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from 60c up
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Wiss Button Hole Scissors, that
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WHOLESALE 92 PHONES 22. HETAH
No Real Opposition
Was Found by Wood
East, as well nH West, nro strongly In
lavor of tho movement.
I think It can bo safely unlet Hint
there. Is no opposition at Washington
to the plans for the Improvement of
Pearl Flnruor. Some Congressmen, It
Is true, may not fully grasp tlio nltun
Hon, nnil others, ns n mailer of pollcj,
mnv .t.uttti If iinw'kn III nHllinrlvn nliv
iciiort outlining In detail tho work fcUC, expenditure lit the present time.
done by him during his trip to Wash- but 1 believe Hint the bills, teporteil
A Btrong faith that Congress will
give Hawaii what sho neks In the way
of appropriations for Pearl Harbor
and for defenses was expressed by
Secretary Wood at tho meeting of tho
Chamber of Commerco yesterday af
tci'noon. Hero iie submitted a lengthy
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Sold also by E. 0. Hall & Son; Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.;
The Associated Garage, Ltd.; Kahului Store, Mdse. Dept.
A copy of, "Kinks, and, Bow To Straighten Them," for the ask
ing at the office of The Ha'waHan Electric Co., Ltd,
- JUNG' ST. NEAR ALAKEA, P. 0. BOX 144.
Inglnn, parts of which follow:
Ou Monday, December 5th, t pre
tfoiited my loiter of Introduction from
Admiral Very to Captain Harnett, for
merly secretary of the Naval llo.ird,
who hud Just been given tho position
of superintendent of tho Naval Ob
servatory. I found In Captain llar
nott a warm friend of Hawaii and n
zealous advocatu of tho early lmproio
ment of I'oarl Harbor.
Tho same afternoon, I met Captain
Plllsbury, tho new secretary of tho
Naval Hoard, at his office In tho Mills
building. One meeting led to another,
tho Captain being mast anxious to ful
ly 'Inform himself as to Penrl Harbor
and the Island of Oahtt generally.
Upon assuming the duties of his
new omce, I uo not think that Onptaln
I'lltsbury was specially Interested In
Hawaii, but being a close student of
what Army and Navy men now con
elder onu of the gravest of problems
tho defense of tho Pacific It was not
long bcfoie this nblo man becamo
deeply Interested In the plans for
tho Improvement of Pearl Harbor mid
no member of tho Naval Hoard took a
deeper Interest In tho matter. The
rooms of tho Naval Doarrt were alwayi.
open to your representative, and I
had the pleasure or meeting Admiral
Dewey mid other prominent Navnl of'
fleers many times. Tho Admiral Is an
earnest advocate of the Immediate Im
procment of l'earl Harbor, bellavlng
tho work to be of vital Importance to
At tho first convenient opportunity,
I called upon Secretary Mctcalf, who,
I had 'been Informed, was opposed to
Pearl Harbor legislation. Presuming
on an acquaintance of scleral years
ktanding, 1 told the Secretary tho ob
ject of my ndsslou and asked if the
work the Honolulu Chamber of Com
merce was doing would bo considered
objectionable by tho Department. Mr.
Mctcalf at once replied. "No, on the
contrary, wo will welcome your as.
slstancc. for In our opinion tho tin'
provements planned for Pearl Harbor
should bo undertaken at onco ami
pushed to completion, not because
there Is any likelihood of war but be
cause the trend of affalis In the Pa
cific demands that tho work be done."
Upon receipt of tho cablegram from
President Morgan, stating that tho
Chamber stood ready to make tho bor
ings necessary to determine tho cost
of tho Improvement of the entrance to
Pearl Harbor, I Immediately called
noon Admiral Dewey, who, after con
sultation with the members of tho
Naval Board, expressed approval of
the plan anil commended In tho warm
est terms of prnlso tho action of our
Chamber of Commerce In offering to
do what they could not attempt with
out a special Act or Congress.
1 also took the cablegram to Gen
era! MacKcnzIo, Chief of Engineers,
who expressed the greatest pleasure
possible at the offer. Tho Information
was badly needed, ho said, yet as was
tho caso with tho Navy Department
there was uo fund at his command to
I do not believe that the Chamber
over mado a better Investment than
tho expenditure at Pearl Harbor.
