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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It., SATURDAY, SKIT. 24, 1904.
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SE1T. 2t, 1901.
DPI PfiATP Til -f flNfiHFSS
UCLCUA1U I IF WUHURLJJ
lAfliin K M'JIilni'in'InIA
MVUUU lit nuiuumiiuviv
JOHN C. LANE,
E. FAXON DI3HOP,
J. M. DOW8ETT.
Fourth District Representative.
W. W. HARRI8,
. CARLOS A. LONG,
E. W. QUINN,
E. K. LILIKALANI.
I Fifth District Representative!.
A. S. KALEIOPU.
OSCAR PIHANUI COX,
THOS. H. KALAWAIA.
The present critical attitude It Hur
Iter's Weekly) holds to both Presiden
tial nominees Indlcntes Ihut Its owners
Inno no cause- to bo dissatisfied with
the financial returns of Indeptndeiit
Journalism. Ad crtlser.
Pardon, while tho p-ople smile. Ilur
per'B Weekly as well ns the New York
Sun nro contiolled by J. I MurRun.
operated of. by nnd for the Trut,
which are InilllTeii-iil to lluauclul ie-
turns so they iiato an orgnn. Harper s u10 smnll stockholder not In close con
Weekly from a commanding position uectlon with those controlling tho des
In its class steadily ilronp.il to n wcuk iiny f tho nlantntlon know of the de-
secondary position since Its bult from
REPUBLICAN TICKKT AND (JUI)D
' ' "
n-- n,,n. it..i.. ,.int...iiHr..rv tho
Advertiser, Is having ninny tincumrort
ablo sessions with Itself tr)lng to
proto that It can promoto tho ulct Hull
of tho I loin,. Uulu cuudldnles nud still
remain In tho Republican ranks, its
opposition, liowewr, to tho Uepubllcnn
party principles nnd candidates named
by tho Republican rank nnd file to sup-
srcIeauVand promiumed thai the
loters who nave
lU who have thu best Interests of
tho Territory constantly In mind will
pot bo fooled hy the old Homo Rule
cry, "Wo will be Independent of Amer
The latest feature brought out by
the Advertiser rends like it text from
the Democratic platform of tho main-
la rut til sili iitifipcritu ftiftt tins IF tirilt 111 t.
L. '-.... i. . ., i .;,.. .,t
'" """ " V'""l'u "VW...DV - .- ".
tho omclals In whom they hnvo ro-" , . .X , ""-'" . ,, "
posed conddenco were- faithless to S ' ''8. '?rc"on. iJSB,!S
Had tho ollb
their Important trust.
clals of tho Administration or thu n-"""":" ", ' ,, 'V' Z' " ,uo .', I
publican organhat.ou been slow.. to. h' - ", !ZZ" ?
ZX?1, TSfMinKtlH Luckily Chester Doyle appeared on th.
XI? . i Sr n IS i ihn e" " on JuJo Lindsay's request
might bo a shadow of Justlco In tho h , . , .. . f , ' ,Mp2;m '
charge laid by tho AdvertUcr. As it i"" "elRd thi. court out of Its dilemma.
Is, the. reference to these mutters shows
how hard pressed tho Homo Rulo or
gan Is for means with which to Justify
Furthermore, a newspaper that has
vociferously applauded nnd been in
open ullliuico with lllrhelsm, which
rcptcscnts hoodlum prejudice, has no
occasion to preach of Its purity either
to Tho Uullctln or tho Republican or
ganization. Not only has the Republican party,
whose candidates tho Advertiser now
alms to defeat, cut out corruption from
Its ranks; It has put tho quietus on tho
equally Injurious Illrhelsm represent
ing tho lowest order of political activ
ity. Tho Republican organization has no
apologies to mako to Its antagonist,
tbo Advertiser, or any of Its cohorts.
Tho accomplishments nnd alms of tho
party aro very well set forth In tho
Republican platform which tho Ad
vertiser has yet to endorse nnd tho
demand for a straight paity vote was
"pointedly set forth hy Attorney-General
Andrews, when, answering tho ques
tion why a straight voto should bo
cost, said: "Decausu then tho voter
has somo ono to hold responsible. If
an Independent legislator deceives tho
voter, tho voter has no recourse."
