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VOL. XI, NO. 4212.
8 P?GES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY. OF, HAWAII, TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1909. 8 PAOES.
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Word Duel Between
Doctor and Lawyer
In Atcherley Case
Tills morning's session of the- Atch
crlcy trial wns largely n duel ot words
between Dr. Atclicilcy mill County
Attorney Cnlhc.irt. Alclicrlcy's nt
turncy, Mngoon, usked lilm n few
durations nml then turned the wit
ness over for crosj-cxnmlnntlou.
Cntlicnrt tiled to establish n roti
nictlon between the tte.itnicnt used
1)) Atclicrlcy on tutlents .at Kaillii
receiving btatlon and that (oninionly
Known us the Wallarh cure. Atclicr
lcy huh very cautious In litn answcis,
however, and proved an extremely
unsatisfactory witness, from llio
Mnndpolnt of n riniH-cxnnilncr.
Atcherley evidently felt that an ef-.
fort wnH being made to hnrinss him,
nml whenever tho prosecuting attor
ney loft tho smallest Kind of nn open
ing, tho defendant tired hack answers
which proved extremely disconcert
ing. In establishing tho dnto of Atchcr
ley's icsldencu in Kona, Cathcart nail
ed him If ho remembered when ho
(Atcherley) first mot him (Cathcart).
"I remember It very well," ennio tho
vcBponac. "1 remember that jou were
somewhat under tho Innucnco of liq
uor at tho time." 4
Cnthcnrt Jolncd.lnJ.lio laugh which
followed Atchcrlcy'H sally, and then
asked tho doctor If nhjnne had told
him to make that answer. Itecclvlug
n nrgatlvo reply, ho turned his lino
of Questioning off Into other chan
nels, Cathcart spent considerable time
trjlng to wring from tho witness tho
secreta of his leprosy treatment. Up
to a certain point Atcherley freely
went, then lie declined to go further,
however. Insisting that his Investi
gations had not reached a stago
whero tho discovery was rc.idy to
glvo to tho world.
He took exception to Cathcart''
ficquont refcrcnte to tho "Atchcrloy
euro" and tho "Wallach cure," say
ing that ho had never referred to
tho treatment as a "cure."
Atcherley said that ho considered
leprosy duo to dietetic faults, hut do
dined to say that simply a fish diet
was sufficient to cause leprosy. Ho
llkcwlsn objected lo Cntheart's char
acterization of his remedy as a
"nerve ' food," s.ijlng that a food
could only be J.omcthlng which went,
unchanged, to sustain soma part of
Atcherley reiterated Ills belief that
leprosy is caused by nn Improper diet
which results In tho deterioration of
tho nerve tissues. Ho also said that
the leprous bacilli nro to ho found
In tho spleen. Cathcart's repeated
(inesTIoning failed to wrln? from him
SOLID WHITE AND STRIPED
pt and ?p OU
These arc all new Spring Goods, and correctly tailor
ed in the Spring Fashions.
Take a look at them in our windows then come in
and try on a pair. They give a stunning effect with a
Corner of Fort
nny guess as to how tho bacilli got
Into the body.
Tho case will probably drag on nil
day today and possibly well Into to
morrow. County Attorney Cntlicnrt took up
tho cross-examination of Dr. Alchcr
loj this morning,
Cntlicnrt Doctor, when did jou
take to using morphine, before jou
canio to tho Islands or afterward?
Atcherley I did not begin taking
morphine, until I canio hero.
Question It was In 189G, jou
think, that jou went under treat
ment to Dr. Wnyson?
Answer I believe so.
Question You went under Dr.
W'aj son's treatment because. It wns
said that jou wcro becoming nddlct
Ccl to tho iiso of morphine?
Answer That Is about It.
Question And were jou .broken of
tho habit of taking morphine.
Answer Thero Is no question of
a habit; such a thing as n habit did
D-. At hcrley hero Interrupted
C.nttic ir and complained at Ills harp
ing on I l.o morphine treatment, say
ing ha wis endeavoring to put a
wiong construction on' it.
Cathcart Did jou return to jour
treatment after you stopped treat
ment with Dr. Wnyson?
Answer I did.
Question You went to Dr. Wny
son In 1S9G nnd ngaln wticn?
