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THE name suggests exactly the garments, as they
arc made with absolutely no fullness about the
hips and with deep Marine flounce, tucked.
These skirts take the place of silk skirts in
every lespect and wear much longer. We have them in
Henthcrbloom, Sateen and Moire. Trices $1.50 to $3.75.
A New Assortment of
Children's Coats and Reefer
Very Stylish and Nobby
In Tan. Navy. Blue, Cardinal, Green. Taney Stripes.
Checks and Novelty Mixtuiesj trimmed with Velvet, Braids
hiuI Ornamental Buttons.
New Dutch Collars
In soft linen, embroidered also, muslin and lawn,
1 icttily embroidered.
Net Covcied In 'all colors.
Hair Rolls v
In all colors. 18 and 24 inch.
A perfect deluge of New Goods
per S.S. Alameda
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Cor. Foit and Beretania Sts.
Where To Buy
Yon can get the most for your money heie. Whether
ou want a zinc or porcelain lined lcfiigcrntor, whatever
ou want. laiRC or small, you can buy it to the best ad
jutage fiom our large stock.
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
.J Hotel St.
mniT.nT.AS PAPrn.iTAvoiwn mrftPATrum
Opp 1 ire action.
CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES
OREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICE.
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
APPEARED DIFFERENT '
IN JURY ROOM.
Man Who Hung Riot Jury Claimed
That iie Had an .Unbiased
Mind on Examination, '
2yA, , '
Some origin il nintorlarfui'a con
sideration of tho faults &iiil7tene
(Its of the Jurj Kjatem Is' pieacnled
In the tl niiHCi Ijit nf the examination
of Joncph 1 Whittle, Blgn painter,
on his Milr dire, in the ttctoml trial
o( the Wnlpahu rioters Whittle !
tho man who ciutrt'8 Ilia i red It for
having hung tho Fcrond Jur), tho
last hallot standing It to 1, Whittle
then declaring that ho would not
uto fur conviction it ho wns lin
prisoned for ten eat. ,
Tho questioning of Whittle be
fore living nccepted 08 n Jiirinmn la
presented a on Intorestlim comparl
noil of his mental attitude 'at that
time, unci liU ttntcmuitB In the JiirV
room when ho resolutely held out
agtlnst the united opinion .of tcti
Kxnmlnntlon of Joseph I. Whittle,
hln olr dire, bj Sr. Calticaf t:
(J. .Mr. Whittle,
, )llVr m-lil, .i.w
Btntcnicnt I made I:
did 5 on 7
A. Yes sir.
A. NoA'nlr, not lli.U partlttilnr
caie, nd sir, '
Q. ' Did jou form any opinion n
to the gullf or Innocence of throe
defendants, ho nie charged with
the crlnlu of riot?
A, don't Know nothing nhoitt It.
1. You have not formed any op
inion, nud have no opt! Ion at tho
present time? r v
No sir, I don't llitkkU have,
I don't think I luvDbii.WpiiityV.4
don't thlij.lt J iMMatar,
(J Well," Is soli inllid
u-.ii- i . ,.t ;h , s.. JI..-.J ..
1011dlllon.U1ar.ToU c.cmia.KiW tcf ",oth
lory itnd Itt the'joU'udant
1 fair and ImpvirfliilMtrlan
A . J think" mi 't ,
1 And ybn would dA that?
' Yes filr.
of no rcnicSn that
would pi event jour reachftiij a true
.mil honest veidlct ncrordtrig to tho
evidence an jou hear It In court unit
tho law of the case. n given by his
Honor' s .
........ . .
A. Jmi "reason, mi.
,tj And )ou wouldn't let nnv out
side matter Interfere with jour ren
in ring euth n true and honest vor
dltt? i. No, Blr.
Mr Cathcart. Territory pastes
.Mr. Whittle for caiibo.
Croik-nxnmlnatlon by Mr. Light
foot: t ' f -'.
11. Mr Whittle, hayo jou 'served
on Juries before? r
A Yes, sir, one.
