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EVININQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, DEC. 5, 1911.
IGERMS SPREAD IN KIN Ltafl-SAXflNST
i . oil
Eczema, l'mirliisls, and oilier skin
troubles nre caused by, myriads of
Ecrnis nt wnrk In the Rkln. Unless
Uipbo germs are. promptly destroyed
thoy rapidly multiply, gnawing their
way deep Into tho Vnsltlvo Hibiio.
This In what causes Hint iiwful Itch,
mid what scented n lucre rash nniy
vgrow worse nnd develop Into n loatli
somo nnd 'torturing skin disease with
Its yenrs and yearn 'of misery!
Don't tnko any chnnccsl Destroy
the germs nt the beginning of the
trouble with that soothing nnd clews
Ing wash, the I). L). t). Prescription fo,
Wo liave had experience with man;
remedies for skin trouble but him
never ncjcr rocn such rcmarknbli
cures iih IIiobo from I). I). I). Pro
scrlptlnn. ttistnlit relief from tin
ery first application.
If you hno skin trouble of nny kind
wo certainly advise you to drop In urn
Investigate, the merits of D. D. I).
Wo know Hint D. I). D. will help you
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ION WINS POINT IN
M'MAHON TRIAL; CASE SIM
The prosecution In tho enso nRnlnnt
BerRentit John A. McMnlion of Sclin
flcld Darracks, now being tried before
Judge CIcmoiiM In tho Federal Court
for tho murder of A. N. 'Cederlof, till.
mornliiR finally won out In i-onncctloi
with gelling the Introduction of th-i-unvcrmtloii
that took place bctwcei
Mm. Cederlof, widow of deceased, am
Mc.Mnhon on Iho Bftcrnoon of th
uliootlng. This ns ruled out befun
but Iho Introduction of u nolo foiin.
In the Mc.Mnhon liouso was enough fo
the Judge lo give u different ruling it
Tho main Idea of the prosecution li
having tho conversation admitted a
evidence In tho case Is to show th
frnmo or mind of McMahoii that nft
rrtionn and also lilt hatred toward
people of dark color. Uy the tlmo At
torncy Andrews was through with hi
cro-ts-cxamluntloii of the, witness, Mn
Cederlof admitted that on tho night o
tho shooting Cederlof was nngry wit
Mc.Mnhon 'and said that ho would no
Maud for him talking that way.
Kiillowlng the lines of the cross-e
nmliiatlon nnd Uio statements the.
are asking, the truth of It seems tlm
when they Dually get on with tho dc
fenso there will bo some startling rev
elntlous made that will throw a ta
illfftrrnt light on tho question nlto
gclber. This Is further borno out It
tho fuel that during loth the dlrcc
and i-ro-et-oxiiinlnnllon of Mrs. I'edci
lof this morning McMahoii nnd hi
wife would look at one another nil
Minko their beads when tho wltnet
made nny statement out or tho ordl
nary. It seems that when they tal.
the stand far different evidence ma
Unless mailers are hurried tbroug
more quickly, tho case will drag ov
well Into next week. At present i
largo porllon of tho time Is taken u
by tho Ju'dgo considering matters, an
tho Jury has nlo been excused t.
great many times during tho cas
This may bo nearly at an end now
however, ns Ilreckons thinks that h
has established Jurisdiction wllhoii
any manner of doubt.
Judge Dole on Bench.
Tho further hearing of the ease till
morning' did not start until 11 o'clock
when Judgo demons, accompanied I'.
Judge Dole, cnino on tho bench.
John It. Cult was the first wltncs
culled to the stand by tho prosecu
Hon In order to glvo further tcstl
mony as to tho Jurisdiction In con
nectlon with tho Lellchua rcscrvntloi
and tho Dowsett lense.
After n quarter of mi hour's dellli
erutlou Judgo demon's admitted th
original leoso In connection with Up
estate us offered by the prosecution
Ho Burltd Him.
Jn-diuu I. Tucker was next callei
by Iho prosecution. Asked whether lit
knew James It. Whitney, u lines
stated that he did. Ho added furlhei
that' Whilney was now dead.
"How do you know?" ho was asked
"I burled him." came the unswer.
Mr. Cedrlof Recalled.
Mrs. Cederlof was called to the Mam.
by the prosecution Tor the second time.
