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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY, APIIJL C, 190C.
BISMARK STABLE CO., LTD.
U A 1 1 I I U I I MAIM
f BISMARK BRANCH STABLES
Hacks, Carriages, Buggies and Sad
dle Horses on sliort notice.
' Carriages meet all steamers. Com
pctent drivers, reasonable rates, new
vehicles and livo stock.
Rose Croix Regular 5 p. m.
All visiting 11101111101-) of llin
order nro cordially Invited to at
tend meetings or local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meols ovory Momlny evening nt 7:30
In I. O. O. 1". Hull. IVirt street.
P.. It. IIHNDHY. Sccrclury.
i:i.mi:r e. sciiwAitziiEitn. n.c.
All vlBltlug lumbers very runllnlly
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening nl
7:30 o'clock In K. of I. Hall. KIiik
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
llcd to attend.
rt. ..... ......o, J. WIIITKIIKAD, CO.
' I. WAI.DRON, K.U.8.
OAHU 'LODGE, No. 1, K. or P.
Meets every Krhlny evening nt
K. P. Ilnll. King street, nt 7:3D. Mem
bers of .Mystic Lodge. No. 2. Win. Me
Klnloy Lodge, No. 8. ami visiting
lirnllicrH Kinlinlly Invited.
C. M. WHITE. 0. C.
A. S. KENWAY, K.R.8.
HONOLULU LODGE 61C, D. P. 0. E,
Honolulu I.odgo No. Clfi, II. I. (). E
will moot In ilielr new linll. on Miller
nml llorctnnla slreclt", every Kiiday
Ily older or llio E. It.
IIAIIKY II. SIMPSON,
GEO. II. ANGUS, E.H.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. S, K.of P,
Meets every H.itnrday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, KIiik
street. VIltlug brothers cordially In
Tlr 'o attend.
M. M. JOHNSON. C.C.
L'. A. JACOHSON, K.I1.8.
HONOLULU AERIE 1-10, F. O. E.
Meets on tlio 2nd nml 4th WHDNUS
DA avcnliigs of caili inoiitli at 7:30
o'clock in K. of P. Hall. King klrect.
Visiting Eagles aro linked to at
tend. SAM McKHAGIIU. W.P.
II. T. MOOUE, W. Secy.
HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Meets ocry first and llilrd THIIItS
DAY or uacli mouth In I'Valemlty llnll,
Odd 1-YIIiiwh' llulldlliK. l'oit street, nt
7:30 o'clock p. m, A Tiill iiltcndunco
Is desired nt every meeting.
Transaction of Business.
j COURT CAMOES, No. .8110, A. 0, F.
f ' Meets every 2d and 11 li Tuesday of
raoli inoiitli nt 7:30 p. m., In Ban An-
I'.tonlo Hull, Vineyard street.
,f Yifltlni: biotlicrs coullally Invited
' A. K. VIERIIA. C. It.,
I M. C. PACIIECO, I". S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Meets uvery second and fourlli
FRIDAY of each mouth In I. O. O. 1',
Visiting biothcrs cordially luvlled to
W C. Mi COY, Sachem.
A. K. MURPHY, C. of U.
I F BREAD, CAKES, COOKIE"?, ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Bar. BERETANIA and EMMA STS,
A Pleasant and Hygienic Bev
erage for Young and Old.
For Sale Bottled and In Bdlk
Hoffschlaegcr Co., Ltd.
KING AND BETHEL STREETS
Why not buy
the best lumber?
Dulldlnrj-tlme Is here again and you
arc probably pondering over the ques
tion or lumber. It Mill pay you to get
the best lumber possible for building
your house the kind that will stand
wear and tear. Wo are exceptionally
well stocked this season and are In a
position to supply the best at the low
est prices. Let us figure on your spec
ifications. WE CAN SAVE YOU
Lewers & Cooke,
377 SO; KING 8T.
Alexander & Baldwin
4. P. COOKE Manager
II. F. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander... Second Vice Pres,
L. T. Peck Third Vice Pres.
J. Waterhouse Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company,
Maul Agricultural Company,
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian 8ugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company,
Another Shipment ol
AT 1048-60 ALAKEA ST.,
BY J. C. AXTELL & CO.,
P. O. BOX 642.
PHONE BLUE 1801. HONOLULU
GAMARA & CO.,
QUEEN AND ALAKEA STREETS.
