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-EVENING- MULLET IN, HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY, FED. 4, 1910.
$ The Up to
rjUIH blushing maiden who enters tho married state with all tho pomp that
1 a high social position can give her no longer wears her veil of old Inco
Imply draped. It forms a high Itusslnn toquo effect of most elaborate design
to atono for tho madonna way of arranging the hair that fashion now pro
This model was posed by one of NcweYorli's foremost dressmakers, who
makes a specialty of bridal trousseaux.
ROOSEVELT SEES I
NATIVES KILL LION
Seventy Naked Negroes Armed Onlj
With Spears Slay a King oi
Beasts Kermit Roosevelt Makes
NAIROBI, British East Africa, Dec
11. A long stream of porters cami
winding across tho veldt toward thi
station at Nairobi, looking for all th
world llko a string of ants. A natlvi
giant carried tho Stara nnd Stripe
and tho souna of homo rasdo Strang
discords with tho chanting of th
wclnl and elnalvo safari song. Short
Col. Roosevelt arrived on Iho back '
his favorlto horso, Tranquility. It w.
tho end f his last trip In tho Ilrlth
East African Protectorate.
This fafarl, tho fourth out of JT
robl, gave Col. Rovuvclt end H p.t
n opportunity to see n ' . r Jloc
farm at Slrgol, In fia CJinsn vs;u,
country, tho spearing of a lion I
Nandl warriors. .
Soveuty rpartspien hfid b-.?n ask '
to tokp pntt la tho drive, and the
ncLtjtcd reidlly. for when n vnrrli
Bpoari, n Hen lie bosomaa a le.iler
tli3 flghtliig ecctlon of tn trlln a
may wear a hcil i'rcw -i i'd o' f
lion's mana and v.M!!: a. Hip head
the filo of Non H .v.j.,;oi whin na i'
inarch. In .thn-o Jiunv;1 ihry Jl'pl;" t
tranrillnary caura33. ,
Tho band of seventy 04ii:n.t mi
man, with .long nharu spen nnd
teadoij by tho chnpen epet:t-",r' '
latter being mounted, procecdej tlow
a lens valley, whero tho grass w
thick and thorn trepp lined Its edgi
Very coon a llnri vis obsrned no
more than -lOO yar's In froit, l-.nma.l
ntely the wr.rrlo-. sivo thaso u:nl I'
lc;s than t-vo m 1c. th-y liail roumle
iip the tint f.io v7ldeintzn. Tl
lioMcmen t'.i ruproaclio-1 and It wi
teen that ho Han at biy was a fr
grown b'lclMir.ncl ono. Tho epoa
men big'm their tn-jk of surroimdln
tho quarry Every man went to his
allotted porttlrm, and tho circle r.'owly
climod In on tho marling heart which
s'wltched his tall mnl kept up a contln
uall'roailng. .Tbo warrlor3 rtrov; to within ra
twonfy yardsof hlmati'lthehursemenliihir.eif apparently lndlfierout to that!
closed up to pea tho kill yet ronnlned
ut aBiiirjciont dlstnnro not tn Intorfero
with' tha Btiparsmeti's ninvcmcnts.
Threo tlinep (ho llou inailo u savage
charge at tho now stationary wanlors,
but' stopped thoit each tlmo, with
mano- bristling, roaring In Impotent
rago at h,l tormentor?. Then Jho at
tacking party advanced, to within ten
.yards of their vliytlm, Onti last dos
pcrato effort nnd ho drovo directly at
tho lino, only to fall with ten spears
quivering In his body. IJut In that
brief -moment l;a manisoJ to drag
down one pf tho natlvo his claws
sinking Into the man's flof.li.
Tho death nf the kin? of boasts
seemed (o set In flams the warrlfirB'
blood. Thoy began n danco of triumph
nrouild the body, waving their blood
stained spears, snmn of which wero
bent by the forco of the nliock, holding
(heir chlelds nbovo their Heads nnd
shouting forth mond-qnriiiins yells lu
tho excess of lliplr snvflgo Joy.
