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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1917.
TWO BOMS FAVORS AQUARIUM AND ; HATCHERY HERE INTERVIEWS AND I ON CONGRESSIONAL SIDELIGHTS VISITORS A number of congressmen were din ner' guests Wednesday at the home of Francis Gay, ra Wallele, Kalihi, and were loud in their praise of the mag nificent' set tinea. "A veritable fairv " - . . . . -I . . . - - -. - -7--- fVnt fin v That Hilt West Virain- land" was one's summary of his Am ..: Tu:nuun..,n;; (hA DIoAa presslons. . , - . I ell I I nawau me i.iow; . . .. . i r. tOr. rlSll LaDOraiOry I feel repaid for m trip down ncre Dy just tne automobile ride I ha J Honolulu is the logical location for around the city and vicinity this af a -National Aquarium,'. said Congress- ternoon," said. Representative James man George M. Bowers of west Vir-1 U. McLaughlin of Detroit 'It s won knnia todav: The reoresentatlve from aerrui, out wnat impresses me West Virginia is one of the leading even more is wnat tne nana o: authorities in congress today on fisn man has done to improve nature's life.: , I gifts. - These fairyland homes and es- "Honolulu .should not only have a tates are wonderful. It exceeds my National Aquarium, but should be the imagination. homeof a labaratory and fish hatch- erv. There axe more highly colored "Gentlemen, I want to tell you that unH nmampntai fish around Hawnu I there were no ' politics in the last than in any other section of the congress," remarked Congressman world. This is one point in favor of wcLaugnun, wnen congress was men Hawaii as the location for a big aqua- tioned. . "Everybody got down to real rium business and sawed wood. There were T, Atlantic with a coastl ne wh c.1 no ponucai lines or aivisions, no does hot begin to come up to that or party votes. the Pacific, has three laboratories. There is not a fish laboratory on the Senator William King of Utah has Pacific Coast with its thousands of (the distinction of being the first rep miles of coastline. Massachusetts, resentative in Congress to introduce North Carolina, and Florida have la- a 'bill for the annexation of Hawaii boratorics Hawaii should have one. During 1897 when Senator King was For years the Pacific has been, with-la representative, he introduced a bill out a laboratory because Oregon, wnicn would onng Hawaii unaer me Washington and California have 'been American flag. fighting for the. location. The labora- At that time Representative Tom tory with an essential degree of pro- Reed and Representative Joseph nrietv could be established right here Bailey were opposed to the bill. It in Hawaii. was their contention that Hawaii 'Thousands-of visitors go to Naples would be more pf a weakness than a every year to study the fishes at the strength. Senator King said today NaHnnai Armarium of Italv. Nades mat Hawaii 'naturally Belonged to is known the world over as the'homelthe United States and our possession 01 fishes. There are enough. sped- gave us a safety and security for the. mens in these waters to give an ex- American republic. "One of our great hibit which would far surpass that statesmen said ; that in 50 years the of Naples. Synonymous With Hawaii 'With a hatchery, laboratory and aquarium here the species could be propagated to such an extent that when one would talk of fishes they would think of Hawaii. I am confident that the rainbow trout of California could be brought to the inland waters of your islands. You have great pos sibilities here, and with hatchery es tablished the fame of Hawaii would extend throughout the world," he -con eluded. Representative. Bowers is one of the foremost authorities on fishes in the world today. He was one of the men who supplied the artist with the col ors for the Hawaiian fishes which were first reproduced in the Bureau of Fisheries report In 1901. Dr. David Pacific; would be Ithe great waterway of the "world-. His words are coming true," said Senator King. ,.. .. v Henry Vountaine' Ashurst, United States senator from Arizona, was born in Winnemucca, Nev.; studied law . in Stockton and in odd moments earned money as a lumberjack, cow boy and newspaper reporter. He boasts ,that in his first year as prac tising attorney in Arizona he aver aged in the neighborhood of 135 a month in fees. But the people liked him and they trusted