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A new shipment of the celebrated
Styles to suit all figures
Thcso corsets arc universally claimed by leaders of
fashion to be the best fitting and most comfortable of
any corset on the market.
403 Leader No. 1
Tor very stout figure, very long over the bins and
Regular Sizes ?4 00
Extra Sizes 4 25
405 Leader No. 2
Very long our the hips and high bust.
Regular Sizes $4 00
Extra Sizes .. 425
353 Leader No. 3 .
The new back-rcsting corset. long over the hips.
501 Leader- No. 4
The Willow Shape for slender and medium figures.
Has the same flattening back skirt, which gives utmost
reduction with perfect comfort.
Frier $5 00
And ready-made veils; long, square and automobile, in
a great variety of styles.
Collars, Jabots and Stocks. The very latest.
Sec our Fort Street Window.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Cor. Tort and Beretania Sts. Opp. Fire Station.
thread, lock stitch,
Tiieo. EL Davies & Co.,
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
IN RIOT TRIAL
WASHINGTON, Sept. 24. The
remains of the late General Corbin
were interred tednv in the Arlington
PamilAfif. flf,M r.ltia I.a.1 ka.4. '
near that of the late Gen. Lawton.
NHW YOllfc, Sept. 8. I.lriitcn
nnt (lcnci.il Henry C Corliln, V. 3.
A, tetlrcd, died In Kouscvelt Hos
pllnl In tills tit) today after an ope
ration for a lennl disorder. (Icnoral
Corbin would hino been 07 jours
old In n few dns. Mrs. Corliln and
fnimcr (Inventor Msron T. Derrick
Monda) morning tlio arguments will
begin In tliu second tilnl of the Wnl
palm ilotcra. Attorney I.lghlfoot fur
tlio defence tested Ills ciftu this morn-
Although Ciplaln Itcc.t, tlio nnwtl
station comninndiliit, lias not re
celved n wireless from Admiral He
ljreo, It Is opceted that tlio eriils
crs nrrho off port enily tomor
row mornlnK. The two flagships,
Tennessee nnd West Vliglnlu, "111
inter the harbor first mid dock at
their former places, Kwa and Wnl
lilM of the Alakea street wharf,
Other ships will follow them.
Cnptnlti ttccs cxpectR to rccchc a
wireless niessnge from Admiral So-
RAISED IN COURT
lng nml City nnd County Attorney . ,rec sotno time this nftcrnoon or
Catlicirt for tlio prosecution wntveM 0s,t. Tim sllln. hn snnn n ltinv
dock, will take on coil, which Is
lebuttnl. Tho Jury was excused until' . u
S:3 Mondny morning tho question of
his bedside when deith oCLtlrred.
Ocnenil Coihln hid been III for
two j ears and had Jmt returnid
Sundn, after seeking trcatincnt In
Unnipe, with .Mrs. Cot bin and J. (1
Schtnldlnpp of Cincinnati. Tho
(Jcncr.'tl was taken to tliu Uooseclt
Ho9pltul Mondny. Tho operation
was performed Tuesday morning by
Dr. l.iiclui Hotcllklss, tho hospital
Htirgenn, assisted by I)r, Krdwtrn
nnd I)r Peek.
Follow lug the operation Ocneral
Corbin rcihed, and the woik of the
burgeons was tegarded as n success,
but about midnight last night a
weakness of the heait tlo eloped,
und death ensued a few hours 1 iter.
General Corbin lomos threo chll
dren by his Ilrst wlfo Rutherford
11 Corbin of this city, Mrs. Usher
I'.irsous of Ards1c)-on-the-Iiuilsqn,
N Y, nml (Irate Corbin, IMng in
Wilmington, Ohio. In 1901
marrltd MM lldlth Agnes I'atton
General Corbin was born In Cler
mont county, Ohio. Ills first mill
tar expel Icncc was as second llou
tcnaiit In tile Klght) -third Ohio
Voluntcobjiifnntr, in which hi en
listed July 2S. 1SC2. Ho scned to
the war's end and with the Arm)
of tho Cumberland, holding all ranks
fiom second lieutenant to colonel.
He was breveted brigadier general
of o1untccrs Mnich 1.1, lSSii.
lie entered tlio regular army May
11, ISC', as u second lieutenant uf
tho Socnlccuth itifanth), nnd was
smecssUely proinotul to lieutenant
genera! on April 15, 1900. Ho re
tlicd September IS of the same cnr.
I Tho second trill of tho ten Wnlpahu
rioters, who were nuinberid nmong
tho most belligerent members oT tho
iroli that resisted und nttacked tho
putlcu on Jiinu 8 last, has accomp
lished something of u spied record.
