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HVRNINO BUM.KTIN. HOKOM'MI. T II . MONDAY. AI'IUI. 2. IW,
The Utile Ads with
Hoc rnjjo S, N3W TO -
SPUCIAU NOTICES. I
DI8HOP TRUST CO., LTD.
Ill') Up. llll
IIOUFIi:- I bedrooms, Klnnii SI. $3.1.
OITICHS In modern building, KIiir
street nrar Tort. $1G ami $2ti.
3 paying proportion on Young street,
Will sill separately.
Ilulldlng lot nn KIiir street snxl',0,
Tro. etc. ltonutlful litem Inn.
Well Improved loi ullh three nil-
tngcs. $C0 per inontli. net rcvi-nun 10
!or nut. A bargain.
I'lne resident e with large lot, King
Slroit 3 bedrooms
DISHOP TRUST CO., LTD.
Cntlngn of .1 lii'dioiiniH on Vlnoj aril
St. unit loltiiKv of 2 bedrooms on
Pock Ae Apply S. S I'eik, 2!t;
A cnllngo on tlu- Wulklkl liondi. fiii--niskod
or unfurnished. Apply lo
J 111). C.iiifclily. L'iMi.'i Klllil road.
l'tirtihdioil housekeeping minis with
g.is, nisi) ' iiKiiu fnitiMii'il i (il In).'
llliillro No s. I 'i tinge (lrno.
.1322 t r
A two glory limine, No W30 (In on
turret. 1'iiriilslioil or unfurnished
Apply C. II. Ke)iwlds. 3317 tf
Cottage In Clirlstly Lane. Apply
Wane K(J, Rmlth St., tnauka Hotel
Cheapest, roolost furnlMlu'il rooms In
city. Helen's Court. Adams lano.
Two story house at Wuliilno nml r.tli
Ae Inquire on piemlttrs 3321 liu
Newly fiirulHli.il monpiltn piuiif room
lit M Vim), d St 272vtf
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Dent black hand from $2 to $3 u load
according to dlHtntuo liaulrd Coral
rooks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Mnuiinkr-a St . 1'. 0. box 820.
Teler'jono Mnlu 300
Fjr a nice, smooth shave call at the ;
Crlterlou Blum, llll I'on SL
DYEING AND CLEANING. I
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothen; rcp.ilrs lib yrh's and fur
nishes employees. 520 King St. i
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. I
For house-help, phone White 2391, Ma-j
klkl. (leiiernl Kmployimmt Office,
cor. Pcusnrola and Ileretnnla. I
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano wnrerooms
of I,. H. Tha)cr & Co, K.8 Hotel St.,
opposite) Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning piomptly attended to.
Piano taught In C months by experi
enced lonelier: $3 mouth (K lessons);
fpei.lal nttontlon to adult beginners.
Address Music, this ofllce. 33J8tt
Tho Weekly IMltlon of tho Evening' W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
Ilulletln gives a complete summary of COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 002 STAN
Iho news of tho day. For SI y"r- CENWALD BUILDING.
t SELECT WITH CARE
- It means much to you. The home you build expresses your per-
-f sonallty. "Through Its halls runs the story of your life." Your
-t home should be a credit to you; spend your money wisely; I can help
you make every dollar count.
; W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
Telephone- White 1)31
TTHr tf ttttifttttT t ttttft t1
V. SUGA SHOTEN
WholuMfilu S; Retail L'lunt- Denier,
B o Stock of Japanese and America Liquors 'anzal Salccn In connection
IVILEI AND K
WOftTOFFICE BOX 88
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.
i, F, COLBURN III, Manty -. Office, KAPIOLANI DUILDING.
the Big Results
DAY, for Now Ada.
llv mill voting mull, to work n row
lull!" t wnr lily between llDlim of
! ninl -1 Addioss A. V. H, r. ()
1!" 2i.l mil Iw
Yi'iin. n no II i-diiintoil. needs em
iliiiniii foi n row mouths Ail
dr. m II Hulletln 3313 iw
Href entile for salo at Ka
li hu'in llancli. Knit. Ha
waii. 3212 If
Finn corner lot in Mnklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvement. Two min
utes' walls from cars and Punahou
College Address It. K this office.
