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IN . BUSINESS CIRCLES
Honolulu business houses nro keep
ing tip with u,0 times. They must In
theso days of rapid progiesB.
TIlO latOSt OVld'ollcn nf this la Il,n
announcement rondo this week by the
...-....,. ..ui cump.iny oi its intention
to open a ladles' department on the
first ot January. Somo people might
call tola catering for (ho trado of the
ladles. Others seo It as n necessity
of the times. Women aro taking n
noro actlvo hand In business. They
nro entitled to n special position and
particular attention. Rvcn'tlio woman
who knows all about business does
not always llko to rub elbows In the
crowd of men. And the many otherr
uho do not know all nbout buslnCBt
but want to, and ought to havo Intor
inntlon In order that they may use
their funds to tho best advantage, the
great majority of women In fact will
liall with tho doop'csl satisfaction a
department In tho local financial
world which they can regard as their
Hero as elsewhere financial Instltu
tlona find that they must think o
Homethlng besides tho mechanical In
tcrcflt 011 tho tnonn Tlmv mini mnli
tho methods of doing business as oasj
unil attractive ns possible.
That rrcsumably is why tho ladlci
lopartment Is to bo established b)
tho Bishop Trust company. It'ls mod
urn business,, modern convenience, on(
up to-datcness In nil things coriricclo
with the growing Honolulu.
General buslncrs tho past week ba
boon quiet. Tnt community appear,
to bo taking n rest, except that tin
dividends reported on tho Flock ex
change show that tho money Is coming
In nt tho regular rato.
In tho stock market, there has been
xery llttlo ehango. What are known
jib tho smaller stocks havo sticngthen
t-d noticeably. Mcllrjde that sold nl
2.87 tho first day of thu week, Bold
on tho.illoard Friday at l.fin. Thlt
stock Is helped materially by tho con
Humiliation of the exchango of landr
by which a thousand acres In th
renter of the plantation property I
converted Into fccrlmple land. The
vntor prospceth for the plantation arc;
nlso better.'' Ola'u has also recovered
from tho slump following Us tharr
Jiilvnnce. soiling on Friday nt 5.25.
Ilonoknn. has moved very llttlo anil
closes tho week with nineteen and a
fraction bid. Couslderablo Hutchln
Fern has sold nt 1G.25. Umong tin
higher priced stocks Oahirhas held llf
wn at 31.75. Wnlalua has finally
been hammered down to'tlU. but not
much In on tho market at that figure,
rionccr has slumnoil tn 177.K0 nmi tn
that reason Is a continuous sourco of
kiirprlso. A few shares of Hnwallan
Agrtciilttiral camo out nt 230 roprc
fccutlng an advanro of J30 n share
slnco tho last previous sale.
Tho list generally has been weak on
account of a largo number of selling
orders, tho cause of which cannot bo
figured out. Such transactions as aro
mnilo aro usually n ehango fiom ono
HPCiulty to another, biokcrs very sel
dom returning tho coin to tho sellers
nxcept In tho form of a ccrtlflcato for
nortiu other slock.
Homl sales havo been nt high figures
although not In great quantity. Call,
fmnla Itcflncrles sold nt 101. Olaa
und Hllo Railway 6'h Bold nt 100
which is a record figure. $1000 of
IMuncer G's hold at in., nbo n record
IJwu p'nnt'illon nnnounres n special
two per rent dividend piynblo Oct. 31.
This Is Ihe recand two per cent spec
lal iiilil this joar Tho Honolulu
Ilrovvory Is to lucroaso its regular dlv.
Mend to oni rer cent and probably
pay n special.
T. II. I'ctrlo makes an omcltl denial
of thu report Hint action has besn tak
en on tho Wnlalim dividend.