The taking of testimony began on Sep
tember 11, nnd If the case goes to the
Jury Tuesday, will hne taken ten
da in actual trial. The prosecution
lias boeii conducted h Clt and Conn-
,ty Attornej Cathcart und Mr I'rosser
of Kinney, llallou, I'rosser k Ando-r
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NO BOXING AT
After due consideration the direct
ors of the Athletic Hark hne decided
to hnc no boxing contests of mi) kind
nt their grounds. It was at first
thought that tho athletic managers of
the Fleet would arrange Inter ship con'
tests nt the l'ark, but now that Ide
has been abandoned.
Tim Athletic l'ark will cater only,
for baseball gahics and running races
In future as In the past.
THE HIT OF' THE FAIR
Within n nell-worn pocket purse,
lnttcred and old and gray. Major . " T'i" Human rtoulctto was one of
ho! Fern carries the. only nickel totoitoWiwliMK
left twenrj-j ears ago. Just aftef hU(Wm ,' of' (ho 'nwll prfh
weduing. ana wiui which no smn.u ,mullim Committee., who lecontlv
journey in iiouiiic nnrnesx. turned from Seat
on life a Journey in iiouiiic Harness. .....,'.. froI11 gj.,.,,, uiiarii In. win
He paid the expenses of his .wed-U imaged during the summer at the Hu-
1 In ir. bought his wife a dress, and wall building. '1 can't see Why thu
when ho balanced up his cash book thing shouldn't be Just as popular
that night found .a lonely fho-cent here-," continued Cooper, "for as a fun
piece was all that icimilncd In the
DIAMOND HEADS TO
Thero will bo two gimcs of base
bull at tliu Athletic rail; tomoriow
afternoon. Tho Diamond Heads will
plaj the West Virginia nnd the
Knmcliniiinhii will htuo it to at tho
The West IViglnla team Is n ery
uiong oiiu and has recently won tho
hamplonshlp of tho fleet. Tho Cot-
orados sestcrday went down In de
feat to tbo Mailnit, hut plnjed a
pood game. A strugglo between
i lie Knms und tho Mllnrs would be
a good one, whilst the Diamond
llend-Wst Virginia match should
dtnw n big crowd lo tho Athletic
Hut times hao . changed, and
nlonK with the nickel that he show
ed to ronio friends csterdny when
the matter ot money came up, .ho
cxhbltcil nn American dollar gold
piece, two und a hnlf piece, and bc
eial others of .ancient date. The
Major la qulto a coin fiend, but ho
looks with endearing eje on thnt
historic nickel for it was the be
ginning of life's real battle for him.
CLEARANCE SAIL CONTINUES
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICE.
HIGH-OIASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
I.oilm; l)iM MncKnye. n mem
ber of tho II allot In stun, will this
netting take until himself a sweet,
l.rcttj bildo who nrilved ou thu Alu
inula this morning Miss Anna V.
Tiook Is tho fortunate joung lady who
n. is met by her ainunccd ou deck as
ouu ii3 tho Customs launch hnd ben
undo fust to tho big liner, and soon
rfter landing, arraiigciiieutb were made
ror tho nurrlngo. Illshon Ituotarlck of
ho Cathedral will perform tho cere
tunny this oNcnliig nt tho homo of tho
iltj edltoi. Wnlklkl, which will nlso
)o their futitro resilience.
BREWER S CO HAS
' SHLOOO EXTRA
C. Ilrcwer & Company did some
thing besides elect Kuion lllshop
I'rcstdcnt at tliu meeting held jes
terdaj. A three per cent extra div
idend wns dcclatud,wliich means
that the stockholders will recebo
00,000 In addition to tho regular
dividend of two per cent, or S100,
000 for this month.
Despite the money being paid out
In dhldcnds, tho stock market re
mains ery quiet, though ,cry firm.
Oahu stock Is the most active on the
list, reaching 33 nnd selling in
blocks of tweiitj-fle nt that figure
Walalua sold jestordaj aftornoon at
119 and tho bid and asked dropped
this morning, hut thero Is no stock
coming out. .lust whtit the figures
on the list represent in vlow of tne
latest sale made Ib hard to say. Olaa
Is being heard from again, quite a
block selling jestcrday afternoon nt
4,r,0. Kw.il hi reasonably firm at
.11.7.1. Illln Hallway bonds nnd
Olna Gs bild this morning nt par.
The Industrial Edition ot the
Svening Bulletin, wrapped
eady for mailing, 80 cents at B a 1
1 t i n office
BRITAIN NOT TO SEND
BIQ FLEET TO NEW YORK.
LONDON, Sept 11. -The Adnil-
rnltj todnj denlul the leport fron
Norfolk, Vn , that sixteen battle'
sips and cruisers of the llrltlsh
navy might engago . In maneuvers
and tnctlral cnlutlous In 'llnmptou
Ilonds. Thero had been no chnngo
in the original pi in of sending four
llrltlsh wnr ships to tho Hudson
maker the Human KotiJcttu has about
everything else backed off tho board.
