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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H 8ATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1912. ClILORFFIEiS FIND 1 CHARGE BRIBERY TO ROOSE VELTERS ; COLORADO IN SUBSUME FOR THAT "DOPE" Though Composed of Three Deadly Poisons, It Can Be Bought Freely and Open ly in Many Places. When the New York Legislature roc-cully onncted laws prohibiting tho sale of Hiirli drugs ns clilornl, opium, rnrnlno nml morphine, under heavy penalties, uml officials In nit big cities In tho State began crusades for their enforcement, It was bojlcvcd that a great step had been taken to minim lie, If not wholly suppress, dope fiends," says nn exchange. Hut oven ns In prohibition communities whisky fiends and those who pander to them finds way to beat tho law, bo did tho "dope Dentin" find ways and means to get their accustomed "dope" They got It nt big drug stores whose own ers would resent being designated as anything but rcspcctnblo; and of lourso tho grimy shops of the under world nml tho slums arc In nearly cv- cry Instance distributing ngents of dnugcrmis sedatives and stimulants, Against chloral and Its sale, savo absolutely cm a physician's prescrip tion, tho lnw- has long waged war, not only to discourage the habit so prov nlent, especially among women of tho Tenderloin and women of fashionable society whoso Jang'ed nerves demand a Httiing nnrcollc, but to balk crlml n.-its, with whom It had taken tho form cif "knock-out drops." Tasteless and odorless, or nearly so, and potent, It was tho Ideal thing for a criminal who ileslred to placo a victim at his mercy. To slip tho poison into a drink or Into food was easy ami simple. As long ns ten yenrs ago It was so commonly used by crooks ns an aid to robbery Hint Iho Legislature passed n law mak ing It a felony punishable by ten years In prison to hnvo chloral on one's person. It was often used for purposes more c 11 than robbery, as wlliiekH tho .Tennlo Ilosscholtor case ocr In Now Jersey. Substitute for Chloral. Tor n long time tho criminal as well as tho drug (lend has sought a substi tute for chloral. A substitute Is now on the market, nml It enn bo purchas ed freely. It Is a patent preparation composed of three deadly poisons chloral, hyosclamus nml cannabis In dleii. An overdose Is fatal. It bears a name which to tho unlearned mind suggests nn such vicious and harmful ehnrni'tcr ns It really possesses, "I know tho stuff," said Dr. Mlnas T. (Jiegory. hend of tho psychopathic wnrd nt llcllevuo Hospital, to n World reporter, "nml II is as harmful In Its usu oluntiirlly ns It Is a powerful agent for crime. It Is fully ns potent as chloral and Just ns dangerous. Komo of I ho worst physical wrecks wo find here aro men who, through tho enro lessness or callousness .of druggists, lire Introduced to this form of 'dope' as an mitldnto for the 'shakes' that como of alcoholic oxecss. Tho first dose calms the man, but its effect Is eo stupefying that ho goes back for al cohol to pull him out of his deep de pression. Then back como tho 'shakes,' then moro of tho drug, and in about ten dns wo get tho man hero wild eyed, unstrung nml probably menlnlly and physically wrecked for life." Hut this Is by no menus the only drug openly sold whoso effects on Its devotees aro fully ns dnngcrous as tho chloial, opium, localuo. moiplilno and ulislnllio forbidden by law In fact, n chemical nnalysis of Hio d'Mgs now on tho market would reveal that most of them aro derivatives from the, very drugs which tho lnw havo Bought drive out. Hciolu, veronal, .dlonln, ether, chlo Ncwcst Thing from Paris, rolnrm, and rcnalin, ndnophln, super nnnllno those aro only a fow. Of those tho newest on tho market, nml I lie one to be found nowadays In my lady's boudoir In the homes of fash ion, Instead of the little sllvcr-sto-porod vial of chlornl or tho tiny mor phine needle lu Us Russia