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IJVKN'INO mjM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. 1!., WKDNE3DAY, 'AUG. 11, 190D
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HIS WIFE, DAUGHTER AND ACCUSED MAN
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HARD AT WORK
SEVERAL CREWS READY;
OARSMEN SHOW FORM.
TSl'.i I" Hi. tiuni nuthmliles face a dlfflcult t.isk In obtaining nn unbiased Jury to try
lli Willi 1111 It Miili 1 nnil Mm l.ui'v O Sutler, wlm 1110 lielil here, tlio woman us accessory ami tho man as
primlihil in tin Ml l"K f M.'iiKor .1 II Siolur, husband of Mib. Sajler. Tlio entile community Is wi ought
11 i otei i li. 11. , ml 111 in ilneiit, of ImioIiIiir liave liven maile. The Sheila would lint. allow Mrs. Say
ler t iitii'inl hei liu-bindi funei.il r.ir fe.u n rfiu thcr iiromlng public sentiment against her. lloth Miller
uml Mm. Sin lei imi'ciiil Hint Hie shunting win done 111 self ilefcnse, declaring that when Sayler came homo
ninl found Mlllei tliuio he wired a luifhet ami attncUeil the phlclnn. R11I1I11 S.iler. the )o"B ilaiiKh
ter 11 fthe alulu mm, In Hie iniwt Imnoilunt wlliiess lit the tilal. She, It is belleveil, Knows more about tho
iiBHoelutloiw of r Miller ami Mia 3 ilor than nnj one else. It h.m been learneil slneo tho traRcdy that
Salcr iilnnncil to tuko Io.IkIiikh In a IiimhIIiir boiifo near his home, ninl fiom papers found In a private box
In his bank It Is believed he Knew that a erlxls In his domestic affairs win rinse at hand.
FORTUNE FOR STRAY CATS.
Dublin Woman Leaves EitJtc for Pro-
tectlai of Tellre Race.
Dublin, .Inly 17. The sum of $'J1.
"SO .was lert for tho lieiiom of cits
by tho laie Miss Alice Mnr Sllte,
vIkwu will has Just been pio.ed. Mlts
Swlfle, Mho lled 111 Dub'lu left 2
000 to tho Dublin Homo for Starving
nnil Korsaken Cuts nnd $350 to U10 In
Kpcelornenuril of tlio Uoyul Irlth
Conslabul.iry in inovldo nn Income
for the p- nit ill of $in each to ier
Eons who fh ill Hiicco.iaful'y piot.ci'im
for i"iii'lt 11 fin Pl"i' 'ilso ft
legucles ut J2C.I to varloiin other cau
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Tfi Stearns' Electric I A
PjT RATand ROACH Paste J
Will Race Senior, Junior, Frehman
and Pair-Oar Crews Regatta
Day Promises to Be One Big1
Time of Racing. I
Thine nio Rrc.it doliiRs down on
the water fiont eery cvenliiK now-
n-ilays when the Senior, Junior and
boats for 11 spin.
The Myrtlo boat club members nrc
ery earnest In their work, nnd be
sides training every afternoon, have
1 aces amoiiR themselves. When Itc
Kattn Day conies It will be found that
totcml polished crews will be ready
to man the racltiR craft on behalf
of their respective clubs.
Lust week there weic four races
over the Spar Ituoy course, ami 01
these tho Seniors won two nnd tho
Freshmen the balance. All the
trials were very close thtnRs, and no
more than half a boat leiifith separ
ated the crews' nt the finish.
The Kreslunen are showing excel
lent form, and 11 slight tendency
they hail nt first to roll when recov
ering fiom the stiolte hns been elimi
nated. Tho Seniors In their last rare
against the Freshmen nialntninod a
steady 3G to the mlnuto stroke, and
in their final spuit for tho winning
03t worked up to 10 for a while.
They hnvo Improved wonderfully,
and now use n rrlsp, clean stroke
that carries tho shell along In flue
stylo; their recovery Is also good,
and, tnklng the ciew as a whole,
they are doing as good work as has
been seen on the liaibur for many a
On Uegnttn Day the Myrtles will
turn out crews to compete in the
Senior, Kreslimnn, .Itinlon and Pair
Oar races. The Myrtles are taking
up rowing with a vim nnd go, which
piomlscs well for tho future of tho
most healthy sport of all.
It Is to be hoped that the other
clubs In the city will put out crews
that will make up a good day's row
ing on September 18. The 'Varsity
Club Is expected to boat a crew, and
as the Myrtles nre ready to lake
them on over any distance, it Is to
be hoped that the race will eventu
The Myrtles have a number of men
trying out for the different craws,
nnd nt present the boats nre manned
as follows: Scnlois V. Ilrown,
II. Williams, C. PndoKIn, D. Center.
II. Chllllngworth, P. Schmidt. J.
O'llrlen, Juniors Mlko Center,
Jnck O'llrlen, I,. Kerr, A. Myhre, P.
