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Diamond Crystal Cooking, and
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New YiHk, Mm eh If, "I ,u c ,c , girl In change lier original slnry. Mr
cgulnst ll-iyninml IllU-licock. tin aci ,nrim let It Im knmvii Unit an ertuit
(r, Liill.ip-fil like ii iiii-iilckui h,.l lll bo made to traco Hie iictlo.i ul
loon tii day In the orlmluil lirnndi itrurlnln permiun lnlerenloil 111 till)
Hie Supreme Court. 9cvuntHii i e-ir
M 1'Ior.i Wltllitou. Ilio roi'roliin itlntr
u'ltnerH In (lie niMlnn, confciircil wlilln
'in the otauil thai Ilio eonieillan 1ml
never, vvromseil her or nnyliwli else
m far as Klie know: Hint lh" i-'ate-
nients to thnt effort which ulie Iitnl
niailo to tho (Imml Jury nml nt v.ir
Ioih times and i.lnccg liufoii unil af
ter ivero nliioliilely falsi.
The tiishol of Iho bciisatlou."! turn
In the already bcusatlonul cine wfis
that llllclicock was unified declared
mil Knllty without tho Jiiioih leaving
the box, and the palu-fared Whltson
child was arrested. eluirKed with jier
jury. In oidi'ihiK Hie .iriiiltlal of the act
or, .luslldi lllalichaid deuiauded an
iniinedijle anil most si-archhiK lines
llKatlou This luvi'sllmitlou Is to lie
niado by I lie (Iraud Jury and the ills
ti let attorney's ofilco lo-moirow
Asslslnnt District Atlnrnev Oarviiu
unuounced to-nlKht thnt this Investi
gation 'joiihl hy no menus lie confined
to nnirn'iliiK (he story of thu Klrli that
AKclit I'essarrj nf the Children's So
ciety had threatened her with Incar
relation In an Institution, and thus
Kcpaintlnii fiom her mother K the did
Hit tell of Hitchcock'.! ullusetl vvroiiK
dollies, hut a searching lutiuiiy will
lie made to ascertain Just who K"t Hie
WHAT WILL THE ISSUE BE?
(Continued from Page 5.)
tlmi now under tho present liquor
law, hut I bollovo biiino people want
more of It."
Albert !'. Juild "I think tho most
momentous question before us locally
Ik to test the municipal law and learn
whether U N legal and will hold
water. I don't know how tho com
munity feels. I don't belong to these
outsl.lc societies. I am a machlno '
nian' Just un ordinary citizen. I
ran acioss u law for tho Territories
passed l Cougiess In 1SSU that says
Territorial Legislatures cunrtot do
tho things that were ilono by the laat
Legislature In patslug tho municipal
law for Honolulu. Vho Organle Act
or ii later law may have put that '8i
law out of acflon. I don't Know. 1
think wo should know what the law
Is win tli before wo go to. wink nuj
elect otili-ca undor It. Taxation will
liaidl.v lui an Njko uuIchu tho people
lake mine lutci est In it than tliny
,un now doing In the work of the
Pavilion Commission. I am Inclined
lo think that either Knniiivelt or Tuft
will be tlio inndlihito for President on
the Itcpuhllc-in ticket, and I don t
f.ivor sending either (lovernnr Krc.ir
or Delegate Kulilo lo (jlilcago. I
think the delegates should be men
without any strings on them. Tnke
Alee. Itnbcitson and homeono else.
Hut I'm not In politics nnd don't pio
lend to lie. I prefor t Keep In tho
background and Just work."
Itleharil fveis "Ilttwnll doesn't
liavo anything to say nu its leading
Issues. Tho land question Is the most
Impoitiinl ono lie fine us at tho pres
ent time and that Is in the hands ol
i:.x-(!nvernor John 1). Il.iker "I
don't belong to any political parly;
but I vote for good men at tho pulls.
Putty alllllatlon Is not good. It
teaches a man to swallow tilings that
Judge Mnhaulu of Walalua -"-
"Nothing doing at Wuialua nt pres
ent; but when tho people do movo,
homo sut prising things will spring
Win. JlodSiiun "Mmo Homo Unl
ets aic Joining tlio Democratic party,
hut thej play foxy. That'll what's
V. C. Achl "Walt for election
P. E. R. Strauch'
FOR SALE 400 acres of Land at
ICona, Hawaii ; good for .Tobacco,
Pineapples, Rubber, Grapes, Etc.
Lot of valuable Ohia trees for rail
way tics ready for marketing. Price
$12.50 per acre. Splendid Opportu
nity for Investment.
