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A LIBERAL OFFER
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TTr order to make room for our'
" . 'line of FALL inLLHIERY
due to arrive f pext week, we are
disposing of our present lines at'
RELIARKABLY, LOW PRICES.
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:. ; - Ladies,-. ; ;
': Thi3i3 a chance of a lifetime.
Fort St., Nr. Deretanla
fhafter, already one. of: the
::ui:ful army pes 13 in the Unit-
L'lcf, is to Is beautified Etllj
0, r r;l -in a v,ay that combines the
t. hr.s I :
',: ri a I
r.nty ftandpeint for
p ""l"rl.fls well, and lie entered into the idea
with great entnusiasra. unaer nis 0
rection a detailed scheme offbeautlfi
cation has been worked out and yes
terday he visited the post to go over
the ground with Maj. Yholley. . and
put the finishing, touches- on the
plans. ", ; ": ' ' ; " . ; ;
The most important element in the
plans It is understood, is to be the
planting of trees.- Mr. . Wilde r's ' ex
pert knowledge of trees and, their
growth in' the islands came into good
use, and he' has suggested a' five-row-i
plan which will give the maximum of
benefit and handsome effect Euca
lyptus, Hawaiian mahogany, poinciana
and ether trees are to be planted, a-nd
f.Ir. Wilder visifed . the " gpveniment
nursery yesterday afternoon to ar
range for the supply. ; . . V.: r . ,
. ' ' en ' mi'
Y.'ildcr, the flans are
.. V.J V. .u..iiC lvi U, .if,
. t.s r:'..c 3, as' he is a
:rt cn Hawaiian flora
Wft Guarantee to HcIIsTe Djspepsla. If
Vft rail the JTeSIcIae Costs .
, ; ;ytiia5.'v,'-'',:;iX
To : unqueftlonably . . prove to - the
people that Indigestion and dyspepsia
can be permanently relieved and that
Rex all Dyspepsia Tablets VIII bring
about this result, we rjll fnrnlsh the
medicine absolutely free If it fails .to
give satisfaction to any one using it
The '.remarkable, success of Rexall
Dyspepsia Tablets Is' due to the high
degree of scientific skill used In de
vising their formula as weir as to the
caro etercised In their manufacture,
whereby the wen-known properties of
Bismuth-Subnitrate and. Pepsin have
been combined . with Carminatives and
other agents, f - - "-- ' . r :V-- '
. Bismuth-Subnitrate and ' Pepsin are
constantly employed and recognized
by the entire medical profession as in
al sable in the treatment of indiges
tion- and dyspepsia. . .-':-:-; -;
5 The Pepsin used in Rexall . Dyspep
sia Tablets Is carefully prepared so xu
to develop Its greatest efficiency. Pep
sin supplies to the" digestive, apparatus
one of the most important elements of
the digestive fluid. Without it the di
gestion and. assimilation ; of : food are
impossible; u:;: -,'':'- ;;:J: i:
' The '.Carminatives 'possess proper
ties which aid fn Telleving the disturb
ances alid ; paincaused ; by undigested
food. This combination 'of these. In
gredients makes a remedy invaluable
for the complete relief of indigestion
and., dyspepsia., ;; . ;; ) . t:r:: :
. We are so certain of this; that we
urge you: to "try Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets on our own personal guaran
tee. Three sizes, 25 cents, 50 cents,
and 1.00. i Rememberr you can obtain
Rexall Remedies only at our. 6tore
The ' Rexall Store. Benson Smith '&
Co., Ltd.i Fort and Hotel streets. "
"There is an establishment in ' the
East End of London .'where women
cr.n Lorro'w.23 cents ' on their mar
riage licenses and their solemn prom
ise to redeem them. ... : v ;
fruit fly x:EETir:cj : -
i ' i n WAS DECLARED OFF
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- 1 had called a meeting of the. trus
tees of the Chamber of Commerce 'for
yesterday afternoon, to consider the
fruit fly quarantine Instructions from
the Secretary of Agriculture," :E. Fax
on Bishop, president of the chamber,
said this morning, "but after the meet
leg - was called Dr. "Marlatfs state
ment on the subject' was published.
: "Dr. Jlarlatt also called on me and
assured me he had jaade recommen
dations to Secretary Wilson, leaving
quarantine matters in statu qudl and
therefore I thought it would be 'pre
mature at this stage for the chamber
to take any action, a3 It could not rec
ommend anything better than the ad
vice ' tendered to the Department of
Agriculture by Dr. Marlatt (So I de
ciarea tne meeting cir. . ; . ; ..
Four men who went down in , the
Frontier Hzi mine at Benton, Wis.;5 to
tale out water were drowned ; When
overcome by foul air..' " " 'i' T -
0 ,l ' mmmmmtmi
FIRST TII.IE HERE-
FIRST T1I.1E HERE
The World's Greatest Actress
In response; to a; call from the Ha
waiian ot.Walaloa who wast to hear
Kuhio express" himself as 'to his stand
on- territorial , and JWalalaa; politics.
