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EVENING DUmSTlN, HONOLULU. T. H TUESDAY., ArniL 3,'lOQg.., '
dote Croix Regular 5 p, m.
Oceanic Second Degree,
All visiting members of t
rder are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. 0. O. F.
eeta every Monday evening at 7: JO
St I O. O. F. Hall, Tort street.
K. II. HENDHY, Bcrrclary.
' ELML'll I.'. SCIIWAItZIIHtlO, N. tJ,
'All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Steels ccry Tuesday evening nt
7:a0 o'clock In K. of P. Hull. King
street. Visiting biulhcrs cordially In.
vltcd to attend.
o. j. whitehead, cc.
F. WALDItON, K.lt.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Herts every Friday evening at
C P. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Slistlc Lodge, No. :, Win. SIc
Xlnley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
krotker cordially Invited.
C. M. WIIITK. C. C.
II SI. COLEMAN, K.H.8.
HONOLULU LODGE 618, D. P. O. E.
Ilonolulii Ixulgo No. 616, D. P. O. B.,
Hill meet In their new ball, on Miller
nil Hcrctaula streets, every Friday
By order of the K. n.
I1AURY II. SIMP80N,
MO. 11. .ANGUS, E.n.
' Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
. Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
Itreet. Visiting brothers cordially In
TIM lo attend.
M. SI. JOHNSON. C.C.
E. A. JACOI1SON, K.It.3.
Ml HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Mccta on tho 2nd ami lib WEDNES
DAY evenings of caili month ut 7:30
o'clock In K. of P. Hall. King street.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
tend. SAM McKEACJUB. W.P.
II. T. MOOItE, W. Secy.
HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Mos every first and third THURS
DAY of each month In Fraternity Hall,
Odd .Fellows' llulldlng, Fort Street, at
till) o'clock p. m. A full attendance
to desired at every meeting.
Transaction of Duslrjess,
, N. FERNANDEZ,
!,. tO'Jirr CAMOE8 No. 8110, A. O. F.
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesday of
wch month at 7:30 p. ut., In San An
toalo Hall, Vineyard BtrceL
iVIiltlng brothers cordially Invited
i A. IC. VlERItA. C. It..
SI. C. P.U'IIIX'O, F. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIDE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets ovcry second nnd fourth
FRIDAY of each month, In I. O. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. O. McCOY, Saxhorn.
A. E. MURPHY, Cot It.
ISMARK STABLE CO., LTD.
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Racks, Carriages, Buggies and Sad
dle Horses on Bkurt notice.
Carriages meet all stoamers. Com-
Stent drivers, reasonable rates, iw
fohlcles knd live stock.
The Weekly Edltlol. of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day,
A Pleasant and Hygienic Bev.
eragc for Young and Old,
For Sole Dottlcd and In Dulk
o by o
Hoffscfilaeger Co., Ltd,
KING AND DETHEL STREET8
A Variety Of
We keep In stock a splendid variety
of varnishes abou the good qualities
of which we cannot say too much.
There are liigli-priced, medium and
low priced varnishes, and each Is tho
best in Its particular class. If you will
visit our store we shall be happy to
import to you much Information about
varnishes which will be Interesting
Wc would alto call attention to our
splendid stock of Enamels and Gold
Palrt, which comprises a better assort
ment than has ever been shown In
Lewers & Cooke,
Alexander & Baldwin
i. p. COOKE Manager
II. F. Baldwin President
J. D. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander... Second Vice Pres.
L. T. Peck Third Vice Pres.
J. Waterhouse Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. 0. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company,
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company.
Another Shipment of
AT 1048 50 ALAKEA 8T,
BY J. C. AXTELL &. CO.,
P. O. BOX S42.
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QUEEN AND ALAKEA STREET8,
TEL. MAIN '492. '
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
Orders delivered' to all parts of city.
GUY OWENS Co.
Phone Main 315. Union 8L nr. Hotel.
NOW ISN'T THIS APPEALING7
FRESH THREE DAYS
"What?" The home-made bread sold
nlnnk honks nr nil KnrtH lntli-nt-a
etc.. manufactured bv tho Bulletin Pub.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
J- ! : !;. 4 .;. ..
