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Today and Tomorrow
Three Specials .
Ladies' Linen Suits
.$ 8.00 SUITS
$ 8.75 SUITS
rmsT showing of
The largest nnd best assortment wc have ever shown.
The small prices put upon them will astonish you.
Sec our window ami interior display and note the
Fine, sheer linen with
liny H. S. border in nil pop
ular sizes, -0 -50 and
Size 81 x 90
OOo quality. at 70
All Silk. Extra Heavy.
$2.25 quality... at $1.85
The only natural water tliat tfves prompt help to
sufferers from tills ailment. You can get is from us.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS. PHONE 207
Great Bargain Week at
DOLLARS WORK OVERTIME when they arc in this store-
fitirl rmfmnpiM f.pf tlln l.t1Aflf Vm. :.. n.wl m. ...1.-i. .
JiiDt One Dollar will buy.
FRENCH KID GLOVES:
Elbow lengths, blaclc,
White, and Tan, origi
nally $5 and 4; This
Rainy weather is ap
proaching, and with it
the need of a long
coat; wo have them
from .. $0 up
Opposite Catholic Church
With tiny H. S. border
in neat designs. Sheer lin
en, ftom 35 upw. i
Every dollar purchase en
titles you to four votes.
Get your coupons and
vote for your favorite child.
High grade, for boys, 2 1-2
years to 10 years, 50 cents
v CHILDREN'S COATS:
Genuine bargains; all
colors . ....$2.75 to $5,00
Pomnadour Hair Rolls, Rib
bon Combs, Colored Ciochct
And Wailele Outing -Yesterday
Tlio medicos of Honolulu liiuo been
In bcskIiiii for the past tun days, open
Iiir Hnttirday tho nocntli iiiiiinal meet
liiff, ninl linvlne mi ihiIIiik nt Wallelo
yesterday. Itennrln of nrnnv ..r n...
ilnwnllmi Tcrrllurlnl Medical Assoca-
"in wore inado niul pnpe of liiiixirt
nnou wi-ni rratl by ilirfi-ront members.
An Important paper hy lr. llrlnck
ciImiIT on "Tlio Control of Leprosy by
ScisrcRntliin," was rend ly Dr. Currle,
tlio nutlinr of tho licatlso not being
ulilo lo lie prcKcnt.
"Tlio pniblcm ran bo concisely Rial'
oil as follows," Mated tho writer:
"Can a chronic InrccllmiH iltfceaso of
lurterlal orlRlii bo controlled by tho
solution of tho Infrctuil liullilihial?
IlediiciiiR the problem to IIh simplest
terms ninl mipposliiR It lo bo possible
to IcroRllIzo mill to Isnlnht i.nrl, n,
of tho iIIh(miku lii Us Incliiluiicr. I'ernro
It lias roniintinlcalcit tho Infection to
another IndMdiml, wu can answer thin
liivxuon ni oncu In tho ntnnnatlvc.
In iIoIiir bo. however, wo must mucin
bcr that wu nro hiiiiihisIiiit Hint . .
iKolato tbu diseased Individual bororo
ho has communicated tho disease, to
Dr. Blnclalr opened tho session with
nu address, n part tit which Is hero
"l.adlos nnd Gcli.lciucii: Your as
teinblliiK heio today m.-iilts nuothcr
lulle-stono In tlu hMory of our organ.
tuition. Thu past year hns been a sue
eessrul ono for this society. Tlio meet
Iiirh lmu been nonu too well attended,
but tho iMjiom coiitrlbuteil Iiao been
many i-..i1 valuable, and I mnko bold
in say, they mVe exhibited nn expendi
ture. i,f tnio nIll talent unsurpassed
"' tho contributions to nny similar or
ganization, no matter where situated
i no society has done Its duty In
proniutliiR tho harmony It alius to is
tahllsh In tho ranks of our piofesson
It haJ brought us liiRctlier nnd Ins
Miown that we aro not rompetliiR
iiRalnst our fellow practitioners pr
what thero Is In it. On tho contrary,
wi age nil workliiR for thu moral ele
vation of our callliiR, for tho nciiilil
lion or n inoro nearly perfect knowl
edgo of nil thliiRs pertulnliiK to sick
ness anil health, as well lis for the pio
tecllou or the community iiRalnst dis
ease and death.
