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Abont all the particular and discern
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Bulletin. A Want Ad, in a pa
per like the Bulletin is sure to
reach people that can and will buy.
1 3:30 EDITION nothing makes business so quiet asa lull in advertising"
VOL. XI. NO. 4212.
8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TEBBITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1909. 8 PAQES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
ELEVEN STATES ELECT U.S. SENATORS
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Word Duel Between
Doctor and Lawyer
In Atcherley Case
This morning's session of tlio Atch
erley trial was largely u duel of word
between Dr. Atcherley and County
Attorney Cathcnrt. Atcherlcy's at
torney, Mugoon, naked him n few
uueBtloiiH nnd then turned the 'Wit
ness over fur creisi-cxamlnutlon.
Cntheatt tried to establish u con
nection between the treatment used
by Atcherley on patients at Kalllil
receiving station and that commonly
Known as the Wnllach cure. Atcher
ley was very cautious In hU answers,
however, nnd proved an extremely
unsatisfactory witness, from the
standpoint of a cross-axamlner.
Atcherley evidently felt that an ef
fort was being made to hurrass him,
nnd whenever the prosecuting attor
ney left thn smallest kind of nn open
ing, the defendant fired back answers
which proved extremely disconcert
ing. Cathcnrt spent considerable time
trying to wring from the witness the
secrets of his leprosy treatment. Up
to ii certain point Atcherley freely
went, then ho declined to go further,
however, Insisting that his investi
gations hud not reached n stage
where the discovery was ready to
give to tlio world.
He took exception to Cathcart'
ftcquent reference to the "Atcherloy
cure" nnd the "WallacU cure," say
ing that he had never referred to
the treatment as u "cute?'
Atcherley said that he considered
leprosy duo to dietetic faults, but de
clined to say that simply a fish diet
was sufficient to cause leprosy, Hu
likewise objected to Cathcart's char
acterization of his remedy as a
"nerve food," saying that n food
could only be something which went,
unchanged, to sustain somo pait of
Atcherley reiterated his belief that
lepiosy is canned by nn Improper diet
which results In the deterioration of
the nerve tissues. He also said that
tile leprous bacilli are to be found
!u the spleen. Catlicatt's repeated
questioning failed to wring from him
any guess ns to how the bacilli got
Into the body.
The case will probably drag on nil
day today an'd possibly well Into to
morrow. County Attorney Cathcait took up
the cross-examination of Dr. Atcher
ley this morning.
Cathcart Doctor, when' did you
tako to using 'morphine, before you
came to tlio Islands or afterward?
Atcherley I did not begin taking
morphine until came hero.
Question It wns In 1896, you
think, thut you went under tront-
SOLID WHITE AND STRIPED
?P and 5p OU
These are all new Spring Goods, and correctly tailor
ed in the Spring Fashions.
Take a look atf them in our windows then come in
and try on a pair. They give a stunning effect with a
Corner of Fort
ment to Dr. Wnyson?
Answer I bcllove so.
Question You went under Dr.
Wnyson's treatment because It was
said that you wero becoming addict
ed to thoiso of morphine?
Answer That Ib about It.
Question And wero yon broken of
the habit of taking morphine.
Answer There Is no question of
n habit; such a thing as n habit did
Dr. Atcherley here Interrupted
Cathcart and complained at his harp
ing on the morphlno treatment, say
ing he was endeavoring to put a
wrong construction on It.
Cnthcart Did ou return to your
treatment after you- stopped treat
ment with Dr. Wuyson?
Answer I did.
Question You went to Dr,
son in 18UG anil ngaln wtien?
Answer In 1901.
Question With H1030 two
lions )ou treated yourself?
Answer I did.
In response to n question
Cuthcrit regarding his treatment, he
went Into a long description of the
rnetUgd which ho used In treating
himself, much of his testimony being
very technical In places. Tho effect
of different narcotics on the system
wiib gone Into.
Question Then In. 190"l you stop
ped the use of morphine entirely and
Answer I did.
Question Has this treatment of
yourB which has extonded over nil
this time affected jour health?
Answer My health has Improved.
Question Have you ever used liq
uor to excess?
Answer 1 mny have, at times.
Question Do you remember when
ou met me?
Answer I do: It wns In Konn. 1
irmember, because you wero a little
under the "Inllucnco" yourself.