S3V A Bulletin want ad. costs
15 per Une for one Insertion,
or IlOd a line for one week-a
-9- line Is about six words big. An
expendlture'of 60 or 90 cents may
easily do a Hundred Dollars'
of work, -sjjj
r 5000 PEOPLE READ
THE BULLETIN WANT ADS.
Emma atrcet Is hcliiB oiled.
Wblto steam nulos. Blockyds stable.
Mrs. W. 1. rcnncll Is III with no-iK-mllt
W. (.1. l'arko left on n vacation trip
to the Volcano today.
Try ono of thoso delicious hot sup
pers at tho Cobweb Cafe.
I.iittvd's Taro l-'lour for ualo by Hcii'
ry .May & Co., mid C. J. Day & Co.
l-'rimk Aiidrado may rim na Republi
can caiidldalo for County Attorney.
Four varieties of frmh Jam nt lie
per pound nt tho frictory, 184 Hotel St.
Mystlo lde. No. Z, K. of V., meets
tonluht In K. of I. Hall. KlnK street
The Hawaiian Women's Club will
meet nt Knlulanl Home nt 2: 15 p. in.
Neatly furnished rooms nt tho Pop
ular. (1, ll.GV and (2 per week. 1213
Order u nlco broiler, fresh IslnnJ
beef nnd veal nt ltuymond Itaucli Mar
ket, tclepbono till.
JamoH SI. Wnkrflcld of T. II. Datlcs
S. Co. leaves for tho Coast on the next
Alameda on business,
Itcv. K. II, Turner pave tho address
nt the noonday scrvlco for men today
III the Miiiiik hulldliiK,
JlidRc Henry million has tiled u
unci ror SI. li nines, one of the dvfciid
iintrf In tho beef truxt rimo.
When in doubt into "Arabic" for your
Iron roof. It denes heal and defeats
rust. California Feed Co.. uscntx.
A list of.tho nlllecr clcttrd lo ncrvo
for tho ciisulnc year In Wall. Nli-holit
Co., Ltd., Is published In UiIh issue.
H'Hicrlntcinlcnt Carr of tho railway
mall Horvlca went to Illlo today on biid
Inoss connected with his department.
.Mrs. ri.iiirry save n rcicplloii nt the
Yoiiiik Hotel yesterday afternoon in
honor of Sirs. (I raves of I.os AiikcIcs.
ladles' Auxiliary. A. U, 11.. Division
No. 1. meets this evening ut K o'cloeK
In tho Catholic lk-ncvoleul Union
Such' n chance to obtain Rood table
linen at moderate prices is seldom ob
tainable us that offered by Ilium's spec-
The regular monthly mectliiR of the
lloohihul .Society will bo held ut Ihu
Kaplolaul .Maternity Home at 10 u. m.
Sir. Samuel WclnbcrK will act for SI.
II. WclnbcrK under full iniwcr of nt
lurncy durliiK the tatter's ubseuce from
pinmplly at 7:30 o'clock.
LliancK Clapp, Hccretary of tho In-
ler-lsl.ind S.. N. Co., leaves for the
Count on the .Mongolia.
Dr. and Sirs. 11. II. James of Ran
I'rauclsu), who bno been uuests of the
Yoiiiik Hotel, leave In the Sierra Wed
ncHilay for llio Cidonles.
Dr. Wllo of Danhury. Conn., will
Klto nn elaborate luncheon ut tho
Iouiik Hotel on Wednesday for u
InrKc number of friends.
The tills 1 annual hall of Division
No I nnd the I-nlles' Auxiliary, A. U.
ii., win no Klven ut rruKrcss Hall on
ICasler Slonday, April 1G.
Jubllcu incubators. Tho buslncji
machine. Hot water system, not hot
nlr. Sco them beforo tjuyliit'. SI. W.
SkChesncy & Bon's, Ltd., agents, Queen
A plcco of land at Kalmnlil has
been boiiKht by the Catholic Mission
opposliu the situ imiulrcd for the His-
lets hoarding echool. A chapel limy
be erected upon It.
I he liearliiK of the Jury waived case
of Wiiialiiu AKiluilturiil Co. vs. 0. It.
ti I., Co., was yesterday concluded be
fore Judge Lindsay. Uriels are to ho
hied within leu days.