"On the I'ny Streak, which Jjrm
know Is the amusement center of the
exposition, tho first of these, wheels
was opened about the mlddlo of the
summer. They called It the Joy
Wheel and it certainly wns wedl
mined. It was n howling success,
from tho ery start. A month aftec
this one opened a second no was
(darted by another compa ly unde.r
tho name of the Human Ron'cttc. It
also had about as much bus.ncss as it
could handle when I left, Tho one at
tho Chutes In San Francisco was the
blgcst' feature of that popular amuse
ment park when I came throiuh two
weeks ugo." " ""
Honolulu's Human Roulette Is being
Introduced hero bj Harry Werner, tho
lender In popular amusements In Ha
waii, whotjipened the first moving plc
tuio theater two jeurs ago, anil after
wards Inaugurated thu open air theat
er when ho started tho I'prlc He has
gone to considerable expense this
time In getting his Joy wheel Installed
In Highland Park ou Hotel street, o
poslte uotliel street, and 110 exacts
to open It to tho public next Saturdaj
MORGAN OF RENO
O. R. Morgan, proprietor of tho Reno
(Nevada) Oaiette. nrrhed this morn
ing In tho Alameda for a short vaca
tion trip In tho Islands. Mr. Morgnn
will be remembered by many ot tho
residents as at 0110 time, connected
with N. S. Sachs & Co, and, nlso ab
loporlcr on the morning paper. After
leaving Honolulu Mr. Morgan ran n
re'wspaper In Haj wards, Cnl , his old
homo mill later went to Heno, Nev.,
whero ho hiis built up a verp profit
"I hardly know tho town." said Mr.
Mnigan, "All this Young Hotel prop
erty has been built up since 1 una
hero. 1 was looking for tho old Arling
ton with the law 11 nnd tho big old fash
ioned stone wall. Tin-no other busi
ness blocks aro such Improvements
that Honolulu looks like a new city.
"You ought to havo a better local
rteamshlp service. I tried first to get
passage on tho Pacific Mall boats but
tho iKHipto In that offlco didn't scorn
lo enro whether anj'ono went to Ho
nolulu or not."
185 edltorUI rooms 250 bttl
neit 6fflci. These art tho tsliphon
nilTlhprftf I'm RotUHn nfflfl
'Peters Says "Sept." Is Not
Sept", which ib generallj accepted
as meaning September, doi s not menu
anything, when used In 11 Jihllclii
tense. In other words, the ubbrovli
thin of tho word September as appears
I'bovc, has no slgulllenut moaning
when it is used In a criminal com
In brief, that Is what T;. C I'etirs
the attornej, said this morning In the
Police Court, before Judge Andrade
when nppearlng for his cllint I.ee 1
dice Mini charged wltli selling opium I
or poisonous drugs Peters argued that j
1. inter tne law, tne complaint, snouiu
hno contained tlio word September,
spelled III full histoid of "3 e p-t.", the
mouth when the defendant wns alleged
to hac sold the drugs. He contended
tlint owing to the cjrflnssness of the
clerks In drawing tliu complaint, which
contained the word Sept, it became
Drown, repreceullng tho prosecution
t,j(i! thai tlio ubbrcl fllon was sutll
dent. Judge Andrade, who was
greatly Intercstid fu tho point raised
by Peters, nskod him to produce nil
thorltli'S. whUh he did The uiitliui
Hies, however, did not cincr the pnlnl
nt isijue. The Judge took the matter
under nihlpcincnt and will render lit a
decision next Tuesdaj
Tlio trouble occurred when Urown
asked tho court to sentence l.ee Chee
Man, Peters' client, who was mulct
suspension ot sentence for thirteen
months Tl 0 Chlnesu deferdint If
under churgc f(( a tccond offciiH' o
the same character.
Two cases against O. P. Tiller, of re
kpcctlU'ly, larcenj nnd assault 11 ml
batterj. weru continued until Septem
The case agalnqt Le Kong Will
charged with a serious offense, was
nolle proijscd by Urown.