1'ilces for raw nigaia li.no held
vriy (Inn with n t toady iipwnrd Icnl
cney. i:-irjy In llio week tho prlco
advanced from 4 25 tp 4.275 and thnn
to 4 2.J3. Ilccta hnvo hell around lis
f lift 11 If nt I HI t I HH m linlun ....- .. 1 I 1 1
..... ........ ,., UU,H m,., b.,,,1 n,iKi
l)(i f)nnrlOft frnm atinnnlnfln TI.a
.. i T .7 .u- ' '"".""Uv'K.r'iirn ii viicinor corporation
nullotfn Ihla wco't published tho ' Pl.mil d'g up the -tieets and tho tol-
nHllllintk nf (hn linn .., 1 1... I .
osllmato of tho beot cioo madn bv
F. O, Llcht and It la closo to that of
former jears. but tho prlco of bcctB
iloeB not full bb many had anticipated.
Consumption has increased and do
splto tho estimates of experts all con
dltlona havo combined to hold tho
prlco up. Cuba is expecting a largo
crop next seaBon and for this reason
tho bpst crop for noxj year will bo
hold down. Tho averago of prices
next car how over ought to be good.
Ullo of tno most Ininnrtnnt InpMnnta
, , , ' .......iv. u,viuni.u nun uh mo nonaia
of tho.wcok hjB been tho arrival of forest rosorvo and was called by Sup
boimfligg over two hundred Russians, orlntcndent Campbell. A largo num
men aiiir((vomen nnd children, coming ber of thoso Interested camo down
to tho Islands under the ausplccB of
tho Tcrrltoilnl Hoaid of Immigration,
nnd In thu particular caro of A. L. O.
AtkliiBon. Theso hra the first Buro-
Denil lllimturnnta In nrrlvn ham na n
. ... . . ....
result or the movement started by tbo
,k ..cniniHiuiv. ..ir. iiiKuiBuu uiiuio
u very quick trip und If tho peoplo
turn out to bo as good citizens as
their outward appcaranco suggests, a
long Btcp has been made In solving
mntlV.nf llln (llfllptlltlAn ,if timllncr ll.lu
....... ...u muaumni u, nm.u.iB mii
nwnita mans country. Atkinson saya
the'o aro ten thoilcand mora about
i . T'
Harbin just llko these waiting to como
to tho Islands. Ho could have brought
n thousand as easily as three hundred
but ho wished to bo euro of tho first
lot, try (hom out, and (hen tho others
Word should, be received any day
of tho sailing of Oio Btcamer Swanloy
that Mr. Caninhpil hnu ntttiHnw..t ,.
bring n couplo of thousand IJuropcan
immigrants from Madeira
Of moBt frfr reaching Interest arid
importancoja tho action of the (lov
ernor calling an extra session of tho
Legislature hit November 2 to act on
recommendations for amendment of
tho Organic Act. flovernor Frear has
unquestionably taken tho rlcht mm
In Ibis matter, Tho responsibility Is
uu me i-cgisiature. ir the partlidn
division of 'the Senate Is such that no
decision can bo reached. It Is worth
the pried of an extra session for tho
peoplo to learn that they hnvo placed
In OfTltn fl lnt nf tttnt. u n An hI.1
realize their responsibility as public
servants. The land law amendment
Is tho prlnclnal matter tn tin .lonli
with nnd n cdnV of thn nmnnni.il
tmendment tdgether with tho state
Tient of tho Obvornor havo been pub
lished In the Ilu lie tin. The prob
abilities nro thnt tho session will fin
lull ub its work In record time. Pos
Ohio rtinegado llcpubllcans furnlth
ho only sourco of doubt raised by the
icsilmls'ta. Oelegaio Kuhlo will re
nnln It tho city until tho extn sos
ilon Is finished. Ho endorrcs tho
umcndmentB and tho movement.
flo crnor Frear this, wdok consurn
mated what will probably bo'lho last
largo land cxchan?n Imfnm iti i i.
amended. McDrjdo plantation secures
about a thousand acres of feo slmpio
lami in tno center of Its cane areas
and gives for It 1777.12 tint o.. i.
used for homestcadlng purposes.
