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HAWAIIAN CAZF.TTF.. FRIDAY, MAY ' 1. ' 101?, EMI-WEKtY. .Y-w - v -5 ISLAtiD FISHERIES Professbf Bryan Would : Hive Government Fix the Prices - f of Sea Food ' llnverrmeii't coh tfol of the fish sup ply Of Hawaii, and the fixing of price by the government,, 1 urged upon fh i territorial' food commission by Prof. William A, Bryan" of 'the jCotloge . of Hawaii in a communication received from film by the efiinmissldn yesterday. "Under the "rigid govmnmcntal in- : itjif tiofi," say 1'rofcssof Bryan in hia letter, "the snpply nto be very great ly increased and th pr ice t Ihw ron-nomer- very Materially reduivd. 'And enlarged une of fish an a, cheap aubsti tuta for tnnt wouMl havo the remit of reducing the demand for that. fin- Iiurtant commodity locally, and thonld inVe an immediate and . favorable effect oa the price of meat to Ha waiian consumers while, conserving the mipply of all kimla of domestic animal now in the I-dnnda,". '-. : ... ' Professor Bryan review at coniflcW bide length the fish industry, print and p rcient, in Jinwail aad goe into de tail regarding its' , equipment atad rapacity for: expansion, lie auma up witli eouchrioiis nn recommendations an follows - :- , - , , ' . ,. t t Conclusion. '.:'"-,. V., ''Prom on examination of the above figures, collected .for. certain . selected npeciea which indicate the general ten ileney of the innrket aupply for other important . species, when they ire viewed In Jho . light' of other similar data at hand It in concluded: ' . .( . . "That the available suimlv of fresh finh in the waters about Oahu la suffi ciently abnnilant to supply all our lngi timale needs ond'ht approximately the price current in 10(12, ' ' . "That ' the supply of pond; flsh jlr larger thdu in former years. i "That since the army does not tint frenh finh to any considerable extent ns a ration, there has not been a sutU rlent increase in the demand for fre-di fish ito warrants the increased priefc., . 1 V ';' I ' : Recommendations ; ' ' ' I . " Recommendations: In case It -be cotuetr desirable for the Territory oi federal government to secure contro' of the fi.h. supply as an emergein-y ineaMiire the following course of proce dure is augKested. . ' v, ' ' "Tbe nsiablinliing of a fair whole sale and retail price lor fish through out the frhmds. . , , . "That llMh bo sold by the jpounrt and not by count aa at present. ' t : "That tha license fee collected from fi-.ih venders should be waived and tha rent .' ou H :h Stalls reduced to a fair return on actunl investment Involved : "That all fish Immediately; on euter Ing the city must .be. offeroA for MO through the government efllclals at the uniform price established and that'th llOverttment ' through ita fowl rontons sioners be made the only authorised ncent y for hohling surplus stock 'of 'sh on Jre pending sales. . 1 1 .' "That the government control ttll facilities Tor storing" and teoiug fl.ih, 1 "That nil deep sea flsh be classed as iea fiuh and ruiinidereil aa a reserve supply.- ;. ., . "That small hore flsh be given the preference n the market in order U6 iu4iire the Hale of the daily catch.' .. "That poiid mullet le held as a re serve supply : to bar sold only aa the state of the market necessitates. ' "That discretion for the- enforce ment of closed season rnlea, fi.thiug regulations', etc.. be nlneed In tha ham.tu of the Coinmission during the period of the warr'" i Prcgram Arranged For Decora' tion Day Services Oeorge W. De Long Post No. 45, Grand Army of the Republic, will hold appropriate memorial services on Decor-' ation U'.(y; liny 30, in Nuuanu Ceme 1 tery, where quit a number of the men who saw service in the Armies of fhe North during the Civil War .now lie ut rest. The program for. the occasion will be as follows: Music Dirge, Hawaiian Band. Oeneralliogan'a Memorial Day Order. Ritual Juracs C. Cannon, post com mander. Prnyer Acting chaplain. Music Hong for Memorial Day, by Leonard II. Marshall, Glea Club, Kume . humeha HchooS Girls. . : , Recitation The Flower of Liberty, O. W. Holmea, by Nora Htratemeyer. Kamcha-ohs Boya Glee Club, The llanatiaa Hymn, , i 1913 . Post Coiuuiauder President coin 'a Qettysburg Addreaa. . Music, Hawaiian band. j '.' Addreas, Rejv. David a Peters. . itollcall of the Dead D. B. Nawell, adjutant. Decoration of grave, Officer of the Day and Post, . Ritual Halute of the Dead, Post and Kiting Huad. .. ; '. . ..; . Henedietion 8tar Spangled Banner. Grand