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EVENING HULLETIN. HONOLULU, n. T WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1002.
Latest Creations in Clii
Hats and Embroidery Gaps
Wo haven't neglected tho children In our now Importations not
by any means, but have jtiet opened nn Immonso assortment
of MUSLIN HATS and EMBROIDERY CAPS that aro Just tho right
thins for Warm 'weather. All the newest effects and colorings. Whlto
Light Dlue, Pink and Cardinal. Will set off tho bright faces and pretty
mils In lino shapo.
Lnce and embroidery trim
mcd. 75c and Upwards
SILK MULL HATS
In light blue, pink and cardinal.
Very dreBsy. Variety of prices
all very low.
Lace, Muslin and Silk Bonnets,
In great variety.
A splonilld assortment In laco
and embroidery effects, In whlto
nnd dcllcato shades. Trices
A new assortment, all sizes, laco
and embroidery trimmed.
25c and Upwards
Our lmmcnco selling of shirt
waists all last week speaks for
their popularity, for Btylo,
quality, finish nnd low prices
there are none to compete with
lino of sizes still In
Don't miss them this
POINT OF JAW RAISED
ON BEHALF OF MEN
ACCUSED OF LARCENY
Divorce Suit With Both Parties Chi
nese -Contest for Chinese Chari
ty Funds Eben Low .
In the trial of Robert and Edgar Wil
liams yesterday afternoon, C. K. Hey
Holds objected to receiving as cvld'cnce
nn admission of one prisoner out of the
others piesence when both were under
arrest. Judge Robinson took the Joint
under ailvlscmetit. The defendants aro
the nlleged principals In an attempted
robbery or a Jewelry store on upper
Kort street, when llrciirms were useu in
an encounter with the pollre.
Chin Chcon Is defendant In a dlvorm
suit. Wong Chn Kin Chul Eays he de
serted her within three months after
murrlage, also that he Is a gambler
nnd an opium smter. She has hail to
suppoit herself by sewing.
Kaolin, guardian of Lul Kahuelua, a
minor, has entered nn action against
Knpnhi and Sing Loy Co. to detcrmlns
the ownership of property at Walklkl.
The Chinese Hcllcf Society has dc-
.murrcd to the complaint of the United
Chinese Society wherein 110,000 In
Itlsliop's bank Is claimed,
Eben Low has appealed to the Su
premc Couit from Judge Humphreys'
decree to dissolve the partnership be
tween appellant and John Hind,
i i ne wiioic story
5 in one letter about
(riitnr iath) ,
J5 from Capt. V I oye, Police Station No. i
ti 8, Montreal t "We frequent I j tiio I'rimv J
5 Davis' Ijiix.Kiurn for ;xtfn tnthtttvw
5 ii, thriiHathntf tifnttt front htttthH
Itnittt, sramit and all ntftttlons wl Ich 5
bfii!l men In our jxxritlon I lime oolieal
tatlon In alng that Pmk-Killeh it the I
lt remr-fy It lure nrtr at ImdiV
Vt Internally nnd I'xlrrtially,
Tuo Size, 83c. and 60c. bottlca. r
m his mi
JAPANESE WOMAN TIRES
OF A SHAMEFUL LIFE
Uses Revolver and Carbolic Acid to
Accomplish iler End-Husband
Forced Wife to Become
While crowds of soldiers surged up
nnd down the stiects of Iwllel last
night anil sounds of fighting and revel
ry could be heard from one end of tho
place to the other, there was sllcneo
and fear In a little room nboo the
street by the rlto mill. Here a small
crowd of Japanese men and women
were g.Ulieied around the body of Ito
Klko. n Japanese woman wbo, du.'lng
a... ..n ..,.- om,,i 'me nuernoon. nan enueu acr me m
1.1111.1KU. .tin ii -',. i.iiHui- whm.iu - . . L i ii i it .
of the Santa l'e saved fifty persons mlB(!r' a'nd shame by sending n bullet
fiom wreck, mutilation and possible
New Silk Applique Trimming
In fancy stripes pinlds nnd solid
colors, full lino of Satin liber
ty ribbons. In all colors from
No, 5 Upwards
VERY LATEST IN BELTS
THE FOSTER HOSE SUPPORTER
The only correct supporter; it Is a natural body brace, giving
rest nnd comfort to tho wearer, Tho belt of tho supporter exerts a
gentle pressure on the sides of tho waist making It round. It has no
niotal parts to mar or tear the corsets nnd Is In every respect a per
fect supporter. Ask to seo thorn. New goods nro arriving by every
DRY GOODS COMPANY. LTD.
