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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.IL, WEDNESDAY. APR. 14, 190 3
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Imp i i .i hi i
'I except i,y a very good medicine.
knn'Mi liiixist in tils nnintrv liv tlinitcinrlc Vinoi,,-
fund tio.n pun and suiftrmg b Ljcha E. Pinkh'am's
Could sucli a ncord be made without actual and supe
rior nient? Read what this woman says, and realize that
the lesults secured in her case could not have been made
except by a very good medicine.
CHARGES OF GRAFT
ARE TO BE PROBED
Speaker To Appoint a
Committee To Go
BRIBERY HINTED AT IN
CONNECTION WITH A
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nil up iroiiiiics uonioii Iiimo. I liuil one doctor nfti-r uiiother
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. --.ta twillj WIlUt
iii. leiiiulo ti
Inillvi'stlim mill 1
".iiuiu m liioiiiinnu'c. i iiiMiril of Ljilia K. lMiihliain'.s Voire
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"-" ti riiivii
nz iiiij opiii' u. Tln'j niUlse.l an op.Tutl.m, tint
JO oiio. My body and lectworo swollen, oitliNcd
iroiihlo. Iih crj nenous, liud no appetite,
I heart tronMc.
hv ti.lJ ,VV.Vi 'V. s,l,'..nf sopl!. Ao friends mndo well
Iwllnl" l SlV,?.'.! "V1 """."nytunnsuffcrliiB women tako
11 r l"u"a " eKctahlo Compound. It any womnii Ik in
Science in surgery and electricity has advanced much
in the past 30 years, but the tieatment of disease by the old
fashioned roots and herbs method has never been improved
upon. The fact that this leader of them all Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is to-day the largest
seller of any similar medicine in the world, is proof positive
of its value and superiority, for with a'l our enterprise
and advertising we could not keen fooling the people for
30 years. Merit and merit alone is what has made Lydia
E. l'inkham's Vegetable Compound the standard medicine
for treating diseases peculiar to women.
I or :! yeari T.jdla K. l'lnMiniiiN Vrtreliililo
Compound has been the standard rcniriM for
loiimlr UN. No slek woman does justice to
heisulr Mho will nottrj thlslai is niidklne.
flliiili; uclti.rl from roots and hcrhs, and
has thousands ol cures to It- credit.
nSCF Ttlio hllKktest trouble appears which
&? 1011 do not iiuderstanil, write to Mrs.
IMiiKliam at l.j 1111, Mn., for her advice it Is
tree and uluajs helpful.
House Is ThorouRhly Aroused Over
Ufly Stones That Are Told
in Corridors and on
The House Ib Kolng to ;irnlic Into tlio
cIihiki'b of wraft ninl lirlborj Hint hmo
liven iniulo iiRnlnsl Konio of lln mem
I born, and unless n lnrRo bucket of
whltuunHli U liimtll) iruiarcl, Hie
KUllly memburH, It Midi exist niul they
e.m be discovered, mo to be publicly
bmiuleil nil recreant to tlulr trust nnd
'unlit to sit among honest men. It Is
probable that 11 commission nil) lie np
poluteil today to mnko n thorough In
cst I nation Into the cliuna-B Hint hnu
been freely circulated over slnco the
Speaker Inst Sntiirdii made his Insln
nations of Rrnft In connection with the
resolution to Increase the pa) of the
RtcnoRrniiher by allowing him compeii
1 nation for truiiscrlliliiK bis minutes
Weekly Bulletin SI Pep Year
0 ' D If
low On Sale
A trial glass is its best
Kill BSr I illll IV
The Standard of Quality
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
! On the floor of the House jesterdny
nfteinoon It una openly stated by I.oiik
Unit stories are koIiik around the
striets to the effect that boiiiu inein
hers of the House were bribed In con
taction with the recent attempt to
p.iss n ccitnin bill This matter nml
that of the paddliiR of snlnr nccounts
Lb) fees for trnnslntlon done under ns
sumed mimes, I.ouk thought should bo
thoroughly (tone Into
When the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n of )eslerday
afternoon wns rccelnsl In the Houso
nml the stor) of alleged graft ns rend
li) tome of the immbeiH, thero was In
jletise eclt(ment among the Kepiescn-
it.itles fonie or them did not look
grc.itl) siirpilsc, but from others
there was a pisp of iioiror nt the Idea
that mi) honor ililo member could
(sdl his own skirls nnd dlsgraco the
wire y mi) siicn iwtiy gran ns mat
charged by Long Kalelopu immedl
nlely seized Ills pin iiu'i paper nnd be
gan busll) willing. As soon ns oppor
tunlt) offcrcil, hu p'icseiitcd tho follow
Ing resolution, readfus Its himself:
"He It Resolved, Hy the House of
Representatives oj'lho sfcsBlon of 1909,
that a coniinlllee consisting of the
chairman of the, Comliiltteo on fi
nance, clialnmn of the Committee on
1'uhllc Kxpenditures ' nnd Accounts
nml dial' man of the Printing Commit
tee, to forthwith Investigate Into the
matter of certain honorable members
of this House alleged to huvo done
certain translation work of Hawaiian
bills from English under assumed
names as published In tho H veiling
II ii 1 1 o 1 1 n of this date, Said com
mlttce Is hereby authorized to sub
poena witnesses, hlro ttorne)s, nnd
do every means of bringing this mat
ter to light. Said committee to report
tho results of their findings no later
Sheldon moved that tho resolution
bo amended by adding the name of the
chairman of tho I.'dncntlonal Commit
tee Long, who inado tho charges.