Tho Advertiser speaks a truism
when It says, "What tho people want
of their press is an eyo single to good
Iet It now explnln how "good gov
ernment" Is to bo promoted by tho
election of a Homo Rulo or Democratic
Legislature a Legislature that will
nag tho Administration nnd thwart Re
publican plans ot progress. Tho Re
publican party stundB now and ulways
has stood for progress with equality;
Territorial advancement In which the
people unite, political activity freo
The Republican party has Btood for
good government and for this reason
Reserves tbo staunch support of tho
Toters, also of the press. Having giv
en every reason why It should advo-
cato llepubllcan tilatfnrm principles
ami Bupport Republican candidate,
the Ailvertlner stnndu pat In Ub stren
uous endeavor to ilUlilo llio Repub
lican vote and elect Homo Rulo candi
dates, The Advertiser had repudiated
tliMitihllrnnlxin. Naturally Ilennbll-
ynH recant the paper ni on open cne-l
ni' onil repudiate it.
SMALL STOCKHOLDERS AND
The apparent boom In IJa plnnla
tlun atnek with tliu probability that
Kwn will roon bo ftcc from bonded In-
debtedneon, lirltiKH out uu Incident
which koch far tow mil proving tho
Justice of Tho llulletln's claim that
small stockholders should be taken
more Kenerally and Intimately Into th
confidence of plnutntlon manage
Not low aKo n young man with a
kinnll surplus sold his flu- shares of
Ew. stock at $23 a share. This was
tv sllnht mUaiicc over tho price nt
which ho imrchnscd. from nil he
could learn from tho talk of tho street
or the management nt that tlrao there
wns no prospect of hlsher dividends
or a policy that would advanco tho
price of the stock, within ten days
rrom tno inno lie lunuc ins sate com-
ment wns nenernl on the remarkably
hrlRht prospects of l.wn Midi dividends
mil, ncrt.BHCd ,110 - tho Moch.
It may bn this yotini; stockholder
;" not keen In his sizing up of tho
cenernl sucar situation nud of l.wa In
particular. Doubtless he was not, but
ns n stockholder ho wns certainly en'
titled to full and detailed Information,
I He ought not to be forced to pick up
jknoulcriKo of corporation plans from
: tho street. Thoueh ho held only flvii
i.hnroa r.nrdu.nl Inir nil llil natntnnt nf
j J 100.. Ihi should hnvo us Intlmnto
I know ledge of tho condition of tho plan
I tntlon ns the holder of RvO shares or n
! controlling Interest.
This Incident scnos merely n nn
exnmplo for the contention that Micro
should b no Inside and outside aniouit
' tho stockholders or tho maungement
I of our great Industrial corporations.
There nro plnutntlon properties In
'ihlch Iho smnll holder Is moro gcu
j t rally Interested thnn Ewn and many
'nf Iho older plantations of Its class.
'Tin- smalt stockholders got In on tho
new plantations to tho everlasting
1 mlsfortuno of some of tho llttlo fel-
'owf. Not nil these smnll stockhold
ers, however, haw lost nil of their
savings through gambles In thou
stocks. A good number "held on",
gave up luxuries, somo necessities. In
order to compteto payments nud In
the hope that tho turn of the world's
markets would eventually mnko thoir
Investment a sourco of Income.
Olna Is u full' snmplo of tho now
Limitations In which the small stock
holders have their money. This prop-
,.riY has ltnl it tnrk-d cxiivrh-nct-.
nunl reports hnvo been Issmtl and un
mitt meetlngH held. Hut what does
tails of lis progress that tell the story
0f Its future? What does Iho small
itixklioliH-r know of tho vnluo of his
holding bcond the struggle he has
mmle to pay up and whnt ho reads In
the slitck-hoanl iniotutlons?
."" "? ,V' piaiilntlou ngeney
will lake all stockholders Into Its con
fliltncc mid the repitlt will be a Ititler
feeling throughout tho corporation, a
Itetter spirit of iivopcratlon between
stockholders nnd inniingeuient, greater
enthusiasm for tho necessities of tho
sugar Industry, less speculation with
all Its attendant evils, more solid In
vestment, less tluiiuilally mined men,
- f!T IT11,. " M"'1 hU
"T.. ",:. . .".,"'. ',...",'.':.
Letting tho small stockholder know
ns much of the property In which he
has imestcd us tho large holder Is an
experiment Hint Is at Icat worth a
trlul test. Thero Is no teuson why
stiK'khnlders should bo left entirely to
the loving thotightfulness of brokers.
