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I 12 PAGES. PAGES 1 TO 8. iTABLiBHa.L' JITL.T 1. iH VOL XXXV. no. 616 SUICIDE AND TERROR H' ).V LL'U'. HAWAII TF.RR1TORV. WKDNKSDAV, MAY M, icjoa. HAWAII'S PRIZE DRiLLiNG COMPANY PRICE FIVE CEKTa IN IWILEI DISTRICT HAD A HAIR CUT ON EVE OF CONTEST Drunken Soldiers Indulge in Fight and Then Wreck a Saloon. Free A MHON of error prevailed in tbe police that a nun with whom she the IwlM district last nlitbt. had been IK inn had driven her lo des- doe to lb- presence of. a Ur number of soldier from the traaaport Ruford. who descended upon i a suburb and trurk fear and dls- f tab the hearts of the Oriental 4 hoot 4 M p m the patrol wagon T-a to ply between the 'police sta tion and the notorious dlatrtrt and b- -foee II o'cloeh the accommodations at tbe Jail war atralnad to the atmoat. The earlier arreta war mostly for ' ruabenneaa. but about 7 s p m word waa toll pho aid to Deputy Mb-riff Cbll- that a Japanese woman 4 I to I In been foand dead In a hark, with a bullet wound peratk.n by bin abominable and inhu nun treatment of h-r The police are Investigating the mailer thoroughly, the aaaa being placed in the hand of ch.t-r tyl-. i.ti h . unt of hi fa miliarity with the language and habit of the J I pane- people A cor.n-r's Jury waa empanelled last rttahi and aft-r vi-wln th- remain where ihey b.. adjourn, d until nn today, a hen wn miu- will be held. Hardly an hour after Ito's deatb a bis row a a in progr- in the I wild a loon. iIiihmi next dour lo the house In whbh the sub-id- took place. A number of . .Idler entered the saloon and after a while mm-n-td fighting among ih-ms-lv- Soon claaaea and rtfT at which Is situated on of the read hradlag to and opposite the r Pauls Irs he foand the body of a t! the mill. wo her right breast waa a bullet .und and - lose by her side lay a revolver, la I be chamber of which was an empty srt ridge. Near the body waa found an empty b..it la which, from the odor which pro- . .-.iei rr m: if BM gsaNggftgg gawwOT ac Ml also partly saturated with acid and the wesson's hands and llpa ware scarred with great bums, showing conclusively that la taking baa life she bad need -two powerful s gents. Kron th- position of the body the woman had probably committed the ad while In a sitting posture and had fired the shot prior to tsklng the pol eon. for the bullet wound could hardly caused death so quickly Th- re volver, which was 32-caliber, was a new weapon. lie was well known to the frequent ers of I wile!. She was decidedly come ly aad considerably taller than the av erage of her countrywomen. Since May ne ana aeen ailing ana tor a urn-: lived la Honolulu. Recently, however. he has occupied the room where last night she waa found dead. She was al most the sole occupant of the upp-r story of the house, the rooms on either able ef hers being vacant. The Japanese In the neighborhood appeared to be surprised that I hi had killed herself and prof esse J to be un able to give s reason for her action ne of her friend, however. Informed I bottles were flying in all directions and in .in iro hi ine naioon were wrecK-u een lb- door being smashed. Ther were ..-r thirty soldier fighting on.- tine wind th- ul.h-t confusion black e- and bloody n w being dl trlbuted pl-ntlfully sinong the crowd Several mounted patrolmen arrived on the iu ene and after considerable i troubb- au'-.'-deil in .Iimii .ins the mob ' ww.. ... a,r Noiuier. tan r wnom. nnwever. wer- piac i uniPT arrest ami sem ! the police iatlon on the patrol wagon From ev-n hj ten inlmk last night bands of drunken Mldlers aseiduouslv aought troubb- in the purlieu of lei. They had money, and wanted t get rid of It After consuming nearly all the beer In the district they vis- I lied manv shacks in the in-lshborhood a Dun'i lying on ine noor was. ..lb-r ruh. d out of a houm- and yelled out that a Japanese had robbed him. Instantly a number of his com rades started In m a-nge the alleged wrong and the Inhabitant of the house were forced to barrh-ad- the doors and windows to nave themselves from the drunken furv of the .11 i-r Th- no- I lice charged down on the crowd and a couple of the offender were trans ported to headquarters. Similar m-rnn w-re enacted all along the line and many Japanese, both men and women, fled from the place In ter- i- -r arid j r. e. .!-.! t . by n All th- available policemen were stationed at Iwilel and Ieputy Sheriff chllllngworth himself. wh was called to the district Investigate l h.