Cggi In settings Pure broil t'l) mouth
Hoiks, barred or white Tclephonn
While S31. 3319-tf
Cheap Homo near Tarlc, Walklkl.
Address It. 8. 1C. llnllotln.
A young man with mmr knowledge of
M'tnll business, to take charge or
xti ii' Ci'iul x.lbir in the right ninn
Ai'diis (1 i:. llnx 127. City.
llnunllan and Di lentil 1 stamps, pnl
ends newspaper wrappings Will
exi hniiKi'. Address Itamlotpli Stu
art ilit'i'iiwooi! HrlllKh Coluuilila.
MOOA1 AND BOARD
.oinu mid board
tt!rt King St
Il.iy horse mi brand. Kirn) oil rrom Her
rtunla St nonr Kiinliiinninii sthonl
Krwaul at thin ollltc 3332 If
The Wool,!) I Mil Inn of tho livening
I Hull. In gli ii iimiplelo Kiiiumary of
I 'ip news of the day. For g a year.
Illnnk books or nil sorts, lodgers
etc , innnuriKtiiroil b) tho Ilulletln I'uli
Umbrellas r. paired end brass polish
lug. Tukutn, 12SI Kurt 8L
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J
Carlo Pawn ".( Ilolnl ntid Union.
estimates furnished, on all kinds of
pilntlni- All wort: guaranteed
linos Huts., Union nbfo Ilntol 8t
See- Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys. Music Iloxes, Sharpening of
Kino Cutlery. Hear Union OrlU.
inn muitmiammm ww m M . T
A. J. DERBY, D. D. S.
DOSTON DUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING ST TEL. BLUE 3101.
l -Uf4- fH
tELEP SE MAIM BJ
ASSOCIATION ALSO SAYS
' FAREWELL TO BEARDSLEE
VERY PLEASANT GATHERING AT
THE YOUNG HOTEL SATUR.
DAY EVENING CLADOR.
Mi tubers of the Honolulu Diglnrei
lug Ansoi Intlon hold one or their rlglii
Jolh limes In the lunl.nl pavilion of
llio Alexander Young 1 Intel on Satin
da) iM'iilng Tho only unpleasant ren
lure nboiit wns that as tho evening
diow to a clone the ptogrnm took the
form of a farewell to !' W. llonrdslcc.
who has been responsible for many or
the good things In tho rnteer or llio
Asviclnlloii. Tho l.uglliocrs want
lloardslii' to stay.
Tho tl li or tho evening was "pe.lro
with frills". There woio sixty-two
mi'iiibi rs nml guests picsent. ami (hoy
all had n splendid time. Tho pavilion
vuix dciorntfd as It has never been bo
ron Mrs lleardsleo. Mis Keen nml
Mr Hush superintended the decora
tions Kings or nil nations were group-
id nhout the .wills Above the players
wns suspended a great fish net sprlnk-
lid with pipes and Mower nml all
thoKc little trlnketH that make an or
dinary fish net Into n ileiorntlve fen
lure. Kerns nml flowers wore noi
larking and the letter "II" "IJ" "A"
were prominently placed over the
"ire I of the stage.
Pedro was the game of the evening,
i lev en tables bring filled by the play
ers There welo prizes good ones anil
Jolly good follow ship thrown In. Theio
wns "n stelu on tho tnble" nml liriou?
nde or punih.