In munlclnal' clrcirii''h n's &..'.!..
or failure to agree of tho city Super
visors wun tno Mutinl Tclephono
Company In brdcr that tho city wires
for nubile nurtmfinR ntnv lm t..,, t..in.
ground has been a source of Interest.
tno proposed agreement wbb voted
lown by nn otcrwhclnilne malnriiv
through crass Ignorance as charged
ny paid writers for tho telephone com
pany, and through a mlsundnnifnnriinir
as ewed by others. Supervisor AyJ
i "ns cimc in for a qicrfdna! attack;
mat 11ns dono him no harm imlltlcally
but has very llltlv rminrnii ih
chances of nn' agreement. With tho
community nt largo thcro Is a feeling
that tho tolcnhonn rn'rtinrrtHnn hm.1.1
carry tho city wires freo of charge. It
is ouvious Hint the Democrats realize
thlB fact and they nro thereroro strlv
In? to mako a political Issiio of tho
matter. Anynno who observed condl
tlons during tho recent Japancso Btrllto
closely, could (sco that even In a
great Industrial crlcls thero was n
deep set underground Bentlmont of an
tagonism for so called cornorntlnn
greed. If this sentiment once gets an
opportunity to gain on expression at
1110 imiiot ox thcro win bq somo sur
prises In Honoulu. and If It ran lm
avoided In tho telephone matter It will
bo to tho benefit of all coticcrnod. Tho
agieemcnt orlclmllv mii 'liorm-o itn
Siipervlrors rould Iiq chanted to somo
oxtcnt without hurting tho tclophone
COnilKinV and If l"n,l ln.lirmniit r.rn
TaMs. tho prnposil of tho merchants
that they bo given a hearing by both
tho .Siiiiii vlForti ami llio tclephono com
pany will bti accented, nn.t ihi. whni
nfr.llr will fio amicably settled, Instead
or being hiium.'.pi ihiouith with bluff
and b!uter tjiat will put nnnthor stumh
llt'S lilock in tho w.iy of carrjIrifTtho
mixt munlelpiil nlecllon In 11 manner
1 leasln-t to nrntilo clalmlnc tn hn fnr
rihiI gomtniiicnt Although Supervis
or Aylntl il-.i unt etprnri) hlmiclf
veri well the firt In tint If hn wero
I" go li"fiiic tin o rs'lorntu liiltv nn
tho tclephono nutter ho would ijn
elected hull In iliiwv Thin n.n.i 4,n
ii'i.gnUfln'? to form peoplo but It I
Ju't nlnut thn 'nnmi'inlty sltiptlon o:
r : ' : " " 't '
j.t n,nm tun nnmi'inlty sltintlnn o
ik. J 4. fc . . . . , .
pphnno iniiipnny uliould carry city
wirer, tor public, purposes without ex
icnso'to tho city.
important conlorcnccs havo been
held through tho week In the (Japftol
building. Ono hnd tn ,ln ivlih il K.
huliil harbor development and was hold
in mo liovernors omeo. Since the
Federal government has taken this
harbor Into consideration. It Is neces
sary for tho Territory tn ranch n A.
cisiun as to placing tho wharves.
ntimt. ,nnfARnn . .... ,L .
irom Konala but no conclusion was
Tho transom Intlon ulliinilnn u ut lit
iiiisuiiuu iii nn mr us iiiu renei ot llio
congestion of passengors nnd freight
unsolved In so far as the relief of tho
coming tnu way Is conccrnod. Tho
Matsbn Navigation Company Bcetos
unlikely to movo any further until
the Wllholmlna Is on-tho route and
given a fair trial. The Oceanic people
. n..1.. .1.- ... . . '
peopio on tno oilier hand aro vary ser-
lously considering placing tho Sierra
on this run after converting her Into1
C-T 1 ,- I.', 1,.
