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EVENING miLLETlN. HONOLULU. T. I!.. TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1906.
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23ril. 1906, of tho Dally nnd Weekly
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Circulation of Evenlna Bulletin.
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Monday, Mar. 19 Z17Z
Tuesday, Mar. 20 2168
Wednesday. Mar. 21 2182
Thuridav. Mar. 22 2185
Prldav. Mar. 23 2167
Averaat Dallv Circulation 2215
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Tueulay. March 20th. 1906 2365
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P. II. DUHNETTE.
Notary Public. First Judicial Circuit.
.MAHCM 26. 1906.
There's no denying that Russia's rev-
olutlon will be continuous If Dr. Ilussel '
has his way. I
An agreement on policing Morocco
means that neither France nor Ger
many Is quite ready to fight.
It would seen; remarkable If the mer
chants with a new steamer line In
sight should decided that they don't
Efr' WALLACE R
LV -want It.
When tourists can see much that la
pleasing of Japan here In Hawaii,
why should they spend their money on
Hi tixtenilon of the trip?
Wrangel, Alaska, Is destroyed. Some
district of Hawaii might appropriately
take the name and revise the hdcIIIus
nllnlttlv it Alnakii tin. nft fllrfhl.r llflH !
Governor Curry reports himself not
only not dead, but headed for a war to
exterminate the other fellow. That's
fcticnuous enough to warrant his pro
motion to a high post In strenuous cir
cles. Tho Tehauntepec steamer line, like
all first class business propositions,
promises to be ready on tlmo. Ilnwnil
is moro Interested In knowing whether
tho European immigration project is
to be equally prompt.
Uncle Sam has doclded to curtnll his
julmlng expense one million dollars.
Since he does his own printing there Is
no good reason why ho should not
' tditit down a part of the works If he
Slnco the Grand Jury Is said to have
Bum IIJJ himvuuii in nuiiviuiu, mwj
Is published in the New York Sun stat
ing thnt gamblers Infest the ocean lin
ers bound to Honolulu. Isn't it a
shame that Honolulu's jurisdiction
doesn't go beyond the three-mile limit?
year sugar prices should havei
oaring nt this period hut the"'
dropped. This year sugar prices tliu.''4
be tumbling down but tbev nre n"
doing it All of which goes to hc.
that either the statisticians don't lraiw '
nny more about It than the average
gambler, or, the grasp of the julic r.i
nlpulntors Is so complete that tluv .. :
keep things level regard'.cec o.' iro;,
and supply and demand.
No better evidence of the demand for
high class local steamer service can be
found than the incident of the recent
r arrival of tho through steamer Siberia
In quarantine. Many were booked for
this ship because It was larger and
more modern than the local boat. Ar
riving, however, In quarantine, with
the possibility of further quarantine In
San Francisco, the ship suddenly be
came less attractive. If the local boat
wore on the plan of tho Siberia there
would be na coueo for the worry over
the conditions on board through liners
and our visitors would be guaranteed
what they want,
Memory Is one of tho notable feat
ures of the testimony of our Supremo
Court Justices In the habeas corpus
case now on. Justices Frear and Hart
well decided that they could not re
member having any connection with
the bill passed by the Legislature. Jus
tice Wilder was the only one to stata
that he knew nothing of the bill dur
ing Its course through the Legislature
nnd was cot consulted n. an "opacity.
.Testimony of the first wo U unuotibt
cdly legally right. il-tt s flatfooted
assertion Is what carries conviction
with ordinary humanity.
SENATOR HALK AND THE PHILIP
Members of the United States Sen
ate who killed lha I'hlllpplno free
trade bill fh committee are looked up
on with special favor In Hawaii sort
uf ralors of tho nation, or nt least
of a very Important section of Amer
They are however, "catching It' on
many sides among tho mainland sup
porters of the Administration and up
holders of Philippine freedom of trade
on tho theory of "benevolent nsslml
latlon" Tho Outlook has nothing
pleat ant to say of tho men who refused
to allow tho bill to pass out of tho
hands of the committee, so thnt It
might come before tho full body of tho
Senate, and Collier's devotes nearly n
full page to a fatherly grilling of tho
national millionaires' club and tho
home of tho Trusts.
