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EVENING IIUU.ETIN HONOLULU, T II. TIIUIISOAY. NOV. 11, 1909.
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1 THE BOSTONXAN
A lush-grade $5 00 Recil Castom
rascal A style that jlcascs A
raltern that fits. A leather that
evnrs, This shoe ii guaranteed to
wear. fit. hold its shape as lone as
anv ?G 50 end $7.00 shoe made
Our Repair Shop is the o.tlv place
in town where you can get shoes re
paijcd by the time you want them.
Regal Shoe Store,
King and Bethel Sts.
3 ill &
U KY AUTHORITY
Scaled tenders will ho leeched
liy the Superintendent of I'uhlle
Works until 1U in of Vednesdn,
iWiomber If., I'lO'i, for fiirnbdiliiB
thu Dcpirtment of I'lihllc WaiKs
Willi 1S.U0D lln ft. of 12 Inch
wliodfii Ktuxo pipe, di'llcred f. o Ii
t.hlp'8 tnchle, Kahuliil, Mnul.
Specifications and proposal blank
on file In tho Dcpiitnicnt of Public
The Superintendent of I'ulille
Works rcscre tho rlht to i eject
ui)y or all lilds.
Siipcilntendcm of Public WoiKs
1 It'll t of Public Works, Honolulu,
No 8, moil JIGS-.lt
JELLIES and JAMS
Our Great Clearance Sale Must End at
9 o'clock Saturday Night -
This means that the ladies and gentlemen of Honolulu who have not already taken advantage of the offers we
have made can do so if they come before closing time.
WE MUST HAVE ROOM .FOR NEW GOODS. 18 cases of New Goods arrived by the Alameda, and
will be iucluded in this great sale of Dry Goods.
MEN'S SUITS at the Lowest Prices' ever charged for the quality.
The New Goods include LADIES' WAISTS-something unusually bright and fresh. Also DRESS
GOODS for Ladies and Children. " .
The SHOE DEPARTMENT is opening unusual bargains in shoes for Ladies', Children and Men. ,'
We are not selling back number goods. Everything is new. ' " r
UNIQUE IN COLORING AND GENUINELY HAKE IN DESIGN. THEItE ARE SOME SUITABLE FOR
OIHER ROOMS IN THE HOME. COPLEY MINTS AND SUBJECTS IN COLOR THAT APPEAL TO PER
SONS WITH A TASTE FOR THE BEAUTIFUL IN ART.
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
FORT BELOW KING STREET.
Called "The Honest Dentifrice"
because through sixty years no
honest effort has been spared to
give the public a dentifrice that
the teeth require. It is an alkaline,
slightly astringent, deliciously fra
grant deodorizer and tonic for the
tooth and mouth structure. Use
Sozodont. It is absolutely pure.
Benson, Smith & Co , Agent?,
DUNN'S HAT SHOP,
Cor. Tcrt and Beritania.
GETTING READY FOR
Will have opening Nov. 22.
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Alexander Young Hotel.
Next to Cable
IS." editorial rooms S5Q bul
neu office. Tiee are the telephone
"limhAr ft tin Bulletin ntrlr
ARMY AND NAVY
I ho lolliement of Admlinl Sperrj
mnl.ou 139 rt.llioil t ml -ndmtrnlK. 118
iiK.iliist 1?7 olhi'i ictlrrd oIllieiH of
all grade, exclusive of nut lne3rps
ol!lcern mid wnri.int ufllcois. Tlio
nit' .in niiiiinoilores, Ifl retired cap
i ilim, St let I ml commnndeiH, and
Jft ictliul nontenant comm imlcrs.
Tlitrc ale onb 37 retired llelltwi
oiiti" Of tlio tot.il number of retired
ot:iccit, GlIO, 3F7 nlo ictlrcd lino
ollloem, and -'.!! retlnd start ofllcers.
CoiititliiK the cominodoie and rear
mlinlinta together 171, It will bo seen
that 4 1 per cent of the total retired
lino (i lllieis lenchid the two highest
There mo In.ll.nttona that Socrc
larj of the Na Mcjer nin ocr
nilo foinier I'icsldont Hont.celt's
'Kin goon In command" oidci, which
bii'URht about tho Euddeu ieslt;na
Hon of lleai-Adlin.it 1 Wlllard II.
