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Albums, Film Negative, 75o to
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Brownie Comeras, SI to $12.
Books, Instructive; Encyclopaedic,
50c to $3.
Calendars, Photographic, 25c to
Carrying Cas:s for Kodaks and
Crime ms, 60o up. ,
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Chemicals (or Photography.
Camera Clamps (tripod substitute),
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Daylight Developing Tanks (roll or
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Expcsure Tables, 25c up.
Enlarging Cement. ' ,
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Focusing Cloths, 50c up.
Glass Measuring Glasses and Grad
KoJaks, $6 to $111.50.
Kodak Films (roll), 20o up.
lenses (Rectilinear and Anastig
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levels, 60c up.
Negative Racks, 25c up.
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Panoramic Cameras, $5 to $100.
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Picture Frames (wood, gold, silver),
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Shutters, $4 to $28.
Scales (spring and balance).
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' to $8.20.
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Velox Pflceis, in several grades, $50c
r to $3. '
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Honolulu Photo Supply Op.,
" Everything Photograjjhio
Fctrt, near Hotel
rTrT,t" ttifp,M"t i'
What Army and Navy
: Folk Are Doing !
The Naval Unhcaval.
Washington, Nov. 25, Not olnco
tlio Spanish War revealed the start
ling weakness of our military estab
lishment ami tliu subsequent (Iran
tic reorganization which Kllhu
Knot, thou uocietury of .war, sue
ceeded In bringing about, has there
appealed n more general upheaval
I hull In foreshadowed In the report
-which the Swift board has made.
This In Hie board' of eminent offl-
fvm which tho secretary of the
navy unpointed hevcial months ago
mill which has been collecting mate
rial fur Its report, not only In this
country, but nniong the admiralties
of ill military nations.
The icport will not be niado pub-1
lie for bovcral dajs. The chief re
commendation contemplates tho es
tablishment of an advisory board,
modeled on lines similar to those of
tho llrltlsh admiralty. Another
looks to u thorough reorganization
of the navy yald administration.
Thesu weio tho issues for which
the "lnsuigents," as the younger
and iiidio piosrcssUo clement of the
Navy have chosen to call themselves,
have fought for so long. The "In
Hiirgeuts" have won every essential
point for which they fought. 'For
them It is a sweeping victory. The
power of tho bureau is curtailed,
ind by the establishment of an ud
vlsory board tho cooidlnatlon of
nidi little power as has been left
the bin can Is assured.
Nor does tho reform stop Here. It
extends to the administration of the
navy jurds, whoso maladministra
tion bus been notorious for a long
time. Iloio, instead of many divi
sions of nuthoilty which liavo tilth-,
nto obtained, will bo two-great de
p.u tmont8, Interdependent and un
der the direct control of the line.
One will lie concerned with tililp
(oimtiuctlon, the other with steum
rnglneciliig. There will bo subdivi
sions but alt of these will be ie
poiiblbju tn the two great heads.
Civil tiiiglnccr Parks, U. S. N
who Is ono of the stuff officers nt the
Honolulu naval station, and who
him rhiiiRo of tho engineering plans
tor lieail Harbor development, re
ceived by the 8. 8. Clilyo Mnru a let
ter fiom tho secretary of the, navy
Mating that lie had been commis
sioned with the rank of lieutenant
commander, .tho romm'lssldn, dming
finjn October, IS,1 1309.
Aimy officers above (ho rank of
captain stationed In and about Ho
nolulu aie putting in the last laps or
(mining ror the naval test 'ride,
wilch will be taken In ubout a week.
Tho lest means u ninety-mile ride
uioiind the Island, via tho Pall, and
will occupy about two days' time.
The oNpodltlon wlll'be In the nature
nf n Btienuous outing. The olllcers
may have tw horses each, uud sev
emV enlisted men will go ulong to
leolt nfter tho hoiues and cump each
night. Tho olllcers are loolclug
flround for the" eusy,ildlng saddles.
On the letiiiu of Major Foister from
tho mainland on the trunspoit Lo
gan, Col, Schuyler will undoubtedly
Issue tho order for the ride. This
Iwill l.o nliJ.nl tin,' middle nf the
I'lrst" Lieutenant McCallum, med
ical reserve ibrps, stationed nt 8.cho
f eld llarrnckH, has hee'u ordered to
cuty on the maluand and will lea'a
lieie on the March transport, re
porting at the Presidio.
Dr. Smith on Sick leave. -, -?
ur.-smltli, iirhlY vurgeon, who
has been Dr. Wadham's assistant at
Fort Shaffer, and particularly look
ing after the men at Fort Kugor,
departed for the mainland on tlio
tianspoit Thomas yesterday. He
has been III most of the time of his
May here, and tho change was neces
sary for his health.
