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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL" ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, JANUARY 17, 1906.
HAWAIIAN LODGE NO. 21,
F. & A. M.
tiif-tf: wilt. BE A SPECIAL
saeetimr of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F.
& A. M.. at its hall, Masonic Temcle,
orner of Hotel and Alakea streets,
THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, Jan. L,
at 7:30 o'clock.
WORK IN FIRST DEGREE.
Members of Pacific Lodge, Oceanic
Sdge, and all visiting brethren, are
Ccaternally invited to attend.
By order of the W. M.
K. R. G. WALLACE,
Madame Cruz Torres
Has Troubles of
"He is a lie if he say that! He is
NO. 1, I. O. O. F.
Heets every first and third FRIDAY
uf tb month at 7:30 p. m., In Oaa
llow'8 Hall, Fort Street.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
PAUL SMITH, C. P.
L. L. LA PIERRE, Scribe.
T2XCELSIOR LODGE NO. I,
I. O. O. F.
Meets every TUESDAY evening at
in Odd Fellows' Hall, Fort street.
Visiting brothers cordially invited to
B. F. LEE. N.G.
L. L. LA PIERRE, Secretary.
PACIFIC REBEKAH LODGE,
NO. i, I O. O. F.
Meets every second and fourth
ERmrsday, at 7:30 p. m., Odd Fellows'
BJall, Fort street.
Visiting Rebekahas are cordially In
Bft4 to attend.
FLORENCE LEE, N.G..
JENNY JACOBSON, Sec'y.
LIVE BRANCH REBEKAH
LODGE NO. 2, I. O. O. F.
Meets every first and third ThurS'
ait at 7:30 d. rn.. in Odd Fellows'
Hall Fort Street.
ViJtirig Rebekahas are cordially In
vited to attend.
AGNES DUNN. N.G.
THORA OSS, Secretary.
LEAHI CHAPTER NO. 2,
O. E. S.
Meets every third Monday at 7:30 p.
bb in fhe Masonic TemDie. corner of
Alakea and Hotel streets.
viaitinsr Sisters an 1 Brethren are
turdlallv invited to attend.
SMMALONGSTREET RICH CRABBE,
MARY E. BROWN,
LEI ALOHA CHAPTER,
NO. 3, O. E. S.
- Meets at the Masonic Temple every
wnnd Saturday of each month, at
1:30 o'clock p. m. Visiting sisters and
Wnn nr rorriiallv invited to at
MARGARET HOWARD, W.M.,
MARGARET LISHMAN, Sec'y.
not a man!
Thus Madame Cruz Torres, who has
, " : ii i. . 1.
a numDer or names uesiues mai, niai-
aeterized her second husband before
United States District Court Commis
sioner Malinff vesterdav. Also, she
said a great many other things about
him. none of which were as nice as
the things quoted.
Madame Torres was on trial for big-
amy, with both husoanus ana ootn
marriage certificates in court, and the
second husbank who considered him
self aggrieved, was telling Lnited
States District Attorney- Breckons
about it. Abelino Mercado, this man's
name was, and because he continued to
live with the woman after he found
out that she had another husband liv
ing, he win be hem to answer on a
pretty serious charge himseJt. Ana
his knowledge of that fact did not put
him in any better humor.
According to the story, the woman
had the marrying habit. Maybe she
needn't have had, but that is neither
here nor there. She is from Porto
Rico. Her first husband, Gerapio Bal
dero Moroa, seems to have been the
favorite, and still she married the
other, as both men testified and as the
woman admitted and the marriage cer
tificates showed. Mercado testified
that he did not know, for a year and a
half after marriage, that the woman
was the wire ot another man. Ana
he felt badly about it.
Certainly he felt badly and showed
it when the woman advanced on
him as he sat on the witness
stand and told him what she
thought of him. She had more
command of language than of her
tongue. She went on the stand after
that herself, and said that he had
known she was married and had com
pelled her, by threats to kill -her, to
marry him and afterwards to live with
"That other man good to me," she
said, pointing to her first husband.
He treat me like my own father
But that Abelino is a lie."
