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(II tin V.I full "VI ' Hl'l III III SULZER SITSIKsihe bitof: HE WILL 1 His Faction Manager, Conducting His Case Before Court of Im. peachment, Claims That He Will Have Nineteen Votes and Will Confuse His Tammany Opponents. (By Federal Wireless Telegraph) ALBANY, October 4. (.Special to The Advertiser) "Governor Sulrer will command nineteen' votes on the final verdict and will thus escape conviction of the impeachment charges." "Governor Suler can command hut six otes and will he convicted." These were claims made today by the two faction managers m the high couit of impeachment, where Suler is on trial. Uotii sides professed confidence as Suiter's lawyers pi spared his defense, but the partisans of the mnnngcis of impeachment ridiculed the claims of the defense. According to the Suler faction, but four iiicmbeis of the state and two nieiiibeis of the court of appeals will vole in favor of Mr. Suber. Representatives of Tammany were reported to be prepating for a counter fight 'against Governor Suler's charges of graft by asking for the indictment of one of the members of the Sttlrer admin istr.ition. The name of the oil! cial in question and the nature of the charge were kept secret. This would have an impmtnnt hearing upon the impeachment trial. Assassins Trail Lord 'Kitchener to Venice to Take His Life (By- Federal Wireless Telegraph.)4 VEN'ICK, October 4 (Specml to Tlic Advertiser) A plot against tlie llfo of Lord Kitchener, British ruler of Iltiyi't, was disclosed licro today by tlio nr rust of vughtcen Musselmcn fanatics, who lud trailed the British soldier. Lord Kitcliener was in Vcnico last week, en route to Kg)pt, and the plotters c identic thought he was still here Colonel Off for South America-Has Parting Shot at Barnes of New York as Boat Leaves. (By 1'edcral Wireless Telegraph) 3JEW YOltK, October 1.-(Special to The Advertiser) Theodora lioosevclt Bailed for tho jungles and lecture halls of South America this morning on the steamer van ujek. llciore his departure he took a nartine shot at William llarues, ,lr., ltcpublican boss, declaring mai a political statement credited to Barnes was one of his "usual lies." A number of personal friends were at the pier to see the tormer President de part and thousands of Hull lloosers sang Progressive battle hjinus ns the Van I))ck pulled nvvaj with her band (laying national airs of America nnd bouth America (By Federal Wireless Telegraph.) HOME, October I (Special to The Advertiser) Turkey and Oreece have agreed to allow the Powers to settle the two countries' treaty dilliculties, according to a dispatch recerved today Jrom Athens The chief tliflerenco is inc. status of the Aegean Islands. (By Federal Wireless Telegraph.) Ubl.liKAl);, October 4 (Special to i lie civeruseri moo.I) fighting lie iween fccrvians ami Albanians is going on around Prisereml, according to dis patches from the hervian front. These elate that loss of life li lmn !.. on both hides nnd that the Albanlnus ueen driven back. (By Federal Wireless Telegraph) ,mNKW, Y0,,K' "ol'r -(Special to The Advertiser) Bernard Dillon, tho jockey, and .Man. l.lovd, tho actress, who arrived here re.entl), traveling as ..li. biiii .ur. iiiiiun, iinn were iletniueil by thu immigration authorities on tho ground that their relations iiuide them undesirable immigrant!., sailed back toward England on tho 0)nipic today. Tjie Wimhlugtoa authorities, overruling loml ollli Inlilom, had notifled Miss Lloyd, who tame hem priifeloimllv, that she might laud under bond In the meantime, however, the uiticw hint decided be prefcried not to stay. The tour was routined to a single dinner III tlii) city ltft night, Jililee and Mrs IlMirj 15, L'wiur suiicii i nnajr mi iuv veuuir inr u (ho riior.tb' (rip, During (Mr mUm lliey will ill Itrnir OatiKkltf, Mrs. duuitft I'lne, WlutiuglM, tftvtk ' Hint, mid Mrs, Q)! ntvl, la I), H, , ULU MM T. WATfcnBclicvca an Oldtimo Vllfftgo Would Be