Marshall, Lieut. Col. William Dushicll;. Aids,. First Lient. H. 0. U. Muhlciiburg, First Lieut. Rulph C. Hoi lidsy. Memorial. Committee, W. L, Eaton, L, tH Ln Pierre. . ' . . . Senior Class, Kamebameha Boya A round hundred thousand cigars, worm enten, were destroyed In the local ofllce of the internal revenue depart ment vetderdny. A nuantltv of .. cale.l hooze was swallowed by the Cap itol aewer, much to the sorrow of aev t'rl ollclals who wutclitnl the drain pipe take it all without 4 irriiusne. Lastly, but not least, a uumber of atiJIs were bamiuered out of All possible ree ognition. ',.. GRAND ARMY MEN : . R A YUOtlD SIUTSL PUlKHAhVS JQ D fiouldn't Refuse Post Jf Cyen Chance Dr. J. II. Raymond of )rfaul, onee the warm pefsona friend of Governor Lneiua . Pinkham, uow hia bitterest enemy It Oat ia the flpen aa possiblb Ity to icceed Hikham. " Raymond is making, and sayt that he Intend to make, no active eampalun i fbr thtf pOitiffn, bat he declared u eqniv6rnly yesterday Uat. he "wouU not rerose it if ft wer offered to bir."i oi tie moment. Wnce that time diplo "A large number of my friends, ' matie relations between the two men said the doctor, hat been urging hie to become a candidate for tha goy ernor- j ship. Heveral of the moat Influential men In the Territory have offered to write personal letter In mv behalf to member of the United fttates senate. I do not think, it II Compatible with the dignity of -the. office for any man to run after it, but I certainly Quid not refuse it if the President should tee It to appoint me. And it t were mfffl Governor, 1 would at'Ieast have a'itrong, positive policy, not negative policy such aa ha character iaed 'tha administration of Governor Pinkham." ' Tha breach" between RntTnend ' ond Pinkhnm, which ooeurred acveral month ; ago on account of what Raymond de clared wa a deliberate iniult tendered - him by the Governor, hss not been healed. Rather, it has broadened and . Raymond Is now as bitter alt enemt of Pinkham aa he was orlne a warm friend. Raymond become Impatient, also, - whenever he , mention Charles R. For be, superintendent of public worksr. whom lie dominatea k " snake in the tfras" nd 'accuses ef being this eanse'i of Vlnklram'a ,ttngrateful', attitude will tunch attention be paid ln Wash toward himself. He declare that !n?1oa to their recommendation.' LARSEN HOLDS UP i . ai V Hustace-reck Employe Maintains His Silence .Though Board ' .Needs Data ".;::."'' . 1 ' ' ' ' i. , v.i.-..' . . Improvement matter occupied stoat of the time of the avperviaora at their regular meeting taat night, Vblch' wa presided over by Daniel Logan, tit the absence of- Mayor Lane. The final step towards the' Kmith Street improvement were taken and other improvement dis trict were fliscoased. ' - f. ':. ' Th elty fitgtneer'a plana and report jt the frontage tax tisnessmetitl in cen nectlOA with . the - Wmith . street. Im provement : District Ne. 6 (Beretania a uaen it is officially known, -werreeived and acted npon, nfid the tty 'fcttorney reported - on tb small piece ofibtad acquired for the street Opening,, thu completing ll prelimio- urn'' - f i ,vj, : vr . City Engineer Collin 'a report en the iBseaffmente, 'vhosred ' the total eost of .he job to be 43,6C3.60, The nniform -ate of assessment per foot of frontage a Htrtjdivisioti B is et at 8.177303. Vdditional assessment were set over And above thi for Zone L' II and III in Subdivision A wnich brought "the tsl sssosmnents for those cone to the fiHlowin"- flnurflsf . ' Zone I. . U.O05: 7one IL $13.29; Zone III, 11.19. ,. On the recommendation of City En gineer Collins, three .week extension tss given to ' Contractor . Wkitehouse in the Hesview Improvement District. vhose time limit expired May 10, a I be city engineer atated that "unfore- teen condition in the aubgrade have eqnircd the removal of large portion if the pavement and the replacinu of telferd foundation." Contrary. to expeetatiok ' the ' road oouhlttee'a repftrt on the Manoa Im provement District, whese pilikia' were urea ai a poDiie ateanng or tne coin 'aittee, was pot presented, Supervisor ruolri, chairman of the committee, dateiT that Supervisor La r sen wa not cady to act on the report which ha ieen la hi hnds for ten day. Laraeu a ua employe or tlustace Peck Co., he dray contractor whom the rejiort said to criticise. . ':.;' ; - '" ' - MotorcyeU Officer. 