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Second Display of
Direct from New York. One glance at the bold effects
in swell headwear ordained by the modistes wearing, in
the Fall and Winter s;ason will satisfy 'vou that there is
nothing more to be desired either in originality or sice.
, All the accepted shapes aro here in SILK and FELT,
in white, black and leading colors.
Everything that is correct for millinery building":
.Plumes,. Birds, Wings, Aigrettes, Quills, etc. Elegant Pins
First Showing of
LADIES NEW FALL SUITS
Newest Materials; Correct styles.
NEW WALKING SKIRTS IN pleated effects, latest
styles in leading colors.
NEW WHITE SERGE SKIRTS, in latest cut, stylish
SOME OTHER NEW ARRIVALS.
CRYSTAL SILKS, in all of the newest shades. Very
stylish, and one .of New York's leaders.
DRESDEN SILK, all new patterns and colorings. Very
A largo assortment of Silk Dress and Waist Patterns
selected from the New York market.
BEAUTIFUL NEW TRIMMINGS, in Old Rose,
Reseda, Navy, Copenhagen Blue, Light Blue, Pink, Tan,
Grey and Brown. Also all colors combined with gold.
NEW CRYSTAL BANDS, narrow, medium and wide.
Beautiful for evening and reception gowns.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Beretania SU
FOR THE EDIGON PHONOGRAPH.
'InTdditioH to IHc "20 two-minute
and 20 four-minute records issued
monthly by the Edison Phonograph
Co., they hare issued a special list of
60 new four-minute Aniberol rec
ords. These are now ready for sale.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Young Bldg.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto, '
and other '
178 BERETANIA AVE., neat- EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
Kins Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
CEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $29,
" ' 5-GENT OIQAB
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 911
Opp. Fire Station.
These 'friezes, just received, 1
uc UCVU1UUVC 11UVCU1CS 01
the hignist merit, both as to
design and coloring, and the
effect produced is fully equal,
if not superior to fresco work,
while the cost is a mere frac.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. King St.
CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICE."
For Sale by The
THE BANK OF HAWADLTD.
For home entertainment.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., j-TD.
WAII CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
V7AVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
HAWAII & ,
Problems of Currency
Interest Centered In the address be
fore tho Unnkcr'a Association meeting
lit Clilcngo iccelilly of the IIon.-l.aW'
lotico O. Murray, the utile, iiillltmit
Comptroller of the currency. Mr. Mnr
raj cocrud much of the Bamo ground
ruvejud In his circular letters to na
tional hanks, In recent months. He
acknowledged In the opening that
"thcie lms nlwnig been a gloat deal
of cilticlsi.i of the national bank ex
tiinlnciH, mill peiliaps there u.wmk
will be." Somu of it Is Just; much of
It Is vciy unjiizt. When I became
comptroller 1 determined to Dm! out
exactly how tho bank oxnmliicis did
their woilc, and there seemed no bet-
ter wnv thm, io ...i, n. i,.,i..k ih..n..
coivos., A letter was sc'nt to tho pres.-flf0 ,,H l,olnK ""''"H'ted by me through
dent of each intloml bank, asking "" ,ho mcanK at lny "'iiiuiiil.