Great Tourist Attraction. A Hawaiian village , located .'tirrfrr' nbly nt the public Whs Vncli at, or in some convenient grove! of n coconiiiitF, is the dream of John T. War re n tit the Honolulu Photo .Supply, until recently n member of tho promotion committee. Ho suggests that the scheme be, taken up seriously by persons who would bo nblo to Work It out, involving tho locating of n famil) of pure blood on the luml with rent freq nhd perquisites to tome from visits of tourists. The family would bo required to" build bouses thatched 'with pill grass, or grass ,silniIiir:toaUijIeii!U.iit!t (ara nun Keep an outrigger canoo nt tin-beach equipped with nets and spears ami torches, to show tourists how the llawnlians make fish hauls. Mr. Warren sajs that almost every tourist who visits his place of business inquires if there is nny plate near, or in town, whe'ro old time native life can be seen to udvnutnge. "Almost ever) tourist who starts for Hawaii bellcvis that there lire still a part of the Hawaiian population living in grass houses and living quite close to nature," sajs Mr. Warren. "They are generally disappointed when told that the grass house is, now a museum feature and few such houses are used today for attual residence purposes, except in remote parts of the Island. Had Surfing "Como Back." "I base my belief on the success of this experiment from the mnnner in vvhitli the revival of surf-riding has taken sutli n hold upon tho people. That was an art which was dying out. There weie very few surf boards at the beach, and few canoes. Tho establishment of tho Outrigger Club revived the ancient nnd cnnoelngj sport. Totlaj there are hundreds of surf boards along the beach nnd scores of persons competent to ride tho waves ns the ancient Hawaiian did. It is an art by no means lonlltied to Hnwaiiaus, for their hnole cousins lire adept, and tourists are crazy about It, nnd n lurge number nf them lenm how to uso tho boards before they conclude their vis its to the Islands. The grass houses which were built nt tho Outrigger Club have always been popular with tourists and 1 see no reason why the Hawaiian village idea cannot be carried out. "A famllv ot HawHiians, who enn bo depended updn, a fatnily which is sober and upright, can make! the." thing u success. They should. plant native trees nnd plants and weave1 lniibnlii mats and hata.. The tnon should slibw how the Hawallnns fish nnd they should dies in the Innlo. The Havvaiiansi should not be ashamed to wear tho mnlo. Their lulole Cousins wear almost a mnlo, nnd probably would wear that in bathing if they were as adept in adjusting it as Hawaiians." ' ' t (By Federal Wireless Telegraph.) WASHINGTON', OctoberM.(8peclal to Tho Advertiser) Itoprescntntivo Oscar W Underwood this morning announced his candidacy for the Hutted States senatorship from Alabama, to succeed the lato bonutor Joseph John ston, As Democratic, leader vif tho houso l. ..111 .,-..!.. .1.1. J 1. .......V.1...1 1... 1. hit win uu suui:i:utii;ii i,j nu presentativo Kltehem of North Caro linn. Tough Gang of v 0 - & Attempt to Take (Mail Special to Tho Advertiser) H1L0, October 3. Attorney Furtndo, of Hoiiol.au, who came to Ililo last week in his uipacity of special prosecutor in the employ of the Parker Uaiiih to haudlu the Honokaa cattle stealing insoj and all mutters growing out thereof, sa)s that this mutter has reached such proportions ami will bring forth so mniiy ilitlereut charges, that the cases arising from this alone will almost require u jjruud jury session of their own. Furtado has been commissioned as a spituil deputy couut) attorney. Ho expects to bring to the attention of tho gruinl jurv not less than a score of cases. He sa)s that tho vit nesscs and defendants who will have to tome to Hilo from Houokita in connection with tho mutter will number at least one hundred persons. While some of tho defendants have ilreud) been arrested ou charges of larceuv, Furtado states that there are a number of other persons Involved in various wii)s, against whom he expects indictments will bo secured. Ho has instrui tlons to prosecute not only in iAsis iuv Hiring 1'arKcr ltaucli mid Hon oliua plantation cattle, but his clients have olfered to pay tho expense ot prosecuting in cases where the cattle of private individuals nro concerned. There tire lllaly to be several suili inter. John (I, Jones of Kukulhaelo lost one steer out nf his pasture, and Furtudo's futher lust two head in the hi mo n) ti'rlciijy manner. 