Question Did anyono toll jou to
(Continued on Page 4)
NO VISITORS WANTED
It Ik announced from tho Governor's
ofllco that, owing to press of business,
the Governor will not bo ablo to re
ceive visitors In tho afternoon until
I.oulsn Knanonl has caused tho ar
rest of John K.iuwa, whom sho wants
placed under bond .to kcp thn peace
She clulms that ho-told her that ho
would kill her. at tho same tlmo threat
ening her with n knife.
and Hotel Sts.
Best of All
Cheering Report Of
Director Wilcox of thu Federal Ag'
ricultural Experiment Station has re
ceived a most gratifying report rrom
Washington on tho samples of Sea
island cotton grown in tneso isiunus.
Tho experts bf tho Dopartme-nt of Ag'
rlculturo state thnt tho Hawaiian sani'
pies are tho best for commercial pur
poses they have received this yenr.
This reK)rt means a great deal for
tho prospects of cotton In tho IslaiuU,
ns tho oxperts employed by tho dopart
ment aro tho best to be found In th
country. They know tho commercial
aluo of cottons nnd nro In close touch
with all phases of market demands.
Their letter received by Dr. Wilcox
Inst week says that among all tho
samples they have received this year
from Florida, Georgia and all through
the Bouth where the Sea Island cotton
Ib a specialty Hawaii ranks tho high
Thoro Is ovory roason why wo
should be gratified," said Dr. Wilcox,
"because we had to develop our own
seed. Those fellows aro so Jealous of
their hold on thn market that thov
will not send out their best seeds eve'n
for experimentation Wo hava had to
tnko whnt thoy will gtvu us. Conse
quently tho showing from the seed we
wero able to obtain Is really hotter
than appears from tho statement of tho
"Cotton can bo grown In these Is
lands anywhere below the thousand
foot loud and.lt furnishes a ciop on
which the grower can roallto coin Im
mediately. It can bo grown by thu
small men or on tho big plantation so
that It (Its all conditions. Wo shall of
course, continued with our experiments.
Thu Sen Island cotton commands the
highest prlco of any In tho market.'
HILUNIAN TO ARRIVE
A wireless-telegram from Cap-
f tain Johnson of tho steamer HI-
Ionian wns received this mom- ,
f ing by thu local agents. -f
At 8 o'clock last evening Cant.
Johnson reports that tho Hllonlan
-f.wau 887 miles from this ort and
will arrive hero Into Thtiisday -f
ovenlng. Ha has experienced
very heavy southwest and south- -f
- east gales since leaving San
Francisco and heavy head seas.
r All well on board.
Will be our next fruit boat to
Island Fruit Co.,
When you( put off
making out your will
because "there's plen
ty of time for THAT,"
you are forcing your
family to take a risk
of losing the estate.
There's no reason
for putting it off when
we are willing to pre
pare your will free of
923 FORT ST.
Famous Test Case Now
Tho famous cuss of the Territory
vs. Muranaka, a Japanese, which In
volves the test on the validity of the
ordlnanco providing against the erec
tion of tenomsntK and lodging-house
within Ilva hundred feet of a school,
passed b)' the Hoard of Supervlsois
with the aim of preventing the In
flux of Japanese crimps in the Muklkl
district, was nrgfaed before the Su
preme Court this forenoon. Attorney
K. C. Peters represented the defend-
ant. while Deputy City nnd County m """"" " ! "
.i.... miiL., .;,:i...,.i .,.."" coastwise shipping laws In their
case of the prosecution.
om .!.. w i. ,,
feature) the same, ns thnt which wiih
piesented In the Police Court, the ap
peal being taken from the ruling of
Judge Andrade, who overruled the
defendant's demurrer, explaining
that he dld'to In order that the ques
tion might be decided by the Supreme
f....v4 nt !. ani.iH llm. I I I n.n t I .
T I. . . r "V'T
that he believed thnt the defendant s
points were well taken.
