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Lycha E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound? We can
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cures after all other means had failed.
Women who arc suffering with some form of female
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As such evidence read these two unsolicited testimonial
letters. We guarantee they are genuine and honest state
ments of facts.
Ourtllner, Mnliic. "T win n crcnt sufferer from n fcnmlo
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" Ljdlii I.. lMiiniiiiin'H VckoIuIiIo (oinpoiiiid completely cured
'.'.'A' I1! "T,tf "'"''Xli1." Sirs. S. A. Williams, U.I'.O.Xo. 14, Mux
Silt, (itmlliicr, J If.
So. West llnrlior, Mo T suffered for jenrs with imltiful
iierloiK l.i!l(ii(!lu, hciidndies, iu'roiiMiess lireL'iilarltles mid
I11'.1" mtlon. I coiimiIUm! two plijMlclausiiiid one advised mo
to Iiiiu'iiii operation.
."'""'"inPlHt'lJ dNeoiiriiKPil m lion I decided to trv Indian,
riulcliani VvKftiihlo Coiiipouud, ami It lias iiiado me a well
Moiniin. I niHIse all uirvrlu; women to lultu l.wllu i:. IMnlt
"'"""''P'liil'li' Compound." airs. Lillian Kooning, South
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ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
Says Their Report Is Skillful Word
Painting and Does Him an
53d Day Afternoon Session
The House 5 ester (lay afternoon
onco more put Itself on record tin
BtRtidlni; by ttie party pledges ly
nnsliiK on tlilnl rending the primary
l.iw bill. The oto on the nieiisura
was iitti.illy party ote. only two
or three Republican1) toting with
the DemocrntH against tho nienxtirc.
Tho bill was I nt roil u ceil In the House
h) Cnstio, mill Is the Mime, with sumo
levlslon mid iitiiciuliiicnt, ns the
inenmire which the Senate Killed, not
withstanding tho party pledges ot
Its liicinlierH to support a 1'ilmary
l.'leetton bill. It Is now up tn the
Jennie again ns to whether or not It
shall lepudlnte Its piomlses.
Theie Is, In fact, moro thnn n faint
suspicion t lint biimo of the limine
r.irmbeis nhn otoil for the bill yes
teiday Old so with the bopo that It
uiulil bo killed In the Semite. As
ono ot the Representatives stated in
the corridor nfler the oto lind been
tni.en. "It would be n good Joko on
us If the Senate hhnuld pans the bill. '
Several lefeiences were made to
fie party pledge when tho bill wns
taken up for tblid leading. A Hon bo
rtntcd il.at both the Itcpiibllenns mid
tho Denioi'r.ilH had pledged theni-
cles t'i uipport such a bill, und It
wns tlie duty of every one of tlicm
to go on i coord ns being for or
Kiirlndo, speaking for the Detno-
cu.tF, snld they, loo, wero pledged
to the implicit of n primary election
bill, but mile. about. COO amend
ments were made to the present bill,
he did not fecl that lie could vote
for It. Tho niiicndiiientR were not
mucin nnd ho did not vote for It. Nei
ther did tho other Democrats In the
I Inure. c
Kanllm made ono of his long nnd
noisy kpeeclies ngalnst the bill. When
ho began to tnllc Coney wearily sug
gested that the Interpretation be dis
pensed with. Knnlho, who n few
minutes later took occnslou to ut
tacli the nnwspapcis and the news
paper leportcrs nnd to stnto that If
lie Is back In the House two jenrs
from now, ho will Introduco a reso
lution to l!ne the reporters baired
from tho House, objected loudly to
this. Perhaps the members did not
Iwjint to listen to his eloquence, but
ho was sure the reporters did, and
he wanted them to know what he
was talking nbout so they could tell
the public. ICaulho never talks if
by any chnnco tho reporters are out
of the room,
Doutliltt cut short debate by mov
ing the previous Question nnd the
voto wns taken on tho bill, tho divi
sion being ns follows:
Aes Affonso, Carley, Castio, Co
hen, Coney, Corrca, Doutliltt, Huddy,
Kalelopu, Knmanoulu, Knwnnkoa,
Kinney, Long, Mnkcknu, Moanaull,
Nnknlekn, Illce, Sheldon, Shlnglo,
Wrllwnlole, nnd the Speaker.