Answer In 1901.
Question With thoso two excep
tions you treated j-oursclf?
Answer I did.
In rcsponso to a question from
Cntlicnrt regarding Ills treatment, ho
went Into u long description of tho
method which ho used In treating
himself, much of his testimony being
U'ry technical in plnrcs. Tho effect
of different narcotics on tho sjstcm
was gono Into.
Question Then In 1901 you stop
ped tho iiso ot uiorphlro entirely and
Answer I did.
Question Has this treatment of
jours which has extended over nil
this tlmo affected jour health?
Answer My health has Improved.
Question Have Jou over used liq
uor to excess?
Answer I may have, nt times.
Question Do jou remember when
jou met mo?
Answer I do; It was In Konn. I
1 1 member, because jou wcro n little
under tho "Inlluonco" yourself.
Question DPI nnjuno tell you to
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and Hotel Sts.
Best of All
Cheering Report Of
' U.S. Experts
Director Wilcox of tho Federal Ag
ricultural Kxperlmcnt Station has re
ceived n most gratifying report from
Washington on tho samples of Sea
Island cotton grown In theso Islands.
Tho exports of tho Department of Ag
riculture stato Hint tho Hawaiian sain
pies nro tho host for comnieicl.il pur
poses they have received this jcar,
This report means a great deal for
the prospects of cotton In the Islands,
ns tho oxtcrts einplojcd by tho depart
ment aro tho best to bo found in tho
country. They know tho commercial
value of cottons and nro In close touch
with nil phases of market demands.
Their letter received by Dr. Wilcox
last week says that among nil tho
samples thuy hnvo received this jcar
from Florida, fleorgla nnd nil through
tho South v.licro tho Sen Island cotton
Is n specialty Hawaii ranks tho high
est. "Thero Is every rcaiton why wo
should bo gratified," said Dr. Wilcox,
"because we had to ilovelou our own
seed.- Those) Jcllnws nr soljcahnm of
their hold" on (ho market that they
will not send nut their host seeds even
for experimentation Wo'hnvo hnd to
tako what they wW glvo us. Consu
Qiicntly tho showing from tho seed wo
wcro nbla to obtain is really hotter
than appears from thu statement ot tho
"Cotton can bo grown In ther.o Is
lands nuwjhcro below tho Ihoiisj-nnd-foot
level and It furnishes a crop on
which llio grower can rcnlizo coin Im
mediately. It can bo grown by tho
smalt men or on tho big plantation so
that It fits all conditions. Wo shall of
course continued with our experiments.
Tho Sea Islnnd cotton commands tho
highest prlco ofuny In tho market."
HILUNIAN TO ARRIVE
f A wireless telegrnm from Cup-
f tain Johnson of tho steamer III-
Ionian wbb received this morn-
Ing by tho local agents. -f
f At 8 o'clock last uvenlng Ciipt.
Johnson reports Hint tho Hllonlan -f
was 887 miles from this port and
f will nrrlvo hero lato Thursday -f
f evening. Ho has experienced' -f
t very heavy southwest and south-
t cast gales slnro leaving 8an
Francisco and honvy head seas, -f
All well on bonrd. -f
Will bo our next fruit boat to
Island Fruit Co.,
When you put off
making out your will
because "there's plen
ty of time fo-THAT,"
you are forcing your
family to tako risk
of losing the estate.
There's no reason
for putting it off when
we are willing to pre
pare your will free of
023 FORT ST.
It Is announced from the Oovcrnor's
ofrtco that, owing to press of business,
tho Oovornor will not bo nblo to ro-
celvo visitors In the afternoon until
CASE IS ARGUED
Famous Test Gese Now
The famous cni-o of tho Territory
vs. Murannkn, a Japanese, which In
volves tho test of tho validity ot tho
ordlnniico providing against llio erec
tion of tenements nnd lodging-houses
wlthln'flvo bundled feet of n school,
passed by tho Hoard of Supervisor
with tho aim of preventing tho In -
flux of Japanese ramps In tho Maklkl
district, wan argued before the Su-
preme Court this forenoon. Attorney
i:.' C Peters represented tho defend
ant, whllo Deputy City nnd County
Attorney Mllvrrtnn conducted tho
case of tho prosecution.
