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HONOLULU, T. It., TIIUR8DAY, NOV: 4, 1909.
for Infants and Chi I d r e n .
What is Castor ia?
G ASTORIA In a linrmlcs Riibstltntc fbr Castor OIF,
Paregoric, Drop mid Soothing: Syrup. It la
pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance (Narcotics stupefy). Its
ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allajs
Fcrcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic.
It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
nnd Flatulency.- It asslmllntcs the Food, regulates
the Stomach and Itowcla, giving healthy nnd natural
sleep. The Children's I nnucca The mother's
. IS 1111 CTSTT WTippcr
ilAf orRCinia 'i Ciuiloriu
" Mr I'tUcati IrmrUblj pratra tho action of jour
"During myrntdlr'. frucilra I knrm of rwrml
wtaroronrCutorUtoftirin'mrlNil nnd ntvj
nuhcoudnaulth' K.Munontn, M.."J.,
"Tonr Cutort li trrUlnljin.i crr-tot rem!;1
for chlMrvn 1 know of. t know do oih.r pro
pleUry jinptrallua Mch It Itr rqntl."
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for rlil drrn ftdi the or'y "n. ruo ai.J ruvvi.
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raw iif cltlltlrru for yctri p.t wnh nuit lupp
vvct, raid full endore It at a tufa rrmrdj.'
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Children Cry for Fletcher'! Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
DAVIS RESERVES PLEA OF QUILT
A week has been Riven fleorfie
Davis, wlio Is allORt'll to llSIVO llls
poscd nf liquor without a license, to
mnishnll his array of witnesses nnd
piepare Jils cne for trlnl before
.IiiiIro Amlriule. Upon motion ot
D.ivls' attorney, tbo court ptmtionci
tlm ptt'llmlnnry licnrliiK until next
I.ltcnso Inspcceor Kennell bus on
tercil chnrKt's against Davis, claim
ing that bo Is chief factotum of n
nourishing blind pic, which has ex
luted for Homo weuks past In n build
In near tho corner of Queen nnd
' IViiiiell and bis sleuths raided
the Davis apartments last evening
and surprised tho proprietor, his
friends nnd several Hawaiian belles
holding IiIrIi carnival with tho
strenuous assistance of a varied as
sortment of fermcted liquids.
renncll's keen nose detected the
pregpuro of beer and whisky, nnd
as several of those present were In
the employ of tho police tlpartiuent,
Davis was placed untltr arrest and
released upon a deposit of $100 cnsli
Order Vulcan In Service. Tho col.
Ilci" Vulcan has been ordered rlncccl
In service at the Norfolk, Vn., yard.
Tho vessel will bavo a merchant complement.
PLUMES LOCAL WORK
Tells Committee What
Good Work It Is
In his letter to tho Promotion" Com
mlltco this week tho Assistant Sccre
I may bavo mentioned It before, but
there is no barm In remarking again,
tbnt one of our greatest causes for
congratulation is tho Interest which
the public generally of tho Territory
Is showing in tho work of the Hawaii
Promotion Committee, and the spirit
of the co-operation which Is manifest
ed In some form almost every day. In
response to our circular Icttor and tho
newspaper notices asking business
men to distribute In their mainland
corresiiondcnco our little Information
leaflets, wo received ninny rcsltonBCH
from nil parts of the Territory from
poisons who expressed a most cor
dial willingness to help In this way.
1 nm encournged to believe that wo
would have equally cordial supjiort In
suggesting an envelope design of sonio
kind, such as was recently discussed.
Hy the next Atamcda we should re
ceive our first lot of 1910 Floral Pa
rade posters, together with a lot of
post cards and stickers bearing ttib
samo design. Tho public will bo
asked to help us dlstrlbulo the cards
nnd stickers. These, lntter aro about
the size of tho "Sunbeam" stamps
which have recently been illsti Hinted
about the city, and are Intended to !'.
used In tho samo way except that
they will not cost tho user anything.
Public and Private Heb.
We get very willingly a grcnt deal
of help from tho Territorial Commis
sioner of Public Lands, the Hawaii
Kxicrliucnt Station, nnd the Superin
tendent of Public Instruction, to whom
inquiries on special matters from a
great many different sources aro re
ferred by us. At tbo suggestion f
Mr A. W. Vnn Valkenbcrg, I have
also recently referred to him a num
ber of letters from persons who wish
to come to Hawaii and want work.