him, and when Arizona became a State they sent him as their first senator to Wash ington, a V ' . William H. King is another United States senator who has class to him. One of his Salt Lake admirers says that not even the classical Samuel M. Shortridge can best King at a Fourth of July speech. . t Miles Poindexter, who represents Washington in the United States senate, comes . from old Tennessee. He has all sorts of educational de grees, and is a lawyer. If he wants to go Lack to the senate he will have to run again next year. C. Frank Reavis is a congressman from ..jraska, who admits that he is a lawyer. He beat a man named Maguire by 300 votes. Magulre" ran well for Nebraska. m - Thomas Gallagher, who represents Chicago, was born in Concord, N. H., J)ut for some reason did not stay there long. He says of himself that he was first an iron molder, then a hatter, next a Chicago councilman, and now he is on his way to see what he can do to uplift the merry Hawaiians by means of acts in congress. VAIPAHU CHINESE MAJORGALLOGLY KNIFED TO DEATH IS ORDERED AWAY C 13 STABBING VICTIM S OtONS GET IDEA TO BECOME BRIDE OF OAHU'S ROADS (Continued from iiage l cuna, who had been living witn tne man who is -held for the knifing. Playing alongside the injured woman is her year-old oaby, who was brought to her this morning. The woman will not die, says Dr. R. G. Ayer, emer gency physician. The stabbing took place at the Ma- Starr Jordan was another man whoNesti,c hotel. andnot the Occidental bnram intfroKteri in thl, wnrk. hotel, as stated by the Star-Bulletin ReDresentatlve Bowers was aDDoint-1 5 esteruay. ed Fish Commissioner of the United States by President McKInley. He was reappointed by President Roosevelt. He was appointed as a member of congress and is still there. Next to his Interest in the finny On his deathbed yesterday Seriaco Pason. said the stabbing took place at the "hotel on King street," and when asked by the Filipino police interpre ter if he meant "the Occidental," re plied "yes," according to the police tribe, Congressman Bowers Is closely recordsvof the confession devoted to apples. He said today Pasoh, who was mortally wounded that his county in West VirglAia rats-1 and who died a quarter of an hour ed more apples than the entire state I later at tne emergency ; aospual, was of Washington and the neighboring picked up on Fort street, as he 'was county In Virginia raised more ap-1 leading the hotel. The woman and p.es than the entire state of Oregon. Francisco Melcardo were found in a His son has an apple orchard in Berke-1 room in the Majestic hotel by Detec- ley county-which netted $18,000 lastltives Carter and Gunderson. The, police patrol picked up Pason along Fort street, while the police hurried to the-hotel and apprehended the alleged murderer and the wounded woman, who was bleeding profusely and in great pain. Melcardo is- re ported, to have confessed to the stab bing when questioned by the police. The tragedy is a result of an af.'air year. RUSS DISASTER MEANS i SECOND DRAFT, VIEW i OF OKLAHOMA SOLON 'This word from Russia means a second draft," said Congressman Jas. covering many, years. In the Philip v. McMintic. Oklahoma, yesterday. "It nines. Anna and Melcardo met each means millions of men and billions of other, shortly after the death f the dollars. One of the men who was woman's husband, according to her wounded fighting in France came Jrom storv.v Melcardo brought her cd Ho my own district. It struck home and nolulu. and the couple went to Kauai. it will strike closer home to all of us Accompanying them from the Philip as the ghastly struggle goe.s on." pine8 was Clpriano Conahajv who representative Louis B. Goodall of Moved Anna and had asked her to Maine said that should Russia makjruarry him a separate peace it would mean food stuffs for Germany, and this feature alone would cost thousands of lives and billions of dollars. STABBING CASE TO GO Melcardo refused to marry her, h'v- ever, and when the couple returned to Oahu and went to live at Wahiawa, he tried to force her into a life of shame, she says. After two years with the man who had brougat her TO GRAND JURY TODAY rr?m htr honLe: b"Lwh 'v;?UILn,0.1 Iuiitiiy lid, S11C cllllC LJ 11UUU1UIU. i 1. 