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(Inrbaso tint tomnvcd at tinea.
Mosquito brooding rilbbluli at
1'luiEc liavo ln"pclor ottciiil to tills matter.
Resume of Most Sensational Trial
Ever Held on Coast All Prin
cipals. Connected With Crime
Tito nbnvo blnnls fully explain .Itself. If jou know nf any ar
bjiRo not removed within proper tlt.te limit, or of nnj o'.d catix or other
wilier container Hint would miiko l reedlns-plaroa for intnrinlloet). fid
low Instructions on the nlnne Man U mil the U v o n I n g II u 1 1 o t I n
vHjl dd the re3l.
M A PRICE SALE ON LADIES' PETTICOATS AND, CORSET-
COVERS WILL BE THE STORE ATTRACTION HERE TOR A
3 TEW BAYS. '
8 .25 Corset Covers now 15c.
.40 " " " 23c.
.50 " " " 40c.
.73 " " " 50c.
1.00 -" ' " 75c.
These ftka vill only be ctnt;nued for; a few ilajs. and ve
advise you to not postpone ? visit to our store.
L. AHOY, - Nuuanu Street
10 S .75 Petticoats now. .? .50
1.00 " ' .. .75
1.23 " " .. 1.00
1.G0 " " .. 1.25
2.00 " " .. 1.50
Mr. Coidella llotkln, convicted of
the minder of tho wife of John I'.
Dunning of Ooor, Delaware, died
rerontl) at San Quentln prison,
where (die was nerving n llfo bcii
tt'lice. The 'death of .Mrs. Ilntkln re
sulted from a iicnotm hreiikilown,
which was brought on by woiry
over the recent death of her ton
i ud over the fact that hIic hud lost
hope for, a parole by the (Suvernnr.
Mrs. I'otkln'H rlster, M h. Drown ot
Uealdt'itirg, wad nt the side of the
lomlrlid v, Oman when she died.
The hlstoiy of the murders com
mitted 1j Mi". Ilotklu havo occupied
mi'iiy iba 'terg in Coast courtB. Il)r
Inni.'cnl vkllins were women whoso
deaths rhe ciuccd by sending them
, pohoned randv through the malls,
i Tho crime of which Mis. Hotkln
'was cnnl"tcd took place In August,
IISUS. I'ioiii San l'ranclsco Mrs.
I llotkln sent to Dover, Del., to the
I f.imlly of John I'. Dunning, n news
paper man with whom she was In
rntunted, a hot of c.indy which won
I lied with niKrnlc. Several peotdo
who pirtook of the sweets wcro
poisoned, the leiult proving fatal to
Mis. Dunning and her child. Hub
tequeut Investigation piovcd tho
cause of death, the box of candy was
tiaced to this city, and tho utrest
(f Mis. IlitMn fid'owed.
Trial Was Dramatic.
j The til.il of the murderess was ro-
plutc with dinmatlc clrcumHtanccs.
Witnesses were brought to San
I'rancluio from Dover, Dol, Testi
mony showing tho Infatuation of
Mrs, llotkln for John Dunning was
Intiodiued and tho Jury brought In
n verdict of murder in tho llrst do
groe. Attorney (lofirgo Knight, who
, lepicpcnWd Mrs. Hot Kl n. succeeded
Insetting a reheailpg of the case,
and on tho recond trial Mrs. llotkln
was found gttlltv, wllh n lecommen
dntlnn that she bj sentenced to llfo
imprisonment at San Quentlu.
1 An appeal was taken, and pending
the determination of it Mrs. llotkln
tpent her lime at the Ingleslde Jail.
She was bent to the county jail In
1899, unit after spending seven
jears there, on May lfi, 190C, at her
Final Appenl Benicd.
The recordH In tho casn of
, ; .
'I do not know that there Is any
necessity for my taking up Jour re-1
llotkln were destroved by the great cltnl of the facts, except to stato
fire in San Krnnclsco, and n now my disagreement with you In ro
appeal vns perfected by her nttor- spect to what Jou call Illustrations
ncjs. Tills was denied by tho Ap- of what you believe to be Secretary
peltate Court, and the life sentence ilallltiger's unfriendly attitude to
afllrnied. " wald conservation.'
lt wns only n month ago that Mrs. Taft Upheld Ballinger.
llotkln applied for parotc. She; "I ihii not accept the suggestion
based her application on tho fact In tho controversy over the ranger
that she was In ill health. She had stations that Secretary Dalllnger In
gileved much over the denth of her tended to Intimate that Secretary
(on, llcvcrly. She was constantly . Wilson was not acting in 'good faith,
visited by her sister, Mrs. Dora "Nor can 1 agree with lou In
Hi own of Hcaldsliurg. Mrs. llotkln jour statement as to Jdst what uc
was t ears old. She had served currcd when vou visited me to in
four j cars In San Quentln, undfouriject to the withdrawals .tnade on
years more were necessary for her Secretary llalllngcr's recommend')
to be eligible for parole. " " I lion In March and April of this jear.
