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tho:c pictures' taken.:':..
"7 Before the holiday
rush begins we can
take plen ty of time to 4
get acquainted and :
bring out your bes t
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Ley, 131 iraunal.ca, below King.
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is a thevht that ccmes to'
rr,zy r::r!s as thsy, psss. by.:
p!irar.:d prcasrty. Perhaps,
cn t: cay when .the placards
j :-y was
"To Let" aas in the here cf
fin-lr.-j exactly such a" place.'
Perhaps today somebody would
answer a claes'.fied ad ef that
very house if the owner had
been wise enough to publish
one! ' , :- .' '.';': . '
Everyone Hends the
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HArmy headquarters in the Young
.Hotel hummed this morning with the
Usual bustle and presi of official bast
' riess that accompanies the stay of a
. Transport. Several officers who fare
oither returning from leave, or who
t are coming for station here, put their
;iames on the officers' register, and
.there were, also a number -of army
men passing through! to Manila who
paid an official call on , General Ma
':comb,'-a,. '- r.i-b ;'v J .a: rlJ
A well known officer who paid ; his
.respects to i he department command
er is Colonely Henry P. McCain, of
the adjutant general's Gepartment,
-who is on his way to, Manila to " fill
the post of adjutant general of the
Philippines Division, : Colonel McCain
was acting adjutant general . of :the
army following the ' resignation; of
llxjor General AJnsworth., :.'
Officer cf G. S. Here. , : X; -V
Major Arthur 8. Conklin, . general
staff, who will be stationed at .depart-
taent. headquarters, reported for duty
this morning.. The detailing of a gen
eral staff offic?r J3 another instance!
tf the growing military importance of
HawaU. Although departments are
not allowed chiefs of staff, Major
Cc-r bllm who will be to all intents and
purposes chief of staff of this depart-
mcnt. Ills official title, however, is
t-. w.ot .-.i iu ini; unci i. ttui ui iuc
V.'cctcrn -Dhliion..; There "has been
no general staff officer here eir.ee
C ::.'a C. C. Carter' was forced tack
lto ths llzo by th3 fir.cus "JMinchu"
crdcr, rrxcre than six months ago.
Mcjor Ccnkl!a-beIonc3 to the cot
artillery. He won hl3 maj rity July
t ytr. 11" gr;iu::ed frcn
...t lx.U:z. t"i fir: t enterei
tr:.z:.rrlzj to the Sev
enth Artillery in the year of the Spe
i:h war. Major. Ccnklin ; is a New
Vc:l. :r by birth, and is a son-in-la.v
.. f C;::eral 'McCasey. He brihs Ms
f-mil v ith Mn to Ilcr.olulu and-has
tahen up charters at the Pleasantcn.
C:-.:rr.a.i Calls at 5. - :. ',". .
Tl.a trar.erert 13 Echeciulcd to sail
r.t : tl.l3 ever.! ' Tcr He"cla!a tl a
Lre.;M Z2 f;r:t cabin, 9
i.i c.r.l C3 tte.ra"3 raecn-
t, ZZ .cc:.i and 31
leur" fcr Guam, while
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eneletlng cf .ten
ttentlea cf tb3
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t!...turo cf the C. .II.
ny, no e vch frm however
:s with t::e bank in ques-
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.": ":.:y..Ie: a Clrau3 Slc"d decide 3
. .l.na to tb rillrino interpreter,
:;'vcl I- tl.3 pollco derailment,
o it is .alle . J as aLo a member "of
? eta" cf city detectives. .':.' V
riraus -arreared- as , representing
s derenaat ia a cas3 whore a Fili:
I :nci ia cbar: ; 1 with areault with a
v. capon.': .-A email delegation of wit
nceees from the v country .- had been
tv.mmcnei-when the chjectlca.to the;
eictlnj Interpreter caused a pestpon
mtnt cf the case until such tinea as
a Tillpino conversant with jthe various
rhillpplns dialects can be secured o
t'crve la the case. '-; , . , : ; i
Licens3 Inspector. Fennell received
si. analysis cf a. sample of "swipes"
cenf-eeated ca October HCth. at a Ka-
Lhi tiU la which, It 13 etown that the
licuor contains seven and: four-teatn
percent c I;
j Fennell and his assistants found sev
eral barrels of the liquorfl a quantity
having been destroyed before the odr
ctrs descended upon the lllcit stilt
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, "Tou must-have seen some trait in
rae to admire," said I.Ir. IdeektoWor
you wouldn't, have married me." "I
did," replied 'his -wife; "you sublime
nerve in wanting to bo my husband."
