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nVHNINO nt'I.IX.TIN'. TTONOMILU. T It miDW. ,m. 2!, 1010.
Saturday Evening Bulletin
and Star; also Sunday Morning's
Advertiser For Very
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS
Oooosite Fire Station
Under New Management
.YE ARTS & CRArrS SHOP. LTD., offers the finest ie.
lection of ART GOODS in Honolulu at REDUCED
PRICES. The famous OTTO WIX WATER COIORS arc on
exhibition and for sale.
Paul Elder Books for. every taste and every occa
sion. Perfect Picture Framing is a specialty of this shop.
Kodak Developing and Printing by the best workmen in
I Ye Arts and Crafts Shop, Ltd.,
MISS FRANCES K. MORRISON - - - Manager
Fort Street, Next Chambers Drug, Co.
SERVE APPLE PIE AND ICE CREAM FOR DESSERT
AND YOU WILL HAVE SOMETHING GOOD. ,
THE PALM CAFE,
WILL SUPPLY ,YOU HOTEL STREET, NEAR UNION,
. FINDSJJN MAUI
Exonerate Brother Juror;
Burglary And Assault
(Special to tlie tin I let In)
W'alliiku, Maul, April 27. Tho fol
low Ins la tho reiMirt of the Oram! Jury
In Maul for the Mnrrli term including
the true bills found by tliat body:
"Complying with the request of, thli
Honornulo Court, we have thoroughly
ln estimated the cliargo made that a
meniuer of this Grand Jury endeavored
to Inlluence the action of a trial Juror
In the cane then being tried. Wo flnil
that there was m Justification for such
cliarr, and have completely exonerat
ed said grand Juror.
In tho opinion of this Grand Jury,
Mr. Hugh M. Coko acted Indiscreetly
In referring the aliovo matter to Conn-.
sel ror tho defense In the case then be
ing tried, Instead of flmt bringing tho
matter to the attention of the Court.
Thin wo leave to the discretion of tho
We.Beg to report that wo have made
full Investigation of the action of thu
pAHco department In conducting Inves
tigations for crime, at certain stages of
our Investigation, even eliminating all
pcrsoiiH from the Grand Jury room ex
cepting such person being questioned
and wo find from all tne evidence
brought beforo us that no harsh meth
ods have been used by the pollro de
partment In cases under Investigation.
Your Oram! Jury In a body visited
the Jail quarters and found same In n
sanitary condition, nor have no had
nny ovldcn.ee to show that they were
Insanitary at any time. Wo And thirty
one peoplo confined In Jail, either ns
prisoners or under detention, with nlno
cells available for their accommoda
tion. Tho Jail contains thirteen cells
of which tho following nro used for
purposes other than for tho accommo
dation of Inmates: No. S ns a store
room for property of tho Jail! (till
store-room Is evpn ton small to accom
modate Items under the Jailor's care);
Cell No. 11 ns a slecplng-room for tint
guards; Cell No. 12 as an arsenal for
Inasmuch ns we find tho accommo'
(tattons In tho County Jail Inadcquito
Tor prisoners and perrons Held In de
tention, wo recommend that tho three
cells abovo mentioned bo used for tho
nccommodntlon of Inmates of tho Jail
only, and that the attention of the
proper nuthtfrltlcs bo called by this
Honorable Court to tho facts alxne
mentioned, nnd that proper quarters
for tho nrsenat bo provided If possible.
Tho Inadequacy of present quarters Is
such that the only cell held In rosorw
for tho accommodation of any newcom
er Is tho dark eel!,, and without reflect
ing on anyono connected cither with
the police department or the Jailors,
quite Ircquuntly this it irk fell had to
be used where n lighter cell would
havo been the ordinary receiving cell.
Wo have endeavored to fulllll oul J
duty with dispatch and ate thniikriil 'it
this Court and the Attorney (leneral'i
Department for assistance gen us In
our Investigations. Wo feel thnt there
has been' no Justification for several
Inspired newspaper urtlclo. nnd tritit
that this report shall be given due pub
licity for the enlightenment of those
not awaro of true condition.
II. A. WADSWOKTII,
rorcmaii (I rami Jury.
True Bills Found.
Truo bills were found, and Indict
ments returned. In the following
Territory of Hawaii vs. Francis
Armstrong and it. W. Howell; burglary
in nrst degree.
Territory of Hawaii a. Dane Nam:
burglary In second degree.
Territory of Hawaii vs. Marcus Man-
can, Ilccardo Morales, Mcllton do la
Cruz, and Lorenzo Danley; burglar;
In tho first degree.