Tlio will of Sirs. Ilullle I Wlchman
wus Died for prohute yesterday. It do
vlscs JbOOO real estate and J3M0 slockH,
boiiils, rush mid effects to her hus
band and their children.
Tho funeral of .Mrs, Wilheliiilno
Hchinldt, wife of II. W. Schmidt, tho
riwedlsh consul, wll Hake plnco froi.i
the (Jrrmaii Lutheran church, Here
tanla street, ut 4 p. m. today.
Cecil Uronii mill 11. l-'oeku, cxpculors
of tho estate of the lute Jus. (lay, have
Hied petition for yuu to lease tho (laj
I audi nt Wul.ilim. 1. SI. l'oud uffers
to rent It lor I7G0 a jcar and to ptn
elia.se nil tho live stock on It, tho price
whereof will bo fixed by arbitration.
Henry (llbson, baker nt tho Hawaii
an hotel, died nt tho (Juecn's Hospital
on Sunday night from pneumonia and
pleurisy. Ho was n (Icrmuii, 72 years
of iigc. and leaves a wife and bun. Dr.
.McDonald pcrfumicd an autopsy. The
funeral occurs from the II. II. Wllllums
niidei taking establishment ut 1:30 to
day. Carl lladdaky of Nualchu, Kan, has
liled a petition In voluntary bankiupt
cy. Ills llalillltles umuiiiit to JIHVl.lio
111 tniBcciireil claims for iiieichundUo
and medlcnl kervlvcs. Honolulu mid
Illlo firms bcliiK tho principal creditors.
Ills itsHcts consist of (100 worth of
wearing npparol which Is claimed lo bo
Jly tho end of this (nontli tho l'aelllc
Commercial Cable company expects to
seul messages entirely through Its own
cables from Sim Frnnelseo to Shanghai
nnd Japan ,vla Honolulu, .Midway ami
(limni. A steamer Is now Inylnc a eablo
from (limni to Jupaiitnnd unotlier Is to
uu nun luiur on uciwcen .Manna nun
Shnnghal. SleBwiges will bo sent both
ways thiough a ulnglc cable ut tho sumo
Tlio Honolulu I'huto-Hupply Co.
mnues n specialty of enlargements front
small Kodak Dims, presenting an en
largement that Is fully as clear, dis
tinct and sharp as the original. Pic
tures thus obtained are Bultnblo for
miming lor they look better than tho
original from an artistic standpoint,
Tho enlargement may bo had either In
black and whlto or sepia. It will pay
ufnatcur photographers to havo their
choicest films enlarged, Tlio cost Is
may mtan something for you or It may
mean nothing; It depends upon the
skill, knowledge, and fitness of the
Our examinations are conducted aft
er the most approved methods, and,
back of all, we have adequate knowl
edge of the eye and Its needs.
A. N. 8ANFORD
- loston Building, Fort 8L,
over May A. Ce.
MONUMENTS, SAFE8, IRON FENCE'
H. E. MEINDIilCK
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO... 176-180 KINQ 8T.
535,000 For Naval Post
f.lfiorfnfrif 'rrti Cjirrfcil Cubic)
Washington, April -. Tho Senate
tommltlec mi iippioprlatloiiH has re
ported uu Item of JU.'.OuO for the Im
provement of Honolulu Naval Station
A cnbto received vcilcrday afternoon
stated that iiBKiiriiiiro bad been given
that mi Item of JOS.uoO would he insert
ed liy tho Sciulo committee In tlio dc
lleleney hill for tilling in the reef nt the
Honolulu Nnval Statluu, The cable
gram nbovo may refer to tho sumo
tiling, tho lining in of tlio naval reser
vation beyond tho present sea wall as
n slto for n battery on the extension of
hnknnko I'uliit. It has been claimed
that $35,UU0 would bo sulllelciit for the
f.Uaiicfiilcit I'rcta ;i(cfiil t'uMcJ
Chicago, April 2. The question of ilia
municipal ownership of the street rail
ways of tho city will bo submitted to
mi election tomorrow. The proposi
tion Involves properties worth seventy
five millions of dollars.
Higgins Deals Body Blow
(.$nclnlcil I'rcii Special Cubic)
New York. April 2, floernor lllg-
Igns has signed the bill postponing the
elections of the big Insurance com
panies, and Invalidating tho proxies al
Tho bill Just signed by flovemor
Hlgglns will icglslalo out of olllcu ui.
