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EVENING IJUM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T H.. TIIUItSDAY. APIUI, 5, 100fi.
BISMAMC STABLE CO., LTD.
BISMARK BRANCH STABLES
'. Hacks, Carriages, Buggies nnd Sad
die Horses on short notice.
Carriages meet nil ste.imcrc. Com
pelent tlrlvcrs, rca&onablo rales, new
vehicles and live stock.
nose Croix Regular 5 p. m.
All visiting members of llio
order nio cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meets fi iv Monday 'fnlriK nt 7.:'.0
til I O. O I". Unit. Foil street.
K. It. IIKVUUY. Snntniy.
ISI.MEIl i:. KCIIWAItZIIClin, N.(J.
All hllliig brothers very (iiill:ill
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meels every Tuesday evening at
7:00 o'clock In K. of P. Hull. Kins
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to ntlend.
O. .T. WIUTniinAT), C.C.
T. WAI.DIION, K.Il.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every I'rhlay evening at
K. I'. llnll. KIiir stiift. at 7:".n. Mem
bers of Mystic l.nilge. No. 2. Win. Mr
Klnley Uidgc. No. R. and Msltlng
binthors cordially Invited.
C. M. WHITE, C. C.
A. S. KENWAY. K.U.8.
HONOLULU LODGE C16, D. P. O. E.
llrniiliiln Lodge No. filfi, I). I () E
will meet In Ihelr new hall, on Miller
nml llcrctiitiln sirnts, every Friday
lly order of Hie 1'.. It.
HAIlltY II. SIMPSON.
(ino. ii. ANnt'8. i:.n.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets cery Knturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of 1'. Ilnll, King
street. Visiting brothers cordially In-tit-'
M. M. JOHNSON. C.C.
i:. A. JACOHSON, K.U.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 1-10, F. O. E.
Meots nn tho 2nd and -Kb WEDNIIS
DAY evenings of eai Ii month at 7:30
o'clock In K. or P. Hall, King street.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to nt
tend. SAM McKKAfiUE. W.P.
H. T. MOOUII. W. Scry.
HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Meets overy (list and third TIIUIIS
DAY of each inontli In Fruturnlt) Hall,
Odd Follows' llnlldliiK. Fort Htioet, at
7:3II o'eloik ). in. A full nltendanee
la dcsiii'i at ovury meeting.
Transaction of Business.
COURT CAMOES, No. 8110, A. O. F,
Meets every 2d and llh Tuesday of
each iiKiii t It at 7:30 i. in.. In San An
tonio Hall, Villi)) ard Ktiret.
Vlfltlng biothom undlally Invited
A. K. VIEIIUA. O. Il
M. C. PACIIKCO, F. 3.
HAWAIIAN TRIDE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
1 Meets oveiy second and fourth
FRIDAY of each mouth In I. O. O. F.
Vlslllug hrotlieis lordlnlly Invited to
V C Me COY. Sachem.
A 13 MIJUI'IIY, Com.
CllllK8B "Ullt lUUMUUbl
i ,, -to i,0 iiiuu ,,-miniitural
it,rantiwl m .ti .. .. i..i .....
Z . . , - lllt II WHF' 1I nil HMIintH'USli
onl ! ttribUr. Iirlli, iilwruiliHi
lTHCtYA3lllUlCUb0, iltitBN ,,, ll(1t utrtU
IKmMftlll Wf BT'XiQbO " 4tMllil"M"
u.a.x. i.7u Uiiid uy iiiic;aiiM,
L 1- ilttuu ..t tit rnjufhl
mm ' jumavaa
A Pleasant and Hyglenrc Dev
crage for Young and Old.
For Sale Dottled and In Dulk
o by o
Hoffschlaeger Co., Lid.
KING AND DETHEL STREETS
Why not buy
the best lumber?
Dulldlng-tlme Is here again and you
arc probably pondering over the ques
tion of luirber. It will pay you to get
the best lumber possible for building
your house the kind that will stand
wear and tear. Wc arc exceptionally
vcll stocked this season and arc In a
position to supply the best at the low
est prices. Let us figure on your spec
locations. WE CAN SAVE YOU
Lewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KING ST.