8am Ferrera, -one of the moat efficient men on the police lurcc, met wun a accident yesterdnv afternoon which will lay him up for ieveral days. . , ,. , Ferrera waa ridinff a motorevele down Keeaumokn 8treot aad w run into by an automobile driven bv Albert Rush. who waa traveling in the diroction of Waikiki along Matlock Avenue. Turn- ug mauka into Keeaumoku Htreet, Kusli cut ike corner and tha accident rt- iiiltel, ' , , ; i Tha runalnir beard af the ar struck Ferrera on the riuht aukle. iiillietinir a itainful wound.. The motorcycle is said to have received considerable damage in the mix-up, , .' . ' . " ' ' S I ' . VIORE ELECTION OFFICIALS ARE GIVEN COMMISSIONS V.' ;'' '-- Three Inspector of election for4ahu and two member of the board of regis tration - 6f Mnui were appointed yes- ternay, as roiiows: : u. 1. Kalnwuln chairman,' in fdaoe of A. Kale) Aona, Guerrero ns reKijrneii, ana: Benito J. member1 of the thirteenth precinct the fifth district, with polling booth At Knaklni Street, near Nauaaii Avenue, this city, and Gultftaq K. Pmpne aa chalrmnn, in place of Samuel Kant", resighed. of the fourteenth df the nfth, with polling place at Vineyard Street, West aide of Nanana Avenue. The Mant board M registration nwmbera appointed were Thoma (Hark as chair maa, ia place of Uevrge Weight, re signed aTud who 1 runniag fur county ottiee thla election In the Valley is land, and John D. Holt, a member, 1 t - V ,it v , I OFFICER Spp . FOrbea' 'li not loyal o the dovernor bot la actually looking with a covetous eye upon the gubernatorial halr. Porhes And Raymond ttad a personal eneoantef In the Capitol bailding eV- ecal months ago, at which Raymond told the superintendent nf tmhli anrki J What tie thought tboat him or aa much of It al he eotttd recollect on the spur have bee) and ly strained. . , . . Raymond 'a entry into the race for the governorship makes the flaht more interesting. Hitherto about the only possibility ftientioired for the position who wa Iboucht to stand niuci Of chance was C. J. Hutchlns unless Forbes' MateMent of the support he cab get In Washington may, be taken at irs full face value. The ctanco that Pinkham will be reappointed are eonsldcfed so small as to be prictlciilly nejtligiblei i , - What strength Doctof Raymond an muster in the national Capitol where Governor of territories are made ya rn alna to be seen. It is unquestionable that-he Ann secure strong backing id jiawan ' - . Raymond himself, says, however, that It fa not 8rst a question of what man r.ha!, become Governor. What ought to be done, he says, and what he hofie and believe mny be done, is for the Democrat of Hawaii to auit flihtlnff among themselves,, get together and agree npon some one man and then get behind that man and give him all their backing. : Only in that way, he believe ': ' . v i . Momiani Henry and l-ugene All In the Political Field of V Big Island ;J MU Special to The AdvertisorJ HILO, May 14 The way things poli tical have simmered down on thla 'is land, there are three faction -in) (he 6eld, -heh led by a Lyman. ' : v t ... Norman Ka Lyman is in the fiebl for chairman of the board Of aupervisdra, heading the ticket that is bitterly light ing the Knnbnne ticket, Vnown a the Dsha ticket,D which Henry J. Ly Wan is a prominent member.. This ptots Jlesry and Nyiitian ln opposite camba. Then -alohg comes Eugene II. Lyman, who ia candidate' for- supervisor 'aa Fefl -a,,llewy u4k., being fter-tti same East Hawaii aeat. Heqry Ad Vance the claim that it ia time Puna got 4i took in and that East.JUwa.li: is entitled to at leaat ou euperviaor who ia not trom itiio. rjugene, who ia a Halo man, point to hia record and aska the ottr . to decide between v him ' olid Heury. .. : '.,.-. ; Apparently there seems to be a mut iny of many of the bid followers 'of Senator Ktephen L. Desha, and quite! a number of those who have been staurtou supporter of bis in the past have now come" out for enndidate other tllun th6se named by the senator. There is Blso being nianifi Htod in a email degree a feeling of dissatisfaction in connec tion with Prince Kabio among thla elm went, ,ta wtate that the Prince k ab solutely nnder the thumb of the sena tor when lie comes to this island. - On the other hand Heuator Desha la long been the leader and advisor of a Urge and strong party in'Hawaii eon ty and ia one of the best debater Ion the irrinnd. - He I personeUy ateqnaiht ed with practically every rotef and la an influence . of ..'his own which ' ia strengthened by hia friendship with Prince Kuhio. ... I There wa a wiaas meeting at the county stables last Haturday noon at