"Not only durlnR tho past year, but
for many ycais previously, tlio work
that una thu least botinden duly of
this society to perform tho work that
was actually most unselfish in its aims
lias not won us tho appreciation It
deserved. StrniiKo to say it lias
aroused only antagonism nnd dlspar
uRomcnt. As nn example, I refer to
tho t'lidc.iwirx or Ibis society to perfect
tho laws refiiihlliiR Iho practice of
meillcliio In this Tenllory.
"In tho past, our efforts In this illy
icimmi mnu 1111:1 null noilllllK IMIL lie
cusallons or niercennry nnd oilier per-
Minai motives. The mi-iiiliershlp of
this society has been alluded to as
"Tlio Medical Tinst.' and other terms
equally Indicative of mi Iniiiio wit.
ninl of either a knowliiRly, ami there
foro pront-Ecckliif:, perversion of facts
-r-or a culpably hasty or Inkadnislcal
"Wo nil feel tho smart of this mi
fair and undeserved eilllelsui, Many
luivu expressed their uuwIllliiKiiess to
lender this society ll.iblo to a icpctl
Hon of such Irisc attacks upon our In
tcRrlty or purpose. Nevertheless, 1 am
certnlulhat It tho under Ik fiften ma
lure 'roiisldi'rallou, tlicrc In not ono
of us but will iiRieo that HiIh widely
must persevere In lis ptirposo lo no
euin a law, Rou-rnliiR thu-practice of
medicine In Hawaii, better adapted tu
protect tho iRimiiint and iw-cdiilmii
from tho charlatan and ipiack, than
Hint now In forco.
"Tho l.t'Rlslaturo luerls iiRiiln this
cnr. let It bo tho aim or each one or
us to accomplish Iho P'issuko or tlio
bill presented at Iho Inst ncssion ot the
"Let tho iRiiorant blatantly rail at
our iifllclous willcltnde for tlio welfare
of tho community: let tho sectarian
lanallc frcnzlrilly declaim at our Jeal
ousy of his reputed cuies: let tho oil
minded apply his own measure lo our
mntlw's: let Iho riHillsh Daunt tho ar
guments or bis wiser and inoro crafty
masters: but let us persovoru in our
I iii'imso, upheld hy a consciousness of
right, and Juslllleil In our own minds
hy a seiiso or duly lo ourselves nnd to
"Another matter fer tho considera
tion or our leglshitlvo conitnlttcu Is
that or tho water supply of Honolulu.
I will not enter lulu tho details of this
plan, ns it will bo presented lo you by
our collenRo. Dr. Cooper."
Twiopurationn were performed by
Dr WulorhouBo. assisted by tlnco nth-
cis, at tho Queen's Hospllnl yesterday,
at which thcio was a full attoudniico
of tlio Medical Society. Shortly niter
noon thu party left for Allnn Herbert's
Kallhl huiiRiilow, whero they enoyed
a pleasant afternoon,
Tho election or cfllcors was post
poned until this afternoon.
Marston CamplieUs water plan wuh
S.i'onm House near T"nrt Rtrppt
Bridge. Only $8.00 p. m.
' For Sale
75 x 1C0 Building Lot ot Puunui,
close Liliha car line. Level, fine
view, fenced. At a bargain. $350,00.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITV BLDd. 74 S. INfJ ST,
approved, nnd Dr, Hoffman rend an In
Other pniiers read weic tho fellow.
"Sngcestlon nnd SusRcstlllblllty,"
by Dr.,I. Kntsukl,
"Somo Medical Things Japanese,"
by Dr. I). Moon),
"Hciwrt of Work Dono In tho Hor
vlco Laboratory DurlnR tho l'ast
Year," hy Dr. D. t'urrlo
"Recent Itcsulls In I'hyslco Clienile
Investigations mid their Appliance In
Thurnpoiltlcn," li Dr. (IcorRo V.