- Officers and nien of ithe United
States revenue' cutter; service are for
bidden to accept pay for aiding ves
sels in distress under an order of the
treasury department. : , ; : v-
When a '-'man rets sick her doesn't
I want to take any medicine; ''when., a
woman gets sicic sne wants 10 - lue
about: seventeen kinds at' once.-' r ; 'Ji
Judge.. Advocate General j i E;-, IL
Crowder of the army, in his annual
report urges that deserters be given
In detention barracks. ,v i;, v.'";- i.,-:
Teacher Name some ; of the man
hunting tribes. Pupil The - English
suffragettes. ; .j-:- :., ,'. ' j;':-':-" :':':j
- The .Prodigal Son-returned.-rFatted
calf . out of date," he cried. ,, "Give roe
bull ' moose. -;i -; -; '. ; .:' ;- ':. ? : -z.
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Rwlins of Honolulu. Chairman IL W.
Shingle will be an ex-oScio member
of the committee. rl?-'&'sM'&
The mala object of the steering com
mittee as Its . came . Indicates will be
to draft bills embodying the reform
Ideas set forth la the platform adopted
by the convention As yet; It la Im
possible to say what measures will be
taken up first, but It la believed .pro
table that a bill doing away with the
present land board and providing for
the creation of a land and water board
will be the first on the Ust. The prog
ram laid down ia probably the, most
progressive ever, contemplated in the
Territory.- .':-'. "aa:- .' , V
To Work With Frear. : r
- - M uch stress la being laid upon the
intention of the" committee member
ship of consulting Governor Frear up
on all measures It proposes : to take
upw ir is understood, that Mr. Frear
Is . now : at work, upon a number of
measures: along practically Identical
lines as those which the committee
Intends following, and Jt ' members
believe that they can make better
progress by working in close, harmony
with the executive. .The general plan
to date,, is to have the 7 committee
draft such hills as It sees fit.submit;
these to the Governor for his sugges- i
tlons and criticism, and If deemed pro
per accept his ideas,.' or incorporate
them ia the measures. , - . - . -
While acf course It la impossible--to
make, any definite statement ct the
exact terms -cf the measure for creat
ing a land and water beard, it is vm-
dsrstcci that It will fellow closely the
lines laid down in the Republican plat
form aelcpted by the G. O. P. ccaven
tlon, and 'Will provide for governmen
tal rapervialoa cf all agreements con
cernlr: the conservation, distribution
and tale of water for uaa ca the pub-'
He land3. by a board which " will t'
aprcinted only by the advice and cat
sent -cf -the Senate. Tha racaeure wil
alro: contain provis!en3 far amending
ths present land laws a.lang the iine3
cf ths platfarm, which prcrae3 that
irlvl;l;a!3 and corporations ta res
tricted in their control cf government
al lani 3. . V -. . - ; ,
Ei Ll.er In thi3 or in a Elmilar meas
ure, which the committee will prepcae
the plank In the platform calling for
tha- ccnatrretlcri cf proper rcad3 In
the Territory from' he ala cf public
lands. ,- '.. . -
lr-..'--:t::r) C :atl:r.