which Todd and Kauhane spoke an can didates, and Representative." Bernard H. Kelekolio, the '"Boy Orator", came out etnphatieully against Norman K. i.yman. denouncing the stand af the uuter in many ease, -while in the leer Mature. " - : -' - HAOLES ARRESTED IN '. ' ) -'' ' I J. B Davis and a man'n'amej DoWl ing were arrested last night and held for investigation. With them to the station came a Japanese named Ki muru, who nursed a bttttered faee; and ncverul other Japnpese. : According to witnesses Davie and Kimura had a bout of flsticUfrs outside the Palace of Sweets, in, which the Japa nese waa knocked down.! When the tide of battle started to turn in favor of Kimura, Dowling is alleged to have joined force with Dayla against the Japanese; - 1 At the police, station Dowling strenu ously objected to being searched, and for a minute or so it looked aa if there might be a rough-house - right there. The advice of Captain Baker to Dowl ing that he be a good fellow and not Interfere with the officer making the search, and who, he eipluined, was only doing h.1 duty, bad good Influence, however, and Dowling was taken below without further trouble. - ' CKOUT, ' ;' , This disease is an dangerous nnd so rapid in it development tlmt exeiy mother of young children should' bo pre- pnroa ror u. it ,1s very risky tu wiiit .until fhe attack of croup appears and j then snd for medicine and let the child UulTer until it can 4e nbtuiaed. Clium- berlain'a Cough HemeJy is prompt and elT-ctual and tin never been knowt to fail in sy case. ' Always have a bottle in the home. For.aale by all dealer. Bcnaon Hmlth 4 Co.. aeeut for Hawaii. Adveriueiuent. THREE1YWIANS HEAD RGHT WITH JAPANESE SEVENTEEN INNING IN OilE-TO-ONE I Y. M. I arid J. A. C. Stage Great Content Which Is Called Be-1 ; cause of Darkness I- HILO, May It One of the two game played at Mooheau Park yesterday af ternoon, that between the Young Men 'a Institute team and the JftpaiicsoiAhiarr, ican Club leant, probably wiis the'great est exhibition of baseball eve, seen be tween amateur teams in this Territory, forjt went ncvrntecrr innings. and Wns colled' on account of darkness with the rcore tied, 1 to.l. It wns a fast "game all the way.', - v The first gmne.On thief second ny'a olny of the Hilrt baseball leaginS was betwecb the Hawaii Consolidated Kkil way d the National Guard of Ha waii. It waa a good game and a great crowd eheetell tin their favorites, but the IL C. B team- won, 7 to 2. I But it was in the secehd game of the day that the great crowd of more titan 000 leot)le wont wild as the cam develoed, until it Wa called at all-' ten o'clock On Coconftt of darkness, 'al though both clabs were willing to play to a finish. The crowd, however, Ws getting hungry and was willing thut the rivals should divide the honors, f." Btort ef th Oama t The ftrst two innings showed only av'ose eggs. Jo. the third inning the T. At I team 'scored one run, but wa diilt tout after that for flfteen straight ifiriings. i However,' the excitement be gun in the Inst an If or the second in ning, hen Hife;, f f the J. A. C.'s, m.tde drst. stole aertind aad got to third brf a hit by H. Lnemoto to shortstop, whe made a fake throw to first, at whh-h llisa tried to steal home but was candht at the plate.. ' H.-L'noBioto was caught at first. Abe made n three bugger' over by toe band stariil, bnt wr.s eniightint oome on a bit by T. Enomoto to short-' stop, who Worked the fake throw again. All through the gome the J. A. U.'s played in hard lock and also were blocked by the line fielding of the 'Y M. I.'s. It wa In. the fifth inning taut Abe for the' second : time wus thrown out at home by Hip narrowest of mar gins; After that t" largely was a case of one, two, three -and out, both bat teries plnying superb ball, well backed by the 6ld. - . J. A, O. Score One- . r. Irf tb eighth- inning - the J. A. C. scored their first tird Inst run on an error, but the piny? was exciting while it lasted. With thJ bases filled, Begawa bunted and PitcbeV Baptiste gathered H in. Ho lost die L'Anee for a ntomeht, then started to, UrW to first, but, rea.1 iKing that there wefce no out, turned 'to throw home. He Wa too late, and the first aid Inst rna 1f the J. A 0. was scored. The yells, It this were simply terrific nnd could tie heard away Vp town.-' - . . ; . 