Tho Injured man was given medical
Date Bride J
$ A Simple
A EIMPLEn arrangement of the bridal
her hair fluffy la here stlown. The
lj mur uneanDDon. .v-yjjy-
altcn'.lon, and ho boro pain without n
kIii of concern. Ho who hud llrst I
hbbn,l Ills anaar throusli tho linn
jolnoj In thu daneo at tho etnrt, but i
r.nnn rolli-rt'l inmn tlwnfft nnJ nn!i!'!J
nntlca of his follows. Ho wan now a
loader of men jind miict not show that
he had douo anything uut of tits or
tllmr.v, Kermit Hobsovelt's luck' has becom'
proverbial. While Cpl. Hoosevclt was
hunting r!th' Lord Dolamere Kermit
went off with It. II. Colo and his Wan.
derobo warriors, Tho Wnhdurnbos nio
nslcpts nt killing bongo, which aro rare
nnd only, to bo fnuifii Iri toroits. In n
r.hort tlmo tho younger Iloosovelt had
tccured n line large specimen of the
femnlo bongoNand a young bongo,.
I'o white man has over before stalk
ed nnd shot a bongo. There nro only
two cases on record of n whlto man
shooting bongo with tho old of natives
nnd their dogs. So pleated wnB ono
lesldent that ho presented Kermit with
n fino specimen of Iho mala bongo, and
K) tho SmUhKonlnn Institution will
hnvo n complete family group, tho only
ono In tho world.
T BULLETIN ADS PAY "W
KT' ti? t'K ' $f"v&i'kii$'9, i?(L tssssiiSiuBisH
8MALLIT0WN0.., , I
rjJHEJtE Is no reason why tlieJco-
-opcTaUvo jjlan or living sncjumi nm
workNllko a charm in a small ftown ,or
village!, where Jl is nora o mp wem
antii and the shops do not tlford.the
conveniences of the city one.
A dozen housekeepers can rorm alco
onerntrveW:lub and have thtr meal in
a commondlnlng room. Tlie lnartaet-
Ine can op lel1 lu " j,uii. ,-
'... .-nnnitii. iho nianaslntr of
COOK1UK IU "" '..J. - -. ", ,
"STSE ' " t'.V.n .hi, Wveood .cxv-
mm pwiui-s - -- ...-.T.J ,
ico ana IOWU.V"".. -- -r -
small cost andino worry.
If tho common dining room Is unde
sirable, meals rioy be licnt around to
different houscoy "' "
the c&tcrcr. '
Laundry workrm'ay V tho specialty
of another who'i hatB cookltir. A
skilled worker -with the needle may
prefer to do the racndl Bg, and still an
other may go around cleaning house.
Perhaps one member, of tho club Is
famous for her pteswiniTl cakes and an
other Is matchlossf at jnaklng soups
nnd salads Each an do the work for
which she Is.bcst nttcd. , ,
Some motherly soul may be willing,
to have a ''ay nursery for; tho members
of her elith. and sllll another may de
light In (biding bilrgnlns.jmarkctlng or'
chopping. . .
In this way pcoplo of congenial dls
noMtlons:may hn'bandcd together wlthl
the. Idca.'of lendbig.a helplnghand nndj
making 'the dread prouicm ui
keeplngion easier one.
Try to houseful Just whero you 'are.
Manyi of us are foiid'of Imaglnlng'how
much Vo should do if our circum
stances! wcro other than th6y are.) But
that ts wasto of time. The thing to
do Is ,to do as much as you con for
others here 'and now, and so make the
most of. your opportunities. ,
Don't bo so busy prepurlng'forf soma
"vogua future umo wncn you win oe
Hiappy th.it you Jiave no time jto be
appy today. The future will soon be
ftho iircscnt, and the cliances are that
Vwhcn It does como we shall still be so
pusy planning that wo shall miss our
ichanca of happiness altogether.
Let cvfry woman bo educated to
Boiiio trade or profession. Just as her.
Ubrothcr Is, and then va shall never
bicnr onsco an unhappy old maid.
' It Is not fortuno. but ovo that are
Jjllnd. 'for with content a. little will
Satisfy tho purposes of llfor wltliout It
thousands are Insufficient
Brida! Veil $
veil for the girl who prefers to we
tulle b looped carelessly, through tl
'Tjfisxso vtrnvMs- k
HAT, a lot of
are to. do be-
iore winter comes
curtains and blankets to
wash; rugs to clean; fur
s niture, cut glass and
silverware to brighten.
