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HONOLULU. TKUKITOItY OF HAWAII. THURSDAY. A1MIIL 12. lMKi
Puiob G Okntm
Ashes Block The Streets At Naples
Maintains Johnson Mur
der Was An Insane
SILLY SPILLS LOOKLD
LIKE MANIA SYMPTOM
EXPERT 3AY3 QUESTION DOES
NOT INDICATE ATTEMPT TO
The cross-examination of Dr. Mc-'
Donald, ului In testifying us nil liisan
it y expert on (lie hypothetical ques
tlun in the Johnson murder rase, oc
cupied the cntlio forenoon session he
lore Judge lluhlnson today unit him not
jet licen iuiii luded. Thu duilor main
tulntd Unit thu murder locked like tin
liiu.mo :ut nnil sluck to this in sjilte
of vlgnious criws-qucstlous.
The w linens leittllle.l thitt the "silly
spells." wlili h hail liecn referred to by
iuver.il witnesses, when llieie mis nu
evident c to the subject's helliK under
the liilhieino of lliiior, looked llko
u.MnpliMiiH of mania, when tlio ollur
kiirioiiiulln;: eliciinistanccs were taken
Attorney (ieuerul I'cteru went baik
to Dr. McDonald's itnlcnicnl, made in
ill reel cxunilinlloii jvstcnl.iy. to the
rffpet (but ho lielloved (hat the killing
was mi Insane ml. .McDonald torrob
orated Hhs statement, saying that lie
Imi fit It on the fait that no motive hail
hecn shown In the hypothetical qucu
lion. Peters read cxlrnita fium the ipies
tliui. tukliiK Ibo description of the sub
ject's unlet unil sober nppearaneo on
the monilui; of the day of thu intinkr
until V a. in., when lie was teen swing
Iiik the child, the peculiar mannrr In
which (ho subject told the (hlld to
ionic with him. unil more especially thu
ileserlpth.il of the clothing of both mur
derer and lctlm ufler tlio deed had
been (uniinilled. He laid special Hires
on the fait that thero was no hlood ou
the child's (I misers, which hud heeu
found hanging on u hush, wlillo his:
io.it and shirt, which were found with
the hody. were saturated with hlood.
lie also pointed out that the subject's
trousciu were free from hlood. while
lila uuilcnluthlng and the front of his
thirl wcie nam rat ed. Aflir placing all
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'l Largest Stock In the
',' from which to make (elections,
Si; "Old nellable Furniture House."
V.'. YOUNG DUILDINO.
Old Reliable Furniture House." (;
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jj i w w t- u w w i i w i i u ;
To cpend money on clothes
of unproven merit la to squan
CONSISTS IN QETTINQ THE BEST CLOTHES AT RIGHT PRICES.
8UCH 0ARMENT8 AS
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN
MADE IN NEW YORK
Tho CORRECT CL0THE8 FOR MEN, MADE N NEW YORK,
arc equal to the to order-tailored garments In everything but tho price.
Wo have proven this to more than a thousand men let us prove it to
The Kash Co., Ltd,
TEL. MAIN 25. COR. FORT AND HOTEL STS.
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V. A. Ilryan, becking a legal epln
lon In the matter of his suggestion lli.-t
the County of O.ihu maintain a free
public library, is In receipt of the fol
lowing: 'lo Mr. W. A. Ilryan, City.
Dcir Hli : Answering your oral In
ipilry of lust Saturday noon, 1 am rt
the opinion (arrhed lit without any
Hwly of the authorities, for tlio time
limit set by you has not permitted of
null study) (hat the County of Ualnl
mid the Honolulu I.lbinry and Reading
Itoom Association, a corporation, each
.mine lliiinigh the proicr tinkers, may
lawfully outer iulu an agreement, eaeli
with the other, whereby the County
shall agree In pay to the Association
a stated sum per staled period for I ho
rights mid privileges heieln.ifler stal
ed, and whereby llio Association shall,
In consideration of the abtne-nieii-tinned
payment, agree lo penult mil
grant lo thu Inhabitant of said Coun
ty, durtr.i; the period named, thu use,
without fiiilher chaigv, of its reading
room, books, magazine, papers, and
other property of a similar natiirt),
under reasonable rules mid regulation;.,
lo be prescribed to u ccitaln extent In
the contract Itself mid In other le
spcitu. If so desired, by the Association
alone from time to timu, fur Ilia pro
tection of lis culd property. How far
Mich rules mid regulations must ho In
corporated In thu ion trait It Is illl'l
cult. If not Impomlblc. to say dcllullely
In advance. Thu legality of any pin
poicd contract must be determined with
refcreneo lo lis terms. Tlio geneni!