leather ute, has long had n plnco In the phnr innenpnoln, but hns only recently be ciimo a fncl for tho Jaded, tho hoi oil mid t lie unstrung among tho luxuri ous. It got Us ll'sl voguo In'I'nrls, but in tho lust yenr It hns como Into big diinuiiid In Now York, ospoclallj along I'lflli nvoiiuo; lu Newport, und down mining tho Florida palms and tho Car olina mountains. Tho surgeons aboard tunny big ocean liners seo to It that cd tho emptied vnronnl bottlo would be found, when tho 'fiend ' works up tho doses from sixteen to, say, thirty or forty grains, ns most of them do, there ensues acuto depression, black gloom that suggests suicide almost Imperatively , extent as do tho other "dopes." Tho Kther and chloroform "drunkards" habits arc less rtcductlvc. save as tho frroil 11000 for his vote. exist numerously, but not to such an!,, necro newspaper man mid n senses arc moro completely lulled. Us delegate from Mnssnchusctts, vvns of- vlctlms do notlnug enjoy their secrctifered Instalments of $100 n day nml addiction to this form of obtaining promised the place of Federal patron surccaso of phjslcal pain or mental i age referee In his district If ho would worry or despondency. Of nil the I desert Tnft for Roosevelt. Hero ts tlio drug habits these perhaps prove fatal' ntlldnvlt mnde by Hliumpnrt: within the shortest period. I State of Illinois, rity of Chicago Another easily oblnlned drug Is par- On Thursday, Juno 13, 1912, nt the nldehvde. Acnlnnt this tho Indictment1 1'nllKeiiiu. Ill the city of Chicago, HI, of tho mcdlcnl men and sociological! I " met by Charles Hanks of MIs- CllliWflO. HI. June 17 The clinr neter of the light that has been wnged mi behalf of Ituoseclt since Ills ar rival In Chicago and explanations nt the accession of some negro votes to the Iloosevelt forces were disclosed to. night through the medium of ntllilnvlls made by two members of the Missis slpl delegation One of them, Ilev James W Sliiim port, a presiding elder of the Method ist I"plcopnl church, and one of tho best known negroes In Ids Htntc, was, according to his sworn statement, of- A Iluckley. Tnft ATDAYLIGHTi slrslppl mid n delegate from that Statu to the national Republican convention, who usked me to call nt Ids house, 2111 Walmsh iivenue Chicago, I went to his house nt 5 o'clock tho snme afternoon, a ml when I entered Ills room ho asked everybody to leavel lie begun the conversation WEINZHEIMER IS students Is not so severe. Doctors use It for fixing up "drunkards' " nerves, cnrrVlng them over tho ncuto singes. It doesn't nppcnl popularly uccnuso It Is a most wretchedly tnst lug mid smelling stuff. It makes tho Clilcacn stockt nrds seem In comnarl- son like a blooming rose. Habitually I "'"'l't mv used It Is ns harmful as any of tho "T" rtUnr fnrtnu thnlll-li Ifn nnllrtn la ulniV.' cr, less apparent and moro Insidious. The "Snuffers." The largest colony of 'dopo fiends" In nil tho cities Is to bo found In that constantly growing group classified as tho "snuffers," who rango In age from tho superannuated to the child of tho slums. Tho snuff "dopo" nppcals to tho poor, tho wretched, tho despond ent and nervous "down and outs" be cause It Is cheap. A little "snuff dopo obtnlnnblo for tho prlco of a glass of beer goes a long way. . Tho list of theso powders for Inlial- 'm,, citizenship of l.udwlg Wclius lng Is a long one, but heroin, nndrenn- hclmcr, which started n row at tliolust Mil, nuephln and supcrahallno head iiepubllcan Territorial convention, enn tho group In popularity. Heroin Is tho P m, longer cpicstlnnvd He wiisono most widely known nnd among tho 0r eight aliens admitted to full cltlzeu most onsllv obtainable. Its base Isjuhlp ,i the rolled Stales by Federal opium nnd Its effects nro very similar Judge Clemens tins morning in morphine, but the victim finds the by iislilng me it I Jmd ever seen n one thousand dollar bill. I replied that I had not He