John "Dunning, on whoso account ' My recollection Is thnt i toM m.i
Mrs. llotkln committed tho minders, 'l concurred with Secretary ll.illlns.ir
has been dead for Bevcrnl jenia.
TAFT MAY 00 ON STAND
IN THE PINCHOT CASE
President Would Be a Good Witness
for Secretary Ballinger, '
WASHINGTON, D. C, Teh. 28.
Shall prlvnte utterances of tho Pies-
Ident on the subject ot conservation
bo divulged to the Joint Investigat
ing Committee, Investigating tho
This question is giving tho com
mittee considerable food for thought.
It carno up when Attorney Vcrtrees,
counsel for Il.illlngcr, objected to
the introduction by rinchot of thu
subject of tho conversation he held
with tho President on April 20,
"Public policy," was the warning
noto sounded by the attorney.
Tho commtttco dtrclded to consid
er tho matter and make a ruling to-':
Taft May Make Stand.
inero was a rumor current today
in thinking theie wns no ntithowtv
to make such .wholesale wlttulravv
ula, and that was the reason 1 had
concuried in his recommendation.'
ROOSEVELT AN EXCEPTION
TO EVERY RULE
Preceding Administration the Only
One to Escape Severe Criticism
Glad He Has Been Hammered ,
First ?ear. j
WASHINGTON D. C. Ieb. 20.
Former President ttoosevelt, accord
ing to an opinion oxprcssed tonight '
by President Taft in nil address to '
G. A. II. veterans of the department
of the Potomuc, "seems to have beon
on exception to every rule."
TIiIb declaration was mnde by Mr.
Taft In speaking of criticisms that
have been made In certain quarters
as to his administration. He said
ho would feel woiso for these ciltl
clsms were it not for the fact 'that
In every administration, "with the
possible exception," he added, "of
thnt of my predecessor, who Bcems
to have been an exception to every
that oerliniis President Tnfl wtml I
solve tho dilemma himself uy til;-1 "lie, the-o were rigoious attacks ot
mg in oe nenni ociore mo cirairaii-."1" " "liiSIUM
tee. Such action would be a shut
tering of all precedents.
The Hxecutlve, In so far as pos
sible, huB held aloof from the Bquali
ble. Pluchot's recollection of his
Intcrvlow with tho President ;oii
April 20idouj not 'agree with that
of the Kxtctlvo. 1'his Is nllljlie
more reason Why It Is a crucial one.
An evidence that Mr. Taf. takes Is-
' l.liiioin had radicals nn
gents to deal with, and, ho had the
deuce nf n time." sabf the Prest-
' dent, "but I would be ashamed to
think of tompaiinc the easy year I
have just been through with "some
of the vears of darkness ho had to
suffer, I am glad to have been ham
meted thin first year, because die
no.it three years will bo pleasant, no
sue with the foimer forester's re-' matter what the newspapers bay
membrnnce of this conservation n-
Utvlcvv, the following portion ot n
Totter dated ot the White lloiibo
November 2-1.1 and In answer to the
one from Pliichot on November 4,
own request, Bhe was taken to San wns given out toJay by Secretary
Greatest Clothing Sale
EVER HELD IN HONOLULU
ADLER-ROCHESTER made suits
in greys, browns and blues, for
merly $25, now $15 a suit.
LATEST CUT and STYLE suits,
formerly $16 to $20, now
SWELL SUMMER WEIGHT suits
formerly $10 to $15, now $8.
STRAW HATS, all shapes and
styles, formerly $1.50 to $2.50,
FELT HATS, all shapes, styles,
and colors, formerly $1.50 to
$3, now $1.
PANAMA HATS, all styles, for
merly $12 and $10, now $6
FULL LINES of Auto and Yacht
ing Caps at equally reduced
NEW Q00BS arc due to arrive on any steamer now, and we must have room.
SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 19. SEE OUR WINDOW BISPLAY,
$1 a Pair
S0R0SIS OXFORD TIES in medium and narrow
lasts; broken lines. Regular $3.50 to $5. '
$1.95 a Pair
juA uj:' THE HOUR
S0R0SIS PUMPS In Patent Kid, Vici Kid, and
Tan Russia Calf: low heels. Recular $4 per pair.