Hlco offered an amendment that tho
commission consist of threo membeiH
Jo bo appointed by tho Speaker. Ho
nsked not to bo appointed on tho com
mltteo himself, as ho had not been
feeling well of Into.
Castro's Skirts Clean,
Cnstio wns particularly worked up
over tho story. Ho was evidently mid
er the Impression that It might seem
I In sumo way to reflect upon himself
' ns chairman of tho Committee on Pub
J lie Expenditures nml Accounts, though
It was not so Intended and no ono
could hnvo any notion that ho would
'countennnco anything that smelled of
I trrr, lt, lnnvn..Bl.r ..-., ,1. ,..
lion of tho lesolutlon.
"If an) tiling wrong Is going on In
this Houso and nny members knows of
! It and does not toll of It, ho Is n ras
cal," nald Castro. "If any inomber of
this Houso has received money, as al
leged In this afternoon's paper, It
should bo mndo known nnd ho should
bo punished for It. If I, as chnlrman of
tho Commltteo on Public Expenditures,
should tolorato that anv member
Seed, Hammer and
Cramer Dry Plates
Each in its
Photo Supply Co.,
Everything Photographic. Fort St.
should drnw money under nn nsstimcd
name, I should be a rasrul. It mall a
thing has occurred In this House In
tho knowledgo of nny member. Is not
thnt member n scoundrel If he does
not tell what ho knowsT Mr. Speaker,
I ask not to bo placed on that com
mittee." Should Be Probed.
Kalelopu took tho Moor to support
tho adoption of his resolution. "This
thing has been brewing for some tlmu
past," ho Bald, "on account of the
tioublo wo hnvo had over the stenog
rapher, nnd I want to find out every
fact In connection with It, Wo won
to dig away down to the bottom and
And out all about It."
Graft In Atmosphere.
Ixmg expressed his surprsc that tho
story had become public property nnd
did not know how It had come to bo
credited to him. Hut he did not deny
the truth of the story or that he wus
responsible for the statements con
tained in It Long has for two or
three da) 8 bi-en threatening to start a
sensation by telling what ho knowd
about some things, and ho made It ev
ident that he Is going to stand by his
"Hvor since Saturday when tho
word 'graft' was uttered hy tho Speak
er," bo siild slowly nnd deliberately,
"tho atmosphere has been filled with
graft. Relieving as I do that If nny
graft docs exist, whether among tho
members or the ofllcers of the House,
it Is our duty to Investigate Into the
matter, wo have no alternative now
but to Investigate It Is freely talked
In tho street nml elsewhere that thero
are members of this House assisting In
the translation of dltTcrcnt documents
It lias gono so far that the chairman
of the Committee on Public Expendi
tures nml Accounts hns questioned tho
propriety of permitting nny translation
to be made by a member of this Houso
and a bill picsenled for the work by
somo ono else.
"I prefer that this resolution should
go fnrthcr. Ofllcers and members of
the Houso ore being accused of an at
tempt at bribery, further, of nn at
tempt to stuff tlulr expenso bills.
"Wo hnvo arrived at tho most crucial
point of legislation I feel that It
would have been belter If this matter
hud been left imprinted, but slnco It Is
there, let us Investigate thoroughly"
I.lku expressed mild surprlso over
the story, sAylng that this wbb the first
ho had known of an) members of tho
HoiiBe getting paid for translation
work. Tho matter should bo Investi
gated and If tho stoiy wore found not
to be true, tho paper should be cen
sured. The Old Wall.
Rico thought tho members ought not
to tnko too 'seriously anything the
newspapers shy, for, of courBe, thoy
hnvo to have Jhst so many big head'
lines each day, Tho reporter who
wrote the e(ory, If It wore not true,
should be censured. He wanted tho
commltteo to Investigate all the
charges that have been made within
tho past few' days.
Sheldon madu his often repeated
remark about liking to bo roast
ed by tho phpers becatiso that Insured
his re-election. Sheldon, it may bo
remarked In passing, is about tho most
touchy of nil tho members over what
tho paper sny about him Ho sag
gested that Long ought to ho mado a
member of tho commltteo to do tho In
Kawowchl was In favor of tho adop
tion of tho resolution. Theso tilings
aro coming out toward tho closo of
tho Legislature and they ought to bo
examined Into. Speaking for tho mem
bers from Hawaii, ho declared that
nono of them had dono or said any
thing of which to bo ashamed. If the
chaiges made aro truo, they lowr tho
standard of ;ho House and blacken
the names of tho members. Ho moved
to liavo tho chairman or tho Miscel
laneous Commltteo put on tho commit
tee, because, ho said, "this Is ono of
thut miscellaneous things that that
committee should deal with. Resides,
tho chairman of that commltteo knows
n lot about miscellaneous things." He
offered to bo a member of the commlt
teo himself if tho Speaker desired It
Heforo tho motion for tho adoption
of tho resolution wan put, Cattro of-
fcred nn amendment, to Btrlke out thi.