3 .MliUJ J 3 A. Citv Atfnrnov Arth,r AT rirntvn ipnano iiau bCllieu UUWU 1U uie Idll- this afternoon was to present to the onDg UU5,ness aere territorial erand 1urv th rasp of When Anna arriYed in Honolulu Francisco Melcardo, a Filipino, who several days ago, she met Cinrian is charced with first decree mnrdpr and he asked her to marry mm. She (Continued from page 1) tional Guard of Hawaii and Angus Erly of Washington, who is in charge of the congressional party, will be at the entry to the throne room. Next to them will be Maj. F. J. Green, military aide to the governor; Governor Pinkham, Senator, Miles Poindexter of Washington, Brig.-Gen. John P. Wisser, commanding the Ha waiian department; Representative J. C. McLaughlin, Capt. George "Ri Clark, Col. C. P. Iaukea, secretary of the ter ritory ; Senator Henry. Myers of Mon tana, Senator H. T. Ashurst of Ari zona, Representative Thomas Galla gher of Illinois and Representative J. P. Buchanan of Texas. ;- v . .After the reception a Une of, march wilt be arranged through -the covered passageway that has been erected be tween the capitol and the armory. "The Star-Spangled Banner" will be played by the band as Governor Pink has enters the latter building. He will be escorted to his box on the right of the . big hall and dance may will begin. The armory is beutifully decorated for the big ball, flags of all the al lied nations being hung in' profusion from the high ceiling, while ferns and potted plants have been used in the center of the hall to give a tropic and open air touch. The band will be cn the left hand side of the build ing directly across the hall from the governor's box. Deputy Sheriff ' John Fernandez of Ewa is 8earehing for the murderer of LunVPiu, a Chinese, who was stabbed eight times with a cane knife at Wai- pahu on October 28, and f who died two days later of his wounds. Accord ing to the local police, a Japanese is suspected of the crime. Lum Piu had been an employe . of the Waipahu plantation for about 10 years. On the night of the murder he went to buy meat soup from a Chi nese soup vendor.. The vendor had none and asked Lum Piu to mind his wagon while he went to the marfcet to purchase some meat. While the vendor was gone two Chinese came up to buy soup As Lum Piu was serving the second one a man jumped out from some nearby shrubbery and slashed him eight times with a weapon, believed to have been a cane knife. The assail ant made his escape. Lum Piu died on October 30. The man who' wielded the cane knife is believed to have had a quar rel with the owner of the soup wagon, and mistook Lum Piu for the owner when he did the cutting. ; : WE STORE EVERYTHING JAMES H. LOVE CITY TRANSFER COMPANY PHONE 1231. Maj.: James A- Gallogly, judge advo cate general, Hawaiian department, is ordered to the mainland through , ca bled instructions today from Washinsr- ton. Maj. Gallogly will report to the adjutant general at San Francisco for assignment. : s?y;?''i::s'-U I : Maj. Gallogly has served as judge ad vocate in this department since early In the summer of '1916," when he en tered the office as secretary to Capt. E. K. Massee. v-) v'iU.V' i ' Two other officers received orders i today to report for duty on the main land. These . were Capt. Charles H. Jewell, and Wilfred J Stokes, veteri nary corps, National Army. ' They will report to Safi Francisco. SOLDIER CAUGHT WITH -SAILOR'S WIFE, JAILED Hoo verize y our bread b on by placing- a definite order for : '- ..-'. 1 . Graham Bread (Wrapped as 'soon as . : baked. J. J. Smiddy early this morning and placed in Oahu prison. .He will prob ably be turned over to the military au thorities. . ; . - ' 'J r' -r :-'; I The woman's husband is a sailor, and on one .occasion, when he returned home unexpectedly, he found the sol dier with liis wife and took a shot at him, driving him from the place. The soldier was warned by the marshal to stay - away from the woman's house, 'Again facing death or . possible in jury after he had once been chased from the place by the husband of the j and he promised he would. But this woman to whom he was paying atten- morning the marshal, acting on infor tlon, a soldier was taken from a house i mation he had received, visited the In Beretania street by U. S. Marshal I place and arrested the soldier. w v mm h Saturday evening. - Table3 nay be reserved is advance. Adv. - Circuit Judge Heen's jurors hava been excused until 0 o'clock next Mon day morning. : ' mm