how tho oxnnilni'is woro doing their N" milter how offictlvc a Inw the
woik; whether or not It was being comptroller may hau at his ilthpoK.il:
well done; and whether tha examiners "" matter how elllckut the Ii ink ex
look time enough to go Into the do- nmliintlotis nny be. In the list an to
talis of the bank as tho law conleiu- tlM llm"" internal nianrguniont or tho
pinion; and asking them. In n general ''""'k makes for cither sin cesser fill
way to point out every defect In bank llrc- T,l threo fiuccs, good cxnmtiia
examinations." Hon, strict eufotccmi-nt of the law,
Oh the subject of bank piomotcrs ""'' dlicctnral rontrol, ate nhuoliiloly
Mr. Munay s.'ld: essential; but the most Impiutant o
Uvi-iy eomptrollor of Ihe curiency nl1 I" thi illrectnr.il cmitiol. As every
lakes n natural pride In teeing the comptroller Inkes nn will of offlco to
liinkri prow In number, Ii itieuglh. F,'u "'nt ",u national banking law Is
ami In loimliirllv. I b..li,. hi iiu, enforced. It seems not only my official
exp.iinlon of the system but I uellovi
that that expmslou ihould bo along
noiiual, siro and conservative lines,
I d it hellovo In the organization of
ii bank In a tomr.iuully wheio there'
Is no good reason for lp existence. 1
du not believe In thu orginlzalloii of
imiikh III communities where the IiiieJ
noss that would n iturnlly como to tho
bank Is liijiiniclcnt to warrant sue-
cess; nor do I believe In tho organlza-
tlon'of nny limit In n coinmunlty
where the buaid of directors will not
bu comnosed of men of business nbll-
. Ity equil to the best to bo fmnd In
I Jill I COOlinUllliy,
If Wo aro to hao a grert BjntemJ
of banks, sound, well managed und
piospcrous, the greatcLt attention and
scrutiny must be e:.erclced beforo tho
government Issues u ihnrter. In the
national system w? want banks orxt-
nlzed In places where the demand Is
spontaneous and oilgluglcs with tho
people living In ILj .Iitc who feel an
actual need, of bulking facilities. I
do not bellovc In the organization ot
banks by promoters who go nbouttho
Ichimtry, calling public meetings, nnd
by methods of advertising characteris
tic of tlfe circus, endeavor to arouse
enthusiasm for the organization of a
In some cases the promoter Is satis
fled to organize .n haul: for n feo of
flvo to ten dollars on each sharo of
stock, whllo in others lie la contented
lth a commission of from threo to
six per cent on tho capital stock nn1('
surplus fund. In other cases ho ex
presses n willingness to organize a
bank with tho understanding that ho
Is to bo elected to offlco. receive n
salary, and bo given tho privilege of
having a companyvln which ho -is In
tcrcstcd, loan tho funds of tho bank
on a commission basis, thero Is still
I' another typo of promoter who makes
nliusluess of organizing banks for tho
rolo purpose of having his company
Mipply furniture and fixtures. Ami In
Ifoiiio cisoh promoters hao charged
tho bunk more for organization ex-
peiiKcs than Its net earnings would
umount to In flvo jcars. It It should
not lose n, dollar In bad debts.
Tho comptroller's ofllco knows
ocry bank promoter now operating,
nnd has n special reiwrt on tlio con'
corning him. It has full Information
ns to tho methods used, not only as it
general rulo,tbut In each particular
hank. It has :i fairly good file of tho
nlliirlng advertisements ami tho hand
bills which they huvo spread bioad
cast In tho places where banks have
Ah soon ns an application comes to
tho odl co foi tho establishment of n
bank, If it bears nny of the earmarks
of tho application ot a promoter, nl-J
though his name may not appear upon
It, n letlir Is written to dVery man
signing Iho application, raising these
questions: l'lrst, did thu Idea of (ho
organization of tho bank originate
with the people of tlio comniuuity
themselves, nnd Is It tho outgrowth
of u necessity for banking facilities,
or Is It tho plan of n bank promoter;
and, secondly, If tho bank Is establish
ed, will tho business which will na
turally flow to It bu of such volunino
and chnractcr us to reasonably In
Tho answers of theso letters, In n
great many Instances, are that thu
organization of it hank was entirely
tho Idea of outsiders who enmo thero
for tho purposo of organizing, ami that
they signed the application wlllijery
little consideration us to tho probable
outcome of thu enture. In theso
cases, the promoters are asked to J
make n deposit of a sullUlent amount
of nionej to coer tho uxreuses of a
competent examiner fiotu my ofllce to
go to the community mill nuko an
honest und thorough Investigation of
tho whole situation; und If Ids toport
Is to tho ejlcct that thero Is no neces-
Pity for Its reorganization, no field for
tho bank, nn reaaonablo iharfco for Its
success, tho application la piiunptl)
1 como now. to tlf question of ill
rcctoral control, arid I approach It
with no Inclination to controersy.
