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CVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1911.
Sachs' Specials
For Saturday Shopping
FINE OXFORD SHIRTINO- Double-fold, In u choice variety
of fancy Btrlprrt unci figures. Special, 20o a yard. ,
FEATHERDONE COLLAR 8ET8-Ncw, In black un.l white.
Six uts for 20c.
VALENCIENNES LACE8-r-Twelvo jards In piece; SOo to
.'.;. Special, 45c per piece.
ROLLER TOWELING -Twenty five ynrdi for $1.25.
LORRAINE FIGURED PONGEE In Tun, Orcen, l'lnk ami
Lavender. Regular, f0c per yiirilj special, 35o per yard.
LI8LE LACE HOSE Muck, with neat culurril embroidery
pattern. Ilegular, etc; special, 50c a pair.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and Beretanla 8troets Opposite Flra Station
MRS. JONES'
WILL FILED
i Tlic will of Cornelia Hall Jones, was
filed In I lie Circuit Court IIiIb after
noon, disposing of approximately $70,
000. Ilcnucsts of J2.'i,0n0 nro left to
Mm. Jones' daughters', Mrs, Gnrtley
nnd Mrs. I.cwla. Tlic sum of $3000 Is
left to )'.. A. Jones a grandson and tho
sum of $ir.,000 Is left In trust with
Clarctico and Hlchnrd Cooko for the
! daughters of n deceased sun.
Tho estate consist to a lurgo ex
lent of stocks and bonds and real
property In the city of Honolulu,
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HATCH'S SON .
ABE MARTIN
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JUDGE KINGSBURY'S ACTION
IN CASE CONDEMNED BY
SUPREME COURT DECISION
Circuit Judge Kingsbury of .Maul
comes In for sumo severe criticism In
a decision handed down hy tho Su
premo Court this morning, ordering a
new trial In tho case of tho Tctrltory
against T. Kawnno, a Japuucso con
victed of perjury.
Tho duclsloii holds that Judga
Kingsbury established u number of
strange precedents In tho course of
the trial lhal nro strongly condemn
ed and that his remarks and Instruc
tions lo tho Juiy, comineulng one,
witness and disparaging tho. other,
were "unfair, prejudicial tunl cnono
oiih." The decisions, wtltlon by As
soclato Justice l)n Holt adils that
"Iho court has no tight to attempt
lo dikcrcdlt Instructions already glv
cn " ,
Tho defendailt Japanese was coii'
vlrtcil of perjury and hctcnrcd to Im
prisonment for a term .t eighteen
months, tho .casu being curried to
tho Supremo Court on n writ of error,
Tho ruling of Kingsbury against lin
attempt made to havo an Inter pi o'er
repeat In tho Japanese languago just
what ho asked of tho defendant "was
contrary In iihtuorlty and reason'' In
Iho opinion of Iho'Siipicmc Cum t.
"The light to subject an Interpret
er, on tho witness stand, to cross o-
anilnatlon oti the foreign expressions
mul terms used by him an an Inter
preter, used by tho witness for
whom he has acted as nn Inlcrpicter,
Is n right well recognized by law,
and Is founded upon Iho general rules
and principles which govern tho
r cross examination of other witness
es," says the decision.
Referring to a paragraph of In
structions quoted tho decision has tho
following comment and conclusions to
make:
"Hy this Instruction, together wllli
the remarks as quoted above, tho
ciiint, in effect, told the Jniy that
In order lo acquit tho defendant they
must necessarily cnueludo that Oi
suk'i had deliberately committed per
jury hlnlself'-smd that beforo reach
ing tho conclusion that Otsukn was a
perjurer they should II ml somo mo
tive on his part for tho commission
of such a wicked act because sane
men do not act without somo motive-.
Tlie uso of such languago by tho
court wns not only Improper but It
was Unfair nhd prejudicial to tho de
fendant." "Wo cannot npprovo of this mctho.l
of Instructing a Jury"." stntcs the Su-
piemo Court nflor quoting somo of
(Continued on Page 4)
Gilchrist Hatch, son of Judge V M.
Hatch, tho Washington representative
of tho Hawaiian Sugar Planters' As
sociation, has been appointed to An
napolis by Senator l'erklns of Cali
fornia and has successfully panned his
entrance examinations. Col. lluwcs
this morning received n cablegram
stating that tho young man had qual
ified for cntranco to tho naval aca
demy. Young llntcb Is now in Washington,
but It Is presumed that ho has been
named from California bcrmisco of
school atlemlanco there. He received
his early schooling In Honolulu,
-a-
BIG CHACMERS AUTO
FOR BUSY HUSTLERS
In order to murk tho opening "f tho
Asnhl Thcnlcr by tho Independent
Tlirutcr Company, Monday night next,
the management has decided to give u
fully-cqulppcd 220U Cliulmcrs-lJetlolt
uutntnohllc. The car comes from tho
Associated Hurugc und Is complete 111
every detail. Tho voting competition
now being carried on by the Indepen
dent company will bo run In conjunc
tion with tho Asahl Theuter, and votes
will be leeelveil und credited ut buth
theaters.