object of the piovlslou may, however,
be stated to ho (hat (ho contract eliow
on Its face thai the County, for Us In
habitants, acquires, for the payment
mentioned, substantial mid tlcllneil
rights capable of rnforicmciiL
The expressed term of thu agreement
should, 1 think, be short, say l
mouths, and thereafter until thu ex
piration of six montliii from and after
thu date of giving of nollio by either
party of Its intention mid desire to
terminate the agreement,
'I lie (iovcrniuent bus us ct taken no
Et.ps to give the .Moloknns title to any
novcrnniint land, mid. owing to tha
liillurc of the lonimiinlly plan to work,
It Is regarded us doubtful that they will
over obtain the laud destined for (belli
oil thu settlement ussoe.'atlou plan pro
posed. The Attorney General has forbidden
Die use of hacks by members of his ile
paitinent nl government expense.
The examination of Dr. McDonald on
ro-iMicct In thu Johnson case began
Henry Walerhouse Trust Co.. Ltd,,
Stock and Bond Prokers,
Ollices; Cor. Fort and Merchant Sti.
Telephone Exchange No. ).
Hellable clothes quality Is nol
made by glowing advertico
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Komi plantation has begun work on
the clearing and picuarlng the laud
for planting, of live hundred acres for
Ine I'.mg ciop One hundred men a ri
al work In Ibis Held.
There is talk In Kona. I Inn all. of a
lomp.itiy of Japanese capitalists trying
to git control of the Kona plantation
iAND 1Y nil
The l'cileral (Iraiul Jury did file a
leport today, us was prophesied yes
lerday, but the report was not a llu.it
one, us had bicn picdlctcd b Mie led
rial olliiers. It was only u priTlmln.iry
leport, ii mere llllng of liidlciineiits in
tlio cases which bail been Investigated,
unil In which true bills hud been (omul,
and instead of being discharged, the
Jury was excused until next Monday
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the answer t'nltcd States District At
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torney llreckous would give, when
asked what wits the reason fur this
ihauge in tlio piogriuu.
Ill Ibo incjiillinu the IndlclinciiU'
show that thu tlranil Jmy has been
busy on thu cases of the four Chliicsi)
gintleinen, who aiu charged wltli Hav
ing iittcuijited to violate the Immlgrn
tlon laws. It wits In this cuso that one
Chinese staled under oath that bis
friend had assuied hi in that ho count
run him past (he Immigration otlhluls
ns ho had bribed them, while another
candidly iiilmlltcil that bu was a pro
fessional witness In suili matteis. it
would therefore seem ipille pruhahlo
Hint thu tiiiiilslllnu, when It tiiino
niross such a bunch of curious nssci
lions, should have bad lis curiosity
aroused and bad become desirous of
looking closer ii.lu the matter.
TI'iTo Is also thu piobablllty lliat
having dealt largely with bigamy thu
ttriind Jmy may Investigate whether
plural marriage Is practiced by Mor
moiiH of the Territory.
Thu I ii tl I Inn ids returned In the pre
liminary icporl today weio as follows.
Malcku (w.) mill Mokuabl (kl. i barged
with bigamy: lln N.il.iKit. a Jup.iuise
from Kuhahi, ebargid wllh Illicit illa-
lllllng: Wong Hong, 'long Hong,
Cluing Cheung mid Wong Koch Vee.
charged with conspiracy to violate (lie
linnilgrallt.il laws; Leo Wa Lcc,
i barged with iidullery; mid Charleil
Wells, tho former Kawalbau pontmast
it, charged with embezzlement.
County Attorney Douthltt slates that
iormal charges are necessary If the
tasu of Deputy Sheriff Kckuuuha Is lo
bo tried by Ibu Supervisors, us pro
posed, next Monday night.
It Is hoped that thu leave of absence
naked for by Collector K. II. Staikable
In order that ho can go (o Kuiopo on
Immigration mallets, will arrive In to
morrow 'n mall
Some Day Death
Will Greet Youi
You are perhaps overlooking tho fact
that you won t walk this earth
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H iciiiuib irtiiytD uur diiriiii miyiii
be left In, were you to answer the
final summons today? Your duty
to those you love is to be pre-
pared to have your bouse set
In order. It will be wise to
make your Will nt once. If
you are in doubt as to tho
formalities to be observed
In drawing up such an Im-
portant document, wo
will advlso you and will
serve you In any oth-
cr way that wo may
bo able to.
