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i ...atot -iu'aa ss1 ."H0 case and its
nearly one-quarter, do bctam ii, i ' '""V'" percent,, or
oro than on.l.lird,tcfo t,ey To Z TaZTW "' r" I' "'
We do not heMtuio to .a, SaVTtlml f al ' 7 nr flf,CC,n '
of ll.o.o precious live NeUI.er towffi !" ft maJ"rily
death, nro occasioned by tbo uso of nlrZ y. ',at m y f tl,c, ,nfanlUo
.oothlng syrup, .old Z chlUWs co?p K uTmoTi "T 'U,d
morphlnb. Thoy nro.in considerable qS Ue. da lJZT i ' 1:.r
thoy .tupefy, retard circulation and iffJS "; ." '
.... . 7r u'""l m CM" of ci,!lc In
children anJ barn found Ittho hc.t mrdlclno of In
kind on the market." J, . Situ 0( jti j, i
"AmfdlellKiotlnt,l and brncllclal for chll
ilrcn aaxourCaflnrlalailcmviatho lilt,t pri,
And It la sm tcrjh re."
J. 8. Aliiuhju, u di(
nirt tl jour Camorla on Tarlout ociulona
In Mltable caaca and to found It a l.alaulilo and
rmcUoilxall,wpwlM!jr In tlie i.rlom dtacaau
of chUdbood "
Oua. Euwinp ClinuiKcn, Jl, D ,
Ilrookljn, N. T.
Catorlal ROo,l for ebllclrcn and I frMnwllr
rtcscrlUi It, and alwara obutn tlis dttln 1 rcaull."
F. Oiiulu ItLiiTnm.M 1),
Buffalo, N. Y.
" I ha prcr rlbnl Cailoria to famlllM for remit
jpr.. Itlaallrlsbt. Jlotbcra llko It, for tbUdrcn
will lake It without an trouble."
C. A. Wiuo. M. T ,
8t. Loala, llo.
Tonr Caelotla la a rplmdl 1 remedj for children,
kaown tho world over, I una It In my radio at,d
hate l o holtanrj In nroramcndlcj It for tho com.
I'laloU of Infanta and children."
J. A. BouutiK, M. D ,
Kanaaa City, Mo.
Children Cry for Fletcher.' Castoria.
In Use For Over
MR. LAWRENCE H KENT, Embalmer and Funeral Director, ar
?.from, 0Wftnd- Cal-. nd he is now employed by M. E.
5ILVA. Mr. Kent is an experienced man in this line of
business, nnd as a practical embalmer has had 10 years' ex
perience. Mr. I. H. Kent and Mr. M. E. Silva are now prepared to
receive all business entrusted to our care. Mrs. Kent is also a lady un
dertaker and will care for the female cases, which is most needed in
cur community. She will arrive here within six weeks' time.
M. E. Silva's Undertaking Establishment
110n Vnrt St TJ1 ion .,... .. ....
iurm uau iui4.
1120 Fort St.
To get the best out of life one
mast keep the body and mind in
good condition at all times. fyr
good health and good cheer there
is nothing to equal
LABOR UNIONS AND
RELATION TO CONSPIRACY.
Goes Over Riot Case and Scoville'a
Testimony Close of Morning
Address to Conspiracy Jury.
Tho Llghtfoot Rpoech to the consplr
do with It, "lien thuy woro In Hono
lulu and Client wan In liwn. IX) J oil
eiippoBo that theso four men koI their
lioncla together, even with tho "ghosts
unknown to tho dltl.ttlt" and said:
'Now look boro, lit tl Mo up' Ollclil,
v,o will pond nut three men thero, tho
three men nnutt fimasli him, and he
tllll tlirnw it tiiltlli tit unit i.r ItiAit,
then wo will havo him bound, or c
will 'ilo h'lm tip' any way."