WAITY BLDG., 74 S. KINO ST,
VUI Ul u
It wiuv In Altornoy C.irl Hneher
.Manscn. aisoqlnty counsel with John
II. Stanchllehl, Hull tlio iilory ol the
lflil'H untriithriil BtaletuenlH anil alii
lailta weie first told, uicordlni; to the
testimony mliluceil In court today
John II Oniff, the Rlrl'8 stepfntliel, It
wits hrnimht out, llrst went to Mr.IInn
UMi with the Information that the girl
had told n trumped-up story .iKiilnst
the actor. Lawyer Hansen hinilKht
this out during the hearing In court
today when Hie stepfather was eilled
to the stand suhtciiucut to tho nm.iz
lug denials of the girl.
The Whltson girl was Immediately
taken to the Tomlis coin t for arraign
ment, where Magistral!) Units held
her In S50D0 hall.
It was stated that two mine arrests
would ho mailo tomoirow.
"There are five more Indictments
pending agahiBt Hitchcock, and we arc
I'olng lo try him on them. too. depend
on that, said Mr. tiaryan "I nail lo
drop the case today liecjuso of tho
law which icuulres corroboration on
such a charge, hut wo are not through.
1 will nt once tiko Bleps to have
riom Whltson arrested for iiorliirj
I will ulpo nuiili) u Hioniugh Investiga
tion ot tho chnrgea nnYctlng Agent
l'essarra. This lnntler Is not going
to ho allowed to dioi."
and you'll seo for yourself what the
Labor pally can do"
Supervisor Kealoha "Tho Homo
Itulc p.uty Is 0. K. Wiillach will be
(Continued from Prge 1)
"How long In tho bacillus of lep
rosy?" hu iiBked the Doctor.
"Well, as nearly as I can rciuein-
'". It l from five If. eight mlcro.nll
Hmctcis, or mltrons sib they nre gen
erally called, In length."
"How nuiili Is that In Inchei?"
Ashforil wanted to know.
Tho Dotlor really couldn't answer,
tin hud nover flgmcd It thnt way and
ho would hnvu to take a pencil nml
paper lo wind; it out. Scientists nev
er thought of using measuiciucnts in
Itichcs.jinyway. Tho unit of meas
urement for very small objects tho
world over was thu tnlcion.
Hut Ashfonl Insisted. He mrnil
know Just what ft action ot an Inih a
nilcioiulllliucter was. Tho Doctor ex
plained that a mlrion Is tho thou
sandth ii.ii t of a millimeter, and a
millimeter Is thu thousandth part of
a meter. A meter, ho said, was very
nearly u jnrd.
Hut 'Asiifonl still Insisted that he
must have the exuit ligurcs, though
It appealed to be In no way pertinent
to tho matter at Issue. At this June
tine Deputy Attorney (lencral Whit
ney, who had been busy with a pencil
nnd a pad of papci, tamo to the res
cue, explaining that lie had llgurcd
It out. A mleion, ho said, Is the
::9-mllllonth part of an Inch.
Among the witnesses summoned to
appear this morning were Doctors
Wood, Mncdilntild. Sinclair and Pratt.
John nnd Mnrj' Atclunluy, President
Plukhmi) and Secittarv Charlock ot
the Hoatil or Health, and others The
Teirltory was lepresented hy Altor
noy (lonernl Ilemenway and Deput
Mtoiney (leueral Whitney. C. W.
Ashfonl appeared for tho petitioners.
Although Hie questions of law In
both cases nro verj sluillnr, tho evl
lence Is different, so tho cases nro to
bo heard ono at n lime That of Me
lie Kvmakaplu wns taken up first and
will probably lust all of to lay and
i It was u greed thai tho testimony
should be taken llrst and nil questions
of law Involved argued latei, tho at
torneys In have the right to movo to
strike nvhlouco 'not .Jn nccordanco
with the I tiling lo bo given on polnM
Two witnesses wcrn examined this
morning, Doctors McDonald and
Wood. Dr Miteilonnld. who testified
to lull lug examined, the woman and
found her u leper, was vigorous!)
vross-examlned b Abhford, who made
the most scat clilug and exhaustive In-
qulty Into tho details or everylhliu
connected with the bacteilologlcal ex
amination fo;- the bacillus of l?prusy.