Prince Cupid sallied out In an automo
bile this afternoon;. He" 'was : accom
panled by. William H. Crawford,; A. S.
Mahaulu, J. C. Cohen,.C f", Chilling-
worth and Oscar Cox'; -z. w ; r.
I It ; is understood that lhere ; have
been repeated demands Irom Voters- in
various precinets that v Kuhlo ; tesig
cate city and county candidates whom
hev will supports Kuhio, however, . - is
trying to avoid mixing in county poli
tics, it is sUted. x
. Before' the'Democratic xoun'ty con
ventlon meets ,-to consider and ipasa
upon . the qualification of candidates
for various - offices in the Legislature
and county - government, the" Hawaii
an.: leaders of; theparty will select
some of the best and ,mot available
men from the - business community to
fill the office of supervisors, and, if
possible, urge upon others to run for
One' of ; the Hawaiian ? leaders said
yesterday rthat he,) fori wne; ' had al
ready - selected some of . the - well
known- business men, -many of whom,
he added; are leaders of 4he financial
end law corporations in Honolulu,
He stated most emphatically ' that if
the business men, .whom he selected,
but -whose names, he, refused to dis
close, at least fori the cresent. do not
run, then he - would advise his ! fellow
Hawaiian. Democrats; to put"" in men
whom - they ; thought "will do: what 13
right and ; fair to the. 'general public
s The business men - of r Honolulu,
said" he, havo been - wanting ' to have
a Board of Supervisors "composed of
business ; men, Now. if these men
whom we haver- selected do not avail
themselves oT this opportunity,: and
decline to serve ,the people in .: the
Board or-inHhe' Legislature, , then ve
will put up men -who will be iccepk
able to us, but who may; not be sat
isfactory , to the business community.
"In this connection, I 'would- like
to say that , it .Is up to the business
men . trf conie through tLU tlnle , and
accept the' candidacy "for - different
offices,. rather than sit1 back and
growl at theca . who are in' office."
" G. ' K. Keawehaku, ' the Interpreter,
said today . that hp . would support
good business tien for; supervisorial
positions; provided -they have the
aloha at heart for. the poor as . well 4
the rich. peo;le;;V-- ' - ;. '
According -..jid- authentic . report,
some of the banters and attorneys
have been" selectel : for the Legisla-
tive ticket. Their names. It is said,
will be raado known to the public in
a few days. X A committee has been
appointed : to wait ' upon "these 'men
and ascertain frost them as to . their
views in the matter.. . .
Having it forced upon him, he says,
that four or five men cannot combat
the will of twenty-eight, Supervl-r
Kruger has withdrawn from the fight
in-the Fourth of the Fourth," ; "I quit
in the Interest of harmony,- he said
this . - morning. - Other withdrawals
along the same line' : are Hookano,
Robert Hair, Drake, Sayres, Curry,
Walker. ,. .
"I am still In the race for supervi
sor," added Kruger.
Territorial s Secretary E. A. , Mott-
Smith this morning sent advices by
wireless to the ' Supervisors ta Maui,
Kauai and ' Hawaii," informing ; them
that tomorrovr ii the -last day on
which ' they may - issue iproclamatlcns
foi elections of county .oQeers in the
respective countlea ' -Although the
county cacials are elected a Novem
ber 5, the date for the general electiia
of Tentorial 0f2clals the proclama
tions for the county "elections must be
lsrued sixty days ?before that t time.
while the; Territorial 'proclamation is
Istued . only f ortylays , prior to the
ejection. . ri -. ,- rr ..
At a meeting of the Third of the
Fourth last night, B. yon Damm was
elected :thalrr:an "of the ' delegation
without opposition; - The abcrtlre at
tempt to defeat his candidacy, it is
said, was led by Ed Towse, wCo ap
parently had nothing to do ia h!3 own
precinct of Kaimukl and was so en
abled to participate; in; the business of
other organizations. .'r. .v ;? : ' .v -
'F you vcrc the cv - -t
o in c r wr h i c !
yculd you rr.t
clothing or thz czli .-
Compare the f.
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b2c!:,snd the nic!; :
- Look et t!: : u:
It 13 probabb that the republican
conventions will '-be tzl in the Or
pheum theatre: The '.Territorial - con
vention is to beA held on Lienor.