woid "honorable" before tho word
"members." As It was obvious that o
member engaged in grafting could
hardly rightfully iinnrontlato tho ad
jective, tho amendment was adopted
and the Houso then udoptcd tho reso
lution. Tho Speakor referred It to the
Poor littlo follow ! Ho coughs
to hard he cannot Bleep. That
makes htm weak and sickly all tho
next day. Ilia brother thinks this
coughing Is terrible. So do we, for
we know that just a few doeea of
will stop tho cough. For sixty years
it has boon tho standard remedy
with men, women, and children for
colds, coughs, and all throat and
lung diseases. It contains no nar
cotic or poison of any kind. Be sure
that you get Ayers Cherry Pec
toral. Accept no cheap and worth
tnniUOc. I. a h C. l.i, Mim., U. I. A.
NOTICE 1Q STOCKHOLDERS.
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
issue oi new t'ertlhcatcs.
Notice Is hereby given thnt In nc
cordnnco with tho action of tho
Roard of Directors of tho Hawaiian
Commercial & Sugar Company, tho
shares of stock of said Company will
uo cnanged rrom 100,000 of tho par
value of 1100. each to 400,000 of tho
par value of $25. each; Bald chango
to dato from April 19th, 1909.
Tho Honolulu stock boohs of the
Comi-uny will bo closed for transfer
from April lGth to April 19th, 1909,
and nil stockholders nre particularly
requested to exchange tholr present
certificates for those of tho new Is
sue., HAWAIIAN COMMERCIAL & SUQAIl
Hy ALEXANDER & HALDWIN,
" ' Honolulu Transfer Agents.
Honolulu, T. II.. April 13th, 1909.
SPECIAI '.MEETING OF STOCK-
HOLDERS. OP KAHU1UI ik
"ROAD CO. T
A special meeting of the Stock
holdsrs of tho Kahului Railroad Com
pany will be held at tho office of tho
Corporation, Stangenwnld Rulldlng,
Honolulu, on Monday, tho 19th day
of April, 1909, nt 10 o'clock a. m.,
for tho purpose of accepting the pro
visions of Act 39 of the Legislature
of the Territory of Hawaii, approved
on the 26th day of March, 1909, and
for the consideration of such other
business as may come before the
ELMRR n. PAXTON,
Secretary Kahului Itullroad Co.
April S. 1909.
Uy order of the First VIc-Presl-dent.
Dri. V. E. Collins and A. N. Sin
clair now occupy offices at the corner
of Hotel and Rlthards. Dr. Collins
will have office hours from 11 a. m.
to 3 p. m. Sunday and evenings by
appointment. Dr. Sinclair's hours
will be 8:30 to 10 a. m 4 to E p. m.
Sunday and evenlncs by appointment.
AALA PARK BAND CONCERT
Thero will bo a public band con
cert this evening at 7:30 at Aula
Pnik, with tho following lenditlons:
March: The Thunderer Souz.t
Overture: Jolly Students .... Sunne
Wultz- Lnnra Mlllocker
Selection: Tho Red Mill. . . .Herboit
Vocal Hawaiian Songs ar. by Ilorgcr
Selection: My Old Kentucky Homo
, ,, Dalbey
Waltz: Golden Shower. ..Wnldteufet
Finale: Molokanm lleigor
Tho Star-Spangled Danner
J .1. Williams has the negatives of
Honolulu lesldences made by Mr. Eb-
eits Duplicates may be had. Order
by street and number.
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We are showing a complete line of
WHITE KID GLOVES
Celebrated Trefousse make? 2 Clasp $1.25
Also come in Tans and Black
Plain and Lingerie Effects
CAKE, PASTItY, COOKIES, ETC.
MADE IN Q00D OLD GERMAN STYLE.
Sample and Sale Boom, CULLMAN'S OLD STORE, Fort
The German Bakery
King St., formerly 6INOER'S.
W. H. ZIMMERMAN, Prop.
Residents uof Hawaii
PURPOSING to Titlt SEATTLE during the time of the
' EXPOSITION, JUNE lit TO OCTOBER lSth,'will find
it to their advantage t) call at the rooms of the Hawaii
Promotion Committee and regiiter in order that atiiitance
may be rendered them in securing; desirable hotel accom
modation, i '
'Complete information as to Hotel Bates, Steamship and
Railway Fares on file.
'E HAVE MADE FURTHER
REDUCTIONS in the
IVi.cs of DRY GOODS
so the materials will move qaickly,
and we may be able to make the
changes necessary to suit the rc
quirements of the Men's Department
The goods are. not old, have
not been dragged from old anchor
age, but are, in most instances,
You can really "Do Better at Kerr's"
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.
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