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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, AUG. 9, 1911.
1"6cafgo )wullko lias kIvcii ii IiIh Job
working. fr the Hovcrnnicnt mill hnH
hoIiI ull bin properly, Kiiulll Ik said
to have appropriated unto hlmiclf 1120
out of the $200 Kwnllko'H property
brought. . j
D. M. Kunllt In nt the lirml of tho
pnclety arid In tin- high priest. One of
I the wouu-n living with the .ect nt the
Itorpftptlt tlm,, t Mia I'lllnn ujlin nwim
'.. ,j ', ' , , ... ..',.' lot of property, nnil the police lie-.
-Thernk rellRlou. tect which holds evc H,)e ', ,ha '
Itj meeting In Katrattl lan, off Pen- Thc Investigation will lie continued
Kacola Btrcet, In In trouble at the pre- today by Kellett.
ent time und three of"ltn adherents nrel
In Oahu Jail awaiting investigation by
the police. 1 1 '
Sergeant Kellett made n raid on the
place yesterday and, surprised a tow of
them, with the result' that t). M. Kun
III, nebecca Ulll and. George Ewnllko
ore booked nt the' station.
.Complaints have been coming In to
RherlnT Jarrett for some time concern
ing this religious sect; and Kellett wn
put on the case yesterday, the result
being that he arrested the three per
sons already .mentioned.
(Continued from Paq 1)
"There certainly seems to be some
thing wrnnif when the city Inspectors
'can not make them comply with the
Some of the charges made ore very regulations. During the time I was
serious, one of the complaints being looking after the place, five or slxears
made by Miss llundo, sister of the wife ngo,,t had fairly good proof that one
of Ewnllko, who left the society after of the Inspectors was accepting fish
It hod stripped her of all her belong- and meat from the stallholders. As
Ingfc. thls amounted to the 'same thing as n
Miss llundo says that when she Join- bribe, I ullsmlsscd him on the spot. I
ed tho Karrattl lane society she had to nm not saying that any, of them are
pay an Initiation fee of 15. Others had doing this now, but someone should
to ;pny from 110 to 120 for the oppor- see to It that they have thoso screens
tunlty to be purllled. Miss llundo ulso kept down.
stated that she paid 30 for prayers "It Is a peculiar thing that whenever
Which the priest said would cure her either myself or Mr. Charlock go down
sickness. After the prayers she was there, there Is a general scurry to lift
led to an altar, where she was told to the screens down and put them In their
burn her clothes, as It' was the only right places again. It simply amounts
woy of killing tin disease germs. to this: If the city nnd county can not
She then was told to get rid of all control It, then wo will send our men
her furniture., the proceeds of which down nnd also pass a stringent regu
were (o, go to the society. 8he ac- lutton dealing with the matter. This
qulesced. Many other strange things latter power was Riven us by tho last
were tohJ her. I Legislature. We ore not going to stand
Willie Kwnllko, brother of the lead-' for any funny business. The work has
er of the society, wns a member of tho got to be done or we will take It over
sect. lie has gone through the same and see that It Is done ourselves."
process as the others "and now feels i s
sore over It. I Wkl? Dsllelltll Mr mr
Local contractors, somo of them nt
least, believe that ohla block pavInK
should be given a thorough try-out
for street purposes, and advocate the
ohla blocks 'be used to pave tho two
blocks on Queen street between Fort
nnd Alakea streets.
Tho board of supervisors Intends
to call shortly for bids for this pav
ing, and It will be watched very close
ly, for the hoard Is In a way on trial
for results now, partlcuarly on road
and street Improvement.
Queen Btrcet has to carry on Im
mense amount of heavy trnlllc to nnd
from thc docks. It Is now paved with
bitumen laid upon six-Inch concrete
base. This was put down eight years
ago by Iml, Uolser and lloogs. W. H
Hooks was asked Oils morning what
changes In tho street would be ne
cessary to pavo It with ohla 'blocks
and rallied that tho bitumen would
have to off but that the blocks could
'then be laid upon tho concrete base
"Queen street Is an Ideal place for
testing oil I a paving," he said, "but It
should ho laid with the blocks from
a half-Inch to three quarters of an
Inch apart In order to glvo horses n
Paving Is likely to play an Import
ant part In the city's Improvements
this year. If the tests of ohla blocks
nre successful,. It may revolutionize
much of the present methods of street
construction. It has given satisfac
tion under cover, hut never been fair
ly tested In the open.
Tests and Tests
The Government chemist made a test ot our ice
i i)l 'iSi11 'ast Friday and claims it contained only 3.6 per
cent, butter tat.