$2.85 a Pair
S0R0SIS PATENT KID LACE SHOES In HrM or
heavy soles. Regjlar $5 grade.
$2.50 a Pair
LADIES' PATENT "KID, one-button, French-heel
TIE; very chic. Regular ?4 grade.
$2.95 a Pair
WALKOVER TAN RUSS. CALF button -shoe ; all
sizes. Regular $1,00.
.LONDON, Mnr. 1. Moyd-George,
a farmer, coal miner, statesman, U
the mnn of the hour in England to
day. Those who heard the speech
of George cstciday do not doubt
that he is the ical power In tho Lib
eral party and that he will be rec
ognized as such henceforth.
Although there has been no for
mal transfer of the reins of govern
ment from the hands of Premier
Asqulth to those of Lloyd-George,
the general public ucknovvlcdgc3
that the Liberals have ii new nnd
The new leader probably will not
publicly ass,umo authority aver the
party until after the Raster recess
of Parliament, when, It Is believed,
another election will become neces
sary. Tho members of Parliament ad
mit that no budget will be passed
nt this tesslnii. Financiers are be
coming apprehensive that failure to
pass appioprlatlon8 for enrrytng on
tho government business will result
iu chaotic conditions. Thoy are be
ginning to pi edict that tho nation
toon will bo facing a period of fi
nancial stress which will result In
buffering and hardship.
Already the nationalists have be
como active In endeavoring to have
excepted certain Items of tho budget
obnoxious to them. It Is likely the
next budget will not contain provl
blons for tho levying of land and
whiskey taxes which are objection
able to the Irish.
$2.95 a Pair
WALKOVER PATENT KID SHOES In Blucher or
button. Regular J4 and $5.
$2.95 a Pair
WALKOVER OXFORD TIES In Patent Kid or
Tan Ruts, Calf; broken line, pretty good size. Reg
ular $4 and $5 grade.
err & Co., ttd.
SEEK LAW TO CURB
WASHINGTON, D. C, Fob. 28. -The
wireless experts of tho Treas
ury Department are trying to llnd n
wny to prevent Importuut aerial
messages to and fiom revenue cut
ters being sldetiacked by the dulcet
strains of "Has Anvbody Here Seen
Kelly?" "The Wild Chorry Song"
and other songs ground out on a
phonogiiiph and sent hurling
through the air via a wireless tele
phone. Tho wireless log of the rev
enue cutter McCullough for Janu
ary, which has just reachod tho lie
pattmout from the Pacific Coast,
te Is or the all-Important "S. O. B.'
signal i educed to a heterogenous
Jumble of Hashes by interference
from the wireless phonograph-telephone
The McCullough's operator knows
the aerial musician merely as "Mc
Carthy." In addition, the McCullough's log
tells of the host of amateur Ameri
cans, who with appealing message:,
lead tho revenue cutter on wild
goose chases to rescue fako wrecks.
On one occasion tho McCullough was
bonis trjlng to got a wireless mes
sage funi a real wiecked Bchooner
to detoimluo her location.
I 'Ihcie Is now befoie the House
Committee on Naval Affairs a mcas
ure for the regulation of amateur
wireless telephone and tho Treasury
olllilula aio lobbying hard tor It.
Now Showing, a Few Popular-Priced
In Chiffon Broadcloth, in Desirable Evening Shades,
Ranging from $13.50 up
Jlandome Display of
Black Spangled Gowns,
Black Silk Dress Nets
MANY BEAUTIFUL A3CEES0RLES FOR BLACK GOWNS
Ask Your Grocer for
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Ilia best and most delicious olive oil in the market.
Bottled at Nice, France. Maie from absolutely sound,
perfect olives. Pure and unadulterated. Guaranteed under
Food and Brugs Act, June, 1000. It has a unique and dc
licjous flavor of its own.
In Vi, Vjl and 1-Qalloa Tins Each With Patent Spout
We have the reputation of selling
Groceries Cheap !
Call and see us at 93-95 King St.
American Brokerage Co.
Telephone 201 Daily Delivery
"jiWJSMmi'mtm mill nggp3
NEW HATS, Coast Styles 1
lC2'i Kuuanu St.
Modern Ideas- pf Comfort
in the office and in the home demand a circulation of the
8-Inch Electric Fan-
will insure a circulat ion of the air with absolute noise-
lessness. , j
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
$1 a Year
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