Noes Furtado, Ilililo, Kama, Kn
malm, Knnlho, Kawowehl, Keala
wna, I, Ike, and Nawaliluo,
Members All Pure
Ily tho ndoptlon of the report ot
tho draft Committee by a voto of 28
to 2 tho House declaiod Itself pure
und spotless, nnd gracefully waved
nwny all suggestions of Improper
conduct on the part of any of Us
Hut this wns not dono until nftor
I ong, who had boon handed n back'
handed swnt by the committee be
cause tho Investigators wanted to
lay nil tho charges at Ills door, had
luado one of tho best, bitterest, und
ir.o.it F.ucantlc speeches of tho Bed
lion on tho special icpnrt. "Word-
painting, beautiful word-pnlntlng,"
lie culled tlio report And tho words
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forow
L T. FELU MDUro'S HITfTlL
CREAM OK IU5ICAL BEAUHHU
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ns ho uttered them meant n host of
things that a mere rending of the
testimony ns compared with tho re
port would suggest to almost any
When tho report wns called up for
ndoptlon, Coney said lie felt catlcd
upon to sny something In refcrenco
to it. He Has cry soiry that tho
Hinder had como up. Ho had been
sitting nmong the other members,
feeling that nil of them wero honest
nnd upright men, nnd they Beemcd
to bo harmonious nnd friendly to ono
another. Hut when tho graft story
was published it seemed to cast n
gloom aver the wholo body. It was
nil tho result ot Jealousy nmong tho
Members and had no foundation
v"lt has been rumored nbout," he
Bald, "that the report of tho commit
too wns a whitewash. It wns no
whitewash, I feel hurt over this
matter from the Hawaiian stand
point becauso It has been Bald that
the Ilnwnllnns nrc not capable of
running tho I.eglslaturo and nro liable
lo gtaft. If It Is the nlm of the press
or anybody else to bring nbout gov
ernment by commission, It Is a
mighty low, dirty way to go about
It. If that's what's wanted, why not
go about it honestly, not cast u shad
ow over this Legislature and Insin
uate that we are grnfters. During
the balance of this I.eglslaturo we
should be careful how wo talk nbout
one another nnd not mako remarks
that reflect on one another. That's
wlint tho newspapermen want
some little thing that they can seize
upon und cntt abroad and mako it
appear that we nro grnfters.
"I nBlc that the report of tho com
mittee bo adopted."
Skillful Word-Paintinir 'I
Long spinng to his Feet with blood
In tils eye. "I for one," ho said, "do-
sire to thnnk the committee for what
they hnve done. They have done,
true to their duty, a Job of the finest
nnd most skillful word-painting I
"Throughout the whole matter I
hnvo tnken an impartial stand, nnd
upon receipt of the report ot the spe
cial ceommlttee I find that I am the
culprit of this hall.
"If by my nctlons I hnvo accom
plished nothing moro than to Insuro
tho fnct that hereafter every mem
ber will be careful not to be placed
In a suspicious position, I have done
well. It is our duty, ns Mr. Castro
stated, for every man. It he thinks
that iny member is violating' his
oath, to say so. Whatever I had to
do with bringing about this Investi
gation wns dpno honestly.
'1 was not the instigator of that
article. I so tinted at tho tlmo nnd
I so state again. Through that re
port tho House has cast upon mo the
odium ot being tho Instigator of the
charges. If that Is the desire of the
House, I huvo no regrets. My shoul
ders uro broad enough to bear the
burden of the charges.
"It was ray duty as a legislator,
when I saw. things thnt seemed to
me lnegular, to ask the House to
ninko an investigation. I felt it
would be bettor for us to Investlgato
our own members than to have re
ports circulated ufter tho session was
over that we had been unfaithful to
Left Out Notes
"I feci this matter keenly, I felt
relieved when the committee report
exonerated every member. With n
few exceptions that report should bo
accepted for a ciedltablo purposo.
Hut in my own mind I feel that tho
commltteo has done mo an Injustice
In thnt It did not refer to its min
utes nnd sum up tho testimony in
making Its report. It did not refer
to tho stenographer's notes when it
wrote the jiplnlon.
"I am willing to stand the conse
quences, but I propose thnt
House shall know that the commit
tee wroto thnt repoit without con
sulting Its notes". I desire tho Houso
to know tho facts, nnd I want the
stenographer's notes to accompany
"I am grateful to the committee
for finding that no member of the
Houso leeched n dishonest penny."
Shlnglo said Long need not be
grateful to the committee. Ho should
bo giateful to the members for being
honest. Ho said ho didn't have to
lefcr to the stenographer's notes to
know Whoro tho article came from.
Shingle then rehashed the testimony
given before tho committee, caie
fully leaving out nil tho disagreeable
parts, and wound up by nsking In an
agitated volco whother or not the
lloiibo pioposcd to stand for such
stories as had been puUllshed In tho
H u 1 1 o t i n . Ho moved that the
Btcnogrupher bo ordeied to make a
certified copy of the testimony to bo
kept on file.