1'prtudo suvn that flits cattle "Wealing buslne.s bun been going tin in more nr lets In the same manner ever simo 1 SS7. Beat Wltnots With Olubi. In the iiieuii time there will Im ilmrgiM other than lun;ny pii'teulitil In thu iiiiuUitluii In enniieilloii with this Mine mutter 'Jbeict will thus be a liHrg nf ultuuipt to roiiimlt luurder brought ngiiliikt two meiiiirrs of the IIHUK I'liiWii two liien sunpeitiM that h third iiMunber n the out tit liui Imun pit lug iuftfrtiiutlun about lilt tuiuradi'i U lk piMMWMtfiiK nllWeis, Awiirdlngly tb) ni hlw iniHk In the llOlWkim MUM MM VWtluil, !W HMHIInlHHd Urn him hjt hj jyTjiMiJ u Jo m tMrnn v 7iw rfi? fliu ! TRY TO MURDER t m - - 'Pmwjtjm HAWAIIAN GA5TTTF TiVf'W cm T"MI 7 lrMt M.MI WEEKLY (By Federal Wireless Telegrnj h ) HODLDEH, Colorado, Oitt.ber I to The Advertiser; Possib were scouring this vicinity today for the, .persons, v hu .threw;, six ilynamlte ombs and lireif'n' volley last night Into tainul'ai strikebrealtrrs on tho Mit chell MIho Couipan) ' property near The bombs, tossed over the stockndo surrounding the camp, wrecked the company's boarding house, In which twenty flvo men were sleeping, but by a miracle nono were hurt. The shots were fired ineffectively, almost nt the inument of the explosion. Trouble Room" Killing Gets Sentence of "From Ten hiuif L "td Twenty' Years."' From Sunday Advertiser. To servo a term of not less than tei, nor more than twenty jears of Im prisonment nt hard labor was the sen lenco passed by Judge W. J. Kobmson yesterday tnurnlng nt nine o'clock upon Franklin I.ce Whnlc.v, who was con victed by a jury, the night before, of manslaughter in the first degne. was tried under a charge of murder in the first degree for the enth of his wife, Maria Nulwi Whaley, whom the jury decided hu shot some month ngo in the "trounle room" of tho .Mutual Telephone Company. Tho convicted man was, shurtly aftct the sentence of imprisonment was -pass ed upon him, taken to O'lliu .lull where he had already begun to serve hrs term of imprisonment. It is reported that while on his way to the jail jesterday in the police patrol wagon Whaley stated that bo was satisfied with the verdict. It is not believed that tho mo tlon for a, new trial, inado following ho VCrdict of will bo pressed by big attorneys, A. 1). Earnnch and Alexander Lindsay, Jr. Both aro said to bp satisfied that they got their client ojr so lightl) nnd it may be the) caro not to placo his life in jcopnr'ly aain through a new trial. City Attornoy Cnthcart jesterday, just beforo passing of sentence, asked tho court to mako clear that the sen tence utuut to bo pronounced was one really of tvvctity jcar's impiisonniont. This tho court refused to do, Judge Itobinson stating that hu was constrain ed under tho law to sentence Whaley to a (crm of imprisonment of not less than ten nor jnoro than twenty years. Under tho indeterminate sentence law the Oovcriior may parole vir pirdon tho convict upon, recommendation of the board of prieon inspectors, after tho fulfillment of tho minimum sentence. In the case of' Whaloy, after ton jenrs in jail, ho muy bo paroled or pardoned. Tho Governor may oven gu further. He may commute flic prisoner's term or pardon him entirely. These are entirely within tho Cloveruor's province; of clement), '. SUNSHINE AND COMMON SENSE Don't doctor Jour blood for rheu mntism. Usvi an external application of Chamberlain 's Pain Bnliii, In a fow da)s it will get you up and