She was held to answer with bail
fixed at $1000, and she again showed,
well, impatience, when this was in
terpreted to her. "1 have not a
thousand dollars," she said. "I have
not a cent. And I do not like the law
in this country. I do not get married,
and they arrest me. Then I marry two
men. and thev arrest me again. I do
not understand these kind laws."
Plenty of Work for the
Because of the large accumulation
of business. Judge Dole yesterday
called a special term of the Federal
District Court, and issued a venire for
twenty-three grand jurors and forty
eight trial jurors. The special term
will begin on February 12. The order
for the new term sets forth that there
is much business to be done, and that
the court is advised by the United
States District Attorney that there are
number of cases which went over
from the last term, wherefore the
court orders the opening of the special
session. The regular term of the court
would not have begun until April.
Among other matters that are to
come up are the trials of the so-called
beef and lumber trust cases. There
are also the cases of the men arrested
on the transport Sherman for having
counterfeit money in their possession,
and a number of similar criminal
The list of the grand jurors drawn
s as follows:
William Thompson, E. L. Auerbaeh,
W. Fredenbersr. Theodore Richards.
Arthur C. Alexander, John Clunev, J.
C. Oilman, J. W. Girvin. C. E. Collins.
11. Li. Herbert, C .Meman Harry E
Webster, W. W. Harris, G. Schuman,
J. H. rules, Ed. Towse, Jr. J. Cross and
Willard E. Brown all of Honolulu: J
E. Anderson of Hilo, O. Blackstad of
Waimea, Kauai, and G. Kaiser of
ine ionowing are the trial jurors
summoned: C. A. Decew, David
Haughs, S. Ladd, Harold Giles, A. R
Hatfield, A. B. Clark, E. J. Trait, C.
A. Hanneberg, M. Fernandez, John
Lane. Z. K. Mevers, E. Dabel, Albeit
Trask, J. Ouderkirk, J. A. Williams,
David O. Hamman, A. J. Holt, E.
Hanapi, C. Crozier, Isaac Testa, W.
Savulge, J. C. Quinn, E. C. Chapin, L.
L. McCandless, A. S. Kaleiopu, II.
Wagner, E. C. Hobron, J. Fernandes,
H. G. Bertelman, J. H. Harrison, Frank
Godfrey, H. M. Whitney, J. W. L. Mc
Guire, S. Andrews, F. M. Lewis and S.
French of Honolulu; James K. Naka-
puahi, J. C. Costello, W. Eberling, E.
Trouble Goes Into
Castle & Cooke, Ltd.
II. Austin and H. E. Kelsev of Hilo;
of Hana, C. E. Kempter of
Kohala; W. Eussel Boot and W. G.
Scott of Wailuku; H. Eldarts of Puna,
W. E. Smith of Koloa, Kauai.
A. O. H.,
DIVISION NO. i.
Meets every first and third Tues
fiay. at 8 p. m., In C. B. U. Hall, Fort
Visiting sisters are cordially Invited
M. ALICE DOHERTT, Pres.,
MARGARET K. TIMMONS, Sec'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. i,
I. O. R. M.
Meets every second and fourth
yRIDAY of each month. In I. O. O.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. C. McCOY, Sachem,
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
I NO. 8, K. of P.
Meets every SATURDAY evening at
ft SO o'clock, in Harmony Hall, King
Visiting brothers cordially invited to
MERLE M. JOHNSON, CC,
E. A. JACOBSON, K. ot Rl S.
HONOLULU TEMPLE NO. i,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Monday, at
Knights of Pythias' Hall. King street.
All visitors cordially Invited to at-
IWALANI K. DAYTON, M.E.C.,
GRACE O'BRIEN, M. of R.&C.
JAILOR MAYBE TOO
BOLD HIS PLACI
BOYS GIVEN CHANCE TO
GET THEIR FREEDOM
"The trouble over the Kona school
lands has been carried into court, and
everything promises an amicable set
tlement of the claim," said High
Sheriff Henry, who came back vester-
lay with Deputy Attorney General
Prosser from the Big Island. "There
is, to be sure, a pretty serious charge
against one of the parties in the cast
It is a grave matter to draw a pistol
on a District Magistrate, even if the
gun it not loaded. But there will be
no further trouble about the school-house.
