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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 29, 181 f.
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MEN Bf FLEET MAKE FINE REC0RH
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HcltlnR n ii1rndl(l record, the uien.Koutli Dakota, Mldnhlpmnn Holes of
of th t'urlnc fleet no fnr Imvo mnde noll'ie Jlnrlunit and Ml(1lilitinn Ilntes
trnuhle for thu, police whatever, "f ,hc t'nllr,,rn'' ''" "! ' the
i .. ', , ,. ...!,' Ihlw live petty offlcerH were liliiceil nt
Aa on forunr visit of the rrrther tMolr ,,, yTc. re mw 'p,,,,,
Heel to HiIh port. .Admiral CJmuncey .the streets, vvntchhiR th men from the
riMinii), cpiniiiitnder-ln-chlef, linn delp- cruisers durliiic their Miore llherty. As
RiilM ii penmineiit, pntrol nt police sin- yet no nrrests have heen mnde hy the
lion for tho nunmne of keeping the ofltcern.
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pi-un oi urn community mi rar im the
men of the neet nre concerned. Admiral
Thom.'iH Ih n Htrlct dlKclpllnnflun.
Promptly nt 8 o'clock this morning
I.leiitetmnt A. H lives, V. H. N"., of tho
iruln-i South1 Dakota' npienrcdr nt the
police station, where HIirrlK Jnrrett
nve him iinpi'cl:il apartment. Hero
ho stationed tilmrelf mid KnVo out or
ders of the day to his xuhordlnntc otn
ccth. Lieutenant Hccn In nnslxted In Ills
Enrh vvntch Ih to remain on duty
from 8 it, in. today until 8 o'clock tn.
morrow morning. It In expected that
nliotit four hundred men from each Klilp
now In port will he nil en Khorc llhertv
every day. With the llvo cruisers now
herlhcd, there will he two thouxnnd men
HtrnllliiK nround the Mrcetx of Hono
lulu. According to the record of the oftl
ceri In Lharge, It In likely that there
will he very few nrrcMs made during
work hy Mldhlpmnn Kclley of tho the presence of the men uiliorc.
DOLE SPEAKS OH REVIEW IS
14 I'l It
Declaring' that Ilia plihllc' spirit 'In
Honolulu, oh nindu and handed 'down
hy the dnrl) white wettlePS, Hhould ha
rent up Former Governor Sunford II
Dole uddrCHBed u largo crowd nt tho
Commercial Clilh durlnR tho course
of n luncheon given today In honor of
The old Hplrlt wur one of the moat
vltul 'things In connection with the
well-being of the town, Bald the JuIIko,
mid was one of the things Ihat tho
townspeople should look, uftor and foo
ter In overy way they could. It unsold
be one of the must Important factors
for the future of Honolulu.
During tho courso of IiIh speech
Judge Dolo referred to IiIr recent tra
vels und touched hrlolly an Homo of
tho scenes ho hud witnessed. "Ha also
told of the homesickness ie had Oil'
lug tho time he wuh uway and of the
longing that had come over him to
see Honolulu ngnlli. '
The Bpoacli wns u hllef ono nnd
very general throughout, tho puhKc
uimii iiii'tunw iiuiuk uic iiiuy uiiu (Mill
the speaker dwelt on nt nl'. Those
nlttlne nt tho table with the Judgo
wpre Oovernor Hrear, V. L. Walflrori,
Hon. V. O. Smith, Judgo Henry B.
Cooper, Hon. V. M. llntcli, Secretary
K. A. Mott-Smllli, Chief .tustlco A. 0.
M. Holier! sou, Judgo demons, Dis
trict Attorney It. W. lircckons, M.ir
Mini Hendry, lix-flovcrnnr (leorgo II
Carter, Hon. W. II. Castle. Hon. 3, M.
OFFICIAL CALLS MADE
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J'ncinc Meet; Itcur-Admlrul W. II. Il
Koutherland, conunaiider of tho second
division; Captain llnrlow, ciininiaudlng
thi Cnllfornhi; Captain Klllcott, com
inanilliiK the Maryland; Captain Hnt
steuil, comuiundlng the" West Virginia:
Cnptnln Uennett, commanding the
Booth D.ikota; Captain CJ lit. command
Iiik the Colonulo; Commander W, J
Terhiuie, ihlef of start; Lieutenants
(ihcrmley und Davy of Admiral South
erland's staff; Lieutenant Ileuiireguard,
Hug lltiiten.tnt of Admiral Thonius.
