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nVENIXQ DIILLRTIN. HONOLULU, T. II., TIIUIISDAY, OCT. 21, 1909.
NAVY TOP HEAVY
for Infants and Children.
What is Castoria?
C'ASTOKIA is a liiirmlcui tmliuihtifu for Castor Oil,
rarcoriCj IJrojJi nnd isootliinff Syrupy. It Is
Itlcnwanl. 81 conlniiM neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Xnrcotio substance (IV::icotics Uutjcfy). It
ngoisil guarantee. It destroy Wortim and allnjq
Fovcrihiies. St cures Hinrrhtru and Wind Colic.
Ht relieves Teething 'JTrouMc, cures CoiiHtipntioii
and Flatulency. It asuimtlaU's .the Food, rcgulnfcn
tho Stomach and VSowolH,n;ivJiiPr'hcnlih and natural
Hieuii. The Cliililt'di'tt I a n a c c 4' he mol Iter's
Frio n d .
ulcniituro of yA&cyx7ecUM nfsmmui CiRloriu
Physicians Recommend Cub rlo.
"Mj nllcoU urrirliMy fr!o the action of jour
Iluffulo, If. y,
"Tlnrlni; mytnrdlrx! prwtlco 1 inow rf rcrrnl
c nnt wbera your CattorU j-nwrlU.1 anil iiml
will pjoU rciultr. K Mot.4ii n, t. . ,
bi, Izmir, 2Ju.
"Tonr Cantrtrin ! ftrt.nl lym rratr.t remMr
for rMllrrn I l.li.iwrcif. I know !0 ttllar pro
U.8. bcuwinr, :l S ,
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r&uil!Knbvrvlucrbr rt. J
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for clililrcn mil thr out or. t w ti J rjici.
nnt.(l. ' Aum.. V. bixu . " II
I hnrr n.nl yonr Crtort m u pnryatlv In t!i
ri-i of thil.lnn for jtar. u.t wah ln,.l lipjj
cffvtt.aiiJu.tjr indorse It agnatic trimiiy M
U.D.UM1III. M II,
Kniu City, Mo. r.ilU.U!.lil, r.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castorla.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
WHAT YOU GET FOR
When ;ou buy shots, what you get for your money is
not determined solely by the outside appearance. The
cheapest kind of shoes can be made to look well for a
while, but they don't wear well.
That's why the REGAL SHOE has and holds such a high
reputation. It looks good on the outside, wears longer ind
stands up better than any shoe made for $3.50, $4.00 and
S5.G0. Every one is guaranteed. We insure you a per
fect fit. Quarter sizes.
Neat shoe repairing done while you wait.
Regal Shoe Store, cor. King and Bethel
Special Clearance Sale
See our window. You will find what you want.
BARGAINS FOR BUYERS.
75 dcz. MEN'S GOLF SKIRTS Regular Price, 50c
cr.d 75c. To CIcse 0 ut, 3tc ench, 3 for $1.00.
1 lot MEN'S GOLF SHIRTS Regular Price, $1.00
r.nd 51 25. To Close Out, 73c each.
1 lot BALBRIGAN UNDERSHIRTS Regular Price,
COc. To Close Out. 35e each, 3 for 51.00.
1 lot WHITE DRILL ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS
Regular Price, 50c. To Close Out, 35c each, 3 for S1.00.
EIG OFFER OF GENUINE PANAMA HATS.
Regular $0.00 &. $0.75 . . To dose at $3.50 & $1.50
CO new styles far.cv GINGHAMS, in plaids, stripes
and plain. .Regular 10c. To close at 15 yds for $1,00
A. F. C. and RED SEAL GINGHAMS
Regular 12l2c. To close at 9c
SHIRTING PRINTS New Patterns, big variety
To close at 4Vac a yd
AMOSKEAG FLANNELETTES, Plain and Fancy. .
, To close at Oo a yd
We have also reduced all other poods in our Gents'
and Ladies' Furnishing Goods aud Shoe Departments in
correspcndinRly low prices.
GIVE US A CALL if you are in for economy.
Yee Chan & Co.,
Comer King and Bethel Streets.