4 We did not have to use force to
get possession of the sehoolhouse,"
went on the High Sheriff. "We mere
ly served the injunction paper issued
by Judge Matthewman, and the parties
who were holding the house moved out.
They have all been charged with riot,
having gone to the school and barri
caded it and camped there, cfbfying
the authorities. But there were no
arms shown while we were there, al-
hough the evidence shows that there
had been a display of arms when thev
defied the authorities before our ar
rival. AVe merely told them that, if
liey had a claim against the govern
ment, a legal claim, it wpuld be paid
n the end, and that it was useless to
ake the law into their own hands-.
They saw the force of the argument,
Jt seems that there are fourteen
charges of riot against North Kona
people for taking forcible possession
of Hualaloa school. And there is a
more serious charge against Jacob
Coerper, a well-known citizen, who is
alleged to have drawn a revolver upon
District Magistrate Clark. The Dis
trict Judge had gone to the school
house on two occasions to induce those
holding possession of the place to
leave, and it is alleged left with con
siderable haste himself when confront
ed with the revolver. Coerper is held
in $1000 bonds in the assault case, and
also on two charged of riot, with bonds
of $."H)0 in each case. There are like
wise two riot charges against Mary H.
Ateherly, well known in the district,
with bonds of $000 in each case. H. T.
Mills is held on two similar charges,
with like bond, and there are two
charges against Isaac K. Davis. Iu
Makai and J. Kawai are held
The school is running again,
the title to the property will be
tied by a civil suit.
Wednesday, Jan. 17, 1906,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
AT U. S. A. COAL PILE. FOOT OF
I am instructed by order of Capt. C.
F. Humphrey, Jr., Captain Quarter
master, U. S. A., to sell at Public Auc
tion on aDove date ana hour and on
the U. S. A. Coal Pile, foot of Fort
1800 TONS MIIKE COAL,
200 TONS CUMBERLAND COAL.
Terms at sale.
For further particulars apply
JAS. F. MORGAN,
One at a lime I
Just what you want I
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Waialua Agricultural Co., It.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Waimea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. LoHa
The Standard Oil Co.
The George F. Blake Steam PuntB
The New England Mutual Life Imimiw
ance Co., of Boston.
The Aetna Insurance Co., of HarU
The Alliance Assurance Co., of
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BISHOP & CO.,
Cor. Merchant & Kaahumanu Sts.
ff. W. Wright Co., Lid.
have opened a horse-shoeing depart
ment in connection with their carrl&f
shop, etc. Having1 secured the service
of a first-class shoer, they are prepare
to do all work Intrusted to them in
amounts, J. Alawa. Kelui
Houses, Barns, Stabling1 for 12 Cows
and 4 Horses, Wagon Sheds) Chicken
Runs in Alfalfa. Sorghum Patches,
near street cars.
QUICK IT'S A SNAP !
IL J. N.
BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS
H. J. NOLTE.
Bulls -'or fcale.
"Why," said High Sheriff Henry, who
came back from the big island yes
terday, "I will not remove Jailor Maybe
from his position at Hilo. He was
indicted by the grand jury, it is true,
but I investigated the case pretty
thoroughly, and I could not see much
of anything in the matter. The charge
was that Maybe struck a prisoner.
Now, you understand, I do not approve
of cruelty to prisoners. I believe in
holding strictly to the prison rules, and
the law. But in the case of Maybe it-
seerns that it was a matter of the of
ficer defending himself. That might
very well happen in the case of a
man dealing with an ugly prisoner.
Maybe has been in the service of the
government as an officer for fifteen
years, and he has the respect and con
fidence of some of the best men in
Hilo. As my own investigation has
shown me that there is nothing wrong.
I will let his record speak for him
and hold him in his place."
EXPFCT TO DIE
WITHIN THREE MOUTHS
HONOLULU LODGE 616,
B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616. B. P. O. E.,
will meet in their bftfl, on Milter and
Bretania street. cry Friday even
ts, i 2f "23
By order of the E. R.