1 I '-.I-.
fch fl!l hllfhAt 'ATI' IttAf nW lM
they see enough V then J to meet ox
Donffft. Tho 'frtmrnnv nttl tnVu
chances on the rtst. If the Slcrrn
could be put oii yllhln tho nbxt few
weeks, It with tho" Wllhelmlnh'comlng
oh In February would- go far toward
solving the great problem of t,he city
as regards passengers. Tho Alameda
want to San FrnrtcJo tllliC last trip
filled fiiI Willi canned pines.
'poal ctatV cdnllivhes gcrierftlly nc
the. Suburban Jots aru soiling well
and thn homp seakor cli'su In town
Is much in evidence.
McrcintlJe!buslncsB, llko other lines,
ban been rathor qul6t for llio week.
Rvcry Indlcatjon. points, however, to
.iiu iiuiiiiu,. iiuufi uniiiiiiiiK vuiy u.iri)
this ear and .being a lecdrd breaker
for quantity nnd quality.
The Y. M. C. A. has tiloto lhan undo
good on Its, original plan, for n build-
tnM fi.M.4 bkJ t.nfn.n ,tin 1. Illicit.. h.
ill,, i.ii.i. af.i vwwiu iiiu .iiiiiiiijii. H.'. 1
up. Its philanthropic friends will prdb-
rosy see 10 it uiai iiv,"uy is nrnuanie
In addition to tho ,$50000 start given
by the Into C. M. Cooke.
Oct. 15 F. J. McLoughHn, Alowa
Oct. 18 Hawaiian Territory, Ex
Oct. 18 Ah Lco'ng Darbcr Shop.
King and Atakcn.
Oct. ,i9 Knrrahl, dwelling, Pen
Oct. 19 Mary J. Parker, dwell
ing Judd Street.
O 't. 20 Mrs. lioth, dwelling, 1134
O't. 20 Mlyake, Store, Fort
Oct. 21 Murata, Ilnrbcr Shop,
; ,Oct. 22 Manaho, dwelling, 05 Ay
Oct. 22 Mrs. J. M. Mggs. dwell
ing, Lunalllb Street.
Oct. 22 Cnpt. K. C. Miller, dwell
ing, College Street.
Oct 1 ftT.ntiMrf flurtttlf nir
- - M ! .()
Avenue, Kalntukl, '$2000.
Oct. 16 Mlayte ft Co., alteration
Oct. 10 Mlayio & Co., alteration
of store, $20.00. .
blacksmith shop, $460.00.
Oct. 13 V. Anlnl, Heretanla and
Maunakca St'rcel, store and lodging
house, $1500. ' ' f
feEAi TSl'Jjt jftAK3ACTibH3.
Inttfed for .Becoid 'Oct. 21,, 1909,
, irom tu:au a. in. to 4 p. m.
Margaret 8; Taylor and fisb.' to
flllihop Ti Co. "Ud.'. . . AddV'Chgo
S. Miihclona adv. IJinu dnabria...
. 1 itrfcmitnt
S. Mnh'clona ailv John Kalheloa..
Francisco Marques to De'hlzld do
...v..u . . .. . , Ivvl
J. R. Horhbcrgor. Tr. to Iruhcls-'
co Do Costa . D
P. Sllva to John p. Co'rrcii M
E. II. Wo'dAhuuse. Tr nml urf. tn
Cecil Ilrown, Tr M
A. M TaviiiMnn tn VUnw OI.. .r
... ... ..jv,uN. ... uil, OIIIK..iU
David Kahananui to J. Alfred
Magoon. Tr n
II. F. Holllnger to Johh N'nar and
, wlfo .'...i." ltel
Entered, for Eecord ,0ct. 22, 1909,
.from 9 .'tn, 16 10:&0 a. m.
Peter C. JJonc, jUd. to "J. H.
Schnack . .'; ....Itel
I.llltioknlanl to Joseph K. Aca Sr.
..,.........'.' Uo'v. P. A.
Clear, Lansing & Co. to Josophlno
King ......-.. D
Ooau Lansing & Co. to Mary J.
WTrster ..'..., , jy
Ooar. Lansing ife'Co. liy Trs. to
Mfll'V J -nialh t.
