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nVBKINO nULLWIN, HONOLULU, T, ., WHDN'RSDAV, AUd.-l, 1009
F you wish to sec
'to the SACHS'
What does it all mean?
It means that the SACHS'
GRAND ANNUAL CLEARANCE
SALE is in progress and everybody js
getting tremendous bargains.
The whole. Sachs' stock is on sale.
It makes no difference if you want a
silk dress or a paper of needles. ' , On
anything in the store you can save
Everything is reduced.
Everything is selling.
Folio w the crowd to
185 King St
IiGVOl Ul) SoU' ack or Waianae ni coral
or rock iurnislied to fill up deprei-
YOUP IOlJ sions or bnild P terrace. t
Phone 890 P. M. POND
HIGH-CLASS PAPEB-HAKGINO. DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
i - '1
a real crowd go
!, ri4 u ",
I ,1 .1
OVER W. T. LUCAS
Host of Friends Anxious
As to Condition Of
A host of frlcilila In tills city nml
throughout Hawaii lie Krontly mii
corned to henr llinl V. T. I.ucna, tnnn
nRcr of May & Company la torhmsly
III on tho iiinlnluinl with imeuitionln.
W. T. LUCAS.
Word was rccolcd Saturday by Ilr.
Mitchell, Indicating Mr. Lucas' conill
tlon, but no later ndvlco liuiiiK been
received, It la taken ns n good Indica
tion Ito will pull through tho slego
anfely. .Mr. Lucas is oiio of Itawall's
moat prominent nml popular business
men, nnd lias been Identified with tho
Intel cats of Honolulu and tho Terri
tory for ninny years.
(Continued from Pare 1)
iluced tho ctlilcnco of tho nsaault on
the Japanoso laborer of Kwu, tho na-
K.tult on tho laborer at Wnlpahti. etc."
"Until that tlmo of courso tho jury
will disregard tho matter," said Ltglit
foot anil tho direct examination of No
goro by tho dofenso was continued.
The, omission of Shcba's tinmo from
tho questioning nnd answers' of tho
witness wcro ns ostentatiously absent
from tho records today ns it has been
logically prominent heretofore. Tho
defenvo noldcd It scrupulously nnd
after the opening remarks, although it
wns referred to by inmtendos fre
quently, it was not.onco mentioned.
Tho connection between tho ilono
Mil Hand Alca Higher Wagu Asaoclu
lions wus dwelt upon nnd finally tho
testimony drifted around In tho not
it Wutpnlnt on tho 8lh of Juno.
It appeared that Llghtfoot was pur
posely taking up llmu to delay tho
cross examination, for It Is ory cer
tain that Hilda's niunu will bo given
nioro promlneuco when Kltinoy nsks
tho questions, Finney finally entered
u blanket objection to tho lino that
Llghtfoot was pursuing nnd then
again afterwards, when Llghtfoot con
tinued It after thn objection had been
sustained. Kinney claimed that tho
opposing couupcl would soon bo rim
nlng tho t'niirt If ho petalated In over
riding tho court.
Wandering greatly fioni tho noisy
scenes of tho riot, tho testimony dwoll
upon tho artistic genius of Negoro,
Negoro wroto tho play that pcrsonl
lied "in n country far removed" tho
strlkq situation painted with tho
brushes of tho slrlko leaders. This
wns an Important point of tho pros
ecution, nuthoiigli Its nuthorshlp had
not been Impiessed upon tho hearers
Nognro modestly acknowledged suv
cral pilhctla scenes, but staled that
ho did 110,1 tlilnk there was anything
upproacling tragedy in It. Tho actual
words 'indeed seemed to liavo conic
from tho nctors,, Negoro hiippllng a
very definite framework to hang this
delicato artistic croation upon,
When Llghtfoot mentioned tho pa
pers that had been taken from Nego
ro'g room, Kinney entered another ob
jection and for tho first tlmo during
the trial tho argument became violent
Kinney claimed that "tho nature, the
temperament of 'this man" (meaning
Llghtfoot) "is such that ho is coutlu-
?1.100. a $1,100
I am offering you a new large
house with three bedrooms, never oc
cupied, near St. Louis School, with
iron roof, modern plumbing, nnd lot
4080 sq. feet.' right in town, for only
$1,100. Very cheap. Rare bargain.
This is $300 less than ccst..
Here is your chance,
Wttity Bldg, 74 S, King St.
uatly found on the elilo of tho unlaw.J aired Increaae In tho wage of p.til.ta
ful. Jto referred In no uncertain lan-lt'lou laborers. Mori Is regarded u un
Kiiago tu tlio "disorderly tendencies of
this IndlMdual." (Again meaning
Llghtfoot almost fiothed at tho
mouth and for live minutes there was
cry warm proceedings. Judgo Dp
Dolt finally upheld Kinney and ns It
had been decided that the papers were
n legitimate offer of the prosecution
nnd that It was not proper to deslguato
them us "stolen."
