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ffViCNWI fimt.trm HrtNOLmi t H., TUL9UAY, MAR. 29, 1910.
Annual Remnant Sale
" Begins Friday, April 1st, 8 a.m.
This will be one of the largest tales of its kind that
we have, ever held. There will be remnants of"
Silks, Woolens, Linens,
' Lawns, Batistes, Repps,
' Organdies. Pdplins, Ginghams, etc.
Many of these are Dress Lengths. Other lengths suit
able for Children's Di esses, ladies' Waists and Hen's
Shirts. Nearly all are new goods, accumulations of the
past year. It means that you will get the best at half
price. Mothers, this is a RARE OPPORTUNITY to clothe
your little' ones for little money.
COME EARLY AND GET' THE BEST 4 '
SACHS' DRYGOODS CO.
'' Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Onoosite Fire Station
ORIENTAL AND OCCIDENTAL MEALS
WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS ON MARCH 31ST. 1910
' We have engaged tin EXPERT COOK, who has had long experi
ence in. this work in all the prominent hotels throughout this Territory,
controlling the 'kitchen 'work. It is our intention to gain a reputation
for improving the ORIENTAL MEALS and CHOP SUEY business in this
All patrons are cordially invited to inspect our Culinary Establish
ment, which is very neat and clean.
THE HONOLULU CAFE,
NO. 79 HOTEL STREET. NEAR FORT STREET
GET YOUR POMPERNICKEL AT THE PALM. BAKED
AFTER THE GERMAN METHOD. AND IT'S GOOD.
HOTEL, NEAR UNION STREET
March Furniture Sale
J. Hopp & Co., 185 King St.
ARTICLES FOR THE TOILET ARE HERE IN PLEN
TY. WE HAVE- SHAVING SOAPS, BRUSHES, STROPS.
TALCUM POWDER AND RAZORS.
Benson, Smith & Go.
The IIEST HRANDS lire ,
MT. DIABLO In 1001b. Baft
' LEHIGH Irt Barrels
GREEN ISLAND In 250lb.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 So. Kinc St.
Our gieatest objection to football I '" co compared with the lining of
tirises fiom the dlfllciilty we always the bowels. When Irritated we have
uuepunter lu- deciding whethor to i unjpa'ns, dlarrhui, cramps. Wlmtover
It on the Hport.pagH jr In tlio obituary . tho cause, toko I'alnklllcr (Pciry
column. Lincoln (Neb.) Star. I Davis'),
TO - CITIZENS
The little birds that come over from
Hawaii whisper some strango tulcs
about thq largo time Speaker Holsteln
is going to hno ulong the lines of re
election to tlio House.
Things aro boiling In Khala now
over the piospects ahead and It Is said
that there nie tomo wierd tales being
told, If street talk can be taken for
I anything Kanlho, who Is at the pres
ent time, in this city, has sort of turned
tilu luirU rm llnlfttidti. whom h former.
I-- -..-. - , -
ly supported to the last ditch, and Is,
leaning toward McCnndless, However
that may be tlio future will discover,
There ls nn questioning tlio bril
liancy of Ilolsteln's speakership in the
House, Ha has made n good record
mid If ho Is defeated at the coming
, election there will he n soiry nilkup.
It Is suld that the pllikla regarding
Holsteln Is a personal matter-find that
It may blow-over before elec'lou.
THE FINEST FABRIC
Japanese Sketching I
, MANILA, Mar. 2R. -Two Japanese were arretted here yesteidnv
while trying to obtain plans of tortn on Corregldor Maud. Tho Jap
anese bribed a sentinel, who took t lie money with the Idea of leading
them Into n trap. He reported to h Is superiors of the plan, nnd when
the Japanese nrrlcd nnd lieRnn wo rk they were promptly apprehended.
WASIllNQTON.I). C, Mar. 2.S. Justlco David llrewer or the Unit
ed StutvH Supieme Court died at Ills home here today. The death n:
Justice llrewer wax the result of apoplexy, nnd the end rnme wholly un
heralded. ' ,
David Joslnh llrewer, Aiisoclato
Justice of the United States Supremo
qourt, was born In Smyrna, Asli
Minor, on June 20, 1837. Ills fa-
Iher, Itov. Joslnh llrewer, wns nn
early missionary to Turkey, ln 18GC
he gmduated from Yale, mid two
eais Inter from the Albany l.nw
IHchool, and established himself In
his profession nt Leavenworth, Kan.,
In 1859, where ho resided until he
removed to Washington.
