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RVRVtNn IHn.T.KTlN, t?OVnT.m,t! T 1!., SATUBDW, M'TL-12, 1910.
SUFFERED FOR YEARS
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KNOX IS FAILURE IN
FAR EAS r DIPLOMACY
WASHINGTON Mar 1 1 The policy of Beerotnrj or Stnto P. C.
Knox In the d'nr l'aat wi dlacujsed In Consress tod.iy In connection
v. Itli the dlsiUBslon nf the lcglslatltc nnd executive appropriation bill.
0cnr V. Uniliwuid of labiua made a tecro attack upon
Knox's ndnilulst nlion of the Department cf State. He said that Knox
had nut" made nooj In Iho nutter o' Tar l'as'crnirrnlrs especially, nnd
lrad nrt proved im poul tllplonmt m Knot.
Untlerwool lefciied to Krox's heme to neutralize the Mannhurlm
Viliway, which 'V is ilMiputoviM li all ihe pun etc, as tin example of
tho IneT.i'leiicy cf Knox In dealing v h tv Tar I intern situation,
p i unm mm f
BiG S1R1KE COMING
CHICAGO, Mar 11. The rallr ad mnnupcrB have refused the de
mands made by tt.o unions "of engineers nnd firemen.
Il Is believed that a Htrll.o cf t,he rnllicid ciiKlneers nnd fliemen on
forty-nine railroads In the western P-iit of the country Is Imminent. The
reply of the managers to the ultimatum of tho emplojes Is n nfusal to
grant tiny concessions. As the unions had oted to older a strike un
lets their demands were neceded t ., It N expected that tho next step
Mill be an order for a Reneral strike of firemen and cnplnccrs on tho
fuitj-nliie railroads Involved. All of the ftiemon and engineers on these
roads are union men, and hc unions hopo to bo able to cause a complete
EUSINESS MEN NOW TAKING A HAND.
l'llll, WMU.I'IIIA, Mar. 11. Uoinands for arbitration of the strlko
nic becoming Insistent on all hands Jluslnoss men In all lines are de
manding that tho street railway omplojcis abandon their attitude of
I (.fusing to deal with their men at all nnd consent to treat und cstnb
IIpIi n basis upon which the controversy can be arbitrated.
The rajlroaij, maraReig have so far lcfuscd to consider arbitration
pioposals, while the strikers have repeatedly offered to submit their caso
to arbitration. The business men of Philadelphia nre now combining In
n demand to bring pressure lo bcal upon tho railway companies to seek
the arbitration method of enSlng tho present conditions of disturbance.
ONE BAILWAY ACTS PltOMPTLY. , , , ( M ,
DALn.MOKK. Mil., Mar. 11. The Dnltlmnro and Ohio railroad en
gineers and firemen hno rcacheii an agreement' with their cmplojers,
sctllng all differences, and averting a threatened Btrllce.
1AUGHLIN IS DEAD. .,.., IU , ,
1'ITISIIURU, Mar. 11. Thdnm Laughlln, n brother-in-law of Mis.
Tnft, wife of tho President, died here today.
CABNEOIE IN SAN FRANCISCO.
SAN l'UANCISCO, Mar. 11. Andrew Cnrneglo arrived licrp today.
Nominees for Chapcrone Candidatcs-At-Large
Zeave, Sachs' Honolulu
Capt. A. S. Soale Honolulu
A. K. Notley Honolulu
W. J. Cooper Honolulu
Josenh Schulmeister Waianae .
J. K. Notley, 265 Kukut 6t. . .Honolulu
HAWAII. " '
Helen Siemson Hilo .
Chas. M. King Olaa .'.
E. T. Forest Hilo ....,
Bessie Clinton Honokaa
William Watson Hilo
Carrio Scharratt, Kailua "....Waimea
A. 0. Curtis ". Kuftistown
W. H. C. Campbell. Piihonua. .Hilo
KAUAI. " '
Henry Blake ;...Koloa :
Henry E. Abbey Anahola i.
Wm. Kruse Wahiawa
Ed. Daniels '... i ... Lahaina
W. W. Wescott Puunene ...
Bcrrs, Puunene Hospital .... Puunene
Nominees for Trip Contestant
DISTRICT NO. 1. t
Miss Margaret Brown, 1054 Kinaa.. Honolulu
Miss Sophia Witte, Ehlers & Co.... Honolulu
Miss Eebecca Macy Waialua .
