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EVENING nUU.ETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, .TAN. f,, 1910
3 Best and Cheapest Work in the City I
JJy our special machinery vc have by far the best
facilities for quick and substantial lepairs to shoes of all
kinds. A shoe repaired in this shop is handled in the
same manner as when first made at the factory, and when
we rue thiough it is every bit as good as new.
Men's half soles
Regal Shoe Store
Cor. Kins r.r.d
You must not expect to have vcur clothes succefully dyed unless
ou employ scientific dyers. The V. THOMAS DYLINO WORKS nre
such. Vc are the ajjents.
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258 Eeretania Street. Telephone 1491.
PIPES and CIGAR BOXES. MATCH SAFES, SHAVING
CUPS, MIRROR, MILITARY BRUSHES, WATCHES, STUDS,
LINK BUTTONS, SCARF PINS, RINGS, and a host of oher
All goods guaranteed as represented. Prices arc right.
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1142 Fort St.
1028 Nuuanu St.
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AITER THE RAIN. IT'S THE TIME THEY GET INTO
THE REFRIGERATOR AND THE PANTRY. "BLACK
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Australian Butter gj
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GIVES DECISION ON
president Taft Reverses the' Verdict
of Theodore Kooseveit xaKcs
a Broader Stand All Ingredi
ents Must Be Labeled.
V lailtVllTnN? tlnr. ft V.'Mft-
i Is Whisky, President Taft has nt
lust decided. It i whisky wnen
made (if neutral spirt, snjs the
President, If reduced to "potable
strength. Hut It must bo branded
fii Hint those bujlng It may know
Just what they niu Retting.
The decision, made after ti long
teilcs iif heatings participated In to
ilny by members of the government's
(pure food department nnd distillers,
was nmmuned today. The President
ctnered artous details In his dc
itslon and Rave directions for tho
proper hinmllng of the various vn
tletles of Honor, holding, nmong
other things, th.it whisky made from
u mlitiuc of Html Klu whisky unit
neutral splits limy be called n blend.
Act'oidlng to Taffs instructions,
ctrnlcht whlskv will hereafter be
branded as guilt, but the brand may
be neiompanled by the legend "agcu
In wood," and. whisky made horn
letlllcd, distilled or neutral spirits
will be branded so ns to make known
tile principal Ingredient. In addi
tion. If they mi desire, mamifactur
eis of Htralght whisky iiImi may use
the word "llourbon" or "re," ns tho
tacts muy warrant. The definition
of "bl.iuds" Is not made broad
innugh to include neutral splilts
mailc fi oni molasses and reduced to
potable sticngth. This article, tho
President sas, cannot be labeled as
whlskj It is rum.
The President takes Dr. Wiley
nnd other chemists to task for a
'fundamental orroj" as to what the
name "whisky" has Included In tho
last 100 years, and also expresses
the opinion that Solicitor-General
Powers makes "too nko n distinc
tion" In his deductions.
"If," he said, speaking of the
opinion of llowcis, "high wines at
from 110 degiees to 100 degrees,
when reduced to potable strength
and containing a quantity of fusel
oil and llnwircd by burned sugar, nro
whisky, us ho has found, then the
more lmprocment in tho process by
continuous distillation so as to clve
e product of from 1C0 to 188 degrees
pioof and still further to leduce Its
fusel oil Is not to chnngo Its whole
nnture or to mako what wns genu
ine 'whisky 'Imitation whisky,' be
cause of n slightly i educed trace of
the Ingredient, the distinction Is
loo impracticable. In my Judgment,
for tho execution of the law.
Tho President thinks such an or
der ns his decision contemplates
cannot do an Injustice.
"Those." he snld, "who make
whisky of 'rectified,' redistilled or
neutral spirts' cannot complain If,
to pi event further frauds, they are
required to ubo a brand which will
chow exnetly tho kind, of whisky
they arc Felling. Tor' Hint leason,
It seems to mo fair lo require them
to Ilium their product ns 'whisky
made from rectified spirit's,' or
'whisky made from redistilled spir
its.' or 'whisky made from neutral
splilts.' ns the case may be; and, If
aged In tho wood, ns sometimes Is
the caso with this class of whisky,
they may add this fact."
The decision follows linos of con
clusions renched by tho Uojal Com
mission of Great llrltaln and re
verses the verdict of former Preal.
dent Itoosovclt, former Attomev-
Geueral Powers nnd Dri Wiley, thief
of tho Iliiicau of Chemistry. Tho
uoosctelt - Ilonapaite-Wlley order
denied the us0 of the woid 'whisky'
In branding to all liquor except
"straight whisky," the whisky which
Is aged In charred oak casks.