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Previous to this he tested our ice cream and re
ported that it contained 13.4 per cent.
Since the test first mentioned he has tested' again,
and reported 14.5 per cent, butter fat.
What does this mean?
1 To us it means that the, chemist, either made a
' mistake, or else he is the veriest- amateur and unsafe in'
the important position he. novv holds.
Why are we so bold as to make this statement?
Because we are absolutely certain whereof we speak.
We do now, and always have, made the richest and
best ice cream in this city. Our patrons will all testify
We do now, and always have, used pure cream as
the basis of our ice dream.
We do now, and always have, used the same recipe
for making our ice cream, and it is impossible that a test
..should show 13.4 per cent, one day, 3.6 per cent..
V-. . another, and 14.5 pei cent, the next day. '
' The chemist has simply made a mistake, and has
.:'. not the courage to admit it.
U'J lf -L-ll .L r .. L .
vvc uiiiiiicugc 111c vjuvci iiuitMii uiiciuisi iiciw or uuy
other time to make a test of our ice cream and find it
-.... We challenge the Government chemist to produce
any proof that our ice cream ever tested as low as 3,6
per cent. or 10 per cent, for that matter.,
In making this challenge and in questioning the
competency of the Government chemist we fully realize
that we are laying ourselves open to prosecution the
first opportunity he can find, but we are not worrying",
thank you, for we know what we're talking about.
niHIMw!rM r 1 """iff 11 1 T m Hi'mr' VI
1 zmmmttfjfir-A $i'SP?sa
bit ft ! vjml. 'ViwmmMm tarn
IM: fair 't'ifflSIimML
M&&&A& villi' UM m III la ' s
h mm-Wmm mm m
l illli l '
We say "Sensible Clothes,"
because this store does not
carry " Freak Styles " the
kind that appeals to the wearer
but a few days. We sell the
a line with a "gilt-edge" reputation.
When a suit leaves our store bearing
their label we are satisfied that, we
have made a permanent customer.
Drop into the Store, and let us show
you what is proper this season in
Six-day, March For Two Com
paniesLatest News From
Momlii' . iiiurniiiK fmiiul O nnrl 11
uiiipanU'H from Kurt Hliaftvr on (lie
mill to Wulpsiliu nt for u (.Ix-ilay
'like "miller" ruminuml of i-'lrnt Men
tenant flrnliain. Mlklnit hiiimiii It, Just
now In full lilnoni iiinl tin- "Briivet nul-;
liitnrH" of 1'ort Kluiflcr nro I'lijfiylnn
llieuiHi'lvvH liy wnlkliiu nrnunct tlw ln
Innil of Oaliu 'Vcelir llui hIkIUh." Tin',
MiMlerH iiimlii Wiilpalm tlin llrtt iluy
mil on till- following il-iy mnrrliiil to
I'ook'H riinrli. Mime mile nnil'nlinlf out
of riclmlli'lil llurnii'ks whero they will
rent for ii few il.iyn. n l'VUIny eanip
will lio broken nnil n innreli. iimiln to
I'earl city; then on .Sntiinl.iy" tliey will
start on llui honu Ktreteh. Cniiiiuiiy
It Im rouiuinnileil liy I.li'Utniinut lloweii
fiuil Company (1 lnw Lieutenant (li).i
li'ain iih lis roiniu.iniler,
Buford Takei Few.
Willi tlie ilop.'iiture of the Iluforil
InHt Monilay for tlm Htntfn, I'oit Hliaf
ter lost Homu of lt oliltlnierH, K.n-li
company parteil t. It It u few! nml (liu
men left lielilml In the post wish them
ii kooiI Journey ami n pleuMiut return
to rivll life. I'lilh lioal take.i n hikiII
portion of tlm folillera, ami when Jan
liar) eoiniH uml the entire liattiillon ile
pnrtH for the malulauil, hut few of the
Mil fiicen will Im yeen,
Sergeant Phillips Leaves.
Amout; the pagem;orx of the ioi
to leave on tho Iluforil win Quarter
m.iHter-Hprwniit 1 lilll 1 1 nul wife-Seri--eniit
1'lillllpx -Ii.'ih lieen with the
lUaitermaxtiT'h ileartineiit'nt tlitHpost
for neveral yeard nnil IiIh leuvlir; Ih
reifietleil liy nil who know him. Her-Ki-mit
1'hllllpi will report nt Kort Me
Douell, pemllui; iiHVlKnmeut, unl to
.iliow IiIh ilevotlon to the Twentieth he
Iuih nBkeil to he nsxluni'il to I'ovt HoiiB
laB, the iintlelpaleil lliuil, ile.stlnallim of
Hie Tw. iilh til. bo Hint lie eaii hi) with
liix ulll rrlemlH when this Initiation ar
rlyi II" re In January next.