In .1801 he was appointed Unltol
States commissioner; during 18C3
and 1861 was Judge of the probaM conferred upon this distinguished
nt.d criminal courts of Leavenworth Judge, but none were more highly
county Alter flllln,t ninny Import- prized thnri the degree of LL.D. from
nut nnd i-bpunslble positions, such" lowu College, Washburn College,
ns J ml i!" nt th' district court, coun- Yale University, State University of
ty atto-ii'.y of Lcftvenvttivih, lie was Wisconsin," Wcsleyan University,
elected it JiHtlcc of the supreme Mtddletown, Conn,; University ol
mill of lilt Hiate In 1870 and re- Vermont, and llowdoln College.
ROOSEVELT CREATES FEELINGS IN SPEECH.
CAIItO, Mar. 28. In the course of an address delivered here to
day, Colonel Hoosevelt scathingly denounced the assassination of Pre
mier Iloutrous und wnrncd the Nationalists of the probable results of
tiny further nets of violence.
The speech created n great sensation here, and Colonel Roosevelt
is now closely guarded, as It Is feared that, an attempt may be made
on his life.
TRAINMEN VOTE ON STRIKE MOVE, i
CLKVHLAND, 'Mar. 28. Trainmen nnd conductors on the Laka
Shore systems are 'taking a strike Yote. TwenS' thousand men will be
affected should they decide to go out. i
MORE WAR BREWING. ,
NEW ORLEANS, Mnr. 28. The Mndrlz government Is taking step)
to prevent the shipment of arms and' filibustering equipment to NIcar-
ON TAl'S WITNESSES
FACES FADE FROM x
Jurors Taking Deep Interest in Case
Objections Overruled and Sus
tained Lieutenant Pradee in
One of the things which evident
ly puzzled tho minds of the jury in
the trial of Cnrl On Jal In the Fed
eral Court yesterday afternoon were
the Identification marks which were
uttached to the cloihlnglntroduc'ed
United States AssKnnt District
Attorney Il.lwllim claimed that Carl
On Tal bad purchased goods belong
ing to the United States, as Indi
cated by murxs which were on them.
Magoon, appearing for On Tal, ob
jected to tlu statement, arguing that
those marks were prepared by the
clerk its Identification marks.
Ilawllns nnd a number of jurors
leaned forward on the railing to see
for themselves the marks alleged to
have been the United States marks,
.'o sooner hnd they done this than
Abe Louisson, one of the Jurors, ask
ed the following question of Lieuten
"When )ou distribute underwear
to the men, do you put distinct
marks on them?"
Lieutenant Pardee nnswered In
the negative. His answer apparent
ly sntl8lled the Jurors, who resumed
their seats. N
Continuing the examination, Ilaw
llns asked On Tal whether ho knew
of the presence of soldiers nt his
place, Indulging In card games, his
(On Tal's) sister being one .of the
party. Witness' recollection failed
This line of examination con
tinued until 5 o'clock, when the
court postponed Its work until this
mouilng at 9 o'clock.
Motion"' for Discharge 'Denied.
When the court resumed, Its work
yesterday afternoon, Magoon asked
for the discharge of the defendant
on' the ground that there was not
sufficient evidence to hold the de
fendant. He cited many authori
ties, but the court wbb Immovable,
holding that the case bo tried by
"Where do you live?" asked Ma
goon of Kuahine,.who was called as
n witness in the Federal Court yes
teiday afternoon In tho On Tal case.
"On Vliioyurd street," came tho
"Are i j on acquainted with Mr,
Carl On' Tat?"
"Yes, sir." ,
"Are you acquainted with lllby?"
"I don't know him."
Ileiu lllby was called lu for Idcn-
elected In 1&76 nnd 1882. In 1881
he wns.apolnt.ed to succeed Justice
s - i,,gnhoW8' who dled ln De"
"jju'ce irewci wag president of
ti,o Venezuelan lloundnry Commls-
slon, appointed by President Cleve-
lnnd; wns n member of tha Arbltrn-
Hon Tribunal to settle the boundary
question between llrltlsh Guiana nnd
Venezuela; orator nt bicentennial.
Ynle University, In 1901; president
International Congress of Lawyers
nnd Jurists at St. Louis In 1904.
In addition, many honors were
s'jlcan't Identify .him as being the
man." '( y
"Do )Ou remember seeing lllby
and other soldiers. In On .Tal's
I "I don't remember the man 4
"When these mep, came to On
Tal'B place, did they say anything
to On Tal?"
"What did they say?"
"Tho soldiers snld to On Tal,
'Hello! Do yva want to buy some
clothes?' 'Who oV" those clothes?'
nnkod On Tal. 'We own them," they
Attorney Mn'goon resumed: "Do
you know whether the people cnm
there tp sell things to the tenants
in Kuuluweln camp?"
"1 do not."
' "What kind of people live In that
''Poor people such us the Porto
Rlcans, white men and Japanese and
Mugoon closed, and Ilawllns took
the witness, asking htm, "How many,
times did you see On Tal buy'clohes
and other articles from soldiers?"
"About two times."'