SCIeglcr, C." Davis. Freshmen
Marks, l.aihl, ailllland. Stillmnn,
Glrdler, Grace, McDougall, Hell, Mc
Caulcy, McKenzle, Shlpa, (ionium,
Halley, II. Chllllngworth. Shell
D. Center, II. Williams, Padetdn, II.
I,lc. Senior Pair-Oar PndeUIn,
I.yle. Junior Pair-Oar Williams,
Thcie is no doubt of the quality of
tho above men, nnd ns they aic put
ting in their best efforts In training
for the different events, It will take
cry strong crews to defeat them.
Tho Mutual Telephono Company will
plnco all Its nvnllalilo conduit material 1
on Meichnnt street, preparing that
stieit for the underground wiring first.
The wIicb will be run through the con
duit by the means of poles, now on
their wuy from tho mainland.
1Sr tentorial rooini H5fl bu'
nets office, These are the telephone
mimheft o ti BullMln offlr
Atk your druggltt for tha genuine and tie that the name 1.1. Kearniy It on tvtry pickigt.
Ready mixed for use. More reliable and easier to use than powders. Druggists will
refund your money if it fails to exterroioate coekroacbes.-watiirbugs, rats, mice, etc.
2 oi box 2S, 16 ot. box S1.00. Al drusBkU or iprM prepaid.
STEARNS ELECTRIC PASTE CO., CHICAGO, ILL,
The Honolulu Christian Science
Society will hold sei vices In Frnter
nlty hall, Odd Fellows' building, on
and uftcr Sunday, August IB, Morn
ing seivlrc on Sumliiy at 11 o'llock,
and eilnessdny evenings 11 1 8
o'clock The rending loom Is open
dally except holidays In the samo
I all fiom 10;,10 a. 111. to 12:30 p. m.
All nio welcomo to both services and
leading looms. 4385-Gt
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Use, do not abuse. Neither abstinence nor
excess renders men happy. Voltaire
The Rev William A. Wasson. a
clergyman of the Episcopal Church, has
written an article entitled "Prohibition,
the Obstacle to Real Reform" which
was published in the August PEAR
SON'S MAGAZINE. Mr. Wasson
thinks it a clergyman's duty to speak
openly against any system which he be
lieves to be a source of immorality and
crime. Some folks say it doesn't "look
right" to be against prohibition. Mr
Wasson believes that no consideration
of mere expediency should deter a cler
gyman from doing his duty. He points
out that the object of the prohibition
law is to lessen liquor drinking and its
effect seems just the opposite. He says
that you cannot legislate virtue into
"If a majority has the right to say to a minority," he also says,
" 'You shall not drink beer,' another majority has the right to say to
another minority, 'you shall not drinVj tea.' K such a law were enacted
think what a fearful howl would go up from the camp of the W, C. T.
U. and what an unenviable job the officers of the law would have in
attempting to enforce such a law. 'What, deprive us of our right to
serve tea at our mothers' meetings and parlor sociables! Why, it's an
outrage.' Oh, but, good ladies, we, the majority, made up as you know
of the better element, have found that tea is very injurious. In fact,
it's a poison. look at the thousands of women who have gone down to
tea'topers' graves.' As a matter of fact many experienced physicians
believe that tea and coffee cause quite as much trouble in the world as
alcohol. The "temperance" people will retort 'Yes, but there's a wide
difference between beer and tea.' Of course there is, and that is just
why so many people prefer the beer !"
Mr. Wasson's article merits the at
tention of everyone who may be inter
ested in this subject. Read it in August
Keep up your health and strength
by a temperate use of the great food
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TAFT AND DIAZ TO
MEET OCTOBER 18.
Bridge Over River Between El Paso
and Juarez to be the Place
Washington, July 23. Presidents
Tnft and Diaz will meet on the bridge
over the Itlo Qrando on October 18 of
this year, according to an announce
ment made today.
This meeting on the bridge, which
connects Kl Paso, Texas, and Juarez,
Mexico, has been planned for some
tlmo as nn Incidont of Piesldent
Tnft's western trip. The date of tho
mooting was not set until today.
According to tho plans announced
today Tnft and Dlnz will bo guests ut
n banquet soned on tho bridge. Tho
tuhlo will bo placed dlrect'y on tho
International boundary lino, each
piesldent tilting in Ills owi territory.
The Industrial EditioL of the
Evening Bulletin, Tyranned
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