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Sonic of the new m rivals in our Rcady-to-Wcar De
partment: LADIES' WHITE HEP , SUITS, with' thrccTquartcr
lcnRth coat, round an! square cut, trimmed in large pearl
buttons. Very stylish. t
LADIES' CHAMPAGNE REP' SUITS, three-fourth
length, square-cut coat, stylishly trimmed. Very swell,
LADIES' WHITE LINEN" SUITS, three-quarter length,
square-cut coat, trimm:d in heavy Irish bands, medallions
and large Pearl Buttons. The latest.'
LADIES' WHITE NOVELTY STRIPED SUITS, three
omrlcr length, square cut coat, trimmed in Copenhagen
blue; collar and cuffs Edutacho braid and pearl buttons.
A LONG-FELT WANT SUPPLIED
We have just' received a shipment of the Meyers
AUTOMOBILE GAUNTLET GLOVES
, Drowns nnd Tans, all sizes. These arc indisncnsible
to lady nutoists.
Sec our display of LADIES' and CHILDREN'S PARA-.
S0LSJn4cvcry conceivable style. White, in plain tucked
and'cmbroidcred. Pongee, in plain, embroidered and Per-1
sian trimmings, Silk, in. plain, striped, plaids nnd polka
dots. All colors nnd n'.l prices.
Our Art Department
Is always stocked with the latest in ait goods and
CUSHION TOPS and PILLOWS.
CUSHION CORDS CORDS and TASSELS.
EMBROIDERY SILKS, EMBROIDERY LINENS,
JAPANESE GOLD nnd SILVER THREAD,
JEWELS nnd BEADS of all description.,
In fact, everything found In an up-to-date Art Depart
ment. All kinds of s'.amping done.
achs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Cor. Tort and Bcrctnn'a Sts.
Xi3Vl TLT"D Soi1' Wack or Woianae tatii corl
1 or rock furnished to fill up deprcs-
YOBP XlCBi lions or build UP terraces?
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Your machine will be ready for
vou when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
Von Hamm- Young
. Co., Ltd.
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By skilled mechanics nt
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
Hotel St., near Richard.
SCHUMAN, CARRIAGE CO.
Received ex 'Alameda a New Ship
mcut of Latest Styles in
Built to fit and wear.
W. W. WRIGHT & CO., Ltd.
Union Electric Co.,
2JJ5T- DULLCTIN ADS PAY -J
Opp. Fire Station.
On Display at our Garage
1009 -MODEL "G" RUNABOUT.
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAB.
AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL KAR
C. H. BEHN
Car No. 184 can now
be found al
COR SALE A Fine Ger.
8 man Coach Stallion,
three years old ; weight
1250; 16 hands high.
JUTT-'Tor bjlo" cardi a) Bulletin
All sorts and sizes of
PHOTO ALBUMS, at
"HANG OR LYNCH"
WAS SATIN JEST
Matheson Denies Charges
Made By Atcherley
DOCTOR SAYS ENEMIIS
AFftK Mb SECKbT
RoRcrs Testifies Atcherley Has
Chronic Disease of the Ear
That Caused Him
"Why do jou think that, u a should
lib either haliKcd' orlynchcd?'' Thl
wns thu Htrnneu remark of Dr. Atelier-
ley Ihls inornlnK when hu continued
hTs-tI67enso on un Insaully charge, lie
utteniited to attribute tho remark to
H. O. Mnthoson as 11 threat when tho
latter made the Jocular statement thnt
the only solution of the leprosy prob-
km was either "to turn oer thu leper
settlement to tho Atchorlcy's or to
hniij! or ISnch' tho' AtcheflojH."- In Ills'
ovldeiico Matheson made. It unite plain
Hint hu hnd iioer liitemled thu re
mark seriously though the Doctor tried
to make ro'inuch of II now. That nt
(ho time he madu thu renrirk to Mrs.
Atcherley, she laughed nnd alfti tient
od II us n Joke.