It must be admitted that the defeat
of the bill In the Senate was a clear
caso of slaughter. Party lines were
wined out absolutely. Tho majority of
the committee was not only opposed
to a ftnorable report on the bill but
rehired to allow an unfavorable report
to be made. In other words, the bill
was killed then nnd there with never
an opportunity for a single Senator to
oxprcss his views on tho subject from
the floor of the Senate.
Collier's In telling the story of tho
bill's detent says:
"When It Philippine Bill) reached
the Senate It wns referred to tho Com
mittee on tho Philippines, and thcro
the wclfaro of our brown stepchildren
entangled In tno
ions oi pomicni intrigue,
a solid nucleus of opposition In the
Senators whoso conceptions of states-
manshln nnd of national honor nro
bounded by tho profits on sugar nnd
tobacco. Hut this would not have
been cnouah In Itself to defeat tho Ad
ministration's policy. The sugar nnd
tobacco Senators were rccnforccd by
others to whom the question of Justice
to tin Philippines wns merely a means
of tr.nn ne un tho President. Tney re-
scnltd White Houso dictation .In tho
matters of railroad rates and State
hood and 'took It out' on tho Presi
dent's Filipino proteges.
"When tho bill enmo up for action
on Mnrch 2, the committee treated It
with unexampled contempt. First It
rejected, by a vote of eight to five. Sen
ator Lodge's motion to rcort tho
measure favorably. Of the eight ncg
ntlvo votes five were given by Hopubll
ran. Hale, Burrows, Dick, Nixon,
nnd Ilrandcgco and three by sugnr
ml tnlnrrn Democrats Culberson.
nnhols. nnd tttone. Three. Republicans
..idgo, iicvcrldge, and Long and
.wo Democrats McCreary and Car-
mack supported tho motion. Parti
tan lines could not have been moro
thorcuchlr smashed. Tho majority .of
! the Republicans repudiated their par
ty Administration, nnd wie majority oi
the Democrats repudiated their party
policy, under tho Joint pull of sordid
! interests and peanut politics.
the attempt to secure a favorable re
port failed, Mr. McCreary moved to ro
pori tho bill without recommendation.
Thnt got the tote of Mr. Nixon or Ne
iadti. but there wero still seven to six
against the proposition. In a last des
perate effort to glvo tho Semite n
tlinuce to net on tho matter, Mr. Lodge
moved an adverse report, but tho solid
sovrp defeated even that. Thus the
bill was Immovably lodged In a com
mittee pigeonhole, whence only very
unusual action by the Sennto could
get It out, and conscientious imperial
sts wero brought face to face with
the question whether It would not bo
best for us to abandon dependencies
wo had proved ourselves hopelessly
unlli to rule."
Hawaii can seo another sldo to this.
This Territory can appreciate tho In
Jury which the passage of tho bill
wonlc have done to established Amcr
Furthermore, the name
r senator Hale appearing ns tho lead
j cr 0f tho opposition Indicates that i
i llipre una Rnmcthlm- deener In tho.
mln , of , jea8t ono man than to dol
tho mero bidding of a gang of "octo
Senator Halo Is a leader njthe Sen.
ate, If not tho leader. Ho Is an Inde
pendent man. Ho Is sincere and able,
ile is ono of tho men who has most
cordlalIy gupported tho President in
Furnished house, Pacific Heights.
Four Dedrooms S7 00
Emma St. 30 00
Oandall Lane 25 00
Cor. Young and Aloha Lane,,., 18 00
Cor. King and Aloha Lane .... 20 00
Valklkl Beach' 40 00
College Hills 40 00
Klnau Street 27 50
Lunalllo Street 50 00
Trust Co., Limited.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT ST8.,
large nnd small affairs of slnte, jrrt
never hesitated to differ when ho be
lleved that to differ was right.
