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THE NEMO CORSET
THE MOST POPULAR CORSET OF
STYLE 318 Self-reducing corset,
with flattening back for the
short - waisted, stout woman.
rafcra? Price : $300
;-?-iAW Diiiifi 4UJ scii-rcuucintr corset,
El ij'tv 1 1. n a maII aT linnJi UhIaa . -
wtf wilii ntw tuuci uuitua iiibc '
STYLE 350 The new Swan-Shape
Corset, one of the most grace
ful models. Price $3.50
r MJnAJ ptvit? ma ?!.. IlHJ.. 41..
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nuns, iuirr uciuw uiv waist
11mm t... V....4- tt4A Art
gt LUAi iwjw uu3h Aiivv yuiww
jfi ' W STYLES 301 and 305 Military
StLj-REouaNO Bdt Coreeti produeinl, The fash-
tttlAitetdUus N'JIfl ionablc slender effect. Price....
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Bcrctania Streets Opposite Fire Station
1.03 ANUKLKS, .Inn. 12,-In ;ihe .picsjneo' of 50,000 wildly-excited
I'-pmUtjicorlltft spectators, Paulltnn' today smashed to bits, nil aviation
t iliSiriln for nttltmlo by ilrlvlnR Ills neropliine to n liclglii of 41 IG feci
nliovo the cnrtli. Paulhaii wna ln;".t he air for fifty minutes, ilurltiK
.wlilelytlnie lils craft soared to a distance wliero It looked moio ,lll,u a
bliiithan n machine capable of bearing the weight of a human hclng. j
Much excitement had ),ecn created by tlio trials of tho' day liufoic,
nnd ' Did Bantn Alia courto was cro wded to suffocation.
During tlio exhibition, two grea t dirigible balioons beaded for tlio'
ocean mill Tor tbreo tulle tbe glgn ntle Blilps of- tic nlr willed out over
tlio open sea. Then tlio balloons Were turned nml tbu icturn In land
was begun, limb airships leached tlio slioic.iind landed tbelr p.tSRcn
Kern nafely, tliuuli ono' of (hem ba d a very narrow escape from disaster.
1028 Nuuanu St.
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?,
m TEETH 1
SHIP AND LIVES LOST
MAHSIIFIHLI), Jan. 1. Tbo coasting steamer Czarina was wrcck
ed on C'ooa Hay bar today. So suddenly did the Blilp go jtluwn after
io disaster, that twenty-nine mcmbciB of tlio crow perished before any
.effort could bo made to cave them. , Harold Mlllls, son of (ho manager of
uio line, is also believed to nave lost Ills lite.
The assistant ennlneer wiih washed otcrhuard and carried aiihiuo by ,
the breakers, sustaining serious Injuries. u ,
The Czarina, which wiih commanded by Captain Duggaii, was a'
small ship of 793' tons leglstcr ,
m i. i .
KUHI0 CHOSEN ON COMMITTEE
WASHINGTON, I). C, Jan. 12 j. K. Kalanlnnnolo, Delegate to
Congress from Hawaii, lias been selected as ono of ,tho iiiemborH of thu
new Congressional commltteo to be named to consider tho bills Intro
duced to create States from this Territories of New Mexico and Ari
zona. The names of tho special committeemen will bo iinnouiucd In
tho House tomorrow.
TAFT'S STAND FOR
Message On Method Of
It's the Film That
Makes the Picture
The AHSC0 FILM Rives negatives true to life color value,
chromatic balance, five from halation, and with detail in the
shadows. Get ANSC0 FILMS at
HV APPROVED BY THE WAR DE-
IV PARTMENT AS THE REGULATION
RjlV LEGGING FOR THE OFFICERS OF
V T1IE u- s- ARMY AND NATIONAL
. lmbE It5 advantages over all others:
ItofffiSlK SUPPORTING Ul" muscles of iliu
EKH ' lower part of tho lens, strciiRtlens
ffrliKk wearer, lessens fatiKuo, rIvu auhla
9 iK.'IIiiiH ' flt' ""on Kli'B to, not over It,
VIHI ' CONVENIENT; nnly two ImcUcs,
eMLHW' "" buttons; iulcfly put on and off.
t SyflliRlS SHAPELY: mudo of ono piece or'
KJHR rifslElii, moulded to tlio letTr no
BtJ?hMki teams to rip, always holds Its shape;
fliKl Ulsilares all other IokrIiiks.
