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fiVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEQNESDAY, MAY 22, 1M1.
Sachs' Store News
Miles of Them
Half Actual Value
No ribbons ever sold in Honolulu ever had thf value
of, the Satin and Moire Ribbons which we are now selling
at half the actual value. All the choicest colors, 4 Inches
wide, and double faced.
50c Ribbons for 25c
This Is beyond question the Ribbon Sensation
of the season, and no woman who wants Ribbon can afford
to miss it. Remember the price just half the ordinary
50c per yard Ribbons for 2$c per yard.
We are offering truly astonbhing values in NEW
DIMITIES. You have the good fortune to choose from
the largest assortment of these popular hot weather fab
rics ever shown at the. price chic and dainty patterns.
12 yards for $100
THE FIRST BEST
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
WELL DRESSED HEADS
All belong to Women who buy their Millinery here Those new designs after
thoughts of the Millinery Creators since Easter are very Dainty and Stylish.
If you haven't seen them, we would be pleased to have you call : : : :
Are the Finest of the New Summer Fabrics ; so cool ;
so stylish : so hand?ome and delkite. Exquisite pat
terns we have all shades likewise Plain Organdies.
ARE YOU PARTIAL TO SWISSES ?
Come and fee our elegant range
of these beautiful goods : : :
THE M. E. KILLEAN CO., LTD.
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It Men Almost Incrcdiblt that
any laaip couU be cood enough 10
titct the place of electricity on evo
terms, yet uch It the case lth the
ANGLE lamp. All over the ItUnJt
people arc thro win aav their o'l
lamp and replacing- them wltbthls
lamp, not merely because It coats
about one-tenth as much to main
tain (cost Is no object to some pe
pie) but, be lie balnr Infinitely
cheaper, It Is more brilliant and
more reliable In the terrain. It la a
revelation to every one who uses It,
and simply demonstrates that the
old(asmomd lamp was a barbar
ous contrivance. THE ANOLB LAMP
rtter smokes, smells or rives any
trouble. Is lighted and extinguished
as easily as gas, and Is the Idea
light frt m every standpoint. We
carry these lamps from Si .80 up.
T. 11. Davies & Co., Ltd.
AGENTS FOR Sterling Lubricating Oils. lrlpho. Alscn Cemint, Portland Cement, Giant Powder
Co , Hicks UVata Bating, Roche Harbor Lime C' New Home bewtng Machlneiand Pan-American Hand
UEALtUa IN Agateware, Glassware, CrovKery, Harness, Saddles and Leathers, Rugs. Brass Ded
steads, Trunks, Vallsn, Mattings, Safes, Linoleums Powder and Caps, General Hardwr and Plantation
. FtyCXI tS'inM VIM
(From Tuesday's Extra.)
AVnlfor (5. Sinitli, editor of flic Ailvortker, xn nrroMcil tins
afternoon mirier niiiiiilirtiiient ly tho Grand .Tiny for perjury.
31 r. Smith iroiiiilv untienrcil in court und Mr. Thurston fur-
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nih(il the rviiuiriil IkimI of $.',fl()0. r
This is the first return of the three indictments turned in to the
Court by the Grand Jury this morning.
HAPPY IN SPEECH
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuunnu Sts.,
ulao HOT1JL ST.. oppowlto Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 390
Works 'Phone, 389
SaVe YOlir Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
The Angle Ump
,lLSO CABRA COOD SIOGK OF HAHOWOL
"SM MB HAND LAMPS)
Thomas l'ltcb, Cinbli adress In the
First Circuit Court yesterday after
noon, as amicus curia In the Grand
Jury Imbroglio was not exactly "A
Daniel come to Judgment," but he was
the star performer for about thirty
mlnhtcs. He took the kinks out of tho
controversy with an case that was 'con
fusing. He sailed close to the ground
oratorlcnlly and used bmokeless pow
der throughout tho engagement.