Therefore to get another side of the
nso It Is Instructive to read what Is
iinld by the Washington correspondent
or one of tho leading papers of Mr.
Halo's State. It should be remember
ed inai iiaio uareti lo jeopardize nisi
seat In the Senate by his consistent
but very unpopular attitude during tho
Hpanlsh-Americnn wnr. Ho did as lie
believed was right and let his re-election
to the Sennto Inko care of Itself.
Consequently there must be courngo
In tho man, It Collier's cannot sec vir
This Is tho way tho Journat of his
Stato sizes up the situation. The
Washington correspondent of tho Ken
nebec Journal, of Augusta, Me.,
"As big n committee victory as Sen
ator Hale has scored for some time oc
curred last week In the Senate Com
mittee on Philippines, where, ho ami
Senator Lodge, tho chairman, had a
friendly contest to determine which
should have a majority of tho commit
tee on his side. As Is already well
known Mr. Halo won handsomely. The
eight Republican Senators of the Phil
ippines Commlttco arc Lodge, Mass,;
Hale. Maine; Bovcrldge. Indlann: Bur
rows, Michigan; Long, Kansas; Dick,
Ohio; Nixon, Nevada; nnd Brandcgee,
Connecticut When tho final voto wns
taker, tho only Republican Senators
Mr Lodge found voting with him were
Bevcridge and Long. Tho others were
in a list with Mr. Hale.
"Tho fight was n prolonged one, al
though entirely friendly between Mr.
Lodge and Mr, Hale. Massachusetts'
Republicans nre friendly to some tar
lit revision, while tho
of tl.o Maine Republican
llaic tins all along argued
not good policy to enact
arm uiii, wincn is noi in mo microti
of the American producers of sugar, to. !
imcic nnu ouier inuusines in mo uni-
tril States. Above all. he believes tho
bill would undoubtedly open tho way
for tariff revision. I
"The senior .Maine Senator Is against
un iiii-uBiiru uf which .name iiimuer, ,
Malna farm products and Maino manu
facturlng Interests shall bo put on tho
free list or bcstibjeclcd to such a rato
of riuty that will be destructive of
those Interests In the samo way that
they were crippled and almost destroy
ed uy tho last Democratic tariff bill.
Ho camoout very successfully with his
strugglo before tho committee. Tho
friends of revision In the Senate, as
wull as In the House, recognize that,
I. A I. . I. a .Mi... fa.Hli.l.l. ........ .. i
1IO in W1U UlUSb UlIIIIUUMIl' UIJllUUl'lll Ul '
any form of chango In the tariff sched
ulcs that they luxve to meet."
Thus It appears that thcro wero nth
r things than peanut politics entering
Into the action of tho Senator from
Maine. And It Is entirely safe for Ha
waii to assume that honest conviction
rather than Trust dictation promrted
the action that assures continued pro
tection to American Industry here and
clicw here, 'though I'hlllpplno promo
tion lias to wait. We In Hawaii know
that tho Sugar Trust will bo especially
benefited by Philippine free trade. '
First Kid "Say, did Jimmy get sick
when ho tried to smoko dat cigar?"
Second Kid "Ycr see me smokln'
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
""RENT and company
Monday, April 2nd.