K'WlSPw PIGSKIN ''cli'K porous, tho per-
lP30 spliatlon evaporates, leaving thb leg
Pffl MEASUREMENTS REQUIRED FOR
tWtfam LEG0IN0S; aioiiud enlf, laiKVHt
B.JWM I"1''', tnlion looso over Ilia Kiiruiont
Hu.:kA3B '" '"J wrii under tho IpkkIiikk; also
rfcffll H"" f"" ll0lBllt ot w'"10'- I" foft
M REGAL SHOE STORE
SS5 Kinp and Bethel Streets
Is whether. In order to avoid such a
possible business disaster, soiiietlilnr;
can not bo done by which these, bus
iness combinations may be offered a
means, without ureal financial dis
turbance, of chniiKlUK the character,
organization hnd extent of their
business Into olio within tho lines or
tlio law under l'udeial control ami
supervision, necurlni; compliance
with the anti-trust statutes." .
Tho messapu closes with tho fol
lowing definite 'lccommendatloiis:
I therefore recommend tho enact
ment by CoiiRiess of a general law
WAUHINOTON, I). C. Jan. 7. MirovIdliiB forjlhe formation of cor-
l'rcsldont Taft's special messago I"nunii8 to engage In trade nnd
Just arrived a new full line of Pajamas in all styles
for men and boys made of Madras, Percale, French
Flannel, ane Tennis Flannel, all trimmed with frogs.
r $1.50 to $5.00 per Suit
Men's White Lisle Underwear, very sheer and
soft, shirt made, with short sleeves; new goods.
75c per garment
The guaranteed hose for men, the best of its kind
on the "market. They are warranted fast color, not to
rot, not to burn thejfeet, and not to crock. They come
hvall the'new solid 'shades.
4 Pairs in a box, $1.00 per box
ng with amendments A, tho In-!"'' ,,0" um,"K l" 8 nle '' with
atu commerce laws, looking to a f"r K" V" U"! '""tcctl" 11,cm
effective Federal supervision brl'',"" wA Intererenco by the
to 'prevent tlfb
railioads and conveying tils rccom
mcndutluns fur the passage of a I'ed
e'ral Incorporation net, was trans
mitted to Congress today and read
in the House, the Senate not being
In session. '
Tho messago follows closely tho
forecasts that have been inado from
time to time, and In tho suggested
legislation as to railroads embodies
all of tlio suggestions that the Pres
ident lias made In his speeches on
Mr. Taft suggests no changes In
the Sherman anti-trust law at this
time. Tho nntl-tiust feature of tho
message deals solely with the sub
ject of Federal charters. Tno Pres
ident thinks that un opportunity
should bo given tho big Industrial
(oniblnattons to bring their business
once more Into tho "zouo of law
fulness" by taking out a Federal
charter under certain prescribed con
ditions before. It becomes necessary
to proceed against every corporation
about which there Is u breath of sus
picion. " '
"It Is the duty and tho purpose of
the executive," sayg tho message,
"to direct an Investigation by the
Department ot Justice, through tho
(Irand Jury or otherwise, Into the
history, organization and purpose of
nil tho Industrial companies wifli
espect to which there Is any reason
able ground for suspicion that they
liavo been organized for a purposo
and nro conducting business on u
Pliiii which Is in violation ot tho
Such a wholesale Investigation and
possibly prosecution, tlio President
points out, however, would result in
serious disturbances and "produce a
halt in our present prosperity that
will cause suffering nnd strained
circumstances among tho Innocent
many for the faults ot tho guilty
"Tho Question which I wish In this
messago to bring clearly to tho con
sideration and discussion of Congress
A Good Investment
Tho Templor Hnnch Oil Co. with
000 acres oil laud, Mowing oil wells
and nil ts reservoirs filled with
nlgh-griii'lo oil In tho Templor ills
tiict, Kern, Co., Cal will soon com
plete ItH'tlucc-mllo gruvlty delivery
pipe 'lino'.' ,
''This Oil Company Is nt present
Ijko n n'lilntntlon with tons, nnd tons
of sugar oh ham!, ready to bo shipped
on tiio Incoming steamer.
An ablo management, almost a
squarn mile of proven Oil land, cheap
transportation of oil, high prlceB
with steadily 'Increasing demand for
ell, will mako this compiujy an early
dividend payor, and for that reason
tho stock of this Templor flnnch Oil
Co. Is recommended, as n GOOD IN
VKSTJIKNT by the Lincoln Mort
gugo & Loan Co. of l3aii Francisco.
Capitalization Is $1,000,000, di
vided Into shares of $1,00 each. 1
have a small block of them for salo
r.l SOc while they last. Secure them
P. R, It. BTnAlTCIl,
71 B. Kl,ng at.
Htntos and irgulatlng Uiclr nctlvt
ties so as to Iprcvcnt tlfC recurrence
under national auspices, of those
abuses which have arisen under
State eontiolj; Such a law should.