Do you think tlicro was nnthliiR of
Wax It n part of nny plan of thin
nlleced consiilracj ? Could It lime
Wo hao nothing moro to do wmi
tho assault on Ollclil than we bac to
nc' Jury continues from tho portion do to thjs mo III jhe N'
published In Krlday's Issue ns follows: 1KC2tteWcn' ,hclfo U oMqH no word
Some poonlo hao different onlnlonn of le,,n,?ny c0""'""? "' ''efend-
nliout the ndiRablllty of labor unions.
Homo people Hay that they nren't n
Mod thlnit. tho body tmlitlr. but I
think It Is the Kencrnl consensus of
opinion (hat labor unions are a bless
Iiib to tbu labor men, laboring men,
mr wero It not for Inbor unions, can-
llnl would beconio so nrmennt Hint
they would coutlnuo with their enor
mous profits, ;en two per cent, n
month; nt on ono plantation on this
inland, threo and n half per cent, per
month, and would keen tho notir slaxo
of n laborer down. Nothing Illegal In
n labor union! Hut let It bo a labor
union, let It bo a labor union ccn
though Illegal, oven with nn Illegal ob
ants with1 the assault on Clllchl, or ariy
of them, nnd we all hao enough to
bo rcyuumilblo for. goodness onlv
knows, and goodness, many of us don't
umo iu iippi'tu in h court ui justice
to answer for our deeds, but wo all
lmo enough, wo all haNn enouch sins
of omission nnd sins of commission,
for which tho christians tell us we
shall havo,to answer for one of theso
days. Hut don't lit us bear tho other
Tellowjii burden, don't let us bo con
vlcfeifof'n'c'iinio with which wo hall
no mora to do than that little toddling
child. Gentlemen of the Jury, If there
was nny evidence of a conspiracy nnd
nny evidence of the connection of the
ii'ingii niegai, oven wmi nn Illegal ou- ' ; "' " - -"-"" "'
Ject or to bo brought about b' Illegal rlot nl Walpaliu with the Honolulu
mean. Has It an thing to do with tho
other defendants: If Mr. Negoin did
nn unlawful act If bo ndwKite.l mi
unlawful Institution, ns foi Instance,
the estnbl'shmcnt of an inslltutiii in it
would woik on tbu lines of ainrrliy
then be Is liable but tho other defend
ants nren't liable for cont.plrm.v me
they, nren't Hilda for coniplrar) with
him. nro the) ? If bo did If l.o wrolo
this iilnn for a labor union In plume
iincp nf n conspiracy then his c(iib
fendnntH nro liable with him. nk If It
Is his own work, on en If It wo bad.
I say, tho other defendants niint r
spoiiHlble, becnuso tbcro Is nbudutcly
no showing Hint that was In pi isuanco
of nny conspiracy formed.
Tho prosecution began, cau,'.ht the
strike by tho wrong end. They suy,
"Theso country higher w?si asso
ciations were branches of l!iu lleno
lulu They were? Do jou know
they were? They say tho NIIM'U Jljr
was tho orgnn of the Higher Wago as
sociation. Tho proof shows that th'oy
weio not. And )ou know that It was
not! And jou know that It was not!
And they say tills plan which was
seized from Sir. Negoro's room Is the
plan, tho foundation of the Honolulu
Higher Wage association. It wasnt
mo thing of tho sort! It was n II
was rough Ideas as .Mr. Necoro himself
testifies, of n labor organization which
wo call a labor union which ho pro
poses to start.
And so ngaln. theso facts uuon which
they rely in establishing n conspiracy,
nbsolutely rails to the giuund.
Now tho nasault on Clllchl. I belteu
It not Improper to say, for pio to ay,
but tho court will stop mo If It Is
there It on this calendar, ready for
trial at tho Huptoniber term of this
court, an Indictment ngulust three In
dhldiialH I-don't know their names,
eharged with tho assault on Ollclil.