September 16t and the . county ccn
ventlon probably on Thuni ay, Zi?
tember 19. - The Orplcum wo3 uood
for the: Republican convention la: t
April and the Republican leaders
found it . satlsfactbty. ' ;
'About- half . of the ''clsirks V la ths
county aaditor' cfrico' spent moot er
their time yesterday- mcrnlng in th?
corridors talking politics. . In. fact,
they are playing politics i Lard "that
the - rest - of the crilca four i it hard
to get any - work, dons. It's a busy
time -for the clfice, and complodlils
are made -that there's ' too much pell
tics played In office" hours. '
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t i . A w w . I
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Five "hundred ;ton3 cf .-. etfnctur:l
steel .and . iron t3 well aa a 1. :
quantity of railway material -to Jb 3
Pre renting in Ilotion Pictures, the RomantOrPathetic1
, 1 Supported by an All-Star Cast
As produced y her at th Comedie Francuse, Parish
- . the Scenic Effects and Gorgeous Costumes.-
The Highest Priced Ilotion Picture in the World
Othei: Pictures Also Showni -
nf . ntFrt2fn1nor "nrit.!!! 'Ambassador
Eryce, 'President IUihop- said.:, this use(i in the extension, tlann:! forths
matter, he had ccncludedlthat, as llr. Jrive ia the iolojids Ins th3 American
Bryce was -a cl'-lomatlc cfHc!!!,' It j Hawaiian freighter ' Alo-Uan, accord
wcuIJ-'not be appropriate for a.: com
mercial organization to put itself .jfor
ward on the occasion of his visit 'j ' ',.
' , Naturally j the distinguished visitor
would receive attentions from the
Governor, and there would be t many
to call on. him If theT opportunity of
fered, but as llr. Cryca rwculd ba here
for only six ".'or 'cigllt hour3, any for
mal ceremony. at the v hands . of the
chamber might v, II beseemed 'an in
trusion.' - If the 'visitor were a con:
sui; It would ! be different, as In "that
case-attentions from the business com
munity would be in strict: propriety. -r.
Again, Mr. Bishop suggested,- if l.Ir.
Bryce "was to spend a number of days
here,' a 'general scheme of; entertain
ing him-on behalf c,f the city might be
very appropriate. Itwas his," aim as
president -to keep - the chamber; con
servative,' avoidingany-appearance of
butting'into .affalrsrofficiaL y: ;-
; Captain Sam of the ill-fated schoon
er ' Mol f .WahineCf which -was ; sunk off
Molokai by ; the t'altedr. 6 tatesUgh t
house tender KukuLrthU morning call
ed at 'Kuhio Headquarters for; thf 'puc
pese ?of meetiiig; yrfaceKuhio Un
fortunately for the veteran- Captain,
the Prince was not in, and he asked
secretary ' Hakiible . tch. set a lime and
place for a meeting wlth.the-prince f
t Captain' Sam1 is - in receipt of an of3
eial cbmmunication from VrashIngtan,
according - to re port .- "this ; niornmg
which it is said l3 a; notification from
the authorities in Washington jfthat his
claims, r which Delegate Kuhio placed
before the f court of claims have Men
Capt Sani however, declined, to dis
cuss the matter;'-r.f? z'-.,: '
. i; : ' " ' 'pi'fyi,
v The Governor's annual report,' now
nearly completed,;? will show .that in
the ; fiscal yearendingunev W? 483
homesteads 'ere taken jjp, Hawaiians
taking ; more thin flttyj percent .of
these. 1 ; This ; was "the first- year .that
the amendment to the land, laws in the
Organic act was effective," opening up
more land to settlement than ever, be
fcre. Twenty-five percent of Ihe .hoiae
stcads were 'taken ty 'Portugueje, fifr
teen percent: by Americans,' fiveper
cent by Japanese,-and a. few by 'Afri
cans, French, German and; BritlsBV'
PltES CUED W 6 TO 14 DAYS.?
-MZOlTfrMENT Jk ; guaranteeci
to raire Wy . case ,. 6i Itching. !Blind,
Bleeding or ProtrudmgHles ia 6 to.
1 4 days or money refonded.- Made by
I PARIS MEDICINE CO.Saint Louis,
lag to-aivico3 received; at tha local
agency, of the line. ' , V . .
The; Alaskan is expected to reach
the lslani3.'on or ; about"; September
21st The -yessel is understood to
have a large 'general cargo ; for dis
charge at Honolulu;-' - j ;
: The freighter; ; like other vessel
operated in the :'AmericanIIawaiian
service., is - carrying much" 'material
for both ;the railway lines, on. Maui
and' Hawaii '''"" ' -'-"'.' :i' ' '1" :
- The Alaskan VlH te dispatched for
Salina Cniz with; the regulatlonshlp
ment of sugar,' and also a I ge num
ber; of cases of 'preserved pineapples,
destined '.for, thefEast " coast of r the
United- States,'-the continent of Eu
rope and 'the '.United Kin-iom.