then tint his hand In his pocket and brought out n big roll of bills. The outside bill vvhm one of tho de- Wirelessed Information from the nomination of Mono. It was the llrst cruiser Colorndo. which is oxpccled I hail ever seen ihe roll or bills whs m nn early hour tomorrow mornm? nearly nit In gold certificate from the Far I-ast, brings the news! lie then wanted to know how much that there Is one rase of chlckcupox I would nk b go with Mill and sup- aboard. The cruiser will therefore He pert Mr. Iloosevelt I told him that t cut lu the hnrlmr until the necessary i would not be bought; that 1 had nut uuarantlne formalities have been com come to Chicago to sell myself He pleted. She Is expected to nrrlvo olT then said that nil or n mnJorlt of the port nt 6 n. in., and will probably He delegates were going to Iloosevelt, who up to navy dock No. 2 nt nbout 8 ! would lio nominated, and that Mr There nro fifteen sacks of mnll wnh ' Iloosevelt would make him the rcfcrcci lug for tho Colorndo, nnd her officers i lu Mississippi In connection with nil mid crew will get the first news from the Federal olllcc I repented that I home that they have linil for more would not be n pirty to such n trnns- .than six weeks. It was something of nctlon nnd then excused myself. Ther.i a surprise to local navy men that the whs no further lonvcrsntlon between ioiornuo iiccus oiny in'" inns ui coin un ncenuni ot ino poor conuiiinu oi her hollers It wns expected that shot would require nt least 2000 tons to teplcnlsh her bunkers. r 30 3C nl us. Dated this tTlh day of June, 1912 (Hlgncdi J M HUt'Mf'HtlT. Presiding I'lder, .Meridian Conference, M. 11 Church. Subscribed .un! sworn to before me, a notary public June IT. till: M lli:i,l, i: CAItNAIIAN. Notnry l'ubllc Witnesses Andrew (leddes, J T Montgoincr FULL FLEDGED CITIZEN NOW habit harder to brenk. Kitty per cent of tho girls of tho underworld, It hni been estimated, nro nddlctcd to Its Wclnidiclmcr. manager of tlio I'ln- mcr pluiitiitlou nt Uduilna. Maul, nroved one of tho bones of contention at the Republican convention liecniiso use. Thcro Is a drug store on tnoj-iic came as 11 iicicksic, some tm s llowcry nnd soveral In Sixth avenue,' ho hud the rigiu io siinre in me pro- where unfortunates appear two or thrco times during a night for a sniff" of this favorite nepenthe. They will enter with roving eyes, blinds tin steady, faces waxen white, tako up tho lit (Io while packet of powder with pit iful eagerness and retire to a tele phono booth and Indulgo In long Inha lations through mouth and nostrils. Tho effect Is Instnnlnneoiis nnd Is per fectly apparent when tho young worn nn emcrces from tho booth. Her ills- trnught look Is replaced by n smile, her glnnco has become stendy, her hands do not shake, her dragging walk has gono for tho tlmo being. Protect the Weaklings. "Of course." said Dr. Gregory, "our most usual enscs hero aro alcoholics, but the laws against tho sale of 'dono' drugs hnvo In no way diminish cd tho number of such cases. Wo seo only a small pcrcentago of tho vic tims here, yet they aro numerous. Tho majority of the cases of 'drug fiends,' I urcsumo. really do not reach the ATTACK ALIEN II Latest advices relative to the visit of Hear Admiral Stanford, chief ot the, Hurcau of Yards and Docks, nro Hint, ho will sail from San Francisco Inly 111. Tlio personal Inspection of tlio bureau chief of the Important nnval work being dono nt Henri Harbor is looked on ns significant of tho stress which Washington Is putting on Ha wallan Improvements nnd defenses. Hy pre-nrrnngement I'rlnco Kiihlo, Delegate to Congress, nnd the lend SAN FHANC'ISCO, C'al., Juno 18 ers of Iho Hnvvnllan longshoremen's The Asiatic Exclusion Leaguo yester-j Association hold an Important confer day passed a resolution to uso ovoryenro nt noon today In tho Kaplnlanl Inlluence, through (lovcrnor Johnson , I'stnto Hulldlng, corner of King nml