Owing to tho fuct that the regulni
,,,.. n,,r, !,,,- n Mill .
,he Interpreted for Attorney General
WE WILL BOND YOU
The United Stales Fidelity
And Guaranty Company
Of Baltimore, Md.
Cash Resources, $3,000,000
Enables this Company to
execute all kinds of surety
undertakings with utmost
despatch and sati. faction to
TRUST COMPANY, Ltd.
' Local Agents,
Cor.Foit and Merchant Sts.
& Mr. Dooley On
& The Automobile.
By P. P. DUNNE.
(Copyright, 1904, by McClur, Phillips, & Co.)
"Well, sir," said Mr. Henncssy, "It
mils' bo gtan' to bo rich an' go r-ruii-uln'
nrround th' couuthry In wnn Iv
till in nutymnbllls."
"It must that," said Mr. Dooley. "It's
th' gran' spootl entirely. Nex' to a
nagro agitator In tleorgla, t don't
Biippotc nuny man gets as much r
cltemcut out Iv n short life ob a" mill
onnlio who owns an nutymoblll. Kr'm
nil I can lnrn about It fr'm th' pa apers,
a intllyonalre with nil nutymoblll Is
constantly stcerln' between th county
Jail an" th poor-house. If th' polls
don't land him In wnn, th' nutymoblll
will In th' other.
"Whin Algernon's fnthcr dies Is In'
him th' money Iv th' widow nn' th' or
phan. Algernon brushes a tear fr'tn
his co nn' hurries over to I'nrls to get
nu nutymoblll. Knther used to go
down town In a bus flgurln' Inthrest
ou his cuffs but thero Is nawtliln' f'r
Algy but nn eighty-horsepower red
dlvvlo that'll mnko th' demon hnsto
wngon Iv his filnd nex' dure look like
n mud scow. n' ho uuys wan nn
with it a Kr-rlnch shncr. He calls th
shover Kranswnw on' th' shoer calls
him 'Canal'. He Is a haughty llreumn
this la-ad, f'r bo Is a dlselndnnt Iv
Louis Klip nn' th' blood Iv kings
courses in lilsNelns. He soon tenches
Algernon his place which Is undher
th' nutymoblll llxln' up n busted vnle
an' nfther that Algernon nler speaks
to Kranswnw onless he is spoken to
nn" Kranswnw niter speaks undher
nuny circumstances. Algernon turns
over his propetty to him to buy tires
an' resigns blmsllf to n life Iv pleas
"He has It while th' nutymoblll Is In
th' mnsheeii shop hiivtn n few repairs
put Into It. Hut wan dny all Is r-rcady.
Algernon asks l'rnnswnw If ho may go
f'r n spin nu' Kranswnw motions him
Into th' sent lv honor besldo th' shov
er. Now they're off! Look at thlm
dash thiough th' crrouded sthrects
where th' happy chlldhcr Iv th' tint
mints ar-re nt piny. How glad th'
chlldhcr ni-ic to bco thlm! Especial
ly Hint llttlo boy with th' gootden
locks. Set-, he has u turnip tu his
hand. Look, look! he Is gain' to glvt
It to Alg. He gtc It to him Just
bad; Iv th' ear. See those glntllmtn
coniln' out Iv it saloon. How proud
they ur-ro to meet Algernon. Iook,
they nr-ro tcurln' up th sthreets. They
ur-io netooally goln to ghu Algernon
th' r-tlght Iv way. Ho gets It In th'
smnll Iv th' back. What nr-re thoso
pretty llttlo gills doln ? They nr-ro
sthiewlu' something In th' stlueet.
Amo they sthrewln' roses f'r Alger
non? No; they nr-ro sthrewln' tncks,
What Is that explosion undher th' car
followed bo a cry Iv 'Oct u boss 7 At
gcriKiii's tlies hnvo reached th' tacks.
Amu Hi' little girls happy? They
ar-te. Indeed. They ur-ro Iniighln' nn"
thronln' conl Into Algy's lap. Who Is
this who comes r-runnln out Iv a sa
loon utlu' n cloe? It is an officer Iv
th' law. Why does he sclzo Algernon
bo th' hnlr an dhrag him fr'm th' car?
Algy Is pinched, Hlnnlssy. Th' ofllccr
has suved hi in fr'm a pauper's grave.
