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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, APRIL 1, 1012.
What's the Use
of suffering and scratching your head
When tho only thing you have to do
1b to use
PACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILLER
to stop that awful Itching and Btop
your hair from falling. This prepara
tion Is an Instant relief for prickly
Sold by all druggists and at
PACHECO'S BARBER SHOP.
DRY CLEANING AND PRESSING.
J. Abadle, Prop.
777 King St.
With tho coming of hot
weather and Its attendant dan
ger to children particular at
tention should be given to tho
quality of tho milk used. We
supply a perfectly pure rich
milk from certified healthy
cows. This milk is also elec
trically treated at our depot be
fore delivery to our customers.
HaUra Sncar Company
Kaul Agricultural Compaifc '
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kakuka Plantation CompaaJb y
McBrydo Sugar Company. j
Kahoku Plantation Compaift
Kauai Railway Company.
Eanal Eloctrio Company.
Honolua Ranch. V
Haiku rrult & Packing Cdmpafifi
Fruit ft Land Company.
IT'S ONLY IN THE
THAT YOU CAN GET QUARTER
Resal Shoe Store
Kins and Bethel. King and Bethel
The kind that is NOT lye-pealed.
J. M. LEVY & CO- : Distributor.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
B. F. Blihop -.:-.. Preildaat
Geo. H. Robertson
tT. W. North TreaaurM
Richard Ivors ...Secretary
J. R. Gait Auditor
Geo. R. Carter ....Director
C. H. Cooke .......... .Director
R. A. Cooke Dlrecter
A. Gartley .' Director
St ABSOuntur jrc cofrtr
1 smnM I
deposited In our Savings De
partment entitles you to a Homo
Bank In which you can deposit
tho small coins that otherwise
would be spent foolishly. Start
a Savings Account today. Every
cent deposted will earn Interest
and before you realize It yoi
will have a nico sum to your
START SAVING NOW.
BANK of HAWAII, Ltd.
Capital and Surplus,
DETAILS OF THE MASSACRE
IN HILLS1LE COURTHOUSE
lULLSVlbLK, Va., March 14. Tho
entire Carroll comi'y Circuit court In
session here todny was wiped out by
assassination In a burst of almost un
precedented outlawry, .lust ns Judge
Thornton Massle had sentenced Floyd
Allen to one year In prison for aiding
in the escape of a county prisoner, two
of Allen's brothers and several of
their friends opened fire with revolv
ers. Judge MasBie fell dead in Mb
place on the bench on the first vol
ley. Kill Prosecutor and Sheriff.
Then the weapons were turned on
Commonwealth's Attorney William
Foster and he sank to the floor with
several bullets In his brain, death be
1 1 i 1 1 v 1 1 1 o Is In a romote quarter,
fifteen miles from Barren Springs, the
nearest railroad station, and outside
help will bo late in arriving.
This village was thrown into n fer
ment. Tho willing out of tho law offi
cers left affairs in the hands of un
trained citizens, but nearly every man
In this section of the county has join
ed in the hunt.
Scene Old Fashioned Red Courthouse.
The scene of tho wholesale murder
was tho quaint, old fashioned, red
brick county courthouse, llllsvlllo be
ing the seat of Carroll county. There
had been reports that an attempt
might be made to rescue Kloyti Allen,
who himself had aided prisoner
friend recently to escape from the
county officers. The trial had been
was sitting directly In front of the
bench nnd was noxt to succumb to the
woll directed shots of tho suddenly
turned outlaws, who had taken what
they deemed justice into their own
One Hundred Shots Fired.
The brothers nnd tholr frlonds must
have been woll nrmed, for It earned
to spectators who escaped from tho
bloody courtroom thnt fully 100 shots
were fired. In the first fusllludo seve
ral Jurors had been wounded, Blankcn
Bhlu probably fatnlly. Sheriff Webb,
whipping out his own weapon, mndo
for tho prisoner, who had Joined in
the shooting with an oath and declara
tion that ho would never go to jail,
but tho officer was stopped by a per
fect hall of lead and crumpled Into a
lifeless heap on the floor.
By this time tho shooting In tho
courtroom had become general, and
there was a wild rush of tho unarmed
for windows and doors.
Dexter Goad, clerk of the court, re
ceived a bullet wound in the neck and
is desperately hurt. His death would
Ills the quality of cotton used and the
way they arc made that give Stearns &
Poster Mattresses their perfect comfort and
wonderful life. An exclusive web process."
Let us show them to vou today.