Mits Mary McCabe, Kaplolani Ma
ternity Home x..
Miss Lei Dc Freis
Miss Beatrice Taylor, Hawaii Pro
Miss Marv Johnson. Johnson Sana
torium . . . . .Honolulu '. .
Misi Flora Cheney, May & Co Honolulu . .
Miss Honey Voss Honolulu ..
Miss Carrie Dreier Honolulu ..
Miss Lizzie Wicke Honolulu r.
Misi Elizabeth Dutot Honolulu . .'
Kisi Rose Amia Honolulu ..
Miss Bcrnice Dwip,ht Honolulu ..
Miss Angle Pangelinan, Palm Cafe. .Honolulu . .
Misi Alice Green Honolulu . .
Miss Mary Dias Honolulu .
Miss Emma French, Sachs' Honolulu ..
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letin, Honolulu, T. H. '
THIS COUPON C0UNIS AS 7 VOTES
FOB TRIP CONTESTANT
FOE CHAPER0NE CONTESTANT
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Extra votes wall be given to
every- contestant for the equiva
lent of three new daily yearly
f inscriptions sent in betore 5 P.
M. Thurcchy, Marc 1 31st
Ext: a votes will be given every
contestant for the equivalent of
three daily renewal yearly sub
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Thursday, March 31st.
Remittances need not be made at any one time, nor be
for the Mine subscription nor for any stated period of
time. There is no limit to the number of subscription
clubs that may be secured by each contestant.
A record will be kept of all subscription payments, and
when any contestant has a credit equal to three daily year
ly subscriptions, either old or new, the votes will be issued.
Mi:s Sybil Mclnerny. 245 School St. .Honolulu . .
Miss Lucy Kopa, 015 Prospect St. . .Honolulu . .
Miss Mary Ann Aki, Fort St Honolulu . .
Miss Emma Sasaki, 1457 Auld Lane. Honolulu . i
Miss Lucy K. Barber Honolulu . .
Lillian Akina, 847 Mokakauea St.. Honolulu .:
Miss Malia Sakuma, Oregon Block. .Honolulu . .
Miss Naomi Lazarus . . .- Pearl City .
Miss Callie Lucas Honolulu . .
DISTRICT HO. 2.
Miss Helen Wctson Hilo
Miss Isabella Koomoa. Keauhou. .. .N. Kona
Miss Lizzie Macy, Waikaumalo. .'..N. Hilo ...
Miss Kathcrine Clark Xailua ....
Mits Louisa de Harnc Kohala . .1:
Miss Aileen Rickard Honokaa . .'
Miss Alice Hathe, Kohala Hilo
Miss Emma Akamu Hilo
Miss Emma Akamu Hilo .
Mist Mary K. Kcawehano -. ..Hilo..
Miss Rose K. Nalima ..Hilo'..
Miss Louisa Hapal Hilo
Miss Hattie Saffcry Kukuihaele
Miss Mary Arakawa Hilo
Miss Marv Nailima Olaa
Miss M. Hose Paliala
Miss Emily Ewaliko Hilo
Miss Qccunie Scharratt, Kailua. . . .Waimea
Miss Annie Kai Hilo .
MissL. Williams Hilo
Mary H. Kawewehi Keauhou' f ....... .
Miss Kuulei Hapaii t , . .Hilo
Miss Annie Aiu Kailua .'
Miss Trinnie Marcos Pahoa
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Nancy Aki Lahaina
Miss Nancy Cummins Wailuku . . . .'
Mist Scholtz, Circuit Court Wsiluku . .. . . . .
Miss Lily Aki Kaupo
Miss Mary Marciel Kahakuloa
Miss Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakai Molokai -.
Miss Waiholo ' Lahaina .,
Miss Sarah Cockctt ....,.. Lahaina
Miss Lyda Crickard ...Puunene
Miss Jennie Hanson '. . . Wailuku
Miss Carolyn Scholtz Wailuku
DISTRICT NO. 4.
Mist Polly Elliot, ....,., Elecle ,
Miss Kittie Maage Wahiawa
Mist Alice Ai .Lihue
Mist E. Dowd ; .r.Hnlci
Mits Aloiau Kapaa
Mitt M. Kapuniai Waimea
Mitt W. E. Holt . . i . . , Makawcli
Hiss fleai n.eaua
MissAnnabelleMundon... .. .j. Khpaa
Meln Lelber Auo iih: Hen 1 MB
again wilting inlt you. It Ins been n
long tlkiie ui.it. . tv.u )jii ih....i, tit
dssu cl.y., I vaj attlng for der peo
plo to Bvtllod der prjhlbltloT builn""
hut It Irs cunt oif iuv. ,irui 1 uui
jIl!om not It Us galng to b: al'. r'gl-.t.
