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rvEMiNo nmxnTiN, hokomim;, V. it.. TiitmeoAY. sept. 27, woe.
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K " OF ALL
K, n n " BThcOld Blend
m' aEKLY she 3 pah, fj Whisky
1 ill lift Horse
I 1 1 ""'Cellar
Ri Oceanic Stated. LkJm
IT 'iijusdav Hrw5lK-i&f
MP- WnilNHMtlAY I jijKtOldB'icK
Hj Perfection Regular G p, m. WUl'viS'
Kt . ' Ml i '..rK
OK HATLIIIAV fSS
All visiting members of the.
order nro cordially lnvlteil to at
tend meetings ot local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. S, I. 0. O. F.
Meets every Monday tTcnlng at 7:30
la I O. O F. Mall. Fort street.
t: It. HKKDUY. Secretary.
c o norn:i,. n. n.
All vlBltlrj bro'hors very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meet every Tuesday evening Rt
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall. King
street. Visiting brother cordially In
vited to attend.
O. J. WHITEHEAD, CO.
F. WAI.DHON, K.R 8.
OAHU LODCC, No. 1, K. of P.
Meota every Friday venlrg at
K. P. Hall. Klnrr BtrceL at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic I-oiUc, No. 2, Win. Mo
Klnley Lodgo, No. 8, and Tlaltlbi
lirotbers cordla'ly Invited.
A. 1). BOND. 0. O.
A. 8. KHNWAY, K.TLS.
HONOLULU LODCC BID, . P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodro No. 816, B. P. O. K.,
trill meet In their liall, on Miller
nd Bcretanla itrceti, every Friday
By order of tlio E. It.
llAlllli ii. Biawaun,
n. b. MumiAT, n.n.
kVm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Vests every Saturday evening at
T:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, King
fjt Visiting brothers cordially In
rlfx' to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON, C.a
E. A. JACOHSON, KUfl.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Me'cta on the 2nd and 4th WKDNK8
DAY evenings of each month nt 7:30
(clock In K. of I'. Mall. King strivt.
Visiting KasliM are Intllcd tr at
bam McKnAoan, w.p.
II. T MOOKK. W. Socy.
Hawaii chapter no. 1, order of
Meets every first ar3 third THUUS
DAY of each month In 1'ruternlty Hall.
Odd Fellows' Building, Fort street, at
7:30 o'clock p. in. A full attendapco
la desired at every meeting.
Transaction of Business.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Nt. 1, I. O. H. M.
Meota every second and f&urth
FRIDAY of each month In 1. O. C. F-
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. nitAKR. Harhcm.
A. K. MURPHY. C. of R.
A Superior Light to all other.
Aesytlene Qas Is superior In quality,
and cheapness radiates less best, viti
ates the air less and has no Injurious
affecU on the eves.
i For .urther psrtl;i'lsra Inquire tt
Also Calc'um Carbide of all sizes, In
drums and small cans, for Generators
and Automobile Lamps and all slies
and grades of Oat Mantlet and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager.
Telephone Main 145. 143 Merchant 8L
to your store every day If you keep
the delivery wagon well painted and
Don't lose this business but
bring your wagon here when It needs
attention and we'll attend to It at a
427 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 193.
C. W. ZEIGLER Manager
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
C! nlhiir.t Ktnit
c lit CcMtiii( V-i),
t 'h vtt nlltrislion
IN TH MAItKHT.
' 1 r.nrUSK IMITATION
IMitT os LirriNd
Whiio Horso Collar.
In a lilc'i jiIW AYhHiy mtn don I rcp It
If ibtj can toil Aitothtr tfnJ.
MACKin & COY. DISTILLERS LTD.,
I0LAY, QLEKUVET, AND QLABQOW.