We are sole agents
J. HOPP & COMPANY.
UfeUff a policy of life laiur
aaoo In any other comjaay
ask to see the
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
LIFH INSURANCE COM
PANY OF BOSTON, MASS.
A esmare tho muy a4
T&ataiee It eJtera with those
fl other ooaapaalaa.
THE WORKER MUST BE WELL
. A f? ,.,a3r of 8hBrn competition everyone who works should ho keyed
Up to the highest pitch of efficiency. Tho rewards of business llfo go to tho
clearest thlnkors, to tho mea nnd women who know and do things batten
than other people
V.1!1 7h.? can .',0 hl" hest work whon tn health Is Impaired, whon the
eppctltA falls to demand tho food necossary to sustain the body, wheat
BtrMigth Is Jacking and ambition gone? Surely tho part of wisdom la to
begin nt oaco to build up the body to Its aormal condition and this may fee
dono moro certainly by the uso of
Stearns Wine of Cod Liver Extract
than any other medicine It chocks hacking coughs, sharpens tho appetite,
aids digestion, enriches tho blood, restores flesh to tho emaciated, and re
news health and vigor. It 1b bo agreeable to tho tasto that Its regulnr ns
is a pleasure. Oct it at your arugglst's and bo sure you get STAIU5Sm
tho genuine, . - -
WB AltB SELLING A HIGH GRADE EUIlOrEAN CHEESE A3
WELL. AS THE BEST AMERICAN VARIETIES.
Wo aro a little, behind with our orders for Australian butter bc
causo tho manufacturers overlooked our request to omit tho Borac
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON AND LOUIS, Propr's.
Firewood and Coal
Best Grades Always On Hand
Concrete Brick, Crushed
Rock and Sand
Hustace-Peck Go. LID.
Phone 2295 63 Queen Street
NELSON B. LANSING, Distributor
Bridge and Beach Stoves ior Coal
Quick Meal Blue Flame Oil tftore
Perfection Oil Stoves.
Giant Burner Gasollno Stove.
EMMELUTH CO., LTD.
S13Q CUQDO KWOGKBO, UO.
No 19, tor. of Smith end Hotel Sta
MAT'S OLD KONA COFFEE,
Best In the Market.
HENRY MAT & CO.
Makes special rates for delivering
Y. WO 8INO CO.
Groceries. Fruits. Vegetables, Etc.
Butter S5o lb.; Fresh Dried Fruits.
1186-1188 Nuuanu Street
Sheriff Lewis Webb, making a fran
tic effort to reach the ringleaders,
was shot dead before he had taken
Several of the jurors who had tried
the case were seriously wounded, J.
H. Blankenship probably fatally.
Allen's Da6h for the Mountains.
The Aliens, Including the prisoner
and their friendB, after the killing of
tho "herlff, backed slowly out of the
courtroom, holding all wouldbe pur
suers in check at the point of re
volvers. Once outside they made a
dash for the mountains on horseback.
A posse of citizens soon was In pur
suit and reports have reached here
that one of the Aliens has been seri
ously wounded in a battle fought with
Special officers are being rushed in
to tho county to help in running down
Militia Is Ready to Move.
Gov. Mann is holding two companies
of militia In readiness in case the Al
lens and their friends gather recruits
In the mountain fastness.
In process several days, however,
without any indication becoming pub
lic of the carefully planned plot of the
Allen brothers and their associates.
Floyd Allen had been found guilty
and had been called for sentence. Tho
stuffy little room, with its coal stove
and tjrude furniture, was crowded.
Sidney and Jack Allen wero among
the first arrivals and were seen to
tako their places' near tho rail mark
ing the enclosure for prisoners and
counsel engaged In the case. Stand
ing near by wero a number of their
associates and friends from the Bluo
Judge Is, Shot to Death.
Judge Massle went about tho sen
tencing of tho prisoner in tho usual
matter or fact way, but the words
"one year at'hard labor" had scarcely
passed his lips when there camo tho
crack of a revolver. In an Instant this
was followed by a volloy of shots nnd
tho Judge, who had partly risen at ttr
first shot, lay dead and bleeding on
Commonwealth's Attorney Foster
mean tho wiping out of tho last ves
tige of the court's officers.
Seventeen Outlaws In a Barn.