"A Now mid Slmnllili.il M..n..t r..n
tho Demonstration or tho li.iclllus of
Hansen, ny ur. uoodhue.
'aoutlness," hy Dr Sinclair.
. (Co.itinued from Pice 1)
Vokolinma, and to all who have con
tributed In making our slay In Japan
so ilcllRhtful, and to thank jou for
jour expressions of good will Mid
jour Kcncrous cnterlnlhiuont.
We feel that )ou have, by your
wonderful rocepthm of tho American
Fleet and of Iho Honorary Commer
cial Commissioners, RjCM expression
in tho clonrest nnd slnccrcst way pos
sible, lo jour desire for Iho friend
ship and good will of tho Amorlcan
people, anil we have no doubt but
that the effect will he to brliiR t.'io
people of tho two nations closer .o
Rcther. ThrouRh tho kindness of your com
mercial bodies, we have been given
tho opportunity to visit most of our
Important Industries and cities and
to see tho agricultural and Industilal
enterprises nnd nlso nhwrvo the com
mercial opportunities which your
The Commissioners have viewed
with astonishment tho proficiency
you have attained la brlngliiR ho
land under tho best cultivation ftjr
agricultural purposes. As we passed
throiiRh your country, we observed
Hint jou had even utilized tho upper
hill slopes fer tho production of rlco
nnd ten. Hvc'ry little patch of ground
shown tho Intense care nnd attention
which your pcoplo have bestowed
We wero nmnzed at the rapidity
with which tho manufacturing life of
your coujitry has sprung Into bolnR.
Wo have seen In every direction tho
smoko of nrent manufacturing cnte"
prlcs curling skyward and It U very
difficult to realize that these Indus
tries date back only u comparatively
Wo wero afforded tho opportunity
of visiting several largo cotton-spin-
iiIiir plants and It was Indeed a reve
lation to note tho perfection to which
this Industry has been brought.
Wo wcio particularly pleased to
find tho very latest methods ns re
gards houses, foods, hospitals, schools
nnd amusements fer tho emplojes iar
rled out to such a iloRrec. Many ol
our manufacturers could study your
methods with profit.
We Uslled tho workshops wheio
aro manufactured the embroideries,
porcelains, bronzes, and lacquerwuro
fer which jour country is so ruinous.
We wero Riven every opportunity to
observe tills work as It progressed,
flop by step, up to tho time ot Its
completion. ltls well known that
lor artistic ability nnd workmanship,
the Japanese as a nation aro without
ilvuls In these lines. Wo had not
rcallred, however, the length or llmo
nnd painstaking rare necessary to
1'iliiR this kind ot work to such ar
Our parly enjojed vIsIIIiir your
shops and seeing specimens of your
Industries ami much reRiet that our
Hay was mi limited that It was ini-
piHslhlc lo devote liiut.li more time lo
Through Iho exceeding klnilucs.v
nnd comtesy ot jour Minister ot
Communications mid the manage-
incuts of your electric railways, who
furnished prlvntn trains nnd every
com fmt that thouRhtriilncss could
suggest, tho Commission was enabled
to reach distant points of your coun
try and enjoy some of your beautiful
At Nlkko, wo verified your prov
erb "Do not Uho the word magnificent
till you havo seen NlkKo." 'o will
nover forget tho gorRcousncsi of tho
((during around Nlkko, brought Into
beautiful contrast by the inteuso
Rreen of the crylouulii trees.
On tho trip south, Kuji-San show
ed Its magnificent bead through the
clouds. Your country lomhlncs tho
grandeur of mighty mountains with
tho loveliness of plains and valloys.
Tho excursion down tho IlodziiRa
wa Ilaplds In boats decorated with
garlands will long remain In our
memories. Thu delicacy of tho feath
ery bamboo, blended with tho beauti
ful foliage ot the various trees oii
tho slopes ot tho hills and valleyi
past which wo were borno by tho
rushing stream, olfeis a softness and
richness In the landseapo that re
mlunVi us or tho Italian valleys.