AT 8 O'CLOCK
WE WILL DEGIN A
WE MU8T CLOSE OUT OUR LA8T
8EN.8-iI?,Ci.,5..I-Jl-KE II th bo 'nB Playing with some
wnu, "f.r.SS NE.S22D3.LJ.,e.,, ""' ."i'u.tn. no tuned him and told
NOW ARRIVING. HENCE THESE htm t0 come wUh hra, lo took the
PRICE8. child along to.a secluded spot and called
SALE nlm towaius "him. lie caught him in
PRICE, tho tlothcs nnd hit lilm In lho st&macii
per yd. with his list. The child cried, Johnson
Lot 1. Checked Zlbellne, mixed (stuck his knife In his side nnd" niter-
colors; former price 60c....12!'jcJ wards hit Mm on tho head with the
Lot 2. Plain and Figured Clial- I handle of the knife. Then he dug a
lies, Tricot, Alpacas, scotch
Flannels and Melrose, former
price 75c and 1 25d
Lot 3. Plain and Colored Stripe
Serge, former price 60c and
Lot 4. Skirtings of Fancy Mo
hair, Cashmeres, Bengallnes,
Venetians, Silk and Wool
Crepe, Scotch. Plaids, former
price 75c to $1 50d
Lot 5. Bilk Stripe Scotch Flan
nel, Bedford Cord, French
Flannel, Flowered Challlea
and Striped Tricot, former
price 75c and 85c 50d
Lot 6. Double Width Melrose,
Serge and Fancy Mohair, for
mer price 85c and $1 GOr
Lot 7. Fancy Bedford Cord
Walstlnga and Satin Stripe
Challles, former price $1 . ...(155
Lot 8. Extra Width Blue and
Gray Suitings, former price
1-50 75d A 81
Lot 9. Black Silk and Wool Cre
pon, light weight, former
Price $3.50 S1.50
Wentworth M. Buchanan, John Cof
fee, L. C. King. Julian D. Harries, C
J. Ltidwlgscn, Henry Lyman, A. M.
MnlllB, T. II. Pctrlc, William It. Sopcr,
S A. Walker, John Waterhouse and
E. O. White.
The above named constitute tho
Jury which wilt try Frank Johnson,
who Is charged with murder In the
drat degrco for killing little Simeon
Wharton at Walalua with most unusu
al rtroclty a couplo of months ngor
The Jury was pronounced satisfactory
to loth parties at 11:40 o'clock this
forenoon. Tho actual trial will begin
at 2 o'clock.
Yesterday afternoon the defense. cx
, crclstd Its last peremptory challenge,
but tne panel was exhausted and thu
following special venire, the fifth in
1 the case, was Issued! Clifford Kim
ball, Geo. Trimble, Nelson B. Lansing,
Edwin llenner, Jas, K. Jaeger, Julius
Chas. O. Murasky, Chas. Hat-
Wm. Barclay. Percy M. Pond,
, goper, Frank J. Wallace, Geo. W.
j.'arr. Geo, P. Thlelen.
of these Donutv Sheriff Kalaklcia
h.i. nmrnini. mmin ttm fnllnn-lnir re
turn s served, minus a couplo who
wcrc excused: J. -Ascch. N. II. Lan-
,ngi o. J. O'Neill, G. W. Fnrr, W. Bar-
e)ny and W. II, Soper.
Nelson II. Lansing "was the first mnn
railed. Ho said that he was convinced
thai the defendant was Insane, and
wns therefore challenged by the prose
cuatlon and excused.
Geo. W. Farr was challenged by
both sides becauso he had an opinion
which evidence could not remove.
W. II. Sopcr was passed for cause
by both sides. This comploted the
juryi nx there were no more challenges
. .. ... .
" fnf I'llher glUC.
Attorney General Peters proceeded
to read the Indictment against John
son. It Is a lengthy document and
positively recks with gore. The de
tail? of tho revolting crime being min
utely described. The defendant winc
ed visibly when somo of tho most hor-
rlblo pnrts of it were read, i tie uouri
then Boro the Jury and a recess was
taken until 2 p. m when Peters will
make tho opening statement for tho
prosecution, whereupon the witnesses,
will be examined.
TRIAL UF JOHNSON BtGUN
IContlnued from Paa 1.)
Walalua. This placo was described In
detail with Its surroundings. A pa
thetic plcturo was drawn of the home
and the family life.
id tho family life.
