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nvns'iNO nuT.i-nTiN, Honolulu, t ir Momw. At'iui. : iton
The Little Ads with
Sse Iiiko H, NSW TO -
SPHCIAL NOTICES. I
BISHOP TRUST CO., LTD.
Street, on up itu
JIOUSi: I bedroom. Kln.'iii St. $."..
OFFHTS 111 modern building. King
flrrct npar Fort. $15 nml $20.
3 paying prnpprlles mi YoniiK street,
Will si II separately.
RulMIng lot mi KIiir street soxl.'.O
TrPS. rlr. Ilpmitlfiil location
Well luiprovpil Itu Willi thre'P rot-
tapes. $!( pit nioiilli. not rpvenun ID
per re nt. A bargain.
Fine rcnliloiii'P Willi large lot, King
Street 3 tint room
DISHOP TRUST CO., LTD.
CollnRO of -I bedrooms on Vlncanl
Kt. ami lOllaRe of 2 bedrooms on
Peek Avp Apply 8. 8. 1'Pik. 207
A i ullage on the Wnlklkl Ixni li.
nitlu-d in unfurnished. Apil
Jim. CukIiI). 2ii'i.'. Kalli roail.
Furnished liiiiisckpcplnir looms Willi
r.ik. nlsii r loom fuiuMicd coituM'
Inquire No V Ci llngc (triii.
A two story house. No. KCfi Ckpii
Btrret. liiriilshcd or unfurnished
Apply c. it. iipjiuiiiiH. 3.ti7 tr
Wuttitfen In Cbrlstly Lane. Apply
Wonc Kvtl, Smith St., inauka Hotel
Cheapest, roulest fiirnlKhi'il rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lano.
Twnslor) house nt Wnl.ilao and f,lht'"- " "f "'" '' For gl a y"r-
Ave Inquire on premises. 3.!2l-lm - - - ; T7, . ,
: . Jllnnk hooks of nil sorts. lPdRPrs
Newly fiirnlHli.il mosquito pioof rooms 'etc . manufat lured b the Ilulletln Pub
lit SI Vine..d St 272S-tf IIsMiir Company.
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
IlPkt Mar); hand from $2 to $3 u load
according to dlxtanro linulpd. Coral
rocks for stahle, roads and ldi
walks; firewood Third door IipIow
Klnir. Mnunnltpa Rt ; I'. O. box 820.
Telcpiiono Main 33C.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the;
Criterion HIiod. Jill Fori 9L
DYEING AND CLEANING. I
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
cIoIIiph: rcp.ilrs Ideyrloa and fur
nishes employers. G20 KIiir St .
For house-help, phone White 2391, Ma.
klkl. (Icnernl Kiuploymcht Office,
cor. Ponsarola nnd llerptanla.
Mr. Jat. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano wnrcrooms
of U n. Tlmycr & Co , l.r.8 Hotel St.,
opposite YounR Hotel. All onlrrs
for tuning piomptly nttended to.
Piano taught In 0 months by experl
enced teacher. $3 month (S lessonn);
speilal attention to adult beginners
Address Music, thlH office. 3328 tt
Tho Weekly IMIllon of tho HvcnlnR
nulletln lilvcH a complete fliirumnry of
the news of tho day. For SI a year.
44 4HH I H
.n, t-s-.T-j fiiiT.ii r nr
tibLLUI Wllii UAKt
It meant much to you. The home you build expresses your per
sonality. "Through Itt halls runs the story of your life." Your
home should be a credit to you; spend your money wisely; I can help
you make every dollar count.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
i l fTtt tTtttttlMttttttt
VVItoluHnlo t: Ruttill L'luor Dunlur,
Stock of Japanese and America Liquors 'inzal Salrrn In connection
IWILEI AND K
JOhTOFFICE BOX 86.
Do You Think?
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to,
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING CO.
J, F, COLBURN III, Manm' Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
the Big Results
DAY, for Now Adn.
llv ii. ai miuhk mini, to mult n few
lini n i rv illy hi'twccn hours of
'i mill I Aililri'SH A. V. 8.. 1". ()
Hot 2i.l ST 1 1 lv
Youin. n nn wi II t'tlmntril needs em
pl. Mm in fin a few months Ad
iln i 11 liiillctln nnis-lw
Urc( cnttlc for sale, at Ka
liii'iu Hanch, Knit. Ha
waii. 3212 tr
Fine corner lot in Mnklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
anil nil Improvement. Two min
utes' wallt from cars anil I'unahou
College. Address K. F, this offlce.