Seventeen mountaineers who made
their escapo from HiiisvtMe amiu a
shower of bullets after tho courtroom
tragedy aro said to havo taken refuge
In an old barn in a mountainous spot
and to be preparing to resist efforts
of any posse that may etch up with
them. All are said to bo plentifully
supplied with ammunition, and from
the advantageous position of tho barn
could withstand a much larger body
Judge Massle was one of tho most
nrominent Jurists of tno state. He
was appointed to the bench by Gov.
Swanson in 1908, was forty-eight years
old, and is survived by a wife, two
sons and a daughter. Judge Massio
had been considered recently for pro
motion to the state Supremo bench.
Commonwealth's Attorney Foster
had held his office eight years. He
was forty years of age and known as
a fearless prosecutor. Ho was a re
publican leader in the county.
Sheriff Webb had been a deputy for
fifteen or twenty years before being
elected sheriff last Novmber.
Juror Is Said to Be Dead.
ROANOKE, Va., March 14. it is re
ported here from Hillsvlllo that Juror
Douglas nlso had been killed and that
Floyd Allen, ono of tho inountulnuers,
had been mortally wounded and Is un
OUT FOR GULLQM
CHICAGO, March 1C Republican
Senatorshlp politics In the race for
tho, advisory vote April 9 In tho pri
mary battlo livened up today. Sena
tor Cullom's managers got busy with
a session of the Young Men's Cullom
Club that Is to do tho field work for
tho "old war horso" in Chicago. Tho
h. Y. Sherman campnlgn directors
turned their attention to organization
of the real estate men.
Meantime Hugh S. Moglll, Jr., tho
progressive entrrnt, continued his
stumping out In the state, where Mr.
Sherman is traveling on a special
train, pushing bis Bpeaklng canvas.
Young Men Boom Cullom,
Tho Young Men's Cullom Club, wjth
a charter membership of 1C0 mem
bers, held a 'meeting in headquarters
in the Hotel LaSalle an'd adopted res
olutions sotting forth reasons why
they believe Senator Cullom should
bo ro-electod. C. R. Vincent la presi
dent of the club and J. T. Hunter 1b
Tho gist of tho resolution follows:
"Wo bellevo that Senator Cullom,
by reason of his long and notablo
services In the United States Senate,
covering moro than twonty-nino
years, is deserving of tho loyal sup
port of all Republicans who beliovo
In maintaining tho high placo now
held by Illinois in the greatest delib
erative assembly In tho world.
""WcTcommend tho action of Sena
tor Cullom In using tho Influence of
his high oflleo as chairman of tho
committee on foreign relations In the
United States Senate for tho abroga
tion of tho Russian treaty in 1832.
Commend His Patriotism.
"Wo commend tho patriotism of
Senator Cullom In remaining at his
post of duty In Washington during
the pending campaign Instead of do
voting his time to a canvas for In
dorsement at tho April primaries.
"Wo demur to tho plea of old ago
made against Senator Cullom by his
opponents and contend that his effi
ciency nnd official integrity entitlo
him to tho unqualified approval of his
patty and tho people of Illinois.
"In our thought tho Indorsement of
Senator Cullom at tho primaries noxt
month will servo to Impress upon tho
young men of tho Republican party In
this stato anil throughout tho nation
tho fact that old ago is no bar to hon
orable public servico when ierformcd
with Intelligence nnd honesty."
Persons whose banana plants
were destroyed and who de
sire compensation for the loss
should communicate with
HARRY T. MILLS,
PAST DUE AGENCY,
848 Kaahumanu Street
CLOSING OUT SALE OF MENS'
This department of our business will bo discontinued, bo, while
the goods last, will bo sold regardless of price.
30 S. KING STREET, between .Nuuanu and Bethel.
RELIEF AT HAND.
Many sufferers from rheumatism
havo been surprised and delighted
with tho prompt relief afforded by
applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
Not ono caeo of rheumatism in ten
requires any internal treatment whnt
over. For sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., agcntB for Hawaii,
A lost boy is a waif from homo.
No married man vcr has moro
money than he knows what to do
Fine Job Printing at the Star office.
sary Sale of
To celebrate the closing of the seventh year of a successful
business in Honolulu, we will, commencing SATURDAY,
MARCH 9th, conduct a special sale in all our lines of
Millinery and Men's Hats
This sale is not for the purpose of disposing of odds and ends,
but will enable our patrons to realize a handsome saving on any
article selected from our large and carefully assorted stock.
Nuuanu Street near Hotel.
EXCLUSIVE PATTERNS IN HANDSOME GREYS
Made to your order with fit tt
AttHah and Amtrlcaa Wears,
W. W. AHANA
62 South King Street'