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EVKNINO ITOM.BT1N, HONOT.ULTJ, T. II.. TIIUIISUAV. .IAN. I lr 1003.
" . OF THE
January Shirt Waist Safe
, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Positively the greatest icductipn ever attempted in
If you haven't taken advantage, do so at once. A fair
assortment to choose from.
Lingerie and Tailored Waists
$1.25 WAISTS $ .05
$1.50 WAISTS 5? .Ml
$2.00 WAIST3 5?3 .U."5
$2.25 WAISTS $1 .'10
BETTER GRADES IN THE SAIIE PROPORTION.
$2.C0 QUALITY Sj! 1 .05
$3.7G QUALITY $1.00
$4.50 QUALITY , $li.75
Monday, January 18th
Watch fox particulars
BERETANIA and PORT ST3
It is a fact which
I pie have demonstrated month after
ir.cnth that in most lines sold in our
store our qualities are higher than
uny found elsewhere and our urices
nre considerably lower.
TIlC Benson. Smith & These foundation facts
n n pi o a!ollc nu,kc it SOUND
Co. Drug Store Service RnnwnMV l0 dCftl
No Longer Dry
ST. CLAIR BIDGOOD, Manager.
Fine Wines and Liquors
LOVEJOY & CO.. LTD.
S02-004 Nuuanu Ave. Phone 308
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFrERN serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. DARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
ii iiw ii m twtammmssssa '
opp. FIRE STATION.
thousands of pco-
Lunch or Dine
With Us Rcgulaily.
U THE VIANDS ARE GOOD.
THE PRICE REASONABLE,
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
The Weekly edition of the Cvenlnc
Rullrtin fjlven a complrtn cummary of
the news of the day.
flND A W0HAN.S W0RK
Nature and a woman's work com
btneel luivo produced tho grandest
remedy for woman's ills that the
world has ever known. ,
In the good old-fashioned days of
our grandmothers they relied upon
tho roots and herbs of tho Hold to
oure disease mid mitigate- suffering.
Tho Indians on our "Western
Plains to-day can jiroduco roots and
herbs for overy ailment, and euro
diseases that bafllo the most skilled
physicians who havo spent years in
the study of drugs.
From tho roots and herbs of tho
field Lydia E. Pinkham moro than
thirty years ago gavo to tho women
of tho world a remedy for their pe
culiar ills, moro potent and effica
cious than any combination of drugs.
Lydia K. Pinkham's Vcgctablo
Compound is now recognised as the
standard remedy for womau's Ills.
Jlr. Bertha MulT, of G15N.O. St,
Louisiana, Mo., writes:
" Complete restoration to health
means to much to me that for tlio sak
of other suffering women I am willing
to make my trouble public.
"For twelve years 1 had been suffer
ing with the worst forms of femalollls.
During that time I had eleven different
physicians without help. No tongue
can tell what I suffered, and at times I
could hardly walk. About two years
ago I wroto Mrs. Pinkham for advice,
t followed It, and can truly say that
I, yd l.i n. Plnklmm'it Vegetable Com
pound and Mrs. I'Inkham's advice re
stored health and strength. It Is
worth mountains of gold to Buffering
What Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound did ior Mrs. Muff,
it will do for other sullcring women.
YOU CAN START THE
New Year Right
by giving us your
To be Repaired
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL ST.
Ckas. R. Frazier
f hone 371. 122 King St.
ENGINEERS CHOSE OFFICERS.
The Mniliic llngllioi'n' Iloncllclnl An
Delation No. 1(10 hao IiihIiiIIiiI the
ollowlng named olllcciH to Bono fin
'ii i muting sour
Picsldcnt flcjnigo i:. Ward.
I'll t Vli'o 1'reHlilent II. II. Notion.
Second Vlco Piesldout Chiulos J.
Tie.imirer James W. Wilkinson.
riniiifl.iI Secret.iiy Waller II.
lUcordlug mill CoricHpunillng Sec
tlurj -II. (1. Woollen.
Tiimtocs Jus. II. Qiiinlnn, A. V. Ill
i an Jiii. II. U'iich, D.iulel H.illew, J.
Chaplain CIi.is. II. Cottiell.
Conductor Geo, B. rnriiBwnrth.
Doorkeeper John Kelly.