Vrri In spttlngs Pure lireil l'lvmouth
Hocks, liarroil or white. Tclephnno
While SSI. 3313-tf
Cheap Home near Parle, WalklVI.
Address R. 3. 1C. liulleltn.
A young man with some knowledge, of
iptnll IiiisIiioh to tnkp tliarRp of
Klin- Good salar lo the right man.
Addles (1. i:. llo 127. City.
10 ! Hawaiian anil Oriental stamp, post
t iicIk newspaper wrappings Will
ri ImiiKf. Address Itandolph 8til-
an (Ircpiiwonil. Ilrltlsh Cnliimhl.i.
UOOM AND BOARD
'.ooiu mid boaul for 2 RuutlcniPn nt
I If". KIiir St 3321 1m
It.lV horse no liraiiil KtrnPil from Her
rlanla Kt. nenr Knnliiimniiii school
F.f v.aiil at thin olllro. 3332 If
The Wockl) IMUIcm of the HvpiiIiir
Mtullitlii rIv, n icuuplctc Hiimmary or
Umbrellas r.nalred and brass polish
Ihb. Taknta, I2SI Kort KL
MONCY TO LENU.
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J
Carlo Pawn "c lintel and Union.
Estimates furnished, on all kinds of
pnlutliiR All work Riurnntend
i:nos Uio., Uiiton nhro Hotol St
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys. Music Iloxes, Sharpening of
Hno Cutlery. Hear union drill.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. S.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R ROWAT, D. V. S.,
777 KING ST. TEL. BLUE 3101,
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 002 STAN-
imnn i nniiernnT
TKLEP VE MAIN 8
ASSOCIATION ALSO SAYS
FAREWELL TO BEARDSLEE
VERY PLEASANT GATHERING AT
THE YOUNG HOTEL SATUR
DAY EVENING ELADOR.
Mi mbers of the Honolulu KnRlnrci
Iiir AiiKoilatton held inn. of their rlRhi
oll limps In Hip nial.nl pnWIlnn of
th.' Ah'snuder Young Hotel on Satin
daj iiIiir. Tlip only unpleasant fix
ture nhotil was that as tho exenliiR
iIipw to a rlose tho pioRrnm took the
form of a farewell to I. W. llcanlsleo,
who has been respoimlhle for ninny of
the Rood thlriHS In the rnieer of the
Association. The KnRlueers want
lteardslie to stay.
The tl le of the eenliiR was "pe.lro
with frills". There weie sixty two
iiiemhers and guests prespnt. nnd the)
all lind n silendld time. The ia llloii
was iIpc mated ns It lias never been he
foio Mrs. Ilennlslee. Mrs Keen nnd
Mr Hush superintended the decora
tions I'laRs of nil nations were Rroiip
(d nbout the ,lls. Aboe Hip plnyprs
was siis.opndpil n Rrrat flsh net sprlnk
It'd with plpps and Mowers mid nil
those llttlp trinkets that makp nn or
dinary fish net Into n decoratUo fea
ture. Perns nml (lowers were not
lncklnn nnd the letter "It" "i:" "A"
were promliipntly placed over the
niei of the stnRe.
Pfdro was the RQtne of the etenliiR,
(k'Mii tables IipIiir tilled by the play
ers There wne prizes. Rood ones nml
Jolly Rood fellowship tliiowu In. Theie
was "a stein on the table" and Imoii?
iile or plinth.
Willi- thP JihIrps wprp roiiuttiiR up
Hip flxurps lo make the nwnid. the
1 1 Ills bcRnu. A musical plctp by Knnl
i-.mti'd the hall ioIIIiir. tlenrdstpp
sntiR oiip of his ballads nnd tlipn the
new fbRlrninn, i:. C. Ilrnwn. innilc
some very npprnprlnte remnrks, at the
lim of wlili h he. In bebnlf of the As
soclatlon, prcspntPd Mr, llp.inlslee
wlt'i n ninRiiincent ebony elRnr eaiket
lllh'il with one hundred cholte perfce
los Mr llenrdsleo Is roIiir nwa. and
Mr. Ilrnwn s.ibl he hoped that while
these perfectos were mnkliiR his
li. 'nms pleasant his tlioiiRhts v.-oiitd
linn to Hawaii. Mr. Ileaidslee re
)uiiilcd In n spirit that left no dniih.
llruce Hnrtman entertnliied with n
innnoloRiie mid then the prizes wpro
nunriled, ns follows: First. A. M.