On January 3 tho children weie called
gether to eat some apples, but "'"'
mcon was missing. He had been
en a few minutes previously, uelng
rocked In a swing outside the house by
and suspicion was aroused against the
defendant. Finally Johnson came to
the houso. Ho told Mrs Wharton that
ho had not seen the child III. shirt
bore blood nnd diit stains. The mother
asked Johnson to look for the child
nnd ho went off with a Japanese. The
Japanese wanted to go In the direction
uf tho spot where tho body wns later
found, but Johnkon told him to go in
Utter on some of the searchers found
joiin 11. ruiit-r. , n. .-. i.ionmuii, uvw. i iiiiu 10 run ueiwccn Honolulu nnu san nr iIppi-pp. nml Atrriwt nnuse rhnre.
contrary Is tmo It. Knln. Phan n. Wrlelit. Geo. II. Frnnrlso. .i .. i.i. '.,...!.... t r, ir-ti.tl
s. Senator, nownn. fJeo. J. O'Nell, Paul Jarrelt, C. P. Morse, general frckht nucnt ' ri.mrr.i with omiioiilament. 'nn.t Hhb
thnt It was, Clinton W. Crnndall, Manuel Costn, hero of tho A.-H. S. 8. Co.. slated this ... i,r,i win, vininttmr ttm ..ml.
a Philippine rim W Plnrk. Walter Starblrd. Wm. i mornlni? thnt llm illnnntntt iin,lnit,A.i. ., . n-i i..it -.i ...... .......
''""' 7 ".. :.... .........:".
In the mound tho dlsmem-
beied body of tho child was located
Tho police and Dr. Wood exterred the
remains, Johnson was not present at
the time iJiter on ho was found. Tho
police told him to remove his coat. bit.
no refused. Tho coat was removed and
It was found that his clothing bore
InlinKnn una ntnr.A.1 In tfill nhnrn hit
,.l.nli.,l thnt lin kllto.l thn rhlld. tl
'grave and dismembered the body be-
causo it was too largo for the hole ho
had dug. Johnson confessed the detail
ot his act describing eer) step ho took
Tho Territory expected to prove that
Johnson led the child to the spot where
the tragedy happeued, the death nnd
tho dismemberment. Also that thu
blood -on Johnsou'B tlothlng was that
of Simeon Wharton, and that the de
fendant confessed his own guilt. Oil
those facts the piosocutlon expected a
verdict of guilty ot murder In the first
O. L. Sorenson of tho Survey Depart
ment was called as the first witness to
testify to the accuracy of a map of the
Bcene of the murder, which will ueiutcd
during the trial.
Edward Eames, the 10th Infantry
man arrested on a charge of passing
bogus checks, has admitted bis fault
to the police. Ho says he does hot
know why he so behaved himself.
There Is a woman in the tragedy. She
needed tho money, or at least he
thought she did, Eames' Immediate fu.
ture Is uncertain.
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UK Ml AM I u
IN OCEAN CONTESTS
Secretary of tho Promotion Commit
tee Wood Is sending per S. S. Alameda
tomorrow letters to various Pacific
Coast yacht owneis, anklng them to
Join tho .ocean yacht race. Ho Is writ
ing tho following, that they may. If
they will, Join the five boats already
entered! M. A. Newell, 8an Francis
co; J, II, Hanlfy, San Francisco; M.
Slmpklns, San Francisco: Douglas
While, Lob Angeles; F. S. Stlmsott;
Seattle; Mr. Storey, University Club,
San Francisco; Mr. Maclean, Vancou
ver Yacht Club.
Fred, Waldron, now on tho Coast,
will be cabled to urge the above to en
ter tho race, and he will call on the
California Promotion Commlttco In
tho matter of that committee's offering
a cup for a race back to San Francisco
An Associated Press cable yesterday
nnnouncod that the contract had been
nwnrded for tho steamer of the new
ly referred to a new steamer for tho
A.-U. 3. 3. Co's connection between
Xcw York nml the Tehatintenen mil.