November in next all tho directors nnd
trustees of tho New York Life and .Mu
tual liiBiirunco companies, nnd milll
Iles nil proxies hcrctoforo secured by
the companies themselves nnd b
Thomas W I.uwson.. Proxies lo ho
voted in Hie elections of November IS.
to which dale tho elections nro post
poned, must be signed after September
15 to bo valid.
Triumphant In Russia
Mtttiff'iffd ' Kiicclat Cnblc)
81, Petersburg, April 'i. A sweeping
vlcloiy for tho Constitutional Demo
crats In the Doiima clettlons Is con
ceded. No disorder attended the vot
Relieve Famine Sufferers
f.lnaoi-fiiltil J'rr tyirrluf Cubic)
Now York, April 2. Tho JnpaucsQ
Famine Relief Comnilllca has accepted
llarrlmau'u offer to transport two thou
sand tons of icllef freight free.
Panama Railroad Presideut
Mssocfiitof I'fcu Kl'tclitl Cubic;
New York. April 1!. Shouts bus been
reelected President of tho Panama rail,
Indicted For Murder
f.Uanclnfnl I'roi Fiiccliil Cubic)
Stoi klnii, April '2. Mrs. I.adoux has
been Indicted fnr murder,
On .Mai ch 2ii the body nf A, N. Sic
Vlcar wits found In u trunk by thu au
thorities ut Sloekton, California, and
Kuspleloii led the pollco to urrcst Mrs,
Kmniii I.adoux, of tlio town uf Antloch,
with whom It hud been Bl(own that thu
man had been Ihlug. She confessed' to
tho (rime, hut said' that sho had only
helped to kill tho -man, tho principal
being ono Joseph .Miller, who was he
llcted to bo Joseph Healy, a Inter lover.
I-ater1- this confession yvus discredited
by tho authorities,
Dlanlt books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tbo Dulletln Pub
"For rtent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
To Bool Lovers
We beg to announce the -arrival of
many new sets of fine books In very
handsome bindings. Any1 one set will
make a valuable addition to a library.
Among the authors represented are
Hugo . Clay
Smollett Bret Harte
Jefferson ' and others.
Call and sec them at
Wm, G. Lyon Go,,
Cor. Hotel and Fort streets, upitalrs,
entrance on Hotel street.
PER S. 8. ALAMEDA
The Swellest and Largest Stock
Suitings ever brought to the city.
"THE LATEST GRAYS"
IN PURE WOOL8.
$20 to 30 per Suit
Have First Choice
Geo. A. Martin
OPEN SATURDAYS UNTIL 9 P. M
General Employment Office, cor.
Emma and Beretanla Sts. Japansss
and Chinese Laborera Supplied. Con
tract Work of Every Kind Undertak
en. Telephone Blue 2181,
William Ti Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILOER,
All classes of Ilulldlng Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2312,
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Bet. HOTEL and PAUAHI.
Good Workmanship. Work Completed
That all men's oalatea are nleaied
with ,the fare served by the"
Corner HOTEL and BETHEL 8T8
Best Meal In Town
ON HOTEL ST. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
T. Oda, Manager
FANCY DRY GOOD8.
0 JUST OPENED o
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Etc., Chinese
and Japanese 811k Goods, Handker
chiefs, Matting and Camphor-Wood
1008-1009-1013 Nuuanu 8t, corner
King. P, O, 60x53, Honolulu, H.T.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
LlEAlSflS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
Unique Articles of All Kinds.
041 NUUANU STREET.
Tel. Main 266. P. O. Box B48
A lame consignment of well-seasoi
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Will be sold very cheap,
FONG INN CO.
1152 NUUANU 6TREET.
P. O. BOX 999, . ,,
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to establish n new rulo In con-
ncctlon with tlio" automobile con-
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paper, from the person now e-
celvlng It to another of the same
family .cannot be accepted as a
new subscriber, nor will an addl-
tlonal paper sent to a person al-
ready receiving the paper be ac-
4- cepted as a new subscriber.