TEL. MAIN 492.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
Orders delivered to all parts of city.
Electric Flash Lights
GUY OWENS Co.
Phone Main 315. Union 8L nr. Hotel.
NOW ISN'T THIS APPEALING7
FRESH THREE DAYS
"What?" The home-made bread sold
Wfink books of alt sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho bulletin Pub
LOCAL AND GENERAL
.. .;. . .j. . 4
rsy A Bulletin want ad. costs
15c per line for one Insertion,
or ;0c a llno 'or one week a
: line Is about six words big. An
! expenditure of 60 or 90 cento may
: easily do a Hundred Dollars'
of work. "WO
W 50UO .PEOPLE READ
THE BULLETIN WANT ADS.
! 4" 4
Wblto stcjm nulos. Stockyds stable.
'I he Hlhs inert this evening at 7. BO.
Try ono of those delicious hot sup
pers at tho Cobweb Cafe.
Knur vnrlctlea of fresh Jam at lid
per pound at tho foctory. 1S4 Hotel Bt.
Toiuoriow Is the List l.iy to buy
Milt underwear nt almost half lrko at
The Catholic Uidlcs' Aid Society Will
meet III C. II. I', lull this evening tit S
Neatly furnished rooms nt tho Pop
nl.tr. $1, 11X0 ami V per week. 1213
0 .1 Day made the address nl tho
noonday Bert Ice for mm In the Young
Order n nlco broiler, fresh IslanJ
beef and cal nl Raymond Ranch Mar
ket, tclcphono 161.
Oaliu Lodge. No 1 K. of P., will
mcel tonlsht at 7:21 o'clock In K. of
P. llnll, KIiik street.
The Jury In tho damage suit of l.eo
Hon s I' Apann, jestcrdny returned
M'lillit lor plalnlllT for $2..
Two Kieat tallies nl Whllnoy &
Mnifh's on .Monday. Sec their ad tin
the hint page foi particulars.
A six-ton sticl door lor the now
vault or the Henry WnlcrliniiMi TriiRl
Co., Mil., arrived In tho Sierra.
A tdieilh salo In the matter or Mrs.
H.ililnu K. lliildilmuii vs. Mill. J. K.
IntikVa Is puhllshed In this Issue.
Mil. Kllz.itjolh l.)le. who has been
lsltliiK Mr. and Mrs. James l.ylc, lilt
lor Kan I'miRlxro in tho iJoiioinu.
Olio llcrndt has been nppolntvJ
gaiiKer In the Inlirniil lleteniie oMch
jiiiI I tatiili .lohiirun outslito deputy.
One or the (he Moloknns who left
Kapaa retiiriiid on tho Inst Mlknhaln,
dcicrmltied to ceano luaklng for trou
ble. A new lot of Rrny suitings by sic imrn
Ncvnd.iu Just opened up. 'I hey on
lool-luokltiK kind, (leo, A, .Murtli.,
'the rcKtilitr nionlhly meeting of tho
Kiec Kindergarten mid Chlldien's Aid
'AKBorlntlon wai held this morning In
the Y. W. C. A. rooms.
(Icniral James F. SmltU, tlcc-gov-crnor
of tho I'hlllpplucs, may be u pas
bcnger on the Mongolia, going through
In the Conbt on n vacation.
Chas. T. Ilarllett, cashier and book
eeper of the Honolulu Ilrewlug &.
Malting Co., leaves In the next Alameda
for n vacation uf novcu weeks.
Jiilillia. liRiiliaJors. Tho, buslncai
uinchlue. Hot yiiti:r utleni, not hot
air. Heo them lioforp buylug. M. W.
McChtsncy li Kunti, Ltd., 'ngriiln, (uecii
Yesterday was Chinese decoration
day, appointed by the I Impress Dow
ager. Appropriate ceremonies wctrt
held at tho Chlncso cemetery '" Pnuua
mi I ley.
Tho Hympliony Orchestra will hulil
IIh regtilat rehearsal tonight. All
members, lire nuked to attend ns Ihn
program lor the coming concert Is to
lie given utit. , ,
I'uaknhcl.i was arre'stVd lor Ileitis
found without lawful uxcubo In tuu
Kcrvniits' ipiartcrs of Thus, llobrond
icsldciice. A iiiiautity or Jowclry wni
found on Mm.