On every hand wo round that na
ture and man had worked hand In
band for tho Rood or all. On tho
slope bf Jhe hills there wero'' evi
dences that forestry l not tho leait
amiiiiK jour sclemes.
We look prophetically Into the fu
ture and firmly bellovo Hint tho prog
less of Japan In the past Is but a
trlllo compared with tho progiess In
manufacture and commerce which Is
beriiro you ns Rraduallj jou apply till'
tho roHOiirroB and (iiUaulnees at jour
Oct your older in early
J. M. Levy &
Wc leave with rcprct this laud
which has milled so closely art and
nature and will ever cherish In our
memories these pleasant days among
jou which have passed only too
Wc assure you that wo will never
be satisfied until wc hnvc had the im
portunity to entertain a similar Com
mission from Japan to the United
Wc know that, owIiir to our want
ot knowledge or your language and
customs, we must have violated at
least some ot jour social usages nnd
have at times felled to fully realize
tho courtesies extended. If any such
cases blinuld cotno to jour notice, we
trust that you will understand thai
nil of our shortcomings, bo they omis
sions or commissions, wcru or the
ncnil and not of the heart.
TDK HONOHARY COMMKIl
CIAI. COMMISSION KKI.
itKSKNTixn tin: pacific
COAST CIIAMIIHUS OP
COMMKItCK, U. S. A.: 1
W. DOHHMAN, Chilli man.
The following extinct Is from a
rpecoh delivered by K. Mnlsukutn, D.
O.I... Ynlo University, chairman ot
iho Kobe Chamber or Commerce and
president or tho Kawasaki Dockj-ard-
Co., Ltd. ,at a luncheon Riven o:i
board tho S. 8. Salklo Mum, In honor
ot tho Honorary Commercial Com
missioners IteprcscnlliiR Chambers or
Comiuerro or tho l'aclllo Coast, U. S.
A., on November I, 1908:
Well, Ladles nnd ilcntlemcn, jou
know, and have lienrd very often
since jour arrival on Japanese shore,
words exprcsshe or our Indebtedness
to jou, and ot our appreciation of our
tlmc-bouored lelatlon to the United
Slalcs, hut let ino repeat nitre more.
K jou please, our obligation toward
jour country; and, on j-our return
home, It you will kindly tell It to
jour friends, I shall feel grateful. Wo
hope, jou understand fully that wo
nro not saying It as a compliment
Hint Japanese progress and Jap.incs.)
civilization nro largely Indebted to
America. I mean II, and wo really
owo verj-, very much to jou. Let
mo rIvo hero a few Insla'nccs.
"Commodoro Perrj-, our benefactor,
who can never he foil'ollen by any
or us as long ns Japan exists as a
nation, came to our shore over llfcy
years ago to negotlato fer tho United
Stales a treaty or amity and com
merce. Politically speaking, u large
majority or our people, then, wore
opposed to tho opening our country,
and adverse to foreign Intercourse of
"However, we were forced to opon
our country and conclude n treaty
iiRalnst our will for the sake of hu
manity and the iidvamement ot civi
lization. Since then we have realized
that wo were mistaken as a nation in
entertaining the Idea to exclude our
selves from tho membership of tho
fnmlly or nnttoiis, This treaty mny
bo saldvto have laid thu foundation
or tho present status ot Japan, and
the landing spot ot our benefactor,
Commodoia Pcrrj-, at HriiRn Is now
marked with a permanent and superb
monument to his spirit.
"Now let me ask tor jour Indul
gence whllo I dwell fer a moment on
the trado relations between tho
All new patterns, heavy quality, Ar
1ood for the cold weather, per yard l"v
L. Ahoy, Nuuauu below Hotel
. ,, w
there will be a big rush the last few
United States and Japan. Nor do wc
need to go back very far to get at our
point. Our customs returns of 1883
showed that our Imports from the '
United States of America were three
million one hundred and elghty-soven I
thousand jen and our exports to tho'
United Stales thirteen million three
hundred forty-seven thousand four
hundred and elgflt jen.