Tho Iliitlctln haiir been very
careful that thero shall bo abso-
Into fair play In dealing with tho
contestants. It muWl also ,seo
4 Hint tho contestants nro equally
straightforward In their relations
with tho paper. Tho matter Is
brought early to tho attention of
tho many peoplo Interested In
order that thero rany bo no mis-
understanding as to what con-
HtllutcR a new subscriber,
LIMIT OF THE LAW.
(Continued from I'nge 1.)
tho head through tho muck of the
patch, wrenched her head back nnd
forth, twisting' her neck until she ut
most choked, and kicked nnd other-
wlso struck her with nil his sticngth,'Col. K. WCBt, United Stntes Inspector
Inflicting wounds and brulies on va-. General on tho Department stalT, Thu
rloiiK purls of her body. I rest nrc tlio families of ulUc-crx now in
A llttlo Japanese, working In nn on- ,thc Philippines, clerks and contiaet
loti patch, near nt hand, rushed to tho'ors. Tlio following Is a complete list
reseuo nnd threatened tho hulking of passengers:
monitor with violence unless ho relcas-1 San Francisco to Honolulu Mlea
eil tho girl, whereupon tho fiend turn- (l-num Thompson, daughter Col. llclz
cU upon the Japanese, grabbing tlio man.
knllo tho Japanese bad been using In I Ban Frnnelseo to (lunin Miss Slur
tho onion patch, and threatening to Ion I.ako (family clerk, Nnvy Dep.ul
Kill the Inlerrputer. Iinenl); .Mrs. Hurry Chance, (family
Tho Japanese testified Hint Walka- Master Joiner, U. 8, Navy); SIIsj
lnl line! Jumped on the girl's back ns If Chance.
lib was straddling n horso and that ho ' ..Son Francisco lo .Manila James O.
thrust her head down under the mud Hoswcll (l.lcut. Sth Infantry); Hver
of tho patch, holding )t tero "threo ell O. Ilnrlow Jr.. (I.lout. 13th luiuti
minutes," nfter smashing her In the try); Mrs, It. T. Ilallard (family l.lcut.
eyes with his fists. Tho Japanese nlso 1'ull. Scouts); Carlton K. linker,
swore that Wnlknlal had kicked the (American Vice Consul and Slnrshnl);
girl most unmercifully whllo she wns.bestcr K. Holler, (clerk (J. M. lit
lying stunned nnd bleeding, half Biiff(v!liarlment); Mrs. Holler, (wlfo clerk
entcd mid apparently lifeless, In tho (). M. I).); Christiana Ilniicr, (uiirKu
mud and wntcr of the rlco or ta'ro Army Corps); (leo. SI, Dlflenderfer,
patch. Melcrk (). M. I).); Mrs. Klla IC. Din-
The Japaneso could talk very lllllo wlilillo (family I. lent. Hckmnn, V. C);
Hngllsh and the Jnpancso Interpreter Frank II. I-Mwnrds, (Lieut, lib fin
was not picseiit. Hawaiian Interpreter ' nlry) ! Mrs. Kdwnrds nnd two ehlldri-ii,
James II. Iloyd managed to undcrstunil (family l.lcut. I-Mwnrds); Miss Flor
what Hawaiian tho Jnpnucsc witness C1R' Henry, (family .Major SlcCar
tould speak. This witness gave an ex- thy); Sirs. C. A, llcdckln nnd two chll
hlblllon or the manner In which the lren, (family Captain 3d Cavalry) ;
prisoner had nssulied the girl. J- W. Ilaydcn (clerk (J, M. I).); F. II.
Tho defendant called u Hawaiian no- Muggins, (Lieut. Meillenl Dcptmt.);
inn u lo the r.tand to sjear that she' J- H- I-Tynn, (clerk (), SI. II.); Sirs. J.
had not seen the assault. It seems that H. Flynn nnd two children, (family
r. hunch of banana trees Interfered with clerk (). St. I).); Wnde I,. Jolly, (Cnp
hcr vision. , tain U. 8. SI. C); Mrs. Wndo I,. Jolly,
Wnlknlal, a llend In tho tnro patch,' (wlfo Captain U. 8. SI. C); (1. St.
had the milliner of a saint In Pollco lec, (l.lcut. 7th Cavalry); Sirs. (1. SI.