Andrews objected to this on the
ground that she had already been ex-!
umlucil. Tho objection was overruled
when tio prosecution pointed out thai
she wns wanted to nnswer questions
about what happened In tho afternoon.
Andrews objected to this ugaln, but
Tho witness told nt a conversation
tht bad occurred In which MeMnhon
made the statement that people with
dark skins wero not his cquul.
Had Strings On.
Later MeMnhon said that seven or
eight years ago Sirs. Cederlor rani
mound with strings on her nnd that
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YOUNQ HOTEL BLDQ.
Mima white man had picked her m
anil given her, a hnme.
Hhu told him that sho would not nc
i ept an apology, and wished that he.
usbiiiid was there to defepd her.
tinder cross-examination) sho ad
dlted that beroro tea sho told Ccder
f about tho Insult. Khn did 'not sn
int sho hoped Cederlof would glvt
fcMnhon tt good licking when In
line ovc for Mrs. McMuhon.
When told of tho Insults Ccdcrlo!
lid that McMahoii had better no
onie up Into his house nnd Instil
Itness, for he would not 'stand fo.
Cederlof wns nngry nt the time.
After Cederlof had been told of th'
iMilt he did not see- McMuhon mill
e came to the gate' Inter.
Vat Put Out,
Mrs. McMuhon had eomo to tho Ce
-rlof house, continued tho wltnesi
tntlng that she w-us put out of th
fiusc by McMahnn and that sho wa'
olng to stny the night and woult
e the colonel In the morning to trj
nd raise money to take her home,
Following on a question by Itreck
is ns to what tho relations wero be
vcen MeMnhon nnd Cederlof somi
mo previous, n clash occurred bo
veen tho attorneys. Judge demon
lied In favor of the prosecution nni
en later reversed the rilling. An
rews objected to statements b)
reckons nnd classed them ns belnr
rejndlclal to the Jury. This finished
p morning's session,
Judge demons at last gave his ver
let In respect to the letter found Ir
le McMuhon home upd 111 which Mrs
'ederlof Is spoken of as it "nigger
ho Judge stated that It was more :
ss clrcumKtuntl.it, but at the sanu
mo he would admit It. Tho lettcrwa,
rst nrrered In evldenco Inst Wcdnes
l'rlvntc Cnllaghnn was placed on tin
tand and stated that he knew Me
hhnn nnd had seen him on the nlghi
I tho shooting. At that tlmo ho win
i the Fifth Cavalry post cxchang
llli some companions. MeMnhon enmr
I mid was asked lo Join tliem. Hi
Id so and they had three or fourdrlnkr
, un Not Loaded.
While they were talking he noticed t
ulgo In Me.Mnhnn'H shirt and reach
ig over to see whnt It was ho found
n empty gun there. Ho asked Mc
Inhon what bo was doing with It and
'ishod the whole matter oft ns a Joke
Cross-examined lifter a motion or
'iu part of Andrews to h.ivo tho ovl
"iieo stricken out as lielng liiitiint-'
'al and having nothing to do with the
tse, the witness stated !hat ho lm
eon drinking sotno on tliut day nnd
'io answers were given to tho best of
Is kunnleilKP nnd heller. Tho gun
as not In u bolster when ho saw It In
Ide McMahon's shirt.
L-ind Commissioner Charles R Judd
'as e'.illed about a quarter past three
'clock, and testified us to the lease of
ho Territory lo the Dowsett Mutate
ml the "transfer of tho property lo
ho United .Slates. .
Lieutenant Holler wuk tho other
vltness called during the afternoon,
ml he stated that to the best .or his
ellef the letter found In tho McMahnn
hum, was In McMahon's handwriting.
Cross-examined ho testified that
'Ic.Maboii had charge of tho surplus
uns of th e'oiupaiiy. Andrews ad;
d lr McMahoii did .not Imvo tho right
o curry a gun, but this question was
bjected lo by the prosecution on tho
round that It was not proper cross
xnmliiatlon. This closed the after
Tho prosecution will finish their
aso this nftcinoon although tho fuct
vlll not bo olflcially announced until!
tomorrow morning In order Hint it 10-j
lew offtho situation mtiy bo tnkon.;
".following this thoro will bo n duys
est In tho prnreedlnR.i altor which'
ho defense will bring Its hettcrles In-'
Captain Onmo, quartermaster, wus
nlnccd on tho stand this nflornoon In
connection with tho further proving
"f the matter of Jurisdiction. His'
"Widened was very short.