out into tho sunshine, then nature will reslorevtho rich red blood to your veins and soon rid tho svstem ot this trou blcsomo disease For sale by Benson Smith & Co, Ltd., Agents for Hawaii. Cattle Thieves S J Life of Witness abled to nrraugo to ambush their vie tlin, which they did, and it is claimed tiat only the interference of u third party, Hvho happened to nrrive just in time, prevented a murder, as tho assailants tackled their rueniv, ono from behind und tho other from In front, sin neavy cuius. Tried to Brlbo Prosecutor. " It is also possible that n chargo of crmery may uo brought against ccr tain members of tho cnnir. It is nb Itgcd that they tried to get Furtado to cirop sonioot the charges by otteriug uiiii n roitsitieraoiu sum or money, lur tadohad at the time nlrend) been com missioned as a special deputy county at' torney, and ho was thus n government oillcer. The irosecution claims to have worked up u ver) complete case, hav ing gituorcil sullicient evidence to show just vvhat was tho modus oper audi of tho gang, it is claimed that tho s)tem worked was very clever, eaih mill being carefully plnnned beforehand. Tho raiders would leavo their homes on horseback at night, vvouni rope tneir steer nnd would take it to n certain butcher shop, where it would be Killed. Ou one occasion a w hlcli was roped ilear the-house in wfilCh ihe ranch gate keeper lives, made such a noise that the raiders became frightened and let the animal, u fine Imported steer, run with the lasso still hanging nroiuid his neck, Tho nnimal was found a few dn)s later by the ninth cowboys, who took oil tho ruin-, which Is now in nirtailo's nosses klon, It foriits nuo of many vulunblo pieces nt eviiieiue. llliles of stolen animals form another Important link. There wjll aluti be charges of rotelv lug stolen goods brought beforo the grand jury An n matter of fact, tnuiii nf tin) ivliinle who lo.t cuttle, aro par ticularly proved ns they suspivt tliat, uii.'ir unung iimi tneir mil inula, tney paid for mi'iit from their own stock. It wus u ImiikI nf the pnug that, like IUUh n,,l, it slide mdv from the iih, suili u Ihe Puiimr lluiish ttiii) the MoiuiVuu kjugxr i uiiimii', Iwt (but the mr iimii's pfUit , ( f,m f mid. I'MMudtj irti't(, InittiUflr. lo Wo Kbie In lww thu I Hit uuhl (flil iiat DISABLED SHIP TDWED INTO IJII Schooner Robert Searles, Blown Far from Course, Picked Up Captain . Suntlberg Washed Overboard and Drowned Was Bound from Portland to When Struck by Gale. t t From ."jjumlny Advertiser. wttli tl,v , i,,i(.,i - -, -, v.. ........ l ,;-- if Irovviicd and the crew demoralbed be muse of, long da) and night vigils, the American schooner Hubert friaries, bound from Columbia lliver for Valparaiso, was towed into the port of Jlotii, lute ,vesterdav afternoon by the tug Leslie IbiMuin. A wireless imssnge ret el veil hero by Aleiunder L Ilnldwln from their Mnui rciiresentntives. nrnt..,! n...t . i.,. Searles was jiieked up bv' the tug iiun miiis on siioru nml brought into thu hnrbor The fnct Hint tho vessel vvns tlisabled was easily determined uni ivnnuiui, ior it eoulll bn seen that her mnsts were brtiken nn.l ilm rl ;.. was down The tug speeded out, put n lino nhoird nnd brought the vessel nuo jiori. Tilt tree, nn rnnrltuw. r.,..nrn stated thnt Captain Suiidberg had been overiionrn ami lost iluring a terrific utile nt sen. W. .,i,.i,,ri,,,,w,. had been afforded to look for the cap- nuns uoii) as ine vessel wns'thnn disabled mill OIllv bv till. I Insist iiH.ii.ll,,,, tq handling the vessel, was it kept on i in iinirsf io nnvo tlevinteil from it would have spelt disaster to tho essej. Far Off Her Course. The Robert henries is roi.nrln.l i. iin Maritime Iteeister nf Reiiti.inlinr 17 ,.c having been at Portland on September B, preparing to sail for Vnli.irniso. I'ho vessel is well known heie having brought mnny cargoes of lumber for In Trouble Beforo. The Searles has urev mimic I.. bail storms When the vessel reuched Seattle t rum Clilim nn n. i.i.. f o nun just ten vcars ngo, tho stor) wn's told ..i iivi 111 mill! U111I1C! Willi II t)pll0011 one day out lrom Hiilphong, on tho vo)iige ko that port troni Seattle. The iiien nisi ine secoinl luato and n seaman. Many of tho seams bad opened and out of them, after dr) docking, poured water that hail Icukcll into flirt ..., linl.l tit. !...