Whll" the Judges were counting up
liu- figures to innko llio awnnl. Un
it III began. A milslenl pleie by Knnl
h. lilted the bull rolling. Ilonrdstee
KIiir; one of bin ballnds mid thou the
now ihalrinnti. II. C. llrnun, made
Komo very appropriate tomnrks, nt the
i lorii of width ho, In liehnlf of tho As
sociation, presented Mr. Ile.inlxleo
vvlt'i n magnificent ebony elgnr mkct
llllt'il wlih one hundred iliolie perfoe
los Mr. Hem ilnlee Ih going a'.vn.v. and
Mr. llrnvMi said ho hitpoil that while
llieso perl eel on worn making bis
.Ii earns pleasant Ida thoughts would
nun to llnwnll. Mr. ileal ilnlee re
.iinilid In n spirit that left no doub
llruec Ilailninn eiitoilalned with n
monologue mid then tho prizes wore
iuwirili'd, ns follows: Klrst. A. M.
Simpson, hoi ninl. Mnrston Campbell;
ihlnl. (1. II. (lero; fourth. C. CI. Munro.
Th' .oiisnlntlon wnH won by Mr. von
Tbo prlzc-H were vciy obibnrn'o and
pK'iuti'd to tho ARMKlnlliin ns fol
I'll tit prize, ilountiil by Honolulu
linn Works: out glass ilgar holder:
value, J2.1. 1'
K.iiiml pi Ire. dnnnlril by Hawaiian
Kl iiile Co uiubri'lln: value. n.
Third prl7i douatod by Mai blue He
put i rm nt. von I In linn Young Co: suit
iiihi . value. $U
I oiirth prle donntoil by Honolulu
Itnplil Transit c h oln; vnlui $7 .in
CoiiMilnllon irl7e donntoil b) C.iltun
Nolll gold rob value. fi.
Jan K Morgan will sell onioriovv nt
111 h Kn.ihumnuu sir et nuiilon iiioniH
iho "Tmo'iia" fin tin y louili'd ou l.lll
bn stteot The mnelilnerj Is nil toady
lo hi put together nml iiinimemo op
iiutinu. The building Is now nml Horn
n Hiinltnr) point or vlow II Is pcrfoc.
Tho lot Is n Inrge one.
Dr. Wile, who controls tbu piopo!
linn, stntes Hint his pilnilpjl icnsoii
lor selling Is lllnosit In Ids family,
which will keep lit in back I'ast. When
uskoil whither ho would not lose tpilto
an amount by fine lug n sale, tho Doc
tor who Is i It Ii, lopllod: "I havo told
Mi Mm gun to sell. That's what I
l'or Ban Kinnolscn, per 8. 8 Bono
mn. Milling April I. Cnptnlu Nlbluik
U S N. nml wire. Mrs. A. K. I'riideii,
l)r Hmlly Noble. Mr mid Mrs. II. C.
Spring, Dr. Wimlsey. Mrs. Kolley, Mis.
.Iiidd. Miss Keith. 1). Nowmnu, .1 Wll
holms. Mr. mid Mrs. W. P. Slnfford,
D i:. ThoimiH iin.l wife, Mr. nml Mrs.
K- i: Wnlsh. It II. Klshbain, Mlsc
Msbbuin, It Schmidt.
I'm in Molokal potts, per stnir. I.lko
like Apill 2 Mr anil Mrs J. K.
liiown. Mrs I) Ciuhmnii. Mrs .1 X.
Kiiilohn nml five passengers ou dock,
The lllack Hills bt'ille him killed be
tween Tim.oon.ooil nml 1,000 o.io.iioo
loot of Umber In the lllnck Hills fin
ist UKeive It is also doing ninth
bium In Colorado tind Now MeUo.
The (Inwrnmcnt has Issued n p.ituph
le mi die wny to light It by rolling
mid Inn Mug Infested lite.
Mis Ii uilluil l.ilko, who wintn III.)
hymn. I Think When I Head Tlint
Swiil hloiy of Old," ilod leeentl) In the
Isle of Wight, III her !)Ut ear.