Dr Macdonald, like so many other
wltjinsFim, had dllllcullv 111 under
i.tanllng Hint there la a wide fllSBt
enco hetwem common snnse and law,
nml us a cousoqueucu was cousldornb
An InhaUllon lor
Cr.tol.n. It a Doon t A.lhm.tlc.
li.Tt not urnii mr eirll t brnlhn In
rrmnlf lor dlanwil ot lh btwilMl" ' "
tu Ink. thi rrmff Inlo Ihl, nom.ch I
rrmnlrnr rurrn UnbM th J. 'H'"'
traniilr iill-rllc, Ii f.ttlrJ Tfr lb. illr5
PUT! .11 Will. riTIJ uic.iui .- -- .
roonunt treatment, U U lnTlubIg to motbff
lta itdkii cbturen
TIiim of a on
will flud lram-?aui rrllrf
from Cougtn vr lnflNtnt4
Conlllion of tl throk
Hftni notUt for d
ltjU 1-ulton HtrMt,
ly badgercil bv Ashford's questions
Asliford lefiiseil to allow the wIIiii-h
to say that water had been boiled un
less ho actually saw It billed or that
.i IxilllUfCimlil bo cle.in unless the dot
(or himself had denned It. Ho tried
io pin the wliness down to the state
meiit that he could never he sine
whclher ti patient had lepiosy tubet-
cnliisls. but the doctor refused to
make any such admission, ami do
ol.ired that ho knew alisolutel.v that
the woman In jiit-etlmi was a victim
of the disease Ashforil Insisted on
having each separate ston In the
process of n Imi'terluloglcil uxanilna
Hon explained, Including the taking
of a piece of skin from the siiBpcct.
Its maceration, staining end micro
.icoplcnl study, and then vvnntcd to go
Into the internal nnitomy of the li.i
,dllua leprae. If tho tacllcB followed
ihls morning are continued, Ilio case
promises to last for daK.
Macdonald stated Hint it is some
times ImiMissible to distil. gul.di Hie
bacillus of leprosy fiom thnt of tu
berculosls. He said that tho bacter
iological examination of n suspect Is
generally taken as confirmatory of
other Btepg in Hie diagnosis, and Hint
cver thing had lo be considered, the
general slate of the health, the ap
pearance of the face and bodj, etc
SKAMJD THNDKUH will bo re
celv ed by the Superintendent ot I'uh
He Works until 12 m. of Wednesday,
April Kith, KM) 7, for the construc
tion ot n shed on Sorensoti'H Wharf.
Honolulu, T. II.
Plans and specifications on Ilio In
the olllie of the Superintendent of
All tcndeis lo be nu blanks fur
.llshctl by tho Superintendent or Pub
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, March .'ilT l'JOS.
Tho undersigned having been duly
appointed tho executor of the last
will and testament of .lose lllcardo,
late of Honolulu, (stand of Oabti, Tcr
tilery of Hawaii, deceased, notice Is
heiehy given lo all persons to pre
sent their claims against tho estate
of .lose Ille.irdo, deieased, dub au
thenticated, whether secured b)
unit tgago or otherwise, to tlio un
dersigned at the ofllcc of David Day
ton, No. 137 Merchant street, Hono
lulu, O.iliu aforesaid, within clx
tiio.nlliH from tho date hereof, or tliny
will ho forever barred.
And nil persons Indebted to salt)
estate nro hereby requested to make
Immediate paj incut to tlio under
Dated Honolulu. April 1st, KIDS.
Hxeculor of tho Last Will and Testa
ment of .lose lllcardo.
IlOfiti Apr. 1, 8, 15, 'ii, 20.
in tiii: ciucuiT count ok tiii:
Klist Circuit, Territory of Havvnll. At
ChumberR; In Prohato. In tho Mat
ter of tho Hstate of (illbeit Wuller.
Deceased. Ordpr for Kntlto of Hear
ing" Petition for Prohato of Will. A
document purporting to bo tlio last
will and testament of Gilbert Wal
ler, late of Honolulu, Oaliu, deceased,
having un tho ,11st day of March, A.
D. 190K, been presented to said pro
hato court, nnd n petition for the
piohato thereof, anil for tho Issuance
of letters testamcntaiy to William
O. Smith of said Honolulu, having
been Hied by Mary Adelaldo II. WinJet-,
It Is hereby ordered that Mon
i!a, the I th day of May, A
I). 1908, at o'clock u in, of
Bald day, at tho court room of said
court, ul Honolulu, Oaliu, Territory
of Hawaii, be nml tho Vame hereby
Is appointed tlio time nnd plnco for
proving said will and hearing said
application. It is further ntdcrcd1
thnt notice theieof hu given, by puh-
licatlnn, unco a week for threo
successive vvcoks, In the livening
llulletln, a newspaper published In
said Honolulu, the last publication to
hu not less than ten dajs previous to
the time, theielu appolntel for hear
Dated nt Honolulu, Territory ul
Hawaii. .Mnich Ul, 190S.
AI.i:XANDKU LINDSAY. .Ill, !
'i Judge Cliciill Com! rirst (iiittl
.nMJfl'-- .I011N M.MIC'Al.l.INO,
.i t'l"! i
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