() Was that n uliulnnl or n civil
A Yes Kir, It was n tlvll It was
cnno of Markham Markhaiu's enso
igalnst tho Mendonui
) Oh. Markham ngnlnst Men
$2,750 Large Cottacc in cood
condition and well painted. Three
'icd rooms, electric lichts, sewer.
Corner lot 50x150. Fruit trees. On
Kuakini Road, near car. Bargain.
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St.
Q. Oo jciu know ,atUi(ng AlioJiC
the factH of the ,cMj7 if ,V"V' f-
(J. Have ,ottdluiseclvot'liilKe
over thlrfVak' wlttVmuuodyJ ?"1 '
Fresh Kodak Films, Post Cards, Kodaks
This is the largest shipment we have ever received at one time
and everything is absolutely new and fresh.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
A. Yes, nil.
Q. Do jou know, Mr Whlttl.
that, If sworn .is n Juror, jou wilt
give jour cidltt according to the
law and the evidence?
A. Yes sli.
Q. And tho evidence as Jou hear
It on the stand, not anj thing that
should take place on the outsldo?
. Q Have roll rend nvnsnmmr tic-
cpunts of the former trial of this
A. No sir. I only saw tho head
lines and thot "
Q' ,'Hllt from the renitlnir r Hip
lieitilllnCif did jqu form any oplponT
,-A. -No sir ' '
c une mi)- or me oiner;
A. Xo sir, "
I) Have Mill nnv tirednllrn
agnint the Jnimneso as n class?
a No sir r
(J Have ion anv uuflnlsheil busi
ness illations with tho Dim of Kin-
nej, Ilallou, l'roshor A. Anderson?
A No sir.
0 Mr-r Cart heart?
No.' J f .
.Or' the attorney "fil-noral?
111! 1 ill L II nil, nrt riln'. wiinarui
- - 11 iuiu'i uii iiiiyiii vunuii
why voit; should nat'beit fnfr and
ImpirUnl Jtrror In this 'ease?
Mr t.fghtfootr l'ass the' Juror for
cause ' Jotam .MIKnua will excuse
nnd examined on his" loir dire, pnsi!
cd for yritbjf, whereypon the Jury Is
accepted tlt)Jl swoin tp try the caBe )
' -J -
MM II RECEPTION
, MiJNUAY UMbKNUUN
(lovirmffnd MrsfFpiar win iACKta
their mmilhly receptions fur the nel
son (mManday, "petolicr 4th, when
they will be at home to residents am!
strsngera from to G o'clock. All may
bo assured of a cordial welcome at
AreMlla, tho Oovcjrnor'u' home, on I'u
Mrs. Sehree will rcctlvo with Mrs.
I're.ir Mrs MntSmlth nnd Mrs. llets
will preside In tho tea niom(nnd others
who will assist arc Mrs, I'arkcs. Mu.
Iliynberer, Mrs. Wm. Ixiw,, Mrs, W.
I. Vhltnliy,-' Mr. and Mrs. air.ssford,
Xtrnd.l Aim jflnrlL.t . Mr. it,,inu Wit.
der?Mls Helen Jones, uMlss lura
Ainenon, .mibm .Mnrjorio uiimnii Judge
ref'fyMf. n S. llomes, Mr. pnbldtt
WORTHY POOR PEOPLE
James It, Clx, Superintendent of tho
Philadelphia Vacant I-ots Company,
has wrlltci) to Major Vern. giving de
tails of their schemo bj- which vuojnt
city lots arc .turned ovei1 to worthy
IHHir people to cultivate Into garden
pnlehes, jiaylng a small rental for tho
samo and deriving n living therefrom.
DIxtnsks what the Turrltory Is doing
111 this line, and Secretary Itlvenliurgn
has turned the letter over to tho Pro
motion Committee, as this kind of
.work Is moro In llnu with that body
than tho Major's department, lloth
Major hern nnd Secretary Illventiurgh
are strong believers In the children's
phi) ground proposition, nud also be
lieve that this garden schema could ho
worked out successfully here.