Of in r.-iv-
r important legisla-
- Ultll - 4- -
will be tha
fer tb.3 c
' t; 1 ly' t'-.e committee,
-f? c"-'--Z c!tb3 fu-.els
;.rz cut c! tbe- preeent
Iaw-3 cf tbe- Ternary,
vcr-lrr tb3 -cl: 3 cl imr.!:rant3
.t into tba Tcrritery:
tl.3' r::;er.3 v.-hi ch th e
will rr;;:nt will ts tleng
lia-3 cf cr.3 cf tb- iiea3
Cavcrr.er I'rerr ia aa late. .ie'.v
to tba Ctar-IIletla yeetteJay
:ea, in v.bieh ,.tb.3 Cavcrner
1 L:::e:!f ia favor c zn em-
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liability lav.-, cs Ei-::-teJ by
" r i : . : cf l:;' .!at!aa
I y tba c: eiraitte 3 will h a
z r ti:a fer pro-'
:tr-. 1 1 : tb: rut: ::it!:3 la
.?' cf c .:b a cam; a' a as
:b I; tl.3 L . eri cf Health ia
1.3 f::!at, rrovi:-! tbat tba
C. :rt cball tali tbat ths
r - -fV
t: ? c
;el by law,
(C:l:::-:I Lrt-rj F: ; : 1)
no . .circumetances
be ml3 efrective.
that Aldrich ani
by tr.3Dee:r erat3
Tby point; i cut
Cannon, through their former Demo
cratio lieutenants, wcuid still demi
nat3 everytbir-r ia tb.3 way cf tariff
Ie:!e!ation. Ccneiderabls political
Ital v.a3 raada cut cf tb;3 cbarrrs.
muet ts admitted tbere i-
truth than poetry ia it. The Ccnser
vative Democrats are -in' line to head
all :the bis committees 'and are , ap
parently in a pcaitioa" to .Eidctrnck
any radical or constructive legislation
proposed. ' - :-':"' .'
Vt'hen President Taft returned to
the Yrhite House October 27 and set
tled down to the eld. grind, his vaca
tion being ended, hi3 utterances were
of the most optimistic nature; . He
predicted his' re-election. ilel .; was
even , confident. " - a a .V,; '" ,': ?a ' .. ::. "
Taft ray rricl!se la w. ;':.i': a a -y--:, :
At the same time a number, of ru
mors coming from many good sources
announced that ; he accepted defeat as
a" foregone conclusion and .was al
ready planning his future.. It was
said' he would resume the practice of
law': with. the least possibly, delay.. In
doing so he would follow the example
of Presidents Harrison, Cleveland and
other, predecessors. -. .1 : ;s a a a-
, It is apparent that Presldent af t,
on leaving ; the White House , next
March, would Jbe an asset; to any of
the big law firms of the country One
report which has been quietly, talked
here. for,, some : days " is that he will
join the firm of Strong " and Cadwal
lader,' of New. York, -of which a his
brother, Henry 3V. TafCis a member
and ta which Attorney General Wick
ersham belonged while ia private
practice. ' llr. Wickersham is plan
ning to : return. to that practice and
the story goes in well-informed jClr
cles that thej president will unite with
the Ifrrru ; , ' a-i::i;':'.iv.?a
. ; President aTaft according to anoth
er story, will return to Cincinnati and
resume , the law there.; Whether he
goes back to Cincinnati pr. practices
in New York, there is not much, doubt
he will become a conspicuous' figure
in a legal way. ' He prefers the. law,
and. as.a former president, will ; un
doubtedly command big fees.-'
: ; It is well "remembered that .Benja
min Harrison, who was an eminent
lawyer, when-he retiredf -from office ai
:T:a';.-..? ;.'" "",:.. V-rlV.a'''r';-"-v?;f '
a v .- .