Alexander & Baldwin
i. P. COOKE Manager
II. F. Baldwin President
J. D. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander... 8econd Vice Pres.
L. T. Peck Third Vice Pres,
J. Vaterhouse Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Cc.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company,
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kthulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company,
Another Shipment of
AT 1W8-50 ALAKEA ST.,
DY J. C. AXTELL & CO.,
P. O. BOX 642.
PHONE BLUE 1801. HONOLULU
QUEEN AND ALAKEA STREETS,
TEL. MAIN 402.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
Orders delivered to all parts of city,
lectric Flash Lights
GUY OWENS Co.
Phono Main 315. Union St nr. Hotel
NOW ISN'T THIS APPEALIN07
FRESH three days
"What?" The home-made bread sold
Illank linoka nt nil nortH, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Uullctlu l'ul)
LOCAL AND GENERAL
i J k tj JJ 5 J J
rwr A Bulletin want ad. costs
15c P'r line for one Insertion,
or Hue a llne for one vveek a
line is .about six words big. An
expenditure of 60 or 90 cents may ?
easily do a Hundred Dollars'
of work. Tf
rW 5000 PEOPLE READ
THE BULLETIN WANT ADS.
.; .;. $ .5. $. .5. $. . 4, 4. 4. 4.
Wbllo steam nutos. Rtockyits staple.
Try one of tlioso delicious hot sup
pers at llio Cobweb Cafo.
A V i:.itnes. of walilnwn lieRan put
liiiK 110 Ills eniinery Tuesday.
A MUltllor Ij wimliMl. Sternly work.
tooil pu-tidoii. Kec New Today.
011e lliiinili Itebekuli I.01IKC No. 1
meets this cveiiliiK nt 7::IU oVIock.
Knur varieties of fresh Jam nt lie
per pound nt tlio factory. ISt Hotel St.
A uoi lie in creditors of the csluie 01
ll.irnliard llerKersoii Is pnltl Intioil In tlilz
Neatly furnished rooms nt thq l'op.
iilar. ?1. 51.50 and U )icr neck. 1213
The D.uiKlitcrH of IlavvnII met nt Mrs
Coney's. Itlcli.irds stlvct, nt 10 o'clock
this inui nine
Order n nlco broiler, fresh Island
beef nnd c.il nt Itaymond ltnncli Mar
Uet, telepliono 4GI.
A pi He Klaus door In tlin Cniiipbell
blork wns snuiHlied yciterday fiom
rlniiiiuliiR by the wind.
riirodorc Itlchiirds delivered the nil-
diesH nt the iioouiliiy servlrc for inl'ii
tmlii) at the Y01111K bulldllii;.
Hie Mc Cully Tiiut Impiovemeni
CI11I1 lias elected .laiues Nolt. .Ir, dele-
fcite to llio Centriil tonimlltee.
t.ouil tal lc linen at Ilium R this wool;
duly at half the ordinary price. 'I bin
K.ile lomcj In Just right for I .'after.
rlie bark Knlulanl was toned tu Kit
niiap.ill by the tiiK Peitlest lust Iiili'
wliero she will load sugar for San l-'rau
I'rlnio I-iiRer Is ns Rood ns beer can
I'lmllily he. It you don't drink It, do
'O nt mite nml heiouie be.illbler and
r. .Md.-ine ,as lealRiied the position
of mnim;ei- of K0I0.1 HiiKiir Co. tu tuku
tin iii.'iiinKcuicnt of n larce siiKiir plan
l.ition In IIJI.
Dr. 1'. S. Itosslter. II. S. N., Assistant
sui-Kiou nt the Honolulu Naval Kia-
lion, has been ordeied to tho mainland
10 iinnlt orders.
Coat sour Iron roots with "Arabic"
You will bo surprised at Its coollni; and
prcnorvntlvo Jiropurtlcs. California
1 ced Co., ncentH.
Tho dearee lueetlnK of Oceanic
Lodue, that mis to havo hcmi held to
moriow iiIkIiI has been postponed un
til '1 111 ki1ii eienliu;.
Tluo. Mi'I.khI, who reslRned ns head
water overseer for Ilttn I'l.intnllon, is
1u.1l.lnK n torn of llio li.lnndH, lslllui;
eveiy HiiKiir plantation.