Onro more Iho question as to who
llior tho blasting ii'ioriitlnus of tho
city nnd roiinty cmplnycos wus re.i
pnnslblo lor Mrs. Kiod Turrlll losing
her clutch of chickens Is to come ho-1
fore tho courlj. Tho Inst tlmo (he
matter was up It wns withdrawn on
tho lnlatlve of tho complainant.
SEE THE HOLIDAV GOODS AT
BEFORE BUYINQ YOUJt CHRIST
TAKE UP LAND
That more-nnd more Hawaii home
tends are being taken up by Anglo
Vixnns nnd Hint thero Is n steady tie-
land from this einss of people for nil
tie land that Is thrown open. Is the
pinion or Iho Oovernor, who nlso de-i
lores that there Is more land being
iken up by Auglo-Knxons thnn most,
eoptc Imagine. I
In support or this he mentioned tho
let that Iho two settlement nssocla
'ons now being advertised for thOi
Inlku lands wero filled nnd that there
ere more uppllcntlons coming In.
he government hoped to soon he able
i obtain folno private land adjoining
io present land, which would also
o thrown up Tor the associations. t
Up I" Iho e'nd or the Inst llscal year
'le figures In relation to the home
tends havo been ns rollows! tlwG
nvo gone to llawnllnns, GUI to Tor
iguese and 71" to Anglo. H.ixnns.
luring the last fiscal year 132 were
iken up by Hawaiian, 17 by I'ortu
ue'se and 2.1 by Angln-Hnxons. "Tho
erccntngo or land that Is to be taken
tp 111 the mturo by the Anglo-Hax-ins
will be even larger, ns Mr ns I
'nil make out," said the Oovernor. )
Itererrlng to the statement made by
toy Rtnnddnrd linker. In tho Amerl
nn Magazine, that the homestendlng
nnd was nil above tho cane land, Ilia
lovernor acquiesced with tho state-'
nent, but nt the snmo.tlmo pointed
oil that In most Instances It was bet-'
er suited Tor liomestendlng than any,
ther land would be. and Instanced
Mid like tho Haiku lots, which
elng pined on the market nt
They fit nny machine,
nnd outwear nny otltcr re
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88 KING ST. '
When tho Federal ourt oiicned up
'lis morning .lodge demons took up
wo small matters before proceeding
rllh tho Cederlof murder trial, The
tst thing to crinc up was that of t'lo
ppolntment of a bailiff nnd Sydney
Imlth wns sworn Into tho position.
Following this Ooorgo SI. Curtis,
(ho wns arrested some tlmo ago u li
ter Indictment by tho Kodcrnl grand
iry for smuggling opium, npplloil
hrough Judgo George Davis for bU
ond money to be lnncrcd to ?:',.
udgo Divls polntbd out to tho court
hat Curtis has been 111 Jail slnco
uly 20. Tho mutter wus granted,
"erry Moreo going surety.
Curtis was one of tho men taken
ft tho steamer Arizonan of tho Amc-
Ican-Hnwallnn lino and haa beet
valtlug for lily case to conio up ever
Thinking that sorno of their rela
lons nnd friends might bo on Lonrd
ho Rteainer Wlllcsilcn that an I veil
Sunday 'Inst wllh linnilgrants a mim
ic r of tho Portuguoso nnd Spanish
nborors at fcwa pulled freight Inst
light nnd hiked Into town. On nrrl
nl hero they could not find their way
io tho ship nnd so camped on Iho
Jocks nil night.
T,hls moi fling (hoy mnde an attempt
o get ,lo tho WllltEdeii but tnfoi-'
tunntety for them they had to Ires
i.'.ikb on Keilcrnl grounda lo do so nni
wero Inm'eillately nrrcnted. Thoy
-.veto afterwards takon hoforo Com
nlhsloner Oharlcs R. Davis nnd on hU
irder wero released on their own rec
Somo of the women hui llltlo chll-'
lren with Ihoni Hint they must h.ivu
e-nrrled nil Iho way nnd nlso kopt ou1
en Iho docks nil last night.