The director it n Innk who poses
before the peoplo as the trusted custo
dlati of their funds, and who Is mlng
his trusteeship, for the I urpose solcl)
of pcnsonnl gain, who Is recklessly
siHculatlnR'-wltlr tile people's money
by borrowing unwarranted Bums up
on Insunicjcnt security, Is tho greajest
menace to tho safety of the bajiklug
system today. The elimination of this
typo of director from the control of
I,a"kll"5 Institutions und he fostering
,)f.ft kccncr Be"80 " 'l'nHilllty
nl"onB "10 ccr"lln clasfl of l)!U,k. ,n'
rectors of, tho duties of their high of
(1,lt'i "11 lhall am bound morally, to
"uko n" effort to bring home to the
management of oerj built, where It
,B cither careless or Inefficient, u due
wmsp of Its legal mid moi.it respnusl
''""V to deroeltnrs. When tlio
government gives to n body of ineirn
dinner nuicn iiuiiiiirizos ineni 10 io-
rclvo olllcr people's money, and at tha
""" "W "' ' nxes Uhii ii gov
ernment ofllclal the duty of supervls-
lnS these corporations, lie Is doing no
"u,ro ",nn ,lle mw rtaulres or lilm
when ho Inquires of tho dlicctors liow
""'J' nl' Informing Ihe duties which
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nJ itu.vj mi u.-i ii. iiuiliillll.
Tho reasons for my deteruilnitlon
to make nn effort to stimulate illiect-
oral control were two: first, n na
tlonil commlstlon In nojv making n
study of the entire banking Mttntion
In this country. And as In tho prcs-
ent banklngdaw tho duties of dlrec'ors
are not sprclnlly set out.ilt seemed
well to ascfrtaln definitely Just how
Iho seven thousand hanking corpora-
lions chartered t thu giuernulcilt
biro Intcrjiully managed by tho iKiard
oi directors; so mat, ir, in the new
law. It, seems wise for congress to
spcclr.M,jlu detail ,wh.il tile duties of
lUrccljrs feltull bq,.JJ, .will have tho
statistics us to "Just how tho biuks
are managed at the present time.
And, secondly, I dcslred-to And out
Just how tho banks aro managed so
that, with no additional legislation nt
all, had conditions may bo remedied
by good, effective administration. And
I liaio found such a remedy, I now
know exactly how every bank In tho
country Is managed, nml the few bndlv
managed ones will be examined here
alter four times n sear, and In the
'presence of the directors. And In the
banks whero the management Is
either careless or not up to u fair
standard, tint, directors will hv asked
to adopt such rules for the Internal f
management of tho banks ns will
remedy for all tltno all ground for
Just criticism cither from tho coniw
troller or from anybody clc. '
And I ciiu say to joii now that I
firmly hcllevo that before the end of
this sour uery slnglo bank will loin
ply with this reflsonable request. The
result will be that within n few
months there will bo on file In the
comptrollers ofllco u lettir fiom the
hoard of dlteetors of oery bank
whoso luleinal niauagiiucnt Is sub
ject to any rrllUhim, iigfcclug to meet
nil leakouablu requests of the romp
trailer's ofllie; ami further agreeing
that tlio Interim! management of the
bank, in tho future, will bu vlgoious,
effective, cunstunt, and watchful.
Chicago was, tho magnet which drew
nearly ouu-htilf tho membership of the
American 1! utVers' Association t,
break till records 'for attendance nt Jls
3Sth iitiuuil eonuntlon. Central locu
tion, iidiquuto facilities, tho known
hospitality of her b inkers, n ruMcr of
popular ofllccrs and nn efflclcnt organ
ization all contributed their share. The
organization Iiiih gtowti greatly n re
cent ears and Is n power In tlio io
1 ulillc, Knvorlng opinion from tho A.
HA A, makes It u winning catibu. Her
spokesman nro heurd with the know I
edgu that Mio good of tho whole cnun
try was considered beforo tho decision
to spenk was made. No calling sno
banking Is mi Intcrwovyi with tho
commercial, Industrial und overy-day
business ot'tlio country. They Iho In
and for ouch other. No calling so near
ly banishes sentiment in (Is forecast
of conditions, henco none other Is o
effective, bocausp uonu other Is I"
Much of tho lUhter slilo of tho great
convention has boon kept for another
Issue, The progtam has been such u
task upon space, owing to tho high
character of the addresses, thit the
many, enjoyable, social features me
withheld for'lhe present.
