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Campbell Guardian Not
to Take Part in
13. P. Dole jesterday (lied In the Supreme
Court a statement of Ills refusal
to participate in the argument on the
appeal from Judge Gear's decision, appointing
him as guardian of the
minor1'. Mr. Dole also says that he
will decline the trust, If hli appointment
Is objectionable to the mother of
the children, and gives na his reasons
for his refusal to present a brief the
Impropriety of a man arguing In behalf
of his own nppolntmcnt to a position
of trust. Mr. Dole's statement is as
To the Honorable Justices of said
I have not qualified as guardian In
the above entitled matter for the
th it I at once understood that an I
appeal would b6 taken, and I did not,
wish to prematurely subject the estate!
to certain small expenses incident to
And for the further reason that,
shortly after my appointment, It became
probable that I would have to go
Hist In behalf of a private business Interest.
t. hna iintnn noeessarv for mo to
take this business trip ery soon, nnd
I expect to be gone some two or three
Upon my return, If the decision of the
Circuit Judge is sustained, 1 will
the duties of the guardianship,
provided there are no objections
to me, as I understand there are
On the other hand, I shall decline the
trust If my appointment Is objectionable
to the mother of the children for
nny reason personal to me.
I doubt the proprlsty of my submitting
nn argument or a brief in behalf of
my own appointment to a position of
trust. I regard it as n position not t"
be struggled for, but one that should
seek the man, rather than the man
I therefore respectfully ask the Indulgence
of the court In declining to
nrgue the question of law Involved,
either by brief or otherwise.
E. P. DOLE.
November 21, 1003.
WOULD HAVE SAVED
We are more than surprised Hint
Clerk Mcheula should have been such
an easy prey to the demands of the
Federal grand Jury, without making
some show of fight by questioning its
Jurisdiction. But It is Just like the rest
of his kind, weak-kneed: nnd further,
he went and acted contrary to the
stand taken by him these many
months, and we believe he'd a done the
-same thing eve'n If he had been thereto
advised, for it Is Just like them. Had
we been In his place, we'd have made
a run for those vouchers And there's
another point, he should have demanded
a receipt for them, and If not, their
examination and Investigation should
have been made In his presence, because
most of the Jurors are unfilendly
to them politically nnd otherwise, they
helng of the faction eager to discredit
ever thing Hawaiian. Hut the
lot gloats over the fact of
the success they made In resurrecting
those vouchers after they had made
sure of their destruction Independent.
WALK HOT SANDS
Aloha Temple, Mjstlc Slulners is
preparing for a hot time on December
19th. Illustrious Potentate 13. aligns
Holt hns charge of the program for the
ceremonies on that date, at which will
he Initiated into the in) stories of the
order, twelve or fifteen candidates from
the other Islands. The ceremony will
take place in Masonic Temple.
The Illustrious Potentate la making
his preparations by means of ' The
Shrlncrs Hope Cable Co Unlimited",
which professes to have "rope bervlce
to all bona of the desert." llcclulcnts
o the messages are requested to "pay
no charges to mefesenger unless you
have this delivered by jour Uncle
The cable blank Is printed In the
usual form nnd the conditions printed
on the back of It aie us follows. "This
company transmits all messages free
to those who carry In their pockets n
1903 frank, If jou do not hnve one,
see the Secretary, and hu will tell ou
how to get one."
W. R. Castle, w ho has Just returned
from Hawaii, says that the Increased
activity In the crnter of Mokuaweoweo
is noticeable all along the Kona coast.
On Thursday a heavy column of smoke
ehot up, and on rrlday night the illumination
was unusually bright.
"And so Flanders is a candidate for
congress! Has he any knowledge of
"Sure. His campaign has cost him
only SO cents so fur."
The County Act Does
District magistrates now serving 'l!l
continue to hold olllce even after the
County Act goes Into effect. The new
Iivv provides that the Hoard of Supervisors
shall have power to nppolnt the
district Judges, but there Is n speel il
provision which exempts the present
ofllce holders from the effect of the
act until their tenure of ofllce shall
Hotli of the Honolulu Judges, Lindsay
and Dickey, have nearly a full two
j ears still to serve. Quite a number of
the commissions will expire next jear,
and the offices wilt then be filled by
the Hoard of Supervisors, but quite a
few continue over until nfter the expiration
of the terms of the recently
The County Act provides for the appointment
of magistrates nnd various
other minor officers. Section 48 snjs
"The ofllcers of each district are:
One or more District Magistrates, one
or more Deputy Sheriffs, Road Supervisors,
nnd such subordinate officers ns
shall be provided by law. The provisions
of this section shall not nffect
the tenure of ofllce of the present District
The following are the present district
magistrates in the Territory and
the dates when their respective commissions
ISLAND OP HAWAII.