Pat Sllva Iiih received a letter from
Ids hrothir Tom to the inert that tl"
llnvMilhiti (llee Club lias been engngxd
to play at the Portland hotel, Portland,
for the ensuing year.
The annual session of tho O.iliil
blanch of tho Hawaiian Ilviuigcllcal
Arsoelatlon begun nt Kmimakaplll
church yesterday. Itcv. I), Korbcs gavo
tho opening mhlrcbs.
'lhe launch rldo to he given for llio
Odd Kcllows mid Itehekahs will take
plaeo thlH evening, stiirllug from tho
UlMliup hII), foot or Alakea street,
ptoni)tly at ":'M o'clock.
Postmaster Pratt Is ipiutcd ns ndvU
lug Honolulu to go slow la opposing
the naval reclamation bill, slum II U
n California iiieasuru mid Hawaii fre
quently asks California's support.
Tho ladles or tlio Alcxamkr House.
Wallukti, will ho at homo to iccqlva
eallrrK bolvvecn the hours.ot 2 nuil D on
Mondity iifteiiuiiiu, April II!, Instead
of on tho second Monday of tho month
M. K. Mcndonea of Pation rond. Ho
liolulu. bus assigned nil his properly
to M. A. Uonsalvcs for tlio benefit of
his creditors. All claims ngnlimt said
U. K. Mendonen iiiiihI bo presented to
M. A. (lonsnlvcs.
Hccrctary II. P. Wood of tho Promo-
Hon Coiumlttcq hopes to scctiro space
on tho Atlantic City (N. J.) board
walk, In the I.os Angeles building, to
exhibit I). Howard Hitchcock's paint
lug or the villi alio.
A. K. Jitdd. S. M. llallou nnd J. It.
Cult ycjtciday called on tlio Aclltit;
(iovcruor to object to liny change in
llio Itaiild Trauult schedulo which
would i educe the l.lllha street servho
from Q to lD-niliiuto cars.
Yung Pit, nllghtlng from a Puunhou
enr at Kuit and Hotel streets, was
i-t ruck by nn automobile from tho Block
Yards. Ho was injured about tho head
mid shoulders, mid tho chauffeur con
veyed him to tho ChlncGu hospltul.
PIcrro Lambert, cliql of (ho Hawaii
an hotel, has collected among Urn hotel
employes mid other friends $Gu fur llio
lu'iiullt of the widow of, the bile Henry
Gibson, head baker, whd died the oth
er nny, Tho widow expressed her
Ucorgo I). Gear was rorclbly ejected
f i oiu Quarantine, wharf yesterday, with
his Intel preter , MiiMno. Tho nt
torncy or the Hawaiian Sugar Plant
ers' Association, requested the nttomey
and Interpreter to leavo tho wharf,
holding that they wcrp trespassers.
They were, supposed In bo Interfering
with Japanese Iminlginnts iceased
from (tmirantliie. They refused to go
nnd tho attorney called (ho police. Dep
uty Sheilft Vlda removed Gcur und
Mulflno from tho wharf.
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
the most approved methods, and.
back of all, we have adequato knowl
edge of the eye and Its needs.
A. N. 8ANFORD
Boston Building, Fort
over May &. Co.
MONUMENT8, SA.FES, IRON FENCE
M. E. MEtNDRICK
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ., 176-180 KINO ST.
Press Muzzled Again
(.loclntitl 1'rcu (('refill Cubic)
St. Petersburg. April 5, Tho worst
features of tho prc censorship liuvo
Tho sending of convicts to Saghallcn
lias been discontinued.
Tho reactionaries nrc endeavoring to
Induce the Czar to annul the icccnt
Sentenced To Death
(tiir!.frd J'nii Kjxcfiif Cubic)
Vladivostok. April 0. The trial of
tvvciityrlhreR' .toldlers engaged In llio
October ntulliiy ilins been concluded.
Two of them wcro sentenced to death
mid the others to Imprisonment.
Dowie Bound Home
C.lcliril I'roB HiiccUiI Cubic)
City of Mexico, April C Dowlo has
bturtcd for Chicago.