HARRY H. SIMPSON,
GEO. H. ANGUS, E. R.
COURT CAMOES, NO. 8no,
A. O. F.
Meets every 2nd aryl 4th
Tuesday of each month at
7:30 p. m. in San Antonio
Hall, Vineyard etreet.
Visiting brothers cordial
ly invited to attend.
A. K. VIERRA. C.R.
JOHN P: DIAS, F.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140,
F. O. E.
t?Ft. Meets on 2nd and
mt 4th WEDNESDAY
&atS3- evenings of each
"sonth at 7:30 o'clock in IC of P. Hall
Viilting Eagles are Invited to at-tnd.
SAM'I McKEAGUE, W.P.
... v,j a
If Mrs. Tono Murakami's statements
are to be credited she has just three
months in which to prepare to meet
her doom, and one Murakami, whether
husband or stranger, she does not
state, is said to be the Nemesis on her
Mrs. Murakami went to the police
station yesterday and swore to a war
rant cnargmg .Murakami with using
threatening language to her, and as
a result she fears for her life and asks
that Murakami be put under bonds to 1
keep the peace.
Mrs. Murakami says that this is the
language used: "Within three months?
I will kill you; I will not let you live."
Camp No. 1, U. S. W. V.
Meets every first and
third WEDNESDAY at
Waverley Hall, at 7:30 p. m.
Visiting comrades cordial
ly invited to attend.
H. T. MOORE, Comdr.
it. H. LONG. Adjutant.
Am Mittwoeh, den 17. Janu.ir AVnls
urn 1-2 8 Uhr findet in der Schule die
jaehrlk-h Gemeinde-Versammlung der
deutschen evang. Kirche statt. Jedes
konfirrnierte Mitglied der Gemeinde ist
hie-rmit zur Teilnahme einseladen.
7313 Pastor W. FELMY.
Jos Afong, Alfred Freitas, Manuel
Tishero and Solomon Parker, boys who
had been arrested for gambling:, were
eacn sentenced to a year s detention :n
the Reform School in police court yes
terday, with an eight, weeks' proba
tion period intervening. Should the
young fellows prove themselves worthy
during this time, according to the re
ports of the probation officers, the sen
tences will not be carried out.
FOUNDED IN HONOUR.
No doubt you have seen in the
papers such announcements us
this concerning some medicine or
other: "If, on trial, you write
chat- this medicine has'done you
no good we will refund your
money." Now, we have never
had reason to speak in that way
concerning the remedy named in
this article. In a trade exten
ding throughout the world, no
body has ever complained that
our medicine has failed, or asked
for the return of his monev. The
public never grumbles at hon
estly and skillfully made tread,
or at a medicine which really
and actually does what it was
made to do. Ihe foundations of
are laid in sincerity and honour,
the knowledge of which on the
part of the people explains its
popularity and success. There is
nothing to disguise or conceal.
It was not dreamed out, or dis
covered by accident; it was stu
died out, on the solid principles
of applied medical science. It is
palatable as honey and contains
all the nutritive and curative
properties of Pure Cod Liver
Oil. extracted by tis from fresh
cod livers, combined with the
Compound Syrup of Hypophos-
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and Wild Cherry. This remedy
i3 praised by all who have em
ployed it in any of the diseases
it is recommended to relieve and
cure, and is effective from the
first dose. In Anemia, Scrofula,
Nervous and General Debility,
Influenza, La Grippe, and Throat
and Lung Troubles, it is a spe
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says: "The continued use of it
in my practice, convinces me
that it is the most palatable
least nauseating, and best prep
aration now on the market."
You can take it with the assur
ance of getting well. One bottle
proves its intrinsic value. c" Yon
rannotobe disappointed in it."
Sold by all chemists everywhere.
In Judge Lindsay's court yesterday
the suit of F. J. Testa vs. J. P. Kaha-
wai et al. was dismissed for lack of
prosecution. The suit was begun in
1S98, and was for $743.40 claimed to be
due for the printing of the old home
rule newspaper, Ka Ahailono o Ha
waii. A verdict was once given for the
plaintiff, but it was reversed on ap
Judge Lindsay had a kind of field
day yesterday, disposing of a number
of cases finally.