At tho muni ktiitlon the murine guard
was turned out to do honor to tho
commander-in-chief, unit thoVnrty was
received by Admiral Cimles, Lleiiteu
uut Salun, und Lieutenant (luylor of the
Admlrul Thomas piled the local olll
ccrs with many iicstloiiH regarding the
1'enrl Harbor work. It Is his desire to
huu his flagship the llrst vf the larger
vessels to enter Pearl Harbor, as she
was the llrst to poke her nose into (tan
Dlcgo harbor, but It Is not likely that
lie will miike the trip on the llrst round
Whyturn yourself into a
it with every new concoc
tion that come along?
a Nature do the cur
ing, not medicine.
Aik your Doctor If
it not 7hm trtatmtnt for
Caught and Coldt, Crippt,
and many olhtr tilt.
Continuing In her answers, Mrs. Ce-
derlof said that McMuhon did not say
nnj thing after he denied Insulting her.
After shhotlng him Mc.Mnhon put his
lift hand on Ccdcrlofs chest nnd
pii'hed him down.
Andrews then asked Mrs. Cederlof
nuefctlons asked In tho preliminary o$-i
The entire command of gcholleld Bar
racks was reviewed yesterday morning
by Mnjor-aenernl Murray, commander
ufiahoiWcstcrn Division. It was the
llncst1( military spectaclo er t-eeri .ln)N. oi.i, ..j
lr.lilf n.,.1 III- r..n !.... 41... 11 I "
u.ix, ui.i. nv kh, tiuib uiu Keiierui
public misled It Is u matter of regret
to nil Interested In mutters military.
Tho entire Fifth Cnulry. two battnl-
lons of the Kecond Infantry and two
battalions of the First Field Artillery
thundeied through the evolutions of
their respective arms nt n varying pace.
und each organization showed Its best
Altogether It was n most successful
review, the only one of Its kind that
animation. In which she swore
Cederlof put hls"rlght' hand to hi
Continuing again, Mrs. Cedorlof Wild'
that her husband hnd not a iiulclf tem
per. He wns very quiet on that day.
' On Juno 4, this year, Cederlof hnd
assaulted her Violently and she, had con
sulted a lawyer about a divorce.
He hnd never had n Kim In the house.
He did not dfnvv n gun on n man call
ed Krlcson nnd threaten tn kill him.
Thero was some kind of trouble.
LVnhi lit.nl all !.,.. I nt 1.' ,!-
Oeneral Murray has made during tiln tliouarlit Ii was solnethln'g over 'shoot
stay In Oahu. HverytlihiR went off na rrrROn
without hitch nnd without nccldent.
OnliiirulsB next Hatiirilnyanil Hunduy,
DR. BLUE IS UP
IN MILLS CASE
Following a motion filed In the Cir
cuit Court .yesterday afternoon tho
Mills Injunction suit was once more
before the Circuit Court' this1 morn
ing. The reason for (his was tliut Dr.
Ituiicrt Blue bus boon ordered away
mid hu Is one ot tho witnesses called
by Mills, who obtained permission to
make an, examination at this time.
' Mills took exactly the. same course
of,proceeduro as, he, did with Dr. Cur
rle. Ho traced the history of Dr. Blue
from the time when he llrst went into
tho profession und then asked him
questions as to Panama.
; Uiter ho got dowu to the details as
to the campaign hero but brought
forth no fresh statements, the answers
being what Dr. Blue has said from
time to time and what has been published.
ia ana amrnna.
8"EEYHE HOLIDAY GOPBS.AT"1
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YOUNG HOTEL BLDQ.
Hhn had never heard nnythtng about
her husband trying to shoot a man
No "Gun" In Home. l
At the time she heard that he threat
ened to shoot Krlrson nnd when he as
saulted her, Cederlof had never had a
gun In the hoilse. By gun she meant
revolver. Cederlof hnd been In thear
tlllerv nnil'bnil served three years here
rind three in the Philippines.
