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EVENING BULLETIN, HONdLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, APR. 29, 1911.
HARD TIMES FOR
' LOVERS OF HILO
for Infants and Children.
What is Castoria?
C ASTORIA, is n ImrmlcHS siilMiiiiio Tor Cnstor OIF,
Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is
ItlciiHuiit. It contiilnH neither Opium, 3Iorphlno nor
other Narcotic suhalimcu (n'arcotics stupefy). Its
ago i its guarantee. It destroys Worms and nllays
Fovcrlsluiess. It curcn Diarrhtea and Wind Colic.
It relieves Teething Trouble cures Constipation
and Fliittilcncy. It nssimilutes the Food, regulates
the Stomach and HoweKs, giving healthy and natural
sleep. The Children's Panacea The mother's
Tlio r At?" -j J' " ' on every -wrapper
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
"My patleLti luvarfahl? prIo the action of your
Caitotla." V. W. Tumyr, M. )..
lluCalo, K. Y.
"Dnrlnmr mult! practice I know of several
cucl whin) yiiir raatorla u m rrncriU) anil uec.1
WUhcoudrtiulu." K. Mu'miaik, M. .1,
''Yonr Ceitorta la ctrtalnly the grraloet rcnwilr
for clilUrfii 1 J.norof, I knuvr no olLir pro
prietary prtpaialkiu wlilcli 1. 11. i-qual."
II. B. Uvuwintr. M. I).,
Kaou Cllj, Mo.
Children Cry for F
In Use For Over 30 Years.
When tliernionieter Says "It's Hot,"
Thermos Answers " Certainly Not,"
, My contents are ley Cold.
And when Thermometer goes below,
Says Thermos Bottle " 'Tis Not So"
.For "All Is B'ot I Hold."
And they sre both right. Tho latest tiling In Thermos Bottles ! her
wo have them: the pint bottle that we sell you for $2, each.
Cveryboily can use a THERMOS now the price brings them within'
anybody's reach for everyday use. Call and look at the new bottle.
E. 0. Hall & Son
REWCO RYE WHISKEY
AT ALL THE
tinons tiii: usu of an Kt.naTmc fan this hummcu
" I nws your Castoria ami aivlae 1U tMo la Ul
famllK. wliue there are chlljrca."
J. V. UlJilEitl, M. D.,
Tour Casonla la the best remedy In the world
fur clilldrui i.li1 tlio only onu 1 uae and rccoiu-
mtuJ." .Ktu V. Uinuaii, II. D.,
I hiiYO need jour Caatorla ca a porgattre la Ibt
f am. of rlitltlrtu for. Jcua put wllb mo.t happy
vili-u, and folly itidorte H at a aide remedy."
II. 1). Uixmti.M.J).,
& CO., Ltd.,
T . Mmlti frum whole ilmwnllini
At nil WoUn l?tin.tutiiM iiiiii Htorut
Arctic Soda Water WorKs
Plnuotitr Syrup for nut on hot culti-M, nuftlm
vU A ItMlUoi llufiiilnu Itir imtiilu'mtml lr vK'tuiM
A t All UrouurH
PINECTAR SALES CO., LTD.
Costs so llttlo to
run continuously that
you will hardly no
tlee the addition to
tho lleht bill.
Electric Co., Ltd.
(Hpcclal Bulletin Correspondence.)
1IILO, April 24. That the course of
Iruo lovo docs occassional!)' strike as
bumpy a path ns tlio road between
llllo mill Papnlkou Is ilemonstratcd
by thu troubles' which hnve been en
countered, by a couplo or Jnpancso
from Konn, who hao had n Hevcro
bnuch of tribulations during thu past
'wouple or weeks. Deputy County At
Viriiey Ilecn, who handled Iho prose
cution of thu case, last week gavo
thu allegations of the prosecution
about as follows:
Mr. and .Mrs. Takahnslil lived hap
pily togetKcr In Konu, lmvlne been
married for the trilling period of some
nineteen yearn, when one Akloka np
peaicd on the scene and captured. the
affections or Mrs. Tuknhashl. They
agreed to llee to some place where
they could lovo In peace, and accord
ingly an elopement was plannctr and
was carried into execution on or about
March 5. Tho affair was carried but
In the most up-to-date manner. The
wife mot tho young man under some
obla trees, where was also waiting nil
automobile In which the lovors hied
themselves to Olaa, where they took
lodgings In a Japanese house located
In n remote spot near Thirteen Miles,
The following duy Takaliashf dis
covered that his wifu had fled, and
ho Immediately set out, also In an
automobile, to catch her. But ho
made a bad guess as to the dlrcc
lion taken by the errhiR couple, and
started off In exactly the opposite di
rection, finally I'lidlng himself at Ka
walhiic. In tho meantime Ilia police
had been notified, and some cry
good work was done In locating the
lovtrs. As soon as this had been
done, word ni sent to Takahashl,
who Immediately came to llllo, whero
the lovers had been brought, bringing
Willi him Deputy .Sheriff Nahalo of
In the mean time, according to thu
story of Iho authorllcs, the lovers had
become awaio of the fact that thu
pollco wey o on Ihelr trail. In order to
get out of troublo they seem, In their
lgKiraiice, to have made matters u
goo,) bit worse by getting married
Judge Wise performing thu ceremony
Tho const iiuoucu was that both par
tics weie finally arretted on chargca
of adultery and In addition therein
n charge of bigamy was placed
against the lady, the cases coming up
before Judge Kerry nt Olaa last Fri
day. Thu defendants were found
giillly on Iho ndultoiy charge, while
the hearing of the bigamy rnso was
postponed for two weeks owing to tho
fact that IVpnty County Attorney
lleen wns compelled to go In Konn.