Contest Over Pearl Harbor!
A Washington dispatch says;
llehlnd tho abandonment of the
Philippines us a naval base and tho
decision to make Hawaii tho base
of operations 'for warships, lies au
Intel estlng story of a contest be
tween tlie army nnd nuvy boards
which was finally settled only the
The navy board wanted Olongapo
bay as u naval base. U Is seventy
miles from Munlla by water, nndswns
legal ded by army men us a fantastic
dieam. To have fortified the place
would have cost over SCO, 000, they
sny, ami in the end It would have
sciveJ no useful purpose. Manila
would . not bo any better
than It Is at present. Troops caught
lit Olongapo f I om behind would be
tasljy overwhelmed, and the water
supply of tho place, Is bad. Kven
with Correfldor fortified, It Is rec
ognized that some sort pf provision
will have to bo 'made for the fortifi
cation of Manila fibm the land side.
11 would bo easy, say army men, for
n foreign foe to capture Manila from
the land side with tho United States
troops In undisputed possession of
Corregldor nnd the Islands at the
trnnco of Manila.
But when tho fortress nt Correct-
dor is completed 'it will be impossi
ble for any fco to cuter Manila bay.
Rising 40l) feef sheer from the wn
ter'ii"edge. It form's a rock" table
guarding tl)o entire entrance to the;
bay. JI great jjuns will sweep tho
entire stretch of water about Ma
nila, nnd It will be stored with sun-
plies sufficient to support t loops for
u siege lasting years. The greatest
secrecy has been maintained during
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ifiu tuiiou uiuuu ui me lurunciidoii
there. No Japanese or Chluese have
been allowed Inside the fortifica
tions. The now naval base at Pearl Har
bor, Hawaii, Is to bo mado comple
mentary to the fortress on Diamond
Head at the entrance to the harbor
As lo whether nn, appropriation of
11000 per, month, by the Shippers'
Wharf Comjnttco of Honolulu, will be
sufficient o conduct a campaign of ex
termination against nuibqultles, Acting
rlrii.nrnnt. U A M fitt.Hltillh ulinti n.r.tl
In his office at the'Kxeciiil'vf building
siaceii (pal nc considered iius puui
would be sufficient for nil local pur
poses. "That will provide for a superinten
dent In ctinrso and for Inspectors, on":
or enen uiscijri. rpo ininiiier 01 dis
tricts Is uqt us yet fully determined,
hut thero will be from ten to'twelio.
The city lH nlreudy divided Into eht
sanitary uisincis, six 01 tuose win
WAS FRIEND OF
HERE ON BUSINESS
Recites Many Instances Connected
With Civil War'Times-Is Bel
ative of deneral Armstrong
Struck With Island Beauty.
One of the interesting 'guests at
the Moana Hotel, and at one time a
paid by thn Territorial. funfs-and I' close and Intimate friend of the late
from county funds. It may require a president Lincoln, Is William H.
new districting on nocount .of tl y n. "Armstrong of Philadelphia,' Pa
squlto cauilLifgn. aa the sanltaiy diJ I ,, V nwimnv with his cultured
Itrlctsnront prwnt conniitM lo'llnnO- daugh(er ,H a Kuest ut iho Moanu
tho city extending from Knlmukl h,.!,1 n representative of tho II u 1 1 e
to Fort Shafter nnd from tho sea to j.ij a as 10 wiieiuer ne wf wvui.t-u
line running through the electric light
station at Nuuunu.
"It Is a question whether wo will
dlvldo this whole district Into twelw.
sections withiiut regard to the pres
ent sanitary dl-ttilcts, or whether ml
will add new dlftrlcts to the nlrcadi
mm which guarus cue cny or uono-icxisiiuknoirs. Tim inoaqnllo can.
lulu.' Hawaii has the advantage iPalgn and also sanitary work slum d
together, but It Is ft, I
Impressed with Honolulu and the
lUture piospocts of these Islands,
Mr. Armstrong gave the following
"I liavo boen greatly Impressed
with the Hawaiian Islands and have
been reading their history wth
marked Interest. Tho progress
within the last 80 years has been
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..-."" ''"'iLI'"":"" " . " m eachshoul l .Vnt I aKeurn wonderful, and their advance Is l
ui ukiiih uuiur uuiuu. mm wnr- . , .-. ; ... ..-.;.;.. ..I .... i...'.i ....o.,.,.i ni..i I...