Mr. Van Valkenbcrg answered these
In nn exceedingly conservntlvo man
ner, at the same ttmo expressing his
conviction that Hawaii has a place
for a few of tho right kind ot Ameri
can farm "hands." and that tho condi
tions here aro better for tho out-of.
When You Buy At
T7"0U get value two fold for every dollar you spend
J- over the counter. We have made a careful
selection of the stock we offer.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
White Figured Madras 15c, 20c, 25o and 30c a yard
Small Check Nainsook 10c and 15c a yard
White Muslin 15c, 20c and 25c a yard
White Check Swiss 10c a yard
White Madras Shirtintr 20c a yard
Lily of the Valley Batiste. 40 inches wide 25c a yard
Wild Bos: Batiste, 40 inches wide 25c a yard
White Star Batiste, 40 inches wide . 20c a yard
Four-Leaf Clover Batiste. 40 inches wide ...'. 15o a yard
White Mercerized Pongee, all the latc.it shades 30c and 40c a 'yard
Men's All-Wool Suits from $6.75 to $12.75, all of latest style and custom made.
FROM 20c to 50c A PAIR UNUS
UAL VALUE IN BLACK AND
Ladies' superior quality Silk,
in blnck, lavender, pink, grey
and sky, at $1.15 a pair
Ladies' White Lisle Gauze, ,25c pair
Children's Extra Fine Cotton..
20c, 25c and 30c pair
Children's Extia Fine Lisle at
25c and 30c
HEAVY AND FINE RIBBED
Ladies' Panama Skirts, brown,
nnvy, grey $3,00
Ladies' Panama Skirts, in tan,
navy, black and brown. . . . 3.50
Ladies' Panama Black Skirts. 6.00
L?dies' Etoamine Black Skirts 6.25
Ladies' Voile Black Skirts... 7.50
Ladies' Albatross Black Skirts 8.00
Ladies' Panama Black Skirts. 9.00
Ladies' Etamine Black Skirts
$9.50 up to 12.50
$20.00 Ladies' Black Silk
Skirts for ..' 15.00
No. 7 10c yard
No. 9 12V.C yard
No. 12 15o yard
No. 80 30c, 35c yard
No. 200 45c yard .
6-inch 60c yard
7-inch 75c yard
White Lawn Trimming
. .$1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00
White Lawn, extra fine
. .$2.50. $3.00. $4.00. $5.00, $6.00
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
doors worker than In most places on
Algaroba Bean Success.
Tho Committee should feel some
Just pride In the success which has ap
parently been achieved In making n
commercial product of algaroba pods.
It will bo remembered tliut tho Hawaii
Promotion Committee lit tho' sugges
tion of Dr. Wilcox lit tho Hawaii Ex
periment Btatlon, flist urged tho Im
portance of algaroba meal ns a 'stock
food about a year ngo and took up
tho problem of finding a maclilno Hjat
will grind tho gummy lous anu crusn
tho hard, but nutritious seeds they con
tain. C. W. Ilenenr a local Inventor,
finally solved the problem with a very
rlmpto nnd satisfactory machine,
which he has now perfected. The first'
of theso largo machines will be put to
woik In a few days on the Hon. Paul
Isenbcrg's rancli at Walnlac.
Automobile and Hack Rates.
'I would call )uur attention to tho
fact that an ordinance Is obout to' bo
passed by tho Ward of Supervisors
regulating by law rates which may
bo charged by automobiles for hlro
anil revising tho present back rato
law. Inasmuch as UiIb Is a matter
which touches even tourist, and oil
which as much as nnythlng cltftj the
icputntlon of Honolulu among the
tourist class must rest, It would seem
that this body should uso all Its Infill
ence In seeing that n reasonable
schedule of rates Is enacted. A full
hearing should bo Insisted upon. This
Is a mntter which all largo cities glvo
much attention to, for the protection
of their citizens and visitors.
Wo have a marked copy of tho
Washburn College itcvlcw, of Topekn,
Kansas, announcing nn nddicss by tho
Itov. W. 1). Wcstcrvolt. on Hawaii,
which was1 given recently. This lec
ture was Illustrated by a large num
ber of lantern slliUs, nnd made a great'
Impression on a largo audience. Mr
Wcstervctt has spoken at a number
ot large gatherings recently.