Fort Street, Uonnlnlu
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CO. D STILL LEADS
And St. Louis Boys
ARE CLOSE SECOND
ADMIRAL BECKLEY DROPS TO THIRD PLACE
Co. D. the llllo ho.. still hold tin'
lead III the unto rate Inn 11 Is St. Louts
mid not the A1iiili.U who threatens
their position this week The St liins
Alumni east over scwtii) thousuii I
Miles this week and unless there l
Mini') tall canvassing dune they wit! Le
ut the bead of the list luvt week.
Co. I) evidently fell pretty sure of
their position ns it ieiiilred only tweli
thousand for them (o buhl their own,
mid (bo Admiral seems not lo have
Outside the big tote (blown by the
St Louis luulliigrnt, the marked feat
lire of thu week was the even otu clot
all along the line. 'I lie changes ari
comparatively fen. Mrs Dlekersou
lias Joined the twenty thousand toii
trutants, over ten thousand voles hn
lug been deposited to her iirdil. J.u I:
MicIkIi lias nlto Joined the upper ten
unil ionics In under I be twenty thou
sand mark. Tluuiuis White of Keiilu
V.ckiia added it good sum lo his irodlt
hut net quite enough to bold his por
tion In tlio line. Ft Id of the .Manna
I .o. i a I mi bad coiisbleriiulc to his ci cu
ll, enough for him to get Into the upper
I bong. 'I hero aie other candidate,
along tho lino who have expectations.
A man came down from Kati.it thla
wick and announced that Ibu Kig.'l
Club would he heard from and It Old
cui.t nearly two tboui. nl votes. If they
oik i start out for the lop Ihn Kegtllles
promise In make some ouu warm up tu
Keep thu pate.
Ah thu coiite.it goes forward there Is.
of course, Hie usual talk of what each
Is going to do. Vou usually hear of the
schemes that tho other lellow is salu
to bavu up his sltcvc. Combinations
nru the III Kt thing ptedieled. These
me not sportsmanlike and the million
Is not adopted hy those who aim lo win
by fair means. Thnsu who can't win
out on n fair basis ought not to win.
That Is why tin St. Louis boys me
somewhat aroused at thu stuiy going
around of lomblnatlons they are n
make. That Is not thu HI. Uiuls way
of lining things. St. I.oiiIh boys go .mi
lo win In everything they iinderlnke,
mitt If they en ii I lead through the u
forlH of themselves and their frit tula
they will nut call In any assistance In
too way of unfair combinations with
Consequently one of the leaders bus
nskid that the following circular letter
bent out mini time ago bu published.
It fully outline.-, thu pui pose of ihn
HI. I.oiiIh hoys mid all will agree that
their plan is thoroughly stinlgblfor-
"'"i " "" ?"""', iey un nm iiiieuu
hat friends shall give them votcti to
Co. D.N.G.H., Hilo
St Louis College Alumni
Admiral Geo. C. Bccklcy
Judge A. N. Kcpoikai
We have Just received per Sierra a small assortment of PAT
TERN HATS, no two alike, Thry arc the highest perfection of the
Millinery Art and must be seen to be appreciated.
THEY CAN BE BOUGHT AT SALE PRICESI -fl((J
Sipy DON'T MISS THE OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE
Fine MILLINERY For Easter
I L B. KERR & Co, Ltd J
W ALAKEA STREET.
r- s-nf liiwrc-hfcui.tf ii. ) ,
ie I railed
1'rcHiiuilng that sou nre n legular
Mihreiiber to the livening lliilletiti and
l.'iko nn active interest In the oillcoiun
of the Automobile Prize Conies'. I beg I
to solicit jour nld mm kind toopcru
Hon In favor of (lie St. Uiuls Collego
Alumni Association by forwaidlng nm
your lounotiH for the iiunrlerly, semi
miur.ally or yearly subscription to tlio
l;en he or Weekly Iliillellu, provlilcil
the objects for which the Association
wns organized nml the reasons wbleli
llidilceil It (o rider (Ills contest merit
jour kind lonsltleratlon and hearty ap
proval. Tho nhjei Is for wbleli thu Associa
tion was organized are these:
To assist in (he maintaining of
To promote athletic sports.
To lender assistance to Its members
In their vocations mid in securing for
To pruritic libraries), reading rooms,
nml ii club house.
To assliil our Almn Mater In estab
lishing iipei ial studies mid lo assist In
malitalnliiK n monthly Journal devoted
to I In InlcrestH.
Our objects In having the Associa
tion enter tills contest nru primarily
To iboioiighly advertise our Asmi
elalloii among the thousands of stu
dents throughout this Territory whom
we have been unable to reach with
our clreiila lettern nnd In nrotmo. en
thiiNiasm among I In; nliidcnts In gen
eral. To itlspoi'o of the prlrn (Itco inilo
moblle) In the event of our being tho
Kiiccissful conlestmil. In some manner
that will matcilally henelH Ibu Alum
ni. Tiusltng thai Ibo consideration of
(he iiliovo objects will bavu some
welcht In dei bllng as to whom joit
should grant your siihserlptlon votes,
nnil appreciating mi early mid favor
able reply, I beg to remain, sincerely
JAMKS I.. HOLT.