Simpson, KPfond. Mnrston CmnphPlI;
ihlnl. (!. II. (Iitp: fourih. C. (1. Munro.
1h' tonsnlntlnn was won by Mr. mi
I i.i tn nt .
The prizes wprp Pry Pliihnrn'p nnd
piiHintci! to the ARsotiatlon ns fol
lows I'll it prize, iloniitid by Honolulu
linn Works: tut rIiiss elR.ir bolder;
.alue. $2.'.. "
Sirond prlre. dnnnlcd by Hawaiian
i:i ilile Co.. iniihrplln: value. $10.
Third prize, donated by MikIiIiip He
pail in. lit. ou Hnmm YouiiK Co.. suit
insc, Millie, $10
Fourth prize ilouaied by Honolulu
llnplil Trn'iilt Co s eln: nlin. $7.M
Consohitlon prize donated b C.illon
Nelll Riild fob Millie. J I'..
I Jni F Morgan will sell nmoriow at
his Kn.ihummiu sir 'ft minion rooms
ibe "Tmo'lia" fin lory loin led ou l.lll
tin sticit The maihlnei Is nil ready
to hi pill together and lonniienie op
i ration. The building is new nnd fnun
n snultnry point or view It Is perfee,
The lot Is a large one.
Dr. Wile, who controls thu piopo.l
Hon, states that his pilnclpal reason
lor selling Is Illness1 In his family,
which will keep him back Fast. When
asked whither he would not lose ipille
an iimoiiut by foiling n sale, thn Doc
tor. who Is rich, teplled- "I have told
Mr. Mm Ran to sell. That's what 1
For Ran Frnnclsco, per 8. H Sono
ma. Milling April I. Captain Niblacl.
I' 8. N . nnd wife. Mis. A. K. l'rudeli,
Dr Fmlly Noble. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C.
KprliiR. 111. Woolsey, Mrs. Kelle), Mis.
Jiiild. Miss Keith. I). Newninn, .1 Wll
helms, Mr. nnd Mrs. V. P. Blaffoiil,
1). i:. ThoiiuiK nnd wife, Mr. mid Mis.
1" i: Wnlsh. It. It. Flshbain. Mist'
I ishbiiru. U. 8chmldt.
I'n i tn Molnkal polls, per stnir. Like
like April 2. Mr. mill Mrs. J. F,
liionn. Mrs D. Cishman. Mis. .1 N.
Krulolm nml live passeiiRers on ileik,
The iliac k llllls beetle has killed be
tween 711(1,01)11,01)0 nnd l.uoo.ii.iii.iiou
ft el or timber In the Ulnck llllls fin
est riseive It Is alio doing much
bin in In Coloiiulo mid New Meslco.
The Cm eminent has Issued u p.unpli
le on the wny to light It by fullliiR
mid hiiikliiK Infested lues.
Mis li inlinil I.ilke, who Wtote Ih.i
livinn ' I 'I hint; When I Ite.ul Thai
JHrtiil hloiy of Old," ded leienll) ill the
Isle of Wight. In her MM jear.
Ferry nnd Fernandpr, thp two r.cn
tlemeii representliiR the Osoilo. I.nlinn
nml I'oiimndez seltUmcnt nssoi latli'uiB
of 1 1 Mo. yesterday ami fodn) hod lonR
conferences with Land Commissioner
I'rntt reRnrdli)g the settlenieni of Homo
blocks of llnfinlau lands, wlihh the
meii'.bets of the nsoclatlons want op
ened for their benefit. Considerable
dlrfeteiues hne arisen fnun lime lo
lime between I'rntt and the prosper!
Iu sittlers, the principal bone of inn
.cntlon beltiR tho size of the lots. The
settlers first w allied I nil acres each,
while Pratt only wanted to rIvc them
I'rntt snld this mornliiR nfter the ion
ferenie that the seniors had tome
down In their demnnds. so Hint now
they only wanted thirty flvo acres
each. The representatives had been
xery nprci able and did not seem to be
in the lenst stubborn In their demands.