- catc- of suicide, wan so impressed by the serious aspect of affairs that be remained at the scene of the disorder until after midnight. Many soldiers, with clothing torn to pieces, and stupefied with liquor, slept all night In the alleys, on the veranda of the houses, and wherever they chanced to stagger and fall down. I.ast night I. C Abies notified the police that his horse and buggy had been stolen by two sailors. The ani mal was valued at 9500. and up to an early hour this morning had not been recovered. Shortly before midnight In formation was received at the police station that another horse and buggy had been stolen, this time from In front of the Hawaiian Hotel. STUDENTS HEAR VIEWS FairCommissioner Talks to the Young. KAMEHAMEHA BOYS AND GIRLS CHEER Following Is a roster a ruiM.t r -i t i-mo.n r. wnirn won in !rill tronhv at r-nllrl Sntiaro- r-nn tv,., t, Lieut. -nam J W Short. Second I.i-utcnant W. W Cnrirle. First Servants I ! Jnrk,m ..rnr a iv... Sergeant J. (Jouvi-a. Sergeant 'ha foster. Sergeant t'has. Carlson. Corp. A. Dahlstrom." Corp. V Fltaahnmona! ...... iirnnnuin, . or.. j whiihi,. i rivaie r. lfore. HUSh. r . Itechert Jr.. I. K Cockett H Cocketl Kd tiuvaucheiK Kug. Ituvauchelb-. J Ferrelra. t;. ilunther. o. Cuindinho. H. Gumpher. L.. Hillebrand Chas ll.-nry. V. A Johnston.-, s Uhu i. f Mulleltner. A Mossmaii. C. Piper. A. I'ilg. r ; c Mvhr- K lVrreir i K Sptllner. A Hplllner X St. me. c Vincent, a Willing. A. Wal.ott. substitutes. J J Albert. ! Bento, Johanaen. I'ahau. M Sylva. J Seybold. 8 on Berg. O. Wright. Kaluna. .ubtan r II K excrllence of drill displayed byj tlons. Captain Johnson is of the opln- less that every member of F Company at the prise compe- th. Ion that a hill has been introduced In puny was summoned on Friday evening Congress providing for such a mobill- ta the comnanv room in the Drill h.-ii in. on iirni .i.i s.irnrii:iv m. in-.n . . . .... " iHimn oi troops, ana mat tbe success where barbers were in attendance rie to some discussion a to the ad-1 w hich F Company has attained will Every man was subjected to a hair visability of sending the company W' that company to be selected as' t.ut. the result being that the back c the st UuH Exposition, it being un- ine one lo rt'Presnl Hawaii. ,-very man s head was well trimmed demtood that . o.mm.o m,. rPn Johnson bad an eye traine.l and presented on parade the next day io ine smallest ueiaus in Saturdays u regularity which was noticed by the drill, and he was so anxious that the' Artillery officers who were the judges inspection of the men should be flaw-; .f the competition. companies one from each state and territory may be one of the attrac- BOTH IS TENNIS CHAMPION W. WATERCURE CAUSED FILIPINO TO UNEARTH HIDDEN RIFLES Cole of the Third Artillery Tells of the Manner . in Which Information Was Obtained ' From False Friends. B had to give the Filipino the water cure before he would di vulge the hiding place of the TOO W ffoaa." la thane word W. D. Cole, formerly of the Third Artillery aad now aa mat ro Han Francisco from the Phll lawtaea on the transport ftuford. toll a Filipino "ajnigo- waa compelled ' ooeee hi. "amlgo in the act or mas- mg rara mm wiin i---- -. The alarm uas given, the Filipino se- i-. in i i n or th- I'aciric ncn- nls Club Is the tennis -ha plon of the Hawaiian Island earning mat coveted distinction yes terday by vanquishing F C Atherton who has held the title and trophy of -h-impionship for the last two years. A great crowd saw the game played ii the Paclfh courts and the fences vere lined with spectators while nu- m rous c arriages were drawn up out side the club enclosure. The sc-or- was I. 2 . 3 . T 5. 6-1. The first set wa all Koth's. but In the next two Seta Atherton outplayed this year's fi nallist. The fourth set was the best of all and practically decided the re sult of the mutch In the fifth and final set Koth started out very confi- 1 dently and was soon serving his best and swlftc-st ball, which came a little too fast fo- Atherton. who was clearly nonplussed by his opponent's magnifl- ent service. When Koth could get the play at the n-l he won and the same is true of Atherton. In the last s t. however. Atherton could not get to the net onct to his antagonist's three times, and this told the tale. After the match the handsome silver cup was presented to the Winner by E. A. Koss. president of the Hawaiian Tennis Association. Entries for the men's doubles closed yesterday afternoon and the dcaw took place last night, resulting as follows: Ir. I! Hie knell IM and C. ; Bocku 1 in.) vs. J. Waterhouse I. and D J game vs. the winners of the CJrlmwood j Macfurlane Knth-Dillingham game. The semi-final will be played tomor- iou. the f i rut 1 on Friday and on Satur day the winners of the final will meet the present champions. E. R. Adams and A. T. Brock, who will b.