I called, by appointment, upon pres
ident HooBevelt, who expressed tho
greatest Interest In Pearl Harbor mat
ters, Bpoko of tho many letters ho had
received from different Chambers of
Commorco all over the country, urging
favorable legislation and expressed his
appreciation of what ho termed the
right conception of exUtlng conditions
bliown. It was Indeed this action of
friendly Chambers of Commerco that
Induced tho President to -wrlto that
threo and a half pago letter to dtffci
cnt Senators and Congressmen In re
gard to tho matter, ono of tho strong
est arguments In favor of tho develop
ment of Pearl Harbor that has ever
Piosldent Itoosovclt said to a' repre
sentative of the San Diego Chamber
of Commerco: "I am ieoply Interested
In San Diego harbor and faor Its Im
provement, but Pearl Harbor first,
and I want to express to you my ap
nreclatlon of tho broad spirit dls-
by the House Committee on Naval Af
fairs, will be given right of way by the
Sneaker nnd that they will pass by a
strong non-partisan vole, rthlch will
mean tho mllmato expemiiiure cu
many millions of dollars In and around
Oahtt, and In addition to doubling the
accommodations at Kort Slmfter, al
ready provided for. There will be a
large artillery post on the Honolulu
Bldo of tho entrance to Pearl Harbor
and a regiment, If not two leglments,
of troops, located on the (lovernment
leservntlon at I.ellehua, (he many ad
vantages of this exceptionally line lo
cation being fully appreciated by (len-
cral Boll, chief of staff. Thus will bo
UBhcred In a nuw era In the history
Aside from hearing the report of
Secretary Wood, there was ery little
doing nt tho meeting. Tho Pacific
Mall proposal was taken up again by
L. A. Thurston. V. h. Waldron, one
of the committee on tho prosal. stated
that ho had Been the ageuts of tho
Pacific Mall here, who said that they
hnvo communicated with the main of
fice about tho matter, until itirtncr
information was rcceled nothing
could be done.
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wonderful record of such cures
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Washington, March 10 It Is prob
able that tho administration program
for four battleships will bo adopted,
and that tho recommendation of the
Houso Naval Committee for eight sub
marines will bo rescinded.
It was a great blow to the President
when the Houso Committee cut tho
naval bill to two battleships and eight
submarines. Tho disclosures of graft
In connection with the (lenernl Elec
trie Boat Company, the aggressive
fight being mado uy Representative
I.lllcy, and tho denouncement's to
the money prtTd to various Interests to
favor submarines as against battle
ships, has catibed a revulsion of feel
After talking with the President to
day. Representative Hobson said:
"I am confident tho Houso will voto
for four battleships While tho com
mittee formerly recommended only
two, tho majority of tho members real
ly desire four. They were hold down
by warnings from curtalni sources that
there must bo lelrcnchmcut.
"I expect to bco at least sixty Dem
ocrats vote for four battleships, ami
tho only Republicans who will volu
against tilts number aro those well
known as political enemies or tlio
President and opposing everything ho
wants, whether It relates to trusts or
Andrew Carneglo and It. Fulton uni
ting of New York heuded a petition
presented In tho Houso today by Hep
lesentntlvo Sulzer of Now York pro
testing against the expenditure by tho
United States of $00,000,000 for tho
construction of battleships.
A RELIABLE IlEMGDY TOR TUB
Whisky andjeer Habit
Very few men become drunkards be
cause they like liquor. It Is frequent
ly the moderate drinker, vho before be
realizes his condition, has. become a
drunkard. The nervous system, hav
ing becomo accustomed to stimulants,
Is unable to do tho samo amount or
quality of work without tlquor, hence
the victim drinks more and more. This
S CWUIO OUUjV UJX. 1
BOSTON, Mass., March 18. Gov
ernor Cfulld of Massachusetts Is 111.
CLEAN CARBON PAPERS
make impressions that are permanent, and do not rub in band
ling, because they have no grease in their composition.
Their impressions are sharper and more clear-cut than the
old grease carbon; and, because they ARE clean, thy can be used
twice as long as any other. That makes tlirm cost less.
HAWAIIAN NEWS COMPANY,
FORMER MAYOR SEEMS TO FEEL
THAT HE IS STILL
Shipping & CommissionMerchant
Diamond Crystal Cooking and
Blackola and Russetine
J. A. Oilman, - Agent
tnlmaoA Thorn in tin loitB of ttiTifl OT
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SAN KRANCISCO, Cal., March 11.
Former Mayor Dugeno 13. Schmitz
walked out Into the sunshine from
the Criminal Court building jester,
day practically n freo man.