It is enough to daunt
the woman who is unac
quainted with the merits
of Ivory Soap; who does
not know, that it can be
used for hundreds of pur
poses for which ordinary
soaps are unsafe and un-
994ioo Per Cent. Pure
Road Committee Is A
Tribunal For Many
Supervisor "Jim" Qulnn and his col'
iteWiM.oa.tha City a.,d County road
. comm ties hnvo .jrl thnlr nmHnl .-
-i n . , . ., .. ,.
I there was a .goodly gist of complaint?
as well as recommendations coming
from this Important branch of the city
uiiu cuuuijr uuminic.rauon ai lasi
A T petition from residents of
Koolaupok'' .charging Mr. t1iarlcs0' the. City nnl County Suioi-lsorc
llrlrtZPS Tln"rl nnn mill.
taking tiflojj 'wlilch belongs y to tho
City nnd County with paying rncirwIUi
County uionoy, for working on his own
premises, with paying quarryiucn
wages 'rer water carrying, which was
referred to tho Commltleo on Roads,
llrltlgcs, Garbage, Parks and Public
Iinjirovomcnts, 'after thoroughly lnves
tgl'utlng, same, it was found that nono
ofi tho charges nro true, that Mr.
Bridges pcrformod his woVk for the
Cflty and County In ,n satisfactory
Tho only .thing that could be said
of any of tub charges mpdft was In
Tcgnrd to wood, which Mr. Bridges
did take n few. .old rotten planks, for
fire-wood wlilch wero of no valuo to
tho City and County.
Thero has been considerable con
troversy concerning tho width tho side
walk should bo in Kalmukl district. Tho
lioad Commttteo was under- tho Im
pression that .tho 12-foot sidewalk
would meet all requirements, and
started to est'nblleh'samc.
When a great many of ho resi
dents protested against such a wide
sldowalk It was requested .that a meet
ing of tho Kalmukl Improvement Club
bo held, which was doqe to consider
tho. matter of sidewalks. The Im
provement Club', which consists of 'nil
icsldonts In that, district, unanimously
adopted the dfoot .sidewalk, and the
Committee on Road's recommends, that
a width of 8 "feet' bo' established with
the sidewalks on 6th, Gth, 7th 8th,
9th, ;10th, lltH, nnd 12th avenues.
A communication received from
Mrs. Victoria' .Ward,, regarding Ward
street from King street toward the
ca, which Wis .roferred to tho Com-
uiiueo on iiunus, rcportB tnat otter
thoroughly. Investigating same they
nnd that .the, pjirk-krbper of Thomas
Square has bScii.in tho habit of dump,
lng( rubbish and burning It nt tho
Junction Of Vnr! street nlnn n irri'.it
deal of road material has been piled-
mere, it is recommended no rubbish
be plied or burnt there, that the strcat
be cleaned "uj) nnd graded ,ln at least
a block." It fs also suggested that as
soon as poselbta Ward street be
graded to'A'lh Moana road.
In regard 6., road work of ths pros
cnt month lt'is recommended that the
work on 10th; Ave., Kalmukl also the
Pnlolo road, and up by tho Mausoloum
bo continued,,'' As soon as tho work In
front of the Mausoleum Is finished to
commence In the Kalknhalulu lane.
Tho commlttco nlso recommends that
work on llotijl street, from Alukea to
FIchard etrect, ha finished nt onco
as thero Is .a great deal of traffic and
the street, needs widening; also, when
they finish .work, In Kallhl near tfio
church, which will be in a few days,
work then to commence on the road
leading, from the Boys' Homo to tho
main roni), as this Is In a very, biU
condition. Honolulu to eontlnuo work
In Manoa Valley. Ewa district, the
work to continue at Walpahu,. until
thatsectlon .Is finished. Walalua .con
tinue the same as tho last month.
