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Specials for Three Days
Monday, Tuesday and. Wednesday
PERCALE SHIRTING 36 inches wide; 20c. n yard
reduced to 8 Yards for $1.00
PERCALE SHIRTINO 3G inches wide; 8 yards for
$1 reduced to 10 Yards for $1.00
GOOD TWILLED TOWELING 12 yards for $1 re-
duccd to 15 Yards for $1.00
TURKEY LED TABLE DAMASK 60 inches wide;
COc. a yard reduced to 43c. a Yard
COVERT CLOTH SUITING 29 inches wide; 0 yards
for $1 reduced to ,...8 Yards for $1.00
NEW GOODS PER S. S. LURLINE
In Stripe. riatd3, Moire, Plain and Dresden effects. All
widths and prices.
Also the new Velvet Brocades; very handsome and
1010 SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES IN LADIES'
Mull, Batiste ard Lawn, made in most advanced styles
and beautifully trimmed. These waists arc sure to please.
We carry a full assortment of colors in Silk Soutarhc
Braids, which nrc heme very extensively used for tr'-i:-mine;
in the centers of fashion at the present time.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Comer Fort and Bcrctania Strceti Onnosite Tire Station
"ll you have any troi blc
with deafness, no m;iit!ci
of how long standing,
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Brown fe Lyon
With Hawaiian News Co.
Alex. Young Building.
Starting April 2nd,
For Two Weeks Only
. CORSET COVERS 15c. to 75c. Apiece
PETTICOATS 40c. to $1.00 Apiece
SHIRTWAISTS 50c. to $1.50 Apiece
INDIGO now .' 5c. a Yard
FLANNELETTE 12 Yards for $1
BiR Lot of LADIES' BELTS 5c. Apiece
MEN'S SHIRTS 25o. Apiece
" " " VAL. LACE 12 yards for 25c.
BIO LOT Or REMNANTS MARKED DOWN, ETC., ETC.
JL'. rinOy, NuuanuSt
NEW YORK'S GOVERNOR
WILL PROBE EOR GRAFT
AI.IIAN'Y, Apr. II. Declaring Hint recent revelations of Kraft In
the Slntn Legislature cauio honest citizens (o tingle with rhntno mi'l
Indignation, tlnvcrnor Hughe today. In a special mesMRe to Iho l.cr:
('Inline, re onimendcil that Immciliule unsparing InVcstllMtluns ho undo
Into Iho. climgea of legislative corruption,
Thu (J(iL'riiir's message, while It mentioned no names nor specific
chnigrx, was In Knornl a scathing arraignment (if public malefactors, .
ami It created no little sensation when It was read In Iho legislative
II I prohalilc Hint the suggestion made by the Stale's chief execu
tive In his communication will lie I'airlcd out nnd that the Legislature
will go -very thoroughly Intp tho charges of graft In connc-tlon villi
the alleged lusurnnco frauds and other matters. f
m i i m '.
GUILTY PAIR ARE SENTENCED. , , ,
WATSI'KA, Apr. 11. .Miller .tml .Mrs. 8,ilcr were today convicted
of manslaughter. Miller was sentenced to servo twelo jenra In State's
prison, while Mrs. Baylcr was sentenced to three c.irs.
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nYDE MURDER TRIAL ON. , , ,
KANSAS CITY, Apr. 11. The Hjdo nuirtlcr "III opened today.
Irro3ccu(or C'onkllng announced that he 'will ask for the death penall
In case ho dial I tccure n conviction.
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PIIELAN TO CALL ON ROOSEVELT. ,
l'OUTO JIAIIIUZIO, Apr 11 James V. Pheluu. former mayor of
San Francisco, will call on Colonel Roosevelt tomorrow.
II. S. GRAND JURY
(Continued from Page 1.)
relating to the olllcl.il duties of gm
eminent olllcent; perjury, and other
oiiinsox ugilnst public Justice; conn
terfiltiug, and other offenses against
thi cuironcj., offenses against ' tho
postal laws and postal service, of
fenses ngaliibt. foreign and Inicrstnto
commence; tho slave trado and peon
ngo; offenses committed on tha high
sens nnd within tho maritime Juris
diction of tho United Stales; nnd big
iitnj, nduiter) and other su-tual of
fenses. Tho le-cnactinent of the last
named subdivision has definitely elim
inated tho question which his heen
tho subject (it some discussion us to,
If one ho found shall not bu livvall
The United States Constitution pro
vldos that no person shall bo com
pel lid In any criminal case to ho :i
witness against himself. This appllcu
to proceedings lief ore n grand Jury.
