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- i:vr.NtNO iiiii.u:tix, Honolulu, t. h Monday, ogt. tL.inoD.
$1 ladies' Shoes
LHilies1 Vici Kid.
Blucher Incc. in Hand
Tunifd or Welt Soles
Starting; Saturday, the 9th, at
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
?4 Indies Oxfords
Patent Kid Hand
Turned Oxford, Wood.
Cuban or Frcncli Heels
$5 Ladies' Oxfords
Fine lifiht dull Kid
Oxford, Medium high
111 - F-Jlfi 4&5J I I
Easiest in the world to clean. Uses least ice
11. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Complete outfits for the amateur or professional.
Trims, plates and supplies of all kinds guaranteed fresh.
Developing and printing a specialty,
Photo Supply Co..
Greatest Of All
We are putting out in this sale
about $5000 worth of High Grade
Shoes at Tremendous Reduc
tions, as we have a large ship
merit due very soon, and -we
have to make room for them.
This Sale includes such cele
brated makes as SORQSIS and
WALK-OVERS. No better
Shoes in the world for the money.
Sorosis Canvas Oxfords and
In most all colors, regular Ci AC
$4 and $5 grade, at " - f'"
Fort, below Hotel,
( Continued from Pact 1)
li couiihcl (ii In lug before ou other
witnesses In their behalf If they
mo indicted by )ou, they wrrT ho
glin full opportunity for Mich dc
fi'iibc as the) ma) h tvu In tho prop
er plate, namely, Jn open lourt anil
ueiore iiiu nun juij.
'Thu Dlatiltt Atloine. In pur
suamo of hla official ihtl), lin had
borne special qi linen unilcr investiga
tion anil will bring heforo jou ev
iilence concerning them.
"FlrBt, they nre tho related crimes
of blgani), unlawful cohnhltatlon,
harhoilng alien women after they
nro In this country tor that purpose,
anil coiiHplrac) of two 01 more per
tons to violatu tho laws of tho United
Stales b) causing any of tho above
acts, Tho leason that these crltma
colne under tho Juilsdlctlon of a
Tederal (Jrand Jui) me, as far as
bigamy and unlawful cohabitation
arc concerned, because this Is a Tcr
r It oi j and subjeit not onl) to tho
laws of 'Hawaii but to thoso of tho
United States In tho matter of lin-
poitlng and huiboilng alien women,
tho Hdcral Clriunl JurlCH and courts
not only hoi a hut In the States hao
Jurisdiction because It Is a crime
against tlnt-lmmlgratlon laws. All
llu'ho crimes still." dliectl) at tho
banctlt) and purity of thu homo mill
persons lnlutlng tho Tcdeial laws
on this subject should be ptosecuted,
itml. If found K11IU5, punished,
j whether thc aie yt tho Anglo-Saxon
1 01 of alien inces. Tho fact that thp
'ideas on these subjects cuteitnlncd
In tho countries fiom s lilch accused
I poisons tome, aro different fiom
i thoso of Anglo Saxon people U no
no excuse for the uolntlon of out
laws Such foielgn pioplc tome t'o
this count 1 y on theli own fiee will
j nuil must obey tho law a or he pun
"Another lIiish of cases which will
piobuhly ho brought to jour atten
tion Involves also tin; Idea of tho
jpioteitlon of our homes and child
ren, uaniel, the dimes of sending
olisinin 111 UK 1 thioiigh the nulls
mid lmliig ob'i"cne matter In poa-
?i and $5 Men's
Men's Patent Colt
Kid Lace and Button
Shoes, in good, wide
$4 and $5 Men'i
, Men's Pat. Kid Lace
and Button Shoes, on
taevnewJJrop Toe Mil
(4 Men's Oxfords
In Patent Leathers,
Tan, Russia Calf and
hcsslon with tho Intent to cxposo It
Tor sale, Theruls no moro insidious,
dangerous and1 dcsplcnhlo practice
than that of pmtdcrlng to the pcr
crtcd tastes of some or many un
fortunate mcinbcis of our society
wlio revel ln obscenity and, still
worse, attempting to pcivcrt tho
joutli of this country b" placing ob
scene matter wlihln they reach. All
orlciises of this hind mentioned thus
far seem to no worthy of oven more
attention than ,ci Iius'o of the highest
Another class of cases ou must
pruhahl) consider Is violation if tjic
laws mado noccssnr) by tho postofflco
serIce, These ti lines aro forgery-
of iiionej orders and embezzlement of
mone order funds of the United
"Closely allied to these nro viola
tions of tho lows made necessary in
ordej to collect revenues. It Is Im
possible for tho government to pen
form Its functions without the ncc
isburj funds. Tho obtaining'1 of
them funds Is piovldcd for by. vari
ous ic venue laws. You will ho call
ed upon to consider violations of
these laws b) tho illicit manufacf
tine of liquor and by the offering of
cigars for sale in a mnnncr con
trol) to the. law.