Thoso men InTto to come up hero und
fnco you gentlemen on thnt cliargo,
either jou or our confreres In tho
Jury box. They will Ikj brought up
heru nnd tho proi edition will nut In
lis uldenco and they will ho permit
ted to defend themselves, and then
ou gentlemen will say, or those who
hit In jour seats, say whether tlmv
mo guilty or whether they nro Inno
Now I feel that I hmo repented, un
til you must ho sick of bonrlng It,
(but that has nothing to do with this
caso. If tho assault on Clllchl was lij
puiHuanco of any consnlnicv en'tnrnri
Into by these defendants, and othcis,
then that is a fact 'which jou may
consider. Hut have they nnj thine to
filehnr wni-n nRRfilnflnn An,l n'hv ml.
denco that these three men went nnd
committed this crime In pursuance of
lliKtrnotlnriH whtrli llu.v hnil r-nlfn.t
from tho Walpahil higher Wago asso-
unuun, ineii, men it nilgai nave some
bearing In this case, but until that Is
(lion n I submit gentlemen of tho Jury,
thnt, assault on Ollclil has absolutely
nothing to do with this Mfe. Is It to
bo bnld for a moment that becnusn
theso four gentlcmin, who have, ns
far ns appears In this case, of good
reputation In this community, should
ndocato higher wages that they nro
responsible for every assault that
takes placo In tho Territory of Ha
waii? Why good HeaveiiBi it would
bo Infnmous to hold these mon respon
sible for any such thing.
And tho court, as I havo said, will
specially Instruct sou that vou mat
believe that an assault was committed
upon Ollclil, and jet, unless jou fur
ther believe that the hanio was com
mltted In pursuance of n conspiracy,
that jou cannot on that account, on
account of tha assault convict theso
men of conspiracy.
Now tho next thing they served us
up. Is tho riot nt Walpahu. That was
u "bird" of n riot, that wus! Wo went
through a very long case and wero
roundly berated for If, Ii can nssilre
you, tho riot at Walpahu, thoso that
read tho papers nil know- that It was
a dead, open and shut caso for the
prosecution, nut It Wasn't anything
of tho kind. No gentlemen, It wasn't
nnj thing of tho kind.
Now gentlemen of tho urj1, with
rcgaid to tho riot, Mr. Scovlllo comes
on, and it Is Just an Illustration of
tho testimony that Is ghon, for tho
pibsccutlon In this caso, he testified
thero was n shower' of HtlekB and
stones, a shower of stones. Now what
Idea does that convey to yjiir mind,
gentlemen, thnt there wiit at least n
thousand. "What did y.u liFeim- ,lnu
Ho mean, a' stone and u stl.-k II vim;
through tho nlr In ill dl.-'cl'i n? net
when ho Is 'pinned right down, thero
were two stones mid a s!m I; t .1 nibi
If they over oxlstcl
I can't icslst telbu jmu a m )i that
I told to tho Jury in :bo lint rasn tn
Thero was a Scotch minister who
hud gut n now church, nnd ho prenrbed
his sermon, and after tho sermon ho
went to n dencou, or clerical officer,
iih It fs called In Scotland, anil 'ho said:
"Wool Sandy, my man. what did
jou think of the seimon?"
Sandy said, "It was n goodlsh kind
of a sermon, It woh a good sermon,
" . i ' i -
fgr-?f K C3V.
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but It was sot ot exaggerated, meaning
"Oll,f' said Bandy
"Oh," Bild tho minister, "Now Snn
da)', after this If yoil think thnt I am
exaggerating at all, jou 'nhlsslM'
(Counsel whistles )
So thn agreement was made. Now
the' followltlK Sunday the good man
preached tho sermon about Snnisnn
t) lug together two hundiod foxes' (alls
und sending them into the corii-flelds
of the rh'.llstlnes. And thu good man
couldn't understand how Samson could
or nn body else could tie together 20n
foxes tails because the tails wero not
long enough, nnd so ho ttnrted:
"Dearly I.'eloved, first of all ou may
wonder how Samson could tie together
two hliridred foxes'' tails, but jou must
understand that tho foxes in the Ilist
have, aro vastly longer, have vastly
longer 'tallr than' foxes In' Old Scot
land. Travelers in the cast tell ns
that foxes there have tails thirty to
forty jards long
(Glvcscnt to n 'whistle?)