Thi'in will bo n mcctliif; of St, Clem
ent's Woman's (liilld ul tho Parish
llom-o at o'clock this ,nflernoou lu
order to llulsh up I.VI1U11 work.
Jtilillcc IncnUatorH. Tho "buslncij
luniblue. Hot witter system, uut hot
nlr. Seo (hem before- buying. SI. V.
McChesncy & Son's, Ltd., auuiits. Queen
The icRiilnr monthly meetlnR of the
Pico Kindergarten and Children's Aid
Af.sni'latlnn will bo held 011 Kilday
moinliiR nt 3:3(1 In tho Y. V. C. A.
ItcKulnr meetlnR of Hnwnll Chapter
No. 1, Order of Kamelinmelin, will bo
held nt the Odd Fellows' bulldliiR this
Thursday evenliiR, A full nttcndauic
.luilRinent for plaintiff has been rend
ered lu the suit of the Umil Commls
slonei iiR.itust NI1111 lailkea, for $131
with luterrst for lents duo on Kineru
lili'iit hind at Knneohc.
It Is suld that tho Mn savmi-iuastod
steel schooner Thomns W. Ijiwwju with
.nun (ons of Norfolk toal, may cntue lo
Ilouultilii. The IiwBon Is tho lurj:ct
Hi'liooner In tho United States.
Anuoinucment Is lundo by tlw
Ilrooklyn l'.aulo of tho ciiRiiRemeut of
JIIhh I.iiiiIki I.offerts to J ill II Downs.
Tin! In Ide-clect Is a sister of Mis. Chiu.
MoiitiiRito Cooke, Jr., of Honolulu,
Chau. I,. Uhode.i, editor of the Slnr.
dcllirrcd nu uddicss nt tho t'nltoil
Lenten scrvlco held nt St. Andrew 'b
cathedral last night, tho sulijed In Inn.
"Statesmanship nnd IllKhteousiless."
The Imiko .Melnncthon broiiRht tlic
paving blocks for tho new Urcwi-r
wharf fiom tho Uallwny whurf ynhtpr
ilay and tho completion of tliu floor of
the IiIr wharf will now he iiccompllshcl
lifter many weeks' delay.
Miss Sophlo lloyd Jiidd, dniiRhtcr of
the late Chief Justice A. F. Judil, nml
Mr. Ceo. Paul Cooke, son of C. M.
Cooke, went married last oycuIiir In
Central Union Church. A reception nt1
I lie Juild homo followed tho leiemnny.
Very dcsluihlo boints on Wilder unci
(Iiillck avenues nio offered for sale. No
iciiMmahlo offer will bo refused ns par
ties ill's lie to leave tho Islands. Houses
1110 In excellent snnltnry order. ln
ipilru of I). Dayton for further panic,
Julia 1.. llerlowltz has llled n libel
fur illuiue iiRiilnst Wm, llcrlnwltz 011
tho Riouud of ileHeitlon nnd falluto to
ptovldc sliuo May 20, Iliofi, when ho
It'll tho Tin Itnry. H 10 nskB for per-
innueiii iillmouy and an lihsoluto ill-
F J. I.owrcy hns been elcclcil thnlr
man of the Civic Pcdcrittlon Commit
ten on Sheets, I'.uks nml I'lilillc WorkK
for tli cimuliiR year. Tho eommllte'j
(ouslstB of F. J. I.uwrcy. A. F. (Irltlltbs,
I', II McStockcr, F. S. DoiIro mid It. S
Tho schooner Chnilos Levi Wood-i
bury iiulved fiom llllo yesterday nnd
IB nt Sorensous wlmif takliiR on com
hiiKtihtc mid oxploslvcs for Hnwnll
windward ports. Captain Harris rev
pints had weather nlonR tho Hawaii
coabt and ctossIhr the chnnncl.
Tho Ileo bus Is one of tho latest ad
ditions to tho mitomnhllcB of tho city
It wns Impoited of comsn by tho von
Hniiim-YouiiK Company, which has the
iiRency for tho Hro nnd It was nut for
tliu first tlmo yesterday to meet tho
passengers urilvliiR by thn Blonn. Tho
niltoniolillo liuH 13 n new Inalllio in lia
wnll but 11 very useful addition to the
Iiiwhb equipment Tor rapid trnnspor
may mean 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
Boston Building, Fort 8L,
over May & Co.