R. II. Atkins, North' Kohala, expires
August 31, 1901.
1 nomas Alu, North Kona, expires
April 30, 1905.
Geo. Clark, North Kona, expires
April 30, 1905.
O W. A. Hapil, South Hllo, expires
April 31, 1901.
Wm. Hookunnul, South Kolnla, expires
April 30, 1905.
Henry Hall, Hamakua, expires September
J. Walohlnu, Hamakua, expires April
Wm. Kamau, Puna, expires August
S. W. Knnl, South Kom, expires
August 31, 1901.
II. S. Klcknrd, North Hllo, expires
September 1, 1904
W. P. McDougall, North Kohnla, expires
November 20, 1904.
Thos. C. Rldgway, South Hllo, expires
August 3, 1903.
J. H. Walpullanl, East and West
Kau, expires August 31, 1904.
ISLAND Or MAUI.
Chan Copp, Makawao, expires August
John H. Hanuna, Hann, expires July
D. Knhnulello, Lnhalnn, expires
August 31, 1904.
G. K. Kunukau, Honuaula, expires
May 1, 1903.
J. K. Pllm'anu, Kipahulu, expires
August 31, 1904.
W. A. McKny, Walluku, expires December
ISLAND Or MOLOKAI.
J. II. Maho", Molokal, expires July 30,
Thos K. Nathaniel, Knlaupapa, expires
April 15, 1904.
ISLAND Or LANAI.
S. Kahoohalahala, Lanal, expires
August 31. 1904.
ISLAND Or OAHU.
E. P. Alkue, Koolaupoko, expires
August 31, 1904.
L. II Nalnoa, Koolauloa, expires
April 12, 1903.
L. A. Dlckev, Honolulu, expires
August 17, 190",
Alex. Lindsay, Honolulu, expires
Auzust 17, 1903
Samuel Hooknno, Ewn, explies
August 31, 1904.
Alfred Kalll, Walalua, expires July
S. Kekahuna, Wnlanae, expires
August 31, 1904.
ISLAND Or KAUAI.
J. K. Burkett, Koloa, expires April
David K. Kapahee, Koloa, expires
December 15, 1903.
J. Knklna, Hanakl, evpires April 30,
II. K. Knhele, Llhue, expires April
Samuel Knnewanul, Kawnlhnu, expires
Match 16, 1901.
G. L. Kona, Wnlmea, expires, August
ISLAND Or NIIIIAU.
E. Kahale, Nllhau, expires August
The Italian warship has been coaled,
provisioned nnd renovated, nnd Ib
In readiness to steam for Yokohama.
The warship Is scheduled to depart
for Japan on Wednesday morning between
9 nnd 10 o'clock, piobably at
9.30. As sho carries only a limited n-mount
of coal the vessel will not
steam over ten knots per hour.
Owing to the table news of the coming
of the American hqundron to this
port, In readiness to proceed to Panama,
It is possible that orders may be
received by the Elba asking her to re-main
here, so that If nn Itnllnn
is needed on the Pacific side of
Panama, the Klba may remain "for
Knpiolnnl Park has been Improved
very much lately by the addition of a
number of new settees.
Hawaiian gazette. Tuesday November 24, 1903 semi-weekly.
AT ST. LOUIS
Honolulu, November 20, 1903.
Editor Advertiser: As Commissioner
to the St. Louis Exposition, I have been
requested by President Kruncls of that
organization "to extend nn invltatlm
to the Hawaiian Press Assoclitlon, to
meet in St. Louis during the vvect beginning
May 16th, 1904. It Is planned
to have this week known as the
World's Press Parliament Week "
nnd I am Informed also that the National
Editorial Association nnd several
State nnd Territorial Prcs
hnve ngrccd to meet In St.
Louis nt that time.
As there Is no local organization before
which this could be brought, I
am addressing this letter to the representative
newspaper men here wltn
a request that they meet with mo
either In person or by some delegated
of the staff, at the rnrr s nt
the Merchants' Association, on the afternoon
of Thursday, December 3rd,
at 4 o'clock.