"Now th' sign lv u haughty aristoc
racy Is dhrngged beftiro th' coort which
protlrts th' liberties Iv th' people an'
th' freedom lv steech lv th' maglB
thrntes. 'Hayntous monsther.' says th'
starn but Just Judge, 'ye hnvo been
caught r-red-hnuded. What have ye to
say f'r yo'ersllf? Nlvcr mind, It don't
mnko anny dllf'rence annyhow. Yo
cudden't tell th' thruth. I havo no
prejudlco again' yc, yo rlptllc. I be
lieve th' nutymoblll Iiub como to stay.
In th' barn. Hut th' rights Iv citizens
inns' bo pio-tlcted. Why, on'y las'
week I was speedtn' a two thirty trot
ter whin wau lv theso InJIues Iv de
uthructlon come along through th'
crowded thoroughfare an' near fright
ened mo out Iv mo wits. 1 stood up ou
mo hind legs, I dhropped th' reins, I
thrled to Jump over a flnce. If It
hadn't been f'r th' ca'mness Iv mo wife
nn1 lh' horse, I wud surely haw r-rtin
awny nn' p'raps Injured somebody. I
tell )o this llttlo unecdoto to show ye,
uoiiKther, that I havo no prejudice.
Swear th" witnesses.'
"John Coolln, dhrugglst's assistant,
tlstyflcd that he had left his baby car-
redgo contalfiln' wan-foortecuth lv all
ho possessed on arth, on th' sidewalk
whllo ho wint Into a saloon to buy a
postage stamp. Whin he como out, th'
vehldo had rolled down to Hi' curb. Ho
wud swear thut Algernon's nutymoblll
was gour eignty miles nn Hour. Tlr
Cooit: 'How did yo Hmo him?' Th'
witness: 'Thiough th' uowspa-apers
"Aiigusi Hclimnit, teamster, tlstyhecl
that while nttlmptlu' to find n brick to
throw ut Hi" mashecn (Th' Coort 'flood
f'r you.') ho slipped an' sprained bis
onkle. (Cries lv 'Shamo!')
"Oiricer Doollttlo tlstyflcd that ho
followed -Algernon f'r two miles on
foot, Ho wud swear that ho was goln'
between sixty an' wan hundbcrd an'
two mllos nn hour. 'How did yo Hmo
him?' asked th' Coort.
watch 'Whin did It
Dd mo stop
week 'That's all I want to hear snys I
the lamed Coort. 'Algernon Rox, this'
Coort always tlmpera Justlco with mcr
v uu iiiui'vin uiuii: wnn iiuilivr. I
will not be hard on yo. It is yo'er first'
-" -v " "..w vovui'i
be a warnln' to ye be Bays.
"Sudi, Hlnnlssy, Is th' happy life .113
ally death Iv th' mlllynnnlro with IV
nutymoblll. Did I her r-ildn In wnn?
Almost, wnnst. Wnn day I hear a ay
Iv 'Kill him!' followed be n shower Iv
bricks, nn' I knew some mlllyonalro
wns out f'r n Jnunt or a spin or pinch
In his aulmoblll. Who shud th' mill
tonnlro bo but Hngnn. He tins a fitni
who Is n Kr-rlnch shover. Th' milt
)onnlro an' his companyon Jus' got t3
mo dure n yard In fr-rontlv th' excited
popjiace. I wint out nn' cn'med Hi'
lunsanthry with n few well-chos?r,
kicks nn' llognn asked me to go f'r n
spin ns far as llilghlon l'ark. Hut Jus
as 1 was about to step Into mo proper
plate In sciety along with Jawn W
Gates, th' aiitymohlll had u couvul-
eyon. I heerd n terrific rumblln' In its
Inteeryor, It groaned nn' coughed, jr.'
thrled to ,'unip up In th nlr. 'Sam.'
thing Is wr-rong with ye'er Ir'n how.
snys I. 'II -'t ct something that don't
agree with him. Yo ought to tnko lilt.i
to a vet.' 'Come ntong,' says Hogait.