M Vim r nltpiitlon will be called also
to lnfilngement of laws uecessara
for tho piotcctlon of tho public
piopcrty mid of tho lives of those
who are obliged to travel on tfthe
high seas. Theso cases will 'be for
laiciii) or stealing of tho property
or tin United States and fin alleged
inauslaughtei becnimc of f a death
caused by tho negljgenco of the cap
tain of a essel cairjlng passen&eia.
' One othci crime which )ou will
be iislixl td Investigate is the alleged
Impersonation' of u United StrttCs.of
liter with Intent to defraud. Tho
peoplo of all chlllzeil nations find It
necessary foi tho public safet) and
to can) out the laws, that theie
should bo a suftlclent nunibei et
pulilh o.'llclals with di'tlnlte duties
and pimcis, All law-abiding people
mo lequlrod to obey these oiflccrs
when acting within their official
pnuii l'or that icason one of tho
eislest mothnds of defi muling tho
publli would ho h) piolendlng to bo
nn nflliei who has the right to col
liil fuilils 01 icreUo puiieity. To
looted Inn-ahldlug people fiom
Automobiles for. Honolulu Fart of
Cargo Japanese Ovation for
Buddhist Children Assembled
, on Dock McCandless Back,
Moro automobiles will bo added to
tho already largo number now circu
lating 011 Honolulu thoroughfares The
Pacific Mail liner Mongolia brought u
number of now machines In her cargo
or about 800 tons, which arrived this
morning. " '
The big vessel had n rather (movent
lul trip down from tho conBt. 8I10
covered tho distance between San
Frnliclsco and Honolulu In regulation
Itmo and experienced fair wonthcr
most or tho way. On Wednesday tho
easel passed a two-masted, singlo-run-nel
Bteamcr whllo In I-nt. 30.11 north
Long. 12C0G west. A four-masted
schooner painted black was also
passed tho samo day,
Tho following day a four master ship
staining north was" met with In Uit.
3317 north and I-ong. 130 07 west. Two
four-masted schooners, hull down,
were also passed on tho port beam on
, A mainland mall, amounting to 391
sacks, arrived by tho Mongolia. Tho
vessel was sighted early this morn
ing and her soventy or moro Honolulu
passengers wcro filing down tho gang
plank by 10 o'clock. Hon. T. .1.
O'Brien, American AnilmsVador to Ja
pan, returning to station, was ono of
tho most prominent passengers on
Hundreds of Japanese thronged tho
Hackfcld wharf awaiting tho arrival or
oncho Otanl, peer of Japan and ono
or tho highest officials In tho Diuldhlst
church In tho real ot the Mikado. Ills
appearance was tho signal for enthus
iastic bantals and other outward form ,
incre aro many Kamaainas on ooaru
tho Mongolia. Tho vessel carried a
largo through list ot passengers des
tined tor tho Japanese ports and
Ebanghnl and Hongkong.
Among the passengers to Yokohama
aro Dr. C. S. Haxeltlno and Colonel K.
M. Knox. Mrs. I. Snxo and Mrs. K. D.
Anchelm, wives or oriental merchants
being passengers on the Mongolia.