Kerry and I'ernaiider, the two gen
tlemen representing the Usorlu, Lillian
and I'einniiilez settle nieiit nssoilatlAns
or llllo, yestordny and toilny had long
conrorenees with Land Commissioner
Pratt regarding the settlement of some
blocks or Hnknlau lands, which tho
Ineir.beis of the nssnrlatlons wntit op
ened ror their benefit Considerable
differences linxo nrlsen from time In
limn between Pratt mid the prospect
ive sutlers, tho principal bono of ion
.etitlon being the size of the lots. Tho
settlers first wanted inn neres caih,
while Pratt only wanted to give them
Pralt said this morning after the con
ferento that tho settlers had tome
down In their demands, so Hint now
I hey only wanted thirty live acres
enoh. The representatives had been
very agrciable nml did not seem to he
In the least stubborn In their demands.
After seeing Pratt, fcrnandez mid
Kerry railed on Acting (lovernor At
kinson, with whom they also discuss
ed tho mat tor. Atkinson, when so"ii
nttui this i onfeieiire. said that he ex
pected to have another mooting with
tho two representatives this afternoon-
"They admitted to mo," said Atkin
son. "Hint when they wairod lOOncios
of h.ml onih. their purpose In getting
Hiu-Ii big pieces was speculation. They
also admitted that there were some
members of the associations who wore
merely after the land ror speculation,
who did not Intend to live on tho land,
but merely to got some valuable land
tor n small price. They aske.l, how
ever that those nmong them who wore
liiinn flde settlors, bo not mndo to stir
rer Tor tliu rmiltH or those who wort-
no! In enrnest, which I think Is per
roitly ronrounblo, especially since iho
associations Ihemsi'lves nro now try
lug lei weed out the lion bona fide mem
hers, mid hnve nskod lenvo to ihango
their membership roll accordingly.
"Tbo settlers wnnt thirty noies of
Inml enoh while Piatt wnnts to give
them only Iwent) flv . That m.i ler I
am going to leave to Pratl. ns ho
! knows more nhout these things than
1 i .I.,
Tlr Third Annual Hibernian hall
will bo nil en by Division Nn. 1 mid
i lie (..idles Auxiliary at Progress ball
on tbo evening of Knstor Monday
Aptll Kill. Those who havo intended
thi'si eviulK In tho p.isi know Hint tbo
inembeis or tho A. O II. Ii.ive the Imp
py Ini uly ol solving up pleasure In
Iho moyl lliilidii'd stjte. The iiiiu
.nl'tie In i lull go iikhiiu's the pleasure
loving public Hint no efforts will bo
spuii'd to innko this a most cnJo)ablo
Il Is Mt. Annie Konrns' prlvlleg'
to In the llrst to build n fnctory fin
picfcnlng our Island tioplc IiiiIih
.Many In liu past havo made flin iliut
nt's nml J' Hies, bin so far no hit nny
has over been started to ninuiirni tin
ilollcious mil ntlinctlvo ptoseives out
of every possible Island fruit.
Kniouiugoil by tho universal approv
al or In i Jams mid chutney, and nlro
having established mi ageney In Han
Kinnclsio (Messrs. Illllmmi Urns,, -121
Mnrkit street, San KrauelHco, taking
l ho solo agency for Iho United States
exclusive of tho Hawaiian Inluiulij).