I believe this nn excellent opportunity
to put the name of "Hawaii"
i . r ' 'e UnltPii '
through the medium of the grest
newspnpers, nnd would urge therefore
that you Join with in In nn effort to
secure this continued free advertising.
Very truly yours,
F. W. MACFARLANE.
Commissioner St. Louis Exposition.
II ESTATE CASE
A unanimous opinion of the Supreme
Court, written by Chief Justice Prear.
was filed yesterdny In the equity suit
of George II Brown nnd Francis Hyde
Brown, minors, by their next friend,
Albert r. Judd, vs. Charles A. Ilrown,
John A. Mngoon nnd Irene II Hollow ay.
Judge Gear's decision sustaining the
demurrer nnd dismissing the bill Is
nmrmed, and the case remanded to
him. A. S. Hnrtwell appeared for
plaintiff: Hatch & Sllllman nnd T. I.
Dillon for Brown nnd Magoon, Robertson
&. Wilder for Mrs. Hollowav.
The bill was to declare a trust and
for other relief. C. A. Brown nnd Irene
II Holloway, who were formerli husband
and wife and aie the parents of
the plaintiffs, conveved certain lands
claimed to have come to the wife under
her father's will to a trustee to convoy
the same to a corporation to be formed
(John Ii Estate, Ltd ). The corporation
was formed nnd the property conveied
to It. One-third of Its capital stock Is
held by Mrs. Holloway In the name of
A. W. Carter, one-third by Carter as
trustee for the plalntlfts and the remaining
thlid by Brown except as to
one share, held for him by Mngoon A
decision of the Supreme Court, before
the convoances were mnde, held th it
Irene owned the property In fee,
ngalnst a contention that she had only
a life estate therein.
The petitioners held that the Supreme
Court decision was void for want of
Jurisdiction, it being contended tint the
sitting of two substitute Justices on
the case was unconstitutional They
prayed that the defendants bo requiied
to assign the stock held by them to a
trustee In trust to pay the income of
500 shares thereof to said Irene for life
and of nnother 500 shares to the said
Brown for the life of the said Irene,
nnd at her death to assign all of the
said shares to the plalntlfts absolutely.
Defendants demurred to both the
original and nn amended bill, both of
which the Circuit Judge sustained and
from his ruling plaintiffs nppealed.
The Supreme Court decides agilnst the
appeal on nil points.
SEES A LIGHT
The free hand, open and positive utterances
of Geo. R. Carter published
In the Honolulu papers have the true
ring It la an Innovation In Hawaii
for a high public official to talk
straight, unequivocally and earnestly
for publication. Geo. It. Cniter Is
bounding the note of a new era and It
we mistake not lias divined with excellent
Instincts the way Into public
confidence, the way to a solid pedestal
as governor, from which nothing but
Inconceivable mistakes can remove
him. Mr. Carter Is winning the confidence
of the public by taking the pub
lic unreservedly Into his confidence. It
Is the frank American spirit which wins
in America only ns It wlna any where,
when men In position nre strong enough
and bold enough to rely upon the
sense of the people. These methods
clear the atmosphere of doubt, suspicion,
stealth nnd vnclllatlon and promote
understanding nnd public confidence.
When mistakes nre made under
such a general policy of frankness nnd
directness, the public is usually generous.
When Geo. R. Carter becomes well
settled In the ofllce of Governor the
people of Hllo would like the
of giving him the glad hand. During
four ears. Governor Dole came
once to this town nnd traveled then
Incog. Ho has never been In official
touch with Hllo. He paid soclnl visits
In outer districts but this whole Island
knows him more ns n venerable
cltken than as nn oillcinl militant.
It will bo different with the virile nnd
active present Incumbent. Hllo Is
ready to be good regardless of factional
or even party lines, nnd will
contribute all sho enn to the task of
Injecting a Twentieth Century spirit
into the administration of Hawaiian
affairs. Hllo Tribune.
A general denial has been filed by
defendants In the suit of Castle &
Lnnsdnlo against the executors 6f the
estate of S. O. Allen.
