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I.VI.NINO IIUM.t.TIN, HONOLULU. T. It, TUESDAY, OCT. 20, 1809.
Special Clearance Sale
See our window, You will find what you want.
BAROAINS FOR BUYERS.
75 dos. MEN'S G OLr SHIRTS Regular Price, 50c
ci.d 75e. To Close 0 At. 35c each, 3 for $1.00.
1 lot MEN'S GOLF SHIRTS Regular Price, $1.00
and $1 25. To Close Out, 75e each.
1 lot BALBIUGAtf UNDERSHIRTS Regular Price,
50c. To Close Out. 35c caoh, 3 for $1 00.
1 lot WHITE DRILL ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS
Regular Price, 50c. To Close Out, 35c each, 3 for $1.00.
Bid OFFER OF GENUINE PANAMA HATS.
Regular $0 00 & $0 75 ... To close at $3 50 & $4 50
CO new styles fancv GINGHAMS, in plaids, stripes
a.id plain Regular 10c. To close at 15 yds for $1.00
A. F. C. and RED SEAL GINGHAMS
Regular 12Vic To close at Oo
SHIRTING PRINTS New Patterns, big variety ....
To close at 4V2c a yd
AIIOSKEAG FLANNELETTES, Plain and Fancy. .
To close at Oc a yd
Wc have also reduced all other goods in our Gents'
and Ladies' Furnishing Goods and Shoe Departments in
correspondingly low prices.
GIVE US A CALL if jou are in for economy.
Yee Chan & Co.,
Corner K ing and Bethel Streets.
If It Isn't an Eastman
It Isn't a Kodak
THRIlli is only one "Kodak," and it
Is made by the EASTMAN
KODAK. CO. We carry a complete
line of all sizes and we sell them at the
same prices they are sold for throughout
the United States.
We carry also a complete line or
KODAK FILMS easily identified by
the "N.C." on the box and "Kodak" on
the spool end.
All goods guaranteed. Money back
Honolulu PhotoSupply Co.
Fort St., near Hotel.
TO RELIEVE FAT MAN
Studying Effect of Weather on Him
Humidity Is His Greatest
Enemy Compared With Steam
WASHINGTON', Sept. 25 In
Its conntnnt cmlo.-nor to in iko ov
er) hod) hupp) niiil prospcious, the
unltiil States pnernment inn tiiuen
up tho question of tlio Inllucnce of
the weather on human ticinns, cs
piclall) on fat men. An nbutnliinco
of nub-cutaneous fat, It has been ills
lovereil by the meteorological sharps
In the Department of Agriculture,
louir metabolism, by' preeiitlng a I
relnthely less body surface for heat I
ll!tlpntltm, and bj protecting
ngilnst rndlatlon-conductlon and
ewiporntlun, At higher tempera
tures, with humid air, heat loss Is
to much Interfered with In fat per
sons ns to causo them to sutler
more distress under these clrcum
stanres than slender subjects.
Heat dissipation, the government
cxpeits ml mil, Is far less icsponslblc
than the ordlnnr) form of alcoholic
dissipation. The lesson to bo learn
ed from tills most erudite Inquiry on
the part of Uncle Sam Is nlso quite
clt.ii, llz, fat men should elmgrato
to the Polar regions, where there Is
scnriel) any humidity, much less
hint. Some occupation up there In
the fiozen fields of the north will
doubtless be Indicated In future
.studies by tho government experts.
' Meantime, It Is suggested, they
might clear an ay tho Ice at the
I'olo and organize a baseball club.
Water polo, too, would be line.
The ntmosphcrlc conditions that
(specl.ill) affect tho escape of heat
fiom the "lioily. fcnjs Dr. John Hen
jnniln Nichols, are temperature, hu
mdlt )nnwlnd. When the tempera
ture of the all and tho body are tho
same the body cannot radiate heat,
and the only relief Is by evaporation
nlr currents. The oxldntion of
the bod) lncrcaf.es as tho tempera
ture iif tho air Increases, and prac
tically stops at S3 degrees centi
grade. I'.icli germ of pcrsfdratlon
I takes awn) 59-100 calory of heat
irom (lie nod).
