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THE HAWAIIAN SfAH, TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1907.
THREI KICKAPOO REflEDIES Wc have a complete line Sagwa Oil, Wormkiller and Salve. These Indian remedies arc used all over the world and cures arc guarantted. HONOLULU DRUG COMPANY. Agents Honolulu. Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd GENERAL STATIONERS, MUSICAL AND SPORTING GOODS. 01 to 71 Kins Street, Honolulu. Fire Insurance! Atlas Assurance Company of' London. New York Underwriters Agency. Providence Washington In surance Company. THE B. F. DILLINGHAM CO., LIMITED General agents for Hawaii. Fourth Floor Stangenwald Building. W. 8. Irwin & Go. AGENTS FOR THE Royal Insurance Co. of Liverpool, Eng. Scottish Union & National Ins. Co. of Edlngbuu , Scotland. Wllhelmina of Madgeburg General Insurance Company, .omraerclal Union Assurance Co. of London. T, SHIMA THE DYER. CLOTHES DYED AND CLEANED. All Work Guaranteed. Suits Cleaned and Pressed, 60c.; Toledo, J75o. No. 1350 Fort Street, near Orpheum Theater, Honolulu, T. H. Y. ?) SING- CO. GROCERIES, FRUITS, VEGETABLES, ETC. California Butter, 40c. lb.; Cooking F.utter, 30c. lb.; Island Butter, 35c. lb. 1186-1188 Nuuanu Street. Telephone Main 238. Box 952. Telephones Residence, White 861; Office, Main 298. GOMES' EXPRESS CO Furniture Moved With Care to All Parts of the City OFFICE: 716 FORT STREET. Near Queen, opp. Hackfeld Building. COMPANY, LTD. Sole manufacturers and Agents of Genuine Kola Mint. (Don't buy poor Imitations.) PHONE MAIN 71. & CO, LTD, QUEEN STREET. HONOLULU. H. 1 AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono mea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar Company, Walluku Sugar Company, Ookala Sugar Plantation Company, Fepeekeo Sugar Co., Kapapala Ranch. Charles M. Cooke President Geo. H. Roberison..'V-Pres. & Mgr. E. Faxon Bishop.. ..Treas. & Secy. F. W. Macfarlane Auditor P. C. Jones -. Director C. H. Cooke Director J, R. Gait Director All of the above named constitute the Board of Directors. Ill I 1D1IILID J. P. COOKE, MANAGER. OFFICERS: H. P. Baldwin President J. B. Caatlo let Vice-President W. M. Alexander.., 2nd Vice-President L. T. Peck 3rd Vice-President J. Waterhouse Treasurer B. B. Paxton Secretary W. O. Smith Director Sugar Factors and Commission derchants AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Com puny. Haiku Sugar Company, rata Plantation. Maul Agricultural Company. Klhel Plantation Company. Hawaiian Sugar Company! KnliuHu Plantation Company. Kahulul Jlatlroad Company. IjalMbaU Haneli Qrorny, Iohqu lUnah, ELECTION OP OFFICERS. Tho annual mooting of the Quon On Society was hold on the 1st Inst. Tho new officers elected for tho ensuing year aro as follows: Loo Wo President Goo King Vice-President Lum Get Chew Chinese Secretary LeongBew ....Asst. Chinese Secretary C. P. Kwunyeu English Secretary Ching Sing Wo. Asst. English Secretary Y. Anin Treasurer Hee Lum Asst. Treasurer J. Chan .....Auditor Lum Hong Auditor O. P. KWUNYEU, Secretary Quon On Society. SATURDAY, AUG. 17, AT 1:45 P. M, AT 3:15 P. M. SL LOUIS VSJPI HERDS FOUR GOOD TEAMS! TWO GOOD GAMES! Safe Deposit Vaults Safety Deposit Boxes and Safes for rent from ?4.00 a year upwards, Access to Box any hour of the day from 9 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. -Saturdays, 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. Private rooms for use of Customers. Corporation, Lodges, or Societies renting Safety Deposit Boxes from us have the free use of our Board Room, on the second floor, for business meet ings, upon giving us 24 hours notice. mm 924 BETHEL STREET. Apse put Fire E The all Important Question at present is CAN A COMPANY MEET AN OTHER LARGE FIRE? WHEN RATES ARE EQUAL SELECT CONFLAGRATION PROOF POLICIES. We handle no others. Agents for Aetna of Hartford; National of Hartford; Citizens Ins. Co. of Missouri. Guaranteed by Hartford Firo Ins. Co. flowers Why buy your flowera elsewhere when you can get It for half rate at my Nursery? Astors, Daisies, etc., 3 bushes for 25 cents. LEN CHOY, Beretanla Street, corner Smith. GOOD8 NOW HERE We will soon bo ready for business. Watch for our Announcement. HAWAII PHOTO & ART CO. Fort St., near King. un lis. mm 4 Castle Me WAVE OF GRIME IN NEW YORK AND BERLIN A STRANGE AND REVOLTING SER IES OF ASSAULTS WHICH ROUSED THE PEOPLE OF THE TWO CITIES TO A FRENZY OF INDIGNA TION LITTLE GIRLS VICTIMS IN NEARLY ALL THE CASES. NEW YORK, July 27. Uy tar the a sentence, aud begun humming a worst