and Thendoie Hell, to obtain In tho.Alakcn Btreels. Tho meeting was Republican and Doinocratlc platforms, Iprhnte, and thoso who had previously respectively, a plank pledging exclu-jcnllcd on tho Delegate, worn politely ceedlngs nnd to enst his vote because he hud declared his Intention to be come 11 cltlr.cn and would vote lit tho next election. Ills claim was support ed iiv the Frcnr-Tnft imitlngeiit. but bitterly attacked bj thu followers ot Kuhlo. l'nssed up to tho eonunltteo on cre dentials, the dispute resulted 111 two reports, tho majority recommending that he be ncocpted. So much xentl tnent lu riivor of the minority report vvhm aroused, however, that Welnzhel mer voluntarily withdrew from the convention Hour and was cheered for his action. He Is now assured that dllllculty of this nature vv III not lio 011 lountcrcd again, nnd that he limy cast his vote at tho. next election In No vember. Among the others admitted to eltl- zenshln this morning was Paulino Natto, who for fourteen yenr lues been 11 miin without 11 country Ho was born in the Philippines, of Spanish fa ther unci native mother, and when Ad inlrul Dewey stilled Into Manila luirbor asylumB for the Insano, but they go-' tm, momentous May morning In down to wretched death Just the same bereft, ns n rulo of every quality that may havo mado them worthy nnd attrnctlvo when thoy began life. Of course It Is weaklings who most eas ily fall victims to drug habits, crea tures who wlnco nt the slightest pain nnd cower before tho lenst of grief. Too pnnlc-strlckcn by the suffering of tho moment to count tho cost, they turn Io tho false comfort of drugs. Tlio Inws cannot bo too Btrlct that aim to protect thoso who through lack of character, through Inherent nervous weaknesses nro unnblo to protect themselves." SUGAR MEN ARE DEHIND CUBAN REVOLT, CHARGE WASHIMiTON. Juno S. - Tho chamo that sugar Intorcsts might b behind Iho present revolution lu Cuba to forto nnnoxntoln aim consequent withdrawal of tho 40 per cent sugar duty was inndo lu Iho Senate by Net ton of Mlnncbola today. Ilo Intro duced a resolution dliectlng Investiga tion of the Intorcals behind tho Mex ican uprising, suggesting that Ameri can mining Interests might bo con cerned. Senator Ilacon Intrpduccd, a resolu tion declaring It to bo tho fcenso of tho Senulo that (ho President has not an- 18 '.IS. Natto wns 11 corporal In tlio Spanish army, stationed neur Mnnlln When his regiment was Involuntarily disbanded following the capture of Ma nlld, Natto retired to private life, tak ing up the occupation of carpenter Ijitcr he Joined tho United Htaics navy, serving for several years and finally receiving an honorable discharge. For the Inst few years he has been employ ed by the military department, und has been doing carpenter work lu ono of the government's most secret elcpurt menlH near Honolulu William Arthur ("leghorn, nephew of the lute (lovernor ("leghorn of 1 low all, born In New .calami, uas also admit ted to citizenship William Jiiine-s Cain, lit present band master of the Klfth Cavalry, born In die 1 canity of Cora, Ireland, escuped slon of nil Asiatic laborers. Tho re rent seizure of the launch Karl K., which landed Chinese Illegally at Half moon May, and the capture of other II legal Chinese, together with the re cent expose of tho smuggling of Jap anese across tho Mexican line, havo aroused tho various delegates to spe cial activity. An attempt will bo made to obtain regulation of land tenuro in tlio State, thiougli tho next legislature, lu order 1 ""," ' "li '" to check tho BcttlliiB of Japanese and ?",ul' " .nt,""f Chinese on ranches In tho Interior " ' "i V'l' ??.!; counties. Secretary A. K. Yoell sug gested that It would bo well to have a lobbyist at Washington to assist In tho passage of tho Halter hill A resolution was passed to secure additional patrol service for the south ern const. It Is asserted that only ono