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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 15, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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CVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THUR8DAY, JUNE 15, 1011.
ffi SPECIAL PRICES
25 DOZEN SjHIRTS
Regular $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00
YOUR. CHOICE FOR. 7 DAYSW
COME EARLY. FIRST COME
During this Sale a liberal discount will be .made on our
entire line. We must have room for new shipments.
7 DAYS ONLY 7
Remember when you uted t' aavo a
clean waitt till elrcui day? Ever' once
In a while lomebuddy agrees with Tail.
Fort Street and Beretania
orta prisoner be left to tho null commit-
I flllT llTn Pniirf staled a member of the hoard
I llwlf Wrl I IllVlr 1 However, there nro very tew prison
LiU If If LjLiUUl'lluU !crH "" Slicrlrr J n recti's lint hut are
uiiiiiik in no something IfKlvcn nn
opportunity to net outside tho forbid
ding walls of tho county jail.
Another mutter that linn Induced
some thoughts of Industry Is tho rcB
ulatlon that calls for hut two meals a.
day to those hoarders at Hotel Axch
who do not wish to cni;aKa In any
form of manual labor. To those who
null thut last nlitht ho succeeded In nave Heretofore licen Joining tho p.irK-
Klvlim an nlrliift to miiiio dlfferences'clcnnlnB biiiiks, thrco Rood meals each the next outbreak,
of opinion bctvv ecn Chulrnian Murray of day havn been served I , ,
the police commute, and Dwlyht of tho Supervisor Low contends that tho
road committee. majority of prisoners at tho county
This morning the Btorm clouds had baMllo are quite willing to do somo
npparcntly drifted away. thing towards a "city beautiful"
Dnlght has practically agreed -that "Send 111 out to the parks," they
.- I lit ..... I.A '
In nn endeavor to knit warring fac
tions, Supervisor Low olllchited In the
capacity of peacemaker, with tho rc-
Chalnnjn Dwlght of tho road com
mittee wanted It referred to tho coun
As tho matter now lands, the pris
oners will probably
In city parks.
Murray and DwlRht will nrrlc at nil,
cinlrublo settlement as to who has tho
right to sign tho vouchers for the sev
eral departments. Low will net as
custodian of the dovo of peace until
(Continued from Paqe 1)
was p1alng the piano, hut Driver could
not remember who tho moilchiu was.
Driver nlsn saw McQunld many
times while ho was Intoxicated, nc-
cording to his statement on tho wit-
nest stand; In fact. Driver's testimony
left the Impression that McQuald was
practically a habitual drunkard.
Attorney Coke nsked Driver who paid
his way down from Kona to nppear
as n wltnest In tho case, anil Driver
replied that Attorney Lorrln Andrews
"had put up tho money." In reply to
another qucMlon he stated that his son
.Volney Driver Is now In 1'ortlaliil. Ore
During the proceedings thN morn
ing Lorrln Andrews, for Mrs Mcfjuald,
placed several wltnosso on the stand
In tho effort to provo that McQunld
has been h habltunl victim of strong
liquor. The llrst witness to take tho
stand was John Aknu, now an Inspec
tor In the service of tho Honolulu
Water Works, He lostllleil to knowing I
the McQunlils at Olnn In 1!I0.1, whlla
McQuald wns employed nt tie planta ,
lion as chemist Aknu staled th'lt he i i i
rc-mcml-ered peeing McQuald drink nt Tllc"ncJ(, wIliicaii.Y Jap incso vvO-
" ,""' ""'"" """ "'"r l"""" mil narnCll aUco,
were Infrequent and wero while the fllr , ..,,,.
",""'" "" """ -Mccjunin, ills lesu, , , ,., .... , .... ...
mnny wns not .1.u.iHglng-o.fnr ns Mc ,-,., . fin , !...,., 1 ,.
her of Instances where MuQullld Is al
iened to have taken too much llnuor.
DRESS IN STYLE
Buy clothing that is
known clothing that is
dependable. Be sure to
get a make that has a
This is the most impor
tant feature for the man
who would dress in style.
This Store handles only
the best of everything.
Men come here for the
first arrivals, and de
pend on our judgment.
i number nt
resumo their labor re,"nl' "n"
vvnn tho fact
hereafter county prisoners will not bo
obliged to work on city streets or
county roads. Murray has been con
verted to tho plan for nringlng out thn
detention squad to labor In the
shout, Tho physician attending them
suys they should ho given exercise.