INGLORIOUS END FOR
FAMOUS WAR VESSELS
WASHINOTON, April, 1C The U. S.
H. lHiitsmouth, which In 1847, during
thu Mexican war, raised the Stars and
Stripes In Ban Francisco harbor and
"saved California to the Union," Is to
be traiiBferml at a cost of 1 1 10(1 and
used as u quarantine vessel ut Nor
folk, Va. Tim State of California
asked that thu vessel bu sunt to San
Francisco to bu kept as a nutlopal
relic, bi't tho Nuvy Department says
It would cost nearly $23,000. If Cali
fornia and San Francisco want to pay
the expense they can hnvo tho I'orts
uiouth. Tho U. S. S. Independence, which
was commissioned In ISlC as tho
llagshlp of tlio Mediterranean squad
ion mid settled the Darbury disputes,
fa to bo reduced to 'Junk. Among her
famous commanders wore Coniuio
doro Charles Stownrt, kuown as "Old
Ironsides," and Culit. Joslah Tatnall
of "blood Is thicker than water"
fame, who ufterward served In tho
The Navy has tho figureheads of
thu U. S. S. Chesapeake, tho U. S. S.
Chicago, Uiq U. S. S. Dolphin and tho
U. S. S. Vermont. They are splendid
specimens of the now discarded figure
heads weighing from one to three
tons apiece, und would iualte lino
ornaments for public parks. If thu
States and cities Interested mnko ap
plication for, them thoy will bo given
uny, otherwise they will bn destroy
ed. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Entered for' Record April 28, 1911.
From 1030 a. m, to 4:30 p. m.
I'uter Kama I to C Alilnu I
J Kiumhlpu Kuiiiakeu to H 11 Ma-
keliu :.... D
(Veil lliiiwu. tr, to Draco K Mor
ItUliatd 11 Trent ut nl, Irs, to V
N I'utteu Hoi
W II I'atten und wf to Hachel 11 v
rtnehel 11 OUwoii to Ttent Trust
fii Ltd M
(1 1, Hiiuison to A 11 Dondero ltel
Entered for Record April 29, 1911.
From 8l30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
AhiiIiiiii .Mlnaml to Sholchl a-
W S Wl-e tu K Until D
V S Wlsn to K Tnkel D
K ShliuUu to Volcano Htublfs &
Tj-iinspoi t Co Ltd CM
KiiuIiii mid hsb In Mrs Kchemi K
The remains of the late Tom I.. John
Mtti, mayor of Cleveland, O, wero In
lerred In (Inenwood t'emi'ters . Hfook
Ijn, N Y, near the srui of hli old
frhnd, lleniy tl urge
CSkk.. . - . ifiaVa'f4kiai.. . t.-atSHJaww.. ttirM
y rtF'7'1 ' y0 s
Next t' a good restaurant th' hardest
thing t' find Is ylsterday's newspaper.
Ther's many a slip betwixt the blue
prints an' a new house.
The fact that Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters has helped
thousands of sickly people
back to health during the
past 57 years should con
vince jou'that it is the med
icine you need for Indiges
tion, Stomach Ills, Malaria,
Fever and Ague.
For aalo" by Benson, Bmlth Co.,
Ltd.; HollUUr Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chamben Orug Co., Ltd.: llllo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
(Continued from Page 1)
any member of thu 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n stuff
tu any other person than Mr. Camp
bell, who was questioned In tho pres
ence of John Wise,
The reporter spoko to no one else
of the matter until ho returned to tho
ofllco nor was It roentloued to anyone
outside tho Bulletin otllco except
Campbell. And et tho noon hour
hud not passed when two men culled
up the editor of thu D u 1 1 n 1 1 n and
stated that they understood Iho U u I-
lutln was "to roast" Marston Camp
bell mid asked if It could not "bo
Tlicy were told that they wero tho
first ones to learn that the Hullo-'
1 1 u Intended to roast Marston Cump
bell. Ho had simply been asked a
straight question and his response
was a deliberate falsehood.