period in the wave of crimes a- tune. gainst women and children In this city She was placed In charge of Mrs. was reached yesterday. No fewer than Wells, the matron, who sent for Dr. six cases of this character were made Clarence N. Piatt, the Jail physician, public. Two of them were of atrocious He found that Miss Barrlgh was suf charactcr. The notable instances re- ferlng from a number of bad brulsea, ported were: and that she had been terribly mls- Vlrglnla Ida Barrlgh, seventeen years treated. She was out of her mlna old of No. 110 East 79th street, kept most of the time, but with short lucid prisoner three days near North Leach, intervals. L. I., by a band of men and terribly At the jail she told the story, piece ill-treated. She lied at night and Is by piece, of how she 'had been met by insane in the Kings County Asylum. a man at Elghty-slxtn Street Park, Annie Fowkowskl, five years old of and enticed Into a boat. She said that Linolcumvllle, S. I., found unconscious tho man had then taken her to North and dying in the hallway of her home Beach, where he was met by eignt by her mother. Joseph Macwyak is other men. Where they took her she under arrest, A mob tried to lynch seemed to have only a vague idea, but him. conveyed the Impression that she had Angelina Santangel, thirteen years been carried to some place and held old, of 108 Cherry street, kept a prisoner until Bhe made her escape prisoner three days In a tenement Tuesday night, house. Pasquale Morale is under ar- rjy words she let drop from time to rest charged with abduction. time when she was lucid the officials Ellen O'Shea, five years old, of 121 gathered an idea of tho horrible treat East 88th street, attacked by a man In met to which she had been subjected a hallway. Jacob Neuman, ilfty-two wnji0 jn the power of the nine men. years old, is under arrest. That she had survived the ordeal wua Peter Corteres of 2021 3rd avenue, u matter of wonder to those who heard under arrest charged with attempting her story and saw her condition, to entice twelve-year-old Goldle Gar- The officials at the jail telephoned man of No. 215 East 86th street into the name and address of the girl to his home. police headquarters and Alexander Katie Teitschler, eight years old, oi Barrlgh, the father, visited tho prison No. 349 East 13th street, Is missing and Thursday morning. The police mes- Is supposed to have been abducted. Mother Is In a critical condition. Exceeding in Its details and disas trous effects any of the numerous at- tacks upon women and girls In this city recently is the experience of VIr- glnla Ida Barrigh, a pretty, delicate girl who resides with her parents at No. 410 East 79th street. In the power of nine brutal men for three days she was beaten and misused in such manner that she Is now in tho Kings County Insane Asylum a maniac. Her body Is covered with bruises and scars, Mentally incapacitated from telling a connected story of her terrible experl- ence, there are certain portions of her ordeal that can only be surmised. She became separated from her brother and sister Saturday afternoon There have been thirty-seven at in the park at the foot of East 86th tacks on women and children in one street. She was not heard of again until Wednesday morning at 3 o'clock when she ran down the hill, and ham mered wildly at the door of the Vic. torla Hotel at North Beach, Long isianu, ueseecning me proprietor 10 protect her, as she was pursued by a band of men. When she appeared at the Victoria Hotei ner doming was torn to snreus anu coverea wim miyi ana airt. She wus u iiiusB oi uruises ana scars irom head to foot, and her mind was evi. aenuy completely unuamncea. FranK vavano, proprietor oi ine victoria wo- tel. gave her a room for the balance of l"U "'fall. vveanesaay morning at 10 o'clock Captain Calalgan, of the beach police lorce. wno is aiso a aeputy sneritr. was driving along tho beach road when he saw a woman run out to the end of the coai pier ana piunge into the water, which at that point Is about fifteen feet deep. Thinking it was a case Of suicide, the captain whipped up his horse and start- pri rnwnrn thn ntr nafnra 1n in..U " vuum reach the scene, however, the girl uuu. auu Bimitu running down the beach Callagan pursued, Ii li f it nrn n vint . m4 II 1 .1 t a uut . uui uuui Olio uau rUU UUOUl ''ura ummuuieu upon me boulevard that he overtook her. The girl who proved to be Miss Bar- rigli, was clad only n a thin under- vest and a short petticoat. Tho cap- tain wrapped her in his buggy