DiowiiKon, Chief of tho Bureau of
Navigation, on Chiletmns Ko or
Major Wlllhm I..isslter, Adjutant
Ccneial, Ii.ih been proinoled lieuten
ant colonel of the Ith Infantry, Ieo
I.ocrliiK who wus advanced to the
cnininiiiil of tho L'Sth lur.intiy upon
the retirement of Colonel Sweet. It
Is understood thnt Major l.asMter.
who Is now on leave at his homo In
Noith Carolina, will remain on duty
In tho United States until tho re
turn of the 4 th Infnntrj fiom the
Philippines in April. Major I.assl
toi was fornierly adjuaant general
Department of Luzon and has had
two tours In these Islands, tho ilrst
one beliiK leivcd with the 10th In-
fantrj In Northern Luzon.
colonel Kiln aril II. l'r.ir. .loth In-
r.ufli. who Is now actltiB In com
mand of tho Depirtnient of Califor
nia, In pluio of (ieneinl Weston who
Is nhsent through steknees, lias been
ordered by tho War Dep.iitmcnt to
nppe.ii befnio tho lotliltiR board.
Colonel Pratt, about n car ago
while taking tho DO miles test at
P.isaj, fell In i fnlnt after tho Ilrst
tin co miles, and was unable at that
I lino to uintimio tho lido. On nril
a In San Pranclsio recently ho was
glcn command nt the Picsldlo and
n few weeks later, while (icncrai
Weston was sick nt the Picsldlo hos
pital am later at tho springs near
Snn Jojc. Colonel Piatt was placed
In tempoiar) commnnd of the dcpait
mont. WASHINOTON, Xoemher 1. To
ilolee tome means of defense against
aerial lnaston the huieau of oid-
n.uiLe of tho War Dcpaitment, It was
learned tudaj, Is about to begin n
iciles of epeilnientH of shoolliig nt
nil rrnft with cannon. Tho cx
1 - LJ
pcrlmenlH will be ran led on nt the
Handy Hook proUng grounds In New
Jersey. Captain Charles I)e Chand
ler of tho signal coips, ono of tho
two (juullllcil pilots In the Army, lert
Washington tod.-i) for New Voik to
mnko nrrnngeiiieiitH for the balloons
to be used He will bo stationed
ti'mponulb at Port Woud, near New
Vork, foi Hint purpose.
Three, balloons of roniparntlvoly
Hinnll size will be purchased. No
ono will occup) the bisketa of the
balloons when firing Is In progress.
The Hlgnal corps soon will bo en
gaged In the problem of nnlgatlng
tho air with the greater assurance.
Kperlmcnts will bo conducted In
muffling the motors of the Wright
aeroplane owned by tho Um eminent,
ho thnt the flight of an neioplane
may bo made comparatively noise
kss. Attempts to loinmunlcatc by
wlieless telegiaph from an aeroplane
nlho will bo made.
A stnndaid has been nianutnclui
ed for tho uc of tho Division Com
mander of the Philippines which
wilt ho used 1 him while tevlcwiiig
troops.' The stnndaid consists of two
white Btars on n led background
with n jellow fringed border. The
stnndniil Is nttached to n pike which
will he carried by an orderly.
Fourteenth Sails February.
A nrlmte cable leeched from the
Pulled States announces that tho or
der directing tho thnngc In stations
of troops has been Issued h) the War
Dopaitincut and that tho llth In
fantry will Kill for homo on Feb
ruary 15. This implies that tho titli
Infnntry,' which will rollcc tho 14th
Infantry, will sail from Snn Fran
clbco on Jnuuarj Ii t caching hero
about Fcbiuu 1. It Is ciy prob
njilo that the .Ird Infantry which
follows tho Ulh Infantry, will bo
icllcxcd bj the 19th Infantry, on
Miuch IS and tho 4th Infantry will
be lcliovcd by the Hth Infantry on
April in. Owing Jo the great amount
of dissatisfaction that has been ex
pressed by r.imj people In re'urnlng
to stations in tho Philippine uhcro
the have henod on previous tours,
the 6th and 18th regiments may
chinge stations after nrrlal hero.