- .1... 1 i II . uum uuiiiK im.- lung inji. several inehes thlntf Vlmm t tv.n bottom on its arrival at Seattle. Tho rigging uinl other portions of the vessel showed evidences nf line tnmli!.. .... pcrlence' she hud been through. The schooner lost Second Mato Andrew Johnson and Seaman Antonio Hergosso, who went to watery graves during the 4V - WIRELESS BROUGHT HELP IN WRECK SL'ATTLF, October 1. (Associated Press talilo to Star Hulletlii) Wireless messages today told of tho happy ending of hf threatened to bo another trnged) of the Northwest coast. The steamer Spdknne, ou her way from Alaska to Seattlo, and carrying 110 uns sengers, went ushoro on tho Vnncouver isianii coast while iollowmg the "in side iinssnco" south. Wireless messages sent out from tho grounded steamer brought tho steamer Latouthn and all tho passengers were sufely transferred. Later, the tide ris ing, bpoKnno was floated and tnwunt Seattle under her own steam. .-.... A )piing and nin Filipino, named Dclaicnu, reports tho Weekly Times of Wniluku, while dressing for a marriage feast ut Camp IX, vvns dissatisfied with ins poor iiispiuy of jewelry, nnd thinking h pretty watch would add greatly to Ills appearance, ho borrowed a gold- filled watch from n friend. Promllv ho entered tho bridal homo and his elegant watch beforo envious friends, taking inru to look nijithe time eviry fivo minutes or so, ns'if ho nan an important engagement later on. When the wutch lind served its lur poso, ho sold it to n friend for $12 and then went to the owner of it and told him the watch had been stolen. He had the man to whom he sold tho vvntih nrritoil for lart eny. When tho parties involve.! vvero brought into court the truth tiimo out, mid our brazen Filipino was arrested on a tharge of gross lieni p.,,1 seutuureil to nine months nt hnrd labor. Drew' Knife on Woman. Tiborasco, n Filipino was hated into court this weak (hnrged. with an at- "'"nt to nssault .Mrs. Hattle. Poe of Waikapu with a knife. Tiborosto has been in the employ of Mrs. Poo and her husband for time, months, building u usti trap .t .Munluen nay. it was the understanding that he was to have on interest In tho trap nnd share In the proceeiis, lint lifter the work hail lieen completed and the trap proved n sue n's, he wfts told his services vvero no longer required, and when he iimMed upon nt least being paid for tho work done, he wn driven nwiiy. lie riwnti'd sink treatment and attempted to take his pin nut of the woman's hide villi his knife. After hearing the fin Is nf the ruse, the .mitt d lh urged the limn with u warning not to muli'st the) woman UK" I" BMITII TO MJ1I1T MOMUH. Xm V0D1J, QUAr til r AdMPyi ,H8' .m'1 oiiummi Jhannita tttfwtl w m m Mtk. COMRADES WANTED TO OF From Sunday Advertlwr, After having barely encoped lynching nt the hands of his comrades of ( om nan) II, Twenty fifth Infantry, Leile iiiia. Iluford Kennedy, a private of that liniment, was brouuht to Honolulu, mnnaileil, li) Detective Iike yesterday. '"TlnAmifn vvn4 Vt bne'e churgeil with rap-, being accused of an assault on a Hawaiian woman, eighty years of age, and said to be of high rank among tho Hawaiians. The alleged assault ook place In Walmea dutch, whik the tcgiment was on its recent hike around the Ishnd. "The members of his own company would hate lynched him if they had got hold of him when the report came In," said Lake on his return to tha city with his prisoner jesterdav. - Npt Season "All Major League Teams Will Be in Inter-League Contest, Is the Talk. (Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.) NLW VOHK, October 4. (Special to Tho Advertiser) Baseball