KINO AND BETHEL STREETS
Ear EVERY DAY
HAWAIIAN CRASS HUT9I
OPEN-AIR SKATINQ RINKI
ANIMALS, BIRDS, ETC, ETC.I
DON'T MISS A GOOD TIMEI
Wear Woolen Worsteds
A new and comptets line of both
English and American manufacture
now In stock
Order now and have a stylish, long,
wearing, well fitting suit made to your
order from thin handsome material.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
62 King St.
For Fine Millinery
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT 8TREET,
Phone Main 487
YOU GET THE
can be obtained by telephoning
and ordering your clothes pressed
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KINO,
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRE8SED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT STREET.
c FINE o
c AT o
FINE 8UITS FROM $15 UP.
made In up-to-date
HOTEL opp. BI8HOP ST.
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU RENOVATINQ CO.,
J. J. Fern, Manager.
RlcharJh near Queen sts. All tslt
phone messages promptly attended to,
We call for and deliver. Dyeing extra,
OPIA CIQAR 1
', Best 5c Smoke
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO 00,
LOCAL AND fiENEIAL
Go after It with a Bulletin Want Ad.
and get Itl
Tbfi Olobn ifn U cheaper.
Autoi for hire at Tor. Htablcs.
Tho RoiirIi Hitlers lme arrived.
lleU cup ot tnnen In tho city. New
New sklitn, both wash mid woollen,
nt Whitney & .M.iuIi'h.
R W rihliiKle rnm In this morning
from tho Coait on the Siberia.
8. M Damon mid II. I'. Dilllnitlnm
I annuel I od ii fiom the Coast on the
(luy Owens was a returning pjiwn-
ger today on Loird the Slhcrln from
Neatly furnished rooms nt tho Pop-
dim. 31, $1.60 and S2 per week. 1213
Mrs V A. Bon, nrtompanled by her
two ihllilrin, bus Klnrned fioni it trip
to the States.
Clicttlt Jmlco Alex I.lndsar returned
I loin the States on tho Siberia tuduy
with liU bride
Illileis will be closed all thy Silur.
dn, September 2'J. on account ot an-
mi il nlocKt jl.liiK
, number of Kauai candldilca mix1
sent their nomination papers lo the
n. J. Lord, of tho firm of Lord &
Holser. contractors, rt tin nod thin
iiiumlng from the Coast.
.Mik. St C. lllilgootl, ulfo of thn man
ngcr of tho Hotel ll.ilelwa. tt turned to-
day from u trip to tho States.
Fresh California, fruits mid egc
tables will nrrho for J. M. Liny A: Co
on Friday morning's Alameda. Ordei
Treat jour Iron roof lo a coat ot
Aablc." Thcro Is tin better proserv
nth made. Calltornla IV ed Co,
Capt. Cregory, of tho Mcanier in-l-itil.
accompanied by Miss (Iregory,
ntt.ino.1 toilaj from n utation trip to
Don't forget Alameda danro Fid-
ilni. Sentembtr 2Sth. nt Hoial Hawaii
mi I loti I .Mrs. Alapil Kings iiunn
Mrs. Wilder has stt out a number
of golden sliJHi-r tiers on 1'cnsniul.l
Elreil between Wilder meiiuo nnd l.u
is allies Ktrrct.
U. W. AHhford jeskrday filed an c
ctjitlon to tho dtclslun mid Judgment
In tho case of W. W. Dlmond B. l'rlncti
l)alil and Print u Cupid.
WalLlkt Inn Is now owned by W. C.
llergln. Atioiiimodatlons, mippllea
nnd ntttiiduueo nbsolutcly first cI.isb.
riniHt bathing on tho beach.
"Harry, ilini, don't forget lo order
that wood." "Hint nssiircil jou will
liaio It on time us t Intend to order It
f i om tho Pailllo Transfer Co."
Mannger C. ilu Rol ot II. 1 Khlers t
Co. nnd his wlfo lcturnt-d from Kurupe
today nftcr an right moulhs' visit to
Italy, (iti ninny mid HwlUcrl mil.