The steam and electric rnilioads of
tho United States purchiiFcd a total
of 112,403,440 cross-ties In 1008, this
number being a decreaBo of 41 23(1,171
ties, or 2C.S per cent, from tho num
ber pin chased In 1007. The chief
cause of this decrease was tho wldo
spiead business depression dining tho
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On Fort Street below King,
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The troops nt this post wero paid
Jan. 4 at 3 p. m. for the month of
December. The panient wns mado
at the new dining hall of Co. O,
Second llattnllon of Knglneers. Tho
order of tho troops was as follows:
Non-commissioned stnff Second llat
tnllon of Engineers, detachment of
Hospital Corps, and then the engi
neer troops. The detachment from
tho surey cnnip at Kahann, which
Is temporarily at this post, was nlso
raid. The uniform was summer
scrvlco with side arms. This Is the
latest In the month that tho men
have been paid hcie. Tho detach
ments In tho field will be paid with
in the next few das.
The members of the Kahuku de
tachment plaed sonio of tho teams
from this post a number of closo
games on the handball court ester
day afternoon nnd last evening. The
,two large arc lamps Installed over
the lnrge court make the night play
just ns fine as the daylight games.
, Sergeant Hillsborough of the Ka
huku detachment showed the best
piny of the visitors and put up a
steady game during tho entire con
tests. With a few moro dnyB prac
tice on the court, which Is a new
cno to him, he will ghe any of the
home plajera a good run.
I Sergeant Spencer nnd Coiioral
Dykes of the horse camp, won the
first game from Sergeant Hillsbor
ough nnd Private Wagner of tho de
tachment by a Bcorc of 21 to 10. Tho
second gamo was won by Hillsbor
ough nnd Wngner by a score of 21
to 20. Privates ranell nnd ltucffer
lost to I'l'hntcs Nolle nnd Vogel
back by n scoie of 21 to 1C. The
play will be continued this evening.
, Corpoial Henry Kmersou has been
detailed to take a number of men
to the mountains for the purpose of
cutting a trail for the instruments
of the surey detachments which
'nio working out from this camp.
This detail will i (insist of about ten
men besides tho coiporal. The
'country In which tho survey de
tachment from this post Is working
is so ocrgtown with brush and
small trees unit t tie transit men
cannot uso the Instruments without
the aid of these trails.
A number of new gardens hne
teen planted by tho Engineers at
this point and are now layed out so
that thoy add gieutly to the beauty
of tho giounds. Tho post pavilion
has been decorated with porch box
es containing vines nnd many flow
ers, nnd the dining linll of Co. fl has
been sunounded with gioen plots.
A new vegetable garden has been
started by Prlvato llclnlmrt, the
post gardener, and this will add
greatly to the output of the old one.
A large detail of men were sent
to the quartermaster yestordny to
help In the changes which are be
ing mil de In the post storo house
Additions nio being made to this
portion of tho post on tho side to
waid tho sen In order to hold the
supplies which are being received
ficim the Btatcs. Corporal liaise Is
In charge of this detail nnd Is doing
all possible to hurry tho work along
to care for the stores which nro jet
to an he.
Oideis have been plnccd for tho
new magazines and papers for tho
post lllnaiy for tho coming jenr, ub
well as orders for a largo number
ARTS AT1 GRAFTS SHOP,
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if new books. The llbrjry has been
fitted out so that the men can now
find reading matter
to suit the
taste of an) one.
A fine piano hns been Installed by
Co. O nnd many reading nnd gamo
tables placed throughout the build
ing. Piles hno been drlcn under
the pool nnd bllllaid table nnd the
library made as flno ns possible.
The men are Inking ndvnntage of
Iheso things and nre cnJo)lng the
evenings there In place of roaming
I Prlvato Hollo, who has been In, t lie
post bakery since the arrival of tho
Engineers nt this post, has been sent
to duty with his lompany, nnd Pri
vate John (lrnf will be alone In tho
bakery until tho detail of another
Private McElroy, who has been In
the post hospital, has been returned
to duty ns musician, Pilvnte Jones,
who lias had charge of the nnlmnls
nt Knhann, has been detailed for
duty as teamster in the quartermas
ter stables at thls post. Private
Smothers will have charge of the
teams of the detachment when It
leaves this post -for the survey camp.