General Freight "Agent a T. "Morse
was notified today of Hhe arrival cf
the freighter t' Mexican at; KahuluL
this vessel is scheduled to sail from
Hilo on - September ;i'OthV--with '10,200
tons sugar, - and approximately 5,000
cases , preserved pineapples, ' , .
" -';',' ' ": ' . -L
The personal attjntlon cf ths pre
at the . ,
pr!:t;r i c':i o!J .
777 KING ZTP.ZZT
r II:!-. :i 1"3
J. A 2 AD IZ, Pr:-r::t:r
Oahii airaln lobm&'.Brg on the "stock
sheet,, in five ;-sales . betwee nr sessions
which totaled i 160. shares,? all at ' the
advanced price of 2775 reached: yes
terday. Waialna dropped,, a point in
three sales reported, making 70 shares
at 124;-o:&;IiiMs?BtatIonary at
1,41 for 8 shares ..reported.,- , S"-
The board was dull, Ewa declining a
duarter-polht to 3L2'lfor; the 'trifles
of two lots of 5 .shares each. ,01aa
shows a gain of half a point in a sale
of 10" shares at 775V f ;v:,'
-Dividends were announced today by
Ha-&" S.i Co.rf - 2$ca share, - or
$100,000; : Onomea, 605. a share," or
$30,000, arid Honomu? l $10 a ' share,
The J I A. Hopper house," the'bld res-'
idence building that taa tbod 'near
the corner of vKing aadPunchbowl
streets for nearly "forty years, -Was
sold yesterday atv'p'ubllc; auction ; to
Suronoka,1 a Japanese building . con
tractor, and will be'. demolished-; The
ground If occupies, is'now'desired as a
lawn in front of the. new public libra
ry, and the old landmark will, shortly
. Japanese ara stealing moss vrock
from vacant lots in - the Kaimuki dis
trict; ;One was caught -today- loading
Cdjay with moss stone from a lot on
Fifth avenue. A year or Ibo ago a res
ident of that section made ah -example
of a Japanese moss-rock thief." , The
man caught joday had no, number: on
his - truck," '- if'- .,i'v. - '- -',-".tr
The chess tournament by - :
between the local Y. M. C. A.
Mechanics Institute chess c! "
Francisco will be in full sil - '.
day n?sht in case the first : :vo
the latter Is received by mall ci
morrow's boat - The same l:l'. r
notify the Y. M. C. A. when lis I
move will be expected. 71'. 1 t:
will be sent by wireless, and
Ing the night the two ccntc:t
play. A local member will t5
ed at the Wireless office, ahd
as a move Is made by the Y.
it will be sent to him by m;
ana ne win give it to tne c;
; .Whether" the permission of a gov-
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ernment official- to" sell contraband
goods plafces " such ; sale outside the
definition of 'frauds is the kr.p'tty prob
lem that has been placed- before Cir
cuit Judge H. E. Cooper today for
solution.1. The; point has arisen In the
Jury trial of ar isuit for $114. brought
I by .Goo Yeelagalnst Harry--Rosen-
cerg, . to recover r ior mree uns 01
opium ..which V-Rosenberg -1 sold rthe
Chinaman in' thefall of 1910. . ;
" In the evidence, given this morning
it developed that ...Rosenberg, '. with
whom -Goo Yee had been doing- con-
obtainpd th three tins ot oninm from and he will also receive the m
U. S. District Attorney R. W. Breck- J310 end ,antJ dtIsPat 1
cns.for. the definite purpose, of sell- to the building. A bulleUn la t
ing them to Goo Yee. Aftec the sale0"1 chess board will be p.a:
fhad 'talcen. place, : the Chinaman waj i ul31Qe . jm. -
shadowed" ana soon the' contraband , f" "uw c
the law and returned to Ereckons; It tS.tanU 8tad- ; ' . "r "' : t . aca V-v .
then developed that Breckons held "A committee of local ch e ss cr..h ,
both the $114 : and . the three tina of Jj" ? t h Jh J V r
opium. Breckons testifying that :Mi10?u c' r"'
senberg had turned the money over and le P!an ot defense..
to him.. . : - M ' -"''--'
Goo Yee ' testified that he noticed i marks made by Customs Cc'.'
the.: absence; on the tinsvof;the Fe(l-R.StackabIe, and that T.
eralf government; stamp "which would j added that such tins usv.-' c
have made "them legal merchandise, 'tained better quality of c;: : t'
and that he called Rosenberg's at- those having the governm- t
tentlon to this . feature.. He said Ro-f The plaintiff, represent-:
s'enberg; pointed tut some writing: on Hbrney'Lightfoot mainto! ... 1
the tins; which read "E R. S. 3-1909," sale was. made fraudnlrnilj.
and said that Rosenberg assured him
that they - were "ias '. cood as govern-
Yee did not know he waj
traband and that he 13 t! .:..
inent-stamps t4Hu;,they were the titled to th? return cf I' '