Rev. J. W. Wnilman, p.islor of the
MUIiocll.it church, wlfo mid daughter,
frliiruid ttxlij on Ihr. Siberia, 'iliey
have been lunKIng a lour of Hurupe,
"Vastti, Iho Mud Musician," mid Al
exander &. lleitle, all Auitinllan pir
foimcrs, who nrrhed In the Solium i,
ham decided lo glo n prrformnntti
Muslin underwear salo at Whllnej
ii Marsh's begin on Saturday mom
(leneral Counsel Cllbbou of tho Sin
1'edio. Ijih Angeles & Salt l.ako Hall
way, was taken to Ilalelwn In a special
car as tho gutsl of the 0. R. & U Co.
John Hughes, who becurcd tho Re
piiblltmi nomination for, ltrprcstnta
Iho from tho Poult Ii DlMilit, mi
nuiintcs his dtslres under Political
Mr. C. du Rol, mannger of l'.hlers k
Co, netomp.iiiled by Mis. du Rol, re
lumed on tho SIli' rid this morning.
Mr. nnd Mis. du RoMuio been mak
ing a tour of Kmopn.
A irtiuest will bo mado of tho Hoard
of SuicrIsois lo ushlsl thn boards of
election Inspectors b) p:ilng for n
citric for rath of them, ns tho work
this jrar will bn unusually heuy.
'Iho niw Kiinululiaii litija' rlubhoiiRe
will bo opened tuuwuow ovriilug with
n Ltmeert to pay for tho $!") whleh ro
mntiiH liniiild of thn J1DH0 that tho
building cost. 'Iho rest was paid by
Tho II n al nttounls In tho ostnlo of
William Dean huo been filed by the
Hawaiian Trust Co. It Bhows a lnl-
nueo on nnnil of 11S3S.I0 nnd that SCI,
uuu has already bteu remitted to Mrs
A motion was filed estcrdny after
noon by llallou A. Mmx rrprrsenlliig
Ihu plaintiff In tho suit of tho Iliiwiill
mi Trust Co. s. Mllln Morris Hint tho
raso bo advanced on tho Supremo Coin t
calendar for tliti reason that Improve
ment should bo miulo lmmrdlntely on
icrtulu pioperly held ns security.
Tho stump duty rovenuo In Reglstiar
of Couvejancts Mirrlnm'H olflco stems
likely to bo lather iimall. Tho decl
Blcm of Judgo Do Holt that tho tux
neud only he paid on tho amount stall d
on tho idinejanto Is not being fol
lowed, pending tho hearing ot the ap
peal, but should tho Supremo (.'unit
dcfldn with tho lower court tho vnlun
of real estate, as named on the con
oj antes will lavo a sudden drop,
Lnst night whllo a'numbor of oiing
men weto btandlng In fiont of thu
tlgni storo on the tomcr of Fort and
King sheets, tho sou ltd of music mine
over f i om tl.a Mtlntjiu building,
wheio the county offices mo loealul.
It was Bomeono practicing most hor
ilblo tiuclty on n piano nnd n volte.
That was not Hie. Idea which presontcd
itself to Jnclt Doylo hnwnvci, as he
rxtlalmed: "Msten to tho County
Supervisors chanting tho pulses of
tho pollco department."
No, uon l need 'em,
'cause I can't read. If I
could read I'd get glasses
sure. I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
, . jbicor
fXT-r;-. Ill ' ililn M rS- eTTTTl -W-U.WI'..1. IMr-T ..T7te
KiuAr'snJilSt'SaLs . "a '5., '-J
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON'FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORK8.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO., 176-180 KINO STREET. PHONE 287.
WHAT 1TJS, IS IT ?
