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EVENING lUTLLnTlN. HONOLULU, T II., SATO II DAY, JAN. 9, 1009.
Arrested Last Night For
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Jnlm T. Stayton, assistant ijostm.txt
cr of Honolulu, was arrested last night
on a warrant charging lilm with a l j
latlon of Section 3891, U. S. Statu" i
In which ho Is alleged to have open
a letter not Intended for him hut In
trusted to him In his cipaclt) as
l08tofflco cmtlo)c. Stajton was ar
rcsted short!) qfter tho mall which at
rived on the Nippon Mam was hein'i
sorted, and tieoplo on the outtlde wa t
Ing for .their mall heard tho news Ail J
rorts of rumors as to the reason for
his arrest were rife. Stayton was i ik
on nt onco tn thu omcc of u h imi
trlct Attorney Ilrcckons, wlicic It I
said by those who attended the lnctl
gallon there that In- made n confes
plon to having opened letters nd tressed
to others and nfter acqu-ilntlwr Itlm
fult with tho contents hid dettrojot
, Mall addressed t" I'oxtofflcp Insp'
or llaro seems lo hate caused nil tho
troublo. From tunc time, Itupc
Hare has rcceM'd Intimations Iron
tho Pnitoftlcc Peparluicnt that olucln'
mull to him had either been neglected
or tmanswcictl This happened a until
her of times nnrt final')' llaro bcviii
a qulot Imcstlgatlon, watching Sti)
ton's ninwments close!), which icsiilt
ed In the arrest of tho 1 liter List nlsht
It found that Hiro's mlsMng let
ters left tho mainland nil right but
dlsapKared here. A trap wns ar
ranged and this Is where he was
caught. Shortly nfter thu Nippon
Maru mall an bed Stajton was seen to
go Into tho lavatory, and when the lav
ntory door was opened, Stayton was
found with two em elopes addresses to
Hare and onu to 0. V Carr.
On being taken to tlreckons' ofTlco
Stanton admitted that ho had opened
letters of this sort, and In somo cases,
had destrroyed them Tho penalty for
this Infraction of tho postofllco laws Is
PLAN TO CELEBRATE
Tho cxecutUo eommltlco of tho Ho
publican Central Committee has
passed tho following resolution:
"Whoroas, February 12, 1909, will bo
tho ono hundredth anniversary of tho
birth of Abraham Lincoln, that Im
mortal spirit whoso faino has bright
cnod with receding years and whoso
namo stands among tho first of those
glen to tho world by Iho great repub
lie of tho "United States of America,
"Whereas, Tho National Itcpubllcnn
Convention held In tho city of Chicago
on Juno 18, 1908, took recognition of
this Important fact by recommending
that HiIb centennial anniversary bo eel
cbrated throughout tho conflnos of the
nation by nil the people, and especially
by tho public schools bh an cxerclso to
etlr tho patriotism of tho jouth of tho
"Whereas, The Ilepubllcan party of
Hawaii holds Itself Inherently and
steadfastly allied to tho principles and 1
trmlltlnnn rtf thn N'utlnnnl flnntilitlmti '
,party of which tho Immortal Abraham
Lincoln Is regarded In history as the
most omlnent of all Its eminent lead
ers and homes, thcrcfnro ,
"no It Resolved, lly thn Kxccuthe
Committee of the Central Committee
of the Republican party of Hawaii that
tho anniversary of tho ono hundredth
birthday of Abraham Lincoln bo ecle
brntcd, rb follows:
"1, Throughout tho public schools
In manner as may b directed by the
Commissioners of Education,
"2. Uy a military and naval parade
"3. By proper literary oxorclscs to
ho held at Palaco Square or any other
placo doomed moro suitable Immedi
ately nfter tho military parade.
"Ilu it Kurthor Resolved, That to per
fect this colcbratlon this Exccutlvo
Committee hereby appoints Hon. A. Q
M. Robertson, National Committee
man, and Hon. A. L. C. Atkinson, chair
man. Republican Territorial Central
CommltU e, to confer with tho Govern
or of Hawaii relatlvo to Issuing nn of
flclnl public notice tr tho peoplo of
Hawaii, designating Iho 12th day or
February, 1909, aa ono to bo obsorvod
In memory of Abraham Lincoln; that
, said A. 0. M Robertson and A. L. C.