Thbriias J, Klngnhd wVro'loMiiry
siary, j. Forttcr nhd hsb. to Thohi
"as' .1. If InW .
E..H. W0ichnuij(C Tr. to'llVtlVjilV
ouHr M; uiu i t.
PEACE AND HABMONY.
if ,,i,i- ' i .. .
ivunia, nn aged Hawaiian mn
Wife doelam'lhak she can n m .;i
share ht.V.H.n . iA "s. . ."
hi. i,r.,ni,i i lu," "'
his threntenihg language, was given'
a looturo upon the prlmo necessity or
Mima! prqe nnd Harmony nt po
lleo coin t' this morning. The court
suspended sentence upon Kuhla upon
his promise to'malntaln a bridle to
bis tongue and fordver refrain from
making threats df severing certain
portions of Ills faithful spouse's
nnatomy with. a butcher knife. Ku
hla promised to'slfi' no ' more ana
went his way rejoicing.
A LAHQE CABIN pitfiepgfei' list and
s"i iraveicrs on accicarrlved'at Hono
iuii this 'mornlne rrnm ir-.,,ili .'..
Maul ports by.the steamer Mauria Kea
The Vessel brings a vailed assortment
Of freight for this hoi! li..R,nn. n
sacks of corn, U crntcs of vegetdblos.
iivr 111 iaro, id crateB or celery, 50
cords of wood, 57 crates of cabbage,
nnd 225 packages of sundries. Tho
VCBtel was irlvnn a irnimki ,mi.
and made reaily fur tnklng on a huni
(Irod or niore'fltiHslah Imnliirnni. ,
tro destined for Hawaii Bnd Mdul plann
' . i
Pimsnn Fititti.ie nr ti.. it
Mnuna I.oa repnrta 100 sacks of Mono,
I pu and 1222 Pdnaluu sugar awaiting
fhlrment on Hawaii
IIONOLOLC, T. SATUHDAV,
BEST SYSTEM "
OF 'PANK CONTROL
Dnnltcrs and their tustonicrs nll,c icrmlnlng when losses have occurred,
arc deeply Interested In thls sub- jjnder the tonus t.f the net no obll-
Joct. For somo yenrs past this In- gallon due a -bank enn bo consldcr-
terest hns mnnlfested Itself In n Pj nd until1 fptelcst Is past due clx
glowing demand that bahk' super- months, nnd pot then If It Is scctir-
v-lslon should be us thorough" nnd c,i or m process of collection. Such
bank examinations ns efficient ns'lt n narrow definition of n bad debt
is possible tu make them. In res- Cnn only eiubarinia him and IiIb ex-
ponso to Ibis demand there has been nmlners In arriving nt a correct ron-
ii steady development ot mothod nnd elusion ns to the Impairment of a
a widening of scopo in government bank's capital. Under his power to
examinations both nntlonal nnd appoint n receiver he Is given the
state; the clearing house associations lmwer to decide when n bank is In-
of somo of our Inrge cities have or- solvent. He Is again hampered hero
gnnlzcd examination burcnus; and by u,0 federal courts' definition of
prlvato audits moro general nnd Insolvency, which Is "Inability to
more frequent use. Theso develop- pay current debts art they mature."