Hnlenkala Hart appeals from judgment
of J70 01 ngnlnst her by District
Magistrate Dickey nt the BUlt of II, M.
von Holt, executor of the will of Frnnk
Services at the
With Mnsonlc nnd church rites the
remnlns of the late Col. W. II. Corn-well
were laid to rest In the family
plot In Nuuanu Cemetery jesterday
afternoon. The services, both In the
Mnsonlc Temple nnd nt Central Union
church, were largely attended, attesting
to the esteem In which the deceased
had been held In the community.
The floral tributes were many and
beautiful, and all were artlstlcnlly
placed upon the pulpit pi itform and
choir loft of the church. The casket
was adorned with ma fie lels, festooned
over the sides, nnd on the lid rested
beautiful wreaths of Iolet3 tied with
white ribbons and tarlatan.
The services In the Masonic Temple
were held under the auspices of Hawaiian
Lodge No. 21, Dr. Derby being
the Master. After this service the casket
was borne to the hearse nnd followed
by the widow of the deceased
and relatives and Honolulu
Knights Templar, was conveyed to
the Central Union church
The casket was placed before the
pulpit which was occupied by the pastor,
Rev. W. M. Klncald, nnd the
Mnsons. The Knights Templar,
In the full regalia of the ordei, occupied
pews on the right. Hawaiian
Lodge was assigned to the body of
the auditorium, and a large delegation
of members of the Pacific Club, headed
by Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, had pews at
the left. The widow, Jlr. and Mrs. W.
II. Cornwell, Jr , Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Walker, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Braymer,
Mrs. Wlddlfleld, Mrs. Vlda, Mr. Triel,
Mr. nnd Mrs Ililrd, the Misses Vld i,
Mr. Henry Vlda, Col. and Mrs. Geo
W. Mncfarlane, Mr. and Mrs Clarence
Macfarlane, nnd Mrs F. W. Macfar-lane,
occupied pews directly before the
The Mnsonlc ritual was given, and
a quartette composed of Messrs. Dillingham,
Kimball and Wall bang most
Rev. Mr. Klncnld mnde an address
In which he said In parf
"In the silence of a great affliction
the soul stands dumb. We have met
in each other's company on Just such
errands of grief nnd na this, so we
stand together in what we call a brotherhood
"It Is not for me to dwell upon the
life of the man who has Just passed
out of our midst. As I have been
thrown Into his society I have found
he was faithful to the obligations of
his life. His lite was characterized by
loyalty to conviction, as many of jou
know. Whatever else can bo said of
him, he wns true to his convictions
even when they meant great loss. He
was a true and devoted father, a loving
husband, n loyal friend nnd brother
In the ordei to which he belonsed, and
as such he will be remembered by you
nil ns long ns life shall last."
At the conclusion of the pastor's
the quartette sang "Nenrer My
God To Thee", after which, at the signal
of the Masonic Master, the casket
was borne from the church to the
henrse, followed by the family, Mnsons
nnd friends, nnd the following procession
formed nnd proceeded to the cemetery
In Nuunnu Valley: Drum corps
from the Nntlonnl Guard of Hawaii;
Platoon of Police: Honolulu
Uniform Rank Knights Templar;
Hawaiian Lodge, No 21; Pallbeners
Hon. S. M. Damon, Col. Samuel Parker,
W. M. Glffard, Godfrey Brown, C.
P. Inukea, Arthur A. Wilder, Prince
David Kawanannkoa, J. M. Dow sett,
Robert W. fahlngle and J. F. Bowler;
heatse: carriages with relatives and
SERVICES ON MAUI.
MAUI, Nov. 21. Eirly on Wednesday
morning, the 18th, Col. William II.
Cornwell died suddenly of heart dis
ease at his residence In Wnlluku. For
a )i'ur past nu mm coinpiuiiicu ui urn
heart, that nny undue excitement
ed him much discomfort, but none of
his relatives or friends considered the
trouble n serious one.
The funeral services took plnco al
his Wnlknpu residence nt 3 p m.,
Thursday afternoon, Nov. 19, and Rev.
Dr. E. G. Beckwlth of Pain ofTiclnted
nnd n double mnle quartet ted by W.
J. Coclho and Rev. W. Autt rendered
sacred music. The attendance of friends
from different parts of the Island wns
large nnd the display of flowers was
profuse. The coffin wns covered with
lllma lels nnd there were many
After tho services the body was
homo Immediately to Mnnlnca Bay
whero it was plnced aboard tho steamer
Maunn Loa In transit for Honolulu.