Yoliva Getting Ready
(Aaaocltttttl I'rcss Kiicclal Cable)
Chicago, April 0. Vollvn, tho new
licnd of .lou, has transfcricd all tho
pioperty of thai concern, Including
llowlo'u pergonal cffecla, to Alexander
May Refuse Arbitration
(Uj,iciiil(il Vim Kiicclul Cubic)
New York. April C. It Is believed
tlint the autbiaclte coil operators will
lefute tho request uf Ihu miners to sub
mit Ilielr dilTcicnccs to uihltrutluu.
f.lMlirlllllll I'll so Hiicclnl Cubic)
Tnklo. Apill rij-rrTho Hiipplcmcutury
oxtrailllloi treatywltli America has
Peace Of Hungary
(Vttaiicfiifril fro flpicliil Cubic)
Vienna, April C Tlio peavo of Hun
gary seems to lie nssiiicd on tho basis
or postponing the military demands for
Ambassador From Japan
(AnsDcltituI I'rcta Hicilul Cubic)
Toklo, April C Viscount AoM, flirt
Jiipancsu Auihassador to tho United
Btntes, sailed for America today.
Tho VUcoiiut Aokl, una of tho mo.sl
distinguished statesmen of Japan,
comes to l.u;o the plaeo nt wiisniuglpn
ror his government that l.yko Wrlgl't
noma ior mo American government ..!
Toklo. ir ho eniucs by llonnlulii It will
ho ns n pnesengcr on tho Nippon Mam,
due hero on Apill 21.
Acting Governor Atkinson has ar
ranged for n consultation with Special
Immigration Commissioner K. R,
Siticknblo early next week. In regatd
to tho Azores mission, Tho day litis
not yet been set. Stnekablo will then
meet tho members of tho Hoard of Im
Illnnk books of all sorts, ledgers
etc , manufactured by tho llullctlu Pub.
To Book Lovers
We beg to announce the arrival of
many hew sets of fine: books In very
handsome bindings. Any one set will
makna valuable addition to a library.
Arriong .the authors represented are
Smollett ,Bret Harte
Jefferson arid others.
Call and sec them at
Win, C Lyon Co,,
Cor. Hotel and Fort streets, upstairs.
Entrance on Hotel street.
for i mans
.Superintendent of Public Instruction
Ilnbbllt called on W. M. Clifford this
morning to illecusn the possibility of
tho Oceanic Steamship Company giving
the teachers of tho Teiiluuy u lediiccd
into to ntlend the cessions of the Na
tional Kdiicutloiial Association to ,'Ijl
held In San Kr.uiclsuo.
Mr, GIITnnl proailacd to tnka the mai
ler up with tho olllcers of tho steam
ship heailqtuirlers In Ban KraneHco.
llu Incidentally rcqinstnd that there be
a reasonable Guarantee given o llio
imnibcr golug ir possible. Not Infre
quently tho company Iuih niadc special
excursion i.ttus for a Daily of nn "ex
pelled" number, only to llnd that when
tho shin, left tho number was not up' to
ixpcctutlons though' advantage, vvaa
taken or tho excursion rule by tho row
f.mnliiltiff Mr llfllililll cfltlHli1(n-d It
quite pioper that tho steamship com-.his
iinnv Bhould bo denll with rulrly. lie
will nddiojs an olUrlnl letter on tho sub
ject to tho steamship olllcers.
Nothing has been heard from tin;
Paclllu Mull on this matter nnd It Is
quite probable that Ihu local lino Is tho
only one that will handle, It, ns tin!
t.irough boats will be ludemand at that
Tho new concioto sea-wall or tho Pa
cific slips Is fast nppioachlng comple
tion und Contractor Lord Is personally
uupcrlntciidlng the Job. "Tills ain't
quite iib big u Job as tho Galveston tea
wall," ho Bays, "but it Is being well
dono.und you can ben wo aro putting in,
according to specifications, (ho ex
panded metal that has a great deal to
do, nccoidiug to modern engineers,
with making concrete work more,
staple. Hut. speaking of tho Gulvcs
tou Job, which was ono or tho largest
ever attempted. It was a friend of mluo
who did that job. Ho made $IOO,0U0
clean piollt. I hear thai ho has lost It
nil, gone bankrupt, on tho big Itoosc.