(CcrJsgrJ frca Tzza I)
out 'the service cX' account of his
work with machir guns in ; Cula,
found his group cf machine rans ex
traordlnarally effective, and developed
some facts which opened the eyes of
the military experts. He even suc
ceeded In making the guns do damage
with Indirect fire, at th longer ran
ges of course. It 1 to fellow up and
elaborate on the results of these ex
periments at Monterey that LleuUti
ant Jackson's company baa been c
ganlxedV' ;' : i : ; r
.The, war strength company will have
6lx machine gutis, each capable 'of
pouring stream of bullets at tha
rate' cf SCO to the minute. This me ana
v bullets a-?- minute, a fire un-Ier
which nothing could live. Concealment
and patient waiting for critical --c
ments - and 'Exceptional cp?orunit:a3
are thej special characteristics o!
machine gun service In decisive ac
tion.. The whole theory of their us8
U'to direct what is technically: known
as a 1)urst of fire on momentarHly
exposed targets. No troops rv ttanl
or run' when under heavy ? mnchino
gun fire, and the only way ti rak'e
headway- against such xppfwlUen . 13
to concentrate a large' camber or ri
fles on each gun and ;p nampitg
away until It is silenced. Field Ar
tillery can put the mschrae guns -at
of commission in a. short time, but tne
latter are so mobile that they usually
do their work and get away to rem
new point of -vantage before Jbe field
guns can 'open. They are weapons cf
emergency, ana the ewkmI crTci t c I
machine gtras on troops that are sub
jected 'to 'their fire; is treri-.chdot!3. 1
. , The-present series of pro!)ims i t-
clnde3 'Work, for the machine p'tjjs
th by day and nlsht Small wccxlen
' csts repreeentlng prcne riea ara
fed cn, ''while at E!ht hi locarler:
i a "theoretical camp will bs InJica :d
f a few lanterns. The -'ofHacs will 3-
ymate the ange and then' turn la'- .-p
with all six : guns, ma!:!n a careTal
Investigation of the: objective .ari.er
ward3, to ea'timate th elamac, cr.J
aleo taking into ccniIderatIon,ccr.,.i
ticn3 cf time and "posit! in. - . -
The first firing ill crcbuUy be ear
ly Friday morning. '.". . . .-.
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There was no change in centrifu
gals at New Ycrk yecterday. , -'
To mee"t Its increaalng trafria, tb.3
Oahu Railway xind Land Co. will bull:
a hundred r.sw freight cars rent year.
Increased output, cf plneapplea 13 ai
ding to ths trafria.,- - . ,
Eol. Can Terlecr ta3 re.ael3 rn ar
rangement to move tha cli Car :b:l!
manelaa, tuht'ty -him at auetlaa a
faw days ro, ta 'rira. Cb!r;!3's lot.
where he will occupy it uner a lea:?.
Ctocles ii Kew Tcrk cpenei with an
upward sw yeeterday reer:,!r;v c v.
izz to a rally ia "."American atatba
abroad, but later a bear drive e:e::l
all. e!-t.3 er.l derrceeei tb3 levd cf
r etc 3 to t . a aa . t rceet .ei .a e .
raL'WeekS.v-''.VS;--,- :v'-"---:i'J - .
It 13 rumored tbat aa cfrer cf
CCD has teea mads for tho land 0
cupiei ty the Catballe catbedeal ca .1
ccnvcntt Ic rt e t r c i t tut t---t It v
be held far a f;ber pries wi -a tbe
c; : lag cf ths Tanama .car 1, as cs
p ;etei will bocat va!u3 cf tualnees
property. ; . J, S ; '-.'. :. . -
' Tc:iawla- are tba cleelna; quetat!en3
fer Hawaiian xtccl.3 ia Caa Franc'eeo
yc.terday: Ilawaiiaa Car . :. ' !, 43
aebei; Ilawailaa Cuar,'c; 11 ar I 41
aebed; Ilanobaa,' 13 cabal; IlutiV.n-
, 1 r 1 ' v : 1 , 4
12 bid? Cnamea,
, 2 if-l .. . y
naked; raaubau,3:i bid ani 21U
c bed: Ilcaalulu Plantation, 3 bid
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ani. took up law again, was la great
demand. ".. '- a"v v-v
x Cam3talk 13 heard that bou! 3 Wil
ca be elected preeldant and there ia
a vacancy cn the suprcms court tbat
tc!rr3 -to the: Republicans; he will
mab.3 lir." .Taft a justice cf tba su
preme court. Thi3 talk 13 locked ca
here a3 fanciful. Jt is believed that ii
Governor 'Wilson should b a preaident
ts would, if given the eppcrtunity,
choose men for, the tench whcea tent
cf mind doe3 not Incline them to. the.