A ierson who, when callul as n
witness, has no Idea of the subject of
Inquiry may not be nblo to sa)
whether a puitlcular question docs or
does not tend to Incriminate him. It
j Is therefore necessary, whero tho con
duel of soma person who Is under sua
plcion of liming committee an offense,
Is being Inquired Into, If ho should be
called before )ou as u witness, that
he should bo Informed either by thu
District Attorney or by the foreman,
of the nature of thu lumiiry and he
should be also cautioned that he Is at
Ubfrly to decline to answer nny and
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the Intenllon of Congress to npply ,., """'"'." "" ' " ' " I
tuuvlslons of tho IMniunds Act to this ' " "
T. Ii If you should bo ingnged In tho In
lerrnorj. I icstlgatlon of some subject for the
Thcforcgolng siimmiry liiillcntes In mr)(),0 )f n,,.,,,!, wi1(jH.r
some degree the inisslble field which crMJ haH ,)wn ,nmmte(, ,)Ul u ,,
may lie coieied by a I-edcrnl grand j (lt IPnchei, ,K)nt whcre nny vnr.
Jury In thp coarse or Its lniestlga- ,cnllr ,)vrl,m ,8 ,,H1KU.,, W,h nll.
"""' I degree uf dcflniteuess, It Is not neces
I am Inclined to think, howeicr ( kary o caution witnesses that they
llint In ilvw of the piplongoii nun .may dccllno to answer sclf-Incrlml.
busy session Ii id by tho Inst grand
Jury, tho work of iho present Jury will
nut be protructed.
Tho District Attorney may bale J
fc.w matters to submit to you In con
nection with tho Importation and sale
of opium contrary to the Act of Con
giess passed on February 9 190'J. and,
possibly lu regard lo the harboring
Hating questions, though thu witnesses
ihcmsches may assert their rlijbt not
to answer such questions.
It would bu hlithly Improper for n
ginnd Jury tocmnrlno ns n witness
nny poiion.who Is under arrest upon
n criminal charge unless upon his own
free nnd oluntary request to bo per
mitted to test If j. You should satisfy
of alien women for Immoral purposes yourselves that such a person's np
REGAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
The Best Butter
HEliRY MAY & CO.
Pau Ka Haha
At Your Grocers
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Ycc Hop & Co
You'll gel it promptly
and it will Kills tin
roofing problem for
jou. You never iw
ihil quality before it
that price. ,Vhcn
) our order comes, ) on
will likeiutill better.
The perfect rolls, no
(laws or weak spots.
""with the ends care
fully protected, malie
every inch of the roofmj available.
No waste trimmings, no broken
.edges on Congo Roofing,
Write for the Sample!
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD,
177 So. Kinj? Street
In violation uf the Immigration law
passl mi Kehruarj 20, 1907, neither
or which are included In the criminal
code nbovo referred to.
And 1 understand, that jou will
probably be called upon to look Into
the subject of the using of tho nulls
for circulating scurrilous obscene or
othei nun mailable matter.
It Is prob.jhl) unnecessary for mo
to Imp! ess ui on ou tho Importance
of preserving tho Integrity of tho
malls nnd tho desirability of piompt
I) pioseeutlng any ami nit persons who
nny be shun if to huvo taken udvant
ige of tho opiKirtunltj lo use the malls
foi Hie spicnd of Indecent mutter In
violation of the postal laws.
I vvill now call your attention to
,tomo Miles i elating to your procedure
ou nro not riqulied to d(ddo
whether any particular person who Is
supposed to have rommllteed n crlmo
Is In fact guilty but It Is for uu mere
l Id ilicltlu whether, upon tho cvl
ill iuo wlili Ii has been given beforo
you, In case It should remiln Unexplained-
or uncontradicted, tho trial
jury ought, In your Judgment, to con
vict the party It so, you will find n
"truo bill" If not, jou ought not to
find nn Indictment.
In (be consideration of nil charges
you should ht-ur lu mind that thu pur-
son barged or suspicted lit presumed
tu be Innocent until the presumption
Is (iveuomo by competent evIdeiKO,
And competent evidence, docs not In
clude hearsay rumor, or gossip. Un
der somo circumstances It exclude
the testimony of tho portion who Is
I charged or suspected.
ion have authority to summon ns
witnesses In such cases ns you imy he
called upon to Investigate, any person
wl bin Iho JurlsilUllon of thlu court,
It Is proper for you to icqulro Hint
wltnemeH he summoned In addition to
those who huve been brought befurfl
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'E are building
b u s i h e s s,.on these!
suits, they are guarl
anteed to be SUN
and RAIN PROOFS
We have them in
regular sizes also in!
Longs and Stouts
and can fit anyone.!
pcaruiice before you Is entirely voluu
tnry before proceeding to hear his!
testimony. ( I
Tho District Attorney, or his assist-'
nut, will lie ro.id.r. to assist you at till
times in your Investigations, mid lu
the examliui lini of witnesses, ami to
lufoini you as lu thu law. And you
Mill ho at liberty at nil tlmis to up
ply to thu court for further InMrm t
tlona If you find that you require such
Nc'llliir tho District Attorney, nor
his nsslstant nor nny other person
may bo present ut yuir deliberation
or whin you vole upon nn Indictment
Your conclusions, uro not to ho In
flucnced by nuy outsldo Interference.