provide for Hie issue of stock ot
such corporations to an amount
equal only to tho cash paid In on
the stock; nnd If the stock bo Is
sued for property, then nt u fair
valuation, ascertained under npprov
al and supervision, of Federal author
ity, afftr n full uml-comiilete' dis
closure of nil tho facts pertaining to
tno valup of such property and tho
Interest there! of tho persons to
whom It Is pioposed to Issuo stock
In payment of such property only of
such corporations to tho samo taxa
tion ns Is Imposed by tho Slates,
within wjilch It may bo situated,
upon other similar property located
therein, and It should require Bi)eh
corporations to file rull nnd complete
reports of their operations with ..io
Department of Commerce and Labor
at' regular Intervals.. ,
Corporations organized under tlih
act should bo prohibited from ac
quiring and holding stock in other
corporations (except, for special ro.v
soiib upon approval, by tlio proper
I'cucrai nutliurlUcs), hits avoiding
tho creation, under national aus
pices, of the hpldlng company, with
subordinate corporations In different
States, wh'lch ins been such nn or
fcctlvo agency In the creation of thu
great trusts and monopolies. '
, If the prohibition of the anti-trust
act ngalnst combinations In restraint
of trade Is to bo effectively enforced,
It Is essential that, tho National Gov
ernment shall provide for tho crea
tion of national corporations to carri
on u legitimate business throughout
tho United States. Tho conlllctlug
laws of tho different States of tho
law, wllh icspept to foreign corpor
ations, make it dllllcult, If not Im
possible, for ono corporation to com
Pbvlth their rcqulri-monts so ns to
carry on n business In a number ot
To tho suggesting that this pro
posal of Federal Incorporation for
Industrial combinations Is Intended
to 'fuiulsh them rofugo In which to
continue Industrial abuses under
Federal protection, It should bo said
that tho measure contemplated docs
not repeal tho Sherman anti-trust
law, and Is not to be framed ho as
to permit tlio doing of tho wrongs
which It Is the purposo ot that law
to inevent, but only to foster u con
tinuance and advance of the highest
Industrial efficiency without permit
ting Industrial abuses.
To My Friends
I take this means to notify my friends and patrons that, after
having been with the firm of Lewis & Co. (now retiring- from business)
for nineteen -years, I have accepted a similar position with the grocery
house of Henry May & Co., where I may be found on and after January
12. I will be pleased to extend the same courtesies and uivc the same
careful attention to orders as in the past, and will appreciate a contin
uance of your patronage in my new position, Respectfully,
F. J. TURNER.
C. C, Dickinson, former State Sen
ator, was .nominated by the Demo
crats of the nth Missouri district, on
the 075th ballot, to fill tho vacancy
caused by Congressman DoArmond's
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COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
LAXATIVE DROMO-QUINlNi;, re
moves the cause. UkhI the world over
to cure a cold in one Jay, I!.
GIJOVIVS sl;naturo on each 1kx, Mado
IRAKIS MSOlCINI! CO, Saint LouU. U. S. A.
The character of a newspaper's circulation
that counts wjth the commercial world is the
quantity of consumption that circulation repre
sents. That is what is meant by quality as re
,. gards circulation. .
A customer's distinction1 with a merchant is not measur
ed by "class," biit.,hy buying' capacity.
, ,(., That ncrounts for tho II n 1 1 c 1 1 nV pulllug-power iw an
lug, iiiiidlum. Thu' Quality of Its circulation Is unrivaled ami
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tiijjjijdjhy any computing newspaper, ami the character of Its readers Is
Ihojcjijirnctcr of tho ontlra buying public of Hawaii.' It Is tine nnd -tho
0 Tlio 11 ii I 1 ii 1 1 n Is read by ever body, becaiiso It is everybody's
newspaper. It gives all tho news us It Is and that kind of a news
paper gives advertisers tangible results In the way of increased sales.
You won't question this when you know that ninety per cent, of
tho Kugllsh-rcudliig public of Hawaii read the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n.
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JritAltiJl AiiU illoLi. ereises wnn prayer or iiom icuuiok ruiitrii oy laiauou run now no uswi jjaaa
BARRED FROM SCH00L3 "io blblo, according to an opinion or for such purpose. . y,$
jMuanoy iiunerni lien, given jesier-' iiio iiiiorney general, tscpiomutr
Religious Exercises Violate Constita- ''ny ' "' B,u,e superintendent of 19, IS!) t, rendered n well consider
tion of Washington State. publlo instruction, Tho attorney opinion, lit which he held that rea'd-
genniayB says in ins opinion;, nig mo iiiuie wiinoui eomnieiu,
uijimi'IA, wiihii,, nee. as, Ten i 1'niyer is certainly a religious x- any otneiiorni of religious cxerclaj; m
eners m ine iuniie scnoois oi wasu- ereisn nun uio puiiiic rcniMiis nin ih louiiary id uie rousiiiuiionai pt;f ,
lng(on urn piohlblted by the Dtutn mntnlalued by public taxation; nnd' visions above qunrftl, and I heartily. '!'
constitution from opening school ox- under tho constltutlqit the money coucur with this opinion."
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