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Work with class ribbons at reasonable
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4 Hotel opposite Alex. Young Cafe.
Dry Goods Store
IN SACHS BLOCK
.72 Berjtania Street
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ORANGE BLOSSOM CANDIES
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-V!f OTTl : UJVTlTlSUtl
TO FILE CHARGES
Matter of Distribution of Hai
I ku Pineapple Lands to Be
i The Portuguese residents of the Ila
ailm Islands are deeply interested
in the probable visit of Secretary
. Fisher to the islands, and Judging bv
an editorial appearing in "A Setta" of
i llilo, will be on hand to pre 'or
charges, notably in regard to tne dis
j tribution of the Haiku pineapple lands.
; The editorial is ag follows:
i "The long delayed, long expected,
! and very welcomed Fisher is now
scheduled with certainty, Jo arrive in
the near future. Of course it is a fore-
; going conclusion that the resu'.t of his
I investigation will not acect Frear's
reappointment in the least. But he
will- be giver: a few administration
nuts to crack which we hope he will
devour with some relish. The most
interesting ones will be relative to
"Here were the preliminary ones.
Vby were the Molokns ,a gang of
unworthy Russians given the chejee
ci the Kapaa lands at $15.00 an acre.
in preference to the Kauol citizerv
who had ibeen. were, are, and will be
climoring for landat-'Why were tnese
same lands, abandoned by the Moloi
knns leased to the Hon. Fairehild and
hit. crowd ?
"Why Is it thit now after rnanv
years the worse portion of these land
Is hali-g reopened for homesteads at
highe- figure than, was given to ths
' f WJiy was If that aMinrnbei- of ?r
nllcations from Mauitles for:th HiVit
pineapple lands) were - Ignored ? .Why
were these "same lands given to Mai
hinls from America and Govement
officials In Uorolulu? Why dH the
Fupreme Court refer to every .diction
ary and Encyslopidia Ie existence s4
as to, decide th?t actuil. and peTninn
ent residence is required by the Kaiwi
lcl m.UHak'waliu) Homesteaders? t
; "Whjr. are King Starret and Prince
rRnchard allowed to reside in Hoo
lulu pressing the clutch of fat Govern
mMtf jobs' while' their hompRteads In
Haiku are, being cultivated by Asia-
tics?: How will these Gov. officials
comply with the law as laid down by
the Supreme, Court ?: V , f -
U VYf fri the Kalktf lands cut' intr
CO acres lots at $15,00 an acre, and th
Kulairaano.'(Pepeekeo) lands into 8
crd 10 acre lots at $90.00 n acre"
Why does an acre of Haiku Pineapple
land produce four Uihes as mich year
ly income as an acre of Pepeekeo
cane land?? o '
'Why? : Why?
- WASHINGTON, . D. C, July 29
Secretary Fisher expects Congress to
adjourn in time for him; to reach San
Francisco sd as to salt for 'Hawaii on
the steamer; of Atigust 23d.'
The tenn'Of Governor. Frear of Ha
waii expired over a year ago, and the
President; has : determined not to ap
point a Gbrernor of H'aw'aii until Sec
retary Fisher1 can visit the islands
and iiinak'e''-a! report on conditions
theri The 'Information which has
.reafcbed:-the President is conflicting
and the President is insistent that he
shall receive at first hand the report
of Secretary Fisher as to the actual
state of affairs upon the island.
" The ; secretary has been planning
for some time to make the trip to the
Islands to v Investigate the merits of
the fight being waged against Gov
ernor Frear, but; owing to the import
ance of his department in matters of
legislation, it has been impossible for
him to leave Washington as long as
the two houses are in session.
Anticipating an early adjournment
of Congress, Secretary Fisher re
served passage for Hawaii upon the
steamer sailing August 10th, but has
been forced to cancel his reservation.