MONUMENTS,.SAFES, IRON FENCE
M. E. I-IEINDRICK
NEXT TO YOUNO BL'DQ., 176-180 KINO 8T.
Miners Modify Demands
(A moduli it ;it Hiirelnl Cubic)
New- "Yoik, Apill I The coal min
ers arc modlfyliiR lliolr demands fur
increased wiircs fiom the operators.
Receivership For Zion
(Antnctntcti J'ni ic-rrtf Citblr)
ChlniRo, April I. Volivn. the newly
Fclcrtcd head ol Ion. will npply for .1
receivership (it the concern.
f.lstnrfafrfl Vrc BprcM Cnhlei
St. I'cleishurR. Apill I. The Crar Is
rlabnrnlliiK n, scheme for n high court
to try political offenders,
Hazed Because Of Poverty
(Anclntrjl Jreti Riicclttl Cubic)
Aldershot. KiiRlaud, Apill 4.- four
lieutenants nro on trial for the lmzlns
of a fifth I cruusc of his poverty.
Meat Packer is Dead
f.Uiiirhifrri J'rrm Blcill Cubic)
Huston. Musi.. Apill I i:. C. Swift,
tho Clilc-iiRo packer. Is dead.
U. C. Swift wns thn bt other of the
laic (1. F Swift, who was tho head of
thn Rieat meat packliiR linutm of Swift
& Co., mid was First Vice President
of tho concern nnd lu actual executive
control of its ulTalis utter tho death
of his In other.
French Aeronaut Dead
(.iMiicliiri! 'irj FihcIii! Cubic)
New York. April I. Paul Nocquct.
French sculptor nnd aeronaut, who
lnaile n balloon ascension on I.0111; Is
land on Tuesday, wns killed "when do
scemllnR. becoming entangled lu the
topes nml drnRRcd nfler lamlliiR.
On nn ecnliiR this month tho Oper.t
Hmito will bo turned Into n veritable
college campus, Thn occasion will 1,0
tho production of "Thn CoIIcro Widow"
by local talent for the Myitln Boat
Club. Tho foiic nct3 or this well knowu
and popular comedy fiom tho pen ol
tho clover (IcorRo Ado teem with c,nl
li'KO life and are full of that vim and
lRiir that Is Rood to M'c.
The footliall game, In tho fourth ncl,
Is 0110 of tho nxrllliiR scenes. Of course
thn entire student body turns uut to
witness thn Rame, and llio exciting
phases mid dashing plays ma vhlilly
plcluied hjC- each diameter 011 tho
llc3ldes tlio coUcro llfo the charac
terUiitlon Is so vnrled as to Rlo scope
(or much work of various urdcis, limy
natural character that you might ex
pect appeals, mid the full mustering of
all lounda out n complete pcifoimaticu
full of llfn nnd enjoyment from s;nrt
Tho largo cust liclpa to keep up tho
lm and snap, anil tho iciilnesu nml
true-to-llfo situations tun to real and
tluo that tho enjoyment of tho play
comes over you linroiiprloiiBly.
Thnho wlio havo cxpciloiiced 11 tol
Icro llfo will l.o h.ippy to get bid; to
college) for mi evening. And thosn who
have not will lie glad of tho uppui (un
ity. Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
To Book Lovers
We bea to announce the arrival of
many new sets of fine books In very
nanusome Bindings. Any one set win
make a valuable addition to 11 library.
Among the authors represented are
Call and sec them at
Wm, C. Lyon Go,
Cor. Hotel nnd Fort 'streets, upstairs.
entrance on 'Hotel street.
Arllrles of Incorporation have, been
filed by tho Wcit Hawaii Ilnllway 1:0
nml the Konn Development Co., the
former has tlr purpo-o of riinnlue a
inllro.ul thruURli the Kouns. with 11
potslliln extc'islon Into Knliala mid
Knii. The capital stock Is XIUU.OUU III
Tluo shares, of which 1' II. McHtutknr
hold !i'.l ami .1 II Castle V It. Cauliv
.1. F. Morgmi mid C. .1. Iliiichlns each
one. The cnpltall7..it'ou may lip lalsed
Thn Konn Development Co. will tnlio
over all tliu ol I Kc tri jiUntntliin prop
crly nt n fair v.iln.itlun nnd rehabili
tate, the concern. Thn capital stock Is
j:.r,i).ni)il, with n privilege of lncreaslnn
It to $r,00,000, F. M. MiStockcr holdi
l7r, of Ihcisliares. thn rest licliiK,eiuil
ly lUvl'li'il-'bttweeu .M, Ituhlnrou, J.