Mr. rteynnhls alter 'a faultless ltd-
mnMstrntlnu, has been succeeded by
Xlr. PlerMin, who will malto all Iho
'ciedlt mirk posslhlo to Intelligent,
tactful, tltcless otllclal soiWce
VICTIM OF ROCHESTER CEMETERY FIEVD,
HER HOME AND SCENES OF THE CRIME
('.' . F0I1P HOUSE WHERlfjVfct JWvaWilS
Tho murder of Atini'Schum ichcr In n rtochesler cemetery has nttracteil widespread attention anil set tho
people of thu cntlia northern bcctlon of New York sternly against tramps and vagrants because of thu fiendish
nature of tlio crime. Tho little girl tho was seventeen yi-ars old, but considerably under slze went to tho cent- '
ctcry to placo (loners on her father's grave. When sho did not return nt evening her relatives began a senreh
for her, which resulted after fortv-elGht hours In the discovery of her body In n shallow grave In n desolate '
and unfrequented spot outsldo the Holy Sepulcher cemetery. The, girl had been attacked, beaten and strangled
nml evidently had fought despcrntoly for her life. Sho probibly met her death In nn abandoned shanty neir '
whero the body was found, for thero wero evidences of u desperato struggle having taken place In imd around
tho old house. Tho first clew the police obtained wnah sprdo tho murderer had used In hastily burjlng tho
body nfter dragging it to n holo that hunters had dug In seareh of woodehucks, Thu uccoinpuijlng portrait
ot tho girl Is thl.- flint authentic likeness of her that has been published. It was tilieu 'a few da before her
death nnd tliova her sitting with, two of her girl friends. Tho pollco bellcio tho girl-was wmrderod by n tramp,
for many women had complained of being followed by lough looking men when they visited the gravejnrd.
Much of tho success of tho A. II. A.
comes from the Icial co-upcrttlon of
thu sections, tho ofllouix being now
practically eousolblated nt It I'lue
street. Col, r.unswoilh has etrned
tho praises bestowed upon his conduct
of tho scciotanshlii chief executive
of the association. Not n 1 it t Io stimu
lation will be gluu 1. Mr. Living
stone, to tho work of tho council and
thu committees. Ilo (s nil Ideal filtuio
custodian of tlio gav 1.
Tho Chicago Innkeis who vdrkol
night and day In preparation for tho
cruvciitlnn, and nnnj of wjtont rcuce-
ly Blept during Iho week It has been
In cession' mist get their leliitns In
tluigene'ral vonlltt tint nctliltiR to
good has been done before II !m
been tlio greatest huikuiH lu'ivinlluii
from oveiy joint of vlow oor held.
MEDICINES MADE FRGM
ROOTS AND HERBS
In the good old Ctshoni'. days o'
our graiidiuothuis hey tUiKttdcil up
on medicines miulo from the roots and
herbs ot the field to euro disease.
l.jdla 13. l'liikhaui's Veetnb'd Com
pound, that standard remedy whlth Is
undo f I oni roots and herbs for ,w
m ill's Ills, hint Its origin In thta way.
rorthltty )iirs It has been redi;!-m-lug
Its promises written on tho labd
or every bottle by curing thousands of
women of femluluo Ills. Its a good
WHAT IS MEANING OF
"PUBLIC AUCTION 1"
(Continued from Pazs I)
strict and literal moaning, thu mmo
being n competitive snip where Ihe
uitlele goes to the highest bidder. The
wnid -In qiiellin nro thuya used In
the uct under whirl; tho defendant lias1
been i barged nml lil.,attoinej' claims'
that his limitless dons not rouio under
their definition lie claims that ths
wile of lltdicrinan'H cutch to Ihe kei-n-j
us of the llshmniki'l stalls Is n pil
lule sale mid not touched lis the!
winding of the net, pioduilng aitthoil I
ties that teem to eoncluslvo'j uphold
Mr. Drown, for tho prosocullon
elalined that even inu'cr tho itrlet
meaning which (Juailes claims must
bo nectcCtcd to tho words tho defend
nut Is liable us of the thlity-thiee
itallUciciu at the mullet, tho catili
goes to the hlghext hi liter.
Tho second point piwIh by Mr.