Mis. Konrns has today taken out n
penult to build n fnctoiy on Adams
lino, rear or her picsent home on ifo
One jear ago trs. K earns, n New
Zi alaniler by lilrlb, hut now n leslilent
or Honolulu, slnited a small chutney
rnt lory. This wns tho beginning or
what is now fast gi owing Into nn Im
portant Island Industry, Tourists aio
not long In finding out, where the fac
tory Is, nml nro delighted to get the
tropic preset ves manufactured In a de
licious homo Hindu wny by Mis. Konrns
herself. Her Mango Chutney, (luava
llrlck, Tamarind Cheese, Chinese Or
iinges In Jelly, Plnenpplo Pickles, etc.,
me oxtenslvily bought mid sent to ev-
ciy Slnte In tbo Union,
One id (In returning Ilusluess Dele,
gales sns ho had Mrs. Konrns' chut
ney In San I'rnnelso, Now York mid
Mis. Keaius sent n easo to the Pr'S
blent, which wns politely nrkuovvledg
ed Ii) his secretary. Mis. Kearns Is
rm lunate In securing a Inratlon In one
or the leading streets opposite the
splendid Young Hotel nml qulln near
tho phturisquo and lilstmlc Ilojnl Ila
wnllau Hotel, whoso guests aio laigo
bU)ois at Iho factory. Messrs. Hill
ninn Hios or Ban Krone Isro will In tho
1 ut in bo Iho solo agents for tho Unit
od S Hies exclusive or the Hawaiian
Hvery tourist should lake homo onn
of our Aloha Collections of 43 llnwnll
nn songs. Prim Jl.r.O.
WALL. NICHOLS CO., lll).
IT HA HI'I
Of Hawaii For 1906 '
The $5oo Ocean Yacht Race Trophy
The Beautiful White Rock. Golf Cup
The BUI LEWS S2000 Prize List
Consisting of a $1400
t"irr TJ" TT
yoDv jrxroegcr riano;
Policy; a Silver Punchbowl; a Sewing Ma -
chine; a Store Order; a Winchester Rifle; a set
of Golf Clubs and Leather Bag; a Suit Case;
a Kodak Developing Machine, J
The winner of the ocean race cup will demonstrate the skill of his
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.artcst of personal popularity that will
establish the reputation of the winner for the next twenty.fivo years. Every
one still remembers that Capt. Slmerson of the Island fleet, won The Bulle
tin's Binoculars; that Jim Gorman won tho diamond ring; that the Kohala
Club won tho Pope-Tribune Runabout, but all these prizes put together do
not equal In value the first prize In the present contest the Splendid Iteo.
This Is not only a buclness enterprise of The Bulletin's, but Is a splendid
opportunity presented to tho people of Hawaii. Both old and new subscrib
ers are entitled to votes which may be turned In for any nerson the holder ,
THE FinST PRIZE Is a Reo Touring Car complete. The Reo Is the
1906 standard of Utilized Power; 16 horsepower, 1500 pounds, seating five
people, speed 35 miles per hour, price S1 -100. Invented and built byo, R.
E. 0Js, the foremost designer and builder or gasoline motor cars In the
United States. The Von Hamm-Young Co. Is agent for, this car, and their ex
perience with many makes of autos is a sufficient guaranteo that they wilt
not handle any but high-grade SUCCESSFUL automobiles.
THE SECOND PRIZE Is a handsome Kroeger Plcno, from the well
known Island firm, The Bcrgstrom Music Co., wher have "handled'thlB mako
of piano since 1895, and hundreds of neopte In tho Territory bear testimony
io us tine lone, spiencna worxmansmp and lasting qualities.
THE THIRD PRIZE Is a 5000 Insurance Policy Issued by the Con
tlnental Casualty Co., of Chicago, The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co. are the
FOURTH PRIZE Is a Sliver Punchbowl from the Jewelry establishment
of M. R. Counter, Tort street.
FIFTH PRIZE A S-IO Store Order, Issued by The Bulletin Publishing
SIXTH PRIZE A Domestic Sewing Machine from The Von Hamm
SEVENTH PRIZE A. B. G. I. Sole Leather Golf Bag and a set of 'Wllllo
Parke clubs, from the sporting goods department of E. O. Hall & Son:
EIGHTH PRIZE A Winchester Repeating Rifle from the sporting gbods
store of Woods & Sheldon.