revenue cutter Is nt Sun Diego, und for only purl of the time. The plank desired In the Democrat ic and Republican platforms Is as fol low s : "Whereas, experience for tho last CO years has demonstrated to the penplo of the United States that Asiatic Im migration constitutes a serious men ace to tho Industrial, economic, civic und moral life of the Nation and should bo prohibited by law; there fore, be It "Resolved, That it Is tho right and tlio Imperative duty of tho Govern ment of tho United States to protect Us own peoplo against tho demoraliz ing Intluencu of Asiatic Immigration, whether it comes from China, Japan, India or any other part of Asia; and be It further but llrmlv told In leave the room Shortly aRcr 12 o'clock lodny. Pres ident (leorgo K. Kane, and Secrclary llcnjauiln Dole of tho longshoremen's Association came Into tho private of fice cf the Dolcgato In the Kaplnlanl building mid thorn held n long and Important conference. Nnno of thoso present nt tho confer enee would dlseuss tho nml tor It Ih believed, however, that tho conference had something to do with the local Somo say, how onferenro wns nothing moro nor less than a talk over the plans for Iho longshoremen lu Iho Fourth of July parado, ICtililo being marshal. m Mi-' i vs5wv yBAjf QUEEN ST. PAYING (Continued from Pag 1) service for twenty -live to thirty sears MiClellan charged the umjorlti or the board as acting hnstil) and further Insisted that, had they delayed the mutter, a saving of from llfteen hun dred to three thousand dollars could have been effe-cted. Supervisors I'licn Uiw and Harry Murray piloted a ponderous steiim roll er Into the assembly room of the board of supervisors nt noon today, and be fore they hud completed their imirse. their lollragucie looked lllco the) might have enJoed 11 chance meeting with one Colonel Iloosevelt. Low was Instriiinntal lu rushing tho Paving of Queen street through the 11 lliu COMMERCIAL BUILDING SITE WOULD BE COSTLY priiifffit do not appear particularly l,,-lvn,l l liitnrvcs In nnv forclirn their mcdlcluo chebtB uro well Blocked j( 01lrv ox,.,t whon an emergency with this bllss-glvcr to the neurotica of tho mouoy-bag. It docs not threaten tho slums, ho cnuso It Is very exponidvo. The liny pellets (tho form in which it comes) nro cneli ns valuublo ns u bit of gold tlvo times Its size, lis derivation Is Miinelhlni; of a inystory, but physi cians to the wealthy know it as a drug mine easily assimilated Iiv tho human tevstom than morphine, as Boothlng in Its effects, and thai It Is equally mh SBtious Io body and brain; nnd fur tlior, Hint Iho habit onto formed iully us gripping 1111 morphine. nrlBCB requiting protect Ion of Ameri can citizens and piopony. A resolution wns adopted usklng n committee to report on tho authority lor Intervention. m 1 Pllll-ADIXPIIIA, Pa. Juno Id. Tho American Sugar Refining Com pany, of which (leorRo H. Frazier of tills city is director, has leturued to the Government something like $T,00, hOO In order to escape further prose cution hy tho Government, but in turn- iH.Ing over tho money there has been 11 As In tentative agreement that tho leading lnornhlno a largo poreenlngo of tho oihcb aro hopeless of euro. Djinperous Varonal. And Ilion thcro Is varonal, a piod net of coal tar, as claiigmous a drug ns well may bo Imagined, but sold widely by druggists, though tho phy sician will uso It only with tho great est discretion and resort to It only In emergunclos. Its superllclul uffocts mo dual. To somo It transmits tho cxubcrnui'o and uxcllcmoni of Indulg ence In alcohol; to others the effect Is uoiiorlllc. overcoming wakeful night nervousness. Hut to a I who beiomo trlst Mhl , ,,, 8au(J (mo , . addleled to It for prolonged periods K(lr tniHt mon .U-cliiro tliny lmo r".ip iliu pfiect in tlio end Ih tho tui-110 - ,.,, 0 WmMh tttm ll( frauds m Biiunoicii iiivmai biuoiiii;, iiuciiiiiiiiii- ,..... .. . ...id,,,,,.,. ,.uiUll, 