After seeing I'rntt, Fernnndez nnd
Ferry called on ArtltiR Governor At
kinson, with whom they nlso discuss
eil the mntter. Atkinson, when sen
aftvi this eonfelence. said that be ex
ported to have another meeting with
tho two representatives this afternoon
"They ndmllted to mi1," snld Atkin
son, "tbnt when they wnn ed 100 acres
of h.liil each, their purpose In getting
sue'.i IiIr pieces was speculation. They
also admitted that there were some
members of the associations who were
merely nfter the land for speculation,
who did not intend to live on the laud,
but merely to pet some valuable land
tor a small price They nskel, how
ver that thoie nimniR them who were
bona fide settlers, be not made to Hiif
fer for the faults of those who were
not In earnest, which I think Is per
fedly remonable. especially since ibe
associations llicmselvcH nre now try
Iiir to weed oiu the noii-hotia fide mem
hers, and hnve asked leave lo ihniiRc
their membership roll nccordliiRly.
"Tho settlers wnnt thirty ncres of
land each while I'rntt wants to rIvii
them only twenty flv . That inn Icr I
am roIiir to linve to Pratt, ns he
Knows more nhout these HiIiirs than
Tli Third Annua! Hibernian ball
III. ,111 I..I1I ,
will be Riven by Division No. 1 nnd
Hie Ladles' Auxiliary nt Progress hall
in the evening of Knster Monday.
Ap. II liUli. Those who have attended
iIichi i'M'hIk In Hip p.iHl know that the
mi ii, In rs of Hie A. O. II have the hap
py 1 nc u 1 - of PcrviiiR up pleasure In
the llinyl finished Hllc. The Kiln
.nl'lie In cliaiRe iihhiiics the pleasuie
luiing public Hint no efforts will be
spilled to make this n most enjojahle
It Is Mi-. Annie Kenrus' prlvlleg'
to In Ihe nrst to build a factory for
preservlliR our Island tropic nulls
Many In tin past liuvo made line cbul
lieys nnd J. Mies, bit! so far no factory
litis ever been stuileil to limnilfai till
ilelli Ions mil ntlriutlvo picivncH out
of i very piMslhlu Island fruit.
Kiiioiiiuged by tho universal approv
al of In i Jams and chutney, mid nlso
having eslalillshed an agency In Hun
Fiauclsco (Messis. Illlltiinn tiros,, 421
Market stivit, Ban Francisco, taking
the Mile iigcncy for the United Htates
exclusive of the llnwiillan Islundil).
Mis. Kemns hns today taken out n
pet mil to build n factiliy ou Adams
lane, rem of her piesent homo on Ifo
One ear ago Mrs. Kearns, n New
Xealamler by birth, hut now a lesldcnt
or Honolulu stmtcd a small thulney
fm lory. This was tho beginning of
what Is now fnst glow lug Into nil im
portant Islnnd Industry. Tourists aro
not long In tlndliiR out. where tho fac
tory Is, and aro delighted to get tin)
tiople prchcivcs inunufaituicd In a de
licious home -undo way by Mrs. Kearus
hciself. Her Mango Chutney, (luavn
llrlck, Tanmilnd Cheese, Chinese ()r
ttiiRi'K In Jelly, Plnenpplo Pickles, etc.,
me extensively liouglit mid sent to ev
eiy Stale In I lie Union.
One of tin- returning IIubIiichh Dele
gates says lie had Mrs Kcurns' chut
ney In San Krnndkra, New York mid
Mis. Kemns sent a enso tn the IV s
blent, wlili li was politely acknowledg
ed bj his secretary. Mis Kearns Is
feu innate In securing a location In ono
of the IcadlnR Htrecls opposite tho
splendid Young Hotel and qulto near
the pic tun sciuo and historic Iloyal Ha
waiian Hotel, whose guests mo largo
huyeis nt tho fnclory. Messrs. Hill
man Ilios of San Krmiclscn will In thn
fuluip lie thn nolo ngenls for the Unit
ed 8 ntes excluslvo of the Hawaiian
i:ery tourist should take honin nun
of our Aloh.i Collections of 43 Hawaii
an songs. Prim Jl.r.0.
WA1.I,, NI0HOL8 CO , lI'D.