Fuhrmann Replaces Phillips.
Sen-i'.inl S. I'. Ii l-'iihrniaiiu biic-n-rilB
riilllliM In 'the iiinrti'rmnti-r'H
ileparlinent. 0. M. Seir.ennt Ktilir
maiin nrrlveil from tlm Staten uhnunl
the l.irt traimpoit. lu'eompanliil liy liW
filiialy, ami Iiiik taken up qua! tern In
Sport nt the Post.
Ilaxehall fevir lit Kurt rihnfter Just
now In about Ml ileiireex above Hummer
heat. Ilanlly u ilay paHBOH but what u
name Ib imleil nit between one com
pany iiinl nnother. Some hot emnt'H
hn" been eonteBleil uml lunch real en-111111-1
r? m li t-liiiwii. It Iuik been tnlk
eil i-l Hi. n a crlen of KiimeB Bhoubl be
'pl.-iyeil between lumpaiile. for rlinin-
plniiHhlp of the post, but iii to ilate no
headway Iuih been nimle. It Ih the ile-nIi-o
of the men 111 the punt that thin
KerU'H Bhoubl be workeil on(, anil Borne
one should take the matter hi hnml, I
Non-Commitlioned Staff Changes. '
firKeniil John Wlkanibr Ib now In
I'luirKti of the eonimlSBary ilepartment
ii place of Sei-(?eaut IVmik flortc. Kir-
Keant Wlkiiiuler ami IiIh family have
iitm Ins In the poit.
Sei-Reant Win. Mle;:el of the onl
nance ilepailmeiit luieceeileil Serneant
Ii WllllauiH, who left for the houie
laml on the lust iriluort. Serjeant
.Sleeel lias now iimhiiiiiciI comiiiaml of
the uYpartimnt that "iaekH Bliella for
the reveille bum."
Battery Makes Stay.
llattery II of Klejil Artillery from.
Schollelil ItarrackH nrrlveil nt Port
Hhafter on l-'rhlay last uml Btnyi-il over
until Mnniluy. Tho men were broimht
lii to take out Rims nml horni-H. While
the men were In the pint they hail n
Jolly time ami cirtilnly inaile kooiI iibh
of the hlK swlmiului; tank. The K)'U1
ii.ibIiiiii wan also imeil to a llnlsh. for
thcHc things are new to the men from
Selmllelil. The solilIerB of I'ort Shat
ter Were Klnit to- Bee the fellowH ell
Jo) Iiik llieniBelveB wlillo here. ami. In
fact, nre alnayH Kl.nl to have them
lome In nml Join in the Bport.
Price Complete with Leather Case
BROWN LINENO. LINEN PONCCC
'and BROWN HOLLAND
.,.'.....'.- Illfl VAl.UMH IN $H
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. - , ' -""!3i lTH.lljll V(3,IC .,'.''"' SACHS' "Evcrytbins Photogrophic" Fort Mow Hold . W
Hunt elder and beer, nccirdlni; to
the Ilnrrc police, played a prominent
part In tlm ilea'li nt Ilnrro, VL, of
.lulin McAutcy, a iii:ni yin'iii
FAMINE IN BABIES
Birth Rate Far Below Normal
in Home of Millionaires.
l'ASAl)i:NA. AtlKiwt 1. Thin city of
inllllnuiilrcH uml iiiiiltl-tulllliiualroii In
facluc u fatnlnu In babies. With a
population of 10,000. only fnrty-eli;lit
blrtliH am the record fur July. . Ac
cording tu u IcndlliK pliyHlclalt, llui
average for it city of tills xlzu sliimlil
lie not lens than :100 babies u moutli
and r.OO would be about the rlitlit 11k
urc. I'liyslclaim have been BtudyliiK tlm
Kltiiatliiii nml have gathered data
which allow .that the birth rati- here
Ih lower bv fur than In any city of
similar size In America, tliuiinh tho
piiipoitlnn of marrliiKo Ib fully tip
tu normal. One hundred and llfly
IdrtliK In it iiiontli laKi" December Ih-
line laiKt-M oiiiuoer ever Known ui're,
'Children are most mimermiH on the
oiilfcKlltH. where tlm middle clusreit
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