robe, and asked her what she was doing. i. ..arc uevu. uavuiB a BWim BnO T l.n..n 1 , . .. . replied with a vacant smilo and began , Z "l " ur lune. mhuuw Uy tuo captain sne torn in mo B1.UIJ- Ul uer experience, W111CU she afterward repeated to tho officials ut tu vjuoens county jau. At times she would answer quite rationally, but 01"CB ,,c,u ut oom. ire- quently she stopped Jn tho middle of 10 MOVEMENT OF BOLDIBI18 AU nusn of PAsawNaions is the CAUSE. WAHWNOTON, AllBUHt 3. Tliero la nn iiiiiirwitNloiilwl iliiimmi for uaoojii' iiHHiittioiiH on ilia Army trnnsporla wdllllK IwtWWIl MUD I'l'HIIUl.f) iuhI Mllllllll All HtttXlllinKHllUIOim 01) tftlll IHiru MtllliiK BR fur itliwil M Oftlnlfrf II 1IPPI1 imiiiiir.- jhim 1 , n.. a ir.. ...1 jpjrMI wniiim iwiwm rhii mwmm mm w iiert iy liu uiu nm to mvo imii u w wt II II sage was the first news of his daughter he had received since she left home on Saturday afternoon. He was completely prostrated at slgnt of her condition, and at first it was fcared he would be, seriously af- fectetl by the shock, The girl was kept at the jall ln charge of the matron until yesterday morning, when she was rcmoved to the Kings County Hospital and piaced In the insane ward, It waa iearned by the police that tne gIrl nad oeen attacked by two men Jn Central Park on the Sunday before she disappeared from him and that as a re8ult of her experience at that tlmo her m,nd had been affected This cauged her- to become an easy victim of the man who lured her from the Eighty-sixth street Park. week ,n this dty alone BERLIN, July 2C Five little girls were fiendishly attacked today in this clty bv a nlan supp0Sed to be mad, who is still at large. The insensate crimes have aroused tho whole popula tlon, and acuto fear Is felt lest tho murderer may find more victims be- fore the police can lav hands unon him The man sought a favorable oppor. tunity to get near his victims, and by a deft stroke ripped open their stom. achs with a knife. Two of the chll dren wero thU8 treated on tho open KtrpptB nm! ttio ntlinn tllrnn worn n taeked in their homes. Thn eriminni entered apartment on the ground floor and slasher! his victims whllo tholr parents were out or before an alarm could bo glven. 0ne of lh children is deadi Enrfi nrlmn was wimmUtwi in n ,iir. ferent and populous locality in the northern nnrl e.istnrn nnrta nf thn oltv The criminal approached his victims ' r nnfi nrrpr nnnthp.r. Hp wnnlrt rpitp hln i,, ,uu i,,i ,i i rap,dIy wUh sorae s instrument held ln the otncr A .looorlnllnn M,o mr,lopn ,oc ,, ot,0i,, rm ,.. ,i, , Mm ,, ,, , , ,, TI Q ,,, ,..., 25 yearg old we dressed and of a paie and haggard visage. These and nfW mrt,,,ara , i,ia . have ,. nrlnt!1, bv th nolIpn nn " ' " ' ' BPnrlof nnatnra nn,1 Bnrpn,1 nn th. nrt. vertislng pillars throughout tho city. A reward of 250 la offered fQr u,e man.8 apprehension, Tho pnflrp nnllnp fnw nf M,p nUv I. occupIed ,n tho search for tho orlm. lnal. Meantme extraordinary excite mont prevails, and parents are keeping their children Indoors in fear of fur ther outragos. havo been practically allotted, and many nppllcatl6""j aro still on file ln tho Quartermaster-General's office. Tho Bonding of regiments to tho Philippines to take ttio places of thoso whoso terms of duty huve oxplrod is largely responsible for this rush, and to moot it four transport) will sail during 411 fiuat Irom Sun Franolsoo. Tlioy nre tho Wnrron, Crook, Iiuford nml Loguu. WUAUY1N0 WOUK. I'Iib nmyor of York luu ulaitwt on it long vuuuilon. DoiIkIdb tho oU fort lo have m Mr uuunL of tliu vote wlisriljy liu dJhIiiih to Imvo bMii ulttatix) Iihh mn vtry fmiwiliiK Hnffiilit Qgii inwelftl, Bill 10 '8 MAJ. LEMAIR'S EXPOSURE OF AT ROCITIES IN AFRICA PUTS THE BLAME ON LEOPOLD. BRUSSELS, July 29. MaJ. Lcnialr Is continuing the publication of his recollections of the Congo independent state. Tho major served eighteen years in the Congo ln command of na tivo troops. Upon his return to Bel glum he was notified that ho would bo prosecuted for cruelty toward tho men tinder him, and he retaliated by beginning the publication of a sensa tional exposure of the revolting condi tions prevailing in the native army. Aside from painting a black picture of the conditions In the Congo, the me moirs of the major reveal that the scientific expedition led by him into the Balrelghaza region, on the north em frontier, ln 1904 was an expedition for conquest in disguise. Tho major declares that King Leopold gave him personal Instructions to vanquish the Anglo-Egyptian forces