Tllu Doctor then' sought through
Charles Clinrlork, whom ho recalled to
the stand (his morning, nnd the pro
duction of the minutes of the Hoard
of Health that lie had been is'iscpilt-
ed by obstacles being-thrown In IiIf I
way to piovent lilm.iintng his leprosy!
cu ie, That implications madu to hltn
hy ecflalu wonieii on Joloknl had liuen
refused unless lie specified thoi drugs
)lo was going louso, thereby disclosing
his secret c'lito for leprosy, (
ti. 1. Hull wiis then'-c.uied Wthc
stand to prodiicu tbu nolepof evidence
of die previous trial.
Counsel for tho County asked whnt
luvwlsjicd to prove nnd. Doctor Atcher
ley snld thnt'hcT wished x'n show" thai
Dr. Wnyson's st'itemunts could not bo
Judgu Andrndu: Do .vcu.vvUh to Ini
pencil tho testimony of Dr.HVayfion In
this court by ihu testimony1 hu g.ivu
In the other court and brand him us n
Dr. Atcherley: 1 do."
Judge Atiilrnde: I'rocced with jour
uvldenco tlien Mr. null."
Mr. Hell said ho would like to rend
over his notes first as they weru of
consldernblo volume, nnd this tequest
was granted, tllu court taking a tccoss.
Mrs. Atcheiley to;k tho stand nnd
testified th.it in tho seventeen years
of uinrrled life she had always found
the Doctor sanu and rational In his
habits, work, treatment of'thu children
uinl treatment of her.
That shu had known that hu hnd
tnken drugs at times, possibly iiboul
three times 11 week and Hint his health
was considerably improved, Thnt ho
was finite) a different man from whut
ho wus fifteen veiirs ago.
That 011 two occasions bo had re
ceived treatment fiom Dr.- W.iyson
and lie had suffered very much In con;
sequence iiinl,thut so soon us ho com
menced to treat himself theru wus Ini"
Dr. Holers was also examined, who
stuted that ho know the Doctor, suf
fin oil- fiom 11 chronlo disensu of tho
ear which Interfered with his work
and sleep and that tho uso of drugs
would allovlatu that In so far us per
mitting him to sleep.
Q. Would It bo pormlsHlhlu to uu
(J. Would oiiu-hnlf grain of cncnlim
or 11 nurcotle, say a llltlo opium, bo
A. It would not liu deleterious, but
I don't think It wus Justifiable for ouu
lit our position.
This wus all tllu uvldenco of Dr. ling
ers. J. It. Ilojt and Mr. Il7.lt, Jr were
also culled tlifs morning nnd testified
til having Been Dr. Atchvrloy every
day for Ihu last two or tlnoju months
$1,100. , $1,100
I am offering you a new large
house with three bedrooms, neifer oc
cupied, near St. Louis School, with
iron roof, modern plumbing, and lot
4UBU sq, leet. right in town, for only
$1,100. Very cheap. Hare bargain.
This is $300 less than cost..
Here is your chance.
PTH "R Srnp'h
- ' 'Vi.ClVXl
Waity.l31dB. 74 S.iKine St.
nnd ho went, about his 'business In n
rational vvuyfns any other sntio man
would. J" )
When Mr. Bell took the stniul ho pro
frnilnil tii read his notes of Dr. Wn
'ton's evidence nt the previous trio'
This consmnoil a considerable poiloc"
Oil tno conclusion oi-uns, ur. aicho
icy cnnlil show nothing nnd objectet
that Mr. Ilobliisony.' tostlniony was
not there. UikIko Andrado severely
censured Dr. 'Atcherley because he hud
tnken up tho time of the court with
nn attempt ;(o I in poach the testimony
of Dr. Wnyson which hu had utterly
failed to do. s
Dr. Atcherley snld thnl Jio could d
so If he had Mr. rtoblnson's testlmonv
nt the previous trial. Though Dr. Alch
crly was not entitled to this, Mr. Cath
curt waived his rlslits nnd Mr, llol
proceeded to read his notes of Sir
At tho conclusion of this Mr. Hoi'
whs excused from the .stand unit l)r
Atchorley wns tnhl -to reserve an
point hu might hnva for hpt summlii
up. This concluded n tho ovldeiic
vvhl'ch tho f)octor-lm'dt(i'pv(vruce wit
llio exception thnl he nmln icvcrto
to the evidence nf" Prank Cnrr, tin
leper. .IndRo Andrndo has Hindu nr
rniiKcments to ro to thG ltccclvliis Sta
tion nt,Knllhl with Mr. Cnthcnrt. Dr
Atcherley nnd the elerk of court The
request thnt Mrs. Ateherloy botillouod
t ko us well wns refused.