There are nun 11,149 enlisted men
ill the Nnvy, as against :i:t,027 in
1907. nml the peicentngo of citizens
has Increased fiom 9.1.1 per cent In
1907 to 9.",. 7 per cent In 1909. The
perccntaro of jinthn born men In
the Naw linn alio Increased fiom SI'
pci cent In 1907 to 8S.4 per cent
In 1109 Stead) Increase Is shown
In ciillbtmcnts. tu 1907 the total
was ll,:!J!i, while In 1909 tho totm
enlistments numbeied IS, 72:1. Oxer
'0,000 applicants wero rejected.
Former Ambaiac!or Arrested Now
York, Oct. 20. Uojd Grlscom, former
1) Aricilcnii ambassador to Ilalj, was
arrested In this city today and charged
with naming Ms nutomobllo nt ex
cesslxo speed. Ho was held In JI00
ball, for which lie gao a diamond ring
vhlch ho was wealing
President Not Expected to Fill Su
preme Court Vacancy Until His
Trip Ends Democrat Probably
Will Succeed Peckhom.
Washington Oct 23. It Is not be
llocd hero Hint Piesldciit Toft will
appoint it successor to Supremo Omit
Assoelato Justice It. V, Peckhnni, who
died last night nt his homo neir Al
bail), until his return from tils trip.
Tho necpEslt) for an Immediate ah
polntment has been olnlated by tho
Supremo Cum t mid by tho Depiilment
of Justice Altorncj General Wicker
sham icccntl) had tho liiipoitnnt to
Lacco triiht caseM pottioncd until De
cember ami tho Supreme Court tola
adjourncil for a week In icspect to
the memor of Justice Pcckham.
Thero nro mnny rumors us to n
1'osslblo succcsroi to'Justlco Peckh nil
Tho gcuci.il belli f Is Hint the PicU
dent will follow precedent and appoint
it Denioci.it to succeed Justice Peck
ham, thu latter hixlng been a Demo
cratic nppnliitco of President Clue
laud It Is possible also that tho Presi
dent ma) decide to mnko his selection
from the Pinplre State, as that Statu
has had n representative on the Su
preme Court bench almost continuous
1) since Its organization.
No foimldahlo New York candidate
has bcc'i mentioned hero In connection
with tho position. Those most piom
Inently discussed arc Circuit Judge.
Horace II, t.urton (Democrat) of
NnshWIle Tenn : IJojcl W. Dowers
(Heiublicaii) of Chicago, tho solicitor
gonoinl: Pornicr Secretary of War
l.uko H. Wright (Democrat) : Seciu
tury of War J. SI. Dickinson (Demo
crat), Henry .M. Hojt (Ilepubllcan),
coimseloi for tho State Department:
Kiederlck N. Jmlsnii (Democrnt) of
St. I.oiiIh, and Ooemor Port of New
WATER WITH MEALS IS
BENEFICIAL TO HEALTH
Illinois University Experiments Show
CHICAGO, Oct. 23. Add nt least
n quart of water to the amount cus
tumaill) taken at each meal It jou
wish to dci he the maximum clll
elency fiom our food.
The water drinking edict lias gone
foith as the result of tests recently
e lucted by C. C. Fowler and P. II.
llii)k. piofessots of ph biological
themisti) ut the Uuherslty of Illi
nois. Tho unanimous opinion of tho me
dical piofessloii hns been strongly
antagonistic to the taking of water
nt meal time. Tho argument of the
plijsklans Is that wnter taken In
this way dilutes tho digeMho Juic
es, and thctefoio lowers the clilcloncy
ciT thtfcci llulds. The l'nlerslty of
Illinois experiments, however, appar
ently overthrow the deep rotted Ideas I
of man) doetois,
Doctoi ilnwk, in repotting the ie
mllH of the Investigation, called at
tention to tho fact ha tho cxnerl-
mens Included n test upon only n I
single subject, lie added:
"llowcvei, tho experiments up to
dnto Indicate that tho drinking of I
laigo amounts of water with meals Is
most boncllilal fiom tho stnndpolnt
numhnm of thu Bulletin offle
Bargains in Rugs
We're going to clear out a lot of fine rugs during
the next few days. If you want to buy a real serviceable
rug CHEAP it will pay you to get in on this sale.
HONOLULU WIRE BED CO.,
J. S. Bailey
"STICKS EVERYTHING BUT THE BUYER."
- Undoubtedly the best paste in the market for mount
ing photos, etc.
In tubes, jars and pencils.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
King and Alakca Sts.
75c. Per Month
L. B. KERR & CO., Alakea Street
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