I ' Kven with all these facts she did not'
think that Cederlof had a quick tem
per. Immediately After Shooting.
j After coming from Olnndt's house,
Mrs. McMnhon said. "Vo'vi have killed
Cederlof, How can I ever forgive you?"
Witness was nt that time right up
against the fence. Hhe did not hear
anyone jay anything. '
Important Latter Produced.
Dreckous on re-dlrect examination
produced a letter written liy Cederlof
to his wife after their quarrel of June
4, In which he apologises for his strik
ing her. The document Ih ii tnnir nn,.
and In It Cederlof 'slnted'tlinl ever since
,the Second Infantry arrived he nnd his
wire nan peen having spats. He stated
further that he had licensed her of not
being true to him,, and the only excuse
hu could offer for this vvas'thiTt It must
have' been his jealousy, Hoag hu wish
ed was In the Antipodes.
I Ho states that someone told him that
,Mrs, Cederlof had Colonel WiUfer down
,to see her. "Why didn't you Wflko mo
juiC writes CedcrJnf, After phllnso
lihlzlng upon the effects of, booze, he
nt lit ex that thu trouble between them
hud been because neither hud. conn-
ibnco In the other "If you have made
up juur uiiiiii i nu i you line someone
better, then that Is something lietween
you nnd your conscience."
Ho ends the letter: "Before 'you make
a decision not to come buck, wait a
week; allow your temper to cool und
reflect anil swallow jour pride, as I nm
doing. Thnt has been the trouble be
tween to) stubborn pride: neither
vyuntmg to give way."
The court adjourned nt noon until
Friday next nt, 10. o'clock, when further
uviui'uei! win oe iaiien.
' ' ' 'eji'jl-. J ' '" """ oi
Kor ii (n!; liill II Kl.t'ooH'ul
Many "of us ttilti tTie" verwesb of
health llud the grind of-dully, work u
,.....!.. .. i, .. jic v r v f11 "lx " '"" me enerBies;ouijinen
"fls' lirln-A&'"Mn4 f 'naicaHHl with llrJKealti.' the
Mriuq is uiiuosi iinin'uraiiiiift'd J-o:
To many men the sustalnlni and In-
vlgoratlng power of drupe. Nuts, has
I I.leut. Itobert U Oliormley, former
ly attached to the California, at pres
ent flag lieutenant on the West Vlr
Klnlu, and Miss Lucille Klzabeth
Lyon of Kansas City, Missouri, were
recently tnurrled at the homo of Col.
Dunlel II. Dyer, uncle of the bride, at
thllt fltv Tim l.nc ...IbK-. -11 -
!..-. ..,. ..v vvni MIB1JC9 Ul HU, OI
Ills old Maryland friends follow him.
mi. AND MUH. 11. C. AQEB left to-
ay for thu I.'enlnsula to spend
1 P Ml i '
iid . t -
rrhanksgivlng as guests at n-'liousc-
party givon Uy Mr. und Mrs. 13. VI,
MRS. CEDERLOF IS
IP'tl M C (' Ui r i,,-i Jli. IiU,ij
tiup Rn pi mi"' 'i i 'iirtai m iss.tip.iK.i.
Vlis (Coptlnued itrom 'Feoa Tiuiiri
giivo in one iurt dlrrernnt otldence
to tliut which she guvo ut the prelim
Imjryfyxainlnatlon whei b epIajrHI
tliu pu-JOon'.jir.. L'eiV'f lf U.tAuIiriite.
The whole of the shooting was. gone
Commencing Mi ctos. examination of
Mis. Cedtrhif, Andrews elicited tho
fact thnt the McMiihons used to rimin
to her house, nml that ever; thing wnsiroiiio,ulmost as n revelation, and thou-
quiie trienuiy lietween them (ill us far
as Mrs. Cederlof -knew.
Waa Very Quiet.
The witness was watering the plants.
McMuhon stood Just outside. He got
up very mildly and wntkeil in ll. .!
I'ederlof said that McMuhon had In
sulted Mrs. Cederlof. McMahon said
that ho had not. Cederlof then lifted
the latch, opened tho Kate nnd steoned
outside. The two men were then fne.
lug one number and Were viry close.
His left hand was on tlm rnifoiuiui t,.i
his right hand was by his side.
leuerlor was n taller man than Mc
Mahon When Cederlof said. "Ymi ll,i
Insult her; I hiivo witnesses Jo prove
It." his hands were In the same position.