'No,' sajs I, 'I'll not r-rldu nn nnty-
liiuhlll with Hi' epizootic. Ye ought
to lie took tip be III' s'clety f'r III' pre
lutlou Iv ciootty lit nutymobllls. (let
nut nu' lead It back to th' linru,' says
I. 'Yo'er crazy,' says ho. 'It's oil
tight.' sn)s he. Alley says he to Hi'
sinner. 'Alley bo dam'd,' says Hi'
shover. "I h' Idler's lcnkln'.' Him an
llogan got down nu Hi' sthreet an' gi.l
out a plumber's, n blacksmith's an' u
r.u pernor's outfit, put on overalls nu'
wint to wtirruk. 'This is a One spoor
ays I. 'It's rngat I says. 'Dow hap
py n blacksmith's helper mils' lie. to
get two dollnis n dny f'r belli' nu nu)
niohllllst 'Shut up,' snys llognn fr'm
undher Hi' tar. Whin ho como nut
ho hsiked as though lio'il been coal In'
a liner. "It's all ready now snys ho.
Hut It wasn't. Th' shover wint to th'
ft out nn' turned n crank. A few baisi
lv Wagner followed an' thin th' uuy
muhlll resigned. Th' shover raid .
something In Krrlnrh he which I rec
ognized that ho romn fr'm th same'
Aiondlsse-niiit In In belle Roscommon
ns mcsllf, nn' turned again. Th' nuty
moblll groaned nn' tbrcnibled, llogan
begun to bounce nu his seat, th' shov
er lept Into th' enr, pulled five levers,
put cm th' hnrd pedal nn' thin th' soft,
blew his hoi n nn' r-rnu Into nn Ice
wagon. 'We're off!" yells Hngnn. 'Yo
nr-ii' snys 1, 'nn' so Is ye'er hack tiro
f'r wan Iv th' llttlo earnest wurruLors
among th' pupylnce had been busy
with n knife. At this inlnyit a polls
innii come along. Ye'ro undher nrrest
pays he. 'Whnt f'r snyB llogan. 'l"r
vxceedlii' Hi' time limit. 1 timed ye
at sixty miles an hour fr'm Hnlsted
stlueet he sa8. 'An' says llogan, 'I
timed yo nt two hours In Schwartz
melster's saloon ho snys, 'An' I'll
hiuo e up befiim me uncle, Captain
llogan, tomorrow f'r exceedln' th'
sleep limit, nn' I'll mnko a sthrlng Iv
)c'cr buttons f'r Hi' chlldher he says,
in Hi' manellme ho snys, 'go nn"
ketch a thief ho snys. Thin ho got
down out Iv Hi' nutymoblll. ".Sulli
van.' lie says to Hi' shover, 'take that
Insthriimtiit Iv torturo back to Hi' nsy
Iiiiii, ho says. 'I don t want to be n
l!lltonn!rc ho says. 'With je'er per
mission, Martin, I'll go In, wnrsh ma
face an' rnysumo mo station ns n poor
but elano citizen ho says.
"An' thero yo nr-ro. I clou't want
anny nutymoblll, Hlnnlssy.. I don't
want to pny tin thousnn' dollars to be
nnpopylnr. I'd rather hnvo th' smiles
Iv th' poor ns 1 walk nmongat thlm on
rati two shapely legs thin rnycoivo tn'
brickbats Iv th' samo In u circus wn
gon uttnehed to a cook stove. If I
want to ho a blacksmith, I'll Jlno th'
union nu' get mo four n day. An' If
I'm to ho nrrlsted nt all, f'r hlvln's
alie, Jet It bo f'r dhrunkenness.
"Do I think Hi' nutymoblll has como
to stuy? Sure, I'll nlvcr tell ye. I've
seen all Hi' wurruld hut mo on roller
skntes. I've seen Ivrybody rldln' a
bicycle but me. Tin years ago, whin
yo'er son wns holdln' on to je'er
nr-rms ns yo reeled up th' sthreet on
a wheel, sajln' yo'er prayers wnn mln
lt an' lh' rovarso another, yo tol' mo
that th' bicycle had como to stay be
cause It wns nlelssrv to irtt nround
quick. Today yo blush as I mlntlon
it. Th aiitymohlll will stay till It gets
cheap enough f'r Ivrybody to hnvo
wan. Whin Hi' llttlo eager messenger
boys Is dashln' up Hi' sthreet in it
eighty horsepower Demon Terror, th'
rlc h will bo llytn' kites or r-runnln' bal
loons, un' they'll bo a pnrachiito foorco
Iv pollsmen to chnso thlm ncrost th'
i bkIcs. Ho that Hmo Ivrybody will
hnvo lamed to dodge th' nutymoblll.