Der other night I van Invltalloued to
iv meilihg li.ch as got up for1 der
dea off maMng a c io tn.it tjj j
be called der l'utrlotlc l.e.iiaa of Ho
nolulu, und dor business ult der cKib
Ina to mnko more civic pride und
knock der ihtulit.ig cut off anybody
vhnt Insults iler clly by "npiilns"
1 telle, I you Ailolpli, H in itiea mil
bo inal iih au)ihliiK to hear some off
der fello'AH hal III! In' Honolulu n
vnya kicking. One oft der fellowit
li.it ehpoko at der meeting 1 bet you
ho know hit ho ns tnl'tln,; about
Ho fcild an l.ow dlxhoneuty voulJ not
be got out off a clly or n binlncsn or
a church or anythlni; cite until It Il
pulled right out oil der hunun n .it tiro
der Bnmo as dey vas doing now to
cut der badncxs lumps fioni der bad
boys heads. He said If der vas mnru
getting a taoe on und Ices growling
dor clly vould be all right.
1 tell you, Adolph, one off der needs
jof this city Iss to get inoro civic pride
and patrlcklsm Into iter rcople. Most
I oft dum have n llttlo of It In dexjnako
'up but It Iss no llttlo dot .Now ou'd
think It vas put In mlt nno off doto
llttlo things h.it dey put morphlno
Into on mlt und only one doso at dot.
Och, Adolph, t -vish I could Bhponk
der England language I bet jou I
vould tell dent a few thlrgs. I haft
teen fellows In dese city that get dor
llfflng here, und If Iss a bully good
living too, und vhat could not earn n
lining any placo elso who ceemed to
ti'L'u n delight iu makliig fun oif der
tow.n, holding der local gaernmcnt to
b? made fun off, und dey aro do (list
ones to kill any now cntorprlso liat
Ibb going to start or Iff dey hear off
any man coming hero mlt a llttlo
money to Invest duy aro do first to fill
him up mlt a big story off how ho vlll
fall If he stipends a cent.
Vhero In der orld vlll ) on, find an
other city, so far nvay fiom der main
land dot has der advantages vhat Iss
found In Honolulu? Our blocks nit
fairly good streets, our miles oil Btrect
rnllwajs, cur fine wharves, our col
leges, 'our schools, our churches ynd
lots off other things that' ve ought to
b9 pround off to say nothing off der
oxrort nnd import trade dot Iss grow
ing all off der tlmo. In der light otf
all off dese goot record for vliy der
nbuso by Hi own citizens? Vhy tcs It
dero vas bo mtitll. civic prldo (u dor
cities on der mainland und der vas
so llttlo off It hero? Vhat Iss der mat
ter mlt doso clt ?
In a short tlino ve vlll hcgla-to hear
all sorts oft stories off corruption In
tilTlcB because der election Iss coming
on. I ueffer take any shtnek In dot))
Und off stories. Iff alt of doso fellers
vhat nre howling about der other fel
lows hat nro holding oniccs don't
llko1 It for hy don't dey grt In und
hold der ofllces themselves?
Dey say dot they haft not got der
time, dot they haft to attend to dor
own1 private business, but they soem
to novo all kinds, oft tlmo to find fault
mlt der government as It iss. Some
off dem say dot Iff dey had der tlmo
dey vould' not ltko to mix mlt dor
crowd vhat Iss In der offices now for
fear they vould get dirty. Vhen I sco
n man who thinks ho will get soiled
by mixing In politics dor city Isa nil
oft der cleaner iff ho rhtayu avay. If
vc had to dopond on dot kind off men
ve vould haft no government nt all.
Hotter L3 a 'Ittle pJlll!cla:i u.i.l i ib
Up ngaii' t 1 Mttlo dirt U M g!T ymr
el'y a ilttle oif yum time than to
g. wl tibout der government und knock
der city by saying dot It tes crookej,
Der man vhnt lliln'-B him If too
clean for politics und c!iO jf!do It J
orun too dhty foi cltis.cn hip.