The exercise would consist In using
rakes and lawnninwers. The parks
clty.wouUI benellt, and those who have ac-
ccst, to them would feel that thn su-
wero doing their duty, but
books, passed by ji former Legislature, with tho parks filled with tall grass,
... ..... , ..... . .. ,..! ...1...I
"There Is a regulation on the statute pervlsors
county voters nre wondering what has gone
wrong with the bonrd. I
"I would like n scttt-itnent of the
friction between tho two chairmen,"
that prevent! tho city
therlff from compelling prsonqrs In
carcerated for, a, year oj under to work
on city or county sirccis. uy mo icc-.i
ter, of.tho law, theso men can remain said Hupervlsor Low. "It Is it sad
vvlihln tho Jail cnclosuro without lift-1 error to havo n squabble In tills board.
Ing h hand, should they so desire," I thercforo move thut tho chargo of the
Quick work linn hoeir done In tho
appraisement of the estate or tho late,
Cornelia Jonea, wife of l'ctor C.
.Tones. According tu thn appraisement
Hied in Hip Circuit Court this morn
ing tho estate Ih valued at JR 905.1')
tho luhprltanco tax duo tho Tcrrllnry
being $37(1.2", frmn which n deduction
of five per cent Is allowed becnubo
Quuld's sobriety wns concerned.
John Vlerrn, formerly a hnckmun,
hut now II chnnrfniir, told of driving
McQuald home ono night from' tlio
Voung 'Hotel when McQunld was un
der tho Influence of liquor. IIo stated
that McQunld was quiet nnd not qunr-
thnt the only difficulty
that his passenger was
asleep when the McKcnzIo home on
King street was reached . .
The samo Incident was testlllcd to by
Mr. McKenile, n half-brothrr of Mrs.
McQuald The oung man related tho
Incident of helping McQuild nut of a
hack, and In response to further ques
tioning stated that during his visits
In the McQunlils In Kona he hud seen
McQuald Intoxicated u number of
Mrs. Hllen II Orenves, a nurse, who
was present In the McKcnzIo bouse
when McQuald Is claimed to havocomo
home "feeling pretty good," In the lan
guage of the hackinau, told of Mc
Quald'H 'arrival at the bouse and thn
usslrtance necessary, to put him to bed
"Ho was curried Into the house dead
dnink," asserted the nurse.
The nurse nlt-o Btnled that she had
een 'McQuald "about thirty times"
while nursing Mrs McKenzle, and that
every time ho had bien drinking'' or
looked as though he wanted to which
&lio said .McQuald vvus vers
Honor vvhllu at Olnu anil that ho wus'
oriinic iriMiucmiy wiiuo on iwiuni. nue
apparently took a sclcntlllc Interest In
(lie problem of how much liquor Mc
Quald could consume, mid, Judging
from her itatement, McQuald biuku
nil records for Kauai or elscwhcic.
The Japanese servant slated that for
the purpose of "testing how much ho
drank every night," she cleared out
all of tho empty bottles In his room
one morning and tho following morn
ing iniiiul twenty-four empty beer mill
whisky bottles on the lloor Mho did
not state that McQuald bad company
that night, so he must he charged up
with tho entire twenty-four bottles as
a result of tho "testing" by the Japan
VK3 woman servant
flereV Something New
diarlED ron usf.
IN THEGC IULANDU
An Electric Buhach Burner
SJMPLE EFFICIENT - SAFE
ATTAI'IIAIILU TO ANY LldllT BOCKKT
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
2185 editorial roonii VZ7M
IiiisIiii'sk uiIIit. Tliesr nrr Hie Isle
phnue number" of I he II ul I el In.
within it Ivvclvo month she said ho did bv going to tho side-
COIDS CAU8E HEADACHE
lvxativis HKUMU-yuiNiNii, re
niovcs the cause, UmvI the world over
to euro a cold in ono day, U. W.
GRfJVii'S siKnature on cacli box. Madi
)vR1S ML'IHCINI! CO. tUInt LuuU U. 1. ,
$3 up to $12
Coyne Furniture Co.
YOUR CREDIT IS COOD
Complete stock of the newest
19 in. wide
20 in. wide
65c per yard
$1 per yard
Black Peau de Cygne and 24
karat Black Taffeta, both guar
anteed for wear and, durability
$1.25 per yard
Great Values in
Sale continues until Saturday, June 1 7th '
, Specials, from $1.75 up
White Serge Auto Coats, plain
and finely tailored - $15
Pongee Auto Coats, braided
collar and cuffs, only one
of each model, from $15
New Toques and Street Hats.
Nice assortment of Children's
and Misses' Summer Hats
SACHS' DHY GOODS CO., Ltd.
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