F. Moigan. 0. .1. Waller, C. J. Ilutubliis
nnd A. N. Camjibell.
HILO'S COMPANY D.
(Continued from Pme 1.)
ward, S; Mrs. M. M. Machado, f; Mrs,
A. O. Rosa, 1; Mary Qouvela, 1; A,
Fcrrandez, 4; Miss Kate Farrell, 1;
Adollne Medetroo, 1; A. I. Sllva, 1;
Alrra Nelson, 1; Aug. Gomes, 1; Hulda
Johnson, 1; Pacific Barber Shop, 1;
Lusltana Dancing Club, i; John Jo
stah, 1; Miss Phllomena Perry, 1;
Fritz Van Der Lelne (Koloa), 1; Mist
Mary Vincent, 1; Chong Nee Hlng, 2;
Hllo Band, 1; V. Jacobsen, 1;
E. S. Kong, 3; Ralph Kahn, 3; Jose
J. Roka, 1; Miss Alice Weight, 1; C.
Sullivan, 1; Caesar Gomez, 1; H, T,
Lake, 1; John Rapoza, 1; Edith Tuck,
1! Manl. Vincent, 1; Geo, Bruns, 3;
Miss M. A. Larsen, 1; Dr. 8. Jaeger, 1;
Gertrude MeCann, 0; J, P. Scully,
4; Ralph Kahn, 14; H. Sil
ver, 3; S. A, Deel, Ewa, 3; J. H,
Kahn, 2; J. A. L. De Fries, 2; May
Gusscfeld, 2; Kohala Club, 2; I, 8,
Dillingham, Jr., 3; Wm. Tim Ke, 2;
Aug. Gomes, 2; fTmll Llnderman, Ko
loa, 2; Chinese Athletic Club, 7; Carl
Nelper, 2; R. H. Hitchcock, 2; BUI
V. Grimes, 3; Pacific Social Club, 2;
Mrs. Jas. Dougherty, 6; Harry Macfar.
lane, 1; Albert Vlerra, 1; Walter Mac
farlane, 2; C. Louis, 1; L. Mon Tal, 1;
Fritz Fredenberg, 1; H. A. Franson,
2; Louis 8. Alves, 1; Joe Vagras, 1;
M. T. Marshall, 1; Wm. Medelros, 1; J.
M. Perry, 1 ; F. W. KUbahn. 1; J. D. Mc
Inerny, 1; Prof. D. Malkal, 1; W. T.
Schmidt, 1; Malle Athletic Club, 1;
Mrs. J. E, Shaw, 1; W. Dulsenberg, 1;
Keokl Isenberg, 1; H. 8. Ward, 1;
Miss Kalal Walau, 176; L. Freitas, 1;
Herm. Hugo, 1; Rosellne Stone, 1;
Loulo Vincent, 1; Geo. Bruns, 3; B.
M. Sumner, 1; Harry 8. Gray, 10; J.
F, Child, 1; Miss Jean Angus, 1;
Ernest Muniz, 7; Manuel Mu
nlz, 1; Walter Dillingham, 1;
Lum Chlng, 1; R, A. Lucas, 1; John
Perriardo, 1; Louis Vincent, 12; Manl,
Kakgsupa, 1; I'reddy Rodrlgues, 1;
Chinese Athletic Club, 1; Jno. Ootell
ho, 1; Miss Mary Vincent, 1; Jim 'Vler
ra, 1; Miss Mary Gouvela, 4; F. G.
Machado, 1; Billy Hellbron, 1; Miss
Vlvj Olds, 2; Jerry Burnlngham, 2;
Joe Tata, 1; Miss Helen Gllhus, 1;
Mrs. Lam Yam, 1; Richard Buhler, 2;
Jane Kalanal, 1; Chong Mee Hlng, 2;
Polly Kalana, 1; W, J, Harvey, 2;
Paul Welnholz, 1; Henry Hogan, 9;
Mrs. Lam Yam, 2; Mrs. A. Fernandez,
1; Miss Prlscilla Charmen, 10; Miss
Hazel Hoffman, 5; Mary Qulntel, 1;
Mrs. J, M, Theotonla, 1; Morris An.
trod, 1; Dr. McCall,-Kahuku, 1; E. 8.
