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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. IT., TTESDAY, JULY 30, 1H)7.
A Form of Food Already Digested
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Big Saving Even!
Paroled Prisoner Gets
Drunk And Is Sent
Back To Jail
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.25 Colored Organdies . 20c yd
1.25 Silk Eoliennes 90c yd
' .75 Colored Satins 45c yd
.65 Infants' Slippers 50c pr
AS Ladies' Hose 10c pr
.J5 Silkolines JOc yd
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John Brown couldn't stand prosper
ity. He hud to go down to Kakaako
and get diunk to celebrate, und us u
result he will spend the next 18
months In the Culm Jit 1 1 meditating
on his folly.
John wus a paroled prisoner. Ife
had been sentenced to jail for Heven
yeai'B for robbery, but there had been
iiiltlgating clrcu;istnnces uud he hud
been a remarkably good prisoner. In
tact, for a considerable time he had
been a trusty ami was ullowed to work
outside the prison gutes and about.
town. Durinir Unit limn he never ihivb
any trouble or got Into uny scrapes.
As a result ot his good conduct, the
Hoard of Prison inspectors uhont four
months ago paroled lilm.
For three months Hrown behaved
himself. Then he got cocky. He
seemed to have the Idea in his head
that a parole worked the same as a
pardon. Ho went' down to Kukaako
and picked up a Poi'to Rieutl woman,
and reposts began to come In to High
Sheriff Henry about the wild doings
of John. j
Last Sunday the High Sheriff had a 1
watch set on Brown and the reports
were verified. Brown was drunk and
running Kakaako with a high hand.
yesterday ho was haled before the
Board of Prison Inspectors again and
was sent hack to the Jail to finish out
his term. There Is about a year and a
half of It remaining, and for that
Jengih of time John will work for the
Territory and rellect on how foolish
,he was.
"This occurrence does not In the
least shake my faith In the parole
system," said the High Sheriff this
morning. "I believe It Is one of'the
greatest things In the Way of reform
ing criminals that we have. It Is
better than pardoning them, for as
long as they are paroled they know
that they have to behave themselves
If they don't want to be sent back to
prison. W hen a man breaks his pa
role, all we have to do Is to haul him
ui) and send him back to Jail again
without any com; proceedings. A
man is given the chance to get In the
Jiablt of doing us he should, which
he would not do perhaps If he hud a
full pardon.
A. C. Gibbens Tells
Many Interesting
Facts
So many stories have been told re
garding life at the Ponama Canal, and
these same stories are of such a con
tradictory nature, that to get at the
true fact, told by oik- who has been
right In the midst of It Is surely ap
preciative. A. C. Gibbens, a skilled mechanic,
who has been in Honolulu for a few
weeks, und sailed for the Colonies on
the Moana, staled to u Bulletin report
er a fo wfacls regarding life ut the
big ditch at Pununia, that may bu of
interest.
Mr. Gibbens was employed as Na
skilled mechanic for eight months on
the work now going on ut Panama.
The grim specter i fever) that Is over
present there at last caused li tin to re
sign and seek health In a northern
climate. There are two hospitals in
the district, the Panama, und Ameri
can hospital. Both of these 'Institu
tions, says Mr. Gibbens, are full to the
doors with fever patients. Deaths
from fever have become so frequent
that little or no attention Is paid to
thein now. Fever and malaria are the
curse of that country. The mosquitoes
are ever present In large numbers,
and are directly responsible for the
spread of fever, although the author
ities throw every safeguard about the
quarters of the workmen, and make
continual warfare against the Insect.
The malaria, says Mr. Gibbens, Is
another source of trouble. He says
that its dead'y vapors rise right from
the ground similar to a fog, and that
the deeper one goes Into the canal
digging work the thicker becomes the
materia. He thinks that laborers, or
mechanics, with good, healthy consti
tutions will stand a chance down
there, but he advises all men addicted
to liquor to keep away from the Pana
ma Canal, for to stop drinking liquor
is sure death, as the constitution will
rot tolerate the change and remain
"This affair of Brown's will he a 'healthy; and to continue Indulgence
lesson to the paroled prisoners. It
will teach them that they can't get out
of jail and abuse their privileges with
out having them taken away."