FOR API TERM
Tho Circuit Court calendar for the
April term was Issued todav. Thn
rules or tno court, which d ffer conald.
ernbly from those now In forre. am n
1. All cases, civil and criminal, ap- We will now call tho attention of all
pcarlng upon the Calendar for tho to this clipping from tho February
April Term, lOOtl. of this Court, are I number, 1906. of tho Undertakers'
and will be presumed and held ready ' Journal, known as The Casket, viz.:
for trial as reached. It Is, therefore,! Legal battle in United States Court,
hereby ordered that each and all of Tho Franklin Cooperative Burial As
said cases shall be taken up and dls- soclatlon of Dayton and Montgomery
posed of In their order, Irrespective of Counties, Ohio, consisting of tho fol
the manner In which preceding cases lowing firms of funeral directors, viz.:
may be disposed of, unless otherwise, O. P Boycr Sons, F. W. Becks Sons,
specially ordered. I Davln & Fortncy, John F. Harris, F. J.
2. When a case Is reached on tho Keller & Co., Edward Lutham, A. J.
(,'aitndar ind neither party appears,
tho caso will no to the foot of lho Pni.
endar .or bo continued for thn tirm ni -
dismissed, as In tho discretion of the
Court may appear proper. I
3. When a caso Is reached and but
one rarty appears tho trial Bhallnover-1
theltss nroceed. or such order .hnii i,'
made therein as may bo proper.
4. Annllcallnn fnr n mniit.,,.nM .
for nthnr tinmviitinn f ..-.' i.
j (n wrmn nnu- coma .. ' 1 " ."
a,lcrr"'"cVed on the other nv a?
icu',t twcmylu? hm.ra heforJ thn
...", . :. ',"""" "'?'."': """".court recently nnd fnr Mr. nnrl: dls.
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I n ,, " V' 'Ua,- for iff IErS T IT ' PnK th'g Permitted space '
, ?n J ' Ca dr 'l '"mTn' and thanking In advance on behalf of
'"V "" rR.,,c1 ,0 tno Sccoml J,"'K(!1ThU Itcllcf and Burial Association- of ,
' 8. ,V ,urt' . . ... 'Honolulu.
" A" Jury-wnivod enses, civil and ,
. criminal appearing upon tho Calendar
fr sn d term aro hereby assigned to
"10 Third Judge, df this Court.
" A" J"ry criminal cases at said
1 ,crra na" u0 Heard, tried and dlspos
l.i.,.i,iinn. m .i.i .,
ptesldlng nt said term.
8. utinng said term, upon annllca-
tlon to tho First Judge, all cases not
npprcrlng upon tho Calendar may bo
placed thereon and assigned by said
I First Judge to cither of tho other
i juuges, ns in his discretion may seem
proper; wnercupon said cobcs shall
come within and shall bo governed by
the provisions of this order.
This order Is also Intended to apply
alike to civil and criminal cases so far
In all criminal cases tho prosecuting
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W. are now showing for the Summer trade the Laroest and Fin.
at selection of SUITINGS we
mynoay looxing Tor quality and style.
WE ARE THE ONLY PEOPLE IN HONOLULU EMPLOYING
WHITE LABOR IN OUR WORKROOM.
If we don't give perfect satisfaction there Is nothing to pay.
Our prices are Not the highest In town.
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GARLAND STOVES and RANGES
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WHITE CHINA for Decorating
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FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
officer, at least three days before tho
first dny of the term, and thereafter
fro.u tlmo to time, shall furnish tho
court with a list of cases, not less than
fifteen, ready for trial, which list
shall be kept constantly full and com
plete. ThA criminal calendar contains 10S
cases, of which tho most Important aro
those of Frank Johnson nnd Kallko
Kaawaloa. charged with murder In the
her 332 cases and the Jury-walvcd cal
endar 472 cases.