The steam engine puts 15 per
cent of fuel encig) Into engine pow
er. Tho human body may do a 111-
(tlo better. Its nvcrago or body ener
gy derived from food energy vary
ing from 13 to 20 ptr cent.
Most of tho heat or energy of the
nvcnigc resting man Is given oft In
tho shape of radiation, 70. 7 per
cent. Practically all of the rest,
22 1-2 per cent., Is dissipated in per
spiration. In the case of tho work
Ingmnn, 74 per cent of the heat or
encrg) ho gives off Is by radiation
and conduction, 15 per cent Is by
perspiration and 10 per cent nnd a
fraction goes Into external muscu
lar woih. Unless the atmospheric
conditions are bucIi that a man can
glvo off his surplus of heat and cn-
cigy he cannot woiU or even move,
and tho accumulation of tho heat
land energy would soon Mil him.
'Tho dangei and discomfort of hu
I mldlty lie In tho fact that thoy tend
I to stop perspiration.
I When tho nlr Is completely sat
urated with moisture n man can
not peisplre at all. Winds and even
l,iiiiei(cptible air currentH grqatly
increase tho nblllty of tho body to
glvo off heat. A combination of
heat nnd hunildlt) causes sunstroke.
Though Di. Nichols does not sug
Igcst It, ballooning is considered by
jtho government bhnrps as an Ideal
way to cool off a fat man. If he has
not tho price, ho can go up and sail
t mound under somebody else's gas
i ung. aimng mi the cow catcher of
'a locomotive Is u most excellent
moilo of reducing the body tempera'
jtuio below tho danger point, piovld
cd tho locomotive Is In rapid mo-
tlun. Automnblllng, too. Is not to
I bo sneezed at, desplto tho drought
caused b) tho machlno's swift pio
greis. The aeioplano com so of
ti eminent Is onl) foi bcasoncd experts.
for Infants and Children..
The Effects of Opiates.
THAT INFANTS are peculiarly susceptible to opium and its various prep
arations, all ot which are narcotic, Is well known. Even In the smallest
doses, If continued, these opiates cau-o changes In the functions and growth of
the cells, which aro likely to become permanent, causing imbecility, msntal
perversion, a craving for alcohol or narcotics In later life. Nervous diseases, such
M intractable nervous dyspepsia and lack of staying powers, are a result of dosing
with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiot In their Infancy. The rule among
physicians Is that children should never receive opiates In tho smallest doses for
more than a day at a time, and only then if unavoidable.
The administration ot Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and othsr
narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot be too strongly decried, and
the druggist should not be a party to It, Children who are 111 need the attention
of a physician, and It Is nothing less than a crime to dcto them willfully with nar
cotks. Castoriaoontainsno narcotics if it bears the signature of Chas.n. Fletcher.
TMe jdy. S? f -fg-"""' goafantccs genulao
Igaatare of A&x72ucJlUC Cast.rla
Physicians Recommend Castorla.
Ton! cnparaUos kt6-n u CutorU I haw wA I " I birt tUMcrlbtS roar Ctalorls la man
tor ar In ctilldrat'a complalnla and 1 hata found
nothliif bettor." Joss J. Lam, M. D ,
. Clmltod, Ohio.
1 For strata! jttn I mommemdx! J00' 'CutorU'
and ahall always touting to do to, u li hu Inn.
rUbl prodactd beneficial mnllt."
Xswia T. Passu, M. I) , New Totk City,
Toar Caatorls Is s meritorious boatthold
noMdx. It Is puralj TffRtaMt nnd ncu mild
cathartic Abo, nil. It dot. no ta.rm, which !
more thin oas bo stU of th great tasjorilj cf ehU.