reactionary viaw cf tb3 law." '
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Klyoshi II, ICawahaml. cne cf Ja-
pan'a most noted contemporary m :
cf letters, is in Honolulu cn an inv!
pcrtant ujsaicn cf lnvea:ljatlcn. II-:
la here iu pursuit cf xr.ateria.1 far .'a'
new- book, "Japanese America," an. I '
ccndltlcna la llav ail, particularly ce..- f
citaans cf Jaraneas labor and social
ccndltlcna, will play a large part ia ;
p.a baoX -.:' '.' -y.: " -, j
Mr. ICawakrml for a number eft
years has beea regarded as perhaps;
tba fcrcmcat tuibariry writing in ll;.:- -Uah
on, Jsr.ee Arr:rlcaai coil:!:r.s.
He was ; educated , partly. in .Lis own
country and partly ia th? Unit. 1
Ctates, taking decrees from renin! ar i'
cniverslti3 and erec!a!lain ia ,M ;
tory and eccnomloa and LInJrei e-.:b-
J?cts. i For eom? years hV has c:: '!
ed himself to stuiy and cxre .
ct" Japaaaeaa "rel-tlans with c.: .
countries, the fruit rf v b'-.h w?3 t!
noted bock," American-Jc;ar T. '.
tlons" Co remavl ab 3 wa tbU t
that . the rrcea cf ty 3 Unit
commented at-length 1:
Not even frcra.d-rl-" '
ccm3co clear ar 1 ce 1:j a s!:,:--moat
cf the bill: lobs ; .. . err.mrn: r.:
Carding cur cam err!"l and pelit'e-l
- The bocla waa hall 1 unar.leac-.
as a derir.:t3 e::; " a cC Je '"
course ia many . in:; :;tar.t iat :.
lianai que: tier if. v. : :. :t V 1.
lime 113 cvtber fc"! c ? f:r v1
with strikiaj nrtielta ca J:; 3 1.-
can psricflea'i h"ve ce:- !r 1 r':.
ing ccntr.butiar.3 frc:a bj 1 a.
Mr. Kawabami i3 e I.i t-
hia wife cn! tv-:r f cb" ' a. I'
is marrI:i to aa - . .aa .l. .
pretty' rcmanc3 reeu!::i ia tv
ilir.T rams years r e. Ha ;
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.Tb3 cbildrea cf
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ia tb3 r.'':bb -rb.ee
fixed their nana a 3. : "
retit.ea.s ara ca"!a.3 a Tr.
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cf tha'Ltato tr Cai:..ea' T.i ::
1:2 pa.te 1 t;.tb:r r ' 1 ;
reel it will ts rer.t to I ' ::- ' .'r
pre-enttiaa to ths l.ycr r . .
Council cf- that 'city. It is ca:
tbat there will t3 era m'. llea
turc3 attache i to tl.:s r etltlaa.
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h-ard ct c-yca:
rr.e ty a:
a is u.
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cut .the cultura teds tbat faraa ia tb?
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r ; tb? rerm cf tb't 3.'. Far t.:s
ly all dea!sr3.. I .a aa, Caaith ib Co.,
Ltd., cherts for . .- .
: It 13 exp acted Lbat tb3 alteratier.3
ia ths-Ycung Hotel L-lldlai will b3
completed, the ,r'ddl3 cf D a :w" :r,
whea the new o 17.03 ani lobby. ca ths,
rrcund floor will rival anything cf
the kind in San rranolaco. - . a
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Anyway, trouble cover dodre3 up
aa allay when a man is lacking for it. '
An egotist i3 a man' who believes
tbat If he were to hide bi3 U-t under:
a ta:hsl the whole world would be ia ,
"rbnees. '.:. .
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