monts havo greatly enhanced tho cm- and he could bo enjoined In tho dls-
clcncy of bank examinations. trlct court for any abusive exercise
So niftfllpil hnv. tinAn !,, .1a. . l.i .n.. t
velopmcnts and Improvements that
theie seems now somd danger that
tho limitations of banfc supervision
by examination will bo overlooked
nnd that too much 'reliance will bo
placed In the omcacy'or external su
pervision. Tho pi:Mlc niusi tint be
ueiiiucu into tho belief that omclrtl
examinations will relieve thorn bt
tho fundamental ciuij of cxercislnB
their nwn i1tBrfimltiitin I, t. -
--- -- -'viiiiiimhiiwii in llU v -----..... ...v iviiiumo til s I iPf
lection of h bank. Tho entire cre-,,cnt Taft n thli subject nt Scattlo
dlt system bn which tho business ot uoro tho largest audience ho linn
tho country Is built up having Its ,nc,,(1 "ll,ce nl' trip began. It Is satis
very basis In tho exercise of such fnc,orl' 1 know that bin remarks were
discrimination, any delusion which i recc'VC1' w"n RroMl applause, though
proposes to relievo the public of It ,n' waB on'v "hat was to be expected
would, morally and economically be ?' " P;,olflc co:l!,t !" After present
most Injurious, tending to careless- lnB "" ilrS""le"t l 'r ot subsldlz
ncsa and general 'demoralization n''K an ateamers Umllar to that of
business affairs as well as to a low-!?' Marvl.n- tho President said: "For
erlng of the standard of bu.in., .' n,R rca',.0!, " Mvma l0 nl tllnt ll'cr
gaclty nnd social ofnclcncy.
. ' I
the ,art of ZZta. !! " -sage of . bill
eminent , ntii- .n..," , '
w." hosuH0 " 11 V n..rg'd
nmlnattons for failures when they
occur. This tendency nf nnlitii. nn.
Inlon I regard as unfortunate, un-
icnaoie, ami unjust. Jn considering
these questions let mo mil mm. .
tentlon to three klndaof bank super
vision: First. liy tho government In the
Interest of the pubtlo
Second. Hy the olearlng house
commlttco In the Interest cif nsso
Third. Ily the directors In tho In
terest of their stockholders nnd 'de
As stato supervlsloa' Is modeled
after that of tho national govern
ment nnd serves the'unmn uurnme.
wo mny conl.no our Consideration ot
government supervision to thnt au
thorized by tho nntlonnl hunt- net
nnd conducted by tho comptroller or
Tho authority of ther comntroilar
of tho cuncnev Is rllrnuru xtntn.
lory, which places limitations on his
jurisHicuon nnd icstrlcts It to such
powers ns nro conferred upon him
by tho nntlonnl bank act. Tbo povv
erB thus conferred upon htm, briefly
stated, nio as follovs: ,
In connection with bank organi
zation ho la cnippwercd,
1. To require .'a copy of tho arti
cles of nssoclntloh.
2. To approve each bank's namo
nnd Its organization cortlllcato. .
.1. To authorize banks to begin
I. To certify pavmcut o'f stnfjk.
fl. To compel oalhs of directum.
And during bank operation
1. To approve or disapprove III
crcaio or ilecicnio of capital stock. I
2. Tn icqtiiro reports fiuin linnkM
and in flna'thcm for roruinl.
,3. To iloslgnato or uppinvn nddl
llonal icfirye iltlos and additional
central rosorvo titles.
1. To appoint n receiver,
n. When nvbnnk liai refused to
redeem Its cticulnllng nptos, or
I). When it Ah:i!l hit rllli.nl n.,1 1,11,1
Ilu rrandilK'n ilechrcil torfellcil tu
vmen a crennor niitnins n
u., a .. .- ... ... . .
"I" "" 'V? """ .,l w,,,cn rcn,a'n"
u...a,.B,,cu imriy uajs, ot; . ,
" When he shnll be ratlsfled ot
i, ngouencr. or
c. Whch lis legal reserve Is thort
and It mils io make It good within
thjrty dnys, or
f. When Its capital is Inlpalrcd
nnd It falls to pay it up after three f
fi; To appoint examiners who
shall examine info all (ho nffnliB or
tho bailk, examine offlccrn and agents
and mako .ueir, reports to him'.'
The act gives him inquisitorial "
power ns to amount ot assets, but
only Inforentlally as to character ot
asscU, lie Is required fo "examine
Into all tho nfrnlri, nf th hnnlt" nnri ''
1". Blvon dlscrotldnary power to" de
cide when an Impairment of capital
takes placo and to tal.o summary
action thereon. In order to do so
ho must, of course. Investigate and
tinaa lllintl tl.n lnln nf l.a ,lBan,'n, it
r-,.. .,.... t.(u ..iiiiu ui ,nv nnnvin. .