11,0 old. spirits In the sugar dust will tell all they know and will leveal their deal ings with employes of tho Govern ment. Thcbii men aro to bo punished, lull tho representatives of tho sugar trust nro to go freo in return for tholr Iob tlmony Not only will Government employes lio Implicated In the frauds, but Bovnral men ruled as wealthy aro to lie arrested These men ate con nected wi'li an Independent rentiers which has antagonized tho sugar Resolved. That this convention if.,i,.nw itu Mntiilia tn work for iho! board He vviiri nhly seconded enactment of a law bv ("oncress to so stampede by Murray Several super- j nmend Hie Chinese exclusion law bb visors vvante-d a little time to nialii- to excludo from tho United Slates ulliwme Inquiry Into tne quuiinoiiiions 01 t.lll 1l,r,,ra" I lilt II I it ll Ic IIS II liUVeilieilt til VVllllSllllUI '"D,,"-- '"" I. .- . . I heavy tnimc. Low cicmaiiiieii niai inn - pavement matter be taken up mid threshed out today .Murray attempt ed to call Mce'lcllan to a point of or der because tlmt otlielil desired to In tel pose some objections to the (lllmuii nrodinl for tlm-i-n strict .Maor Kern Molded the board, but to no avail. Low appeared satlslled with the guarantee from Oilman to lliu effect .Hut the pavement would lust ten years McClellaii Insisted that for six thousand dollars additional the city would get a pavement that would wear for luenb or tvvciilj -ll e rs .Uell nil be out of olllie by that employe or HorTschlucRcr tc i"e. ; Luis option on the Spreckels property,here I ti,ne, anyway," was a rejoinder that Chilstlan of Universal'. Norway, now for 1500,000. was present und placed a folloivul this renuiil.. a ship's carpenter, and Hans l-uiiman, price i nue.wii on 1110 sue wiimeci mr ,.ri,...,ier. of ljirbv. lleiimurk. the 1 oiuinerclal building Moreover, the the police force of New York city', but "hi unniy 101- uie uiil 01 mv ,i- vvus captured by the city of lliilvehtou l""-cd eominirel.il building If 11 .1. - later and niudo policeman thcro for pmcls upon the securing of the slto ut si-viral years, was iniolhir to recelvo Mcrilunt mid Hlshop streets owned by Ids n llier. cue niiri-cseis esiaie 1110 jouii e-oin- The others were Tnoiiias I'ltiicn, a "" i'"iih ..-,., ..... ftcotchman by birth, at present em- orgaiiUiitlons held a meeting yesterday loved by Davie & Co, at A Ion; Mir- afternoon mid talked the yiatter over. ino' Pierr,. Jn.-oh of llanir. land, an ' W Mliltish . who has secured un Benjamin Clothes YOU'LL APPRECIATE WHAT GOOD CLOTHING IS When you sec our line of DcnjamtnV. We offer every possible advantage in purchasing one of these suits. DOZENS OF STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM And all exclusive patterns and colorings. Tailoring and fit the best, and if you once wear one you will never wear any other make. THE CLARION 11 Lor. rort ana riotel ats. I llii irnrnni--.ii wmmmiaamimmmmmmmmmmmm . TAX APPEAL COURTS FINISH WORK TODAY, dui,tf.. option expires on July II, and though mi extension of thirty days can prub- uhl lie obtained, It Is considered If ut this 11 inn of year the public subscriptions to ilnniice the The work of all tho tax iippe-ul building plans can be obtained in n boaiiU In the Territory will be con- short tlmo. A sp'-elal leiniinlttei" I. II I'.irls, VV. I' KlllliiRham, I'red Waldrou nml I' W Miiefarlane -vvhm named to can vass the business community to seo If the building can be financed VOLCANO REPORTED . HAS RISEN 75 FEET eluded this afternoon The claim board practically finished lis work yester day, when discussions wire lie-arc! on the valuations of two properties own ed by 1' M Kniilut) nnd nn owned by Mrs ll C Jiidd. The members of the board visited the tract ut Koolauloa this morning, after leaching an nur ce ment on tho Milium tract The ap peal of the Jolir In I'stnto vvus com-1 promised All the tax appeal court Hll.ei. Jinn