TYa,.kh ...!.. tit ....!.. Il.nl il.A
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mere erection of n building could not
constitute n nuisance, and the flut of
the Hoard of Supervisors could not
make it so. Among his other con-
tentlons was that the action of the
Government In this rase amounted to
a deprivation of .property rights -with-!
out due tirocesli of Kw. Furthermore. 1
the ordlnnnceldoaU merely with the TA HPetrlo, A. Gartley aifd-Becrc-erection
nnd tiot with tho mnlnte- tary Wood hold a meeting this mom
nance of tenements nnd lodging- ing to discuss arrangements for tho
hauses.wlthin the tabooed area.- How Floral Parade, ami If tho plans which
could erection bo n nuisance wbeu they hao In mind meet with success,
maintenance was not? . thu puradu will lar surpass anything of
Mllverton in IiIb argument laid tho kind ever seen here In the past,
strong emphasis on tho fuct that the Among tho suggestions Is that of hav
buildings In question had been erect- Ing tho military, especially tho cavulry
cd on a place other than that Hnecl- command at I.ellthua, take a part In
Hod In the permit, tho permit Jecl- tho parade-, and tho sight of. tho dash
fylng that it could bo built on tho Ing troopers w id a.'d nine !i to thu color
corner of Klnau nnd Pllkol streets,
but thcie was already a building on
the corner nnd tho new structure was
being erected on another place on
ciu vnANPTKrn Palif Jan 1R I-Catu ro being iiiado to Imvu each Ib
m7 7? n Z.;";i ' Wa land represented by a "I'rlncoss" with
UWUUi WW UbljtVU VVltUMUgail) WtIV
cents, or $74. per ton.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 10s. 3-4d
Parity, 4.12 cents.
tion, 10s. 1 1-Zd.
ti.,.. .in.. f-, .i.inid ..
icported in tho district of Honolulu
during tho sixteen days ended January
THE NEW PASTRY
30o A DOZEN AT
ALEXANDER YOUNG GATE.
WE DO THE
Rir RTMV. SB
because we have the boys who realize
the value of Time. We should have
A LitUe of Yours,
SERVICE. PHONE 301.
Chairs, Rockers, and Tables
NEW I0T JUST RECEIVED,
- J. Hopp fe Co.,
" (LEWERS & COOKE BLD0.)
Friday Is Day Set
For Striking At
Friday Is the date set for the meet
ing to be called under thu auspices
of the Civic Federation to pass rceo-
application to passengers sailing to
and from our ports to the mainland.
The placu has not been determined.
"Wo shall endeavor to huvo a gen
eial meeting and pass somo resolu
tions thut will tako a different vlow
fiom tho Chamber of Commerce and
Merchants' Association," said W. It.
Custle this noon. "I think wo should
get a large meeting and have a gen-
""I discussion. Oh, certainly tho
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meeting Is open to everybody. This
(s a public meeting and nof u meet'
Ing of Civic Federation members
UCUf Dl AWQ CAD
llLTl f LlillU I U1V
and vividness of thu assembly
It has also been proposed to Interest
tho numerous Hawaiian societies
which have been organized during thu
tust collide of yvais, and they will bo
asked to reproduce on, floats some of
thu unln,uu tableaux which thoy have
given elsewhere. Finally, arrange-
a retlnuo, a feature which has always
been exceedingly successful In thu
The Honolulu I-odgo of Klks have
lounded up between six and a dotcn
,lcl,,l??l,,r a, h,lf ,,B.UI"?7 '""J0"
'"l ,,ay I"?'"' U wl" bo.,tho flrs
l,t,l.t(U.ID Wl l,IU UUI, UMU illU IHUBt
Important held by tho lodge In many
months. Klaborato preparations nru
being mndu to properly turn tho vnrl
oils good citizens In hand Into good
Klks, and the Indications aro that thu
job will not lack In thoroughness.
The llfo Interest of John U. Holt. Sr.,
la thu Maknha lands In Walanao dls
trlct, has been bought at auction for
15000 by J. M, Dowsett. Dowsett first
mado u bid of $2000 but wns run up In
MOO lumps by A. 1.. C. Atkinson. Thoru
Is an area of about 4000 acres lu thu
tract, but tho beneficiary is an oil
man and there Is no telling how long
tho Interest may cndiiro,
The Federal Grand Jury this after
noon went Into session. Among tho
witnesses who have, It Is understood,
been summoned to npKnr before It
aro Harada, Hnlto, Mntstula and others
connected with thu Japanese drama,
and Kdltor Sogn of tho Nlppit JIJI.
Fred Mnklno may also be' called,
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Jan. 10.The legislation proposed that in
olves the Japanese has been held in abeyance pendinc the arrival of n
letter from President Roosevelt. Governor Gillett is expected to veto the
anti-Japanese legislation if it is passed
SALEM, Oregon, Jan. 10. Ex-Govcrnor Chamberlain was elected U.