Tli o work of filling up tho duck
ponds nt this post Is being rushed
dny nnd night now, nnd the large en
glno from the dredgo nt sea Is fast
pumping coral Into these ponds
thmitgh the largo lion pipe, A
large Hume has been constructed,
which carries nway tho water as
fast as tho ponds fill up. A number
of men nre at work smoothing out
the filling ns fast as It comes to the
ponds, and a fln,e ground will bo tho
MARINE SUES RICH GIRL
FOR BREACH OF PROMI8E
Wants $25000 for Fracture to Heart
That He Mortgaged When Fleet
I.OS ANOIXKS, December 17. A
suit demanding $25,000 for breach of
promlso to marry was filled hero today
by Hiissol K. Clark, formerly a marine
of the United States navy, against
Grace Veddcr, daughter of V. II, Wil
der, formerly Mayor of Pasadena nnd
a banker of ihut city. Dchlnd tho ac
tion Is n story of Bwlft love an obdur
ate parent and soclnt disparity.
In his complaint Clark alleges that
ho first met Miss Vcdder In May, 1008
when he was a marine on tho U, S. S.
Minnesota, accompanying the Amerl
can fleet on Its trip around tho world.
Ho had but n few hours' shore leao
at Santa llarbara but In that short
1 1 nio he gained the consent of Miss
Wilder to marry him, conditioned, ho
says, upon tils retliemcnt from the
serlce of Undo Sam.
He says that after the cruise around
tho world he so conducted himself that
ho wns found guilty of breaches of dis
cipline which caused his discharge. Ho
then came to California and met Miss
Veddcr. only to bo told that her father
would not consent to the mnnlage, and
that therefoio sho would withdraw her
piomlse. Her father also told him he
says, that his daughter was going to
marry some other man.
Clark nsEcitH I if his complaint that
he has numerous letters from Miss
Vcdder In which she renews her prom
Heforo they nro engaged ho brings
her candy In fancy boxes; later on
she Is lucky to get It In paper bags.
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FORT SHAFTER NEWS
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The eleven little brown brntheis
who weie stowaways on tho U. S.
Aimy trnnsport Sheridan from Ma
nila, will bo held nt Tort Shatter
until tho arrival of the next trans
port that Is nvallaCle to deport them
to the Philippines.
Sergenut Diews, Co. I 20th In
fantry, has been reduced to the
grade of private.
Mr. Wlmley, formerly of Co. II,
20th Infantry, wns discharged two
months ngo nnd accepted n position
In the quartermaster department
as teamster a month later has ac
cepted a position as corral foreman,
relieving Mr. Hernard, who has held
that position for over half a car.
Mr. Hernard has accepted a position
ns teamster nnd will remain In the
employ of the quartermaster depart
ment. Mr. Whaley's appointment
took effect Jan. 1, and so far he
has succeeded In giving perfect sat
isfaction. Bovs Shoot.
' The Knmehamclia school students
were again target piactlclng on the
Tort Shatter tango Monday. Tho
'Jrnlg tlllo is used, which Is not con
tldeied as good as the now model
Spilngf.eld rllle that Is used through
out the tegular U. 8. Army.
Privates Anderson nnd Neuman,
Co. i:, lepoitcd to their company
for duty Monday morning after a
leave of absence of 72 hours, which
they enjoyed In Honolulu, lloth re
port a very pleasant time.
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Brmwmry A St. ImiHm. I
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The men that are to leave on tho
January trnnsport nro preparing fur
the Journey to San Krnnclsco. Two
men will go to Angel Island depot or
recruits and casuals for dlschuige.
Sergeant Forbes of Co. ', 20th In
fantry, nnd KIrst Class Private Hart
ildge. Hospital Corps, stationed at
Port Shatter. Four mon, ono from
each company, second battalion,
20th Infantry, will nlso depart on
the January transport for Presidio
of Monterey, California, to attend a
four months' term of Instruction nt
the school of musketry.
Special order No. 27.1, datod De
partment of California, Dec. 8, 1000,
has been changed, and Corporal
Heed, Co. K, will go Instead of Ser
geant Carmody, ns the order first
Prlvato Henry, Co. G, was releas
ed from the hospital Sunday after
an Illness of four days, and return
ed to his company for duty,
Thoie were no di'llls at Koit Shat
ter Monday, and the day was spent
In trimming tho lawns around the
Private Gordan, Co. H, was ad
mitted to the post hospital Monday.
Later repot ts Bay that ho Is getting
along nticly and will doubtless be
back to his work In a short time.
Since Corporal Dean, Co. V, wns
relieved ns musician nnd appointed
corporal, Prlvato I.ouglimlller, Co.
F, has been relieved from other
duty and is piactlclng nnd will In
a short tlmo be made musician.
Rich in Body,
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