veil dam contract. Ko, you see, thU
conducting Isn't all sure und wo tuko
It Is thought that l.ord's firm will bo
tho successful bidders for tho nc'.v
Mall's slip when tho award Is made,
wnleh will probably hu today or to
morrow. WRITE AT 0CE TO
Tho local dealers In souvenir post
.cards have tioublcs of their own us
witness onu or tho following requests
from n surrowlug mother which was
handed In tho olllco this morning:
00 College Street, Jackson, Tenncssco,
U. B. A., March 21th, 1900.
A young mnn named John Roy Alex
ander bought post curds from your
eloio In February, two or three times.
Will you please try to seo him und tell
him thciu nro letters In tho post olllco
lit Honolulu ror him, und to write to his
homo und his mother. He 1b n It, Road
man, Pleaso tell hlni to write homo
ugatii. Ho belongs to tho II. It, T.
Pleaso try lo Hud him ror his mother.
JIRSj W. K. ALKXANUKR.
The BU8INESS MAN'8 HANDY IN.
DCX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the. Weekly Edition, glyes a
concise and complete reoume of alt le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75J per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SSI per year.
EHf Fine Job Printing at the Bui
JOHN80N SAW SPECTRE.
(Continued irom l'dgo 1.)
(uild any special attention to Johnson
vhcn ho met him. Ho, had not notlcol
anything unusual.. lie) did not uppoar
lo bo muter tho Influence or liquor.
' Harrison nsked n number or other
questions but the witness failed to glvo
"Ho told mo n dincreni siory, saiu
Harrison ns ho excused tho witness,
itnvn vn'i rni'tlmt remark, down on
the record?" nsked Peters, directing his
question to Col. Jones.
"Thcio rcmarus uon i navo io go ui,
the record," said Ilnrrlson.
"Yes, they should," said Peters. "Mr.
Harrison lo making that Kind of re
minks nil Hip time nnd they should go
on tho record,"
. "At Irnst tho Court will instruct mo
Jury not to heed those remarks,!' sug
"Tho Court liiBtrucls tho Jury not to
heed theso side rcmnrks made by either
counsel In the enso," Bald Judge Rob
inson. John I). Holt, Sr., a very old mnti,
was the next witness. Ha had to ba
led up to tho witness stand. Ho nlso
proved of no bencflt to tho ense of the
"Do you know thcnccuscd," was thl
first question nsked.
"What?" exclaimed tho witness with
u ttnrtlcd expression nnd gazed In
tently nt n corner of the room,ln quit")
i different direction to Hint whero
Johnson was Bitting. Further ques
tion produced similar Indistinct an
swers, and Ilnrrlson soon excused tho
witness, Btntlng Hint Mr. Holt evident
ly did not feel nulla well.
Jnclntho Toxclrn, who rollowcd Holl
on tho stand, proved ns useless lo tho
defense ns his predecessors had been,
nnd was also speedily excused.
Copcland, a negro stablnmau from
Wntalua plantation, who was. called ns
tho next witness, could supply better
material. Ho had' Just, seen Johnson
last fall, when ho enmo to tiia Btablo
to get a pair of mules, which ho had
bcci ordered to drive, Johnson'nanictl
tho mules which ho had been told to
net, and Copcland pointed tho two an
imals out to Mm, as well ns tho sets
of harness belonging to him. A few
minutes later ho .caught tho dofendant
placing the homes on an .entirely dtp
lerent pair or mules.
On Now Year's day, Johnson had
come to Copcland's houso saying that
ho would Hko to spend tho day with
him. Copcland nsBcntcd io this and
they sat down and ato and drank to.
gcthcr, Johnson had several glasses
After a yhllo a Japanese lmckmau
camo to the. .house. Ho said that .he
had lost hlrl watch and accused John
ron ot having akeii,lt. Johnstn,', ad
mitted 'that' ho had taken It, liut said
that ho had given It to n third party,
vhoiHvcd In tho neighborhood. . Tho
Japanese, Johnson and CopclaW then
vcnt to this man, who gayo. up tho
watch to its owner.