Tha-Cniirt ndjourncd until 2 o'clock
ilH(rjrrniNMi..t T,, . ji.,, . ,
Veiy llltlo of itntiorlnnrn wns :nl
duced nt yesterday's nftcrdooti i-es-
Dr. Atcherley In cross cMiiuliiiDlun
denied most of Iho- statement.' m:ide
In the article which nppuiiT-d In the
Advertiser- of July 13th. lit; XI.1I9O
that they worn hlsbollofn nnd I ho nlj
posidhlc explanation of tlu; rtrmiK
noises hut he could not- sveur Hint
tho) weie' true. Ilo pcrsltiH, liuv
ever. In thtvldon 'jHrnociitli n by ccr
tnln peoplel chletly" Drs.. Wnjsnn an I
III Inckorhcff, who wished in obtain tho
secret of toe leprosy cm c
WnltcRjd. Smllh nf thu Adveither
was examined nnd tcstlllcd that III
suhsfiinctt'jM thn fntorvlmi u!i!rh n,
pearifd' In jho paper wnh, true whlly it
might not (lie In llio.exnct vvordi uted
by-tho'Iidoyir. f' ' t
i)r. Atcnriey thon streiiuouily pio
tesied against his .being dl-'cllowed to
bring IYak Cnrr, ii loicr from iho
llecelvlng Btntlon. Into cuiiit. This
ludgu Auilrade would not allow, but
snld that fr his evidence w-ik so nin
ttrfiil to Di.aVtrherlfy tlu'iUourt would
go to 111 m mid his his cvliljiird taken
at Krllhl. 'The, Doctor ilemuru-l mil
wished for a iiDHtnonnmcn! In nnlri-
tbat he might1-obtain legal ndilco as
to whether he could not Imvu whatever
wannesses ho pleased brought Into
LIST IS STRONG ;
Slight Advance In Price
Of, Sugar Helps
Activity in Walalu.i Is bciomlng
n.,ejtuiu, ol Ihu stock situation.
This block has been selling low all
through thu year, and present Indi
cations uro Hint It will speedily go
to par on the prospect of dividends
that may total up nlno per cent.
The market Is, generally speaking,
very strong. This wus helped mine
nils 11101 11 lug by tho change In tho
quotation for ccuti Unguis, although
1110 iiiivnnrn Is very slight. It Is
very5 prolmblo thnt thu vvholo belied -
ule of prices will advance under tho
Influenco of uufiivorublo weather re
ports f 1 uiii Ihiropc.
MEET AGAIN TONIGHT
Tonight, tho' Hoard of Supervisors
will buhl forth again to consider 'two
more lengthy ordlnunces. They nro
tho work of the Sanitary Committee,
mill prescribe the duties and require
ments of the offices of tho Milk and
Dairy Inspector. An effort will bo
nindo hy onp of tho members to havo
Iho ordinance passed by title only,
as the Hoard wns hung up lust night
until nearly midnight on nccount nf
the rending of the voluminous ordl
nunces prcsonted by Qulnn und Asc
lott. Tli: IIAUKBNTING Irnigiud. Cup.
tnln Chrlstlunson. sailed today forJJan
Francisco with 720 ions of sugar. Sho
took a number of pnssongors, who
wailful to experience a long sei voy.
Dr. Gibbons und his hi other, who
.urlve.I on the Mniania tils iiiniulim,
mo leglsteied .it thu Ilnwuiuin lintel
-" M-"""'" ,,r Ko,(,i'' iiM '
town for a few dio-i und is located m
i'o Hiwallai llotol.
WATERING FLOWERSIAYOR'S HORSE
ON WIFE'S GRAVE
Prisoner Denies Running
Blind Pig and Selling I
On a charge of keeping n blind
pig Chnrlcf Apua was tlncd $101) nnd
osts by Judge Alidrudo In tho I'o -
.Ice Com I this morning.