FROM HIS WOUNDS
Editor Not Allowed To
See Visitors At
Sometaro Shcbi, editor of tho Ha
waii Shlnpo, Is resting easily at tho
Queen's hospital and while ho Is not
allowed to seo visitors, the phyalclaus
state that ho is doing well and will
probably be out of the hospital in tho
course of a week.
An emphatic revulsion of feeling has
occurred among tho rcsponslblo cle
ment of tho Japanese community ns a
result of tho attempt that wns mndo
jestenlay morning to assassinate She
ba, tho editor of tho Hawaii Shlnpo
tho only Japanese newspaper in the
Territory that had the hardihood tu
oppose tho program that had been pro
pared by tho agitators connected with
tho Higher Wngo Association.
With Shobn lying wounded In the
Queen's hospital, many of the Japan-
cso who have been counted uinong the
supiiortcrs or tho Makmo program
havo come to a realization of what ex
tremes a further adhcrenco to tho.
Ideas o( Maklno and tho "Iron tint,"'
policy of tho Nlppu JIJI will lead the'm
and opinions have been expressed on
all sides that It Is tlmo for tho
pcaccablo olement of tho Japanese
public to part from tho, men whoso
teachings led lo the attempted assas
Tho physicians attending Shcbn at
tho Queen's hospital state that he will
not bo allowed to bo disturbed by vis
itors for several days and that his con
dition at tho present tlmo Is all tha'
could bo hoped for. Dr. Judd stated
this morning that It was part of tho
treatment of tho wounded editor to
keop him from discussing tho attack
upon him or tho circumstances leading
up to It. Tho editor will' bo kopt as
quiet ns pnsslhlo for several da)s
when ho will havo fully recovered
from tho nervous shock Incident to tho
determined effort that tho Higher
Wage delegato mado yesterday morn
lug to nssasslnato him.
Tho bold front that has been pie
rented by Mori, the would-bo assassin,
since Ills arrest and his unqualified as
sertion that others would suffer ho
same fata as Sheha, has led tho Jnp
nneso to a general realization of tho
dangers that accompany tho campaign
conducted by tho Higher Wngo Asso
ciation. Mori, tho would-ho assassin, has
been seen frequently In tho company
of Maklno, tho high chief of tho ng
Itutorsjfend uo of the advocates of
tho 'tati list" policy lo secure thu de-
The Alcofiql ;,
and hops a
the most healthful and beneficial of all beverages.
In Germany, Holland, Sweden, Denmark and
Austria beer is the national beverage. Nearly all
people of all aces drink it.
. r vj.,. ,' 4 Q u vi r t r ,
And all the world envies their sturdy strength.
Every doctor knows how beer benefits. If you
need mdrc strength or vitality nc will prescribe it.
And, besides its beneficial qualities, beer is the
most delightful beverage known to mankind. In
Intelligent .Inii.-uiono tmd Is ncknowl.
edged to liao dlsplaU'd ulildlng fjllli
In tho power of Makln, Negotu atU
their conferes to make tho 1'l.mtciB'
Association do their bidding.
Sheha hnsbeen In fear of personal
harm upon trie part of somo follower
of tho Higher yngo Association over
since he became recognized as nil C
poncnt of tho program of "hkher
wages at any cosL"
Told of Plot.
During tho progress of the conspir
acy trial before Judge Do Holt, in
which Sheba Is tho main witness for
tho prosecution, ho stated upon tin)
stand that ho had secured first hand
Information the day previous that Ma
klno and several others had arranged
to waylay hint while mining to t'.vtn
from his homo nt Wnlklkl. Sheba stat
ed at that tlmo had reason to fear for
his life and mentioned tho n.imo of
Mnklno specifically In referring lo tha
plan to attack him near his homo.
That any member of the Higher
Wngo Association would havo th
hardihood to attempt to assassinate
tho editor of tho Shlnpo In broad day
light and upon n crowded street was
not thought probable by tho officers
of the prosecution and accordingly It
was not thought necessary for sheba
to bo accompanied by tho bodyguard
that was considered essential to his
protection In tho first days of the labor
Mori, tho attempted murderer of
lMltor Sheha, spent a qu'ct night In
tho cell at 'tho Police-Station, and op
penrod calm and self-composed this
morning. Ho expresses no regret for
bis crime nnd, on tho other hand. Is
Just ns satisfied with his handiwork
as was yesterday when arrested.
His onlf regret seems to bo that he
did not kill Sheba outright. He still
maintains' that he alone Is implicated
in tho attempt to tako Shcba's life.
No chaign has been laid against
Mori as jet. Ho Is simply on tho
I'ollco Court blotter as for Investiga
tion, It Ib not probable that any
charge will bo laid ngalnbt him for a
row ilnys. Tho authorities wish to
seo how Sheha progresses before
Change of Feeling.