When Copcland nnd Johnson cams
back to tho former's house, Copcland
noticed that Johnson wore n silver
I told him that soma ono might take
wnleh awuy.irom him, as they had
dona to tho other rollow," said Cope-
lndn, "and said vthat ho had better ctvo
It to the old woman, so that sbo'could
keep It for him. Ho gavo tho old wo
man tho walcn,.niid sue put li up on n
Hhclf, Ho never thought nny, morn
nbout It and went away without It.
"Tho next day at about 0 o'clock la
tho morning I met Johnson on tho rpad
right by tho brldgo by Ah Chew's
store. Ho was Btandlng In tho middle
nt tho road.
"Johnson said that ho had lost hit
watch In tho stream nml couldn't get
hold of It again. He could seo the,
watch very plainly, but every time, lio
Went down to get It had disappeared.
"Of courso, I know where thu wntclt
was, so I told him to go nnd see, the;
old woman and sho might tell Jilm
t-omcthlng about It. Ho went rlghtCoft
to tho h'Meo and got tho watch. He
camo back and showed It to mo anil
said, 'Thank you.' a.
"Was Johnson under tho Influcnca
of liquor at tho limb?' 'asked garri
son. . . '
"I wouldn't,Bay that ho was drunk,"
answered uopciuuu, mcuiiaiivciy, -11111
I should say that ho was two sheets In
tho wind and tho other ono shaking."
"What Impression did Johnson make
on you In regard to tho Btnto of his
mind?" askcii Ilnrrlson.
"I.Just thought that when ho wns
drinking ho hud a. screw 19080 some
where," answered Copcland, "nnd
when ho was not drinking ha know
pretty well what he was doing. Ha
was light-minded when ho was drlnlc
On his cross-examination of Copc
land Attorney General Peters elicited
from him tho fact that ho had received
a letter from Harrison.
Harrison objected to any testimony
regnidlng tho letter, claiming that tho
document Itself would bo tho best evl;
Tho objection was unsuccessful and
Copclnnd testified that in tho Icttcl
Ilunluou hud promised him to rownrd
him If ho could get togothcr evidence
for tl.o defense.
"Did you ever get tho reward?" ask
"No, I didn't," snld Copcland. "1
nover got tho evidence.
"Why didn't you?"
"I Just, put U10 letter away, and. uev
cr did anything more about It."
"So yiu,Jiist spiirnct tho offer of, re
waid, did you?" remarked PctcrB, Bar-
"l'um not that kind or a man," nn
swqred Copclnnd, proudlyt
At, this point Harrlon coiled Poturs
wrath down over his head by .aBjiliig
why ho did not show tho letter.
"Why don't you produce, tho loiter?"
ho said. "You got It away from him."
"I did not," thundered Peters.
"Rlther you did or somebody clso
did," protested Harrison.
"What do ypu know about It?" thun
dered Peters sgaln.
"I am asking for tho letter," said
"And I am nsldng what do you know
nbout It?" roared Peters.
Hnrrlbou again ventured to object,
hut1 his feeble protests', wcro drowned
Cure .FoQhe" Blues
ONE MEDICINE THAT HAS NEVER FAILED
Health Fully Restored and the. Joy of
When acliecrful, bravo, llglit-licftrtccl
woman Is suddenly plunged Into that
perfection of misery, tho 1ILUES, Ills
a sad picture. It Is usually this way.!
Bhfi has been feeling "out of sorts"
I sLV -i'i'fiT bj Vii 19 y pB W t
for somo tlnioj head has ached nnd
back also has slept poorly, been quite
nervous, anil nearly filiated onco or
twice; head dizzy, nnd hen rt bents very
fast! then that bcnring-dqvvn ceding,
nnd during her periods she Is exceed
ingly 'despondent. Nothing pleases
her., Hcrloctorsoys: "Checrup! you
have dyspepsia you will bo all right
Hut slio doesn't get " all right." nnd
hopo vanishes s then como Inn brood
ing, morbldi melancholy, everlasting;
Don'tnalt until your sufferings have
arlveiiyou to despair, with your nerves
all' shattered and your conrngo gone,
but tnlio l,ydla K. Plnkhnins Vege
table Compound. Seo vvhnt It did for
Mrs. Rosa. Adams, of 810 12th Htreet,
Louisville, Ky nlcco of tho Into Gen
eral Roger Hanson, C.S.A, She writes:
" I cannot tII you with pen snd Ink' wh
I,jdia K. rinkluun's Vrgxtalito Conqiound
h done for me. I sulTeml with rVnisIn
troubles, extrcmo lamltudp, 'tho blues,'
wrvoasncM snd tliat nll-gonn feollni. I wn
ndrU'.l to try I.ydla K. l'lnklmm's Vrgt-Ubl
Compound, nml It not only euml my Ittnnlo
dcrnngtmcnt,tit It lins mitoml mo to -rrct
hmlth nnd strength. Tho buoyancy of my
vouncrr davi has rotuninl. anil I do not suf
fer any limner with dmiundrncy, ns I did lv
foro. I consider I.ydla I'.. Pinlihnm'a.Vrco
tnMo, Compound a boon to tick and suffering
If you have some derangement of
the female organism write Mn.