Koolnuloa, eontlnuo work until thoy
llnleh grading to tho bottom of tho
hill leading to tho rice, nelds. When
this work Is finished, .which will bo In
a fow 'days, then to commenco, at
Hnlaltea beach, as that Is the' last
bejr.h. When this is finished thoro
win bo no .more trouble with' tho
injeference to-a ijetltlon from reel
limits of Pacific HelghtB pertaining to
the macadamazlpg nnd repairing of
tho Pacific Ilqlglits road) which was
referred to tho Commlttco on lloads.
thoy report jthat' after thoroughly .In
vestigating tho samo there has been
8000 feet of, road work which cost
nhott $1.00 per foot which will make
the total of $8060.00.
Mr. Von Ilamro and other residents
of Pacific Heights have, agreed to ,pay
ono-thtrd of, the cost of building said
road, whltih would leave about
$5000.00 balanco to be paid' by the
As there Is a great deal of road In
this dlstrlct'and the city Is short of
money, It fss Impossible to build that
road at thefn'roBent tlmo.. Cross" drains
can be put In and also repairs made In
a few places for a' few hundred dol
lars which 'wli put the road In fairly
good condition for the present.
DOLE A8K8,FOn BETTER ROAD.
The- rhad fcnmmltteo of the City nnd
County Rnjrd of Supervisors has been
nske.t by' 8, II. Tlolo to glvo some at
tention toi. road leading 1o tho pvem
Uos occupied by tho Children's 'Hos
pital, .It is'nhdorstond that the' wn-Ji
U to bo dhiie without eiinn'n to the
lirtj)nra of Iho' Institution. It Is roc-
omriicnded that the sum of $S0O be
taken from tho, county general fund to
defray Uio cost of building tho road.
LEGAL LABOR IN1
Milverton Tells of Work
Done By County .
First Deputy City and County Atlor'
ncy Milverton lias prepaid an lntcr
utitlng' report of'the work done by tho
legil (lopaituicnt or tho' mmilclpjllty '
during tho past year which Indicates
that the prosecuting, attorneys oillcc
has matutntned Its place In tho proct'H
Attorney Milverton subnilttcd his
commnnlc.itlon at last night's mooting
It ruids as follows
To the Honorable Mayor and Board
of Supervisors of tho Cl'ty and
County of Honolulu, i i
Gintlomen: Pursuant 'to tho pro
visions of Section 137 of tho .Municipal
Act, I Bubmlt herewith n report or Iho
operations of tho Legal. Department of
tho City and County of Ikuiolulu toi
the year ending December 3l"st. 1009.
Blnco tho mouth ofAprll, 1909, all
Indictments arising within the First
Judicial Circuit have been presented
to tho. Qrnnd Jury' by" this Depart
ment. During tho year 190?) about two hun
dred criminal cases have been 'prose
cuted In tho Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit by tho City and County At
torney or by ono of tils deputies ,as
shown by tho .accompanying and at
The prosecutions during tho year In
the District Court of Honolulu havo
been conducted, by this Department,
end tho number, character and dis
position of the, criminal cases In such
Court Is shown by the reports 6f tho
District Magistrate heretofore present
ed' to tho Board, and tho monthly re
ports of tho Sheriff of tho City nnd
County, During tho last six months
of tho year 1909, the cases disposed
of In tho District Court -of Honolulu
aggregated one thousand threo hun
dred nnd twenty.
This Department has, during the year,
argued and submitted a number of
cases In the Supreme Court of tho
Territory, t "
Tho caro of Territory of Hawaii v.
Sing High Involved the' question as
to whether or not tho law requiring a
llcenso f"o from those conducting
either n laundry, dyeing works or
cleaning woiks. ,wns constitutional.
Tho Puyipme Court sustained tho con
stitutionality of this law.
In tho cao of Territory of Hawaii v.
fjm Yip Keo It was- contended that
tho defendant n dealer In merchan
dise, had lire right under tho Com
merce Claiife of tin Constitution of
tho United St.ites to sell In the Ter
ritory of Hawaii flvd tacl tins of
opium that has been shipped Into tho
Territory tn large packages. Tho Su
premo Court held tli.it no such right
existed, and 'the Judgment of tho Cir
cuit Court Imporlng a fine for tho un
lawful salo of suih a five taol tin of
opium was sustained.
Tho caso of Tenltory or' Hawaii Ex
Rclantlonc Charlos Cotcr v, II. H.
Trent was Instituted for the pnrposo of
determining whethcr'tlia Hoard, of Su
pervisors had tho power to engage
employees of the City and County.