That one or other witnesses of
"Illier side committed perjury Is n
noral (crtalnty, because two wit-
losses Tor tho pro'ccutlon tcstlllcd
o being ut Apua's house In Knknliu
u the afternoon about 3:30 nnd
basing the wine, whilst the defend-
nt denied having been In tho house
t that tlinu nnd claimed to have
lei-n nt the cemetery watering the
owcrs on his wife's grave, nnd
urther Muted that nt thu tlmo men
tioned ho left no one 'In the houso
but his sick child. '
He dented being able to spcnlc
Kngllsk, but police evidence showed
that ho understood Ungllsh quite
well anil could nlsn spe.ik cnodgh to
make himself unduistood when nee
cjsnty, nnd the Judge bad very Ut
ile hesitation in coining to the
Chnillc Chllllngworth represented
the defoin-o. x
The iase Is to be uppealed, but
Apu.i Is In custody meantime.
BLIND PIGS WILL
SOON tOO IRE
License Inspector Say3
Natives Are Scared To
That lecrnt protctutlon for sell
lug liquor In unlicensed hours nnd
without license Is having 11 bcncIlcJiU,
t-ncct wns shown tins morning when
Inspector Kennell In con'icisnttun
said to a II 11 I I e 1 1 n reporter:
"There Is no doubt about It that
these prosecutions nre hnvltig a good
effect, Throughout the Kanaka the
Japanese and other districts where
wo have known that there wns a lot
of liquor being Mild without license
wo find thnt (he Inhabitants of these
districts nre becoming moro and
111010 afraid every day. Ilequests
for liquor made at piemlses which
were well known to bo blind pigs uro
now met with the roply of 'No. No
nunc. W,u are stared to laku
hiinday Is now pructlcilly free
from ariests fiom drunkenness, nnd
this nil tends to show the beneficial
effects which nio being enacted by
tho new regulation.
' WOMAN RESPITE
Acting upon a request of Tsuno Ta
keotu. who bus Just filed suit for ill
vorco against Klkuzo Takeoka, J.ludgc
Iloblnson has Just Issued an order for
tbo husband to stay away finni her
"nui 1110 sun is neciueu.
'' Tsuno ulleges Inhuman cruelty nnd
failure to provldo lit her complaint
mid Itemizes enough examples of both
to divorce 11 whole community, Klku
70 has 11 habit, according to tho papers
tiled In thu suit, of going out with boon
compuiilons and loading up 11 full car
go o( sake. Then ho luturns home,
while gloriously drunk, und throws
kitchen utensils at Tsuno mid when
sober usks her for moro money to gei
At one tlnju, so runs tho story, he
threw a largo linwl at her. hitting hei
In thu shoulder und knocking hei
down mid then kicked and beat her
Hu Is said to bo un Inveterate gamh
lur, making his wlfu support him urn'
supply him with funds.
President Mott-Smtth of tho Hoard
of Health wns left lonely ami de
serted this moinliig, ns nil his as
sistants, or nearly all, were sub
poenaed nt wltncssea In the enso of
their inutpnl friend, Dr. Atcherley,
about whoru'iuentnl condition tho
Teiilliiry Is worrjlm? Itself. The 1'iesl
dent s.it alone III solemn grandeur-
Mr, und Mis. I. II. Chunce, who nr
lived on Ihu C.-A. kt'eumer Mnruina
hnvo leglstered sit tin-Young hntql nnd
Intend luMnis In the vnlciuo ulp Liter
In Breezy Letter To The
Supervisors Tells Of
While some of the Supervisors
nnd others were scratching their
, hcmls 11ml wondoilng whnt "In the
I dickens" Major Tern wns doing on
i,, trip around the Island recently.
the clt)'s chief executive wns "saw-
J ng wood" nnd snlng nolhltig. In
'other woids he wns m.iklug n careful
inspection of county work being
pur-'doiio on roads, their condition, nnd
the sjstem In vogue. In the follow-
Ing letter he delalls the results of
hls'trlp to the City fathers.