That's a good plnn f'r poor peoplo nn-
liyhow, Dodgo Hi exthravagancen lv
lh' rrlch. They're suro tobust n tiro
roon or late."
"I think thoy ought to bo locked up
f'r tcarln' through Hi" sHireets," said
"Well, maybo." said Mr. Dcolov.
"lint don't yo think a man that owns
a nutymoblll is punished enough."
Rnd "n'snU" nn nairo 6.
I Hid rArtK
Is kept on file at b.
f IMICI? ..I .1.
tiscn, iuuiorma. wurre contracts for aa-
. vcrthlng can be made for It.
(Continued from Page 1.)
hy Peter Sullivan. 11. N. Kahalcpuna
Col. McCarthy nt onro placed In
nomination the following for tho Low
er House: Joseph Aea, I. Nau-ha, C. J.
Hiitchlns, L. R. Medelros. Wm. Jar-
rctt nnd W. J. Campbell. Mr. L. W.
Kanenlll of tho Ninth Precinct of
the Kourth District was also named.
Umauma said: "I do not object to
nomination of Mr. Knnealll, hut It ts
not fair for htm to como nt this late
hour nfter tho work of the caucus had
Hilled tho nominees
Kanenlll said: "I was endorsed for
this position at an outside caucus Son
tember 1C. Tho list of caucus names
was not agreed to by all of us and I
think I hnvo n right to ho considered.
Umauma then said It was all right
nnd tho commltteo should proceed to
"Wo had our caucus last Tuesday.
Since then tho Ninth Precinct Club
with 350 voterB. It was the dcslro of
tbo Kourth, Klghth nnd Ninth Pre
cincts, with 800 voters, endorsed Ka
nenlll." Mr. McCarthy said Kanealll's nomi
nation was regular and should not be
Ashford Raid: "Harmony Is the
greatest thing tc- bo desired In thU
campaign. I was not nt the caucus
and would feel at liberty to opposo It
If I felt so disposed. Hut I do not be
llevo thoso of us who wero not thero
should now seek to set asldo tho cnu
cus work. With so much good mnte-
rlal wo can not place all upon tho
ticket. The members should remem
ber that both conventions hno declar
ed for county government, and we
should hold In reserve somo of our ma
terial for county ofllces. I know of
no better man than Kanenlll for a
county ofllclnl. I think we should
stick by the rimciiM ticket."
W. A. Kinney suld ho wished to en
iloio .Mr. Ashford's remarks: "Mr.
Knnealll was one of the earliest Dem
ocrats to work this jciir In Democrat
ic- oiganlzntlon. I did not know till
tinu Hint he had been talked of for a
nomination. If his name was up now
for the first time 1 would fnvor him,
ja (ir ntcrcHl of hnimony I Ihlnlt
Mr. Knnealll should withdraw In fa'
r of the regular caucus."
Mr. Kanenlll said: "flcntlcmcn, nft
er n storm thero Is n culm, Kor the
sake of the party I am willing tn with-
draw." This announcement was met
Albert Knuwo pledged .t."l Mitea
from tho Ninth Precinct of tho Kourtb
Nominations then wero closed nnd
on motion of Mr. Turrlll. tho secretary
cast tho ballot for the nominees of tho
caucus. Three cheers' followed.
Tho Klftli District Democratic com
mltteo wns called to order by Kranlc
Harvey nt n llttlo before noon.
John Kmmcluth snhl that mo outer
districts, whoso credentials wero
handed in, had caucused and were
rendy with tho others to proceed with
Iho work of tho convention.
Mr. Damon placed Knmalm in nom
ination. D. M. Kuplhca was nominat
ed by Hullhnit. Mr. Nnkana submit
till the names of II. T. Mooro nnd W.
P. Apun, lllplkano named Richard
11. Trent. Jessu P. Mnkalnal wan
Tho six nominees wero chosen by
The cl im of the manufacturers
of the '.' Arnold" goods Is that
they produce the finest knit
underwear for babies, children
and women in this country.
They also diimtlut their under
wear Is cut In such liberal pro
portions that it does not bind,
draw or lose In shape, there being
no strain on the fabric and hence
will outwear all others.
That this soft, porous, absorb
ing, clastic and healthful material
Is essential to the tender babe and
growing child must be apparent.