7 i ' With the bnses fnll and no outs Hlau went to the bat and it looked like a Wth 'for the Japnneaif. Hisu bunted to Baptiste, who did tret? hesitate this time hut threw to home nnd the catcher then 'hrew t third, making-a double play, but 'on nn attempt to make it a triple piny r wild throw' to' second ' enabled Knomoto to make third, where he Was left by a high foul by H. Enomo. Thu game was a tie. In the first half of the ninth with two down, Kiini for the V. Ms I. got1 to Brut, stole second and third, bnt Wns left by Pedro's high fly to left field. In Iho second half the J. A. C. went ent e, two, three. Then the fun began. Tenth Inning P.aptiilc out on high foul Cleveland 4ngti-l to center bat was caught at second on a short hit by Thomas, and Bnrcger was out ou a line hit 'to pitcher. ' M . Ihti singled to leftj Naknmnra atrdck ont, so did Knnemnsat Hayate walked, advancing Doi to second, but Hisa struck out. Eleventh Inning Ahlna for the Y: M, 1. started the eleventh inning amid great excitement, and when he lifted a skyscraper to far left field it looked good, but it Was Lnithcrcil in neatly and he ified rnnnitig. Klml did exactly the same thing, mak ing two down, and Watson waa atraek oul on straight strike. " 'iv :, H. Knoiuido made first 6n a grass emit ter to sliort, hut had a narrow escape us I'i'dro ut nrsr dropped the ball. Y. t-.noiuoto advanced H. Enomoto to Sec ond on a sccrillce hit, BegawV aent a long one to center for an out. Enomoto made third und on a fumble tried1 to make home, but was eaaght at the plate. Twelfth Inning ?- Brown out ut first; Pedro popped to third; Baptiste reached first on Blng fly to center, but Cleveland fanned. Doi was caught nt first, Yuan fanned, and rvsni'iitana quit nair way to Brat. Thirteenth Inning ; I Thomas singlmi to first; Baragdr's long ny ro rignr .wa captured, but Thomas stole second and went to third on a wild throw to Second.' Ahina Wus trying to sacrilicd, but shortstop caught Tli inline at third and Ahina died at first, making a double play. ' llaynto out on a high fly to left; Hisn Hid the same. H, Klioaioto funned. ' " rourtcenth Inning ( Klml struck out;. Watson died at first, Brown singled und stole second, but Pedro fanned. i Saiiji nnglcd to center. Y. Enomoto ulmi landed at flint, advancing Banjl to ecnnd ifii u Hhort hit to right. Bogawa fanned. Doi died at first and Yasu aUo wus slaughtered at first on a short btnt. nfteenth Inning ' Baptiste made first and stole second. Cleveland Hied to left. Thomas Bin gled to tight, sending Baptiste to third, ijiit nariiger striier; out and Ahlna acnt a long fine toward the band stand which was' gathered in by Y. Enomoto In tone of the prettiest catches of the gfiinK KnniiHima walked ITayato hit' to Baptistewho caiiult Kanemia at flrs in double 1 1'iy. Mini walked, stole feec ond, and got to fhird on wild throw to , lirct by Ahiua, catcher. 8. Enonioto Addresses' Upper House Before ' Warm In Seat and Does It ' ' Attractively and Briefly "" 1 -;. ; -,. '; i -i-j (HaU fecial to The Advertiser) By ERNEST O. WALKER vWASHINOTON, May Hehator Johnson (California's Hiram), whose advent in the tapper legislative branch whetted general expectation for '.'some thing doing," seems to be winning golden opinions at Washington. Cer tainly' Vhe first lmpeions of the new comer are favorable and of the right sort to portend a more or less useful legislator. He has addressed the senate-two t)r three times, before he waa hardly warm in hi seat, but that i no longer a particular offense in the senate. Furthermore in each Instance Renator - Johnson had justification. Furthermore, auain, he said what he had to any attractively and briefly) then resumed his place and hi patient observance day in and day oiit of the proceedings. This is undoubtedlyi a good sign in a new senator, rather than joining the blase contingent ia cloak room refuge. Once Henator Johnson epote ' for Sftcransento River flood control (a local matter to him); once for the raising of a Koonevelt army division to go to franco. (Roosevelt and Johnson, it will be recalled,' made up the progressive ticket in 1012) and once ngninst the clause in the Espionage Kill for thf mnxzling of the press. He feels in tensely about this- censorship matter and purpose to vote against the Es pionage Hill, unless censorship is ad justed to hi liking; There I -'something else dulte in dividualistic about Henntor Johnson' service at Washington during a month and little more of the extra session. He has introduced no bill Since , lie came to the -senate. Neither has he presented' any, petition. or resolution. And he has stack and Blacks of them In bis