Is not genorally speaking his f'tjnc-
linn in .IwavI ,.l l...l. . .... . !.
,.ui, ,u c:Ai:iCIBt3 IIIB JUUHieill .IS IU
current credits Bp long us they nro
within legal limits as to amount,,
Tho oxerclse of such Judgment would
neither bo desirable nor nractlcable.
That responsibility rests on the
hank's o (11 cor a nnd directors. The
comptroller bpoiih to be unuccossarllv
hampered by legal restriction In de
TAFT M MAGAZINES
ON SHIP SUBSIDY
.tut: APpnuiANci: in tho Athntic
Monthly for October of tho article In
fa,or df rIP Biibaldlea, la Impplly
rnlnrlitnt with ti fnmntB . n--t
, ,VP """J00' "l Congress can
linMr lint ft In tla ntlntiH.in I.. II... Mn..
wnicn snail enrourago our merchant
" ' .-" -r rs to esfib....,
American lines directly between Now
York nml other Eastern ports and
South Amcrlcin portB, and between
our Pacific coart rorts and tho Orient
nnd the Philippines. From my obser
vations I think the country Is ready
now to try such a law and to witness
Its effects upon the foreign trade of
tho United States, ir It Is Bucccssriil.
cxporlonco will show how tho policy
can best bo expanded nnd enlarged,
nnd tho American commercial flag bo
mnde to wave upon the kcib ns It did
before our Civil Wnr. It In truo that
our foreign tiado Is great and Increas
ing without tho 'merchant marine. Ilut
ai merchant mirlno would much en
hance tho opportunities for extending
Irale."' Mr, Tnff further oald: "Wero
wp compelled to go Into n w'nr today
our morchant marine licks altogether
& sufficient tonnago of auxiliary un
armed shins ahnohitolv nereKniirv In
llio proper operation or tho Navy, nnl
nero war in comu on wo Eiiouni linvo
to mirchaco such vefinels from fnrpltrn
countries, nnd this might under thu
Inns governing ncutrnla, bo most dim
cult." NO EVIDEH0E AGAINST CHINESE
Ktght Chinese gentlemen who
were surnrlscJ last evcnliic wliilo
engaged In a close consideration or
wllut liblienreil RltsnlrlniiRtv llltn n
gnmbllitg giimo wcie round not guil
ty ot participating in a game or
chance bv .ludirn Andrmln nl imtlrn
court Ibis morning. At the renlicst
rt Ansl3tnnt I'rnsecutliii: Atliuncy
llrowu thu Chlnern weio ri'le.isil. ns
It wai rhow-n thnt tlin nroscrnllnn
had Insuniclent evldcnco to convict.
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tt Lil 1 Lilin
A Suceessrul Book. I excavated In ono year on tho canal
No book that has been placed bcfnro would cover completely tn a depth or
llio readers or Hawaii for jcarB bus Iwelvo Inches that part nr Manhattan
met with n warmer icccptlnn thani'lilnnd extending rroni tho North tu
"Tho Knrcst nmplie." Its strango tale, "i" Hlver and baunded by Kirtj
(r mountain lire, btrcnilous fights nt I ninth Btrtct nnd tho llnltcry, leaving
tho gnvernipcnl's special men with, over enough to form a blanket flVo
luwlesn charnc'terB, nnd u pretty rum- feet thick over the cntlio area of Ccn
nnco running with It, nro 'nil Unl Park, The concrete mej In tho
fnsclnatln. Very llttlo has been three giant lock systems Oatim,
said as to tho loc;l coloring In I'cdrn .Miguel and l.t lloc.i n 011 d
the Ixiok. As a matter of fact tho'bnlld 22,8 hnutcB each or two
last chapter ends the story tn Honnj
lulu, nnd tho description or tho land
lug or Ihe steamship Siberia tho Ha
waiian Bwlmnilng boys, nnd 1-el bcl
era nro very natural. With tho knowl
edge that Kllcno Ilnlcy Thiijer has
collaborated with her hiisban I In
writing "The Purest Kmplro" many
readers havo been trjlng to llguro out
which chapters weie written by hor.