Wo have n letter from Drig. Gen.
Frauk, Taylor, V S. A., rfllrcd, now of
Soattlo, asking for Information con
cerning Honolulu nnd stating that ho
and his wife nlll spend several
months here this winter,
B. C. Drown, of Tncoma, writes to
ray that ho saw our exhibit at tho A.
Y. P. exposition, and wants to mako
his homo "In Hawaii. Ho desires to
know cspodall) nbout the outlook for
rubber, the cost of lands, government
A prominent resident of San Diego.
whom I had thu pleasure, of meeting at
"Although we (himself nnd wife)
hnvo long wanted to visit tho Islands,
yet tho viSIt to your building at thu
A. Y. P., nnd meeting your people,
crystnllzod'my wish Into a positive de
termination." A great many resimnscs aro being
received now from' Chambers of Com
merce and other organizations uud In
dividuals, acknowledging tbo receipt
of copies of Secretary Wood's annual
report. Some of the letters aro very
highly complimentary, mid I feel tbnt
our Digitization Is making friends nil
over tho world, and that our activity
and our methods aro attracting wide
Wo bavo received 'n supply of guldo
books nnd pamphlets from tho Royal
Packet Company, of tho India Nether
lands, (Ilatnvla, Java) with a state
ment that they were sent by the ad
vlco of "Mr. Osgood, of Boston." They
will provo interesting to tourists plan
ning a visit to that interesting country.
Anlurlrati Consul Arnold, nt Amoy,
China, writes to acknowledge receipt
or Mr. wooils report, and tnkes occa
sion to suggest that wo call attention
of tho U. 8. Agricultural nxnerlmenl
Station to tho "Amoy numolo nnd tlm
South China lalchl both of which, ho
fays, are extremely delicious fruits
nnd should provo very desirable In
Hawaii U adapted to conditions bore.
SHOW IN JANUARY
At a meeting or tho Hawaiian
Poultry and Pigeon Association held
yesterday It was decided to hold tho
annual show on Jnn. 12, 13, nnd
14 of next year at tho N. Q. H. drill
Tho show promises to bo the boat
over held In Hawaii, and a largo
number of entries urn anticipated In
each class, A Wdl poultry oxpcri
will act as Judgo, and It will not bo
necessary to ask unyone from tho
coast to act In thut capacity.
The scopo of tho exhibition will
bo larger this year, ns tho Federal
Kxperlment Station will havo exhib
its, as will also the Forestry Depart
ment. Handsome qups will bo awarded
as trophies, and tho usual cash nriz-
l's will also be In nvldenco. Presl.
jdont Ilrown will call another moot
ing in tho near future, nnd further
details will be arranged ns to tho
opening of the entry IIbIs nnd other
It's lip To You
To say whether you will con
tinue to suffer from Stomach
and Bowel Ills or adopt the
successful plan of thousands
of others and take H0STET
TERS' STOMACH BITTERS.
Be wise today, for delay only
aggravates matters. This
well-known remedy is excel
lent for Poor Appetite, Sour
Risings, Dyspepsia, Indiges
tion. Costiveness and Malar
ial Fever. Oct
State University Body Elects. Cam.
brldgo. Mass The National Associa
tion of Stato Universities t Its meet
Imr ii' Harvard elected as president
llimvii ,ivh or tho University of Ten
ni'ssenj secietary mid tronsuicr, (Ion.
K. Fellows of tho Uiilvwlly of .Uainu.
Tot aale by Benson, Smith Co.,
Ltd.: Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Dru; Co., Ltd.; Hllo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
Money-Making Scheme Is
Blocked By Prominent
Japanese Kmlgrntlon Agent An
no, who recently oblnlned a Toril
torlal license to emigrate Japancso
from Hawaii to Mexico, Is having n
hard time. Ho Is meeting nil sorts
of obstacles In his scheme from
which ho Is hoping to mako money.