TAKE A DIP IN PROSPERITY
Let us print your PROGRAMS, MENUS,
SHIPPING TAGS, LABELS and all other,
kinds of Commercial or Law Printing
Gi)e ti-r one order and you Will i)t uj another
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Bulletin Publishing Co. Ltd,
CHINA AND U.S. ARE DEWRY DEFENDS
Former CoiiRressman Points Out the
Great Need of Auxiliaries
Calls Attention to the History of
the War With Spain.
DCI.I'III, Iml., Oct. S. former
C'diiRrcFsiiian I.nmlls, nt' his homo
licre tiulaj irpllfil to Admltnl Uew
ej s ciUIcIhiii o( tils Bpeccfi nt Cln
iliiii.ttt, In uhlcli ho ruferrcd to tho
nllcRPi) Inailequacy of the limy be
cnueo of the lack of nn Amcilcim
Salil Mr. Lindli: "What 1 hoped
to lirltiK to the nttvntlon of the conn
trj in ni iiddrcis was the top-hcavl-licSH
of our lunj ;ih now constituted.
It la nil llshtlng ships.
"Tho lessons taught In the Span-
lidi-AniPilcnn wnr, nml the leccnt
cml.'e mound the world, emplinslze
our weakness In the class of essuls
which other nations In th,o ecnt ot
war ilr.iw fiotn their merchant inn-
rlne. I refer to transports, linspltnt
ships, scout xlil i3, colliers nnd tho
"Admiral Dewey snjs we could buy
these In the cent of war. Has ho
forgotten the nlmso nnd defamation
henped on Mclvinley while he was
(rjliiK to make, the lighting ships we
had effecthe and make pro!slon for
l.tudlng troops on the enemj's soil?
Huh he foigotten the (50,000,000
oti-il hj Congress to nllay the h)s
Icrln of the coiintrj to he expended
1) tho 1'iestdent without legislative
"Had our fitiarrcl been with nn
iiRKiesshe nnd prepared enemy, cog-
nlrant of our weakness, Admiral
Dewey's place In history might be
dlffeicnl. A nnvy without on ade
quate merchant mnilne to support it
is like nn nimy without stippljlng
HANGED HIMSELF WHILE
Hllo, Oct. 19. A Chinese, whoso
name has not bfcn learned, committed
sulcldo Thursday night nt the Knl
lua Jnll, whcie ho hml been conflned
on suspicion or Incendiarism.
A short time ago a storo nt Keau
lioiiukn, Kona, was burned, nnd nil
Ihc clrciimstnnccu nttending tho flro
led tho (xillce to licllee that It wns of
an Incendlniy origin. A careful In
esllgntlon wns mnde, resulting final
ly in tho nnest Inst Thursday of tho
Clilm so, who wns Ulten to tho Kallua
jail to be held there for investigation.
On Friday morning tho prisoner was
found In Ids cell, dead. Ho had un
wound hlf queue, rnd using It ns n
ropo ho had wound It nrotind Ills neck
nnd had strangled himself. A cor
oner'H Inquest was held, which enmo
to tho concluslim'timt death was sui
cidal. Illl Tribune.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
ABOUT EQUAL IN
Senator Gallinger Sets
' Forth Our Sad Position
On High Seas'
OUTSTRIPPED BY ALL
NATIONS EXCEPT ONE
Entered for Record Oct. 10, 1909,
Honokna Sugar Co. to Jack I'ayne
and w Ife Ilol
Knnna I'ayne to P. A. Schafer...
Mnnoel Itodrlqucs nnd wf. to Joa-
qulm Rodrlguca v....M
1'rntik I.. Iladley et al to John
John CJ nl Id nnd wife to Hank of
Hawaii, Ltd , M
Knthleen K. A. Murphy to Manuel
P. I'eter und wlfo Ilel
II, I.. Holsteln to Hnwn. Agr. Co..L
Rose Williams to Anna M. Cook. . .D
Jno. T. Scully to K. Matsumoto. . .
Kst. of Uernlce P. Illshoii by Trs.
to Hllo Railroad Co I)
Entered for Record Oct. 20, 1909,
Ookuln Sng. I'lnntn. Co. to T. W.