"But there nro other travelers, dear
ly Moved, that tell us that foxes In
tho Hast have tails twenty to thirty
(Olvcs vent to a whistle)
"And'tticro Is stlll'othcrs who tell
us .that foxes In tho Kast, and In Jeru
salem anil Palestine, and tho Holy
Land, have tails 'ten to fifteen jards
"Sandy, Sandy my rnond, j-ou may
jfthlulc, nnd jou" may whlsste, and
may whlsslo till the dovll gets jou,
but I will not shorten the foxes' tails
Now that Is nbout what wo had In
tho flot trial. Isn't' that what We had
In tho riot case? 'just exactly what
we hod In the riot caso. Theso people
come here, gentlemen of tho Jury, nnd
1...1.4..' llf.J -..Vji .. , ii. - . :
iiuuiusmngiy say mere was n Bhowcr
of sticks nnd stones, nnd then when
they came down to It, It was Just tho
caso of tho Cut and thu Child, there
was two stones and ono stick. And
do you believe tlicro was any stick
or any stono? Don't beilovo nnj thing
of tho kind, nut supposo thero hnd
been a riot. Thero were thlrticn of
theso men who wero tried before
Judgo Robinson, nnd their case wan
or a mistrial was entered nnd win
transferred to His Honor, and unlcsi
the prosecution gets tired of theso
things jou gentlemen will have nn op
portunlty of really knowing whether
thero was nny riot at Walpahu or not.
Vou will bao nn opportunity o
either convicting thoso who caused
that riot or took part In It, or acquit.
You will havo an opportunity of saj--
ing mat the riot wns caused by tho
roousnnesB or n pollco ofllcor who shbt
off his pistol In the nlr ami brandished
bis gun all around, scaring tho peoplo
bo ihat they camo around nnd got
angry about It.
But has It anything to do with this
caso. If It wero shown that this had
nnj thing to do with this cfts then
we would havo gono into tho question
nnd shown you gentlemen that thero
was nbsolutely no riot there: that tho
only thing that thero was tlicro wan
tho foolish nctlon of a policeman who
for a moment lost control of himself;
that thero wns no riot riot there. Hut
ns I siy to you again. thoso.who took
part In the riot. If thero wns a riot;
nro to bo Jrlcd boforo this court and
will havo to answer nt iliiu n,.- t
Justice. .'Jon't Imagine, don't dream,
that because of that w0 also mutt bo
(mulshed for that riot, wo also must
fctnnd trial for tha't riot. If tho riot
was shown to bo In pursiianco of a
.-wit-piracy, jes, then thoso men who
iook part In tho riot. If thero wns n
rlol, If- thero were nny men taking
part In tho riot, then they nro co-con.
splrators, then wo would havo soma
of theso "ghosts" materialize
Ilul I suv to jou gentlemen of Ihn
Jurj. thero Isn't a pnrtlclo nf evidence!
in show that this alleged riot ut Wnb
panu Had anything whatover to do
with any conspiracy entered Into by
theso defendants, and "others".
(12 o clock; hero follows u reccsH
until 2 o'clock.)
( HIS MANIA.
Tjnrks "What li Hjcr
around that rural legislator?"
HJinks "He's trjlng to lobby n i,ii
11 er has tho airship craze strong."
TJarks "And what kind of it hill
la hu trjlng to lobby?"
lllnnl... .1 LIU ... . .
"J"1"" inn to compel farmers
tn spread feather beds over their
rnrnis when thoy seo nn nlrshlp do
HELPING HIM ALONG.
"Sou hero." said Illnnk tn tin. nil,.,-
eri hnmnrlut it' thn ,Hllnn ...A..i.i..
r - i ..w xmuu nL-uni,
'what do you menn by using my namo
fco ortcn In 'connection with jour Jokes
niank saja this nnd Illank mijs that,
".My dear liny." ronlleil Ihn unrii
tho funny part'. 'I do Hint bccniino It
ntlnrts altoutlon. Nearly all our
reactors know jou nnd when thoy read
thobo Jokes thej' Invariably saj : 'Well",
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