I fishing lights 1
La Salle. III., April 2C Rudolph
Ilartng, his wife and five children were
found lying In n comatose condition at
their home In Tlcona, a village near
here, today by a committee of citizens
Investigation wIib spurred by a mys
terious cjulttude which had surrounded
the Ilartag home for four days. Evi
dence of life In tho home was found in
n well-kept fire In tho itove. All ef
forts to arouse the family weie futile.
Lee I.cnzcr, a youth suspected of hav
ing knowledge of the affair, confessed,
when sharply questioned, to In lug a
hypnotist, and admitted having put
the family to sleep with the consent of
the victims four days ago nnd of havli.g
been unable to revive them. He
claimed he has visited the home dally
Blnce the happening and remained
theie all last night attempting to re
store the sleepers to consciousness. Hi
said he kept tho house heated to uvoi.1
further liuruliy us to the loudltlon of
After repeated efforts today he
managed to arouse two of the chil
dren, llioodlug over his piodlratncnt
has plated him on the verge of pros
trntlou., He promises to arouse to a
state of sensibility other members of
the family when he shall have
We have Just rcclvcd a shipment
of GASOLINE and KEROSENE
FISHING TOUCHES, absolutely
safe nnil cannot by blown out.
Aside from being used fop fishing
purposes, they have proven to be
an excellent OUTSIDE LIGHT for
plantation use. PRICE $'2.25 UP
death Friday night by n display of
courage that won unstinted praise.
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siruuii puns me uiai iiiu-uk" uMnvoa " i
the Suntn I'o from 1 ort Jladlson to
Chicago. Friday foienoon Strand
forced his engine up to a speed of a
mile a minute In nn endeavor to make
time against the terrific gale then
blowing over Illinois. Dcspilo his best
efforts when ho leached Jollct he was
nearly an hour behind time. After
leaving Jolkt he ran Into a high gale
with snow and sleet, but did not slack
en his speed.
He came up Desplalnes vnllej
through Lnmont at u whirlwind gait
and suddenly out of the chirkncss and
on tho main Hue, a few hundied feet
ahead of him. he saw the cud of a toal
car. Strand stuck to his engine, thicw
on the nlr, reversed his machine, and
then went Into the car with a crash
After lilting the car the big engine went
under It and shoved It nhcud 500 feet
and then came to u dead stop. Whlla
the car was completely wrecked
Strand's engine came nlT with only a
smashed fiont. The loadbtd was well
toin up for quite a distance. If the
engineer hail not applied his air and
staed by his engine, tho wiiek, rail
road men say, would have been moil
. i .
Aim at Conirol of
Cuban Tobacco Output
gained his nerve. Tho doctord who
have examined the victims say their
condition as to hearts and pulses is
nil right. At the urgent lecpiest of Len
zcr residents of the village will not
permit any physician to Interfere In
the matter. Many people residing In
that region viewed the sleep;rs today.
New Vork, April 20. The World will
tomorrow say: An Important movu In
tho battle for control of th InLuivo
market of the world will o muili today
when I ho glun- Continent it fol.nrc
Company and the Ameilcnn Cigar Com
puuy will, through a new arrangement,
become prnctlcnl'y one. Control of iVi
tcb.'icco output of Cut a Is nluiul at.