II. R. Ilannlng by ntty. to Maria
K. M. Hnrbottlo Rol
1'iuhol.tnl Hull to II. P. Holllngor.M
D. Paull (k) to Mrs. Kuhl I'nlau..D
Patrick r Ryan to John M. Kclly.AM
GOOD SHOW TONIGHT.
Commission Is Meeting and Will Pre
nare Its Report for Conerest
Gallinger's Views What Other
Nations of the world Are uoing.
NEW YORK, Oct. 9. So soon as
Senator Gallinger, chairman, re
turns from abroad, the Maratlmo
Commission, appointed by Congress
to Inquire Into the decline of Amcr
Icn's ocean fleet and the loss of skill
cd officers nnd seamen, pioneers of
trndo and pence, will hold a series of.
meetings, cither hero or In Wash
ington, to report another ship sub
sidy bill to Congress.
It is snld that the Commission will
sit for several days, hearing addi
tional evidence on tho decadence ot
Amerlcnn shipping. Tho Commis
sion was appointed with tho view
of having It n non-partisan body.
Public sentiment throughout the
United 'Stales, ns the Commission
lias heretofore discovered, Is prac
tically unanimous In demanding an
American ocean fleet, America now
pas tho stupendous sum ot S1G0,
000,000 u j car to foreign shipping.
Less than ten per cent ot our sea
) ommerce is transported by ships
tljlnB''tho Stars and Stripes. Yet
100 jears ago tho American propor
tion was 91 per cent, and even so
late as lSci, G5 per cent.
Why Panama Canal t
ah senator uauinger sajs:
"It Is a condition on which no
patriotic American can look without
a smarting Bcnso of humiliation.
Why 'build the Panama canal If we
care to see only vessels of foreign
powers passing through It?
"Oreat Ilrltali, pays generous mall
subsidies. Admiralty subsidies to her
swiftest vessels, and retainer boun
ties to her'seumen.
' "Germany Is equally as liberal.
Mall 8tiamshlp lines must bo con
structed in Germany by German
workmen. Thus. ear ufter year
German ship) aids are Increased In
working foice. State rallwns give
prefciential rates to goods Intended
for cxpot by German ships.
"Fiance gives mail subventions to
her great steamship lines, construc
tion bounties to her stilpjards and
navigation bounties to all French
shipping, steam or sail, engaged In
"Austria-Hungary gives construe
tlon'bountleu und mall and naviga
Even Spain Beats Us.
"Italy gives mail subventions and
bounties to all her craft, whether
steam or sail.
' Holland grants subventions to
her colonial mail service.
"Spain does likewise poor old
Spain pays moie attention to the up
building of her shipping than does
gieat and llch America. v
"And' Russia, financially pressed
nation' that she Is, has turned from
war to the peace of the seas, be
stowing encouragement through sub
sidy for her merchant marine.
"Denmark gives modest mall sub
sidies, and In addition lends govern
ment moneis to her few lines, In
cludlnga West Indian service.
"Sweden gives subsidies, lends
Bhlp builders monoy nnd pays liberal
Japan System Simple.
"Norway gives direct bounties,
grants mall subsidies aud competes
with die.it tlrltnln because ot Buch
s)8tem, for tinde of northern Eu
rope. "Japan has a comparatively sim
ple b j stem of governmental aid to
ship owners and shipbuilding yards,
subsidies to mall lines, bounties
upon navigation. Japan Is now
third In greatness upon the high
Hens, (Irent Drltaln being first and
Gornuiny Becontl. Long ago Japan
otitstilpped America. Ot late her
shipping inteiests havo Incicuscd at
a f.istei into than those ot nny other
"China seems to possess tho atti
tude of the UnttedeStates. Silo has
done nothing, promises notlflng In
mo way of aid to her shipyards or
Objects to Declaration That Onr
Fleet Is Only a Big Bluff
Thinks We Could Easily Bay
Supply Ships Needed.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7. Defend
ing with characteristic vigor tha
American navy, Admlrnl Dewey to
day asserted that not only Is our
nnvy not a "bluff," but thnt he Is
confident) that It .would give a good
account, of itself should war ever
The Admiral's remarks were call
ed forth by a statement attributed
to Former Representative Landls ot
Indiana, who. In a recent speech at
Cincinnati, Ohio, on advocating ship
subsidies, Is reported to havo said
that "tlioso Americans who are In
formed considered our navy a bluff."