ofttcea, mailod and telegraphed from bis constituents on ' the Pacific Coast. H plainly doeg not intend 'to be a bill introducing or a resolution presenting senator. He will no be one of thon who lumber np the Congres sional Keeord with hundreds ami then sands of ' formal entries and weigh down shelves of document rooms with great piles of apers that must eveutn ally go to the waste heap, v.. ; Of course Senator Johnson will In troduce bills and ' present petitions when there is' something that aeeins worth while. ?. Very many letter come to hint, as come to other senators, te Introduce private pension bills. Sena tor Johnaoa'a Inmruction aie : taut these must be referred to the I'eusiou Bureau -for invest.iiration bv the perte thr. ' He wHl Introduce no pa sion' bills unless it ia shown hnu iho applicants can not be taken car of adequately by the bureau. Before he came to Washington 8uator John son had had no experience as a legists tor. ' Hia public service .had been in executive.' position. '' BiA with that handicap If handicap It be, he; a a new Kouator.ls apparently following very level headed methods in attending to hia share of tha public business. , WAY.SflN ASKS FflR I i More fodd Tngpcetor and- greater at tention, under the health department of the city, to weight i and .measures, both pbtielea being; ia line with the economy tampaiga, were, recommended to the board of supervisor by Dr. J T. Way son, city physician, last night. It is essential, ' Doctor ; Wayson nrgncd, that the work of the board of heHlth In the restaurant at preitent lie hacked up ay tart her efforts and re ipiested one er more food and meat in spectors at a snlary of $05 a month for that purpose, Tb board of health and the territorial nd federal food com missioner, he stated, are doinir exeel lent work, bnt th uncertainty ' of available men at present, end the im port ii nee of the work make it impera live that the City get in and . do it share, a It la empowered to do. In speaking of tb aeed of a weights and measure inspector, Ooctor Way ton criticized the police department by in ference as there ia sm-h -a functionary on the streriff' payroll, although no one ever bear of him.1 . " "I wish also to call your atteutio," says the-city physician "a letter, "to the need of Inspection ot weichta-jtnd measures eoming directly under the jiiiUdl nion of the' health department of this city and county, ' I do not Wish to ertt lei e past work long thia line but careful inspection on your part Will show you the necessity of ncu a man 'on the Job all the time.' " The prevention of abort weighing and other dishonest device that oould be so Ktopped, be eonolnded, is a necessity of the present campaign for economy in tooiiHturrs. flied to Watson at second. .tuteemta. Inning . Kiml funned. Watson ' walked knd stole pecand, ' Brown flew to left and Watson was caught at third. ' Hanji mad first, but a moment later was caught at second, ' Y. Enomoto sin gled and went to second on a wild throw and a momen later stole third. )gnwa mode flrt. Doi fnuuod, while f ami died at first. Seventeenth Inning : - V "'-."'' Pedro'a high foql waa captured knd Baptiste fanned. Cleveland mude first and went t second on a wild throw to first, but Thoma ended hi career with a high foul behind the plate, KBuemtm inn tied. Hayato fanned. Hisa died oh a long drive to left, which was beautifully captufed.' , Empire Pot. i (den catted the grime, which wtll be rriueiiibered aud talked of in liili for ninny a long day.' Score. Y. M. I., 1 J, A.C., I, PPICALIOEAS 1 : MUCH IN DEMAND .4 1 3 li . Representative Kahn, Advocate of Conscript Army, Has Evidences Of Administrative Approval 1- ' (Matt Bpectal to The AdvertiMf) i ;; By EBNE8T Q. WAXKIK.' it : tVASHItlTON, May rl Practical idea that, make for snrceisfu war Germany are very much In demand, eeedingly popular, Indeed, at Waihing tonr ' Even some Republican eongres-' men are realizing this. Represent', flv Kabn, of Cnlif6rnin, who foand himself in atep with the administration regarding a conscript army, and man Bged this bill on the floor tactfully, and in business fashion, has hod many vf dences of popular approval and hlso a-f administration approval. Certain pwr fisonii, who were saying that a' Kepub Hcan need not try to start anything la eongre.i, are being confounded by th -jase of Knhn and they are also being confounded by a recint legislative in cident in the senate. Thia Incident centers around the W llled J'fln-can amendment' to