gossip hen toduj has it that the world series, which starts next week, is to be the last. In many quarters agitation for the dropping jf the world's series each fall and tho substitution of if n interlcague post series, in which all the sixteen major league cluus could share, has been going ou for some time. August Herrmann, chairman of the Rational Commission nml owner of the Cincinnati Club has long advocated that the regular league season should be reduced to 112 games In each league, to bo followed by an interleague of sixty-four games, by which each Natlonnl league team would play fom games at home and four abroad with each American league team. NO ODDS CAN BE HAD EITHER WAY (By Federal Wireless Telegraph.) NLW YOltK, October -1. (Special to The Advertiser) So far no big bets have been registered hi tho big games Tho gamblers are jockeying. They want odds vino way or tho other, but no of lers of better than oven money have so fur been mado. Tho gambling cloment is trying to drive tho odds to ten to eight not cat ing which teams is on the, big end, but their efforts sp far huo bcyu fruitless, as in tho case each year. Tho baseball "doposfers" are burn; ing the midnight oil and using up huge quantities of lead pencils in an effort to find by tho law of average vvhich team wught to win. -The Philadelphia "dopesters" figurq tho Athletics wrll (urn '(ho trick ai4 the Giants ''dopesters'' nrb suro tho Giants will win, Tho Impartial rdopestcrs" nro just about equally balanced, .. SEVEN DAYS UNDER GROUND FEELS WELL (H) Federal Wireless Telegraph). CHNTltAIilA, I'eiiiis)lvnnin, October 4 (Special to Tho Advertiser) Thomas Toshesky, tho miner who was entombed last Friday, eighty feet underground in the Continental mine, was liberated nt half past sevon o'clock this morning. Ho hud been entombed for ono hundred and hours and twenty-five minutes, but was In good physical condition when he was released by tho efforts of forty men, who had worked in relays night and day to savo him. He had lost no weight and declared "I novcr felt bettor in my llfo." (By Federal WlrcK'ss Telegraph.) NI)W Y01IK, October 4. (Special to Tho Advortiscr) Herman Oelrichs, the )oung New York millionaire, who was nrrcsivd on the chargo of stabbing Miss Lucille Singleton, a pretty young music student, wus, today 'discharged nftcr Miss Singleton's confession, retracting her charges had been read into the court records. The girl's sworn statement declared that she bad been cut by broken glass from n windshield, after tho automobile jn vvtilch sho and Oelrichs had been riding crashed into a tree. Sho also stitcd t In: t both sliv and Oelrichs had been drinking, and that sho had erred in stating that Oelrichs had stabbed her, -. (By Federal Wirclvss. Telegraph.) Eugland, Octojicr 4. (Special to The Advertiser) Militant suffragettos today burned the home of Doctor Tristram, former chancellor of the 'dlocwo of Loudon, doiug ilnmagv estimated at 1,000, i i Two women vvero arrested. At the inllce, station thu prisoners gavo tho names of Mary Itichardson and Kachael Pale. Tlii two women have long been active among the Loudon militants. Statistics place the damage to prop erty by sullragettes nt $2,700,000. ' London will be one of the best, lighted cities In the world when the of n now s)tem of centrally suspended lamps tulug high pressure gas with Inverted burners has. licit completed Although tho amount or Illumination will be Intro land by 0000 caudle powir, It it t'.tliiialed that u mv lug of about fJi.cmo u )fur will bo made nvrr the old sVslem PILta CURCO IN 0 TO 14 DAYS, I'AZO OINTHUNT U Guaranteed in euro any rate of Itclilns. Ullml, Ulewlliit! or I'rotnitlina I'ilci in 6 to Mdayn or money Made by VAm Municmn couiiu ua.iI ViiofA. ' , "5 .L ,, m nit mm Hawaii County Legally Entitled To Collect Over a Hundred Thousand Dollars from Bondsmen of Crooked Officials and From Others Who Got Part of tho Graft. (Mall Special to The Advertiser.) HILO, October 