Declaring thnt he snw no war
clouds gathering on the horizon, Ad
mlrnl Dewey discussed several phas
es of the navy. Ho expressed him
Belt ns heartily In favor ot ship sub
sidy legislation and made a strong
plea for tho continued upbuilding
of the nnvy. Referring to the ro
mary attributed to Landls, Admlrnl
Dewey said of course what Mr, Lan
dls meant was that the navy would
bo comparatively useless In time ot
war without necessary auxiliaries
drawn from the merchnnt marine.
"He," continued Admiral Dewey,
"wants a subsidy for our ships ot
commerce, and so do I."
Tho Admiral expressed tho belief
that ship Bubsldy legislation could
be secured were It not for the use
ot the word "subsidy," which, he
snld, many people did not like be
cause they thought it meant to glvo
something for nothing.
"Hut the Amerlcnn navy Is not
quite so helpless as one might Im
agine from Mr. Landls' remarks,"
said the Admiral. "We have fifteen
colliers and several transports al
ready in the service. Of course,
these would not be enough In case
of war, and I hopo thnt wo will con
tlnuo to ndd to thnt number. If
we were to have a war we could
purchase as many ships as we might
need. Wo did so In the Spanish
war. It would,, ot course, bo a great
deal better If we had them already."
The Admiral declared that the
United States needed a merchant ma
rine not only for tho value It might
possess as furnishing auxiliaries to
the navy, iiut to carry the American
flag to tho markets of tho world.
"Rut," ho said, "there will be no
war. And so long as we go ahead
steadily and moderately tn adding to
our navy, replacing the older ships
with the most modern type, thus
keeping our navy abreast of the
world, no ono will ever bo able to
say, like Mr. Landls, that other na
tions do not regard tho American
WW IttMBMXI 0
aim n m m
ill Wl 1
Teeth preserved to middle age
are pretty sure to last out one's life
time. The greatest known pre
servative of the teeth and purifier .
of the mouth is Sozodont Liquid.
It penetrates the minutest crevices
of the teeth destroying the deadly
mouth acids. Its antiseptic effect
in the mouth is most lasting.)
Benson, Smith & Co , Agents
CHEER UP! YOUR CHILD
IS NOT A WEE SAVAGE.
Go to tho Opera Himibo tonight and
see the best compii of vaudeville ait
lets over seen in Honolulu. Armstiong
lint! Verno are cluver, Armstiong ox.
cepllounlly so as :i Dinger und dancer,
while his ability as a comedian Is note
wnrth, -Miss Vorno plays opjioslto to
Aimstioiig and helps bis tremendous
ly whenotcr they uppeur together.
Vorno nnd Vurno uro good in nil things
nnd usK'clall so In Uielr clog dune
lug ns u team Hut In this pnitlcul.u
btunt Armstiong oxcela. Ills foot ma
nipulations me almokt marvelous und
tho vxlbtenro of springs In his Joints
has been suspected. Ills good volco
Is not hoaul often enough. Indeed bo
Is not oil the stairtt nttltn n mmh ns
the audience would like to havo liltn, her Milpptng, Chinese" ocean trndo I
not worthy of nttentlon. Japan has
wrested that Interest from her,"
but that complaint was common on
Iho piogram will bo changed In Its
cnllioty tonight nnd thtio Is more
jiltnsuro in storo foi Hut pioplu who
go than Is their lot nt it theater hcio
Thcio will bo a matlneo for lulles and
chlldicu on Siturd.iy when nn cullro
(liaiigo In thu bill will bo m.nlo roi
the occasion, Tho farewell wl'l bo on
y.itnnlay nUht when a monad r hill
will bo nffcicd. Heats fin all peifoini-l UIhuk books ot all sorts,
am oh nro nn snlo ut tho Ileigstrom tc, manufacture.! by the
Music Stoie, ' Publishing Company.