Kiiltor Evening Bulletin: Will ytm
kindly permit us space for tho benefit
of thoBc Interested In burial associa
tions? Foi several months past the Harrl-
on Burial Association of Honolulu has
' been stating In tho columns of tho
' I ?.um',a,y-d,VCa!l,,.er tlL?l.A Ju,1Kmcnt ln
:?.,y""Ci.8' rf' CUrt 0n
i Infringement on Copyright.
i unger, mesingcr & iituuicr, Aiicnaei,
I Walter & Ben Westbrook, aro rojolc-
'lng over tho Legal Victory won by
I,,CITI ,n ,n0 unuca Biaics uouri ai
Cincinnati, In tho suit brought against
thcm n ycar "8 " Alexis P. Burk,
of, Hu,r,r,80n: ' .
In his suit Burk alleged that the
I FHl1ln CoOpcratlvo Burial Assocla.
' tlon was doing business under an In-
frlnEement on his copyright. Tho
Franklin Co-Opcratlvo Burial Assocla.
'o:l wa" represented by O. M. Gott-
8cha11. " XIr- l""k by Attorney Mc-
I'herson. Tl.o latter appeared In
' mined, the caso without record pay
Hllf 1111 I-I1HIH 1II1IH I'HinilllNIIIIIIT llllt llll'l
Ing all costs, thus establishing tho fait
that tho Franklin Co-Operatlvo Burial t
, Association was not nn Infringement.
F. W. WEED,
Tho year 1905 broko the Patent Of.
flco record. Teh totni receipts wero
ll.8W.000. ana tho department enjoy -
, fu mo uisiincuon. rare In Govcrnmcii
lv-;; "'."""' :"""..'"i '" ""'""'"."J
nuiiii h ill nuvinir us nu-n nvntinona nn,i
."";L .r"'. "".'. 1'-.
turning over to the Treasury a profit
of $327,000. Moro than 31,000 patents
unro .mni.,1 ,t,in., k. .i. .i.. i.
were granted durlne tho year, that ho.
Ing the largest number In tho history
of the office.
Swell circles Diamond rings.
'The speak-easy Is generally on the
shady sldo of.the street.
Ydu cannot always tell what a man
Is worth by tho size of his bank ac
ever handled. We cannot fall to pltase i
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
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From 10:30 a. m. to 12 noon.
I B Peterson to D A Dowsett. ...... . M
Est of W C Lunalllo by trs to dear,
tanslng & Co Itel
Allon Herbert and wf to Wllllbald F
M Felmy v .". . .D
Entered tor Record Mar. 26, 1906,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Horry Wicks to William Conrndt..P.ot
I Aono to K Matumoto . . . . , AL
t, Keawo aiaiaio to it u Kukona L
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From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
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P Low , o
Bulletin Pub Co Ltd to Bishop & Co
King Market to J II Raymond L
lsanc S Kalu and wf to J Alfred Ma-
Chailea II V Hitchcock and wf to
William ft Castle v
8arah K Laa and hsb ct al to West
& Hawn Invst Co . i t
Charles J Ludwlgscn to Cecil Brown
Lalka (w) to Edward Napuio'c't ail .PD
!. to William Laa . . . . .'.V. .5
nil nacicmaKuie oy ant Affdt
William lloa and wf to Chu Get ct
ai irs o
Naheana Kauha to Rebecca K Klnl
Debora Pahau ct nl by stiff to WII-'
Ham R. Castlo d
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From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
William It Castlo and wf to Mottle
P Glffard rj
Paull (k) to Abraham Pohlna ...!'.!d
Kalnweauraoku and wf ct al to Trs
of Latter Day Saints Church ...D
The Rapid Transit Company plans
lo ehnngc the schedule on Hotel and
Bcretanln streets and to Wnlalae ami
establish a 15-mlnute service from tho
end of the Llllha street line clear
through to Kalmukl.
Fine Job Printing at tho Bulletin,
It Is Cool
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