"Thinking that perhaps It might
he of Interest to )ou, I mil giving
vou n brief report of (oiidltlons us I
found them on my trip mound the
Island Inst week.
"Starting nt Knneoho I found the
road overseer Just completing the
macadam 'road nt the Kiintobc
bridge, nlso working 011 the Ilaclu
syphon as well ns' some nlhcr work
preparatory to continuing the, lay
ing of rock on the belt road. At
the Wulkiinc bridge work wus de
layed on account of high water, but
liie foreman Informed me that the
bridge woufd bo iKcn for truffle the
following dny nnd the concrete I
11 pi on would bo finished without de
lay ns soon us tho water went down
All along the line tn.IInuulii men
were repairing tho ro.nl und filling
holes with grnvel, I found the 'Ku-
Itfnnul lleach road In n dnngcrous
state. At high tldo the freshet wa
ter had carried tint Mind nut to sen.
leaving n large hole through which
one of my horses wus compelled to
swim, thu wntcr going over the body
of tho buggy.
"I recommend that that work be
lined up ns quickly as possible so
that Its completion may be effected
before the heavy winter rains set
In. At Kuhiiku the coral road will
bo finished in about ten dnvs. A.
A. Wilson bus commenced work on
tho I'upuken Homestead road, nnd
that work seems to be going ahead
nicely. Without doubt tho Hoard
acted wisely in putting Mr. Wilson
In chnigo of that work on n per
centage basis, As he has everything
there to work with, ho Is In a superloi
position to complete the Job in n
short time. At Wulnlua the crusher
wns out of commission, some of the
partJ -linvlni; been sent to Honolulu
for icpulr. Tho roller also seems to
be badly In neeil of icpnlr. It keeps
one man busy shoveling 10.1I, nnd
then It will only run about fifty
vnrds without stopping to get up
stemn again. Notwithstanding these
difficulties, (he Work Is progressing
ilcely. In tho Kwu dlstncl Iho work
Is on the rpud toward Wnlalua mid
gelling along nltely. The laborets
Thing the lino scorn to be sal lulled
with a few cxt options, nnd I think
thu outside work is In good condi
tion." F-or Rent"
cards on ule a
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forevet
DR. T. FELIX GOl'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OX MAGICAL BEADTIFIEK
trecklM, Jlntb 1 aiclie.
on tittj pirn ii
in bcitulf ndilo
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nr l ftUK T(I
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Uttf It 14 tMtur
13 tfcttj mnlt
Am tpt flQWrtlttler
Mt vt Unillv
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ton i j'Attfiit
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wlU U th
IlimrnHtl'n rrrnni'M tn i-t btrmnii m i'w
tklu prf parvtuiii t Ml tr 'l tniipif I nf
Uwdtiitftkriialba UtlitJ btisL'rii Mid Eim
flBXT. HO-PUKS, Ftc, 3 Ci ul J.nu S'fttt. It T-
This means O.K. and applies to
By the way. we've something
new In this line a distinct Im
provement the best and)
cheapest. You'll agree with us
'when you see It Call, write or
telephone, and we're at your
service; or send for Catalog 802
Office Supply Co.,
931 Fort St
TIME IS MONEY in
the Kitchen. Wo
fuel cooks so well as
GAS, nor so quicKly,
and the 'cost of (he
meal preparation is
less than when any
other fuel is used,
Experience of those
who burn GAS proves
ALEXANDER YOUNfJ BLDG.
Q0LF LINKS nre all that a RoKcr
could wish for, and the road down it
excellent. Spend your vacation
CLIFFORD K. KIMBALL. ManaRcr.
FONDLES AND FLANNELS
Our method of cleaning Ponces
and Flannels insures their return in
1. Abade, Trop.
In the city because
tluy are made from
cream. The soda,
water Is properly
charged and well
flavored from fruit
juices. Our soda
water has the call
among people who
know the good from
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Streets.
Boston Baked Beans,
Boston Brown Bread,
Leave orders a day ahead.
28 loaves of bread for $1.00,
U29 Fort St, Phone 1D7.
Territorial Board of
Office 403 Stannewald Bide
Still in business at the same old
Edward Everett Hale
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Younu Bldg. . j