Any attempt to lirlliu or otherwIsM
lniproHil Intlueucu any incmber of
tho Jury should ho promptly reiiorU'd
tfl thu Dlsliltt Attorney or tu thu
It Is your dut) under your oaths
nnd l( Is of the utmost Importance
that you hhould Keep Inviolnbly secret
till tualteru pertaining to, your wort.
as grand Jurors. And let mo ImptcBS.
iihiu you that thin caution Is no' an
impty ono. It Is given with thu clo.ii
Idea that It Is to bo heeded It In j
eludes (onlldcnllnl Information to,
friends ns well as mnru tt.igiuin ulm.c;
of thu duly, I
Vimr foreman will havo iiuthorlty I A
tcmixirarll) exruso members from at
tendance for good cause, but ut leasl !
rlMeeu or your members inust bu aclu
nlly present when you nro In session
nnd whenever jou vote. An agree
ment of at least twnlvo Is necessary
to Iho Hulling of an Indictment,
I appoint Mr ..' lo
be your foreman. You may sulect u
secretary from among your number
. ... .... ,.., ,
Judge, United Stales District Court.
Honolulu, Monday, April 12, 1UU).
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For All Kinds
arc made on thc.tnost accurate for
mulae, from the finest raw materials
the highest quality of Jena glass by the most
skilled workmm in the world. That is why the
results they Give are beyond comparison with those
of any other lenzes made. For sale by
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
FOItT. BELOW HOTEL
TIIKMATSON' Navigation Bteain
er llllonlan is scheduled to sail
you If you huvo reason tu believe that 'r' Knhulul tomorrow. Tho ves
their tesllmony will bo Important. In be' will take a halt dozen passon
other words It Improper for tho grand gers and a full shipment of sugar
Jury to pi oho matters to tho bottom lo thu Coast. Tho llllonlan recent-
and endeavor to niako tho luvostlgv1 ly dliicliarged u goncral cargo at
Hon thorough nut care must ho oh. .Honolulu.
served lu examining persons who '
themselves aro under mime? charge, orl Bulletin Business Office "Phone '250
suspicion, in ordor that Iho Indictment, Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185
Cakes With Whipped Cream
BETWEEN TIIE LAYERS OF LIGHT SPONOE AND LIB
ERALLY COVERED WITH CHOCOLATE HAVE CARE
IUL ATTENTION FROM OUR BAKERS.
HOTEL. NEAR UNION STREET
Under New Management
YE ARrS & CRAlTS SHOP. LTD., offers the finest se
lection of ART GOODS in Honolulu at REDUCED
PRICES, The famous 0TT0 WIX WATER COLORS are on
exhibition and for-salc.
Paul Elder Book? for every taste and every occa
sion. Perfect Picture Traminc is a specialty of this shop.
Kodak Developing- and Printine; by the best workmen in
Ye Arts and Crafts Shop; Ltd.,
MISS FRANCES K. MORRISON -Fort
Street, Next Chambers Drue; Co.
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EVERY SPARE MOMENT
CAN BE UTILIZED
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Fountain Fens Repaitcd, and every Pen Guaranteed,
A B. ARLEIGH & CO., Hotel nr Fort
COURT IN SESSION,
IBnecliil to Iho 11 ii I In 1 1 ii.)
WA1I.UKU, Muni,- April 8. Ttio
Manh teim or the Second Circuit!
Court lh still In sisslon In WnlluHu,:
Tho euro uf Hliisnluirii Kuwilnrn;
murder In the llrxt ilrano has boit
, o(rup)ln'v llu atonllon, of Iho Jtitj"'
i.iiuoian iiicMiu. eouui) ,iinrii
1 I). 11. Caso Is haudl Uu tho cite for th
1 luuHeruttmi In tiersim while Atlorne
IJoiitliltt frdm Honolulu lias Iron hm?S
! in;: alter Hie Intercuts of the dofenl
i tint Thlu eaie Is llkel) to urciip) gl
Idle C'iriv pari or nmi we-eu as my
proueriillnii Is still on
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j "Wli), do jou Insist on rcadlug;
mill iH'iispiporT ll aiuajs wenii
l to offend xiu."
"Ilecause," answered Slrlus Uurr
Iter. "1 believe lu alvvavs 1iioV.1iic if
Imth Ktili.R of 11 niii-Ktlnn. 1 r.lv mil
t,tut pubtlrattnu for arguments ti'ij
the vvrnni; side "1 Wnslilneton Star,!
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 1851
1V acres at Kalihi Valley, with
five-room cottage. Free water. Hen
houses: stable. Well fenced. local'
place for a chicken ranch.
Also 2.4 acres unimproved, ad
P. E. R. STRAUCHn
74 S. King StH
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