One of the most noticeable flornl
Pieces nt the Cornwell funeral wns a
pillow with n Jockey cap nnd a whip
across with the letter "H, J. C." above,
which stand for Havvaltnn Jockey Club.
A SORE THROA,T may be quickly
cured by applying a flannel bandage
dampened with Chnmberlaln's Pain
Balm. A lame back, a pain tn the
Bide or chest, should be treated tn a
Hlmllar manner. For sale by all dealers
and druggists. Benson, Smith &
Co, Ltd., Agents for Hawaii.
STRONG OLD AGE
AN OCTOGENARIAN WHO USES
DR, WILLIAMS' PINK PILIS.
Mr. Kindred Buys They Cured His
Rheumatism and That They
Give Him Strength.
When old people nre stricken with
disease every practitioner knows how
greatly the chances of successful treatment
are diminished by the natural debility
due to ndvnnced age. This fact
gives vital Importance to the case of
Mr. Amos Kindred, of No. 82 Jacctuoa
avenue, Worcester, Mass., who In his
eighty-fourth year Is enjovlng good
henlth and attributes It Inrgcly to Dr.
Wlllams' Pink Pills for Pale Peoole.
Not only does he use them ns a tonic,
a purpose for which they have no equal,
but he was cured by them of nn acute
disease, ns related In the following Interview.
Mr. Kindred snjs:
"Some time ago I was a sufferer from
Inflammatory rheumatism. It was In
my hands, legs and back, and my flesh
was very sensitive. My hnnds were
badly swollen, but my back troubled me
most nnd sometimes was so bad that I
could hardly get about. Once when I
stooped over to pick up something,
I found I could not straighten up. For
two weeks after that I could not stand
up straight. It was a terrible affliction
and neither doctors nor any medicines I
tried gave me any relief. I kept getting
worse and my back grew so bad that I
could not even turn over In bed without
"Then I tried Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale People They fitted my
case excatly and cured me. I have had
no return of the rheumnt'sm since then.
I still take the pills occasionally, for a
person of my age requires a tonic now
and then, nnd I find thnt nothing gives
me the strength that they do."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have a double
action, on the blood nnd on the nerves,
and have cured long-standing cases of
locomotor ataxia, paitlil paraljsls, St.
Vitus' dance, sciatica, neuralgia, rheumatism,
nervous headache, the
of the grip, palpitation of the
heart, pale nnd sallow complexions and
all forms of weakness either In male
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pal
People may be obtained at nil druggists,
or direct from Di Williams Medicine
Company, Schenectadj, N. Y,
fifty cents per box, six boxes for two
dollars and fifty cents
The Pacific Mall Company, which also
operates the boats of the O. &. O.
line and Toyo Klsen Kalsha, Is carrying
all the freight possible, and In the
past two months hns had to refuse
freight at Oriental ports. Often this
stuff takes up than weight,
nnd it would appear, when some of
the vessels arrive here; that they are
It Is said that owing to the accumulation
of freight the Pacific Mall Company
may charter a stenmer especially
to carry this surplus to the coast
and clean up When the Manchuria
and Mongolia commence .their regular
runs between San Francisco and Orient
ports. It Is likely that all the
freight offered w ill be transpoi ted
without delay. The dimensions of the
two new steamships are such that they
will carry all the freight now taken
by either the Koiea or Siberia, with
the' capacity of the China added. This
gives some Idea of tho magnitude of
the new vessels.
Oapt. Phillips Watched.
The passengers on the Aornngl on Its
last trip from Honolulu to Victoria,
presented Captain J. D. S. Philips, commander
of the ship with a handsome
eighteen karat gold watch Inscribed;
"To Captain J. D. S. Phillips from passengers
of R. M. S. Aorangl on hla Jubilee
Pacific trip, October, 1903 "
Hawallans Hoarding (Join.
There is still one hundred thousand
dollars of Hawaiian coin or
money estimated to bo In circulation
on the Islands, nnd this monev
will cease to be legal tender nfter the
first of next January. It Is not Hkelv
that this money la in active circulation,
and the danger Is that manv
thrifty and frugnl Hawnilans nave
boarded away little nest eggs of this
money for the proverbial "rainy dav,"
not knowing that it will cease to be
money on tho first of the enr. Consequently
every means possible should
be ndopted to dlssemlnnte the fact
among the Hawallans, nnd thus prevent
serious loss where It can be ill
afforded. Maul News.