the K pioncge Bill, which amendment has been adopted in the eennte and is now be ng pushed with all his energy by Hen atmr (Fernald, of Maine. The "tin man' phraseology may not be partlct- larly attractive ifl qn::lltls of hlghJ viaiesmansntp out the "tin-enh" 'niendssent eems to have speeiel merit in. the' Comprehensive efforts to con serve the national food supply; There were eevornl weeks of hard work be hind this amendment in th senate and nnen senators becsme convinced it em bodied a practical Idea they voted H through with a whoop. ' ' ! : Henntor Fernnld knows a beep about 'he cunning imJu' try nd, for year, tine been prominently identified with the national association of rannera " One need not follow the senator in hia eta tUties about the defioiency In tin e nd the failure ef the factories to man nfnctiir the nor me 1 nmint itie of ttfrnl, upoTtrnt n these statisticn may m. Soflice- it to any that the senator waa h.tro)flilv convinced a rreat shortage wa looming abend, so that the large innnfitt trf atiriilus foods Could not' be -oserd bienuse of lack of eontainer. tome f ' thn factories, for example, ere -encKg-d tipon munition Vork and .vonte were shipping tfn cans to the Alliea. -'! '''; . ... : ' ; i, The Maine- Benntnr. fcowev-'. hia' fsjeta. keiit dintrinir ..:.' threaded his way: to the secretary : of eommerco and th anrretary of agri eiiltnre. i-He had the lnfonnl,tn ...I dreee it at them hard. ' He, Went .to new- ors-,wih the: sune . stoyy.- -He--4titrt-dnced a ' bill, prepared a eeslderi.lh. h end ' bided his Hme throairh wear ffnys for Its delivery. He titrf- en fne importanc' of. mn margi rnlnt exports and for atiThofltt to the DauU A.B M-M A , m. . . . w. r--ui-iii --to give; nirecnofl1 1 K nnrts from the United Stateli Ho as to (rre ther Wise, CeormmlcBl Hind profit able distfibutinn fo other countries ' -. mi urns mo story or toe "tin-eat -hiCndment" Is gbing througli " to tta flhnl stage. But it is Only typical fee pnMlctin, with practical idea as wen 1 Democrats, should offer anythifia dod that they "hnve. It is far prefer ble fo grnmMinir In the clnskmch. to slyly introducing a handful wf sand mo me loueroi machinery. ... . , ) m ,i. I, ; Holliager Add s : To :olani Park Zco i 'i"' v -jV :.r- ',,; i. ,-f.i. Ben Hollinger has sixteen addition to the Kapiolnnl Park Zoo. The -' pervlsorial toologiat yesterday yestcr duy purchased eight piri of parrot from an animal man on a passing utenmer nnd added them to' fast grow !nu and interesting collection in the park. The beauty about these parrots, says Ben, is that each pair ia Ot a dif ferent species, making ia all, (en dif ferent species of parrota ;now in the Knpiolum Park Zoo, The birds will aot co ;t the city . a solitary bonn, as Hollinger made hia ufcual arrangement by which he gets the animal first and the dealer get the mosey afterward. Bollinger is confident that hi fellow enthusiast will coma to his asststaBCe. Tlicv always have. - -. . , ( ' Neglecting Your Health?-, When everybody lived- outdoors kid ney diA-ajics . were 'unknown. I.ling, ikin nnd kldncjs' worked togethat to keep the blood rreeii and pur. Now iiluys the thinkers, the writer, tho Ktoru am! (nice employees, thc'hnuM- sites mid other Indoor worker get too little rrcHh air, exercise, rest and eleep. The kidneys Weaken, .Backache, head ueliu, nervousness, rheumatism uui art nary disorder become v: daily trials Neglect r noses ninny a fatal ease of Itrilit's ilisease. Den't delay.. Vae lean's Harkuche Kidney Villa. "WhoD Your Buck is l.Hine Reiiember the Name. Don't simply ask for a kid ni'V remedy nxk dixtinctly for Doaa'a Ha.-kaclie Kidney Pilja ind tak no oilier Do n's Backache Kiduey Pills sre son in i.v an nrucuists and store- keepers nl 50c, a box I i boxes t-u0), or w ill be mailed on receipt of talcs by I . .),.. H.,lli-e, n-,i On ,.r 9 ".. Mml'Mhy.Kamuel Damon. He also was an old a Co., ageut for the Hawaiian: Islandi. man; and Judprn fioa, nrpeatauce. Adveitueiueut, ' , I died of geueral debility V OUFEIEIELLSOF III ll u l fi , l I v, t i ;- li r.i iDl 1 . , t . I paptain of Detectives Testifies Alleged Murderer Admitted ; KHIin'o of kanoa Brothers t;, 9 ',('' .' ' " J '" .' .' , : - "tTti'J , Capt. Arthur McDuflie waa the chief wHncM for Jhe government yesterday darleg the continuation of tha trial of Keawf . Ktawekatle, Charged - with the murder of George aad Kama Ka noa ia Maklki Valley on Jaanary 8, h ast. , He fold the Jurt (hat after Keawi had been In Jail nine