DEATH UNDER WHEELS
Joaquin Gonsalves, a photographer,
narrowly escaped injury at Pawaa
junction yesterday afternoon by be
ing dragged from between two street
cars by passengers on a Walkiki
bound street-car. Gonsalves was
standing on the footboard of the King
street car and jumped off just us the
other car approached. He was knock
ed down but was caught by passen
gers on the footboard just as he was
falling between the cars.
BOWEL COMPLAINT IX CHILDREN
Children when teething are liable to
attacks of diarrhoea and this trouble,
especially in warm weather, should
never be neglected. The best medi
cine in use for ailments of thlj kind
is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. When reduced
with water and sweetened, it ib not
unpleasant which is of great import
ance when giving medicine to chil
dren. For sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii.
Photo-Engraving ef highest grade
can etu red from, the Marliullc,tiD
V TH SEE. FISHER
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THE LATEST! SENSATION
Count !Who Drew Fatal Lot
Exposes Strange Or
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: ST. PETERSBURG, July 14. Rus
sian clubland boasts a suicide club "as
fts latest sensation. ' It has headtjuar-
ters here7 and branches in Moscow,
Odessa, ICieff and other, large towns".
Called the Suicides' league, it hasvno
fixed abode, no charter and few rues.
All members are sworn to secrecy;
15it one :or two; y ho toolc f right, lef I
it : and-, told friends a thing or o.
The club had a' large and aristdcattic
membership; including titled people
and society belles," mothers of fami
lies, old. men, middle-aged rakep
and many young people. Social gath
erings are ' held weekly, ih members'
houses. The theme of conversation
must be suicide and prizes are given
for the best suggestions for self mur
uer. The police, who have made several
sain tries to catch the club at sittings,
Fay sthat a dozen suicides a day arc
the average tor St. Petersburg, and
think the league has something to do
with it. But the league has just pub
lished a denial, saying, "We areVriot
responsible for these vulgar suicides.
Our members are forbidden to take
their lives for reasons of jealousy,,
A big line of Suits specially designed for boys, big and little,
in XTRAGOpD clothes, the kind that wears and stands
abuse, and looks well.
Here, too; you'll find complete outfits for boys, all of
the first quality, at right prices-Shirts,, Trousers Snirt
Waists, Neckwear, Stockings, Hosiery,
Single Khaki Knickerbockers, Linen Trou
Everything your boy needs to wear is here.
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love hunger, poverty or life's ordi
nary failures, None of our members
is poor, and we aim at getting togeth
er cultivated people who Will simply
kill -themselves 'for the science of the
thing. We forbid hanging, drowning
Once a qionth a bailor is held.1. All
tickets are. jjjankbtit. one,, w hich has
a skull apo qrdss-bones. The me'm
ber who fi5hs this out is supposed to
commit'' suicide within ; a week; if he,
or she, has ''no new plan, one bf' the
others gives, suggestions. This- sounds
larcical; but Count Sou voroff, who
was" ai meiriuer, thbughi it oo much
hke a tragedy to be taken seriously.
He drew th fatal lot.
His f ell6w; members decided that he
must go to Tils "estate in Bessarabia;
hold a-magnificent feast, and put poi
son into his glass as the last toast
was drunk. He obeyed, dtank the
champagne, and apparently fell dead.
But next day, a near neighbor was
startled to see him drive up 'to the
house. The count explained to hi3
startled host that he had only taken
a little powdeied sugar, and meant to
leave the league forever.
i The members had gone off after the
feast, very pleased with themselves.