The Asnhl Theater has been entirely
remodeled and Is one of the most com
fortable theaters In iho city. It Is on
Mnuunkcu street, between Hotel mul
Hcrttiinl.i, and two blocks down from
N'litiiinu. In ordir to mark the open
ing, special iirtlsts have been engaged.
They Include the Itusclls, clever sing
ers iiml actors, who will he seen In n
number of1 comedy sketches; Madam
Cilriiien.'tbo wonderful-voiced singer;
the Mlddleshlp Sisters, rellned nOng
mul ttanee urllts. llosldos these tin rp
will be several other good acts and tho
latest moving-picture ninis und. Illus
trateii songs. The uutomnMlo will bo
On view Saturday night In Trout of lio
Independent Theater.
Some of the films for the moving
pictures Havo been tried over and ure
snlil to lie tle equal of uny Imported
here. Tho special screen on which
they will lie thrown gives a brilliancy
and non-lllckcr elTcet that Is easy Tor
tho c)ps.
Wto-,
ll' almost lmpolblo t' feci lorry
far a woman that's lost a bull dog.
Whatt worse than glltin all crum
pled down t' read an' findin' a page
uncut?
12-YEAR-OLD LAD EXPERT THIEF
Tells Court How He Stole
Twenty-Five Watches
In Two Days.
Stealing twenty-tlvo watches In two
hiyu during broad du) light, disposing
of I hem for n substantial sum, which
bo "blew" Immediately, Is tho police
record of Kealolia I'oakalaul, u Ha
waiian lud twelve curs old.
I'oukalanl was a witness this morn
ing In Judge I.ymer'H court, whciu
llu.islil Sr. und K. Ilnynslil, ids sou,
were charged with receiving tho stolen
watches from him. Tho hid said, when
questioned as to bow ho obtained tho
watches from the Japanese. storekeep-
ers, "I stolo tilt) watches when tho Jap
anese wire eating thejr lunch. They
did nut see me take tho watches, After
I Mulshed ene store, I vvtnt to another
hloru and stolo somo luolo watches
while the storekeepers were eating."
This wns what roakal.ini told tho
mint during tbn Interrogation by
1'iosccutnr Drown nnd Attorney Wat
son, who appeared for tho defendants,
He told also ubout selling tho watches
to tho two Hiiyashls.
Attorney Watson succeeded In hav
Ing Hayashl Sr. dlschmgeil fur luck ut
evidence of bis gullr. After tiro closo
of tho prosecution Watson told tho
inurt that tho prosecution fulled to
prove tho value of tho wutcbes, which
Is one of tho most Important factors
to rutillu the defendant to a discharge.
The court agreed with him, und Judge
l.ymcr discharged tho defendant Hit
Mishl Sr.
K lliijasbl, one of the defendants,
was sentenced to thirty days' Imprison
ment and to pay a line of J 5. It ap
plaud doting the trial that he knew
tho watches wllli li bu purchased from
ro.ikahtnl were stolen, und on Unit evi
dence ha was round guilty ns charged.
MAY CELEBRATE
lirlllili residents of Honolulu ns well
as all others Interested In arranging a
xpecl.it releliratloti here of the corona-
Hon i,r IvIiib tJcorco nil meet totilKlit
it S o'clock 111 tho b.illiiiiiiii of the
Viiimir Hotel. llrltlsll Consul It.llpll
Korster Is culling llin meeting at the
request of prominent llrltlsll residents
here.
.Mr. Korster said this morning Hint
the meeting Is net restricted to llrltMi
subjects, cm tho contrary, the ote.i
mIiih Ik Dimmed Tor out of Keiicrul com
memoration, as It Is one of the notable
events of the year and of Inlern.illnnal
Importance. In nil prob.ilillltv theie
will lie some kind of a gem nil demon
stration arranged.
Mr rorster said It had been honed
that the llrltlsll cruiser Kent might be
in port on that date, ret'iinlng lo the
Asiatic station, mid If so tho naval sta
tion nulb'irltles would rringnliio her by
the llrlng of n snlulci However. It sp.
pears 1 1 iit t the Kept .will not arrive
until Juno 28,. Cororntlnii Day Is June
22. t
No plsiis havo been made In iidvuncn
for touIglit'H meeting, but all Interested
lire asked to uttenili
Benjamin Clothes
pJ-ceA J. fiwTwjS
Possess all the imporiaiu points
mentioned below.
'J'hc reputation ol Benjamin
clothes is second to none.