After ho had established n busl
ncfs office tin Anln Lane, mid having
published nnd ell ciliated notices to
all tho Jnpaneso sections In the
Territory, he found, much to his dis
appointment, tbnt somo of tbo
prominent Japanese havo been do
ing something with n view of block
ing the local Japancso from going
Anno, desplto tho many obstacles
which ho Is experiencing dally. Is
doing his best to t.cnd tho Hawaii
Japanese to work In Mexico. He
says that tho Japancso desiring to
go thcro would do well, aB tho wyig
es thcro are much bettor than that
which Is offered hero on tho plan
tations. Somo of tho Japancso havo
been thoughtful enough to read n
recent magazine, article that ex
poses tho .condition of abject slavery
existing among tho lahorers,of Mex
ico. As ct he has been unnblo to, do
much emigration business. A well
known contractor stated tho other
day that ono of his best carpenters
haB been Influenced to go to Mexico,
where ho was told ho could get bet
ter wukch. It Is reported that Anno
will glvo up his business.
Cured by Lydia E. Pink
Milwaukee, Wis. - "Lydia E. rink,
ham's Vegetable Compound lias made
me a wen woman,
nnd I would like to
tell the wboleworld
of It. I suffered
from female troublo
and fearful pains In
my back. I had the
best doctors and
they all dcc'idod
that I had a tumor
In addition to my
female troublo, and
advised an opera.
Hnn T.vrltn V
'iiiXhnins Vegetable Compound mndfl
me ti well woman nnd 1 have no more
backache. I liojie I can help others by
telling them what Lydia K. Plnkham'a
Vegetable Compound has done for
me.- jins. kmmaimse, SMfiratsc,
Tho above is only ono of the thou
sands of grateful letters which are
constantly being received' by the
1'ltikliam Medicine Company of Lynn,
Mass., which provo boyoml a doubt that
Lydia . l'lnkham's Yegctablo Com
pound, made from roots nnd herbs.
actually docs cure theso obstinate dls-
eases or women auor an oiucr means
have fulled, and that every such suf.
erliig woman owes it to herself to at
least give Lydia li l'lnkham's Vegeta
ble Compound n trial before submit
ting to nil operation, or giving up
hope of recovery.
lUr.s. I'liiklmiii, of Lynn, Mass.,
luvlti'H nil nick women to wrlto
lit-r for nilvlco. Hlio lint (.'iililcd
tliousuiulx to health in ul her
advice la free,
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Are Now On Display
Handsome Bordered and Fancy Designs
12 l-2c, 15c, 20c a yard
THE 2LACE TO BUY
Wc sell more pillows than all the other stores in Ho
nolulu combined. That's because we sell the best pillows
for the least money. You'll hardly believe our prices un
less you come to the s tore and see for yourself.
HONOLULU WIRE BED CO.,
Cor. King and Alakea.
At All Watchdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian bland,
''or. FORT and KINO Stt.. Hoxdml
WING CHONG CO
UNO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc, All kinds of KOA asri
MI8SI0K FURNITURE Hade T
King Street. Ewa of Fiihmarket.
DRY Q00DS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING. '
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BIK. HOTEL ST.
WING ON CHONG
Bring your pictures in and we'll
design fram to ycur satisfaction.
Bethel, 0op. the Empire,
Po. 0. Box 771.
Made up the latest or any style.
Fort and Beretania Sts,
LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS
SILK AND KID GLOVES
SILK LISLE HOSIERY
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Dressmaker from Paris, Stylish
Dresses, tailor-mada snecialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets.
FRENCH and EYELET
MRS. 3. ROSENBERG
Alexander Youhg Hotel,
(or Rent" card on sate at
the Bulletin oftlcs.
Who has taste and wish
es to buy a perfect
home in the beautiful
residence district of
Makiki. We have a
which cost to build
116,000, and the land
alone having a value
of $5,000. The owner
will sell and is willing
to sacrifice the place .
A lovely bungalow; 6
rooms. Lot 100x150. 4,700.00
A home on Kapiolani St.
8 rooms. Lot 75x125. 3,700.00
Lot near car line 900.00
A 6-room bungalow. Lot
176x436, near Waia
lae Road 1,550.00
Six-room cottage; newly '
and repaired l lot 50x
135 ..7. 1,600.00
Seven -room cottage, on
lot 75x140 1,600.00
Seven-room house, on lot
planted with fruit
trees; everything in
apple-pie order. Lot
50x150. A bargain. . 2,750.00
On Fort St. A six-room
Don't put off until to
morrow what you
should do today. To
morrow never tomes.
Good times are com
ing to Hawaii, and
what are bargains to
day will not be avail
able tomorrow. We
have over 300 proper
ties listed. Call and
see us about them.
Phone 152. 82 King St.
A. V. GEAR, MANAGER.
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