Sllvn, known ns tho "I'linclibowl
Jlcnion," who wns tho leader of tho
party was not ullowesl out ns uccoid
Ing to tho statemonts nindo ho stolo
1 boat to convey them lo tho ship.
IN AWFUL CONDITION
A native man charged with wilful
neglect of his children was up hoforo
Judgo Whitney yesterday. Tho chil
dren, whoso mother Is dead, nre, re
ported to bo living In titter tilth with
their bodies rovorcd with sores. As
thero has been no ono to cook for
them they have been dependent upon
Russian families In tho neighborhood
for food, It Is said.
Tho father proniisod to send them
to relatives nu Maul as soon as suf
ficient clothing could bo procured.
Tho 'Judgo ordered him to tnko tho
children to l'alama Sottlcmcnt to have
their' sores dressed.
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Visit the-lsltimlH iivxt-siiininer. i
KvoryllihiR Is not Kiild that Rllltcrs
mil necordlnR to l'mid Coinmlssitonbi'
liwnrd II. Illani'linrd nil Roods uio
not mndo wlicro Uio label states llioj
i.re. At least this Is what he I3 tlilnk
Iiik Just nt the present tlmo follow
Iiir 011 the illseoery of ecrtiilu uillrlej
branded on one sldo "Made In Japan"
nni on Iho other "Mado In I''allce.,
IIIh attention was called to Iho
natter some llttlo tlmo oro and ur
(iiIiir a courso of InvebllRatloiig ho
dlfrorcrcil that 11 eoitaln cl.iss of ar
ticle that was bcliiR Imported fiuiu
.Inpau and Imnlced throiiRh tho eui
touiH hero ns liehu; mado In tint coun
try liuil maiks bIiowIur that It was
most likely maJo In oltlicr franco or
ilermnny. TI10 nialtar has been 10
lorrcd to the nuthorllles at WushiuR
ton ns it la a Federal ono und Illnti
chard does not know JuaL exactly whst
r.ctlon will ho taken In connection
AclltiR on hh suspicions; ho hnnliel 1
up 0110 hlilpinent of Roods nnd will not
nllow It to ho taken throiiRh Iho cut
loins until ho hears from Washing
ton. K111111 what he cm llnd out ho
thinks Hint Iho articles aro mndo In
cither Kronen or (lermiiiiy. shlppod In
Japan and thero lclabelcd for export.
This is horno nut by seeinl fuels.
KJrst of all ho does wit think dhat tlia
Japaneso can limnufacturo tho Rraiio
of material that Is IicIiir Imported m lay.
Il takes many jcars tif otlM-rlenco lo
pmdiico tho oven nrllclo that Is beliiK
Km ther than this cm ninny of tho
bottles that nro comhiR In ho Anils
marks which ho knows lo ho Ueiuinn
and Krcnch. They nro llttlo trade
marks Btnniod Into Iho plajs In ninny
iuslances and evidently overlooked by
the exHirler8 ellhcr throiiRh cjrcless-
ncss or iRiiornnre. In 'some linlnn
fcs thoro nro two l.ibelji on Iho pric
ket, ono show Ing that tho Roods nro
Made In Japan and the nlher stat
ins lh.it they nro mado somewhere
WAS A BIG SUCCESS
There nvna a rehearsal of tho mln
slrol troupe with tho orehos'ra. at liie
Opera liouso laht nlsht and tho aUtilr
i cut off wllh a precision th.it was
prnUeworthy. Thero wns not n hliiRlo
balk ilnrliiR Iho two und half hours
iho boys wero on tho stage It was
In order that Iho soiiRt and rirs he
almiluloly ptifict that tho ichcanial
Wednesday night there will bo a full
dress lehearsol altu with Iho orchestra
Mul on Thursday night tho curtain
will Ro up on ns Rood 11 company ,is
has been seen hero In many jujrA
Ml of Iho nmatotir features and fall-
Iiirs seem to havo hcon ollnihnlod
und Iho boys will bo as near piofes
hIoiiiiIs us tho heart roubl wish for.
Tho sale of son!? has been encoiiniR.
1:ir from Uio atari; tluiso who havo
IioiirIiL and nut hud their tickets ex-
chatiRed nro requcslcd lo rail nt tho
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