They possess a dignity not found
in any other make ol men's garments
Away from the ordinary ready
made clothes, you have unlimited
choice of exclusive styles m select
from, and you can depend on the
make.
livery garment is made by hand.
Style
Quality
Make
Economy
Sec
This Mako
I Before
Purchasing
! Your
Spring
Suit
BETRAYS PLANS
(Continued from Page 1)
tury und treasurer of tho International
Association of llrldgo und Iron Work
ers, of being tho originator, controlling
genius und paymaster of this con
spiracy Ho emphatically named J II. Mc
Nuniiini, alias J. H. Uryce, brother of
the secretary, us the mini who placed
dyn Ito under the I.os Angeles Times
building mul us being Immediately n
sponslhlo for the destruction of the
plant and tho killing of twenty-ono
men He charged J J McNumW.i with
complicity 111 the sumo erliuu It was
Secietary McNamaru, ho said, who
conceived tho crime, planned tho de
tails and deleguted Ills brother to carry
them out.
How Plan Worked.
Ho said J. It. McNamara, who was
known us lirycc, placed the dynamite,
with tho uliirui clock attachments, In
the "Ink ulley" of the Times, building,
broke n gas plpo to mako It nppeur
that nn explosion of gas had caused
the disaster, und hurried ay.uy to tuko
the "Ijirk" troln on the Southern I'o
cllle for Sun Kiunelsco
Tho Lark leaves I.os Anieles ut 8
o'clock In tho evening, nnd iho eiplo-
l
slon did not occur until 1 o'clock In
tho morning.
I It nee, according to MeM. nilgai's
statement, McNamara was lv hours
out of I,os Angeles beforo tho clock
had tleldsl tho tragic moment
Tho coucepliir of tho alarm, ho said,
was J. J. McXuinaru, who had pro
nounced It tho most cunningly ar
ranged ugent of destruction ever In
vented. McMuulgal said that J. II. MeNn
in.ini (using the name of Ilryce). Duvld
'uphill und M A Schmidt bought tho
dynamite from the nupont powder
works across tiro buy fiom San I'run
elsco, and that Schmidt and Capl.in
rciuaiiied In that city.
LANDLADY IDENTIFIES
McNAMARA AS "BRYCE"
I.OS ANOHl.KS, Apr SO "It's un
doubtedly Jliyce."
With theso words Mrs D II. Inger-
soil of Snn Krunelscn, who gavo tho
polleo a detailed description of tho man
known ns J, H. Ilryce, said to huvo
been tho person who purchnsed tho
ilynamlto from the powder works ut
(Hunt, n part of which, It Is alleged,
was used In the blowing up of tho
Times plant, today inado her llrst Men
tlllcatlon of J. II McNnuuirn as Ilryce.
t'nder Instructions from District At
torney rrederleks, Mrs Ingersoll re
turned here Tiiosduv from Sim IVnn
clstu, where she has been slneo testi
fying liefore the special grand Jury
which Investigated tho Times disaster.
N FOREIGN POUTS.
May 5, 1911.
TACil.MAr-Siillcd. April 2S: Ilk C 1
Crocker, for Honotulli; i-VICTOItIA-Arrived.'
MiiyH: S Zen-
tuiidla, from Honolulu
SAN I'llANflSCO- Arrived. May 5.
S, S. Miini'lmrln. from- Honolulu; S.
S, llllonlnn. from Hoiinlulii,
SAN ITtANriSCO Sailed, May 5: I'
S. A T Sherldnn, for Honolulu
YOKOHAMA--Arrived, May 5: S. S
Korea, from Honolulu.
bmhi
W. G. STODART WILL
MAKE RESIDENCE HERE
W a Stodart, retiring managor of
Mcllrydo plantation, Kauai, will be
come a resident of Honolulu. Mr.
Stodart has Just made tho purchase of
a beautiful resilience site In Kalmukl
nnd will build on It n hnmlsomo two
story bouse.
Stodart has secured Uits 1 mid 'i,
Illock 14, tho consideration being up-prn-clmntcly
fl2.0. Stodart may tako
an extended trip to Iho Stales with
MrH. Stodart before taking up his per
manent reside n co hero.
Tho deal was effected through tho
olllces of James V. Morgan, whern a
number of Important transactions
huvo lately been consummated.
j
-H. Iliiinamnto has been appointed
a deputy United Stales Interna! rev
enuo collector for tho district of la
wall, llamumoln Is tho only Japan
eso If. 8. ofllrer and has been con
nected with tho Internal revenuo of
tlco for about eighteen months,
e
Sailors May Appeal lo Federal
Aiilhuiltles.
Disgruntled sailors nboard tho bark
Hawaii aro inclined to bring a written
appeal beforo Iho Collector of Cus
toms alleging that they want redress
from having been sorved with Improp
er epoked food while en I onto from
nltraln ports to Honolulu.