Vroton H. Oorm.s, U. D., Otuhl, Mob
tUMcrlbtd nor Ctatorls la mnnv euro
and havo nlwiyi fonnd II an cfflcltnt and rpof d
ibmO;." a. F. rsitn, M. D., St Lonln, Mo.
" I btra nnd yoor CutorU In my own honuhold
with good rt -oltf, and haro adla4 MTtral patlenta
to dm It for lu intld, laiatln tStet and fntdota
from harm." lEowaao Fasuuas, V. D ,
Brooklyn, It. T.
"TonrCulorla holda tho talorra of On medical
profcnlon In a manntr hald by no other proprlatarr
prrparallon. It U a aara and raUahla modlclM for
InfanU and chl dren. la fact It la tha onlnml
hooKhotd remrdjr for Infantile allmonta.
J. A. Faaua, If . D., Kanau City, Mo.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
' In Use For Over 30 Years.
'1' 'JIB ML.ll '
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc, manufactured by the Dulletln
Pti llbln Pomnnr
lMltor Evening II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
Now, that rcorgaiiliatlou of tho Re
publican Part) Is being agitated lu
Honolulu, l would suggest that tho
movement he not only that ot reor
ganization but ot centralization, nnd
consideration of the feelings ot our
The Ilcpubll an Party has for Its
backbone tho uten of the Hawaiian
people but If ildlcule, sluis and In
sulta are continuously heaped upon
them, I cun cnrlly sec tho total de
feat of the I'arty at our coming elec
tion. Its up to tho Territorial Executive
Committee to see that harmony pre
Mills In the i.tnks ot the Republican
I'arty, and this, not onl) lu Hono
lulu, but also in the other coun
ties Hawaii espcclall).
In this count) tho Democrats
through n Republican publication
aro fast creating discord among tho
Republican SupcrWsors and the peo
ple nt large.
In most c'wry Issito of the llllo
Trlbuno all the Hauallans aro treat
ed to n lot of ridicule, etc , hut most
of it Is directed at out Hawaiian
The llllo Trlbuno Is owned nnd
controlled b) Mr. C. C. Kennedy nnd
other Republicans, nnd It's tho duty
of these gentlemon and of tho Re
publican Executlvo Committee, to
stop the Tribune from Its continuous
nagging at tho Hawaiian people.
It's n human .obligation to call a
man to oidor when ho has utrajed
from his path, but it's also a fore
gone conclusion Hint constant nag
ging will Invariably result in stirt
Of course, the editor of tho Trl
buno la a Democrat, and It's to his
benefit nnd that of tho Democratic
I'art) to i rente nil tho discord nos-
slhlo among tho Republican ranks,
but it's also to the interests of the
owiiwis of the Trlbuno nnd of tho
Republican Party to rcmoo all ob
stacles which In un) way try to Im
pede the steady pi ogress of tho par
ty. The Republican Party lu this
county has nocr been any too
ationg and so. reorganization, nnd
haid work by the Paity leaders, can
not he begun any too soon.
Hoping Hint decisive, steps will ho
taken to eradlcnto the harm dono by
tho llllo Tribune, allow mo to sub
set lbo in) self.
A GOOD RUPUHMCAN.
South llllo, Oct. !!lBt, 1909.
IILY LANGTRY WINS
FAME WITH STORY.
Actress' Book "All at Sea" Is Filled
With Wit and Clever Epigram,
LONDON, October 9. Lily Lang
try, now Lady de Rathe, has mado
a successful debut as a novelist. Her
first effort Is entitled "All at Sea."
It has just been published, is witty,
clever nnd bright, with a plot that
would make n good play.
The principal character, Lady Vcr
Inin, Is delightful, with a lino senso
of humor. SUn travels on tho snmo
boat with he? husband, but they
posa ns strangers, and hence tho
complications. Lord Verham Is pur
sued by a title hunting American
mother, who wishes him to marry
her daughter. Tho book Is.replcto
with aphorisms, of which the follow
ing aro examples:
"Poor Kit Is neurasthenic. That
means 'Immoral,' doesn't It?"