- c alled upon to defend their claim to the title and trophy. The latter two players have held the championship for the last three years, winning one cup and having a leg In the new trophy, which was put up for competition last year. N'-xt week the ladles' singles and doubles and the mixed doubles will be played. Following is the championship list in - various classes fur the twist eight years: Men's Singles: 1S5 V. F. Dillingham. L8M tW, K. Dillingham. lT W. Ii. (bKlfrey. 1S9 W. Roth. ,s4?.(. A. Klston. 1900 F. C. Atherton. 1901- F i Atherton. UM W. P. Roth, laidies' Singles: ls99-Miss M. Hart. l:00 Miss M. Hart. 1901 Mrs. C. A. Klston nee Hart. Indies' Doubles: ls99 Miss O. Scott and Mis? A. HoIT mar. Mixed Doubles. 18th gfiaa a. Hoffman and C. H. v Norton. ."! Mi and Mrs. Klston. M.-n's Doubles: 1895 W. F. Dillingham and Dr. lb-ward. 189-. W, F. Dillingham and W. 'oney. lv. II Waterhouse and W" H ney. 1896 W. P. Roth and W. Wight. 1899 K. EL Adams and A T. Brock 1900 K. It. Adams and A. T. Brock K.'l MS. It. Adams and A. T. Rrock B H Co A. I.ucas. charged with assault and battery on J. Namann, a car-driver, was discharged in the District Court yesterday. Captain Olsson has assumed c hirge T the tug Fearless. 71 cents Read tbe Dally Advertiser ner month- 4.e4.ea-4f4a-r4.4.4..18.104.22.168..4.4. BRIGADIER GENERAL WHO IS CHARGED WITH CRUELTY John Barrett Talks at Length of the Exposition and Ha waii's Future. Y Howard Hitchcock (P.): A. R Cunha Information was received that Cole's ill i and A. M. Nowell ll v S. CI Wilder il and I. S. Dillingham (P.); J? H Hariion ill.) and C. L.. O.rvin ili vs. M A c'b.-ek IB.) and D. W. Anderson ill). F. W. Urlmwood and I W Mac fa; Inn. vs W. IV Roth and W t . s up arms an 1 ammunition hj the Cnlted States troops who were luartered within a few hundred yards private Coe. who recently has been a clerk In Oeera! Wheatoa'a beadiuar-t-rs in Manila, says that while bis Filipino friend had about ZOO rifles con cealed In but house. Cole, with others, were ordered to locate them. The Fil ipino denied that there were any arms concealed on his premises, and the aearcher found nothing. While Cole waa going through one of the rooms he I P Dillingham (P ); K. A. Mott-Smith turned about, upon hearing a sound In !' i and B I Marx (B i vs. C. A. Kls- the adjoining room. Just in time to ton IB.) and I. C. King ill): C. H. C.H.ke IP.I ami W. 11. Babbitt tP vs. H. C. Cart r (B.) and O. Lansing (B ) The preliminary and first rounds of th- doubles w .'A p!c 1 th'h aft. r noon. the time and place of the games being as follows: cured and the bolo taken from him. and the weapon la now on Its way to the mainland In the possession of Cole. "We had to give the Filipino the water cure." said the e-eoldler. 'That did the work and caused blm to tell was stationed on aa outpost, us where the rifles could be found T.t-v- drifted about tbe camp that were taken from their hiding place and n rrs and ammunition were secreted in r. uses nearhy Intended for use by the r': hp n-- against the AmefthaM Wtka the opportunity offered. There waa one Filipino whom Cole believed to be his true friend, although circumstances Pac ific Courts: At 4 p ro Blcknell and Bockus vs. Waterhouse and Hitch cock. Cunha and Nowell v. Wilder and DHItnghnm. H Tetania Courts: At 4 p. m Harii son and Olrvln vs. I'heek and Ander aon: Crlmwood and M.u furlane vs. Roth and Dillingham. carried to h-adejuarters," Cole originally went with his battal ion directly to Taku. China, from San Franc isco, and accompanied an expedi tion In which was the Fifteenth In- Th. fantry. battalion of the Fourteenth garms and at 5 p. ni. the first round proved afterwards that hie friendship! Infantry and a souadron of the BntBIwii: l p:.i;..-I th- draw Iving as f.-l-was only a disguise to hie real pur- Cavalry. The expedition went only owa: hmt that of securing Information as r-tle b.v'-id Tbn-Tsln. the gates of to the f.eorabN- moment when hi. pa- P bn n I , forced , aeverfJ days U.J- Wahouaetchcoeh e - il l itiara ine sman garxiaon o- o... ,ji-ir a.