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EVENING IWMjCTIN', HONOLULU, T. II.. TIM3S0AY, OCT. 12, tD09.
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$2". 50 Ladies
j SojosiS jo
Paten t leath
er laee biots,
light or heavy
5-1 Ladies' Show
Indies' Vir-i Kid,
Eluditr Lace, m Hand
Trrnfd or Welt Sole.
Greatest Of All
Starting Saturday, the 9th, at
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
$4 and $3 Men's
Men's Patent Colt
Kid Lnce and Button
Shccs, in good, wide
$4 Ladies' Oxfords
Patent Kid Hand
Turned Oxford. Wood,
Cuban or French Heels
$5 Ladies' Oxfords
Fine light dull Kid
Oxford, Medium high
We are putting out in this sale
about $5000 worth of High Grade
Shoes at Tremendous Reduc
tions, as we have a large ship
ment due very soon, and we
have to make room for them.
This Sale includes such cele
brated makes as S0R0SIS and
WALK-OVERS. No better
Shoes in the world for the money.
Sorosis Canvas Oxfords and
In most all colors, regular
$4 and $5 grade, at -'
$4 and $5 Men's
Men's Pat. Kid Lace
and Button Shoes, on
the new Drop Toe Mil
. itary Heels.
$4 Men's Oxfords
In Patent Leathers.
Tan, Eus3ia Calf and
Complete outfits for the amateur or professional.
Films, plates and supplies of all kinds guaranteed fresh.
Developing and printing a specialty.
Photo Supply Co..
Fort, below Hotel.
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, maamimM. Mwmm
i 9H iKJNKJETI
Easiest in the world to clean. Uses least ice
H. Hackfeid & Co., Ltd.
Carter, tho ccmlinor oi M!io jii hU-i'-lous,"
nH tlio billboards cull lilm Is
hiiiii In have Miniothing nppio.iclilng n
iirorilbionkin'i engagement at t'io Op
era Iloute t 111 h. wiek, Tim filling it of
Hermann npeuc I Ills five nights' hi lor
talunicnt last ovi nlug an I thr Mm a
whs so good lluit It couM i ilvo 'iiithlii,;
lo lia ilea I roil from tncn llio inojt ci It
'Ijlclts llicio nrro In pleiilv mil
tucks that .(iii uiilil tmndm mm at
k'liulli without lilltlni; iipnn a poxMlilo
ruliilliiii in iixpliiihillon Tim Illiniums
of a lulijcrt MuliiK tttailitill) In llio nl r
without biipujrt nml the Ul-tiiiitur.i'ico
CHAHLES J. CARTER. THE 0 REAT MAGICIAN AT THE OPERA
IIODSE TH IS WEEK.
ut llio Miiin'l of n pistol bliot of tin)
lml who Iuih lict'ii liolttoil n Inn o tlio
EtnRu. ieic licit li catrloil nut In a mini
tici Hint completoly lialtlcit tlio aiiill
once. An ltinJi ot i-lnii'so thlnsH woro
iloiii hj (Ju)ti-f wlili a pick of ourilu
nil Iio It id llioiii cuulnlb tralnuil to
Liuwer to their nnnicn nml to niipeir
tiniii llio pack when so icquettoil
rnoxplaliuili'o tlilUKa wmo itono In
i uililii't llrl win lioujlt onto llio
hl.itti ml ilu.'ln llio iuc;oiliirH u
(oininliii'o ot llo fioiu tlio iiiiillcnre
luiirouiiiloil llio inlili'cl nml lik'il In
Jottel Domctlilus In tlio .i) uf outillo
' SHAPE LABOR POLICY
At Sunday's convention of tlio rci
lesintnlltcft of tlio nix luadliiR Japan
osu iH'Wpniora of tlie lnlnnils. Iio.d at
tlio Walklkl home of S. Bheliu, editor
of llio Hawaii Slilinio, llio following
Lieolutloim were nduptod In reward to
a iollc controlling laborers ttntos,
Hie lontract system, tlio lilKlior wago
ngltatlon, aiul general relations be
tween plnntntlona and emplojeos:
Wo, the Japanese representatives of
tlie JujiaiKMo newspapers published In
one lilsnml within the Territory of Ha
waii, nKM'inliled In tlo City ot Hono
lulu, lnm, this day, the following reso
lutions In tlio hopo of advancing the
Interests of the Japaneso laborers.