!T Hi FI
ii m c
It. Hack. "eld & Company, Limited
The $5oo Ocean Yacht Race Trophy
The Beautiful White Rock. Golf Cup
TheBUiLETIN'S S2000 Prize List
Consisting of a $H00
tw-'v' "-"'&" ""r
Policv: a Silver Punchboult a Sewinry Ma-
chine; a btore Urder; a
f f If r 1 1 T .1 T- T . n
or Ijolr Lilubs ana Leather ap:: a ouit Case;
a Kodak Developing Machine. i
The winner of the ocean race cup will demonstrate the skill of hit
crew and the fine model of his yacht; the winner of the golf trophy will se.
cure the prize by good playing and steady nerve; but the finest prize of all
The Bulletin's Touring Car, will be ,3.tcst of personal popularity thatwlll
ettablith the reputation of the winner for. the next twenty-five years. Every
one stilt remembers that Capt. Slmeroon of the Island fleet, won The Bulle
tin's Binoculars; that Jim Gorman won tho diamond ring; that the Kohala
Club won the Pope-Tribune Runabout, but all these prizes put together do
not equal In value the tint prize In the present contest the Splendid Iteo.
This is not only a business enterprise of Tho Bulletin's, but It a splendid
opportunity presented to tho people of Hawaii. Both old and new tubtcrib-
" .,,. . i ,, i ,
tiy net. ' ' H
thc nftST PRIZE Is a Reo Tourlnn Car eomnlete. The Reo It the
1906 standard of Utilized Power; 1G
people, speed 35 miles per hour, price
u. u.mi, the foremost designer and builder of gasoline motor cart In the
United States. The Von Hamm Young
perience with many makes of autot it
noi nanoie any oui nign-graoo buifcbbi-uu auiomoDiiet.
THE SECOND PRIZE Is a handsome Kroener Piano, from the well-
known Island firm, The Bergttrom Music Co., who have handled this make
of piano since 1895, and hundreds or oeople in tho Territory bear testimony
to Itt fine tone, splendid workmanship and lasting qualities.
THE THIRD PRIZE It a 55000 Insurance Policy Issued by the Con- '
tlnental Casualty Co., of Chicago, The Henry Waterhoute Trust Co, are the
FOURTH PRIZE Is a Silver Punchbowl from the Jewelry establishment
of M. R. Counter, Tort street.
FIFTH PRIZE A S 10 Store Order, ietued by The Bulletin Publishing
SIXTH PRIZE A Domcttte Sewing Machine from The Von Hamm
SEVENTH PRIZE A. B. O. I. Sole Leather Golf Bag and a tet of'WIIIIo
Parke clubs, from the sporting goods department of E. O. Hall &. Son
EIGHTH PRIZE A Wlnchetter Repeating Rifle from the tportlng gbodt
store of Woodt & Sheldon.
NINTH PRIZE A Gold Mounted, Sole Leather Suit Cate from The Von
TENTH PRIZE A Kodak Developing Machine from tho Honolulu Pho.
to Supply Co. l
These ten prizes are the high-water mark of merit, value, tone and use-"'
fulnett In the Territory of Hawaii, The winning of them It a question of
votet and the votet may be had under the following conditions:
Rules of the Contest
The contett opened Thursday, February 1, and wilt dote at 5 o'clock p.
m. June 16, 1906,
WHO MAY ENTER.
Anyone may enter extent oertont
any person In the regular employ of
During this contest a new tubtcrlber will be underttood to be any per
ton who hat not been renularlv terved with Th Dallv or Weeklv Bulletin
for thirty dayo prior to February 1,
nouicnoia xo anoiner win not ue allowed, and all names handed In at NEW
mutt be subject to inveitlaatlon before votet are allowed.
THE FINAL COUNT.