The argument wns In tho main Mcnliaiils' Association," said W. II.
ftatuies tho same as thai which was Custlo this noon. "1 think we should
presented In thol'ollro Court, tho np- Ket a largo meeting nnd have n gen
peal being taken from tho ruling of crnl discussion. Oh, certainly tho
Judge Andrndo, who overruled tho meeting Is open to everjbody This
defendant's demurrer, explaining
that ho did so In order thatthe qucs.
tlon might bq decided by tho Supreme
Court, nt Hie same tlmo 'Intimating
that ho bcllcvjd that the defendant's
points vvcrelwuft liken.
Peters mudo tho point Hint tho
mere erection of a bulldlng-could not
constitute n nuisance, and tho flat nt
tho Hoard of Supervisors could not
make it so. Among his other con
tentions was that tho action of tho
Government In this case amounted to
a deprivation of property rights with
out duo process of law. Furthermore,
the ordlnaneo dealt merely with tie
erection nnd not with tho nialnte-
nance of tenements and lodging
houses within tho tabooed nrea. How
could erection bo n nulsanco when
malntcuinnco was not?
Milvcrtou in his nrgument laid
strong emphasis on tho fnct that the
buildings In question lint been erect
ed on a plnro othor than that speci
fied In tho permit, tho permit speci
fying that it could bo built on tho
corner of Klnnu and IMIkol streets,
but thero wns already n building on
thn corner nwl tho new structure wns
being erected' on another placo on
(M . . .
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif., Jan. 18.
SUGAR: 90 degree Centrifugals, 3.70
cents, or $74. per ton. t
BEETS: 88 analysis, 10s. 3-4d..
Parity, 4.12 cents.
tlon, 10s. 1 1-Zd.
THE NEW PASTRY
30o A DOZEN AT
ALEXANDER YOUNG GATE.
WE DO THE
liftraitti. w Tiovj. ill Iiav wTia rtnllvi.
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uie vain oi lime, wo snomo. navo
A Little of Yours,
TPTJUTTftUTAT WTCQVwm?n '
SERVICE, PHONE 361.
Chairs, Rockers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp fc Co.,
' (LEWERS & COOKE BLDQ.)
fiiday Is Day Set
For Striking At
Friday is the date set for the meet
ing to bo called under tho auspices
of tho Civic Federation to pass reso-
lotions approving the suspension of
he coastwise rhlpplng laws In their
application to passengers sailing lo
and from our ports to tho mainland.
Tho placo bos not been determined.
"Wo shall endeavor to have n gen
eral meeting and pass soma resolu
tions that will take n different view
fioni the Chamber of Commerce and
u n nubile mcctln. and not H meet-
n,. f civic Fcdcratlun membors
CHIYO IS SWASHING
TO SAN FRANCISCO
At 9 o'clock Inst night the new
T. K. K. liner. Chlio Maru. was
?5' " "in from here, accord-
t ing 10 a wireless messago ro- t
eclved at Knhtiku I'olnt. Ab tho -f
ship did not leave hero until 9
o'clock Him t morning, thn
f messagu :idlt:ito. Ili.it she has
4 raado 650 miles In thlrtj six hours,
or nn avcrago of eighteen miles
f In spltnof tho stutoment of
f Captain Greene, of Hie now liner,
f to thu effee (that ho would mil go
after n new record. It Is evident,
-t- Judging from tho speed which tho
ship Is making, that tho Teliyo's 4
record will bo lowered after all,
'f ,,us new vessel proves able to
keep up Iho pace. Tho Tcnjo -f
only averaged n llttlo over six-
teen miles on her record breaking
ttt t l m
rilir QUCCD Ril Til
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HAWAII AN ANA
Thu eighty-five, thoroughbred rams
which arrived hero from Auckland on
tho steamer Don of Ituthven, will ho
hipped this evening to their future
homes on l.annl and at the Huniuul.i
sheep station on Hawaii.
Thn animals which will go lo Uinni
nro property of W. fl Irwin & Co.,
and will ho shlpiicd by tho Mlkuhala.
Thero nro Iwvntj'-flvo in tho bunch.