1 lienfore, bo It
llosolved, That wo boliovo, to ortr
regret, that the Rood reputation of our
countrymen residing In tho Territory
of Hawaii has been Impaired through
iho labor agitation caused nml led by
ii few Irresponsible men who styled
thunsehes tho leaders of tlio Higher
Resolved, That o denounce tho no
tion of the Higher Wage Association
because, whereas, with a tempting luu
of higher wages, they luno collected
Irom laborers oer 30,U0U, that
amount being cither spent In aln or
Improperly appropriated, and because
they yet engage agents on commission
to collect more' money from Innocent
laborers under different pretenses.
Hesohed, That we consider It un
just and dishonorable to tax Innocent
laborers on niero promises of good re
turns which hate not been fulfilled and
which will never niaterlallio to tho
benefit of tho laborers. We further
condemn such action ns being nothing
loss than n pure fraud, therefore,
ltcsolvod. That wc. ns publicists, and
true friends of the Japanese laborers,
denounce the action of the agitators
ns most Irresponsible and ns detri
mental to tho good reputation and to
the nintcilal prosperity of our laboring
class us unbecoming and undesirable
actions for Japanese who resldo In,
and receive protection from, tho Unit
til States of America, with which Na
tion our Kmptro Is on most friendly
tonus. We strongly protest against
tho methods of tho agitators as unbe
coming to law-abiding citizens and dis
honorable to thu name of tho subjects
of Japan. Therefore, be It
ItcBolvcd, That wo will advise our
countrymen against the dictates or the
agltatois and will protect our laborers
from tho lawless demonstrations oi
these, pcoplo In order to restore the
well earned good reputation of our
countrjnien already Imperiled by tho
foolish agitation. Wo shall aspire to
rcstorV; tho good fooling botween the
laboreis and tho planters and to en
courage the spirit of cooperation and
conciliation umoifg all the races that
commingle In harmony In tho Parn
dlso of the Pacific.
Ilesolrcd, That wo are unanimous
In our sincere hopo that tho Income of
our laboring cIbsb will beconio larger
and as tho best means of solution for
tho present labor question we will en
courago contract work on the plunta'
lions. In Its principle and actual work'
lug this HVBtem Is preferable for and
most advantageous to our aborcrs. Wo
believe that there ought to bo proper
and ndequnto remuneration for effi
cient performance of work nnd thnt
contract work best Bulls the Japanese
laborers. We, as a body, shall encour
age tho contract sjstein nnd work for
tho jicrfcctlon of that sBtem.
Resolved, That wo will encourage
contract, work among our couiltrjmon
and sincerely hopo that tho planters
will cooperato with us In giving out
contract woik to the Japaneso labor
ers as far as practicable anil In better
terms thun hitherto existing to that
the contractors will receive an ndo
fiinte return for their work.
Resolved, That we, as u oouy, uo-
lluvo that all contract agreements
thould ba made In written form with
I roper Japaneso translations attached,
to that thcro can be no mlsunder-
blnnillng arUo botween contractors and
the planters In regard to price, weight
or other conditions. We believe that
the biiIi It of trust based upon u thor
ough inntuil understanding Is essential
for tho performance of good work, and
believe that laborers und employers
should honestly strive to denl Bquare
ly with each other according to tho
written terms of tlio agreement en
Resolved. That as to thoso who are
employed In n work that can not be
given out on contrnct, such as thu
work In the mill, etc.', wo hopo sincere
ly Unit some readjustment of tho wage
tealo will bo mado beforo long bo that
their Income may be proportionately
Increased with that of tho contractors.
Resolved, That wo will ndvlso our
countrymen to wnlt patiently and con
tinue In tho faithful performance of
their work. Wo will advise them at all
limes to rcraln from rash and
Resolved, That thcro shall bo no
collections of money from laboieiB for
any fund or expenses, but wo plodg"
nurse! v 03 that In n proper, peaceful
manner, in a conciliatory spirit ami In
un honost way, wo shall do our duty
lor tho advancement of tho mutual
prosperity of tho planters aud tho Jap
Robolvcd, That It Is our earnest and
slnccro wish that our expectations will
bo smoothly carried out Into realiza
tion, t,o that ther6 will be. no chance
for any repetition of tho agitation Into
which inn Innocent laborers were led
mi I used ns niero tools for the selfish
i'BHlstancn, Nothing was' found, how-
ovor undone member of tho commit-
too who had the hardihood to enter tho
cabinet with the magician after thn
lutlui had been bLCiiicly bound looked
lit, thouE;li lie had been badly mauled by
"unseen hands" dining his lucmcern-
Carter Is tho real thing In tlio way
of conjuiois and 111 appear at Iho
Opoia llniiso until uot I'rlday a
change of piormu being niniiiged for
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
We cordially invite yoii to attend
Visit our store. You will be both
surprised and, delighted at the
elegance and exclusiveness of the
That are now on exhibition '
We have no duplicates. Every
article and dress length will be.
unique in itself.
purporo of agitators.
llosolved. That a copy of this reso
lution In the K-igllsh language bo
mulled to tho Hawallnn Sug-ir Plant
ers' Association for their kind cunsld
oiallon and another copy to Consul
General Uvcno asking for his moral
support. Pe It also resolved that n
repreBentitlve be sent to wnlt on
members of tho H. S. P. A. to present
to them our Views.