Yesterday morning Judge Lindsay
gave judgment for plaintiff in the as
sumpsit case of Gehring & Butzke vs.
A nolle prosequi was entered by
County Attorney Douthitt yesterday
in the gambling cases against Ogawa
A discontinuance has-been filed in
the assumpsit suit of the Hawaiian
Carriage Manufacturing Company
against A. McAulton.
Judge De Bolt has appointed W. W.
Chamberlain, R. I. Mead and A. H.
Smith appraisers of the estate of An
nie Isabella Forbes.
Judge Lindsay has overruled the mo
tion for a new trial made by the plain
tiff in the ejectment suit of Kalamake
vs. Wharton. The defendant in this
case was the father of the little bov
who was murdered. Simeon Wharton.
and was in court in attendance on this
case when the fiend Johnson enticed
the child from home and killed him.
A decree of divorce has been grant
ed by Judge Lindsay to Sarah Km- !
pua from Lowell Kupua on the ground
of failure to provide.
The defendant in the assumpsit case
of Allen & Robinson vs. the Sanitary
Steam Laundry Company has confess
ed judgment in accordance with the
terms of the complaint.
Defendant in the assumpsit case of
W. H. Heilbron vs. David Kawanana-
koa has withdrawn his appeal from
judgment entered in the District Court.
Decree of foreclosure of mortgage in
the case of W. O. Smith vs. Mary J.
Montano has been entered by Judge I
The administrator of the estate of ,
Ng Fong, deceased, has filed his final
accounting and will be discharged up
on payment into the Circuit Court of
the amount shown to be remaining in j
In the case of the Territory of Ha
waii, by Superintendent of Public
Works Holloway, vs. Wm. McCandless
et al., which is a suit to abate a
nuisance and asking for an injunction.
Judge Lindsay yesterday overruled the
demurrer of defendants, and gave
them ten days to answer.
Satisfaction of judgment was filed in
Judge Lindsay's court yesterday in the
case of Fred Harrison vs. F. E. Rich
ardson, and the case was ordered
stricken from the calendar.
The divorce case of Minnie K. Buz
zell vs. Percy O. JJuzzell was finally
disposed of by Judge Lindsay yester
day. H decree being granted to plaintiff
on the ground of extreme cruelty.!
There was no order to pay alimony,
but one of the attorneys stated, in a
kind of off-hand way and not officially, '
that the couple had adjusted their fi- 1
nancial differences out of court.
Gboice Cheap Properties
Imported thoroughbred Holsteln
Durham; young and gentle.
TLEPHOXE MAIN 109.
Thursday, Jan. 18, 1906,
At my salesroom, 857 Kaahumanu
street, I will sell the following properties:
-Lots 26, 27. 28,
KAPAHULU TRACT Lot 1, Block
12E. Area, 14,625 square feet.
KAIMUKI Lots 12, 16, Block 42.
Area 30,000 square feet.
PALOLO Lots 1, 2, 5, Block 104,
fronting on Waialae Road. Area 45,000
JAS. F. MORGAN, ,
salesroom, 847 Kaahumanu
Thursday, Jan. 18, 1906,
Choose the Artistic
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A fine collection, comprising many
rare and interesting items:
Pulawa, old Hawaiian Chief's neck
lace; Clubs, Tapa Cloth, Feather Leis,
Spears, Calabashes, Mats, Fans, Ar
rows, Idols, Stone Lamps, Hula
Dresses, Necklaces, Trinkets, Souv
enirs, Etc., Etc.
An exceptional opportunity for tour
ists and collectors to obtain specimens
of the old and interesting past.
At a meeting or tne Board of Control
of the Harrison Mutual Association
held in the Townsend Undertaking
Parlors, November 17, 1905, Assessment
No. 3 was called, payable December 1
and delinquent December 31, 1&05.
J. H. TOWNSEND, Secretary.
159 KINO ST.
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Friday, Jan 19, 1906,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
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Color guaranteed same not to
salesroom, S47 Kaahumanu fade.
j Ladies' and Gents Clothing made to
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