"What I slid To tho Advert Iter con.
ccrulng tho pMiol wagon of thti I'ollto
Hrpmlment was u signed Klultmenl
and wiih correct as published lu the
Advertiser this mottling. 1 say ngiln
that what I did say thcitln Is toinet,
no matter whut nnnintnts mi afternoon
paper made upon It."
i:. II. l'nrln of I.'. O. Hull made tho
nbovo stalcinrnl to an Advertiser re-
nartcr iester'tlav afternoon, niter lib
bttrnlloii was tailed Co mi Item lu tin
Bulletin in which ho Ih ipioted as r.a)
Ing: 'The polltn patrol itspondcd nl
most Imuirdlalely." Adverllser.
i:. II. l'nil In tho pnsetieo of the
Ilulli'tln mm told the trporter of the
Advertiser thill thn stitlcnipnt npir.ir
Ing In tliallfllhttii was otutlly us he
had iiindl-, lljttt, thn,lliillrlln. mid hu
ktood hfl. Iti) irprnlo I tho nssi rllou
th.lt tho "poller pfiliol irspolided ill
moil linuii dlili lj'."
TENNEY'S QUICK ANSWER
An Initiating lltllo Incident or
ciin'ctl tin nl her tiiij when J. I). T li
nt) win! It fore the Hoard of lleglsliu
lion lo il' pair for tho toiiiliig elntlou,
S. V Clillllngv.uilh, the pitshlent of
tui- Ilu ml la irrj prnlsr lu asking mid
let civ Ing misntis lo nil Iho tpiesllons
t(iiilnd b 1 iw mid proiiedid lu tin1
ii, mil way lo tpili! Mr. 'Iriiney ns ie
L'ards his lift, pist, present and fu
tuin riuiill) lio tamo lo tho iitiextliin,
wlili h lie reit lied sniiiewhat loudly, '
"llnvo j tin ever louimllleil any trim
In ti 1 offrnio v lilt Ii would dlsipialilly
)on from Iho tight to vote?"
Mi. 'lenney Imikod n little riiriirlsel
nnd did not seem lo tompiiliiiiil.
Again thn tiiiestlou was trpealed, this
tlnin ovru louder nnd. with ntctnls of
it verily. 'I hen thn answer cinie. It
was not loud but touhl heikarl) braid
mid thero was mi impirHRlvn slleuto
after It: "Will, not that know of,
unless it Is a tiliiia tu hitvn voted for
tho wiling mill Htiiiiellmrs." Mr. 'Itu
llty was nl lowed to register.
Additional Cable Newt on Page 2.
Ilnv.fna, Re . 20. tho Modernles
havo agreed lo uegtitlalr with thn rt li
tis. Tnfl lakes all oplimlsllo view nt
Washington, Sept, 23. It Is now bo
Moved 11 wilt bo iinnecesHiiy tu stud
tioops to Cuba.
OiMund, Set. 2(1 An nutomnblh!
coiitiilnliii; C.iillou Wall, Seuulor Lulc
rns mid .linlni M hln and wife, tolllil
(d with n stiett tar jtMteidny. Mis.
Mclvlii was scilously mid tho ntliots
St. Pclersburg, Sept, 2fi, 'Ihero am
gr.ivn ngintliiu troubles In (he prov
ince ot Vlntki. Tho polite havo been
expelled mid tho tountry luvnged.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY1 IN
DFX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin ind the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete reoume of all le
gal notices, calls for tinders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
7K6 per month. Weekly Bulletin,
81 per year.
Evening Bulletin 755 per month,
Lives of the Queen's
FROM THE NORMAN CONQUEST.
Compiled from official records and
other authentic documents, private as
well oo public, by Agnes Strickland,
with a biographical Introduction by
John Foster Kirk. In sixteen vol
umes with about one hundred hand
colored rare plateo.
The Imperial Edition, limited to
1000 numbered copies, bound In Im
ported English buckram $5.00 per
volume. There are other finer bind
ings Including the Royal Edition,
$60 00 per volume and the Alexandra
Edition, $100 00 per volume. 10 ue
had on easy Installments ot $5 00
monthly and upwards.