President St. l-ouis Collego Alum
ni Assn.; address P. (), llox
The rules against transfer of ballots
time last are very strict mid II Is not
likely Unit friends who give their vine
ton lonleslaut will experience any de
btee of pteisure lo lii.r: Hint they bavu
hi en transferred to another before the
are nent to this iidl co. No transfers
me possible after tho votes nru once
ilepiisllul In the box.
The llullelln knows of no t ontf stunts
who are combining. The slorlcH ii'o
evidently Marled hy those who Hunk
some one might do It. The standing
ufter this morning's count follows
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Italy's King Is
Among His People
NAPLES, Italy, April 12 Ashes are Kill falling on the city from Vesu
vius. Houses throughout the city are collapsing from weight of athes and
many roads are closed.
The King Is taking an active part In quieting the people. He It going
personally among them and counselling them to be calm.
The International relief fund is
Greene and Gaynor
SAVANNAH, Ca., April 12. Greene and Gaynor have been convicted of
conspiracy and embezilemcnt In handling Government contracts. These men
have long fought against arrest and conviction. They were the contractors in
the work in connection with which Captain Carter served a term In prison.
They lied to Canada and lived for years in luxury. They were finally extra,
dited and brought before the courts here.
RUSSIAN LOAN READY.
PARIS, France, April 12. The Russian loan for 400,000,000. will be ready
lo Issue In a few days,
DIRECT ELECTION FOR THE SENATORS.
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 12. The House Committee lias acted fa
ably on the resolution declaring for tho election of United States Senator
direct vote of the people. The House has repeatedly passed such a resol
and It has invariably failed In the Senate.
v BUILD PHILIPPINE ROADS.
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 12. Work will soon begin on th construc
tion of railroads In the Philippines, for which contracts have been let.
KING'S WEDDING DAY.
MADRID, Spain, April 12. King Alfonso's marriage will take place on
SAN FRANCI8CO, Cal., April 11. SUGAR: 06 degree Centrifugals,
3.-1825 cents, or $69.65 per ton. Previous quotation, 3.55 cents.
The police have pulled Ibu die fa
gamesters, who attempted to reopen
their bank nt ilio beginning of thu
present week, up with n round turn,
unil now I lie lilg liuukH show no mor -signs
of life than they have dono fur
many weesk past
When thu January (liaiul Jury
prcstcd Ibu big banks bo bard, they
decided to close an long as tho storm
was threatening, with the understand
ing however, that us boon ns tho
(Iraiul Jury hud lepoilcd, they might
As a consequence the oiillU known
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Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd,
PHONE MAIN 282 1051 FORT STREET HONOLULU
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ns He Amniin bank opened last Mon
day nml londiirtcd the regular business
ns of yore, giving out winning words
on both .Monday nnd Tuesdny. ThS
police got onto tho fact that tho games
were running again nnd took net Inn
with great promptness. On Tuesday
one l.iitu I loon nnd four other Chinese
were arrested on charges of aiding tlio
running of a ihofa bank. This scene
etl to Heart- tho hankers. At least,
both yesterday mid today tho Annum
hank has been ns inactive ns Punch-
I "Wo got onto Ibo fact Hint Ibo Am
nn lank was rnnning Insl Monday,"
bald Assistant Sheriff Vldn this morn
ing, "and wo Immediately took nil o
slhlo steps lo Ktop It. Wo caught flvo
men. but of course these are only
I agents. However, wn havu taken nil
' possible measures) to stop Ilia running
or thu games hy having police otitcera
ut all Ibu places where the die fu tick
ets are usually sold, such as China
town, thu Asylum road nml Dowsett
lane Of course it is nu offense lo buy
tlekils ns well ns lo sell them, ntul
when the players see (ho ollce olllccra
around, they are afraid of buying. This
Is a pretty effective way of stopping
tho big banks from doing nny bual
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
Most women want to go to church
on Easter morning, You have a nice
gown and a pretty bat, but have you
thought about your shoes? Our Easter
offering this year Is tho largest and
bestcelected stock that we have ever
presented to our customers. Every
thing Is absolutely new and of the very
latest style. The stock has been open
ed and we aro now ready for business.
The above cut represents a handsome
BRYN MAWR tie, suitable for any
swell dress occasion. We have all
dies and all widths.