Plnlcharo, Lynn, Mass., for advice.
In tho tremendous, volumo of sound
from the stentorian lungs of tho At
torney, General, and tlio letter was not
( v EXP.RESSEDOPINION.
(Continued from Pago 1.)
n Jury. There Is no constitutional pro
Kbltion against his doing so. As thu
petitioner did not demand a Jury, thu
statute gavo tho maglstrnto Jurisdic
tion' to try tho case, subject to appeal.
When a Jury Is demnnded In a caso
llko-thls not requiring an Indictment,
the magistrate commits the dcfcndaii',
for tilnl by Jury In tho circuit court ir
In his opinion tho cvldcneo adduced
sIiowh probnblo cause lo bellevo that
n Jury would convict. Sec, 2S0K, It. I..
Wc hold that the statute In constitu
tional nnd Hint tlio petitioner was law.
fully tried and convicted.
Tho Judgment of llio circuit Judge Is
reversed nml the petitioner Is remand
Says the. Chief Justlco In his con
After hearing counsel I feci If any,
thing inoro strongly than when I ills
bellied in tho Notlcy caso that having
taken nu nctivo pnit as counsel lit a
caso Is a dlsquallllcatlon under Hawai
ian practlco and precedents, hut 1 do
not seo how that has any bearing on
tho present case.
Even If I had given a formal opinion
nB to tho validity and effect of tho Hint
tito, as we) as expressed an approval
of.lt, as an attorney to a client In somu
other case, I would not tor that reason
bo disqualified lnvthls case, with .which
or with either of tho parties to, which
so far as this caso or this statute Is
concerned I, had never had anything to
do. Hut as matter' of fact I havo pot
sustained in respect of this statute In
nny tase;.or,niattcr or with nny person
or'liodynuy" rotation ot attorney or
other .analogous relation.
In tho absence of constitutional or
statutory proylslou to the contrary
ono may sit as a member of nn appel
late coui t 011 an nppcnl from his own
decision as a trlnl judge. In a caso, and
that wob dono hero regularly until tho
reorganization of tho Judiciary in 18U2,
and has been dono in mnny other Jur
isdictions, Most Hawaiian statutes
havo been drafted by members or tho
Supremo Court or members or tho liar
who nftorwards hecamo members of
tiia court or received tho votes of inoin-,bcj-B,pr
tho Legislature who afterwards
became members or tho court and yet
It has nover before been contended
that any such Judgo was disqualified
f.-.r (but) reason from Bitting In a caso
involving tho construction, n(, nny such
Htntutc. This Is equally truo to a
greater or less ex)ent In' other Jut Is.
'dictions. I may add, though It Is lm
matorlaU that tho preclso question
now raised under tho ela(utn was nov
er suggested and had 'never occurred
to mo and I-lmd., never formed any
upiiiiuii in rcgnrii 10 11,
- Demanding n Correction. Soma
months' ngo, In chronicling thu killing
of a man In ono or tho mines around
liulto, n local papor remarked that ho
had two cousins hi tho enmp. Next
day, within n fow hours nftor tho pa
per wob delivered to .subscribers, a
delegation of cloven appeared In tho
officer of tho paper and Indignantly do.
inlindcd that tho story bo printed all
oyos again,, nnd prfnted right, '"What's
wrpng about It?" "Why, you said ho
had two cousins. We nrq all cousins
of his. Count ns," Tho correction
was njado. Anaconda Standard,
3K-"For Rept" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.