Court, lie was sauvity pcrsonllled and Iw nnd Infant, (family l.lcut, 7th Cav
ns gentle ns a dove In word, look and airy); Ira Ixmgnneckcr, (l.lcut. INI In
hcsturc. .fnntry); SIIhs Agnes SleLnugliliti,
He sworo than when the little girl (sister Sirs, J. 8, McDonald, widow
inn uuay fiom him urn! ho gavo clmso of Wright); J. C. .Mount, (contract
lie felt a sudden sweep of passion go I surgeon. Medical Department); Mrs.
over his brain and then ho forgot cv 'J. H. Slount, (wife C. 8. Sled. Dpi.);
erylhlng. He could not tell what hap-1 St. C. Martin, (Lieut. Colonel, retired)
ocned. He did no know whether or not ! Oco. K. Nelson, (l.lcut. Sd Cavalry);
he hud assaulted tho girl. Half rising. C. U. Purdy, (Cnplaln 1st lurnulry);
In the witness chair, clenching his lists T, J. Powers, (Cuplnln 13th Infantry)
mid putting his head low down, ho sal.l il- B. I). Iturker, Jr., (family l.lcut.
that was tho way he felt when tho nus
slot! swept his mind, when the blood
rushed to his head. Then, rclaxlu.-r,
shutting Ids eyes and crossing his
hands over his breast, tio declared that
nfter the first Hush of tho nt of auger
ho could remember nothing, his mind
beenmo a blank and he was Irrespons
ible until he heard a gentle volco say:
"Homctlilug of great trouble has hap
pened. You better ionic home." He
lolled his orbs heavenward In the inoit
approved "saintly" manner when ho
Mild this mid sank back In his chair In
Lie attitude of ono not responsible for
tho crimes ho might commit when bo
"I (old tho girl," ha said, "on tbn
day when the defendant (ho always re
ferred to himself In tho third person,
us "the defendant") Is supposed to
huio mudo this assault, (hut If sho tan
talized mo loo much she might get In
to trimhlo as her mother got lata
"Did you refer, when you said that,"
Bald Proseciill.ng Attorney Frank An
drmlc, "to tho terrible beating jou gave,
"I referred," said tho defendant, In
effoot, "to tho fact Hint because her
mother hud been saying menu things
nbout me In Sloannlua, sho had almost
Wnlknlal saw, too late, that he had
made n slip.
His ussuult on tho girl's mother Is
n matter of pollco rciord. Wnlkalal
bowed his head In tho manner of ono
heartbroken lo know how much ho
Judgo Whitney sentenced him to six
mouths nnd, said ho wished ho could
muko It six years. Perhaps It Walka
lal had been charged under some sec
tion other than li'JlO, where six months
Is the limit, ho would huvu como near
er getting whit bo deserved, but the
wuysof tho police aro sometimes not
to lie accounted for, Hulciuanu, u Ha
waiian ioy,, alleged to havo killed a
Chinese in Killlil, whllo drunk, Is
charged with murder In tho first de
gree; u Japaneso at Kahuku stabs a
fellow countryman, whllo drunk, and
It charged with first degrco murder, no
doubt very lropcry, say thoso who ob.
ficricd tho Wnlknlal cuso In Pollco
Court, but thu only dlfforoiica In tho
cusci referred to and the present mut
ter, us far ii principles go. Is that In
the two former the, dcfcnduiits ivcro
drunk and did uctually kill, whllo In
the latter caso the defendant was
"nngry" and the. victim escaped with
her life. Wnlknlal might at least have
been charged with assault with Intent
to kill, say the wlso ones.
Wnlkalal has "lost his temper"
three times nt, least, nccordlng to nc
tunl public record, Onie hq threat
ened to milrdcr n woman. Once Iiej as
ouo of tho officers of tho court put It
this morning, "nearly bent her to a
pulp," and now ho batters rtnd almost
l.lllu II, n ,1,11,1 l.,il,nlln
EN HE 10 MANILA
TRANSPORT THOMAS HAS
BUT FEW PASSENGERS
QUIET TRIP FROM COAST SAILS
TOMORROW MORNING FULL
LIST OF THOSE WHO ARE
A quiet trip and a dull crowd, Tbnt
Is nbolit all that could bo said of tho
voyngc of the Thomas, United Stntes
trnnsport from Son l'rnnclsco, now nt
Nnvy wharf taking on 4U0 tons of coal
nnd getting ready to proceed to tho
Philippines tomorrow morning nt II
"They mint hnvo got tired, very Mr
cit, In San Francisco," said ono of tho
o(lletr8, sneaking of thu passengers,
"l-'or they'll) most of 'cm been sleep
ing since wo started and thero haunt
b'cen llo eiiotiRli on board to searo up
n game of pedro. Maybe they wero
nwoltlng arrival at Honolulu to liven
up' a little."