Kong, 7; C. Schwartz, 2; Miss Bessie
Boyd, 2; Julia Dlas, 1; Royal School,
1; Henry -B. Ryan, 1; Tom Farrell, 1;
Mr. Mary Farrell, 1; Jas. McAullffe,
2; Lum Ching, 1; Edna Akau, S, Scat
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN,
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle.
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete reciime or all lc
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75d Per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI per year.
WEIGHT OF TESTIMONY
SHOWS NO RELATIONSHIP
PRESIDENT'S PLANS FOR MODIFI
CATION ARE NOT LIKELY TO
CARRY AT PRESENT
Call llureaii. Post llulldlnR. Washing
ton, Match 23. It Is becoming shariily
lippnrent Hint President Roosevelt's
wish to modify the Chinese cxcluslo.l
law Is to meet with opposition 111 Con
gress, which probably will compass tin
defeat of thn legislation the Chief Ex
ecutive desires to have, onnrted, The
President's plan for rcniovlug tho an
tngoutsm of the Chinese toward Amer
ica, for pulling nn end to the boycott
and for betlnrlng tho general relations
between the two nations, wns given In
Kimc detnll In his message, llcprcsrn
lathe Dcvld J. Foster of Vermont put
the President's Ideas Into n bill which
Is under consideration In thn sub-coin-mltlce
of thn committee on foreign af
fairs. It seems to bo nssured that tho
minor body, which Is studytuR meas
ures nnd holding hearings on the gen
eral subject of Chinese exclusion, will
ninko nn unfavorable report to tho full
committee. It the nmln body should
tctuso lo nl-rcpt tho llnilliiR nml should,
make a finnr.ililc report to tho llouao II
Is possible Hint the members would fav
or Kb passage.
In brief t lie Foster bill would mnkr
It unlawful for n Chinese laborer In
cuter the United Stales or any Ixlan.t
territory under Its Jurisdiction. Ten
years Is named In thn bill ns tho time1
for which tho exiluslim of CIiIiicbv
labor Is lo prevail. All othcrchisscs ol
Chinese me to bu admitted.
Tho sub-ciimmltteo hns taken vol
umes of testimony and now Hint ltd
labors am drawing lo mi end It bcciuj
to be the belief that thn testimony of
fered bus failed to show the boycott uj
American goods by Chliiesn has been
brought about by the exclusion lawi
now in force
4 ma t
MR8. KENTWELL TELL8
(Continued from Page 1.)
ordinal y Intelligence or olhcrwlso?"
"Well, for Inslniiic, ho always called
Fort stieet tho boss' street, hcciioso .Mr!
Krntwell had his nlllcu there. If 5 oil
told 111 111 to go to Fort struct, ho would
not kuow whore to go. Yon had to go
to tho boss' street. Thn only street ho
knew was School street, vlmre my
mother lled." '
"Did ho know your husband'B nnmo?"
"No. lie always called Mr. Kentwcll
Mr, Mctllbblns, mid Mr. Richardson
was Mr. millions. Ho always culled
my brothers by their first name, lie
always nddrcssed m us Miss Annie nnd
my sister ns I.lzzle. My brother Johu
hu always mentioned ns 'tho man who
Uvea next dour.'
IlvcB next door to Mamma.'"
Mrs. Kentwcll further said that John
son wns always told not to uso thcac
mimes, but It wng of no avail.
Just before Mrs. Kentwcll left her
mother's home, she snld, Johnson had
acted In a peculiar manner on one oc
eastern. He wns In the habit of getting
a glass of wlno every afternoon. Ou
the afternoon In question ho wanted
pioro than his allowance. Ho came lu
lu tho kitchen nml Insisted upon tho
cook's giving htm more wine. '
As he was bothering the cook Mis.
Kentwcll wna called, Johnson, bow-
ever, showed fight. She took a stick
and threatened to lay It on Ills hack
unless ho went to his own room. Thin
be dlil nnd she bad no tumble with him
"I spoke to Mm as I would to a
child, when I ordered him to hln
room," said tliu witness.