Will Not Boilgn.
Treasurer A. N. Kepolkal stated
that his mind was fully made
up on the resignation request mnde of
him by Governor Carter. He nav3 that
under no consideration will be reslirn
A NOISE MAKER.
"How is thnt baby boy at your house,
"Fine fine. That's a great baby,"
"Last time I saw him he was a little
"He isn't now. He's a little yeller,
Suggestion of What to
IDo With McKinley
Editor Advertiser: The funds subscribed
for a memorial to President
McKinley, nre to be devoted to the establishment
of a play ground,
been decided by the committee,
but no active steps have ns jet been
taken to carry opt the plan.
The Commissioners of Kaplolant
park are considering what to do with
the pond nnd marsh within the race
trnck so as to increase the utility and
beauty of the premises In their care.
If these facts are as I believe them
to be, I venture to make tho suggestion
that perhaps arrangements can
be made to combine these two projects.
Knplolanl park Is the natural playground
Tho Onhu Polo Club has spent approximately
$500 in Improving a third
of the area within the race track by
clearing the bushes and filling in the
holes with loam. Today this is the
only public playground In the city with,
the exception of Maklkl park. If this
whole area could be filled up and
over and an appropriately Inscribed
gateway erected, would not the purpose
for which the fund was subscribed
be carried out, and would not the
park be more useful and attractive?
The cost of maintenance would be
small. Tho area Is large enough for
polo, baseball and football all going-at
I venture to make this suggestion
as a member of the Oahu Polo Club
who subscribed to the McKinley Memorial
fund and who takes an active-Interest
in the development of
I remain, sir, etc ,
ALBERT F. JUDD.
Supervisors Pick Site
for New County
Maul's Board of Supervisors-elect
have already begun to take steps to
change the site of the county buildings
from their present location to a spot
east of Market street, adjoining Wells
Park. A plat of four acres has been
suiveyed, and arrangements for
streets leading from Main, Market,
and Mill streets to the proposed new
site are being perfected.
It Is understood that the Walluku
Plantation Co, which owns this land
has been approached on the matter,
and that negotiations for an exchange
of land are being broached. The
government owns the land where the
present court house stands ns well as
the school lot adjoining which would
afford ample room for the new court
house, Jail, and other public- buildings
desired. If the new plans are not
canled out. Maul News.
A game of football will be plaved at
Wells Park on Thanksgiving Day,
Nov. 26, 1903, at 3 p. m , betw ecn the
Wnilukus and Morning Stars; 20 minute
halves will be played. It Is probable
that the band will play before the
game. The usual admission fee will
Following Is the line up:
Wnilukus G. Cummlngs, r. e.; C.
Bailey, r. t.; J. Cockett, r. g.; Wallama,
c; C. Crow ell (Captain), 1. g.; J. Doe,
1. t ; L R. Crook, W. R. Boote, q.; W.
R. Westcott, r. h. b.; C. Thompson, 1.
h. b,; W. II. Cornwell, f. b.
Morning Stars A. Jackson, 1. e.; J.
Knmnka, F. Scholtz, l. t.; C. Sardlnha,
1. g.; M. Pcresa, c; Daly, Jno Brown,
r. g.; Kerr, H. Meyer, r. t.; W. Crow-ell,
r. e.; G. B. Schrnder (Capt.), q ;
J. Ross, 1. h. b.; N. Krueger, r. h. b ;
P. Correlra, f. b. Maul News.
"Wagg Acquainted with the Zeen
Snagg Zeens? Never heard of 'em.
"You have met the young folks, haven't
you Ben and Maggie? Ben Zeen
works In a clothes-cleaning establishment.
Maggie Zeen is literary and"
"Ah, yes I recall them now. They
live down there opposite the Leens.
Know the Lecn girls?"
"Good industrious girls Annie and
,Pearl. Annie Leen Is employed In a
dye house, and Pearl Leen works In a
laundry. Then there's'
"Nay, nay, Paul Leen don't work lt
nny moro of the family on me. Come,
I'll pay for the drinks."
PROTECT YOURSELF and family
against attacks of pneumonia by securing
nt once a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. If this remedy
Is taken on the first appearance of a
cold all danger will be avoided. It
always cures and cures quickly. Bold
by all dealers and druggists. Benson,
i Smith & Co , Ltd., Agents for Hawaii.