Tho authors retuBo to tell, and Ihe
Outlook In revluwlng thn book says the
tticccBH In weaving tho story together
hat been ns well dono as any Joint
story written by Agnes mid Edgerton
Cnstlo. Tho Bale In Honolulu Ins run
way over tho .100 mark In less thnn
a week, und tho demand is ntlll largo
fur tho book,
Panama Making Bosks.
Material for Imoks In belnj; diu up
fist with thu rhovclii that arc flying
In ramtmn, and the latitat nullinr to
luko ndvunt'ig'j of tho ncllvltfea theru
Is Hugh C. Weir who, In his "fn'i
quest of Ihe Islhmiii," Just pu'illi-lie I
by rutuian irlla nf tho il illy life nf
ilui army nf forty Itmtmn I men which
Uncle Mam Is m.ilnt-ilulng In the lie irt
nf tho, IMii-uni Jiiuslo, and which ho
culla "tho iiiiifit iiuIimio nmi nf p-'iec
or war Hint Ins ever flown tho Amcr
lean flag." Hun lie Is nr llicui men
have their wlvea nnd children with
them, What klml nr rroutlcr clvllli
tlnn do they llnd thcn luivv do they
Eliiiiro Ihcimelvcs mo innia nt tlm
nucntloiiH which tho author nnwer
weaving Into tho desc-lptlnn rnmo'n tninhueiB of rlne-.v en I energy of
IhltlfT flf llln rnnnnp,, t thn Vnnn'a .i.Im.1 1. ...n,.l.l 1... .,,r-l ..i' . .i .
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TF "SOU ARE look'rp ftr a life where there js no hard
work in the kitchen, use
It Ib the best soap made, and it does away with kitch
Oct it from your grocer. If he does not keep it send
his name to
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stories nnd a basement, or enough to
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nf a street from the Quaker C'llyltu
the national capital.
The uiitlmr nt ''Truth Dc-xtcr," Ih
her new novel, "lied Il.irso III.I." re
turns to men nn 1 women ot tho North
.nnd South Marls AMcn had been
married In her girlhood tu n nun who
derertcd her and tuok nwny her child. '
Learning tint ho Is del 1, rlic mnrrlqd '
Dwlght Aldeu Ihe rcpresentntlvo nf '
a New York firm, or which lm wiu '
Iho Junior pirlncr. .Mirls lias caich
eil In vain rnr several ye.iri to Mud
her llttlo girl, I'elkl.i, nnd had given
up all hope, vhen here rho dlscovera '
Iho llttlo nno .tb a wo'kdr In Mr.1'
Alliens mill, lb" Inol; In frmi llio
I"sh nr Llttlo Drown an! Ccaipin;-. '
i "Tbeio Flic IJInwh" Il t'i rtllv tlili
of :i vlial'ng y ini ly Jvn-i c'n-ip'jp '1
I WIipuIc wIki illriin nil 'rfJ'lollVt
nf Mb 'llonrv sUI- In r-ivtiii l-i th-i'
'luifnii' Hint ho did not aim at excel.
, 1ep.ro rf v.-rl(':vj b it w-it rn t'lkrh
irCFs!rm nf I l rfirv itt p.
could urn hr!u ib hilt;; It nr; It Is
inbllrhel by 1: v,n., .,., !,,
Mli- New Yo"- -ui,) tin n lilin
trillnni, Heiri-tll-v; thr. p-isyni; nf
(lm vli-illni; era sir Wheeler biyn:
'I iiia'ul-ilii tint Hi., moil who h ,11 (
nut of f?(n Iieilf-u , Niiilu"kt nut
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