The I ew combination of the O.-uIn-cntnl
Tobacco Company nnd the Aluoil
can Cigar Company is ono by wliirli tho
rc" Continental buys the entire maniifac
Tlieo. H. Davies & Go,, Ltd. 3
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET,
IE3 . 0-DB02C88G Shaqra. 2lfl
The ever popular Ilalner Ilccr Is just
as much a favorite as ever. It Is on
draught at the New Criterion Saloon
as It was at tho old. The longer It Is
used the better It Is liked.
The Vina ranch of Mrs. Stanford, of
California, )inB an area of 1500 hectares
nnd produces more than 500 tons of
grapes and 220,000 litres of brandy an
n a :: :t :: :: :: n it it tt :: it it it :: ti s: i: :t ti it it u 11 it it it it it tt
tured output of the American Cigar
Company nnd disposes of It tnrough
Its own salesmen.
PRACTICAL JOKER KILLED
Chicago, April 21. A practical Jokn
terminated fatally for IMwnrd L. Miller
a colored man, who was shot and kill
ed by Joseph 11. Brown, another col
ored man, who was a friend of his vic
tim. Iloth men had lived In the same
house, 103 South l'corlu street, for sev
eral months. Ilrown was approaching
his home, when Miller started out of
the shadows with a gruff command of
"throw up your hands!" Ilrown fired
four shots nt tho supposed hold-up,
who fell to the street. Ill own was ar
rested. Miller had no weapon and hit
hands were In his pockets.
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We arc selling new
ELECTRIC FANS at .$15.00
They mako wnrm weather bearable and are worth their
weight In gold. Wo liavo a tomrlrtp line of both desk and celling
fans. Nothing llko comfort -Iluy one now.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
King Street. Telephone 300
Absolutely the Last Chance!
BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
MUST, BE CLEANED OUT BY MAY 7.I.J902.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
?. O. BOX J. T1" ''
THE OLDEST CH.. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Duitu la Flo, Silk, o Gun Llcttu. ChlniM ml Jt;iotii Coo Ji of All KU,.
trwt Nuuinu trft
Into her breast.
While the suicide was probably com
mitted In the afternoon, the police did
not hear of It until about two bourn
later, wben a Japanese doctor telephon
ed to Deputy Sheriff Chllllngvvorth
that he had been called to Iwllel to at
tend to a suicide.
The deputy Immediately hastened to
the place wheie he arrived a little af
ter 8.3(1 p. in. In the room where the
deed hail been committed lie found the
dead woman's body. Iler husband nod
his f i lends had removed her from the
Iloor where she was found nnd laid hci
on tbc bed. Tlie body wns perfectly
cold and rigor mortis had already Cct
In. l-'roni her right breast n little
blood was oozing out of a bullet hole
nnd mound her mouth were plain
stains of carbolic acid vvblch she had
tukrn. On the Iloor lay the revolver
Willi which the deed had been commit
ted. It had cartridges In alt live cham
bers, only ono of them being discharg
ed. Ncnr the revolver was lying n small
bottle which had contained carbolic
acid. It was almoit empty.
The deputy sheriff Immediately pro
ceeded to give the dead woman's hus
band a thorough examination, a mount
ed patrolman who speaks Japanese
llucntly acting us interpreter. Later on,
Chester l)o)le arrived nnd In his turn
examined the man,
Krom tho testimony of this man,
whose namo Is Ito Klchlro, It appears
that he and tho deceased were married
In Japan. She was twenty-two years
old at the time of her death. Klchlro
had left the house )estcrday afternoon
nt '2 o'clock and had returned about
two hours later. He found the door
locked but thinking that (lie woman
had gone to visit friends, be did not at
tempt to cuter but again left the premi
se's, returning at about G p. m.
On his return, the door wns still
locked, theie being n padlock as well
us tho door lock. Klchlro unscrewed
the hasp of the padlock and opeued tho
door lock with a key which he had.
On entering tho room, he found It
Klkn lying face downwards ou a blan
ket In tho mlddlo of the iloor. The re
volver nnd the carbolic acid bottle were
lying close to her. The woman's legs
were already quite cold but as her
body was still warm, the doctor was
Tho woman must have been very de
termined ub she had tried to end her
life both by a bullet and by acid. Of tho
acid she took so much, lion ever, that a
reaction was produced and sho vomited
It all out. Hence tho ncld stains on
her face around the mouth.