Past President .Ion. M. I.lttlo ncled
ih Installing officer assisted by Past
PipahlPiit Jns. 11. Quinlan tin grand
David MrKonmi of Hlntttigtnn, ono
if the pioneers of tho wlato Industry
if the Lehigh legion, died nt Allen-
own. I.i , aged 70 years,
3r. House and Lot at Puunui, front
nit on 2 Streets, near Car Terminus.
75x300 (over 1-2 acre). Electric
Liijht. Desirable ncighbood. Bar
P. E. R. Strauch
'.VAITY BLDO. M S. KINO ST.
Tho session of the Dr Atcherley
hearing yesterday afternoon was oc
cupied entirely by the examination of
medical witnesses, with tho excep
tion of short statements inado by Of
liters Knlaklcla nnd I.unhlwa. In
his cross-examination of tho medical
experts Dr. Atcherley showed him
self to advantage, though he Insisted
on (omlng back nlwnjs to tho great
lr prosy-cure secret, which has been
the cause of his uudolng.
Magoou asked lJmcison If tho
fucts of the case would Justify tho
sending of Dr. Atchnlc) lo the In
sane Asylum under all the circum
stances. ' I think ho'should be committed to
tho Insane Asylum oi ho charged
with n criminal offense," answered
"I think ho should be committed to
the Insuno Asylum," he mhlcd. "It
would he wrong to charge him with
Do j ou think; that when T. Mllncr
Harrison went out to Kallhl and
made some trouble In a n.itlvo houso
that ho should bo commuted to the
Insano Asylum?" asked Mngnon.
"lie went to tho nsxluni," broko In
C.ithcart, and tho HuriUun compari
son w-ns left out.
"Do you think Dr Atcherley
would bo likely to commit acta of
lolcnco?" asked Mngnon.
"It is possible," answered 1'iucr
miii. "Ho would be ipillc likely to.
Ilu labored under tho delusion that
Dr. Wnyson was his enemy, and that
he (ould take extreme, measures
Atcherley said Dr. WasMin stole
his remedy and was using It," said
litncrson in answer lo a ipieatlon ns
to what Atcherley had told him. "He
ilted instances of nctluns of tho
Hoard of Health. Ho felt that Way
son was his enemy. He always spnko
In a pollto way. Wayson, ho Kiiid.
was ulwnss rapping about his houso
What aro Dr. Atrhcrlcy's delu
sions?" asked Magoon.
"Well," answered Dnicrson, "l
don't hellcvo Dr. Wiiskoii stolo his
"Well, I do!",! thundered Magoon.
"You hellcvo Wayson stolo It?" cut
In Cntlicnrt. '
"Well, I think he has It," retorted
Magoou. "Ho may not have stolen
It, hut ho has the remedy."
"I expect you think Atcherley
heard voices from tho sewer, too?"
At thlH point Dr Atcherley cut in
with technical questions relating to
varloiiH phases of Insanity, which
brought about the Impression that
Iho patient was belter founded In tho
bcleuco than the expert.
"Ah, you nro not very familiar
with tho BtihJcjl," B.ild Atcherley fin
ally, very polltcl.
"I certainly inn," retorted Liner-
"Well, give us tho causation of
"I am not obliged to do so. Wn
don't always know tho causes fit dis
eases," The Court cut In with a question
in to where all this led.
"Ho has gten mo tho uso of alco
hol as a cause of paranoia," i-alil
Alcherley. "As n matter of fait, It
has never been known to be mi."
HmcrMin said it had.
"Well, If I show sou n book which
ails It has not, what have ou to
.inyV" nskcil Atchcrloy.
"I'll suy tho man who wrolo the
b(nk does not lme tho sumo lows
iih I have."
"And sou nro moro likely to bu
light than tho book?"
"I don't say so."
"What Is tho proper pill doso for
morphine given by tho U, S. pharma
icpl.iT" asked Atchcrloy,
"I don't know. I don't remember."
Dr. Atclcrloy continued to put Dr,
Ihueisou through u rigid medical ex
amination, which proved rather un
Kx-Asslstunt Chief of Detectives
I.unhlwa testified that ho had been
sent on Sunday morning to listen to
Iho voices which Dr. Atchcrloy heard,
lie had Btnsed thcro qulto u while
hut had failed to hear them.