Left Hand to Head.
'Sergeant McMahon then drew tho
gun. put It to Coderlofs head nnd llred
twice. Tle slants were ono right after
the other. Between the shets Cederlof
lifted his left bund to his bend and with
the right he tried to catch hold of the
Did Not Change Position.
,"Dld he idiaiiice his position between
tile (list and second whots?"
He did not"
Are von quite sure of thut?"
How long wns there lietween the
"They came one after theother." '
Did Not Speak Agsln.
We hav juet received a mag
nificent lot of Turkeys. Fine,
young and fat. Jutt right for the
Wa will sell them live or
on your apeetal order, Turkeys,
Pigs, Chickens and Dueks. Wa
prepare the stuffing and deliver
the roatted! meat to you just In
tlm for dinner.
sands of lnvnllds have been restored to
vigorous health and strength by tho use
of this scientific food.
A striking lntniict Is tliut, of a man
living at Uivender Hill, R V., London,
"I have been a grent sufferer from
chronic dyspepsia for the past 17 )enrs,
which wns hroughfon by, Improper food
and worry, being an out patient ut sev
eral hospitals besides being treated by
my own medical adviser, netting no
better, but rather worse, I began to de
spair,,, when a packet of your drape
Nuts enmo Into my hands. Kven after
eating this llrst packet I found a, slight
relief from my distressing pain, und
gradually I begun to get well; dorlng
this last winter I have not suffered In
tho legist und liavo been enabled to eat
food, of every description.
"I Dnd thut Grupc-Niits tuken with
hot milk the llrst thing In the, inornlngJ
Is n very great stay, ulwi ngulii In l)u
evening for ten, nnd It has made a last
Ing cure. I liavo recommended It to
niuny sufferers, who. tir? very much
tukt n. with It."
Servo (Irnpe-Nuts direct from the
packet with hot milk, or cold If pre
fen i ,
No rooking renulred. "
"There's a reason," '
Save trouble and buy our nice,
hot, fresh Minea Plea. Just as
good aa youra maybe better.
Wa alto have plee of r all kinds.
' Ounthar'a oelabratad -Chicago
Chocolates and our own make of
t Special eka"ges Vorlhe Holl
i i i,i ,
'ill"' V I
Made to order from Pure
Cream. Any' Flavor.
Wa are completely equipped to
furnlth Cakes, French Pattrlas
Tor the Holldaya, Parties and
HOTEL STREET Near Union
4 I m.
And Six Months Hence
MIE average man buys two
suits per year, but the
average clottiier doesn't know
how the suit he sells will look
six months hence. Very often
if he did he wouldn't tell. How
the suit looks is one thing and
how it will last is another.
How can you be sure ? Iityou
want wearing;; lasting good
ness insist on "BENJAMIN
CLOTHES." We are showing
them in a large range of pat
terns and styles.
A QUIET, REFINED HOUSE OP
American Plan Room with Uutb and
Board from $1.00 a Day
European Plan noom .with Buth from
TOO a Day
Special Monthly Rata
A high-class Family and Tourlet Hotel.
Half block from Columbia Theater,
and on tho edge of the Retell Shop
ping District Every room with, Prt-
vaia nam. romiveiy Fireproof.
W. C Zander, Manager
Reservations made through
RAVEN at JACOB80N
174 King Street Honolulu
(. . aii. njT pin it TVjiTTcnitr
European Pn BLGOa day uj
flew steel and brick structure.
k ratal. In the nnllr ,if th.tr.'nH
I retail district- On car Uses trans
ferring la all parts' of city. Electric
omnious meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recofaiied
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address Trawats" ABC code.
J.H. Love, Honolulu representative.
The COLONIAL, appsale
to persona who know, ho-
tele. In respect to appoint
ments, cuisine and aervlca
thle place la unequaled.
The terms are considerate
with results., ,
Emma, Above Vineyard
Flare roar hnnd on the Dulie of
Honolulu's business world-brbelns;
BecUoa ot the Balletla.
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
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SPEND THANKBCJIVINO DAY AT
WIIHRK THE TUHKI'.Y WIIJ." BE
nOABTED TO A TURN AND THE
SALADS Ul TO THE HiailEST
Rooms and Beard V
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