"Did you see On Tal buy leg
gins?" "I don't remember."
"Only the white men enmo thero
"What Is your business?"
MJ work along the waterfront."
"What is your nationality?"
"I am a Chinese, but was adopt
ed by Hnwnllaii8.'.'
"How long have you been lu that
"About Ave years."
"During that time, did you seo
tlio soldiers In uniform come there?"
"Haven't you' scon the soldiers In
uniforms ut ull?"
"Sure; 1 have seen them In the
"You saw tha bundla of clothed,
then, did yorv not?" ' i '
"How many articles were thero In
"About four or five."
"You went nnd looked at them,
"That's all,' closed the counsol.
Henry on Stand.
Henry On Tal, brother of Carl
On Tal, the defendant, next a took
the stand and answered' tho 'ques
tions of the counsel, ns they were
II red at him.
"Are J ou acquainted with lllby?'
"I can't hay us to thut?"
"You know Peterson?"
"I think I huw him; probably In
"Under what clicmustunces did
ou happen to see him?"
''He came to sell bonie things."
"What look place when these men
were' Inside Die hniiBe? '
"Thoy tried to sell some clothes
The Prices are moderate
to my brother. He asked them
whether the clothes belonged to
the'm. They said 'Yes.1 "
"Was thero anything to Indicate
that they were soldiers?"
"Did they ask your brother fre
quently to buy tho clothes?"
"That's all," announced Magoon.
Ilawllns' took the witness and ask
ed the following questions:
"Where do you live?"
"In Kauluwela camp."
"Huve jou any sisters?"
V's. It not n fact that your sisters
nnd Peterson playcd'cilrds lu that
tilnjt'A when f?nrl ftn Till. innr
tirothcr, was thero?"'
I .'VM.' ,v
' "Hp came thero lu mllftnry uni
"Did you see anybody there In
"I saw someone there,
"Who was In the room first o
dleis. or Curl, your brother?"
''I don't remember who-'wus thero
"Then these soldiers were In tho
room first before C;rl On Tal und
, - --.
"You met thls-man" (pointing at
Peterson) "ut the ukutlng rink, did
"Yes." ' '
"Did you not usk Petorson'to fur
nish you with u list of discharged
I'l did not." V
'Dld you not ask him to forget
all,, about the thlugs which caused
thl trooule?" 4
"No; 1 dld-not." '
"J)o you know lllby?"
'Nq; I don't remember."
lllby' was called In und the wit
ness, after glancing at him, suld ho
was not sura of seeing the mart at
"Why Is it that you remember
distinctly what jour brother Cnrl
has said and cau't remember what
had transpired between the other
"I remember certain things, which
I know; otherwise I don't remem
ber," - "Do you remember unythtilg about
"I remembor nbout.'SO cents."
''Why Is it that ton remember
about, the price und 'Jduhjt know
annul uiner tilings?
, ",1 don't know."
"What is jour business
)oiy lu partnership with
' ".Yes." " Tt- "
"Where woro you. when these men
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"On the crandn."
"Did Kuahlwl cumo up on , the
veranda, too?" ,
"Yes; ho enme In after tlics men
left the place."
"Where wcio these clothes pluced
In tho room?"
"On tho bed."
"Were they wrapped?"
"Thoy ,wcro folded."
"How do uu know thoy were un
ilerclothlng?" "Ilccauso I saw them." .
"Is.lt customary for Carl OnTnI
to buy things when they nre brought
'Dld jou see nn ovcrcout llko
this?" lifting the soldier's coat and
calling the attention of' the witness.
"Did you see jour brother buy n
pair of shoes like this?"
"No." I buy shoes like that my
self." "Did jou come along with Carl,
when the Marshal was thero?"
"No, I think I called the attention
of my brother."
Hero- Mugoon entered an objec
tion, stating that such u lino of ex
amination had no bearing ou the
"Didn't the Marshal go In there
and bring all these articles outside?
referring to underwear.
"I don't remember, except that tho
Marshal told me to cull Carl, my
Objected to by Mugoon. Objection
was sustained. ,
On Tai On Stand.
"On Tnl, huve you not been at
home when jour brother Carl and
Peterson were playing chouUers?"
Objected to hut question was al
"When jou buw him (Peterson)
In January this jeur did you know
he wus a dlschnrged soldier?" nuk
"I did not."
"Did jou buy this underwear from
"I did, from Illloy."
"Did jou ut that time recognize
"low much did jou pny for
"."Thirty cents n piece."
"What day of tho mouth was
"30th day of March, I think."
"Did j'ou buy any shirts or draw
ers from any Btraugers uftprwafds?'
"In tho second week lu Kebru
ury." Million reiiiemlier j-ccelvlifj; Bub
poouu to appour before tlio Giuml
(Continued on Face 4)4
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