NINTH PRIZE A Gold Mounted, Sole Leather Suit Case from The Von
TENTH PRIZE A Kodak Developing Machine from tho Honolulu Pho.
to Supply Co. t
These ten prizes are the high-water mark of merit, value, tone and use-"'
fulness In the Territory of Hawaii. The winning of them Is a question of
votes and the votes may be had under tho following conditions:
Rules of the Contest
The contest opened Thursday, February 1, and will close at 5 o'clock p.
m. June 16, 1906,
WHO MAY ENTER.
Anyone may enter except persons or anyone In the Immediate family of
any person In the regular employ of The Bulletin Pub. Co., Ltd.
During this contest a new subscriber will be understood to be any per
son who has not been regularly served with The Dally or Weekly Bulletin
for thirty dayo prior to February 1, 1906. Transfers from one member of a
household to another will not be allowed, and all names handed in as NEW
must be subject to Investigation before votes 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 Interest 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
counts and everything pertaining to the
NO TRArJ8FER OF VOTES.
Only one name can be written on anv ballot, and transfers of votes
from one candidate to another will not be allowed.
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properly filled out with the name of the party for whom It is desired to vote
ana acposuea Willi I ne tvening UUIletln WITHIN ONE WEEK AFTER
THE DAY OF ISSUE, will be credited as ONE VOTE. Additional vote
credits will be allowed as follows;
For each NEW SUBSCRIBER who has not been regularly served with
The Evening Bulletin within a period of thirty days prior to the first day
of February, 1900vlf paid cash In advance, credits will be allowed, as fob
Dally 1 year $8.00 3500
Dally, 6 months 4.00 1500
Dally, 3 months 2.00 750
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Weekly, 1 year 1.00 425
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Cash payments on all other subscriptions, either payments In advanea
or on account of arrears, will receive vote coupons when payment is made,
BUT NO VOTES WILL BE CREDITED UPON SUMS LE8S THAN 50(t.
In other words, votes will be credited for cash payments on regular sub
scriptions as follows:
Dally, 1 year $8.00 3000
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Dally, 3 months 2.00 COO
Dally, 1 month 75 200
Weekly, 1 year 1.00 400
Weekly, C months 50 175
TODAY is the day to net In! the first count will be announced Thurs
iV (Brunswick Club)
1859 Bourbon Whiskey
OAK VALLEY DISTILLING CO., COVINGTON, lV.
This celebrated brand of Whltkoy Is expressly distilled to suit the HA
WAIIAN TRADE. It Is made from the very best grain grown In the most
favored regions of Kentucky, best adapted for that purpose. All prominent
physicians recommend It for medicinal and family use on account of Its pur
lly and excellence. 8EE THAT YOU ONLY DUY THE GENUINE AR
TICLE, to be recognized by the Cork and Dottle being branded with our
firm name; put up In eatss containing I doz. quarts; also told In barrels
and half barrels.
DRAUNSCHWEIGER & CO.,
& Company, Limited
SOLE AGENTS FO R HAWAIIAN
Reo Touring CwlPZZ
a duuu insurance
contest will be open to their Inspec
Inc., San Francisco.