In answer to further questions Mrs.'
i.cutwcll said that sho' Hail always
trusted her children with Johnson, Shn
A ( hrunlc DUc-aa.
Wllllo Say, pop, what's spring fo
tor? Pupa Spring fover Is nn overwhelm
Ing clcslro to sit down mid watch lAbei
pcoplo work. Philadelphia Uullctlu.
The I.lulit Tlmt failed.
Mc'fnvlsh-Hnvo you 9 light, Doualcl!
Douuld-Avo. but It's out. l.ondnn
There arol Hundreds nt. men qnd
women who have not eaten a hear
ty meal for years. Their stom
achs havo Vgono back" on them.
In such cases the Hitters wll( bo
found very helpful. It strength
ens tho stomach and cures Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, -Poor Appetite,
Heartburn, Bloating Cramps or
Intel three, of whom the oldest was not
UUlln tour-ycars ,QbL Only cm oni oc
casion hail there been any trouble On
that day thn children had come up' from
thn slabla and told her that Johnson
was "vory funny." He had been threat
ening them with n stick, Mrs. Kent
well telephoned to her husband, who
came home nnd ordered Johnson to go
In his room. This was Inst Seplembcir,
nnd nbout n week later Johnson went
lo-Wnlnlun, where ho entered tho em
ploy of Henry Wharton.
Mrs. Kentwcll testified further that
Johnson was subject to "silly spells."
Oil such occasions bo would dance thn
Jig nnd sing In n loud voice. I let had
generally been drinking when ho acted
In this manner. Sometimes he sing
gered. "Did you ever sec him have such
hilly spells when ho hail not been
drinking!" asked llnrrlson.
"Yes, the lime he chased tho chil
dren out of llio stable he hod not been
drinking. Ho wns shaking all over.
JolniMin always shook all over when
he got dnlo n temper. He would get
Into such n temper whenever 1 told tilm
he bad not been doing his work right."
"Did you ever have any cause to hna
Unto to trust tho rnro of your children
"No, I never did. I always knew that
the children would ibo safe with him.
He use to bring them cnndles and
rakes,-and tho children were very fond
of him. I bcllove It thoy should see
blm today thoy would run up to him."
"What Impression did you' have about
"I always considered Johnson Blm
le." On cross-examination bjPcters. Mrs.
Kcnlwell testlned that during tlw en
tire period during which Johnson bail
bren uni ployed by 'herself and her hus
band, from September 1001, until last
September, ha had only been, to her
knowledge, under the Inlluence of
lliptor nbout, six or seven tlmcjs, or pos
"Did you havo an Idea that becauso
Johnson sang nnd danced the Jlin that
ho was drunk?" asked Peters. I
"Yes," answered Mrs. Kuntwcll;
"Did you smell hlg breath?" '
"No. 1 never came cloao enough lo
him lo do that." '
"Did he eloiicc the Jig well?"
"He danced It to perfection."
"That shows that liowiiBn't drunk
then," lemnrked Hurrlsontrlumphuul-
"That shows how good nn Idea you
have about dancing," answered I'ntnrsj
"Did he danro the Jig to amuse tho
children?" asked Peters. dlrcctljiK his
uucsllon to tho witness. sir
. "Ho did it to nmuse hlmsnlAtoo"
answered Mrs. Kcnlwell. "Of iViuiro
when the children saw him jigging
they would laugh and BOmctlmcsjtliey
would nsk htm to jig sumo more. ;' V'tien
be saw that they enjoyed It he A ould
keep 011 Jigging.
After oxliaustlng the subject of , obn
ron's lerptlchoroau proclivities I etcis
ixmnlned Mrs. Kentwcll In regard tu
Johnson's conduct as a coachman, lu
which capacity he was employed'by llio
Mrs. Kentwcll said that J6llnsni)
used ,to drive both' herself nnd, her
husband, as well nil relatives '' and
friends. .BI10 would, however, poveir
let him drive tho children unless sho
wns along hersclt.
She had told him to bo careful. Ho
often drove loci fast, uitd somctDnes she
hud been compelled to take tho reins
Irom him, On three or four occasion!!
flcctdentB had narrowly been averted
on account of Johnson's reckless driv
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