(IUllllllieuc UI 1( UWU, Willi HIT "" ujuu .wiivvihiu... ,., ,-
money on hand from tho Shtppeis' cation Is of extreme Importance and
Wlnrf Committee, the- tuberciitoMls of Ue highest valuo to the United
campaign and tho aid which Is Inlng stales. It Is the nearest available
ships that use Pearl Harbor as a base
of wuillko operations can got to the
Pacific coast for coal In a short tlmo
In case that becomes necessary. He
sides, jt Is ulmost impossible for an
11 nil y of Invasion to land at any
other plate on the Island.
offered by private Individuals and b.H
I uens houses, the Hoard nf Health will
bo put In voiy good since In ciri
on an extended cleaning up of Iho city.
(All these are working to a common
"Do oii know. I got such
my wedding, dear." "Yes,
protected seen him I"
li n frlirlit nt t',", r"r "le Prevention of Rlckness by
1 ,J!i. removing sources of Infection nnd by
1. near 1 e rominnB conditions which might re-
milt In pourccx of infection."
land to the mnlnlaud and tho only
land available within several thous
ands of miles for the location of a
military and naval -just equipped
with fortifications for the efficient
'defense of tho const. I have alwavs
lelt n deep Interest In the Islands,
have a proper bill prepared, and Mr.
Armstrong was to call the next
morning to procure It and Introduce
It Into the House and have It re
lerred to his committee, which would
report upon It Immediately and put
It on Its passage.
The next morning, however, when
Mr. -Armstrong culled. Gov. Curtln
showed him another telegram just
HUSBAND OUT OF
ARTY INTO JAIL
When A. M. Wlcderholil happened
to return n trifle early from his duj's
loll on Tuesday he was astounded to
hear sounds of revelry ns he -tip-
received from President Lincoln, In proached his home out ut Moannlua.
wnicfi ne stated that the banks of aKirniisuing aruunu cue siuc 01
New York, Iloston and Philadelphia the house. A. M. V. gained a point
had agreed to take the bonds. The of vantage ut n window, and. oil
Indorsement of the state, therefore, peeping through, was I ainated to
becamo unnecessary. From that see a real rough house Jag and danco
lime the credit of the government 1 progress. Feeling a trifle upset
was thoroughly established. .at finding the wife of Ills bosom pic-
Mr. Armstrong wus offered a com- e'e(1 and a bunch of her friends In
mission as a Judge, which honor he a similar condition. A. M. W. Jumped
declined by reason of the pressure '"lo th room and cleared the floor,
of his personal' engagements, which, I In the course of the melee that
from a pecuniary point of view, ensued,' it' was claimed that Mrs.
were far beyond the compensation of Wlederhold was thiown to the floor
a Judgeship. Tile evening before and also smacked on the back with
President Lincoln went to Washing- a leather strap,
ton "he'Vt tended a' complimentary The defense claimed that tho wo
dinner tendered him by Oov. Curiln. man was so overcome by booze Hint
At that meeting u report was read she fell of her own uccord. How
from the Plnkerton Detective Agency ever, Judge Andrniln found the nun
that a conspiracy had been formed guilty of assault an I sentenced him
to assassinate the President lis he
passed through tho city of Haiti
more on his way to Washington.
It was suggested thatithe President
ought not to encounter tho risk of
any such conspiracy, and after a '
great deal of discussion It was con-!
eluded that ho' should be taken pri
vately and secretly through the city
Thos. A. Scott, then vice president
of the Pennsylvania Hallway, pro
posed to make all the necessary ar
to sixty du)a free board and lodging
In a pluco where his wife's beer par
ties will not arouse his Ire and
where his meat hours will be very
Signs nf weakness wero npparnit in
the stock market this morning, u''p---lally
with some of (he shares in Mi!i
there hus been much recent trii.llux.
Mrllrvi!,, untFL'i.11 tti fi 9f. n.i tl... w,v..
Accompanied by two f gpeciilutors. Walalua nUo i-hsiicl
"' "' wun. irpm ouringnew. hi., down fifty cents a shait teilliu at
President Lincoln was taken to 121 30 on nccoimt of Iho failure of tl: j
fuuaueipiiia, where he was ushered waiaiua directors to glvo out any
Into a sleeping car aa an ordluary wromlre that the one per rent per
(.a Klchard Armstrong, who camo , passenger, and thus arrived In onth for noxt etr wIIMhj ptU ni
The Great American Dentifrice
To meet the demand for an antisentic. non-acid liauid
dentifrice, SOZODONTwas produced, and has for sixty years been finding increased
favor in every land where, teelh are cleaned. OZODONT TOOTH POWDER was pro
duced later to supply tlie1 general need for a tpoth ppwder free from pumice, charcoal,
powdered quartz and grit qf any kind.yet with sufficient abrasive properties to make it
valuable as a cleanser and polisher of the teeth. Now SOZOPONT TOOTH' PASTE has
been introduced.' -It combines the good qualities of the powder and liquid. 'It is
delightful to use and is free from any harmful materials.