jk Hlslng "f, feed III of the Territory trrinliiato tonight by four days, the v oleic no Is once more law I keeping the scientists on the Jump ( I Hop Hlinpsou cif tlie Crater House Tho hoard has appropriated SMMKJ was In town cstoiil.iy und he says for tho purposo of removal of two tlmt there Is every Indication that tlio buildings belonging to I'rUiukuliia ,ua ulll continue to rlu for soinu school. The building will bo hmiled tii. vet to a now locution In Kunkuko. a i,ik irowd win be over on the II. II. Williams has been iivviirded Mmin.i Ke Hunchij morning, and Iho contract for burial of Indigent if .M,,dniii H, ic c ontlnues behaving lier- Nn resolution vvus offered, onl a rluil understanding being set forth at tenia 's meeting regarding tho pav ing of the street llefore leaving Sir Oilman told (bo board that the Job should not cost moru than IJI'.OOO. as estimated by tho city engineer Tlio pavement calls for live Inches of rolled roik with two Inches bllulithlc coin pound IVru predicted that bllulithlc would never stand the strain of trallle that goes over Queen street. Ho cited twen ty to thirty-ton weights being carted over the street. An electric light conduit system will bo laid along tho thoroughfare before It Is paved. No action was taken In the matter of letting a contract for the 1'uulon road owing to tho fuel that tho set tlement of u right of way had not yet been ccimplflc-tl. llerlrani von D.uuui on behalf of the Ch-uu-l'p Day committee thanked the I loan I for 11 e-ush ilonatlon'iis well as thi use of calls, horses mid eepilp-incut Ma33ara E-NGRIWINGfr -PLRNTtA wmifi7J7Wfwmg2M dead of tho city and county, Ills bid having been found Io bo (ho lowest I Tho city falhers have been re'ipics ed 10 Install electric lights along I hue 1 portion 01 Niiuami road lending io the premised 01 Hie wuhii uciuinry club. 1 1 1 m " (leorge Ingniliuin. formerly vice pus. I Idvlit of the I'lliKlilv Mutual I-lfc lo se ll the 1 sliocilil 1,0 1 - Ilion , e 1 1.1c k bigger boost ed geltellll lieUIHI mill lllllll puratjsis. . ., .Vinil,.nn U,,,,,,. l(ln lm, .,,. l-inulliv. Is ilisiil from 11 coin I'hysltlaim of cnilmvico say that If tho company fr ,uuk uxnrtly tho name plication 1.1 dlues lie was ns v.-urs . mourn of ninny a milcldu vvcro nvarcli Mni. liy i,!,.), ,tK,j 11UI m0U.,i, ohi Sachs for Dry Goods The llreinen of the (Iruucl Trunk IUIIwuy will (tend u depiilutlon to the central cithers to demand a 2" percent lm least- lu vvngi-s. The eugliiecisvvc.ru The proM(M-d Increaso In tho Insur ance rales of tho Catholic Knights and Ladles of Honor of America, fulled of ndopllon nt tho eleventh biennial con vention of Hip order. The village) of I'nrnlcer. ()., named after I'liic-i'iivr Boiinior I'orukor, vvn leceiill) tliioatoued with II lite which Imdu fair tu duitro) tlio tu'.tu. High-Class Upholstery and Drapery Work J. H0PP & SON., LTD. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. Entered for Record June 23. 1912. From 10:30 a. m. to 4)30 p, m. Victor II Ijippwc to Hlihop ol .ciigmu . 1 John M Wblteiuiek and vvf to l.or- riu AiulrowH 1) 1-orrln Andruvvs und wf tu Mur S WlilleuaeU 1 II Kahlin by utty to Julius Van Hlginoud 1) Mury Kane ami tub to Juhu Cchutte I) John Hrhutt und vvf to Mutual llldg A lian Hoe of II M llUhop Trust Cu Ltd. tr, to Trr- ritur or Hawaii Rl Entered for Record June 39, 1912. From 8i30 a. n, to 10i30 n. m, tbolllu V illlvc-lrn und bsb tu Itenui V 1 1 Mil .-. . t) Joe l c'ldudtt and vrf to Manuel ci Moiilx . . 1) Autoue II Hhilliis to Mizuba Vo- shlturo ...II H Cicorge Aliuia to Sarah I'.nnplvell . n e'lie leg Ah ('hung to John I'ravalhu M Abcxander Malolio to Ijiwrcnce Maloho . , l John J Combs to Jotin Kekaula He! John K'cl.ttula and wi to Antono J Lopots . . D leue-y ll High and bsb i Territory of Hawaii ... D Ultima M Nil vu and hi to Trs of Ui of H ( Allen ,. 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