(Junius niteutiiales Ihe dirfcicnio In
times ill the dlfleietil taxation dlstrlds
uud on different tUed boats and
charges unfair illilrlniliiation tunkei
tho Act uiieonstlliltlonal. Tho caec
as a whido Is ouu of thu most Intel est
lug that linn como up in any Ten I lor
After the argument, and after Jtt lg
Audindu had expio.iued liln deslio to
eo Iho mallet dec I led by Iho Teiri
toilal Siipreiuu Coutt, bulb (ii'uil tin t
couufecl bec'nu cjiillug nroiui', foi u
means by which the caso could bo tik
in thole, witliout impositr; any hind
Milp o-i the ilifetidant. Thu defendant
will piobab'y bo found guilty und sen
lone o def-rred for sixty daya and
meanwhile Qtinrlcs,wlll got :i decision
1 1 oni tho Hupionio Court. Judge An
diado vIU nt.il.o his decision lomor
WARRANT ISSUED CHARGING
ILLEGAL SALE OF OPIUM.
(Continued from Pose 1)
man who tinniu bus not jet been alt
Milged, Mr. Hendry stated this aftot
noon when quuitlnued that his uricrt
followed th odlnovcn Hint he wa
clohel) (ounecled with the opium ctv
bring Ii.vvIg3ted. When asked
whether the m rested mnn hud any
connection with Lie Let or was sup
posed In bo his ngi'lit, Mr Hcndrv
stated that that Was not known us yet
I.ee I-ct lias not et been nriestcd
the waiiant having JuaV hteti lt.U3d
hut It Is cxpictcil that he will lie iwilu
in tlio liamls of tho law this iifleriioon
It Is suppmed that he has In his rf
resHlc n and his been trying to dispute
of, illcgilly. in.000 lael tins of the
1S editorial rooms S7J0 DUtl
nrs ettlcr. Thete aro the teteplion"
umbers cf the Dulletin office.
DAY IS PLAN
The sccniM, 1'ilday In November,
Aibor Da), the Ulli of Ilea muntli, will
bu ulllelilly proclaimed by lioveru ir
1'iear, who will Issiiu n pnichimatleti
to Hint effect uud it is planned Hi it
till; ulllrlul title will bo Arbor and Cuti
nervation dty. In udditloni to tlu
reat distrllnitliiti of decs tho subject
of conservation will alco' receive ut-
letillnn. V -
C.ov'unoi Tienr stated this luorTiln;
that It wim proiHised to comblno tho
two IxeuiHi i.f thu Vac t that tho oh
Jeits of trio planting nml eonsorviilloj
huvo pracllially thu saniO'end In view.
Tlju Ilureait of Agi culture nnd Kit-et-try
Is prcpirlnK ftir.thujllstrlbntloi
of the trees which will bo given to nil
who apply, distributing polulu bolu ;
estiibllshed tliiouKliout Hie Teirltory.
STILL BIDDING FOR .
OLAA AND McBRYDE.
(Continued lrom Pdcb 1)
one htimlrel sliaic lofs, llnnnknn I
l-l lug Muight at IS. GO with thu Iiopu of
thu pui li;u'(rs that tho llouukna see
Hon will gel a good ruin, ami thu
ftoekholderH Iho dividend headed off
byilty weatller. Hawaii. ut Sngr wild
M 111 yesterday, Kwn ut 31 .75, I'loneer
at ISA and twenty-four or I'ala ut 310.
All along the lino Ihero Is :i ten
done) nn the purl til Ihosn In Hie m.ir.
ket to "! itit(imni niivlng nloi'ks Ih it
liiivo H' ictie.l Hui liinii mi Hits m
li.ia ut ttiTiTwesilTTngngure, IIulii
Is thu bpocnlatlve feature on llouoli.ia,
und iirospects uf good crops und i!,
adjustment of debt Is uhnt puts
rticngtli Into tho other two.
Mrsj Ktitherliie Miller, forntorly
Mrs. Knto Surfe', who served n two-e.n-
iirlson term for helping Jnelt
nml, IMward Hlildle, the muniorors,'
escape from IJiu couuty Jail ut I'ltts-'
bin ir, died of typhoid feve.
U'-f-or Rent" cards son sale
lie Dullrtln olfico. " ,