He told tho story of tho Governor's
refusal to extend the session of the
Legislature on account of cases of bri
bery among the members, that left no
doubt as to the locus of tho official In
discretion responsible for tho present
He told of tho publlfhcd challenges
directed to tho First Circuit Judge,
daring him to fail to call a special
Grand Jury and daring him to fall to
He gracefully blew awly! the fog,
showing how Judge Humphreys would
have been recreant to his trust had ho
not directed this Grand Jury Investi
gation. Ho exploded a smokeless bombshell
close to the nose of Secretary H. E.
Cooper, when ho gavo the legal mean
ing of the word "disability" as used In
the Organic Act.
He described a dilemma with two
horns, upon one of which, public opin
ion must impale the executive, and ad
vised the Court to allow II. K. Cooper
to return unrebuked to his task of fol
lowing up tho clues to the brlbo Ink
ers. It the "quiet executive Investiga
tion" falls to locate them, public opin
ion wll decree, either that there has
been no bribery or that tho executlvo
investigation wns for tho purpose of
covering up their tracks,
Ho talked about tho connection of
McCandless with the matter like one
who knew him as well as If ho had ,
been through him with a lantern. It
"was difficult to nee what basis Mc-,
Candless had for claiming the protec
tion of the executlvo tcga'when he was
merely the boss of the road department
and chief of a flock of odorless exca
Colonel Fitch paid an eloquent tri
bute to tho experience, wisdom, and
statesmanship of Governor Dole. When
tho learned Jurist declared In an offi
cial document that bribery existed,
what could this court do? Tho Court
could not know that these men would
refuse to testify. And now what do
they plead? Privilege. They claim
that to answer the queries would dam
up. tho fountains of evidence, and bring
to naught this executive Investigation.
They had cried out bribery from tho
housetops and now say that tho secret
Investigations' of tho Grand Jury will
defeat the ends of Justice.
The present "disability" of Governor
Dole was handled by Mr. Kltch most
lucidly. The Organic Act says: "That
In case of the death, ibmoval, resigna
tion or disability of tho Governor or his
absence from the Territory, tho Secre
tary shall exercise all tho powers' and
perform all the duties of tho Governor."
Mr. Fitch said: "The Governor has not
resigned, ho has not been removed
that any ono knows of, ho Is not absent
from the Territory and he Is not dis
abled from attending to his duties.
The Organic Act defines disability in
these words: "No Idiot or Insane per
son, and no person Who shall be ex
pelled from the Legislature tor giving
or receiving bribes or being uccessory
thereto, and . no person who In duo
course of law shall havo been convicted
of any criminal offense punlshablo by
Imprisonment for a term exceeding one
year shall register to vote or shall hold
"Does Governor Dolo come under
these prohibitory .clauses? Is Governor
Dole an idiot or an Insano person? Is
Governor Dole nbsent from the Terri
tory? What disability Is ho laboring
under? Simply becnuso ho Is tired and
has gono from the city n dlstanco of
threo hours' rldo by rati, to rest does
not disable him. I hold that legal ills
ability of an official means mental ills
ability not physical. You can find no
other meaning given by tho authori
ties. If the Governor wore confined to
his homo a few days by n cold would he
bo disabled? Tho mero absenco of
Governor Dolo from tho seat of gov
ernment does not givo Secretary
Cooper the right to act ns Governor,
There can be found no authority to
warrant tho next in succession in tak
ing the ofilcn of his cuperlor because of
mero physical disability."
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FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in All Colors.
6arulal Wood Boxes. Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits and al In lighter weights.
MERCHANT TAILOR, A lame variety of cloth made up In the
111G Nuuanu St.
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; MAGIC i: headaches
I WAFERS : dressing.
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Yon will never
part with it.
We will Install two 'phones complete under a guarantee at a price- -well,
you en nno; anoru 10 De wnnout mem.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
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.in. rum iiiuuu buiiiu iumm:n:nBui: lyA....
net. Ho said: "Mr. McCandless lsl
spoken of as n member of the Cabinet.
Perhaps there should have been a Cabi
net for the Governor of this Territory,
but Congress did not think so. The'
Superintendent of Public Works has'
no executive functions relating to tho
prosecution of crlmo nnd It Is his duty
to give his testimony when called
Frank R. Thompson followed with
nn able argument. In which he dovoted
most of his attention to the question ot
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