-r iv iik above ore all preliminary round iie rouM r! investigation was ordered and : ry en re ranxa k.d In the hunt foi In Several were brought to light off). waa the French regi- Lowell Wllder-Dllllngh im game. Dreyfus waa once an iwtanla Courts: The winners of ' th- lie: ".'; k A : .di roO G FNKRA1- J.'R F. SMITH, ordered coiirtmastlalled at Mar.ila. is the man reponslbie for the "KUI-alt-orer ten" order, hich resulted in so r:.uch slaughter at Samar OITNG H.cvkaiians and a number of invit.-d guests heard, at the as sembly room of Bishop hall, at Kamehameha school last evening, a discussion of the St. Louis exposition, the conditions surrounding it and the imparlance of Hawaii's exhibit, deliv ered by Commissioner Oeneral Joha Barrett, who will leave for the Orient upon his mission the last of the week. It was an audience which not only un derstood what was said but caught every point of the speaker and ap plauded to the echo. Altogether Mr. Barrett said that it was one of ths most interesting of the many which h has attended in many years. The scholars of the two schools were called together by President Charles Bartlett Dykn, there being about 225 of them in their seats when the speak er of the evening was introduced by the president. Mr. Barrett was sup plied with maps of the United State and the world and used them freely is the course of his talk. He began by saying that he would not speak in Ha waiian, as to the person using a lan guage when not thoroughly conversant with it. there was always danger that mistakes would occur. In illustration of this he gave some instances of mis takes which he made while first ac quainting him with the Siamese tongue. These were of such a nature that the young people were left in a good hu mor and were ready for the Instructive talk which followed. Turning to the map. Mr. Barrett talked Of the Louisiana 1'urchase and what it meant when it was completed. He showed that there was in the area ferred Is the- Cnited States br France almost one-third of the entirs - .. . a . , area OI me. mamianu siaxes ana terri tories of t!v- Nation. The wealth of this vast territory was explained, and from this topic the talk went on to the importance of the exposition which s to commemorate the centennial of he transfer of the sovereignty. The educational features of the show were discussed at length, stress being laid upon the fact that there will at tend it. according to .-stimates of men who have experience in such matters, some JO. 000.000 people, principally, of ourse. from the Western states and tc-rritori'-s To reac-h these visitors, he said, the people of the Cnited States were now preparing displays of their produc ts and manufactures which will show the wonde rful progress which has been achieved during the century which is past. The prospects were. h said, tliat there would be even a greater exposition of resources and th work of skilled hands, than ever had b en attempted before. The progress of the century causes' the spp&ker to refer to some of the most interesting features of his trip to Slam. When he went there as minister, with out knowing Just how far the people had progressed. There he saw the elec tric street cars on one side of the street, while on the other there plod ded the elephants and mules. Just as tiiey had been used for from time im rrtemi rial by the people Of the country. This feeling of the contradictions was intensified when soon after his arrival at his quarters he was called up by telephone and an engagement made with him. As t Hawaii. Commissioner Oeneral Barrett told the students that the fu ture was bright with promise for the Territory. On the Asiatic shores, he said, there reside 6O0.000.O0 people rep resenting a proportion of the world's population out of size when the terri tory occupied is taken into account. With this vast army of consumers th.-r is now springing up a trade whic h is phenomenal, and the English-speaking peoples are making themselves felt in the industrial development of the hith erto closed nations of the Orient. In the direct line of all this immense traf fic there stands a little group of islands he said, whose future must be greatly affected by the business which will p iaa through the port. He prophesied that there would be an immense amount of shipping follow the route when the anal through the isthmus is made complete. He said the people must pre I are to take advantage of She new nditions. as they are certain to arie After the address the young ni j sang aonga Of Hawaii and cheered for i r. ivnrreu. cue :oiir- t .w hhmi i pleasing to the- visitor.