ALIENS VICTIMS OF TAX
LAW IS CHARGE,
(Continued from Pass 1)
tj Attorney MIIcrton is nctlng for
tho Terrltorj and Is confldcut thnt
Judgu,Do Dolt will uphold the recenttj
The constitutionality of the law is
challenged bj Qu tries, on tho ground
that Its olnlonj Intention Is to ills-
cilmlnato against the Japaneso and
Chineso flsheriueu to tho benefit of
the Hawallans, The law provides that
all flablut boats of thirty Inches beam
or less snail bo exeiupt from tho an
nual license tax of 15, thus exempting
the, canoes used bj nearly all of the
Hawaiian fishermen from tho proU
rions of the tax. Tills, Quarks. In his
urgiimeia hefnie Judge Do Holt, sold
was unjust discrimination und class
legislation In contravention of the
Constitution) and tho pun If Inns of tho
Jiullje Do ltot has, taken tho case
In the course of tho argument In his
bilef for tho defendant, Judge Quarles
"fly tho existing treatv between the
United States and tho Emplro ot .la-
I an, the prnMsjons or tlio (jonstituuoii
and the laws of the United States ex
tend lo Japanese subjects, resident j
within 'tho Territorial limits of the 1
"Hy numerous adjudications by
both tho Supreme Court of this Terri
tory nnd tho Supremo Courts of other
States and by Federal courts tho rule
of equal-protection of th laws gunr
anteed under tho 14th amendment to
thy Constitution of tho United States
Bhould extend to resident aliens with
In the limits of tho United States.
This liplnirtrue, this contention of tho
ilcfondnut that tho provisions of Sec
tlon 95 of the Organic Act opens tho
right of the fisheries wtthlu tho waters
ot the Terrltorj of Hawaii not, only
to citizens or tlio United States but
to rpsldont aliens within tho Terrltorj
of tho United States It 1 etessarllv
follows that the Imposition of u special
license' tax upon a necessary Instru
ment used for tho purpose nt fishing
for profit, to-wlt: a boat. Is. u tax
upon tho which tho Opj'mlc Act of, tho
laud says shall bo fieo."
The largest assort
ment of lumber'
in the islands,!
which means that
you can M th'
lengths and widths
you want for any
class or worK:
Lcwers & Cooke,
177 S. Kim: St
rw mwomam yf iYQj i
Entertainment for old and youne.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Younj Bldjr.
Officers and Men of
the Pacific Fleet
A beautiful private touring car
has been placed at your disposal
while here. Special rates for around
the country tours have been fixed,
including- all the sccnei. of interest.
An experienced chauffeur will give
you several hours of the greatest
pleasure you have ctcr experienced
in sight seeing, nt a surprisingly
low price. The car when not in,
service will be found standing in
front of the U. S. Naval Station
marked "Fleci Car." You have only
to phone 371 to nrrnnc for special
Anv business worthy of a name usutllr crows.
1 o crow is normal.
To exDund from scmethinc small to something Isrcrs is In
dicative of develooment. You can't erow normally Inabusl-'
nc33 with an eauiometit that confines vou to conditions that are
Slulc Vcrnlcki "Elastic" Fllimr Cabinets in Wood and Steel ex 1
nand just as business conditions warrant.
No business is so small that it cannot be improved. No business can !
expand beyond its sphere.
1 SlvbeVtrolckt Filing devices arc made to fit all sizes of paper, from I
a canine cara to an insurance policy, ,
vvc iuwuii a careiogu? mat will give you more iniurmauonuu nvwi
ar.a oicci 1 ning equipment man any stanaara woric puonsnea.
i i.op7 an request.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
Honolulu, T, II,
A big stock of SCHOOL BOOKS,
COMPOSITION BOOKS, PENCIL
TABLETS, INKS, RUBBER ERAS
ERS, SCHOOL BAQS, etc.
SCHOOL BOOKS AT E1ST PRICE.
O. Y. P. U. MEETING TONIQHT.
The I'ortUKueee-Ohurch will ho tlio
meeting placa for the Oahu Young
I'eoplo'g Union tonight Instead of Ka
wntahan church as was nt first an
nounce;), Tho coincntlon, Iiquuht.
will bo as good and a, good attendanco
should greet Miss Mojer nnd heir her
tell or tho Christina Bndcator Inter
national Convention at St l'nul. Itov
A. A. EbcrMila v 111 slug a polo and
our Young I'coplo will be afforded 1111
opportunity to meet Mr. Clark, tho
son of "Treiinmt Temple' Chirk of C.
Tho steamer Illlntiinn of thoIatson
lino sailed todiy from S.111 rrnnclsco
fur Hoiuilnlii Bhn is duo lo arrho
1 ere noxt Wcditsday.
Remcnbcr the Place.
$15.00 Three bed' room house on
Qalick Ave., near car line,
$500 Four-room house and lot 50x
100 in Schank Tract, Nuuanu
Valley. Very cheap.
than any location in the islands.
Golf, Swimming, Riding, Motoring.
Formerly cutter for H. P. Both, it
i.ow in charge of L. B. KERR &
CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO,
Beretania St.. Opp. Sachs.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAISTim
Office: Honolulu PaintiLg Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 814, .J
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldff. 74 S. King St.
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