3. After a very careful computation, the graft commission has managed to arrive at a pretty deflnito flguro in re- gard to just what the county may expect to recover on warrants which have been issued Illegally by officers of the county. It has been figured that out of the general fund alone about thousand dollars' worth of such warrants were issued 11- legally, and on these the county - claims to be able to fix absolute responsibility in other words, It holds that the money can be re- covered to the last cent, although, of course, it Is to be recovered from several parties. It, has been figured, further, that the Interest on this amount, If settlement were made now, would amount to about $23,000, If the county should see fit to de- mand Its pound of flesh. That Is, the county is able to get back, according to tho views taken by tho graft commiss'on, tho sum of if $98,000, If it Insists on getting every last cent it can recover le- gaily. Jt must bo remembered that these figures are for the general fund alone, and do not touch road and other specific funds. Nor do they take into account cations such as those alleged in -. the cases of Enoch Brown, Purdy and Kealoha. POLICE GRAFT FROM NEEDY AND IGNORANT HILO, October 3. Kxport flooding Field returned last Thursday from tho other 'side of tlie island, where he investigated police, court nnd jail rec ords, thereby uncovering much efovi ousness. There are many instances of graft in which he has already got to gether all tho dati tic wants, while in other matters he must dig up sonic threads of the tangled skein which connect up in Hilo nei. Field tells of a woman who was ar rested on a charge of having loved not wisely but too well. She and her affinity were arrested, the woman by a jailer on n warrant sworn to lij her husband. Tho Jailer notified tho deputy sheriff, and vvi told to fi bail for tho woman at $15, which she dug up, and was set free. The jailer turned the $15 over to tho deputy sheriff, and this whs tho last seen of the fifteen, for tho eitso was novcr called, nor was any record to bo fpund of its having been turned in an) where. A .lupuneso was arrested on a chargo of drunkenness by this same julcr, and the deputy sheriff was notified. Hail was fixed nt $0, with instructions to release the bacchant as soon ns he was sober and tho money was forthcoming. This happy conditiou of affairs t aiue about the following day, when two. furnished tho $G, which was haitded over to tho deputy sheriff, it was never heard of again. Field had tho jailer and tho deputy sheriff in question confront each other, but only hnrd words resulted. Lach Insisted that tho other was a liar. There seems to bo a possibility that either or both were right. A Continuing Graft. Another couple was arrested for having lived without benefit of clergy. Through the mediation of the dojiuty sheriff sentence was suspended. The deputy sheriff then offered the man, o hard-working plantation laborer, that in consideration of $50 ho would secure a divorce from his vvifo, where upon he could marry his later lovo. Tho poor fellow went to tho plantation oflico, where ho explained his preparatory to securing nn ad vanco ot $50, mado returnable to tho plantation in $5 monthly instalments. After a while the couple was arrested again, was haled into court, and, through the mediation of tho deputy sheriff, sentence was again suspended. Tho funny thing about tho eitso was that tho couple, Ignorant people, claim thnt they were told by the deputv sheriff that their second apiicnrunco In court was a part of tho ceremony in eidentnl to the securing of the divorco for which pa) men t had been ni'iile, mid, believing that this was really the case they returned to their homo, where they are, so Field sii)s, still living together as happily as If ever) thing was quite according to Hoyle. Worked Out Fines. Field also located cases where prls ouers had been fined in tho district court, but had been allowed to