Ng Mon War, formerly of this city,
who was at one time the confidential
law clerk In the law offices of the late
Paul Neumann, is now located at Can
ton, China. He left these Islands In
the latter part of 1903 and went di
rect to Canton, where he Is repprted
to be doing well. Being fully con
fident of his knowledge of law, he ap
plied to Governor Sam of Canton for
will end the same way.
The ' principal workers, those who
do the actual digging, are natives from
the West Indies, and Calagoes from
the mountains of Spain. They are
paid 80 cents Mexican per day, that Is
40 cents of United States money and
they aro furnished quarters to live in.
Food they must purchase themselves,
which costs them about 18 cents a
t'ay. The Government Is ready to ac
oept any laborers who may apply for
work, hut they are generally gathered
in large numbers and brought to the
Isthmus. 1
Skilled mechanics, mich as machin
ists, carpenter foremen and the like
command wages ranging from $150 to
$250 per month. This Includes quar-
Pyre Halt
Duffy's
Whiskey
A tonic-stimulant which keeps the old young and the young strong.
It is invaluable for over-worked men, delicate women and sickly
children It cures consumption. Beware of cheap imitations and
substitutes. They are dangerous. Guard against refilled bottles,
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is sold by all druggists, grocers and deal
ers, or direct, at $L00 a bottle. Doctor's advice and illustrated nid
ical booklet sent free. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y
a license to practice law In all the
courts of the district. Mon Warj ters to live In. Quarters are furnished
passed a successful examination of , everybody. The government will not
ail but the Chinese laws, and was allow private quarters to be erected
highly complimented by Governor
Sam. Instead of receiving his license
to practice, however, he was Informed
by the examiners that they could not
permit him to practice, as he has not
been in the district for five years as
the laws required. In spite of their
refusal Mon War In fighting for his
right.
Pfc,- BULLETIN ADS. PAY -qgfj
ForJSale
Several fine building lots, 50 x 105,
at Punnui, in easy reach of liliha
car terminus, free from stones, fine
views, high and dry. Only $150.00
each.
P. E R. Strauch
WAITY BIDG., ROOM 1,
Sanitation Is the all-absorbing ques
tion at the big canal. The most dill-
rent supervision Is kept over the lab
orers' quarters. Every apartment is
supposed to be mosquito proof. Jap
anese or Chinese laborers are not per
mitted to land at the Isthmus under
Miy consideration
Work on the canal Is going ahead
with as much push as possible. The
principal point at present being
malaria. He thinks that laborers, or
through that hill called Culebra cut.
The strictest supervision Is exer
cised by those in charge of the health
department. The laborers are com
pelled to take 10 grains of quinine
each day and the inspectors see to It
tha't they do so. The better class of
mechanics are served with quinine,
which, through their knowledge of tho
drug and its benefits, they take reg
ularly. ,
ALL votes must be In the Bulletin
office by 5 o'clock p. m. August 10,
74 S. KING STREET, otherwise they will not be counted.
Editor Evening Bulletin: Kindly
allow me space In your paper to cor-J
rect a statement published in today's
Advertiser in regard to John Philip
Sousa, America's groat baud leader.
Mr. Sousa Is not a Spaniard, nor Is
his mother a German, He Is a full
blooded Portuguese as you will see by
the clipping I enclose, which was writ
ten by Mr. Sousa to The Ladles' Home
Journal by the request of the Curtiss
Pub. Co., of Philadelphia.
Thanking you In advance for any
bpace you may devote to this subject,
I am,
Yours truly,
AN ACQUAINTANCE.
Honolulu, July 28, '07.
Paraxon Primacy
JOHN PHILIP SOUSA AN ACTUAL
NAME.
Is it, true, as I have heard staled,
that Sousa Is an assumed name?
ELIK.
We referred this question to Mr.
Sousa himself, who replies:
"I was horn a Sousa; I have lived a
Sousa, and I will die a Sousa. I am
the son of Antonio and Elizabeth Sou
sa and first saw the light on G street,
Southeast, Washington, District of
Columbia, sixth of November, 1S54.
My father's family is ono' of the most
Illustrious in" Portuguese history, ana
I have every reason to believe that
tho name of Sousa was known in
America shortly after 1500. There
have been various ingenious stories
woven around my name, hut they have
been barren in truth. '
"JOHN PHILIP SOUSA."
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