Kawowehl talked a whllo but snld
nothing of conscquciico except that
In his opinion If any man had been
caught grafting ho should be hanged
by tho neck,
Knnlho In n noisy speech thnnked
everybody for everything, nnd said
that tho members of the House had
been Injured, and what wero they
going to do about it. They ought to
lire all the reporters out because
they stated what was not true. If
ho wero in the Legislature next ses
sion ho would Introduce a resolution
to have ull newspaper reporters kept
out ot the House.
Kealawaa's New License
Kcalawaa, who in some unexplaln-
- '; S
ed way has Just obtained a license to
practice law In the district courts,
felt himself aggrieved because the
committee had not made, him its at
torney Instend of Deputy Attorney
Qencrnl Whitney, The committee
had not done Its full duty. It should
have niado tho 11 u 1 1 e t i n reporter
divulge, the secret of whero ho got
his Insinuation. The commltteo
hadn't tried hard enough. Now, If
It had only mndo him' Its nttorney,
he would hnvo forced the reporter to
"I think," ho snld, "that we ought
to get from .the reporter tho name
ot the person who told him tho
story. 1 think I can get It In about
a minute. 1 am nn nttornoy-n-law.
I have Just received my licensee If
this House will authorize me to do
bo, 1 will guarantee to get the name
out of the reporter."
unrortunntciy tno uouso aid not
authorize tho venorablo Governor of
Cocoanut Island to try his' hand at
tho Inquisition game, so 'the world
will never know what ho might hnvo
accomplished If ho had been given
The House, notwithstanding me
tlmo wasted In declaring to the world
that It Is pure nnd spotless, got over
a lot of work yesterday, holding a
night session to dlsposo of n big
batch of committee reports. A largo
number ot bills were paBscd on
third reading, and a lot of others
wero cast upon the Junk pile. The
following bills passed tholr final
reading in tho House!
Houso Dill 201, Long, relating tn
proof and entry of defaults ngnlnst de
fendants In civil nctlons.
Hcnso 11111 187, Doutliltt, the pur
poso of which Is to do away with t'iu
division of tho J ear Into tonus In con
nection with tho work of tho Honolulu
Circuit Court and mako tho tcsBlon
continuous thioiighout tho yeni,
Houso Hill 220, providing that Cir
cuit Judgcv shall have power tp com
pel the attendance from any part of
tho Territory of witnesses In civil ac
tions before nny district magistrate
within their icspectlvo Judicial cir
cuits. Houso Hill 210, Castro, tho primary
Senato Dill 88, Knudscn, relating to
Hens of mechnnlcs and mnteilalmen.
Senato 1)111 ICO, Knudscn, rclntlng
to the statute ot limitations. Tho bill
provides thnt no iierson shall bo
deemed to have been hi tho possession
of nny lands lthln tho meaning of the
statute merely by reason of having
made nn entry thereon, unless ho shall
have continued In open and peaceable
possession thereof fur at least a year
niter entry or unless nn action shall
have been commenced on such entry
within ono yqar after entry.
Senato 1)111 12G, to permit iwior per
sons to prosecute chll actions In forma
Senate Hill 128, additional approprl
atlon bill, mnklng an additional appro
prlatlon of $1250 to carry tho Public
Lands Department through the re
mainder of the biennial period. Tho
bill as it came from tho Senato merely
provided nn appropriation of $1000 for
tho Fourth Circuit Court, but the
Hquso naively knocked this out and
replaced It with tho $1250 Item for
tho Land Department.
Senate Dill 133, Falrchlld, to pro
vl'do for tho maintenance, extension
and Improvement and payment of the
cost of tho Honolulu water and sower
works, Tho bill provides that nil rev
enues derived from tho Honolulu wat
er nnd sewer works shall bo held as a
special fund for the purposes nbove
Joint Resolution 9, Introduced by
Castro, providing for the appointment
of n commission of three persons, to
bo known ns the Commission of Public
ii o ! U"11"0". ' Investlgato Into tho mat.
IVI Ut BClVIUtTD ICUUUIk'U Ullll CIlUTKeH
mndo by the gas and electric light and
power companies, was recommitted for
A Deir Dear Bill. '
Tho Houso took up tho consideration
of the Governor's veto of Houso Hill
tho deer bill. Sheldon moved that
as this might bo a "dear" bill before
Ihoy got through with It, consideration
of tho veto bo postponed until Satur
day. This carried.
Houso Dill 123, relating to tax Hens,
making tax liens prior HenB upon prop
erty, passed Its second reading, as did
also Hoiibo Hill 220, relating to fallun
to mako return of property for taxation
purposes. ' '
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