But they reckoned with Souvoroff.l
who appeared at their next meeting,
attired as his own ghost, and gave
them such a fright that many resign
ed then axtd there. Though bound to
silence, the count says he would like
someone tv show up the league, as it
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works af lot In influence on weak peo
ple.' He tells a good stofy about a
meeting, where the president, af very
well known" man,"' dreW ; the fatal
skull and cross-bones. Consternation
reigned for some time, as the' presi
dent Is of world-wide reputation, arid
his death would raise scandal. But
suiclders" are .nothing5 it not. restourco
ful. They' passed a resolutlojr begging
him" not to kill himself. ' He graciously
consented. "And' Jolly glad ;hes was,
too," remarked the count - ' ; "v
This president is supposed to be no
less' a personage than Ar'cybaszeff,
whose books4 are as degenerate'- as
they are clever. His last one, "At the
Last Limit," actually preaches suicide
as one of the fgw experiences worth
having. Those .who have tried ,it say
that the experience of pulling out the
lots at monthly meetings Is more
thrilling than anything they have ever
known. These, anyway, are the dec
larations of sober Russian papers.
KERMIT ROOSEVELT GOES 4
TO BRAZIL AS RAILROADER
NEW YORK, July 27. Kermit Roo
sevelt, the second son of Theodore
Roosevelt,.' sailed today on the Olym
pic for Brazil, where he is going into
railroading,, He i3 a Harvard man.
He was with his father on the African
hunting trip, and since that time has
hunted in various parts of America
on his own hook.
"The Store for Good Clothes"
: . EXPECT TO PR O FIT - .
BY. PANAMA CWJM.
Will Send Grain to Liverpool by
efits ' that' will 'accrued to' all western
Canada through ; the openjngof -Mhe
Manama canal arcr numerous." But :h0,
province wlirprofit inore than will Al-f
Dena. . one wui ce piacea-ircai ,au, mg the- gram, as there are r.o pvn
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inferior market position? amf placed
level with the other agricijltutat prov
inces. To her the' cahal will be worth
millions" yearlyconsidering the Whaat
crop alone,vLast ; - yeaf from this
source, it-: would , have - turned 'a ' full
$3,000,00d Into the pockets of the Al
berta f arme r. ; 'And less than a tenth
of the arable lands of the province are
under cultivation.'- -' ;yV ''' '
t A present the Alberta farmer, is; at
something of a. disadvantage, In mar
keting hi3 grain crops. -The Liverpool
market sets the price of the . world's
wheat .. Wheat at the Initial elevator
is worth, the Liverpool price less the
t,- ?anaZ,a nt tha rmin
where. - At.'. times -Jocal ;onditlong
make a difierenpe, .but In Canada,
where thete Is a .large excess for ex
port, the 'price Is practically always
set by Liverpool. - ' ' ,
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Ederheimer, Stein & Go.-
Tho Alberta farmer has- an alt err
ive route, but prices are "seldom sv.;h
as. to. make it availabl2.J Tlii.i U ta
ship by rail Jo Vancouwr p ndf rr r.
there by ocean to'tJverpcbl vuSuoz
canal. Cape Horn; cr to -Tvl::z.: c,
Mexico, thenct) across the Isthnr: 3 I?
rail- The averago rate frorir Al'jorU
points to Vancouver 13 14 cents per
txshj' Prom i Vancouver to J,iv?rpoyl
In tcean bo'ttomi the frergf.t: averi.
IS cents periJtishelr a total freight
rate; Alberta to Liverpool, of 22 cent3
per h'ishel. Besides thi.?. thero ,13 a
charge of 6 conta rerbushel for sack
tors at Vancouver an4 sceamer.i aro
not equipped for carrying grain in
bulk, making a' total cost oC3 centa
rper bushel, by the western rote. . .
pThus, even'ln-wiutcr,'' -hen thcr ex
pensive "all-rair route must be u3eu
from Alberta to tide-water,' there - i3
always an advantage 4n favor of tha
eastern route of at Toast 3 cents per"
bushel.- Iut elevators at Vancouver
which structures are 'projected nov, '
and will soon he in; course cf con
struction, and the rate favors the east
ern route when, the lakes are opeu
and the western during the winter.
" '. a .womaixcan find tho . stylo of
a always adjust
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4 Pfcclo-Earailagv of .hlIiefct rrs.Ia
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