in prices of Women's SEoe: uiddiy neuus bct&cu iium vu;. -c3 regular stocks, including both Boots and Pumps. :7. Sport Buck lace boots, Rinex sole, reg. $8; Casino paent 'slip per, reg. $7; Carlton white buck oxford j res. $7; white sport oxford, reg. $0.50; white calf slippers, reg. $7.50; gg gg ' now, jair . .. . . .... . . . . . .. . t , Queen patent button cloth top, dressy shoe, reg. $G ; Pari s bronze laced boot, reg. $6; Belmont white canvas laced boot, reg. $6; Opera patent slippers, reg. $G; now I Good late stvles. Small lots of strap pumps, button oxfords, patent pumps, kid pumps, Russia tan sport oxfords wliite . Hit; JCtVVi PJVVli, 1Cq xviuivui wvv vuuiuu iuvvu nwv, . $6; Opera patent slippers, reg. $G ; $4 8 5 j pair .................: . . . Mr. Smith is coming to Honolulu. Adv. buck oxfords. Regular prices from $4.50 to $0. (j0 QC Tiie assortments are not complete . . .: PJ.OtJ Cat pricesnn effect Saturday to hold for 10 days V-.-: . -,r"--. si'.-,: v' - . Jf- Melcardo is alleged to have stabbed Anna Villacuna, a Filipino woman, and Seriaco Paso in a room in the Majestic hotel yesterday afternoon. agreed, and he told her she could stay at the hotel, and they would be mar ried the fallowing morning. Yester day, Clpriano, told his brother Pason The city attorney may also nresent 1 to go to tne hotel and see it the the cases of three chauffeurs who woman was still there. In the mean were mentioned during the trial of a time Melcardo had come to town, and Hawaiian named Kemp, who was convicted of soliciting. These chauf feurs are alleged to have transported Mrs. Kemp for immoral purposes at the instance of the husband. Other cases to be presented include those of Levey Anderson, charged with first degree larceny for the al leged theft, of a metal bank contain ing H. Harrison and Ashford Coakley, charged with first degree larceny for the alleged theft of plumb ing material from the Honolulu Iron Works; Vincente, a Filipino, charged with an assault with a gin bottle. A robbery case and burglary case may also be presented. Sf?0lNDOORS working indoors, whether in office or factory or store, often weakens even a strong constitution as .shown in nervous symptoms, J languor or repeated colds SCOTTS EMULSION is Helping thousands every day; its rare ou-rooa en riches the blood and aids the throat and , lungs. 1 It is a strength sustaining tonic, free from alcohol or any harmful drugs. ,b7o t learning from a countryman that An na was at the hotel, he hurried to tne hostelry. Anna declared that while she and Pason were in the room, Melcardo burst open the door. When he saw Anna, he demanded that she return with him to Wahiawa, and upon her refusal, attacked her, ?he declares. Pason fled from the room and Mel cardo pursued him. He caught Pason at the foot of the, stairs, and stabbea him through tho back. Melcardo was arrested at the hotej, and the police say he confessed to the stabbing. Clpriano returned to the hotel half an hour after the stabbing and was informed of the affair. LIEUT. FRANK TU0HY FRACTURES FOREARM Lieutenant Frank P. Tuohy, aide to General Wisser, sustained a fracture to his left forearm this morning when his horse slipped on the. Moana driveway and fell with him. Examina tion at the department hospital by-X-ray showed that the radius close to the. wrist had been fractured. The general and his aide had been to call on the congressmen when the acci dent occurred. Lieutenant Tuohy fell clear of his horse, the fracture reJ suiting when his arm struck the pavement : .--v, HENRY VAN GIESON, of the city clerk's office, accompanied by Mrs. Van Gieson and his sister-in-law, has gone to Kauai for the Kapaa home stead drawing., ?I(D)M(S as Social and Business Assets Sight is mankind's most perfectly trained sense. : Through its power nlan has even projected himself through the vast spaces of the firma ment to tell himself the' composition of the stars. It is from the eye he gains the information that determines his rela tionship with everything about him and most of all, his attitude to wards the people he comes in contact with. Business and social success depends upon the appeal you make to the "eyes', about you. They are continually on the alert, sizing you up and searching out your good points and your bad. 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