Thcru nrc but few pnsscngcrs on tho
Thomas. About ISO men of thu Slnr
Ino Corps lihd some casuals nro
aboard. Tho ranking officer Is l.lcut.
jtllth Infantry); Sirs. Ituckcr and in
fant (family Lieut Kith Infantry); SI.
Rnller, (Army nnrso corps); W, W.
8lmms, (Cnplaln llurenu of Navlga
Hon); Mrs. W. W. Slmnis. (wlfo Cnpt.
Jlurcnii of Nailgntlon; Sirs. II. Bleero
nnd four children, (wife Cnpt. Inter
nal Revenue); Thnd. W. Btnnley.
(clerk (I. SI, I).): Mrs. Thnd. W. Stan
ley, (wlfo clerk Q. SI. I).); Miss C. C.
Slolir, (clerk Q. SI. D.) ; J. C. Thomas,
(clerk (). St. .) Mrs, J. C. Thomas
nnd child, (fnmlly clerk Q. SI. I).) ; F.
Weil, (l.lcut. Colonel. limp. (Jenernl);
W. C. Whltener, (Lieut. Mil Infnntry)
Mrs. it. 8. Welsh nnd child, (fnmlly
Lieut. Welsh, A. C); Sirs. Wm. 1).
Hvnns. (wlfo Sergt, Hosp. CoiVs);
Sirs. W. W. Farlnghy nnd mother,
(fnmlly Post. Comsy. Sergt.); Homer
I Fisher, (wheelwright Q, SI. 1).);
Mrs. Otto II. Herb, (wlfo SInster Sig
nal Klectrlclan); Nelllo Harrison,
(maid family l.lcut. Ituckcr); Sirs. K.
II. Klamt, (wlfo Wnrrant Machinist,
V. 8. N.); Dora Slcdnwn, (maid lain
liy Captain 3d Cavalry); Sirs, Harry
S. Uoblnsoii nnd child, (fnmlly Sergl.
Signal Corps); Ouy 8. Blmniinn, (chief
Comsy, Stownrd. U. 8. Navy); Hlla
)ielh Toboy, (nurso fnmlly Lieut. Kd
wards) ; II. J. West, (employee A. T.
Ban Frnnelseo to (Iiiam 11 enlisted
men United Slnles Slarlno Corps.
Snn Frnnelseo to Slanlln 1D0 enlist
rd men United Elates Slurlno Corps;
31 enlisted men (cnsunls).
Tho Thomas sighted tho battleship
Oregon nnd tho trnnsport Bhcrldnn on
tho way down. Tho (Junrtermnsler nf
tho Thoinns Is tho popular Capt, K, II,
Humphreys, brother of tho local quar
termnsler, nnd Captain Lyiinm. well
known in this port, Is tho master.
May Be a Stylish One, But It Makes
A pinn usually buys n hat that's "In
ktyle," but tho modern hilt for mon hn.i
lots to nnswer for,
Daldhcnds aro growing mom miincr-
?H cry,'ay' ,l,u" nmko oxccllcnt
breeding places for tho parasitic gernm
Whlcli Blip tho llfo from the roots of thu
When your hair beglug i fall out
and your scalp Is full of iMiuirurf It Is ,i
sure sign that these coiiutlesa germi
are busily at work.
Thero Is but one way lo overcome tho
ipublo and kill the gernis-that wuy Is
to apply Nowluo's Ili-rplcldo to thu
culu-lt will kill the glr,lla niul Iica.
thy hair Is sure to result
Bold by leudlng druggist,, send 10c.
In stamps for samplo to The Herpleldo
Co. Detroit, Sikh, Ilolllaer Drug Co.,
The Knlser If luiilnc n mru
yacht constructed which will be almost
flnt-boltomcd atd lme a new svstein
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