S. Senator today on the first ballot. This fullfils the pledge of tho direct
mimary although it involved the election of a Democrat by a Republican
OLYMPIA, Wash., Jan. 19. Congressman Wesley Jones was today
elected U. S. Senator to succeed Senator Ankcny.
DENVER, Colo., Jan. 10. Charles Hughes has been elected U. S. Sen
ator to succeed Senator Teller.
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Jan. 19. Reed Smoot has been reelected
to the U. S. Senate.
ALBANY, N. Y., Jan. 19. Elihu Root, Secretary of Slate, was to-
day elected United States Senator to succeed T, C. Flntt.
BISMARCK, N. D., Jan. 10. M. N. Johnson 1ms been elected to suc
ceed U. S. Senator Hansbrough.
HARTFORD. Conn., Jan. 19. Frank B. Brandcgce has been selec
ted to the U. S. Senate.
RALEIGH, N. C, Jan. 10. Lee Overman has been reelected to the -
U. S. Senate.
DES MOINES, Iowa, Jan. 19. Ex
day elected U. S. Senator for the full
HARRISBURO. Pa., Jan. 19. U.
CONCORD, N. H., Jan. 19. The
reelected J. H. Gallinger to the U. S.
m i i
SMYRNA, Asia Minor. Jan. 19.
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FIRE AT MESSINA
MESSINA, Sicily, Jan. 19. A destructivenre swept the city today.
AIM IS SUSTAINED
IN THEWEST CASE
Shipping Commissioner Almy wna
sustained In every point viheu thu case
of tho bchooucr A. J, Weston came up
before Judgo Dolo this morning. Tho
stund taken by thu Commissioner wns
upheld, and Attorney (leorgo A. Davis
was allowed but $1!0 nttomoy's feus for
his trouble. Thu court nlso ordered
Commissioner Almy to pay out $23.30
as stenographer's fees, or a total of
$43.30 In all The money comus out of
tho wages awaiting thu plalntifTs in thu
Tho case has been hanging flru lu
tho courts for nenrly a year. Flvo men
of tho crow of tho A. J. Weston, union
men, declined to work em iv Sunday
morning nnd woro discharged by tho
cnptnln. They refusod to accept thedr
money, demanding fares to San Fran
cisco, wages during the voyngu. and
fcovornl hundrud dollars damages for
ciiegeu wumiucu rctflings. Tlitiy ru-
tnlnod Davis to represent them and
tho schooner wns libeled,
Tho agents put up bonds to allow tho
ship to dcjwrt and tho matter wns tak
on Into tho court, llefore leaving, thu
captain of tho Weston deposited $220
If It's Comfort
AND EASE YOU'RE AFTER,
And if you do lots of walking-,
Try a pair of our
Russia Tan Calf,
You'll Find Them Just The Thint.
No. 469. PRICE, $4.50.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 FORT STREET.
-; w.UaiJ,lc1Ai.'..J,ili,Jjc a
- Govcrnor A. B. Cummins was to-
S. Senator Boise Penrose was re
New Hampshire Legislature today
IN SMYRNA ,
A sharp carthnuake shock wns felt
CUIYO IS SMASHING
RECORD FROM HERE.
At 9 o'clock last night tho now 4
T K K. liner, Chlyei Mam, wns 4
05(1 miles out from hero, nccoid-
Ing to n wireless meesnge re-
celled nt Kiitnikii I'nliu. .in ii,., i
ship did not 'louvo here until !l
t- o ciock Hutidny morning, tho -r
mossaco ltiillrntoR tli-it uii. Imu i I
made CIO inllcu In thlrt-tdx hours,
-r or an nmago or clgliteeu miles -r
f In splto of tho Htatcmeut of
f Cnptnln (Ireono of tho new liner,
f to tho effee tthnt ho would not go 4- t
after a new record, It Is evident,
-t- judging from tho speed which tho v
-r ship Is making, thnt thu Teuyo's -4
lecord will bo lowered after nil, 4-
f If the new u-ssel proves nbio to " T
"- ke-ep up thu p.ico. Tho Tenjo i
f only uturaged u Httlo over six- -
toon mile's on lior iccurd-breaklng i
? ! "J- V ? ! ? t .j, .5, .j, (.,
with Almy, representing tlio wngt-H
duo tho flo men. In nccordnuco with.
the court's order, tho costs luvh.,1 win
bo paid out of this money ami Almy
will fli.tn lin.it .... tl... n.ll, .
- i- tnu nuiiuns umj turn
ever to them tho remainder.