The Arnold " (summer
weight) knit night drawer is only
one of the many garments made
by this company that wins every
mother's heart. An Important
feature Is the absence of any
watchfulness or care of her sleep
ing child and the danger of be
coming uncovered and of resulting
On real estate repayable by Monthly
Installments at Low Rates of Interest.
For particulars apply
PHOENIX 8AVING3, BUILDING AND
Judd Building, Honolulu.
GUARANTEED CAPITAL 1200,000.00.
PAID UP CAPITAL, $1,300,000.00.
HENRY E. POCOCK,
And Satisfaction Guaranteed when midi
CORNER HOTEL and UNION.
CATARRH DESTROYS THE KIDNEYS.
of Itciiicllncr Co., Jf. Y for years
was a well known merchant of Troy.
In a Idler from No. 4., King St., Troy,
N.Y., ho writes:
"PerunM com me from what the
doitora were afralJ would turn Into
Urlght'M Dltette, after I bail suffered
with catarrh of tho bladder and kidney
" l'cruns Is a blessing lo a sick man.
Eight bottles math) mo a Well mall and
were worth more, thann lliottanjl dol
lars lo me. 1 cannot spcok too lflghly
of II. It Is how four year since ;I whs
troubled, and 1 1irm eitjojctl perfect
health since." tlcorgo King.
A Prominent Member of I. 0. 0. C.
Threatened With Brltht's Disease
Pe-ru-iiii He-stored lllin to Health.
O.l'rcd l.lndstrcni,PAiti1rand Master
jiiuciH'iinciii corner ni emu .reviews,
writes from 1W3 Univurslly Ai-., )t
For special directions everyone should read "Tho Ills of Life," a copy ot
which surrounds each bottle. 1'erunn Is for snlo by nil chemists nud drug
gists at ono dollar per bottle, or six bottles for five dollars.
Those wishing direct correspondence with Dr. Hartmnii nnd ran wait tho
necessary delay la receiving ;i reply should address Dr. S. 11. Haitman, Co
lumbus, Ohio, IT. S. A.
Dcnson. Smith & Co. 111 Bupply
We have received from a collector
of Contlnetal reputation a line of the
LATE8T FRENCH, ENGLISH
POSTERS and PRINTS
Before returning such of these as
we do not care to keep, we have plac
ed the KULI, LING on exhibition In
our Art Room for a few days.
Pacific Hardware Company, Ltd,,
What Price Do You
Want To Pay
For a perfect iittlne made-lo-orJer suit ? 'Such prices
as these were never offered In Honolulu," Materials
are on hand and must In- sold. A new lot of Fa'l
stvles long since orJered came on the " Alameda."
These go at the same prices.
Cash prices only i workmanship guaranteed.
t)o Sack suits, . . NowHS-oo
'2J'5 !-lEh' suinm buslnoss suits, Now 19.00
Jj8.oo Light summer business suits, . Now.il6.oo'
ruxedos, silk lined. Were fco.co, Now?j5.oo
All othtTclolhcs In proportion, -
Geo. A. Martin, u"&
Hv , fe
"I contracted a severe cold several
years ago, which from neglect developed
Into urinary trouble, and threatened
Hrlght's illxense, I ii'c-tl lVruni rami
fully for three and ono-half months,
w lien my health was perfect oneo more.
I hao never liscl any Iroublo slnco."
O. T'rctl l.Iiidslruiii.
Catarrhal Inflsmmsthui of the nittoon,
lining of tho kldnp.vs, nlno called
" Hrlght's dlncsne," may Ik either scuts
or chronic. The acute form produces
s.Mnptoiinof stii'li prnlutiti'iico that th
serious nature of Ihu dlcao Is at onc
suspected, but the chronic vsrloty may
como on so gradually and insidiously
that Its presence Is nut sii'pcetcd until
after It hu fastened iKclf thoroughly
upon Its victim.
At tho apiH-arsiK'c of llm first symp
tom l'eriiua should K taken. This rem
edy strikes at once at the rry root ot
A Itook on eutarrh sriit freo by Th
l'oruua Medicine Co., Columbu, O.
the retnll drug trado In Honolulu.
Old Sot won't warp the
D-tint e put on your house
it's the K-s-t juiliit lii.itle,
it stand up against nil ilifficuUic.
to us sibotit painting your
Stanley Stephenson, the Palnte',
Phone 426 137 King Street,
S.S. SignS make things hum !
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