Klchlro stated that he and the wo
man had never had any trouble. Upon
close questioning It developed, hlw
ovor, that ho had made her occupy one
of tho dens In tho stockndo and that
after tho closing of that placo ho still
compelled her to ply tho shameful
The woman wn3 III as a result nnd
had been under medical treatment ever
since May 2. This Illness In connec
tion wltb the fact that In spite of It sho
wns still forced to lead a life of shame,
probably furnished the reasons which
made tho unfortunate woman take her
Coi oner's Jury was empaneled last
night and viewed the remains on tho
spot. The Inquest was set for the noon
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
500 C. P.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Kerosene
OIL Tho best light known to science nnd
the cheapest. Hnvo received tho Highest
Awards at tho I'an-Amerlcan Exposition.
Suitable for storo nnd halts, and aro In usu
in good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such ns Wall, Nichols
Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Ilolllstcr Drug Co.,
Mclncrny Shoe Store, I'llto Ico Cream Par
lors, Hawaiian Hotel and otners too numer
ous to mention. Wo also liavo tho tamo
Are Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo placed In yards as a
protection ngnlnst night prowlers. Our
lamps aro In uso throughout all tho planta
tions. For furthor particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO. C. W. Macfarlane, M'gr
Porter Furniture Co.
First-class FURNITURE of all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City. Now located in the
Port Street, opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7f
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and X
rti made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Constractlomi
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction 8uprla
'.tnded, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rsll--oads,
Electric and Stearm; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Fovasax
Inns, Piers. Wharves, etc
Special attention given to dominations, Valuations, And Reports sU
Properties for investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEQ, M. Ail. Boc a sX,
Engineer and Msnagsr.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
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GEO. A, MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building.
Kens has Just reached London of the
death, at Sydney. New South Wales, of
Charles Dickens' youngest child, Ed
ward Uulwer-Lytton Dickens, who went
to Australia In ISM.
Any ono attending n spiritualistic
senneo In Bohemia Is liable to n fine
nf $10, according to a decreo which has
been Ihsucd by tho Governor of the
A Japanese family of five can live
on less than $S a month.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facilitate trado wltb tho Hawaiian Islands, will uelivor
all goods purchased or ordered of thorn, free of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning saino to San
Francisco. Goods will be sent on selection to those know
ing tho firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
market f Poat 6ts., 6. P.
Illustrated CATALOOUE nnd prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo liavo tho largest manufactory of Jewelry
and Silverware west of New York City, and aro prepared to
furnish special designs.
KSScSffl BELT for
CITY AND HARBOR OF CHARLOTTE AMAUA. ST. THOMAS.
This view of tho cupltnl city of tho Dniilih West Indies, soon to enmc
under the Plars nnd btilpcs, Is taken from the steps of the palace on fioveru
r h . rr. &': Ahlcn Elcrtric "Belt1
(with suv ; pensnry !s RiiarnntceJ
i ssebs ' ail Hit viir.itlve proper
ie ot the csicn-lve belts now sold bv
'o tcrs and driifg: '. It gives a very
inni; current of electricity and Is easily
f Folate J. Hui.nJ to supersede others. Can
e I1.1J from tlie undersigned only; no
'rnt-i no discount. Circular free. Address
ierce I'.lcctrlc Co , 206 I'nst St., San
'mi . im Sent Iff lo Hawaii lor Sfi.00
I. De Turk's Table Wines
Justly Known to bo tho CHOICEST
CALIFORNIA PRODUCT. A largo
supply of tho different varieties Just
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
SOLE AGENTS AND GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS
THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
A. V. GIJAI., President.
CMMBTT MAY, Secretory.
The Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd.
liiHure your Life, Property, Household Goods or Merchandise
In tho bent ind strongest companies, iis represented by
The llonloulu Investment Co., Ltd,, Merchant St,. Judd Building