Tho other bunch, sixty In all, ramn
hero consigned to Then. II. Davlcs &
Co. They will bo sent to the Humuula
theop stntlon on tho I. Ikelike.
Thu rnms are said lo ho tho finest
animals of their kind ever brought here
and wcro lmirted nt large oxpcniKo,
in too jiopu in uiitiuriiiiiy improving inu
'strain of sheep on tho Islands.
Yap Seo Young, who has heun In tho
umpioy of Then. II Davlos & Co.'s dry
goois department for tho last twenty
J ears, lias gone luln mildness with Wall
Y,nE Chong. King street, below tho
flshinarkot and will bo glad to boo his
SACRAMENTO, Calif, Jan. 10. The legislation proposed that in
volves the Japanese has been held in abeyance pending the arrival of a
letter from President Roosevelt. Governor Gillctt is expected to veto the
anti-Japanese legislation if it Is pasted
SALEM, Oregon, Jan. 19. Ex-Governor Chamlcrlain was elected U. '
S. Senator today on the first ballot. This fullfils the pledge of the direct
primary although it involved the election of a Democrat by a Republican,;
OLYMPIA, Wash., Jan. 19. Congressman WcMcv Jones was " today
elected U. S, Senator to succeed Senator Ankeny.
DENVER, Colo., Jan. 19. Charles Hughes has been elected U, S. Sen- $ ,
nlor to succcci Senator Teller,
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Jan. 19.
to the U. S. Senate.
ALBANY. N. Y Jan. 19. Elihu
day elected -United States Senator to
BISMARCK, N. D., Jan. 19. M.
cced U. S. Senator Hansbrough.
HARTFORD, Conn., Jan. 19. Frank B. Brandcgec has been reelec- vl
ted to the U. S. Senate. ' S
RALEIGH. N. C. Jan. 19. Lee
U. S. Senate. .
DES MOINES, Iowa, Jan. 19. Ex-Governor A. B. Cummins.was to
day elected U. S. Senator for the full term.
HARRISBURO, Pa., Jan. 19. U.
CONCORD, N. H Jan. 19. The
reelected J. n. uaiunger to the u. S.
SMYRNA, Asia Minor, Jan. 19.
FIRE AT MESSINA
MESSINA, Sicily, Jan.19. A destructive fire swept the city today.
Say Japanese Actor
Tried To Carve Up
FrciT. IC, Mnklnn, who was alleged
to have 'been mixed up In a bloody
war Monday, came Into tho Italic
1 1 n omco at noon and stated that ho
had attended u banquet given Mon
day evening In tho Hlrano Hotel.
He denied, howovcr, that any fight
originated over tho recelptH of tho
hlgh-wngo show given last week In
tho Honolulu theater, nnd that ho
had anything to do with It.
"I was prefccnt nt tho banquet giv
en Monday In tho lllrnno Hotel,"
said Maklnn, "I was thero ns u guest
together with Negorn, Tho banquet
was given by tho Japanese flshormon
and not by tho Jupnncso Illgli-Wuge
If It's Comfort
AND EASE YOU'RE AFTER,
And if you do lots of walking,
Try n pair of our
Russia Tan Calf,
You'll Find Them Just The Thing.
No, 4C9. PRICE, $4,50.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 FORT STREET.
',..v; aK. - ,&
Rccd Smoot has been reelected!
Root, Secretary of State, was to-.
succeed T. C. Piatt. 3 '
N. Johnson has been elected to suc-. '
Ovcnrnn has been reelected to the? :. v
S. Senator Boise Penrose was re- "
New Hampshire Legislature today Y
A sharp earthquake shock was felt
"Whllo wo wcro oating, Hnrada
camn Into tho room nnd started tho
fight. When I saw this, Ncgoro nnd
I left thu room nnjl canio iiwii)-. 'hnt
rnuscd Iliinidn to start tho fight Pdo
not know Thero was no quarrot
about the receipts of the two per
formances glcniast week In tho Ho.
nolulu theater. In fact, I had noth
ing to ilii with tho hlgh-wngo show,
at I had already previously expressed
rr.jsolf iigalnst It, when thu promoters
a p proa eli ei I me on tho subject." V
Fred K Maktno, president, of tho
Japanese High Wago Association, last
night escaped tho fatal blow ot u
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