FIFTY PER GENT OF THE
OF THE II. ,
llvo In rural districts remote from phy
sicians or drug stores, and I he) arc
obliged to depend upon proprietary
medicines to a very gie.it extent.
To the women In thobe homes surh
Btniidard remedies as I.jdla li. I'iuk
ham's Vegetable Compound come as a
boon and a blessing, llicoids show
that It has cured mora women of thoso
dread femlntno Ills than any oilier
185 dltorlal rooms 250 busi
ness otflci. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
A Camera '
We have Kodaks and Cameras
from $1 upward J
CORPORATION l,l !
IS TACT'S THEME
CHIEF EXECUTIVE . 1
. EXPLAINS PROVISIONS. ;
Declares That It Embodies Many of 1
the Best Jtcatures of .bngianas
DUNVbtt, 8ept 2.1 President
Taft tonight declared that the cor
poration Itix was In Itself the best
fortu of Ihiomo tax that could bo
levied, and pointed out that It con
tained many or the best features of
the Income tax of England In urg
ing that the States should Nolo fur
the amendment to the Constitution
permitting the levy of a direct In
lome tax, without apportioning tho
proceeds among tho States according
to their populntlmi, the President de
clared thnt IL.Voulit bo possible 'so
to amend the corporation' tAx as to
Include within 'Its scope every de
slreil feature of itn Income tax except
the" levy uponnComes 'derived from
actual srflary and professional ser
vices, Tho President said he opposed a di
rect Income tax except In cases of
emergency nnd he believed It 1o bo
a prime fault In the Pedernl Const
tutton that no provisional Is mado
for the direct levy to meet vvnr-tlmo
or other ctxraordlnnry expenses.
'.Taft declared that it was the Su
preme Court decision declaring un
constitutional tho Income tax law
passed by a Democratic Congress
some j ears ago that prevented the
leaders In Congress during the ses
sion tecently closed from Including
In the corporation tax measure a pro
vision for a levy upon bonds nnd
bondholders. To tax bonds would re'
suit In tho reduction of the rate of
Inteicst nnd hence this resulted In a
direct tax upon the Individual hold
ers of the bonds and cams In con
tact with the'dvchtlon'of tho Court
that no direct laxvcduld be levied
by the National Government 'without
the resulting apportionment of the
proceeds among tho States.
Eneland's Income Tax.
Tho President based his argument
In fa,vor of hto corporation tax, as
compared with the direct income tat,
almost entirely upon the results of
the Income tax In England. lie
polntod out that tho tax there Is
not a direct levy, suc,h as was tecent
ly defeated In'thP1 Senate onl)
through a comirpm'i,N'lmt'tliiit It
laid the tax upqrtanroiWfceioro
It tame Into thai(a'tpie(-incll-vidual.
The En$tlji,rV lelevled
first on the, dcc!areii(.dfvl,tchds of
corporations, secondly dn rnts be
fore leaving the hands of tho ten
ants, and thirdly on the Individual
directly. It was found In England
that a direct Income tax at 10 per
cent did not jproduca ns much rev
enue as the present method of tax
ation ut S per cent. This he de
clared illustrated tho premltrthat,
llHj'tllrcjJjt, tax places upon, pcfjdjtry
and fonaIment,1, . ' ,
It Is' a question, tho President de
clared, whether incomes earned In
salaries nd( front Vrofesslonal work
should be fitted d8 heavily as In
comes derived from Investments, or
not taxed at fill. The latter, he said,
was the effect of the corporation tnx.
PEACOCK FOUND IN FOSSIL.
1.03 ANUiai."3, Cal Sept. 11.
A fossilized peacock has been found
by tho archaeological research work-
em of the University of California In
the nsphalt beds on the Rancho I.n
Ite.i, near this city.
Iheso asphalt beds, according to
Prof. J C, Merrlam, were once Ihu
stamping grounds of hundreds of an
Inialx now unknown to science Thoy
were caught In it denth trap when
they strnjed too closely to tho oil de
posits of tho earth,'-and by the pro
cess of age wero fossilized.