Sozbdont is called "The Honest Dentifrice" because in all these sixty years we
huve never spared an effort to make a dentifrice the teeth require'. It Cleanses, Pre
serve's and Beautifies the Teeth and Purifies the. Breath.
SQzodont three forms: -liquid powder paste.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agent?,
here as a missionary In 1820, was a
cousin of my father."
J Mr. Armstrong was a member of
the Legislature of Pennsylvania
when tho Civil Wa. broke out anil
was one of the confmltten of the Leg
islature appointed to escort Presi
dent Lincoln from the Ohio lino to
. Washington on tho occasion of his
'first Inauguration ns President of
the United States of America. The
(lovernnr at that time was 'Andrew
(i. Curtln, a close friend of Mr.
J At that time Mr. Armstrong was
s chairman of the Ways and Meana
viuiuimiive ui mo iiuusc. uuyi-riiur
Curtln lent for him und showed him
n telegram from President Lincoln
asking whether Pennsylvania would
Indorse 110,000,000 of the bonds of
(ho Uptcd Slates, the Idea- being
that In the event of the United adelphla
States being dissolved by Ihe sue-1
Washington about daylight the next
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morning The third member of hs fc ,Uwalbn Commercial Oahu.
escort, Judge Davis, accompanied j., VHeclatl)- Pioneer, selllu.j at ttm
Mrs. Lincoln to Washington. iton notrh' figures. Mflv slnr.vi of
Kvery telegraph line except that Olaa coming out en thn Ikwrd worn
controlled by the Pennsylvania Kail- promptly taken. F.wu koIux at 32.7r
of ami Kuiniicii nude Its nppcuraucu nt
A Rare Opportunity
road was cut. The committee
which Mr. Armstrong waa one, took
Mrs. "Lincoln In ch'argo and escorted I
her through Ualtlmore to Washing-1
Ion. Long after this Mr. Armstrong
had a personal Interview with one I
of the Plnkerton detectives, who '
pave him a pamphlet, which he still It qTered to buw a few lott on KA
possesses, containing an account of lAgAjTA. AVE.. ' opDCiite MB
the whole conspiracy. KALAUAOKAIANTS residence, on
Mr. Armstrong will remain here tMy tenM j0 ch nd jl0
for about a month, when he con- month No intertlti priJei
empltttes mokjng a trip to llawal f MO. $250 and 1380. Hlh (rronndl.
to yew the volcano which Is now,1 C0ME HlQHrijOW and lelect
l'ui iicuiui ly uvuve. lie reiurns uy
ho Manchuria for his home In I'hll-v'
your lot, ai the lots are going fait.
74 S. King St..
cess of the rebellion, the endorse-1 Anything new In the snortlnc line? L LP J C?-l... .L
X U AVi kyvl C4U.VAI
74 8. King St.
ment of the state would mako the Anything good In the liquor1 line? "You -!
bunds good. The Governor wus to can And It at "TJie Two Jacks." Waitv Bide.
FR0F. DAVID STARR JORDAN
TAIK8 Tft HqVSQ MEN
Qivei Advice on Buiineu Succeit
Brourht About' bv a Complete
Elimination of Vice idviiei
Sunday School Book Rulei.
CHICAGO, November 28. Presi
dent David Starr Jordan of the Staii
foid Unlveislty, in an address before
the Chicago Suuduy Uveuiug Cluli
tonight, udvlnv'd )oupg men to c,u)U
ate the vlitue "told ubout In the
Sunday school books' us the foun
dation of Mircess.
"Thei.e 8 not a single lrtue that
does not bring money In a man's fiom one day to another."
business," io said.' "Apd there Is, "You cafi't vote a straight ticket
not n sfiigle vice hat Is not charged untlj you have scratched off the
up against him In wages and sal- crooked names,
ary. The call of the' twentieth con- "Tho public Is getting tired of
tury Is for the sober kind', TrilBl" Bnioofh men; It wants men of char
worthiness is one of tho' greatest of acler."
virtues." I "Wliilnm Is in knowing what to
Dr. Jordan's address, which1 had do now."
for Its subject, "The Call of the Cell
lury," was sprinkled with eplrams.
Some of them were;;
"The best way to be leady for
tomorrow' Is to be here today"."
"Ignorance Is not bliss uiiy lung
er; It Is dangerous,
"Chicago doesn't know Kb politics
"There never was a tlmo when
there were so muuy calls for young
men us now," Ijr. Jprdau said.
"There li awas room at the top,
but the elevutor Isn't ruunlug,"
h Rullttin m.
cards en Ml at
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