Dr. Collins was the next witness
"Do sou consider that Dr. Atchor
lo Is of unsound mind?" asked Cath
"I consider him to bo of unsound
mind," answered Collins,
"Do sou think It warrants his he
lug detained In nu nssliim?"
"I consider that It does."
"On what do you baso your opinion
of Dr. Atchcrloy?"
"Hn has a delusion of persecution,
that Dr. Wnysou has dono him an In
jurs, and ho deduces from that that
his only means of retaliation Is to do
linn an Injurs 1" to shoot Dr. W.iy
fcon. 'It was the only way In which
I could retaliate,' said Atcherley
when wo examined him."
"He told me that Dr. Wayson had
bieu Instrumental In stealing soma
rcuicdlcf), 'and nlso roinn photo
graphs," bald Dr, Collins, In answer
Itci Mngoon s first question on cross
examination. 'Mint where docs the delusion crime
jln tlicio?" asked Mngoon.
Dr, Collins answered that that was
not a delusion. Tho delusion was
that Atchciley argued that Was sou
nun uiuu lu Bicui uib i emeus, iliac lie i
had tried to do htm an Injurs, and
he nrgued In his Irrational was th.it '
his mils means of retaliation was b I
shooting U'a) son, or some person In j
his house. He took an Insane meth
od of redress."
Mngoon tried lo show through Dr
Collins that In case Wnjmn had act
ually taken Atchcrlcy's drugs, or hail
glK'ti him reason to hellcvo that he
had done so. In such caso Atchcrlcs
hail not laboied under a delusion.
Collins admitted this, hut stated fur
ther that tho method of redress taken
by Atcherley was, In overs case, Iriu
tlounl. Dr Collins classed Atchcrlcj's dis
ease as paranoia, or a mono-mniila.
Ho was intloiial In cvciy point, ex
cept In his belief that his only mciih'i
of redress wnt to shoot Dr. Wnsson.
Magoon asked Dr. Collins If he
thought Atcherley should be locked
up In tho Insano Asylum.
Dr. Collins nnswerod that Iho fact
that Atcherley was a habitual user
of morphine nnd incnlnc was ono rea
son for doing so, ns these drugs break
down the mental forces of the user
"I think,: ho said," it is to tho
best Interests for Dr. Atcherley him
self and for the community that ho
he plnrpil In an asylum whero his
mind might return to n normal con
dition. I think ho might repeat tho
nllenipt. As long as ha feels that
he has been Injured and that these
are the only menus of redress, the
Idea of shooting Dr. Wiiyson may
come hack to him at any time,"
"Are sou sure that all )our faclH
nro correct?" nskcil Atcherley.
"I hae them on tho best informa
tion," answered Collins.
lAtcherley asked If It wero not a
grievance If Wnyson had stolen hl.i
remedy, was using It, and had given
out that ho had cured a leper, who,
Atcherley know, was not a leper.
Collins answered that this would
bo a grlovniice, but tho main point
was tho fact that Atcherley had said
Hint tho shooting of Wajbon was hh
only means of redress,
"Aro you suro I said 'only'? Might
I not huo said: 'easiest' or 'most
convenient' wny?" asked Atcherley.
"Yes, I am sure."
"Well, Hint may hnvo been Just n
mlijudgiiient," commented Atcherley
"I'umii sour experience, would )ou
say that Dr. Atcherley had n diseased
hrnln?" asked the Court.
"I think It It fair to answer Hint
lu tho ainrnialhe," answered Dr, Col
lins. In answer In further questions, Dr.
Collins Bald Hint Dr. Atchcrlcy's dis
ease was to a largo extent brought
.'bout by tho excessive uso of mor-
phlnr; nnd opium. If a man, who was
not lisod to these drugs, took tho
iIosps Dr. Atrhorley habitually took,
U would probably kill him.
Atcherley broko lu nnd explained
(lint a mistake had been made about
the slzo of tho doses ho took.
Soon afterward tho examination of
Dr Collins llnlsheil, nnd tho case was
continued until this morning.
BERGER WILL PLAY
AT POULTRY SHOW
Through tho courlesv of Miiem
Kern, tho band will nlnv nexl Kntiir.lnt
right nt the poultry show, in tho Kit
tlnnnl tiiinrd hall, on Miller street. H.U
i.i day night will bo tho last opportiiii
lly for visitors to seo Iho best show
Ihut has over been held hero, and It Is
cxctcct Hint tho attcndaiico will bo
Slnco tho opening of (ho show tho
uttcmlanco has not been cry piicnnr
ngalng. Tho services of Cniitnlii
Denser and his liny, who Mil
unteereil to play without chnrgo, nro
Mghly npprcclutcil by tho olllcers of
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Jan. 13, 1000,
From 10:30 a, m. to 4 p. m.