Win. C. Lyon Go,
FORT AND HOTEL STREET8
THE IH W
DUE UNFIL HEXT WEEK
The United Stales Inllleshlp Wis
rmisln has been expected lo nrrlve at
this pott for thn last two da)s, but It
i.ow npptars that she will probably not
lit) hero befoto the first of next week.
Advices retched hero nro to tho ef
fort thai the Wisconsin did not leave
Yokohama until tho lifith. An eiron
oous report was circulated hero that
list Saturday thn vessel bad up
proarhed lo within SO miles of the Is
lam) hut for Homo unknown cause had
not como In. Tho report stnrled as
many others do. from the Imagination
'I he movements of the' American
naval vessels aro ordinarily not te
ported by cib'.o as am those, of mer
tnutllo steamers, nnd It often happens
that nothing Is ofllcl.illy known of the
taming of n vesstl until sbo nrrhen
In n number of Instant cs Hit) (list In
formation that has been received by
thn naval station hern has been
through Iho arrival of mall addressed
In people alio ml n United Slates tlilp
All Hint Is know u concerning the
movements of tho Wisconsin Is that
contained lu private ndviees.
NOTED MUSICIAN HERE
Kver slnre tho arrival of the Sonoma
on Monday Ihteii vny tleviT and Mir
s.illle entertainers have been enjn)lng
tlio beauties of fair llnwnll. They me
here on their varnllous after most sue
Mssttil seniions lu thn Colonies where
I hey dellghltd trowds of penplo with
their exetllent nets,
'I lit so people nro "Vnsco, the Mad
Musician," as ha rails himself, nnd
Alexandra & Her He. Vafio Is n won
tleifiil performer mid plais grotesque
ly ,tm twenty-llvo dlrfcreiit Imtriiments
Alexnudia it llerlie, a lady and gen.
tlcmmi, me lerformers on swinging
trnptn and ladders.
Ilesideg these, Vnsco has with him
thn entire ret of slide, both stercoptlcon
nnd hloginphlcnt, of thn Passion Play,
us nihil many toinlo sets.
This tilp to Hawaii Is merely for n
rest for thest) people nftcr a busy sea-
r.nn, but there nro hopos Hint Vasto
nnd his lltllo company can bo nernuad
ed to enteitnln us ho lias been doing
lot delighted audiences nil over thn
world if this is successful tho dates
ot pt rforinanccs will bo mndt) Known
vt ry soon,
IN ALL WALKS OF LIFE.
Herplclde Is Used to Cure Dandruff.
12. II, I.jon. Now York. N. Y.. biiib:
"1 inn very fond of Herplttdo mid
enjoy using it. It Is refreshing. '
Dr. J. II. Hush. Toledo, Ohio, writes
"Nowhio's llernlcldo has given belter
sajlsfm Hun than iinything I have ever
Mrs. Ilnrkev, of Chadroii, Nob , says
"Itscleaned my bend of dandruff mid
sioppni my hair from fiilllrg out. it
Is thn best remedy for danduin' I ever
used, mid I havo used n great many
R S. Colcmnn, Ann Arbor, Midi.,
"I have used two bottles of Hcrpl
tldo nnd derived benefit therefrom."
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c
In stumps for snmplo to Tho Ilerpliido
Co, Dtlioit Midi, llolllster Drug (Jo,
special ngcnt3, ,
Tho steamer Claudlno, which came
In this morning from llllo and Maul
jmrls, brought U12U sacks of sugar,
Whllo out this trip sbo cuirlcd a largo
exclusion pirtj lust Sunday fiom llllo
Consular Rig Collides
The first landing of Captain liana
biisi of tho Japaneso training ship
Anegnwa yesterday was attended by a
lather unpleasant and dangerous Inci
dent, but as II nt tho same, time gave
the gallant Captain an opportunity to
(bow his mottle, nnd as no ovll const)
nuonces followed, tho story of the af
fair in now being told with relish
among tho Japanese,
Consul (lenoral Sallo after calling
on board tho vessel Invited Captain
llanabusa to visit the Consulate. Tho
Captain was nccompanled by ono ot
his staff officers, nnd tho Consul cour
teously offered the man of-war'sman
Ms own carriage, following them him
self In an ordinary hack.