"I.ovo Is a scuff lo which mnrrlago
turns Into a bread and butter pud
ding." "Have )nu,cor noticed that every
parvenu's fnvorlto nmong tho old
masters Is Rubens? It must bo Ufa
cause tho Rubens women are nlvvnys
so fat they think they get moro for
"Delia Kemper mnrrled n (lerman
nnd left him In a week. Sho didn't
understand his language, und every
tlmo ho spoko she thought ho was
swearing at her,"
GRAND LACE DISPLAY
Over 60,000 pieces of LACE displayed on our tablet.
A partial result o f our Mr. Kerr's call on the agents
of the irreat lace makers isto 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 any occasion. Note the prices:
PURE LINEN TORCHON
Width from 1 inch to 3a
Price, 10c, 121ac ind 15o
This is an excellent value.
Widths from one-half inch
to 4 inches.
Price, SOo per dosen yards
ana oo per yarn.
Gold, Pearl and Tet.
19. .4.9 QIC tORH 9 7K 1
and ?3.23 yard '
Widths from 1 inch to S
Price, per yard, 10c and
Price, 60c and 7So per
piece; 10c and 12Vic per
Band, Insertion, Edging
and All-overs to match.
Prices, 10c to $5.60 yard.
NEW NECKWEAR, NEW SILK LACE SCARFS, NEW
BEADED SILK SCARFS, NEW VEILS.
. At r
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
t ALAKEA STREET.
Weekly Bulletin 81 Per Year
Sho crept up on his kneo nnd peep
ed ocr tho sporting page. "Jnck,"
she whispered confidentially, "If
m'll just let mo have 10 more to
buy that l'eautirul fall hut III tha
storo toda) I'll Just show )Ou how
economical I can bo."
"And what w,ill )ou do, dear?'
liHiulred hubby curiously.
"Wh), I'll tnko all the (lowers off
of my summer pench-bnsket hut and
ti 1 tn It with ribbons nnd )ou won't
hao to spend n cent for a now waste
basket. Won't that be a Baying?"
-- "III IjarrtN 'AOSi v -
1 1-4 acres at Kalihi Valley, with
five-room cottage. Free Water. Hen
Houses. Stables. 1,100 ft. Wire
netting fence. 300 Bananas, etc.
4 dot. Hens. Wh. Plymouth Rocks
and Wh, Leghorns. Good Hone and
Buggy. All for
Also 2.4 acres unimproved, adjoin
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St.
1129 Fort .
Fine Soils and Buns.
Boston Baked Beans.
Boston Brown Bread.
Best Home-Hade Bread in Town.
Ring up 107.
The best that's made.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Agents. Phone 22.
INSIST UPO NHAVINQ
White River Flour
IT IS BEST.
Lewis & Co., Ltd., and
Charles 3. Day sell it.
W. O. CHALMERS
General Contractor and Builder.
Free of Charge.
Room 11, Kapiolani Building.
Honolulu, T. H.
Fine -roods made by the Crescent
Feather Co. and priced so low that
you'll wonder how we can do it.
Come and see these goods.
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Alakea and King. J. S. Bailey.
J. H0PP & CO.
Furniture Co., Ltd.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Alakea St., Mauka Pacific Club.
Office HoursFrom 10 to 12; from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, 590. Residence, 14G0.
Levy's for Groceries
Bamboo Furniture Made to Ordtz.
"ictnit Framing a Specialty.
563 8. BEBETANIA.IT.
185 saltortal rooms 350 busi
ness office. Thtta ara ths tslsphont
ilimhari ( tH BulUtln nffle
Rich Green Lawns contribute more to Honolulu's beauty than any other one thing. But, the thing that makes the lawns a rich green is
10 Pounds -
FORCEGROWTH " . ond8
Hawaiian Fertilizer Co., Ltd.
Office, Brewer Building. Phone 27 2. factory at Iwilei.
E. O. Hall & Son, Litd.
Fort and King Streets, Honolulu.
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