Chlrngo, Mnrrh 20. Attorney Honor
nl Moody Mpoko nearly all day In tho
hearing of tho Immunity pleas ad
vanced by tho packers, concluding his
argument just In Unto to allow him to
tnkc a train ror Washington. Ho do
iiJlfd lull. tho pleas' or Hit' paikers
were not well rounded, mid that tho
packers could not bu entitled to hit
Itliyiltyghikcatisp thyy had given their
iM.ltncc'o'r ilielr own free will, and
hnd not been placed on oath, nor sub
JerJcil to c ouipiilsbjii or nny kind. MIhi
il) tat jfLiliiti grew viry'stircnstle In his
loforonoos to tho stntomeiits of tbo
rjlonievs for tho derendnnts, who hail
rlalmed Hint their clients could lint bu
nuiiixlieil because, thev hnd voluntnrltv
glvtiji'Vldeiiro Ig Comuilssloner (lur-
irnoon Mmidy re-
I feiVcd lo tho letter written Itv Prosl-
lAnMttwv, u, mo ah.,. ney doner-
itnrcd In tbo record of
tho attorneys for tbu
puckers. Ho said;
"It has been said here Hint tho Pros
blent wrote a loiter referring to this
mnUeif 1 mn tho hist jumi In the
world .In say, lhit those gentlemen
fdjJiul.lLiiot.fihe.iliVir best to their cli
ent i. but H they felt It their duly In
place that loiter In evidence, when It
lopebts upon nnoher subject, ngnlnst
t,li) niuti In, th White House who Is
littabln) mil Come here In protect him
self If they fool It their duty to mako
their nllncl; upon him, I havo little
more to IT"
"In justice to us," said Attorney Mil
ler, "I would HKo tbo Attorney (leneral
loji'xpj.ifn how, since tbo letter was
made a public document by him, It
muli! be mi attack upon tbo Presi
Vl will allow in'&Mutoniont In stand
uiiipmlllleil, retorted tho Attorney
(leneral. ' ,
Mooiiy fhen declared Hint It was on
hvtlioso who had committed acts with
'out th law nml' whit f fa reel tbo Inw,
who sought (o f protected .by It.
"pjips Hie learned Attornuy (leneral
lorget that Mr. airfield told theso de
fendants that bo wns hero lo Investi
gate a violation of tho Injunction In
sued ngnlnst them restrnluliig them
fiom noting In violation or the law
ngnlnst restraint or trade?" nsked At
41 uojuni inrgei, roptiou, 1110 iviior
tfoj (fractal, "I do not care. It goes
In Ruiiw that theso niPrtworo warned
Hint' criminal notion 'might bo taken.
U they did then seek tho protection of
the lavs, having been, wnrncd ,tbo fault
Is Hath; town, tho ruspo'iisllilllly Is
theirs, mid the results fall upon their
In concluding his address Attorney
(leneral Moody said:
"If on theso propositions theso de
fendants escnpe a trial It will bn a ca
lamity to tbo Government nml for
those defendnnts. I hold for them
Hint they nro Innocent until they nro
proved to be guilty. You, Judgu
Humphrey .nlono of nil tho 80.000,000
people of this land hnve the solution
of this question, nml f lenvo It with
confidence to you."
Chicago, March 18. In sjilte of pre.
dictions of n dcrrcaso In tbo number of
saloons, tbo passage of tho $1000 lltcnsn
monilscs. to have no such effect and tbu
'JildRlyntitt' Menuo rrom dram shopi
iMiring 1110 coming yenr niny roacu more
tluin js.000,000 doiiblo Iho amount or
as year and, perhaps, even more.
Slnto the pasnsgo or tbo Hnrkln or
dinance limiting the number of saltans
In the illy liuslness has been brisk at
tho saloon license window In thn City
Collei tor's otllre nml from two to Ion
liiiw licenses have been Issued dally.
Many other persons nre planning to
take out penults on May 1 to open sa
loons, and It Is predicted that when the
lliirkln ordlunmo goes Into effect on
May 15 tho maximum number of sa
loons in Chicago will have reached
9000. If this prediction proves trim the
additional revenue given to I he rlty by
tho milled license fee will 1 each moro
than $1,000,000, 11 nil, besides furnishing
tbo oily u flrst-tlnss police force, will
piovldo funds to curry out many needed
public Inipioveiuents and fill tho pres
ent depleted tieusuiy
Tlitie yenis ngo ono llfty-thoimaiidlli
of a pound of milium could be had In
London for -', hut now that Iho Aus
trian (lovrrnmeut has ptohlhlted the
oxpoittitltri of nullum, Hint amount a
meio speck, would cost $350,
day, February 8, 1906.