It appears that tlio Consul nncon
rrlouslv had chosen tho belter nart,
for when tho Consular ctpilpago hnd"
-i ached tho Junction of I.'nima, Ucrc'
Inula and Alakea streets, things btgmi
to move very quickly. An automobile,
nppronched from ono side ot the car
riage ,vv hlto n Rapid Transit enr enmo
nlong fiom tho other. The driver at
tempted to cut In between tho auto
Mid tho car, lint tlio horso heenmo
frightened nnd ns a result' tho carr
rlngo mid tho enr collided. Luckily,
the t illusion was not a very violent
one, and beond tho breaking ot a
shaft mid some minor injuries to thu
vehicle, no damage was done. In tho
meantime tho horso was prancing
about In n lively manner and n run
nway wns Imminent. This wns, how
over, prevented by Captain llnnabiisn
and his companion, who promptly
Jumped In Iho horse's head and held
the frnntlc animal until the danger
1 ON ffil
White Man and Native
Fall Into Hold Of
The nteamcr Iwnlanl hurried In to
tho dock this noon bring Iwo desper
ately wounded men. They nro Jmnet
Hughes, n fireman working on tha
Sheildan, nnd u native named llajlama,
n laborer oIm employed In the rtscue
work on thn transport. Hot It men
were Injured In Identically the same
way at different limes jesterday af
ternoon, by falling down a huttli.
Hughes' condition Is thn more ser
ious ot tho two, and but tho faintest
hopes nro entertained for his recuv
erj. Tho native has a lighting chance
to get well, though he, too, Is very
So serious is "tho condition of the
w hlla man I hat Father Valentin v,as
calltd as soon as the lwalanl arrived
ut thn dotk, and odmlnlstcretLtha last
sacrament to him.
Hughes In sumo unknown manner,
whllo he was on duty, fell Into num
ber 2 hold. Id) wa.t at tho tlmo firing
tho forward boilers. When taken out
It was seen that ho was badly hurt.
U 11. Williams, of tho Hospital Corps,
made mi Investigation and found that
at least flvo of his ribs on the right
shlo were crushed Into small bits. An
operation was performed and a largo
number of pieces of bono removed,
Thero was a bad henunnrhnga of both
tho lungs nud lira liver, ami It was
necessary to Insert a tubo to drain oft
tho blood. Ily this means the man was
kept alive until ho could bo broughttti
tho tlty, but tho attending phjslclan
sas that there Is hut thn slightest
ehnnto of his tecovciy. He still bus n
strong pulse, however, which Is re
garded us a good sign.
Iho native, Halllmu, Is severely In
jured about the head, but his condi
tion Is not so serious as that of the
fireman. No one cccms to know bow
ho enmo to full down thn hutch.
Hughes hu btcn taken to the
Queen's hospital ami Hatllm.i to the
Monterey, Sept. 7. Mrs. Katherlne
Reed Hnllcntluc, wlfo of Captain Ar
thur T. Hallenttne, Artillery Corps,
United Stnti-s Army, mid only daugh
ter of Iho Into Speaker Thomas I).
Reed, has decided lo publish a month
ly paper calltd tho Yellow Ribbon,
which will be devoted to tho interests
ot woman's sullinge on tho Pacific
Mrs, llallcntlne, who Is nt tho Hotel I
Del Monte, 1ms made urrungoments to ol humor often served him where oth
publlsh her Journal In Monlorcy. It ir methods vvoro unsuccessful. For In
wll bo edited in San Francisco, wbeiajslnnre, a young woman In the witness
Cmitulii Ilillenllne Is stationed.
Mis, Hnllcntlno believes that tho pa
per will havo a largo circulation, as
woman's suffrago bus been ndnpted lu
sevoi.il states and nn active tnmpnlgu
will soon bo Inaugurated on this Coast
Evening Bulletin, per month.s75c.