HAWAII SHINPO, Honolulu.
HAWAIIAN JAPANDSIJ DAILY
HAINAN SHINPO Illlo, Hawaii.
II1I.O SHINPO. Illlo, Hawaii.
MAUI HOCIII. Walluku, Maul,
KAUAI SHINPO, Mhue, Kiiual.
Present at this conference wore
Messrs. Sheba, Mlkanil, Haga and So
gawa, of tho Hawaii Shlnpo; Messrs
Klmura and Onodlra, of tho Chronicle;
Mr. Kukuuaga, of tho Kauai Shlnpo;
Mr. Sasaki, ot thu llochl; Mr. Ynmi
mura, ot the Knlnau, und Mr, Sasaki,
of tho Illlo Shlnpo.
Following tho convention, the dee
gates gathered at a luatt, at which It.
W. IlreckonB, Marshal Hendry und It.
O. Matheson woro guests.
SUBSCRIPTION BLANK IN
Y. M. C. A. CAMPAIGN.
'Continued from Fazs ti
loy, W. M. Graham, W. A, (Jreeiiwell
J. M. Guild, James Guild, W. W. Hall,
II. U Hondilck, Gen. Jlensliall, Allen
Herbeit, D. Hnwaid Hitchcock, Dr.
Hobdy. C, O. Holtol, W. h, Howard.
A. S, Humphrojs,'ll. A. Jordan, 13. W.
.Ionian J. Q. Jones, II. A Juen John
T. Jones, U A. Kerr, H. Kopko, Goo.
T. Kluogel, W. A. Kinney, J. M. Little,
Alex D. Larnach, J. Lucas, S. M, Iw- I
rey, L. J, Lando, Nelson II, I-aiislng,
D.inlol Logan, l M. McStockor, A, M.
Morrill, J, D. Marques, LNL. McCiuid
less, J, Alfred Magoon, A, W. Nceloy,
Jus. Nott, Jr., C. G. Owen, Jos. M. Oat,
J. W. Pratt, W. C, Parke, M. V, Pros
scr, M. Phillips, P. M. Pond. T. H.
Petrlo ,H. R, Iteldford, W. T. nawllns.
Joseph r. Rock, G. 13, Smithies, John
W. Short, C. J. Schoenlng, .las. Stein
cr, 13. W. Sutton. John II. Sopor, E. T.
Simpson, 10. I. Spalding, I). Summons,
Geo, W. Smith, A. P. Taylor. J. II.
Townsend, L. D. Tlmmons, A. II. Tnr
leton I3d Tovvse, L. B. Thajor, Oonlt
P. Wilder, Hdgar Wood, W. W, Wright,
J, Wnkeflelil, II. H, Wllllums. J. A.
Wilder 13. O, White, H. M. von Holt,
L. M. Vottlesen Win, Welmlch, Jr., A.
K. Vieirn, .Chas. T. Wlldci, W. C.
Wcedon, .las. L. Young.
Headquarters and Other Information.
Headquarters nt 1021 nishop sheet,
Alex. Young building, nour King
sticct, next to ontrnnco to hotel,
Liu go sign In window: "Headnuar
tcis Y. M. C. A. Building Campaign,
JIOO.OOO In ten days. Oct. 12 22."
Over door ten day clock to slucv
progress of fund with marks for $1,000
and $5 000 up to $100,000.
Mr. Super In chnrgo of headquarters.
Mr. McGarvIo stenographer. Kit Tovvbo ,
will net aa general prcts annit I
Klist committee to meet this morn
ing was that of Mr. Trent. '
The first subscilptlon of the actual
campaign wns secured by one ot the
group of "Younger Men," Mr. Ilunn,
und was for J 1 CO. It was from a mr,-i
whoso salary Is $150 per month,
Tlio second subscription of Iho day
was for $1000, Tho donor U Mark P.
Robinson and the pledge was brought
In by Mr