Kor tho first time since last Juno
he, put IiIb foot on tho sldowalk with
out tho .shadow of a guard at his
bide. For tho llrst time In nlno
months he was free to go where ho
At -the cntranco to tho Criminal
Court building nn nuto was waiting.
Near It for a mlnuto or two after he
had rrgalncd his liberty, Schmitz
stood on tho sidewalk accepting tho
congratulations of his friends and
attorneys. Krom where he stood he
could seo tho picturesque ruin of tho
City Hall over which ho had ruled
before his downfall.
Cheered by City Employes
Over In that dlrculon the news of
tho former Major's liberation hid
leaped as If by magic. Employes of
the city nnd men who had known
the Mayor when ho was u power
stood about tho pile of ruins nnd at
the doois of tlio Wooden shacks clus
tered about Its base In which some
of tho business of tho city Is now
done. They weio waiting for n
glimpse of tho man who had been
Mnjor. Nino months almost ho had
if a state of disease ana snouia oe ,Con In prison nnd few of tnem had
treated by Orrlne. It destroys th dc- tccn ,g fUC0 jjut thejr remember-
liquor, so that the'drlnk Is not , nn(1 as lno nllto
Jjii.lN.LJU, Move to the
OREGON BLOCK, 152 Hotel St.
Opposite Young Hotel, on March 26th -
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O. S. LEITHEAD, Mantgn.
Commerce In regard to tho matter, as
Is evidenced by their letter of recent
date now on my desk."
Wo also know that tho rreBldont,
tcallzlng keenly tho defenseless condi
tion of tho Western Coast of tho UVdt
ed States, tho great need of providing
for tho protection of tho L'aclflc cu
trance to tho Panama Canal, tho safe
guarding of our commerce, which can
only bo assured by the establishment
of nn adequate Naval Station at Pearl
Haibor and the rendering ot tho Is
land of Oahu Impregnable to attack,
never loses an opportunity to speak
of theso matters to visiting Senators
and Congressmen, and Is apparently
pleased to bo ablo to say that the load
ing commercial bodies of tho country
P. E. R. Strauch
hai a fine tract ot land
for tale at Manoa
Valley near car line.
Will make a fine Reei
dence. Area, 1,05
acros. Very cheap.
Orrlne Is prepared In two forms: No.
1, th. secret remedy which can be used
in food or drink without the knowledge
of tho patient; No. 2 for those whe
lake the remedy of tholr own free will.
Both forms are guaranteed. A reg
istered guarantee In every box.
Treatise on how to cure drunkenness
freo on request. The Orrlne Co., Wash
ington, D. C. The price of either form
Is Jl a box, making the cost ot tho
rompleto cure less than one-tenth what
It Is usually charged at sanitariums,
with a guarantee that the expense win
be nothing unless a cure Is gained.
Mall orders filled In plain sealed pack-
ore on rocelut of erlce.
Orrlne Is for sale by Honolulu Drug
San Francisco police chlof gets
warning from across Atlantic that
a religious sect which traps girls for
slavo traffic Is operating
Hoard ot directors of the San
Francisco French Hospital demand
i catenation of Its president and su
perintendent, charging peculations,
Schmitz flashed past they waved
their hats, saluted and sometimes
Schmitz took It as nn ovation, a
sort of little Jrlumpli, and grinned
ill tho wny to his home on McAllis
ter street, whore his wife throw hcr
fcelt into his arms.
Schmitz was admitted to ball In a
sum that would ransom u king. T,
11, Williams nnd Wm. J. Olngeo are
Today Scnmltz Is again the mas
ter of his own movements, If ho de
sired to go to his lawyers' offlcei It
It, not necessary for him to secure
tho permission ot the court. If he
rhould dcslro to go to tho theater ho
can do so without being uncercmo
ntously brought back to tho Insunl
lary prison at Inglcstdo.
It Is true forty-three Indictments
(.till hang over his head, but four ot
theso nro charges of extortion simi
lar to the ono dismissed yesterdav,
nnd will be wiped from tho records
ot tho court aB soon hs they appear
upon tho calendar.
Telephone your Food
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nishop W. W. Duncan of tho Meth
odist Episcopal Church South died
74 S. KING ST. nt Spartanburg, S. C,
A wireless message sent by Admir
al Evans, rommandor ot the llattlo
(hip Fleet, Is lccelved by the Maio
you have loit a coat. Let u
supply you with a xew oat.
This Is Not
- A Tailor'i Advertisement,
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