Frazler Notified He Must
No More Raise The
Chas. Frailer, tho owner of the Plo
reer Adveitlslng Co, who yesterday
gave the Central Promotion Commit
tee n talk on bill posters, states that
not only here, but also on the main,
land, the bill posters are doing all, they
tan to make their posters as Inot
tensive to the public as possible.
Tho Associated Billposters, of which
organization Frailer Is a member, re
cently passed the following resolution:
"Whereas, It Is the sense of the As
sociated mil posters and Distributors
of the United States, and Canada by ltd
board of directors In convention as
sembled at Detroit, March 1, 190C, that
there should be a decided reform In all
objectionable theatrical paper for bill
board use- in the advertising-of plajs
with their titles and scenes such as
'Dealers In White Women:' 'Why
Women Sin;' 'Queen of the Highbind
ers!' 'Why (llrls I.eive Home)' 'Queen
of the White Slaves J' 'Dangers ot a
Working Olrl:' 'Fnst Life In New
York.' Therefore bo It
"Resolved: That tho Associated
Billposters and Distributors , of the
United States and Canada condemn the
use. of all sensational, vicious nnd.sug
gcstlvo pictures and titles for such
productions, nnd hereby Instruct all
members, under penalty, to refuse to
post, nftcr the expiration of this sea
son's contracts, August 1, 190C, such
paper, titles and pictures as may be
This resolution Is especially Inter
esting to Honolulu, whose streets not
many months ago wcro plastered over
with enormoui nnd lurid posters of J
theater cunipiiiy representing scenes
Irom tho plavp enumerated nbovo In
it highly realistic nnd blood-curdling
manner. Now theso are a thing of the
Another resolution recently passed
by the same organisation, which evi
dently strives to plenso even the most
orthoro of tastes, forbado the posting
of pictures of devils, "dressed aor un
dressed." Including even the famous
dovlled ham devil under the ban.
DAMAGE SUIT IS
Pretty Married Woman
Sues Aged Doctor
Tho case of nvcln C. Roe vs. Dr.
J. S. Mtflrevv was commenced In earn
est this morning before Judgo Robin
son mid tho complainant and her bus.
band wero both on the stand during
tho session, Tho contrast between
tho plaintiff and tha defendant Is an
Interesting ono. Tho former Is young
nnd very pretty, but looks little Ilka
a mnrrii'd woman and more like a girl
leeeutly out of school, whllo the de
fendant with his whlto hair and strorg
features, looks hardly like the man
who Is said to havo used such' strenu
ous methods to keep away alleged
Tho Jury Ib another Interesting fea
ture. It has evidently been selected
with care, and bald-heads predominate.
With ono exception iho Jurors aro all
well along In jears, and they looked
with Interest on tho pretty young
plaintiff as slio sat with her handker
chief In liei eyes throughout the do
livery of testimony.
Her story wns substantially as has
been told in theso columns already
und sbo described how she had, ever
Blnco the Incident which caused, all
the trouble, been afflicted with nerv
ousness and wns continually frighten
ed If left alone.
Her husband stated that beforo his
marrlago, which took placo the day
btforo Iho alleged assault, that his
wlfo llad been very bravo In tho dark,
but that now sho was frightened at
such a tlmo and In tho week following
tho troublo wo ild wako, crying: "Doc
tor, don't shoot. Pleaso don't shoot,
Tho Jury Is composed as follows:
John H. Fuller, Chas. Lucas, F. J. Du
tra. 11. R. Tuck, J, O. Young, John
Coffee, Chas. Johnson, A. E, Lloyd, A,
a. Kanneglosser, David Notley, Wil
liam Hobo, Chits. Hutzke.
A rertnln well, known lawyer ex
celled In cross-examination . Ill ultt
box was naked her age. She hesitated
"Don't hesltnto," said tho lawyer.
"The longer you hesitate the older, you
Tho wltnesi took the hint.
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