coming down from the Soudan nt any cost. "I can not 'bo held accountable for these acts," the major writes; "I am only responsible for tho comnlete execution of these instructions." Maj. Lemalr admits that on several occasions during this expedition, which lasted for three years and two months, he caused native soldiers and even their wives to be flogged. Ho penetrated to regions never before reached by a white man and Inhabited by wild tribes and cannibals, and ho claimed that there was no way other than flogging to preserve the discipline Indispensable to the security and suc cess of an expedition among brigands accustomed to kill, raid and capture and to 111 treat women. In every In Ml ORDER Now FIVE DOLLARS because wc have a large consignment of this make from Germany where talking machines of the best quality arc produced at a small cost. Wc arc to sell these at the low price to clear the lot. niiiiiitiituiiiitiitiiiii This phonograph will play from Edison or Columbia play good clear, loud musical tones without a squeak. harsh nor metallic in the notes. Tficir Superiority over older diamines Demonstrajea daily in our Hotel Street Store, opposite the Palmi Cafe. Come in and hear the music ovon if youIov not' wish to buy. BENSON SMITH & GO, f I II ' " II Ml stance of flogging, howevor, he faith fully reported the facts and never re ceived a word of censure. On the contrary, he was accorded nothing but praise for his conduct ot this expedition, and he wub even dec orated by King Leopold. No charges were preferred against the mnjor un til the administration decided he had been too insistent ln calling attention to the frightful and unchecked abuses ln the Congo. The statements made by Maj. Le malr are supported by documentary evidence and tho testimony of Italian officers who were recalled by thell government from the Congo when in formation came to hand as to what was going on there. A perusal of M. Lemalr's recital carries the conviction that he is a high- minded man of superior attainments. a sincere believer in tho future of tho Congo, devoted to the cause of tho blacks and determined to put an end to the existing atrocious and disgrace ful administration. During his eigh teen years' service he crossed Afrfpa twice without firing a cartridge at a native. On one occasion ho entered by way ot y.ambesl and came out two years at the estuary of tho Congo. M. ltecluse, the celebrated geographer, said this achievement and Its result ranked Lemalr with Abbadle. Duvey rler and Livingstone. When, as a young man, Maj. Leraarr began his work in the Congo "amid the rattle of musketry, the banging or cannon and tho burning of villages" ho sayB ho was taught that this course was the only one to bring the natives to their senses. Four years' service. however, opened his eyes to tho trud reasons why Africa was being deluged in innocent blood. Since then ho had defended tho blacks, pointing out their good qualities, and upheld tho work of the missionaries. He realized tho danger of a continuance of irresponsi ble control In tho Congo, and became a champion of annexation as the only remedy. Continuing, tho major relates his re peated and vain attempts to have tho For The Biggest Offer ever made in Honolulu. 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Tho major says he once received a letter from the governor general ot the Congo advising him that his ser vices were greatly appreciated, but saying his reports wero full ot criti cisms and could not be transmitted to Brussels, where only the rosy side ot things was desired. Later the major tried to sec Ktag Leopold, but he was always prevented by Intermediaries. "Finding reports useless," tho major goes on. "I bo came pitiless toward the soldier brig ands, ln my determination to enforced respect for tho natives, and I chal lenge the administration to produce ono single native complaint against me." asm ijb 1 00M5USSI0N 2IE11C HANTS SUGAR FACTORS. AGENTS FOR Tho Ewa Plantation Company. Tho Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd. The Kohala Sugar Company. The Walmea Sugar Mill Company. Tho Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo. American Steam Pump Co. Tho George R. Blake Steam Pumps. Weston's Centrifugals. Tho New England Mutual Llfo Insur ance Company of Boston. Tho Aetna Firo Insurance Company ot Hartford, Conn. National Fire Insurance Co., of Hart ford. Citizens Ins. Co., ot Missouri. All Policies Guaranteed by Hartford Fire. as the owner "of 9PN J1 records. It will There is nothing 1