On thu faco of It Campboll, after
having been Interviewed by tho re
porter, must have spread tho nows
that ho was to bo roasted or some
thing to the same effect,, as no com
ment of this character 'Came from tho
Tho U u 1 1 e 1 1 n Is Informed by
what It considers reliable authority
that Campbell not only wroto u letter
to tho Republican Territorial Com
mittee but he signed It as Superinten
dent of Public Works,
If thU be trill (he letter should he
a lining the diiruuienls nf Ills ufilce und
open to Inspection. If It was n pcr
bonul letter It should also be made
public as It hud to do with public bus
luess, Thu statement Is also made with
equal ussuruiicu that it wns not until
the assurance of this loiter had been
passed that tho appropriation bill car
rying the salary of theSuperinten
dent of l'ubliu Works came out of tho
As Campbell has misrepresented tho
facts as regurds his writing thu letter,
there Is no uuxurnuco that he Is tell
ing the truth when denying the exist
ence of any conditions that might
force Htich a document from him,
PEOPLE- AND PLACES
IN ITS SECOND EDITION
tt Tho first edition of "People and tt
H Duces of Hawaii" was sold out a It
;t week ago. The great demand for tl
tt this edition and tho necessity
t: for filling extra orders has no- St
tt cesslluted running n second edl- tt
It tlnn. If oi: want more copies iX
tt or any of Iho special features nf iX
tho edition kindly place ordnra Jt
XX nOv as Iho flii.il run Is, now being ft
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NEW SENATOR IS
O'Gorman of New York Aligns
Himself Against Bailey
WASHINGTON. April 20. Thomas
S. Martin of Virginia, classified us u
reactionary and put forward as tho
candidate of Senator Jlnlley, has boon
chosen Democratic leader of the Sea
ttle. Among those who voted against
him was tho now Senator from New
York, James A. O'Gormuu, who, In
casting his first vote, aligned himself
with ilie progressive wing.
llenjamln F. Shlvely of Indiana, a
progressive, was elected vlce-chalr-mun
of the caucus. Ho held that po
sition In tho previous1 Congress,
As the nominee of tho Insurgents
for minority lender Mr. ShTvoly re
ceived sixteen votes. Mr. Martin ro
Thirty-eight Democrats attended tlio
caucus. Senators Shlvely, Tillman
and Torrell were absonL Mr. Martin
did not vote.
Tho sixteen insurgents supporting
Mr. Shlvely wero: Senators O'Oor
man, Owen, Kern, Stone, Chamber
lain, l'ouieronu, Davis, Gore, Marline,
Heed, Hitchcock, Myers, Len) John
son, Smith of South Carolina and
Somo Democrats hero declare that
tho selection of Mr. Martin ut mi
nority lender was promoted, rather
than hindered, by tho persistent op
position to him of William J. Ilrynn.
Ileforo Congress assembled Mr. Ilrynn
enmo hero and took an active part In
tho Insurgent progmmmo for con
trolling tho caucus. Ualley'H Indorse
ment of Murtln was violently antag
onized by Ilrynn.
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Possess all the important points
The reputation ol Benjamin
clothes is second to none.
Thev nossess a diurnitv not found
. in any other make
Away from the ordinary ready
made clothes, you have unlimited
choice of exclusive, styles m select
from, and you can depend on the
Kvery garmeiit is made by hand.
Richmond and Mrs. Compton
Before Federal In-
i quisitors. '
I'rnnk A Itlchinond and .Mrs. Jlnry
Coinptiin, tho two principals In the
llllo High School charseH, were cub
m( lined to appear Pcfnre the United
States grand jury this morning und
were placed upon the witness stand by
thu Federal Inquisitors.
Illchmuud took his place In the cor
ridors of the Judiciary building ad
joining tho olllces of the UnlV'd States
District Attorney, with u nuiiiUT or
Japanese charged with offenses ugulimt
tho United States luws- or summoned
as witnesses. Mrs. Compton remained
on thn back lunal of thu Judiciary
building awaiting her call to appear
before tho grand Jury.
The grand Jury plans a thorough In
vestigation Intc,) thu llllo High School
case und will also summon thu girls
who gave testimony at the heurliigheld
by the Commissioners of l'ubllc In
IS NEAR DEATH
Capt. A. L. Hall, a skipper well
known to tha shipping men of this
port, Is leported us near dcnlh's door
tu Portland, Oregon, whero ho lias
been superintending stevedores for
the Portland & Asiatic steamship
company. Ho suffored n severe par
alytic stroke u few days ngo and hn
been taken to tho'tiospltal, whero ho
Is not expected to llvo.
Captain Half has uu exlenslvo lie-
(inalntaneo at every pott on the l'a
clllo Coast and even liuxmd tho Pa
cific. Ho was master of tho Ill-fated
steamship Walla Walla, which sank
In a collision with tlui French liar I;
Max off CiiM) Mendocino on January
2, IDOi, when 31! lives wero lost.
Of this number, 20 wero passen
gers, four oiricers of thn steamer and
12 inombors of tho crew. Tho Walla
Walla was valued at $300,000 ami lier
cargo nt $Ifi0 0U0. At Iho tlmo sho
was nporatnl by tho I'aclflc Coast
Steamship Company between Seattle
and San Francisco.
Captain Hall lias been In tho em
ploy of Iho Harrlnmn lines at Port
land for tho last two yenrs, Ileforo
going there ho was sii'rliit"iidlug
sloiedore tor the mmu liilert.u nt
Yokolnnn. U Is du'iiii .veira old.
Week It It 11 1 1 i'l I u 1 per roe.
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