The final count will be made by three Judges, selected from among those
having no Interest In The Bulletin and no active Interea) In any one of the
candidates. The vote will be announced by the Judges and the prizes award
ed according to their findings, there being NO APPEAL. Subscription ac
countt and everythlnn nertalninn to the contett will be ooen to their Inspec
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TODAY Is the day to get In; the first count will bo announced Thurs
day, February 8, 1906,
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SOLE ACENTS FO R HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
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- - ""' ""5 I
Winchester Rule; a set
a , a .1 . .j-
horsepower, 1500 poundt, teatlng five
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Co. tt agent for this car, and their ex
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1005. Transfers from one member of a
ChlpnRo, March 20. Attorney flener
al Moody sHike nearly all day In ihu
hearing of tho Immunity pleas ad
valued by tho patkers, concluding his
argument Just In tlmo to allow him to
Inkr a train for Washington. Ho do
chiil thru. tho plr Js' lf the packers
were not well founded, and Hint thu
packers could not bo entitled to Im
liliyiltyfJuvause they hail given their
lAldfrfiMrilU'lrown free will, nnd
linil not been placed on oath, nor Huh
JerJcil to couipulsh.)n of any kind. Mlxi
ilj tat0tlrli'((i grow v6VyViircnntle In his
references to tho Btntemeiits of tho
rJtnrncH for (he defendants, who had
claimed Hint their clients could nnt ho
uiinlshed hecniisa thev hml voliintnrllv
RlvlJii4i'Vidence t' Commissioner (lar-
nftnrnoon Mmidy re-
rllten bv I'resl-
irerrt linoseveu to llio Attorney tlener-
al. -which -was placed In tho record of
lha case by tho attorneys for thu
packers. He said:
"It has been snld here Hint the Pros
"1CIU wrllln u "'"'r reierring 10 mis
iHtcr n v?1 ' "
UlJiiilillniit.Rhe.niVIr best to their cli
ent,!, but If they felt It their duty to
plate tbnt letter In evidence, when It
touthCH upon anolicr subject, against
UiJ mail In, tli.' White House who ii
MmaMoJlo. fonie here lev protect him
self If they feel It their duty to ninkw
their attack iikiii hlin, I have little
more lo xry."
"In justice tn us," snld Attorney Mil
er. "I would ilko tho Attorney General
loji'xpj.ifn how, since thn letter was
made n public document by him, it
could he an nttnclc upon tho I'resl-
j'Vl'Z'i ... . l
t" will nlliiw m'y, stfileniont to slnnd
uniunlllled, retorted tho Attorney
Moody (hen declared Hint It was on-
(ytlioso who had committed acts with
out tbl law and wlili fonn-d tho law,
who nought to be protected .by It.
"Ul'l'" .,,1C learned Attorney (leneral
lorgot that Mr. Garfield told these, do
feiidanls that lio was hero to Investi
gate a violation of tho Injunction Ifl-
Hiie.l nRulnst them restraining them
from acting In violation of tho law
ngnliiHt restraint of trade?" asked At-
ter"Ri'- . -. . t
i uoiuoc lorRci,. reiiucu, mo Aiior
"I do not care.
to Klfowt that tli cue meiVwere warned
Hint' criminal nC'tlon 'might bo taken.
If they did then seek tho protection of
thn law. having been warned ,tho fault
ftstCBLlr -own, tho responsibility is
theirs, mid tho results fall upon their
In concluding his address Attorney
(leneral Moody said:
"If on theso propositions tbeso do
fendantH escape a trial It will bo a ca
lamlty to tho Government and for
theso defendants. I hold for IIipiii
that they aro Innocent until they aro
proved to bo guilty. You, Judgu
Humphrey .nlone of all tho 80,000,000
people of this land have the solution
of this question, nnd t leave It with
confidence to jou."
Chicago, March 18. In sjiltc of pre
dictions of a decrease In the number of
huloons, the passage of the $1000 llcensn
!iioiiilsc.i.to liave no such effect and tin)
ilti?iti)t' revenue from dram shopi
ilhrliiR the coining year may reacn moro
Hum $8,000,000 double, tho amount or
las year and, perhaps, even more.
Hlnco the pasasgo of thn llarklu or
dinance limiting thn number of sallotm
In the city business has been brisk al
tho salorm license window In the City
Collector's olllcc mid from two to ten
liow licenses hnvo been Issued dally.
Many other persons nro planning to
takn out permit! on May 1 to open sa
loons, and It Is predicted that when Hip
llurkln urdlumuo goes Into effect on
Mny 15 the maximum number of sa
loons In Chicago will hnvo reached
9000. If this prediction proves trim Hip
additional rovenuo given to the city by
the milled license fee will leach mora
limn $1000,000, mid, besides furnishing
lim cltv u flrst-dnss police force, will
puivlde funds to carry out many needed
public Improvements unci fill the ind
ent depleted tieasmy.
Tliice yents ago ono llfty-lhniisanillh
of a pun ml of indium could be bad In
London for $2.., but now Hint the Aus
trian Government has prohibited the
exportation of radium, Hint amount a
incio speck, would cost $350,