T, F. Millard, a writer who has mado
a study or tho situation In tho Far
East, will traVel on tho Mongolia as
far as Shanghai.
J)f. Francis Harden has been trans
ferred from the Newrt to tho Mon
golia as ship's surgeon, and Dr. lller
onjmus, tho Mongolia's surgeon, has
been assigned to tho Now port.
Tho usual quota of (missionaries for
various' stations In Japan apd China
are aboard the vessel. Tho vessel has
shipments of hay, fertilizer and In j
transit thcro aro cotton and canned
goods for Japan anil general freight
for Oriental ports.
' In tho Mongolia's spcclo tanks over
2,G00,000 Is being slipped for Japan
and othor parts of tho Kast.
Tho Mongolia Is scheduled to sail
for Yokohama at 5 o'clock this oven
Ing. Sho will carry 22 passengers
from this port.
S. n. Lucas, expert optician, in tho
Masonic building, corner Hotel and
Alakca, makes a specialty of fitting
C)os proporly. Correct lenses gUon.
When jou accd glasses call and sco
fraud, as much as to conscrvo that
confidence In tho government and
its officers, which Is Indispensable to
successful government control, It be
comes neccssnry to punish promptly
and thoroughly all persons dotocted
1n attempting to dofrnud by Imper
sonating public officials.
'.'Any attempt to Influence our
action or decision upon matters
perilling before you, by a communica
tion In writing to any one or you In
relation, tb buch amtters, without
the consent of the court, should bo
punishable, and. If such nttempt
(should ho mado It will ho )our ilutj
to Immedlatel) Inform tho court.
"Yotf have authority to summon
as witnesses In Buch cases as you
may deslro to Investigate any person
wtlhln the Jurisdiction ot this court,
"The District Attorney nnd his as
sistant will be ready at all times to
assist )ou In )our Investgntlons nnd
to inform )ou as to tho law. They
will 'call and exnmlno witnesses to
aid )ou in )our work, nnd ou may
call mid exnmlno witnesses when you
so desire; but neither the District
Attoijie) nor nny other person mny
bo picsent at jour deliberations or
when )ou vote. '
"At least sixteen ot joilr members
should he present iSvheneter ou nro
engaged Iirjour work or must abso
lutely ho present when )ouvote, and
a nngiecment ot nt least twelve Is
necessary to tho finding of an In
dictment. "Your foreman will have authorit)
t'o administer oatis.
"You will hr at libert) at oil times
to nppl) to the court for further In
structions, mid the court may at any
tlmo oluntnrlly Instruct jou on any
point of law U ho deems it wlso or
"I appoint Mr, Konnan Watklns to
bo )oui foreman. You will soleet
)om set 11 tar) ft mil nniong join
We cordially invite you to attend'
Visit our store. You will be both
surprised and delighted at the
elegance and eclusiveness of the
That are now on exhibition
We have no duplicates. Every
article and dress length will be
unique in itself.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suit for $20.
M. A. Chinst ds Co.
F0BT AND KINO STREETS.
Famous New York District
Attorney Leaves The Ring
NKW YOItK, Oct. 9. William Trnvcrs Jeiome will not stnnil fori
re-election to the illstilet nttoinejhlilp A stoit tlmo ago thu district at I
torney announced that he would ngalnbo u-cnnillilate, nnd his fi lends
were preparing to make a stiong tampalg in his finor Today, without
warning, Jerome withdrew his candidacy and rctlicd from tho lino
Jerome's retirement makes considerable chnngo in tho political sit
uation as far as tho district attornejshlp is concerned Though the
"rnlding- magistrate" has mado many'onciulcs during hln service as
chief pioseeutlng offlcor of tho Count) of .New York, ho has also at
tnihi'd In himself 11 gient follow Inj; h) nawin of hh fcailcss nml fre
(li.entl) hpeclnculai attii'Us on lco.
" For Sale by The
THE BANK OF HAWAII. LTD.
For home entertainment.
BER0STR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.