Territory of Hawaii vs. KIni Young
Koo; burglary In first degree.
Territory of Hawaii vs I-ranclmo
Ortes; assault and battery with a
weapon obviously and Imminently
dangerous to life.
Territory of Hawaii vs. Joe Hod-
rlgucs; burglary In second degree.
Territory of Hawaii s. Jose Santi
ago; assault and battery with n wea
pon obviously and Imminently danger
ous to life.
In tho following cane presented to
tho Grand Jury, after a thorough In
vestigation no bill was returned:
Territory of Hawaii vs. Tain Chong;
assault with a dangerous weapon with
Intent to murder,
JURY IS DRAWN
In tho action brought by W. O.
Smith, ct nl., trustees of tho Hemic)
I', lllshop estate, against ouo Kalclahl
for tjic possession of ccrtnln land nt
Kunaim In Judge Whitney's court this
morning, tho Jury was drawn nnd tho
enso continued until Monday morning.
The land In dispute consists of 11,53'!
square feet nt Kiinana, ill of Unlaw n,
district of Kwa, Oaliu, and tho plain
tiffs claim Immediate possession and
title In fee simple, by purchase, by de
vise under the will of llernlco I'
Jurymen drnwn to servo In the case
were J. J. Sullivan, D. K. Morbid, (1, S.
Harris. J, A, i.Mo. j, l,. KoDinson, n.
E. Murray, C. W. Zlegler. W. A. Hani
hart, II. M. P. Itoso, II. W. Adams, II
F. Vlckers, and P. C. Ilede.
Teacher What lesson do Lin
coln's and 'Washington's birthdays
tench us? Hoy That there ain't
room for nny more of us to be born
In February. Judge.
A Joy ride to''a.roadhouso outside of
San Francisco results to Injury to man
liV'P Iff fm
vtrtr&r fit 1
YplTLL find it a pleasure to
do business here; not only
because ot what you buy, '
but because o! the way uxvsell it to
The illustration is ol one of the?
suits we arc selling for
It. is rich in simplicity and follows ,,
the ideas of the high priced Eastern
tailors. We show them in extensive -variety
of the most pleasing patterns.
your eyes ever beheld.
The price TWENTY DOLLARS..';
NEW IMPORTATION of WHITE GOODS :
SPECIALLY - PRICED - FOR - A - QUICK - SALE - COMMENCING - ON - MONDAY - MORNING
IN MAKING this announcement we are fully alive to the fact that if there is one thing the average Honolulu lady
is well posted as to values it is WHITE GOODS climatic conditions, here make white dresses so popular that
ladies are familiar with the average prices of these goods. Attend this sale and see how much further your
money will go than usual. ,
THE ASSORTMENT IS VERY COMPLETE, the following are what we are going to offer.
"SHERETTE."- The popular Linen Finish Cambric in plain and
checks at'121-2c, 15c, 171-2c, 20c, 25c and 35c a yd.
FRENCH LAWN & CONFECTIONS. . 46 ins. wide, specially
good values at 20c, 25c, &5c, 45c, 50c, "65c and 75c a yd.
CHEFFION BATISTE 46 ins. wide, desireable for Graduation
dresses at 35c, 50c'and 65c a yd.
FRENCH ORGANDY. 42 to 68 ins. wide, always popular, at 20c
30c and 50c ayard.
PURE LINEN IRISH CAMBRIC, 36 inches wide, our own direct
importing, $1.50 quality for $1 a yard. $1.75 quality for $1.25;
$2.50 quality fqr $2; $3.50 quality for $2.75 yard
, "FLAX0N," 36 inches wide, in plain, checks and stripes, at 20c,
22 l-S and 25c yard .
PERSIAN LAWNS, 34 inches wide, much under priced, at 15c,
20c, 22 l-2c 25c, 30 and 35c yard
DOTTED SWISS, 32 inches wide, different size pin dots, at 15c,
20c, 25c and 30c yard
INDIAN LINENS, 34 inch wide, best value ever offered, at 7 l-2c
10c, 15c, and 20c
MERCERIZED MULL MUSLINS, 36 inches wide, highly-finish-'
goods, at 25c to 35c yard
NAINSOOKS, 34 inches wide, our special import, at 12 l-2c, 15c,
20c, 25c and 30c yard
ENGLISH LONG CLOTH, 36 incdes Wide, sale price only, at 15c
20c, 22 l-2c and 25c yard
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100 PIECES of WHITE SHIRTING and DRESS GOODS in checks, fancy patterns and stripes, at 12 l-2c
15c, 20c and 25c yard. " ' DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND THIS SALE
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