It may ho. that tho charge lo bo laid
against Mori wilt bo assault with a
deadly weapon, but that all depends
on Hhebn'M condition.
Thero is no sympathy for tho strike
crB expressed In certain quarters
whoro before Uio attempted murder,
strong sniiathy was openly expressed
with tho Japanese
It la well known that many white
men In theso Islands, who havo been
unionists nil their lives, looked upon
tho Jnpancso strike ns Justifiable, ami
considered tho strikers were qulto
right In tho way In which they adopt
ed tho same methods of picketing and
keeping tub on any probable dosertcrs
from tho cause, ns do haolo strikers.
Theso men hno been hearll to ex
press themselves to tho effect tliat the
Jnpancso wcro too quiet altogether,
and that If tho strike had been ono of
white men, tho whole nffnlr would
hnv been over long ago or else somo
tcrrlblo damage would have been done,
However, since tho attempted oaaas-
slnatlon of Kholm thero has been a
revulsion of feeling among tho white
sympathizers and mil unlto in saying
lhat the crlmo was a dastardly ono,
Dr. Thomas IV Wilson, formerly
editor of the Medical Advance In
Chicago, died at Montclnlr, N. J,
The effective ingredients are barley
food and a tonic. Pure beer is one of
ALL MONDAY NIGHT
8 The Island strike delegates nro j
tt still holding their secret confer- It'
tt dice In the Japanese school house tt i
on Nununii street. What they a ,
a nro doing no one, except pcrnaps,
a the omrlals of tho Nlppu JIJI and a
a tho Higher Wngo Association, a
U can tell. a
a Last Monday night the dele- a
a gates, according to tho Nlppu J I- a
U Jl, met In the Japanese school at a
a T o'clock nnd ndjoiirnod nt 3 '
a o'clock In tho morning. This a
a was tho longest meeting they a
a ever had. While thu naturo of a
a discussion, aside from tho higher a
a wage pioblcm, could not bo oh- a
a tnlncd, it Is probable Hint It had a
a something to do with the action a
a of Shcb.i, who wns stabbed Tuea- a
a day morning at about 10:30 a
a o'clock. a
a Last Monday morning, when a
a tho Bulletin man visited the a
a Japaneso school on Nuuanu a
a street, ho found that tho gate a
a hnd been closed. Tho doors of a
a tho roo inln which the delegates a
a wero discussing tho higher wage a
a problem wcro also closed. No a
a outsiders worn permitted tu get a
a within hearing distance. a
a a a a a a a a a tt a a a a a a a a
Itobcrt W. Shingle today decided
that his masculine strength wns In
capable of controlling u very brilliant
and dashing oung lally and naked to
bo discharged as the guuidlan of the
perron of Mary llcatrlco Campbell
Tho petition wns presented to Jlidgo
Iloblnson, who fully concurred and
granted tho release. Mrs. Alice Mac
farlane, sister of Mlas Campbell, was
asked to be appointed guardian of her
rcison, tho )oung lady consvntlng and
It was so ordered.
Mr. Shlnglo Is et, however, tho
guardian of her property, moro amen
able to authority, perhaps, mid asked.
and was allowed, to sell horses and
harness belonging to her.
SMOKER FOR PRIVATES.
Tomonow, Thursday, evening the
privates of the National Ounrd nf
Hawaii will Jiold the first of a series
of smokers which It Is planned to
have during tho coming year.
Music, games nnd refreshments
will bo the order of hto evening,
and a thoroughly cnjoynblo tlmo is
expected. Tho smakcr will bo held
In tho shooting gallery on Miller
street, beginning nt 7:30, It Is
hoped that there wilt be a full at
tendance of men. All privates of
tho National fluard are requested
to take this notice as n personal In
vitation to be present. If you can't
come early, come late.
Krldny evening there will bo n
smoker for non-conimisslancd offi
cers nt tho shooting gallery, begin
ning nt 7:30.
per cent, in
Has the largest
cause the Soda
Water is superior
to any in Hono-,
lulu. Have you
found as pure
and as good any
where? Benson, Smith
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Streets.
OAT & M0SSMAK.
Territorial Board of
Office 403 Staneewald Bldg.
SHEETING AND DAMASK
F. I. LAMOREATJX,
PIANO AND FIFE ORGAN
TUNING AND REPAIRING.
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TIME IS MONEY in
1 the kitchen. No
fuel cooks so well as
GAS, nor so quickly,
and the cost of the
meal preparation is
less than when any
other fuel is used,
Experience of those
who burn GAS proves
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1141 Fort Street. 1
Stamping, Embroider; ind No
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derwear. Orders taken for all kindi
of fancy work. Telephone 387. 1
A correct, complete and convenient
Shipping Paper for, the Hawaiian Is
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etc., manufactured by tho DuUotlO
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