"ftesults of our hard labor, reflect
ed upon the customs returns of 1907,
when the Imports front tho United
Slates enormously Increased to the
Amount ot S0,9G7,3G2 yen, nearly
tweiilj'-Kcvcn times In vnluo for t!;o
Inst twcnty-llvo yenrs. I would llko
to call your attention to the fact that
halt of the Imports ure brought Into
this port of thu value ot 3S, 570,738
jen. Now going back to the exports
of last year of the United States from
this country Is 131,101,015 yen. That
shows wo have Increased only ten
times fer the past twcnty-ll)o yenrs.
Your Inciease ot twentj'-scven times
In comparison with our increase ot
ten times for tho snmo period ot 25
j eats may ho called enormous, and
such Incicnso ns this could not bo
explained unless it (s based 'upon it
sound basis of commercial morality.
"Nationality, race distinction, and
language havo no significance what
ever In jour oj'cs, being absorbed In
tho great -and deep common human
ity of American spirit. Doing led by
jou, wc will march shoulder to shoul
der against any common enemy of
humanity nnd the progress of civili
zation. The bond of union thus
formed between us, cemented by. tho
loftiest sense of man Is proof against
any storm of jelluw papers nnd Jin
Rolsts that may rave against It Thus
the relation between tho United
States and Japan Is Inviolable.
"Our honored guests, wo bid you
farewell, hoping jou will carry away
with jou the pleasautcst memories of
our laud nnd people. Though wo hid
jou farewell our dvslre would bo to
keep jou longer among us, and.
though with tho progress of Ihn
world the Pacific Ocean appears llko
a little pond, we wish jou a safe nnd
Jojous viij'iiro back to jour beloved
families and friends."
C. M. Cooke or this city, vice
chairman of the Honorary Commer
cial Commission, had the following
to say regarding the reception accord
ed tho American trade representa
tives In Japan:
"Not only from tho men or rank
nnd high standing, but from tho
common people as well, rrom women
and children as well as tho men,
camo tho "Ilanzals" that Rrcoled us
wherover we went. Wo were feted
iiiid entertained at Yokohama, Toklo,
Kioto, Osaka, Nlkko, and Kobe, ns
well as all along our routo of travel.
"In each Instance wo were met by
delegations, ninny of which present
ed addresses nf welcome. Wo wuro
the recipients of many presentation).
One of tho latter was a pass, good on
every lallroad In Japan as well as
Korea. Wo wero tendered special
cars nnd, In some instances, special
"One or tho best features of tho
trli Is that all of the members of the
lommlsslon kept well throughout tho
days. 'PHONE 70.
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL.
"There Is a most friendly feeling; '
In Japan, as far as wc could observe,
lor tho American people. What
Commodoiu Perry did for Japan was
repeatedly referred to.
"Tho delegation believes that tho
mission Is going to be ot great bene
fit in the future, as fer as trade re
lations with Japan are concerned, but
how great, of course, only .tttno can
"Wo found tho countrj' In a mo.it
prosperous conditions, RcnernlljVTIio
rice crop this year Is something Ilka
20 per cent, greater than that of last, '
and prosperity seems to bo general '
throughout the country. '
"The delegates all return home,
deeply Impressed by the kindness of
the Japanese people and the consid
eration which was accorded us on ev
ery hand. We bad a delightful trip
nnd, though wo c-njojed ourselves
grcajly, we aro Rind to bo bark."
We have received our . .,
Xmas Cards, '
OF ALL KINDS.
BABY WALKERS, GO-CARTS, AND
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.,
FORT ST. TELEPHONE 16. r
TURKEYS, CHICKENS, DUCKS,
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
Our Sodas 30c per dox.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS,
Japanese Curio, Silk KimoBOt,
WrtJ. Pajanai, Shirt Weisti, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER. "
PLUMBING and PAINTING.' s
Office: Honolulu Paintine Co.. 221
Kintj St.; P. 0. Box 914.
Waverlev BnihHno- 'nlbl Rf '
Personal Attention Given to Cuisine
and Table Servic nf All. TTnur V.nt
Meals at Reasonable Prices.
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