Tho Supreme Cou.t hell t'hiit no such
, In the case of Territory of Hnwsll v.
Toyota, tho claim wr.s ni.uli if tho de-.
funilant that ho was ii"t I'pble In pay
a license fee of $000.0j for'conjucllng
an auction of fish In the City lind
County of Honolulu. Tho Supreme
Court held that the defendant was
liable for tho llcenso fco In question.
In.tho case 'of Territory of Hawaii v.
Matsubara, the defendant the owner
of the., fishing boat, claimed thnt tho
provisions of the law requiring an
annual-license fe'o for" n' fishing h-nt
was unconstitutional 'and void, TTin
Supreme. Court sustained .'(W ynh'illh'
of tho Act.
Tho 'cose of Territory of' Kawtlf
Choy Dan' Involved tho qunsflon a v
whether dealers In' rresli flub who
wero not.pcddlerii, wore llsh'o to pay
tho llcenso fco provided for tfio sain or
merchandise. This case' has been
argued and submitted to the Supreme
Court, but no decision had been ren
dered prior to tho resignation of Mr.
Justice 'Wilder, anil (ho caso in nil
probability will have to bo re-nrgued
before the Supremo Court of tho Ter
ritory as how constituted.'
Another case disposed' of lii' the Su
preme Court was tliat of Mario K.
Humphreys v. Manuel 'Mello and
Thomas P. Cummins, 'an aetlon In
trespass, claiming $300.00 damages for
injury to a tree, the alleged Injury
having been 'cqmuilueSijby two sorv
nntB of the County. It was contended
by this. Department, on-Hehalf of the
defendants; that the liability under
the, gt&tuta; was limited to $5,00,. and
tho Supreme Court of tho Territory
took this vlow of the matter.
In August, 1909, Dr. John Atchefley
after having been adjudged Insane, by
the District Magistrate of Honolulu
and ordered committed to tho insane
Asylum,jind. after nuci Judgment had
boon affirmed by the Commissioners
of Insanity, secured. a (Writ of habeas
corpus In the United Stntea District
Conrf for the "Territory of Hawaii
claiming thnt ho was being Illegally
restrained of his liberty by tho Super
intendent of the Insane Asylum, his
contention being thnt the law under
whph ho was being restrained was Tin-
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tMT cnwt J
Keep your book in order,
roaches, and have a cozy library corner by .using JJaeey
Sectional Bookcases. Oak and mahogany. Low prices,
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents
,. Hackfeld Building Fort and Queen
constitutional nnd void. Mombcrs of
this Department appeared on bo
hnlt of tho Superintendent of
tho Insano Asylum. Tho writ
of habeas corpus was dismiss
ed by tho United States District Judge
On September 10th, 1909, Dr. John
Atchcrlcy brought a writ of certiorari
In the Circuit Court of the First Dis
trict for the purpose of testing tho
constitutionality of tho Insanity law.
Tho writ of certiorari was dismissed
by the Circuit Court nnd an nppcal
thkn from the judgment of dismissal
by Dr. Atcherley' to tho Supremo
Court of the Territory, The Supremo
Court held that the Insanity law un
der which Dr. Atcherley was' held was
constitutional and valid.
In the caso of Barges v. Roso, an
action for damages brought against
the Deputy Sheriff of the City and
County, a member of this Department
appeared on behalf of the deputy, but
the action was dismissed before trial
In tha fHrriill Point. A' mnmhni- trf
this Department also appeared on be-'
halt of the Sheriff of, the City and
County In the icaso on Inter-Island
Steamship Company v. Hoff schlacgor J
f?nmn-inv T Imltfkri at at '
During the year a number of In
quests have ben' held In the City nnd
County and at all of theso In which
It. was suspected that the deceased
came to his death by criminal moans,
a member of the Department has been
present at the Inquest, and Jms con
ducted tho examination of the wit-,
nesscs before tho coronor'a Jury, 1
In addition to tho work of tho De
partment as above set out, during tho
period mentioned n largo number of
opinions havo boen given by this De
partment to the various officers 'of .the
City and County, nnd to the Board of
Supervisors.. The City and County
Attorney has been regularly In attend;
ance during- tho past year cither in
person or by deputy at all meetings
of the Board of Supervisors, hns
whenever requested by any membor of
'ho Board, drafted ordinances, nuolu
tions, motions 'and other dociim tits,
and has had. numerous consultations
with member's, of the Board, and with
Clly' nnd County officers.'