Port near Hotel
WHY Ivory Soap,
or any other,
should be a
ticide is hard to explain,
but it is a fact. It has
the advantage of not
making tho bushes un
sightly as Bordeaux mix
ture does. A prominent
nurseryman antl florist
writes that ho had used
it for years (or. an aston
ishing variety of" insect
pests. Ga rdal'Mfigvainc
for June 'OT. ,$4
Would To4 Itk n ptt of cut
t.VIeV 'VUntHnll-llw to i
eiw7i"nim7'' II la ir.
Th! I'lcwttr A CtnU Co.,
994o Per Cent. Pure
Joo Perry, a Haw'JMan was thi
morning arralguel hefuic Judge An
drndo pn a cbnrgti of assaulting Ah
no i no couipiiuiug witness- ston
wna coriohoraleil iy Ah 1-un a fellow
cciimtryman but jcmiig I'em duuled
their testimony and Judge Ahdrndo
Miially'ilecliliM to let, the case go ner
for further Investigation ' pooeuior
Drown ebneurrert In the opinion thnt
they have prolulil); 'got tho wromt
Peter Mallua, a Hawaltin of hapiij
disposition nud mllltuut Impiilcs cs
raped an aLsauit pcnnM.vlir the Klein
of his, teeth. Having gone- on a por
geotiM spreu ami lidded frlllt and thrills
by plugging Ah Sing In tho eye, tho
charge of assault was no) proved amb
ho wnsiJIried St, nnd cost for1 being
drunk w '
During the seislon of the Pollen
Court Hit morning n gentlcmm In
duigecl In delltlum tremens In tho
court below' iinlll Jiulen Andraitu nr.l
xJcrV il him to bo muzzled,.
185 editorial roirrts r0 heisl
nets office. The' ere th teleprint
ipnVbtre of the Dullettn office.
The STANDARD ELASTIOA
fiinishes give the crcateit
satisfaction of any varnishes
ELASTICA NO. 1.
For exterior work.
ELASTICA NO. 2.
r For interior work.
ELASTICA FLOOR FINISH.
Lewer$4 & Cooke,
We have an attachment which you
can fftiten to any Edison phono
trntph, except the "Gem," and play
amberol 4-minute records. We ran
show you more about this attach
ment in a minute' than, we, could ex
plain irt an. hour. Come nnd sec it.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Young Bldg.
1 to 5 years.
20 ROOMS FURNISHED,
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, LTD,
82 S. King St.
HENRY MAY & CO , LTD, Phone22
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed antl Plain.
Just rtsk for the kind yon
Iehnhardt's Candies always
Kim; and 1'ort Sts. S
A big stock of SCHOOL BOOKS.
COMPOSITION BOOKS, PENCIL
TABLETS, INKS, .RUBBER ERAS
ERS. SCHdOL BAGS, r etc.
SCHOOL BOOKS AT LIST PRICE.
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Remember the Hate.
' IRON BEDS"
- v t
Furniture Co., Ltd.
BETTER GOLF LINKS THAN EVER
AND SOCIETY PATRONIZES TIIEII
iHE RIDE TO HALEIWA
BY AUTO IS A DREAM.
WING ON CIIONJ
uiiuj, yuur piccurcs jn uuu wc it
Icsign 1 frnrre t6 jour'jmtiifntlioii.
Bethel, Opp. the Empire.
Po 0. Bo:: 771.
J, Abadie, 1'iop
Agent foi 1
F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS
Beautiful assortment at
Second Floor, Boston Bldg
Beautiful New Hats
Now on viow nt
Dunn's Hat Shop,
Cor. Tort and Bdretnnla. ,T
SI. A. Guzist & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
FLUMBINO and PAINTINO.
)mce; Honolulu Fainting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box Oil
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Tort.
We want to sec nil our old cus
tomers come 'jack.
PHOTO AND ART CO.
032-938 Fort St.
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