day, fallowing hia arrest, he had been aent to tha offiee of Attorney Wiljium J, Bheldon and that the latter informed him, Mc Duflie, that the "hoy" bad admitted everything, At the time Hheldon waa la private . law practise and not con nected with the police department a prom-cntof la the district court. Kedwi ' Keawekani nad until then ' denied all connection with the crime. Later," enid' McDlm,, the defendant eonfeased" to City Attorney Brown. The threw boy had been pfeciag to Bjrther a pictur'e pntcr.le, McDutTle wa Informed, afid- Kama, the younger of ' the two mor.Wed-brofhers, had won the gme,-if a gtrtne it covld be con sidered. There wa a flispnte, Kama enlllirg Keawi a 'erek" aad, picking np a stick, struck the oldest of the trio Hi the riha.-r .- ';(,.' v, - - - "A MeDnflle reajietnbered th defen dant' Confession,; George,: Kama' bvwtber, I attacked hint with aa axe, KeaW-ekane parrying off th blown of he aae with a atfck aad the defendant . finally neeered' the axe. George raa outside of the aback and returned with a hatchet. Ia the face of thla new danger Keawekane, hlcDuffie aya he toufeseed, alew the young brother with the axe he had snatched front George. Telling further of the alleged confes sion ef the defendant, McDuflie said that Keawekaae claimed he told hia mother of the awful Crime he had com mitted that ilrs. Keawekane told him to Tun away-and go Into hiding, but that he refused To t-.ke- her advice aad hung around to throw off any suspicion That wilghtttave been directed hia way. 11i Ihahii frwasm wora at the time !y - taw -defendant- am washed and vlennead f the staine of blood by hi motberi McDuflie also told the jury vmHig Kewwekane had eonf eased. The hflleer fonnd the ghnaent While it waa still wringing wet. ,n . ', - i Daring the trial yesterday there were at reduced' aad marked for identiflcn ioa the -axe, tha hatchet, picture pux and eeverul article of wearing ap parel -which .ave Mht to figure in the ease. Tuw4ril will beumed at nine .'flock this .morning and will probably aat the remainder of the week. . ;V ' . :' 'Coflecttnp; tvldencftr" ays ther ( W Expfalnlno Delay Jn Answer ing CaptaW Clark's tetter -W.l '- I '.-..", ; . ., ; ' , Bherllt1 Boso stated vesteTdsy tht whea the three Bailors from tha V. S. ',' Alert, arrested April 4, for disorder ly conduct, were turned over to the naval authorities), t famished the- btt- -witk a -9tpf -erf jtkia. report turned ht by tha police t)cer who ttad tha arreat. i .'' ''. ''i,' rAUfPnnniirrnMn'i JlWIObUiirtOOIUll ROSEDEft'lESLAST snmiTni iTvniftnni: u iuinui I uiiiiiuL He further stated that ha ttaa twwa" - hiaklng a earafol lOVestliratlon f tha . affair and ha been trying to secure affidavits iron person who witnessed tne incident. Hoe aaid that the reason why he did aot answer the communi cation of Capt, Oeorge Clark, com- ;' mfendaflt of th naval nation, Waa that a aererrea doing bo on til he had col- : lectcd atr possible daU oertaininc to the thatter. - t Captain tlnrlr wrote to Bheriff Boca calling hi attention to the faet that on the 'night of April 4, three tailor f rem the Alert had beea brutally beat en ty two- police ftflloera. ' The sailor who are alleged to have been fhe victim "of ill-treatment afet O. ' Elliot, T. A. Bateman and 8. J. Handy. The report of . I'olice Ofltrer 8. K. Kalllimokn, which la backed up by re- ' porta made by Police Orticer Waiolama' and ' Spedul omcer Hugo Kanae, Is aa fotlowr: ".'.;.'.'' '.' 'The- three aaHora were Walking alotig Hotel Street , from River Htreet o Nuaafin Btreet. They kicked over rubbish can yind pushed Chinmcn from t sidewalk, and also , struck them. . They fought with me when I tried to arrest them, aatl) tha arrival of:Wtoluna Wild Tiauae, with whoso help I took th three sailors to the pol' itatlon."1 ' 1 -Ma-report Ka'nae atatea (ha he " the- Ihren ' tailors fighting with ' Kallliidohh, and that in response to his -whistle for assistance, Waiolama ap peared on the scene, . fiherlft Rose admitted that th polie oftloer used their club on th ailura, but (aid that Ihey, had to do so in order to protect themselves and fcakl th arrests.' ' ; . . : . '. ':",- - ' bodies! of two chinamen -; are. found by police - Anunknown Cinaman waa found dead last night in aa alley leading to ' a Jeneftient back of the Aala Park bafcdsland. H waa aa old man and bad apparently died froms natural eauaesEnrly yesterday morning as- wvaor vsiuuiubb wa round dead a a small Island off Kalihi hsrbur, owued ; :, 1 A'