No cognlzunco will bo taken of tho
complaint unless It Isp laced In writ
ing and sworn to before a notary pub
lic. This method tuny bo pursued by
tho men.
it :: a n ti :: it n n it n :i :t s: a
Today, lu toinpany ultb ICiilnh Hitch
cock, a special woman detective In tho
employ of tho district attorney, Mrs.
Ingersoll went to Pasadena In an au
tomobile to get her llrst gtlmpke of J.
It McNamara.
McNamara Not Hustled Into Auto,
When McNuinuru, handcuffed to lrl
vato Delettlvo Hurry of the Hums
;igeney, was taken from the Santn l-'n
Limited he was rushed In tho side
Walk, but wus not hustled Into an au
tomobile, ns had been MeManlgnl a
few minutes previously, being com
pelled to stand for u few moments
Itualtlng u ear
The drlav was Intentlonul. Close by,
In another machine, sat Mrs. Ingersoll
xv 1 1 1 1 tho woman detective.
"That's McNuninrii," said Miss Hitch-
rock, Indicating tho prisoner.
Mrs. Ingersoll gazed Intently at tbn
man u few seconds, mid then us his
hand, with which he had been conceal
ing Ills features from tho press photog
rn pliers, fell away for mi Instant, Mrs
Ingersoll sank back lu her sent mid
was heard to say: "It's undoubtedly
Ilryce."
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You'll find they're all Rood fel
lowi here.
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Dariei, Proi
TEACHERS WILL
Hawaii will bo nilvcillscil extens-l
lcl lo teachers, lu fad. an especial'
effort will he mado to show lo the,
thousands of teachers who assemble
in San rr.inclsco next month for the,
run vent Inn of Iho National Kducatlon ,
Association that Hawaii Is Just llir
place for them.
Secretary II. I'. Wood c-f Iho Ha
waii I'lomotlon Coinmlttro reported
jcslerday afternoon at u niocHiig of,
Iho committee his plans for "clrcu
larliing" tho convention In a thor
ough and effective way. KIvo thou
sand cliciilars will bo tent lo Hie
convention, tho most nttractlvo pro
motion literature available being
used, and tbn advantages of Hawaii
as a vacutlonMcsoit will bo net forth
fully
Secretary Wood pirseiitod also
plans for Inleirhange-iiro slc.mier
tickets, and if Ihey aro earrb-d tint,
II will be a big boom lu tourist busi
ness for Iho Islands. Tim plnn Is for
Iho steamship companies lo coiuo to
somo kind of an agreement m us to
allow tho Ihiough p.isongorB slop
over privileges and tho fuilhor prlvl
leco lo ororeed on Iho Journoy lo the
coast by somo of the Intermediate
steaiueis. Secretary Wood repoits
prtiRtcsi In gelling this plan lindoi
way and hopes that It will ho form
ally adopted without delay, although
some tlmo will ho noccsHiiiy to con
clude negotlallons.
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1M.ANNINO TO I.HAV13 THK CITV,
OWNHIl WII.I. Sni.I. CHKAr AND
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tlN MATIJIL'K AVHNUIL
KUItNISHUD "
l'Mi.-mtS'IHIIIlt) 2S00
Tor particulars sou
Island Investment Co.,
Limited
Member of lluwullan Stock IJx
cbangHi Itooni 103, Slungcnwuld build
lug Telephone 1SJI; roslolllco box.
fiOn Cable uddress: "llulhlog."
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food fail to tempt you ? Have to force yourself to
cat, and even then your stomach rebels at taking
food?
You need somcthinc for your liver. That organ
is liable to get out ol order at this season. Wc have
a number of good liver remedies that .will set you
right and make you feel hungry again.
The surest and best cf these is Roxall Hoar
Salts. It will stimulate and regulate the action of
your liver and bowels without griping. It never fails
in its results and is pleasant to take. Sold with the
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THE REXALL STORE
Hotel and Fort Sts
FOR SALE.
PERSONAL COMFORT
lUlCHS THIS USH Ol' AN HI.KUTItlC KAN THIS SUMMHH
WUATHKIt.
WliSTINGIIOUSE
' TAN
Spl'-ndld lots In Nniiunu Tifct on
cts terms 2&l UP The electric line
extension pas, this tract.
K'pi.ii strict home 30G0
Cholco property In Kamelmmeba
I'urk Tract Sewer, electric light, good
sfects, electric car service.
A lino bargain! I'our cottages In
llikt-cluHn condition, near upper j.i-
lllia sired, renting for -6 per nioiith
2800. '
FOR RENT Splendid new cottage
hi Hue location at Knlllil $2S
,J. H. SCHNACK, '
' ' 137 Merchant Stroel
C'liKti so little to
run continuously that
you will burdly no
tice the addition to
lliu light bill.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
WeeklyBuiletin,$l Year
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