James II Raymond mid wf In II
AVnterliouso Tr Co Ltd ...Agrmt
;ilhelmlno Dnwsett and hsh to
Pantheon Co Ltd D
IWt of S C Allon by trs ct nl D
Pioneer llldg & louti Assn to Mrs
V M llnrnhnrt D
Mary 12 Low In Frederick Wright
and wf )
Kilwnril V I'ntten and wf to Trent
Trust Co Ltd AdtlChg
Annlo (lurvlc to Hlshop Trust Co
Ltd tr TrI)
Entered for Record Jan. 14, 1900,
From ft a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Liililaliin Knhlnawo (w) to Lucy
Kaiihaahaa ot nl D
Kaholokiilii (k) to Ueorga Sabulo. .1.
Ceo K Miner to Munnol Gomes... L
Young ICnt lllng and wf In A I"
Atitou Hylva to Manuel do lle;o..D
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS
il hnmi' fit IK
"Kidney trouble" It Inflammation of the kidneys without albumei.
"Bright' Disease wfn
In rmli the rrnl trouble H INTr.AMMAiMN fit" Till: KIDN'nVH. hew ,1
cure for nne mut In a cnrr Mr Hi. iniu . 'iiv.r. ha Ij.mi nn cure for clttinr.
Hut miiiiv klilnr) tnmlitifl iwopti- km w.ir
True Im-.iup tnrlilllliniitlnn of Ihv kiilncM. unl .rr. cmillnrinly Kris Wfll
nt llrit lint If It ilois imt slil I irl nml ih. IntUmmntiori trsIM. tho rrnl
Vim cm sip why KMnv iIIuum- lues ln-n lm ur.ihi, nnil why Iho dentin
lme rlwi lo over 170 p-rd.iv-cm in id. .pwrncrj f ru , n,na Compound
there was nothing knoKti that would reilucr Ihtlatnm nion in tlm kldnoy Msaum.
The old klil-iey mnllrln wm u inlcomvpu.in irriiniini! th- Inll.imnl kM-ii-5'
lo renewed efforts Inxtcml nf nllivlng the IntUinmition mm nt thrm lelnx
nctun'ly harmful rtrsult phislelani luce nlminloni'ii th. m
No mutter wlictn. r ou cnll It "kiilnty irniilile," 'N,iiiriti
lNuie," If It has Iiimi hanaliiK n a few1 tnnnilm rmm.rt , it,
for IhrouKlt this spooler Ic Iiils ii proMn m itk in ii.(1r'
nil cases It Is th- onlv ihliiR known Itiat foiitr.N lull.. ,i.n
nlileli Is the innl illllkully Willi klilicj IrouMnl p.-.p.
l.tternliiro mailed fi"ee
JOHN J. PULTON C, 212 Klrst Street San Prnnrl-.. c ,
IIClOl.t'I.r Dltt'CI CO fill' Mire. I r. our .h il nw m '
l 11 ill. .lu of lat recmcrli"
Oregon Umatilla Berries
arc the FINEST in the world. We have a large shipment
of UMATILLA - . J . .
CONTINUOUS DRIVING $5 PER HOUR
SHOPPING AND CALLING $3 PER HOUR
SHORT RUNS, FROM 50c UPWARD
SPECIAL RATES for "Round-the-Island" and Long
Runs. Efficient Drivers. J3est Cars, such as
STODDARD - DAYT0NS 7-SEATED
POPE - HARTFORDS 5-SEATED
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
QE0 S. WELLS Manager.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
We repair any make of autos. We employ -the best
mechanics in the Island Server Bros.
Special attention given to the care of Private Automo
biles. All Work Guaranteed. Prices Reasonable.
from. 10c per pair up to 75o
Ti Alloy, Nuuanu below Hotel
9 Rabbits. Lamb ,,: Mutton
lender and Juicy, from New
Zealand by the Aorangi. ?
Joseph A. Gilraan,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO.. Bath. Maine:
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
I' M mil-
& Co., Ltd.,
Moat C( I til m