Atkinson are further delegated and
uuthqrlzcd to undertake all plana to
effect this patriotic celebration In tho
beijt manner possible as advised hero
'in." SCOTTISH CHIEFS
Tho Scottish Thlstlo Club held Its
' annual meeting last night, nt which ar
rnngements were made for the celebra
tlon of the Burns anniversary, which
will take placo Saturday, Jan. 23, The
following otncors'wore elected to sene
during tho ensuing year:
J. R. M. MacLcan, Chief; 0. S Loll
head, Chieftain; J, Maconnol, Treas
urer; James II. Fiddls, secretary; J.
II. Cnttrin, Mnr.ter nt Anna; .1. f Me
dill, R. Aiulorsnn, J. M. MacKinnon,
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V ijiSS- ' , A T'-e". Wom-Out Mothers. JM Rlfelgg?: ?ki&&M Mrs, r.mlly KclloSR, Ml-, H. XBB " X
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Suffered With Stomach.
Mrs. John I'nderwood, f.20 W. Wl"
nut St., Columbus, Ohio, writes t
"Having lind catarrh and stomarh
troublo and having suffrrrd very
much, I, after being doctored a long
while, as a last resort took reruns.
The result was wonderful. I would
highly recommend It as a good rem
edy, I still iiko Pcrutia snd would
not lo without II. I always havo It
In the hoino."
Catarrh and Stomach Trouble.
Mrs.T. I'recli, It. 11. No. 1, Hickory
"I am happy to toll yon that I am cured
of catarrh. I li.io followed your pood
and kind advlco faithfully. I bless tho
day w hen I wroln yon of my condition,
and I will always pralsoPoruiia. I think
It Is one of tho grandest medicines on
"Having been aftllcted with catarrh
and stomach trouble for seven jcaraand
after having tried four dlfforcnl doctors
they only relieved me for a little while.
1 gave up alt hope of Iwlng cured. I only
weighed 130 pounds and was so weak I
could hardly get around the room.
"I was Induced to try reruns, and to
my great surprise I am now entirely
Hell. My weight i now 188 pound, my
health never was U'tter tn my life,
"I shall always pralto Dr. Hartman
and his remedies."
Thousands of families havo learned
tho use o( l'rruna and Its Ynluo In tho
treatment of catarrhal ailments.
PE-RU-NA IS A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY IN OVER ONE MILLION HOMES.
The, following, wholesale druggist will supply the
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BKNAlntl 't AIIRIM.
SENATOR BEN TILLMAN
Whom the President charges with having been mixed up in land
frauds, and Former Senator Mclaurln, whom Hearst charged, during the
Presidential campaign, of being practically an agent of Standard Oil.
, WASHINGTON, D C , Jan. 8 Tho House adopted u resolution to
dny purging tho Secret Sorvlco paragraph of tho President's Message of
tho portions dcclnrcd disrespectful to Congress. Tho President has lo-
sponded' hi disclosing n leport made by Secret Sorvlre nfflcors connect
ing Senator Tillman of South Carolina with' tlio attempted land .grab
In Oregon. Tho roport Includes in
Sonntor with nn ugont In Oregon wh
lions In tho names of Tillman's family. Meanwhile Tllluuin had Intio
duced u resolution to compel tho rull rond owncis to soil land cheaply, its
provided In the grant.
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CONTRACT FOR MATS0N STEAMER
RAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan. 8. The JIatson company has contract
ed with tho Newpoit News sfiipbulldora for n million-dollar steamer to go
on the Honolulu run.
PARIS, Fiance, Jan. S A lutil
en In tho streets today In broad day
Tired, Worn-Out Mothers.
Mrs. I.ydla If. Josselyn, Ml
Westminster Ht., l'rovldoncct
Jt. I.,lsTrcasurcr of the Kdltors
Lcsguo of Ilhodo Island, char
tered In Provldonco.Hho writes:
"My experlenco with l'eruna
has been most gratifying. Last winter I
contracted a sovcro cold, and for several
daj s I coughed until my voice tailed me.
When other remedies did mono good, I
derided to try l'eruna, and within four
days tho rold was broken up, and tho
"Within anothor week an Increase In
my usual strongth and vitality told mo
that Peruna was doing all thai It prom
ised, andmore. lalsoconslderlt very su
perior for tired, worn-out mothers, and
havo advised several to try It, and havo
scon most gratifying results from Its use
"I glvo It highest praise."