VourB very truly.
FRED W. 'MILVBIITON.
FlrFt Deputy, and Acting City and
County Attorney of tho City and
County of Honolulu.
T'NCLE SAM MUST OPEK STEEET.
It is up to Uncle Snm to grant
permission for the extonslon'of Mid
dle street to King street. .The res
idents nlong that thoroughfare havo
appealed to the city and' county su
pervisors in vain. The matter has
been gone Into by Mayor" Forn and
the city fathers, and It has been
learned that about nil that can bn
done In the matter will be to rofcr
the .proposed extension to, Superin
tendent of public Works Marstoh
Campbell, who will' be asked to ne
gotiate with (he. Wnr Department
for the opening' of the. Btrcef, The
proposed extension will pais through
the' Fort Shatter military reservn-.
tlon. UnaBniuch.as Campbell Is deal-,
Jng'wlth the War Department 'In re
lation .to, other .land matters, it was
thought advisable to refer tho Mid
dle street extension to tho Super
intendent of Public Works nlso.'
Tho band will play this afternoon at
tho departure of the tug Iroquois, and
afterwards on board tho transport'
Logan, Saturday nfternoon at the mil
itary baseball' game at Iho Loaguo
grounds, and rjnltirday evening nt tho
Moana hotel for the sailors' ball.' Bun-,
day nftornoon tho batid will play nt tho
Seaside hotoL I I
p. riu mi
Is of proven value. Sixty years
is a pretty good test. No acid,
no grit. Imparts a Ccnsation so
'exquisite and .lasting. .It cleans
theteethand exhilsrntes the mouth.
Prevents the accumulationf tar
tar. Try Sozodoht. ,, In. patent
Sanitary Tin. , ;,
Benson, Smitrr& Co , A. en!p,
preserve them trom cock
Scaled Tenders will be received by
tho Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 m. of Tuesday, Fobruary 15,
1910, at which tlmo thoy will bo
publicly opened, for the following
steel filing device for the Governor's
Automatio Device Locks.
6 No. R 1,21 V Units (p. 69 Olobo
Wernicke Catalogue) or equal.
1 No, 123 C Unit (P. 74 Globo
Wernlcke Catalogue) or equal.
.1 No. 124 C Unit (p. 74 Olobe
Wornlcke Catalogue) or equal.
1 No. 125 C Unit. (p. 74 Olobo
Wernlcke Catalogue) or equal.
Q No. 126 D Units (p. 68. Globe
Wernicke Catalogue) or equal.
Above to be uniform device, sup
plying 12 vertical lettor filos for let
ters, 15 3.-5 card Indices, 8 4-f card
Indices, 6 6-8 card indices, 36 docu
ment flics, top and base.
Bidders to state time of delivery.
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. ,-.
(S.) MARSTON CAMPBEliti.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Public Works, Honolulu, January
29, 1910. . .
4530 Jan. 29, 31; Feb. 1, (2, 3. 4,
5. 7. S, .
1 . ) '" riifwi...
These are in vogue in mod-,
era houses. If you haven't
hardwood floors, you can have
pine or Kor'west nicely fin
ished that will-look nearly as
Johnson's Floor Finishes
.ran. be' used to equal advan
tage on either kind. Hand
some booklet, "Proper Treat
ment of'Floors.'J free.
lewers & Cooke,
' 177 S. KINQ.STBEET
David Dayton"" '
'lloal Estate Agent t''.
137 MERCHANT STREET ,'
Residences ,on Beretania, Stoet,
and, other property. '
NEW PATTERNS nV STAMPING.
UNDERWEAR and GLOVES.
Miss f Kate Woodard
, i -i ,ll41 FortStreeis '
REPAIRS FOR-. '
1 YPE WB-ITERS,
OFFICE JIJPPLX CO.
FINE MILLINERY '
.Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats.
Boston Bldg. Fort St.
aJllllllBW k 'aii n V