Three Die In Wreck. Ilutto, Mont,,
Oct. 8 Three trainmen, pll living al
Livingston. Mont,, woro killed In a
wirck on tho Red Lodgo branch of the
Noithem Pacific mill Md hint night
when an extra freight "sldo swlpod" a
K'gular bildgo train
CHICAGO, Sept. 28. Parents
should cheer up. Their young hope
ful Is not a little savage. At least
this Is the inference after reading
what Prof. William I. Thomas ot
the Unlveislty ot Chicago says In a
discussion of means ot Interpreting
savage society In the current num
ber ot tho American Journal of Soci
ology Issued today.
The Ideas ot educators regarding
the similarity ot the child mind
and that of the savago Prof. Thomas
attacks without reservation.
It has been the custom ot the
schools of Chicago and clsewhero to
lmVo children study tho most primi
tive methods of making things and
to manufacture fish nets and other
Implemonts ot savago life under tho
Impression that th'elr minds wore
better adapted to this woik than to
construction of more civilized arti
cles. According to Prof. Thomas
they would be better employed mak
ing electric dynamos or other arti
cles that can be used In tho twen
"We havo every reason to think,"
says Prof. Thomas In this connec
tion, "that the mind of the savage
and the mind ot the civilized nie
fundamentally alike. There aro or
ganic changes In the bra'n ot tho
glowing child, but these aro the
same In the children ot all races.
The savage Is not a modern child,
but one whoso consciousness Is not
Influenced by the copies set by civil
ization. And the nble child Is not a
savage, but one whoso mind Is not
et fully dominated by tho white
tvpe of culture. And, Incidentally!
thero nover was a more Inept com
parison than that of the child with
tho savage, for the savago Is a per
son ot definitely flxeil and specialized
alms nnd hublts, while tho child, ns
Pi of. Dewey has exprcssod It, Is
'primarily ono whoso calling Is
giowth,' and who is consequently
thuractoilzed by flexible and un
GRAND LACE DISPLAY
Over 50,000 pieces of LACE displayed on our tables.
A partial result of our Mr, Kerr's call on the agents
at the great lace makers is to be seen in our store these
days, when we are showing a grand assortment of entirely
new patterns in laces. The assortment is greater than
has ever been shown here on nny occasion. Note the prices:
PURE LINEN TORCHON
Width from 1 inch to 312
Price, 10c, 12VzC and 15c
per 'yard. ,
This is an excellent value,
Widths from one-half inch
to 4 inches.
Price, 30o per dozen yards
and ao per yard.
Gold, Pearl and Jet.
$2. $2.25, $2.50, $2.75, $3
and $3.25 yard.
Widths from 1 inch to 5
Price, per yard, 10c and
Price, 50c and 75c per
piece f lOo and 12VgC per
' HEAVY TRIMMINGS
Band, Insertion, Edging
and All-overs to match.
Prices, 10c to $5.50 yard.
NEW NECKWEAR, NEW SILK LACE SCARFS,
BEADED SILK SCARFS, NEW VEILS.
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
AMERICAN DUCHESS AND HER HUSBAND MAY BE RECONCILED.
k 4 T aTOHW "' a
S.1111 Yong Plug, nn ngod Mnllay nnd
ono of the wc.iltWest flshormen on the
Louisiana coast, hanged himself by
his feet from a treo near his homo on
Paralalia bay. Ho Is supposed to
havo been crazed by tho recent storm.
It was reported recently that tlia Duchess of Marlborough and hor
huBbnnd had made-up their differences with tho aid ot tho father of tho
Duchess, William K. VjMidoibtlt, Sr, Tho couple havo been separated
for three years,. Their joungor ton, Lord Ivoi Churchill, Is In dcllcuto
health, and It is believed that ho l sulteilng from lung trouble. His
condition may help to In lug about the leconclllntlon of his parents, both
of whom are devoted to tho lad. Hi Is In his eleventh veur. His elder
brother, the heir to tho dukedom, bearing tho courtesy tltlo of Marquis
of Dlandford, Is twelve venrs old. The wedding ot tho Duko ot Marl
borough and Miss CoubucIo Vundorhilt was tho feature of the social
season of New York In tho winter of 1605. The mother of tho Duchess
Is now the widowed Mrs. Oliver II. P. Ilelmont. She and Mr. Vauder
bllt were divorced, Ho has been ramairlcd since.
The best, quickest and cheapest
service by ,
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort St.
0pp. W. Q. Irwin & Co,
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