Mrs. Magglo Durbln, 13X2 North Ht.,
Llttlo Hock, Ark., writes:
"I was troubled for flvo years with a
chronic, disease. I tried everything I
heard of, but nothing did mo any good.
Homo doctors slid my troublo was c.
tarrh ot the bowels, and somo said con
sumption of the linn cl'.
"Ono doctor said ho could euro mo. I
took his mcdlclno two months. Hut It
did mo no good,
"A friend of mlno advised mo trt try
l'eruna and I did mi. After I hnd taken
two bottles I found it was helping
me, so I continued its use, and It has
cured mc sound and well.
"I can recommend IV run a to any one,
and If any one wants to know what l'e
runa did for mo If thoy will write, to mo
I will answer promptly,"
l'eruna Is a household remedy of great
merit, and is useful In many climatic,
ailments, such as coughs, colds, soro
throat, bronchitis and catarrhal dlsoatus
pics of the correspondence of tho
wus Inatiticted lo reservo eight boc.
SACK STOLEN .
I Back toiitnllillig $200,000. was stn.
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Mrs. LcnaK. Moudy, KA Cay wood
Ht., Portland, Oregon, Hec'y Itoyal
Trlboof Joseph, writes)
"For tho past six years biliousness
and pains In my back and limbs made
llfo mlsorahlo to me. My skin was
sallow and dry, and Indigestion was
added to my trouble. I was wake
ful at night and would get a weak,
faint feeling during the day so that
I was not fitted to attend to my reg
ular duties. This caused mo serious
annoyance and trouble, and I nat
urally tried many remedies, hoping to
"Peruna came a a friend In need.
It toned up the system, relieved tho
blood of tho poisons and induced a
healthy action of tho stomach, a flno
appctlto and restful sleep.
"Within tbreo months I was a
changed person, and for nearly a year
now I havoenjo) ed splendid health."
A Grateful Patient.,
Tnd., writes: "I hao lioeu cured by
using Peruna and Mjmalln'. 1 thank vou
for your advlco,""
Tomorrow afternoon nt 3 o'clock, nl
Mukco Island, Kuplnhml l'arlt, tho pro
gram for tho regular band ( oncer t
Tho Oil llundied.
Oram! Mnrch Tho Now Vcnr..Kiippey
Otcituic Paragraph Thrco ....Suppo
Inturmezzo Tho Clockbells. . .Douglas
t-electlon Fnust (louuod
Vocal llnwullnn songs, .ar. by Ilorgcr
Selection Ernnnl Verdi
Gin otto Rhino Sounds I.ntnn
Finale On tho lloach Voknuti
"Tho filnr npnngh'd lliuincr."
Wives and Mothers
Save the Loved Ones from Drink Evil
by Using Orrine Cure Effect
ed or Money Refunded.
Can Be Given Se
cretly. If jour husband or son has fallen a
victim to thn drink habit, stop plead
ing, scolding nnd en lug. Uho Orrine,
which la recommended by thousands
of leading druggists thintighnut tho
country hecnuso they know thu good
It hns accomplished.
Hundreds of lotteis attest to tho ro-
marknblo cutos made by Orrlno, Polk
Miller Drug Co., of Richmond, Vn ,
wrllo "Mothers and Bisters havo told
us of husbumls and brothers who since
thoy wcro given Orrlno (In most cases
without their knowletlgo) seem to
havo lost nil doslro for drink. Thus
)our preparation has brought much
comfort nnd happiness to onco deso
This Biiccossful remedy can ho given
secretly if iloslrcd, using Orrine, No.
1, or tho patient can take It of his
own free will, using Orrlno No. 2.
KIther form destroy v tho dosha for
strong drink anil builds up tho bodily
health, making tho user str.ong nnd
well, a man In every senso of tho
word Wrlto for freo pamphlet on
euro ot alcoholism to Iho Orrlno Co.,
wnsnington, u, y. aont in pinln scal
The regular price of Orrlno Is si n
nox. Thoro la no risk In buying Or
rlno, as them Is n guarantee In ovorr
box which entitles )ou to n refund of'
)our money If Orrlno falls to effect Hi
cure. Orilno Is for Balo by Honolulu
Drug cn I-ort street.
Tho Mistress "Jnno, tho wishes you
hino been putting on tho table of lato
were positively dirty. Whut hao you
tn Bny nbout It?"