work out their fines by working for tlie ills trlct supervisor, In this way one flue of $01 was worked out, tho county never seeiug a cent of the money nor getting n bit of benefit of tlV uork done In lieu thereof. There wcrci pe erul similar Instance found Involving smaller uniounti, dues were alo found whero money had been reu'lved fur labor furnished by prisoners, which minis hud not beeu turned over to the count). Old Is now fiiguged jn an audit nf the IHIo circuit court iiccouiiU, whereupon Im will take vi tbp aiullt of the accounts nf the llllei, l'uim and dlrlcl rouiU, Hit vl uj.o til"., diit'l nu I'tmiilnulloii of (he Vniffrmlaf! rrw'), iitjuluu il)0!t) of tlio. JlD JOURNEY I! ONLY HALF I H Dotcrminod Now to Press for tl Passage of tho Glass-Owen Cu rency Bfll, Which He Hopes tl Tariff Victory Now Makes Ce tain Will Allow Minor Amend ments. (By Federal Wireless Tedegraph ) UTI0A, New York, Octobe 4. (Special to The Advertiser) The Globe-Woolen Company of Utica, employing nine hun dred persons, closed down to day on account of the new ta riff. The owners state the suspension is indefinite and may be permanent. (II) Federal Wireless Telegraph.) WASHINGTON, October 4. - (Special to The Advertiser) Th was tho fust day of the actui working of the new Underwoo Tariff, which went into effect it midnight nnd which is expeete by Democratic le.ideis in congros to give the government nniiui surplus of $18,000,000. Klutod with his tariff victonl 1'iesident Wilson is confident thin the lcmiiants of Democratic oppi nttiou to the Glass-Owen Gurrenc. Hill will soon disappear and tlui! its enily passage tlnough the hcifl ate is assured. His speech in signing the Tnrif Bill in which lie told his Demo emtio colleagues that the "jour 1 ney is only half finished, show that the 1'iesident is determine! that the Currency Bill shall b iiassed at this special session. Piesident Wilson is willing tt lime the bill amended in mino places to meet the demands o win ring elements in the party, bu is determined to hold fast to iti main piovisions. He plainly was in the Inches spiiits over the successful issue ol the tnulf fight. He started for th golf links before eight o'clock am throughout the morning the Whit House uoi e a ileserteu npjiear mice, as even the assistant seere lanes vvero absent. NO OUT SOON IN COST OF LIVINI XKW YORK, October A, ated Press Cablo to Star-Bulletin) Chairman Oscar W. Underwood of the house committee on ways and means thinks that sowral months will elapse br.fore price cutting ou account of tliei now tariff will Lecome apparent STEEL MEN MAY OUT. NLW YOltK, October 4. ated Press Cablo to Star-Bulletin) The steel manufacturers of the country aro reported to be considering u re duction of $3 per ton in the price of steel on account of the new tariff law, fearing that foroign competition will now uo muen Keener. GERMAN PROTESTS. BLIILIN, October 4. (Associated Press fnblo to Star-Bulletin) News paper demands nro made today that tho Herman government protest against the attempt to deprive imports into tho United States of five pvr cent reduction under the current duty rates. -, . RITCHIE IS WILLING TO BOX FREDDD3 WELSH (By Federal Wireless Telegraph.) NFAV YOltK, October -(.(Special to The Advertiser) Willie Ritchie, who sipilrmed out. of his bout with Freddln Welsh, the British champion, for September 20 in Vancouver, B. ('., leelnred that he was willing to meet him nny time and place. JOE JEANETTE WINS FROM SAM LANGFORD (By Federal Wireless Telegraph.) MIW YOltK, October !, (Special to Tho Advertiser) .toe .leanette to lav Is thu mniiter of Ham l.angforJ, nt leail over the ten round route, lj Proved this derUtvel) Inst night, when lie lie.te.l the Boston "Tar Baby" In their bat tie ut the Harden Athletic flub, .leuiictle won seven of the ten rounds. niVKKH OBT8 A MAT0H. (!! rwlBrnl WlrrlNi TnlrKrupli ) OIIJfAOO. QtteWr 4, (HperUI q 'I ho .ilvrllier)Woii Ilium odnv Jhukl Jjwsejl 6 llm UlilFit of On iflligj B.