Thn Herviinl "I llilnlc. mi nm, thai
)ou ought In get colored dishes. Thoy
won't show tho dlit ut all,"
Restorer of Lost Strength.
Miss llcsslosrarrcll, 10U Third
Ave., Brooklyn, I Y., Is Prosldcnt
of tho Young People's Christian
Toinporanco Association. Hhe writes:
"Peruna Is cortalnly a valuablo
nervo and blood remedy, calculated
to build up tho broken-down health
of worn-out i omen. 1 havo found
by personal experlenco thatltactsas
a wonderful restorer of lost strength,
assisting tho stomach to asslmllato
and digest tho food, and building up
worn-out tissues. In my work I havo
had occasion tn recommend It fre
quently, especially to sick women,
"I know of nothing which Is hotter
to build up tho strength of a young
mother, In fact nil tho nllmeuts pecul
iar to women, so I run pleased to glvo
It my hearty endorsement."
Pc-ru-na a Woman's friend.
Mrs. Klla Ihnbree, Clark, Mo,, w rites :
"I am feeling better thin 1 havo felt for
years. I can truthfully nay that l'eruna
Is a woman's friend. 1 havo no moro
terrible pains ami am stronger than I
havo liecn. Your medicine, bus worked
llko a charm."
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Mrs. r.mlly Kellogg, Mil H.
Lawrenco Bt., Houlh Tacoma,
Maccabees, writes :
"Thrco months agol had an
attack of biliousness which '
threatened lo undormlno my health and
strength. Luckily for mc, I tried Peru
naatthosuggestlonof my friends bcfuro
It was too lato,
"t found In a few days time that I did
not havo tho usual sick headache, neith
er did food nauseate mo any longer. In
two weoks' tlmo l'eruna had complolely
rid my system of the potion and bile,
audi was In a much liettcr condition.
My skin assumed its normal color, 1 had
a splendid appetite, and 1 was in every
way improved In health, I used Peruna
for n month longer, anil It wrought a
wondrous rhsngo In my cnllro system. I
consider It amojf wonderful medicine."
Mrs. J. C. Jamison, Gl Marchant 81.,
Watsouvlllc, C'al., writes:
"I was troubltd with cramp In the
stomach for six years. I trlel many
kinds of medicine, also was treated by
three doctors. They said that I had
nervous dyspepsia. I was put on a
liquid diet for thrco months. I Im
proved under tho treatment, but as soon
as I stopped taking tho medicine, I got
bad again, I took tho mcdlclno for two
years, then I got sick again and gavo up
all hopes of getting cured.
"I sawn testimonial of n man whose
csso wan similar to mlno bring cured by
l'crunn,M I thought I would glvo It a
trial. I procured a liottlo nt onco and
commenced taking It. 1 Imo taken
nineteen bottli and am entirely cured.
Have gained in strength and flesh and
feci llko n different perron.
"I bcllcvo l'eruna la all that li claimed
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Austin Mi., Chicago, III., w rites
"Your inedlclno, Peruna, nas of
great benefit to me. I sintered Ith
catarrh of tho nose and head for many
years. Thrco Iwttlesof Perunacured
me, after I had consldcrul It I in pes
slblo to ever bo on red again.
"I now always keep Peruna in Iho
house, snd recommend It to o ry
ono suffering from catarrh. Askooii
as ono of my children commeneo lo
cough l glvo them l'eruna, hnd their
cougli is soon gone.
"This mullclno Is surely n great
boon lo suffering humanity."
Pc-ru-na the family Doctor.
Mrs. M. 15. Heymour, It. 1 11. 2, How
man, (In., writes:
"I am ready to speak a fow words In
faor of Peruna and Manalln. I hns
tried them for nearly eery 111 of life for
in) self and family, and find them to ho
alt the doctor claims them to lie. Peru
nacured mootlntcrnaltroublowhcn my
doctor could not.
"My ad Ico to all suffering women Is,
consult Dr.Harlnian, What ho has dona
for mo ho w 111 do for you."
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Agnes, hi. Henri, Montreal, Canada,
writes that shu considers l'eruna letter
than any other remedy, as It cured her
w hen nothing elso could, Hhe suttered
for years with heart trouble, headaches
nnd weakness, Hhe tried Peruna. Ono
bottle produced u change. Hho took six
bottles and Is entirely cured.
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