I hope ills club of Pat-toil.' League of
Huiulu ii Mil gat rlliLjlown to bus
In m. Let It he I) tficluj In offcry
school und cjiurch Und halt der nup
Ort oif ovciy piencher nnd tor.cher
und paper In der city, und It vlll not
b Ions befoie dero vlll ba no bad men
l.i public ofnec. Hfrn der knockers
iIU wy (lou,doy can And nothing to
V 8H Yx
Central Union Church 9:50. Blblo
' School, Men's League Ulblo Class,
Women b Huclcly Ulble Class. 11:00,
morning worship subject of sermon,
"Kreelj" Matt. io:8. C:30, Christian
i:ndenor: service ot song under di
rection of Mr. Livingston; leader ot
tho meeting Mrs. Albert Parr.onsj
topic, "Patient K'nllhfulnOBS That Wins
tho Crown." 7:30, ovenlng service;
continuing tho scries on "America's
Religious Questions" the minister will
take up "Two Very Practical In
quiries." The Chorus Choir la propir
tifg some especially lino music for Sun
day. At tho morning scrvlco: Anthem
from Mendelssohn, "Judgo Mo O
God;" duct, "Iivo Dlvlno" (Stalner)
Mrs Mackall and Mr. Hall. At tho
ovcnlng.ocrvlcc: Anthem by Schneok
er. "Art Thou 'Weary;' quartet "O
Jesus, Thou Art Standing" (Oelbel)
Mrs. Mackall. Mr. Hull, Mrs. Weight,
Mr. Lhlngston. Cordial Invitation tn
all In the city not connected with any
other church. Strangers, vlelttng
friends, travellers, ectm;n and col
dlcrs nuM heartily welcomo.
,' f 1 j
Tho rirst Methodist nrlscopal
church, corner Derctanla aenua and
Miller street. John T. Jones, pastor.
Sunday school, 9M5 a. m. R. II.
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Ser
mon by the pastor; subject, "World
npworth League. 0:30 p. m.
Evening Worship, 7:30 o'clock Ser
mon by thoJtcv. J. W. Wadman, D.D.;
subject, "He Careth For You."
Tho annual minting of tho Hawaii
nn Mlfslon will ho held next week,
beginning with an addrcES of wclcomo
nnd good cheer by Mr. U. II. Trent
followed bv response by Illthop VA
vi In II. Hughes, DD.. Wednesday oven
lng. -Thursday vonlng Jllshop Hughe3
will lecture. Ho Is one pt tho greatest
lecturers' on the American platform
and should hnvo n largo hearing In
Honolulu. Admission free. A silver
offering will be taken to holp defray
tho oxpenscs ot tho meeting. Tluough
out tho week Interesting services will
be hold. All nro moat cordially In
vited to be present.
ConBcrvo tho natural resources, but
sparo the country tho controversies
which arise In doing It.
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t. mm i i i 1 1 i m ii ,-v
i MRS. OHa GH03 LOUIS. VjA
MHS. 0IIA8. OltpH LOUIH, IndUn
Lorottc, Quebec, Can., wrllsi
"For year I Buffered from a dlseate
that the doctor did not understand.
"Una day I rqad In the papr about
your excellent remedy, reruns. I pro
cured a bottle of It and took It according
to dlroctloni. It was not long until I
observed a change for the better.
"I can say that Poruna has cured me.
t could not take any nourlihmaut ex
"I will at all times aay a good word
(or Poruna. I hold it In tha,htgleat
esteem." . ,
Not only women of rank and lelsura
pralso Poruna, but tho Industrious, use
ful women engsged In manual toil
would not be wlthont Dr. Hartman's
The doctor has prescribed it for many
thousand women every year and ba
never falls to receive a multitude ot
letters like tho above, thanking him
for his advice, and especially for tn
wonderful bonoflu received from Pa
rana. The following wholesale drueeist
b will supply the retail trade: BEN-
bONSJirril & CO., Honolulu, Ha
wait. , j.aaMmamWm-pki0iimr-amm Pin WtmmmWWkta-W.
THE PARK TEATER.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it ails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature ison
PARIS MEDICINE CO, ft. Louia. U 8. A,
Last night Walker and Sturm ap
peared at tho Park In thd famous ten
nis rnckct net. which Is nothing short
of marvelous, and ono of tho most at
tractive Juggling acts oor Been hero.
The stage setting is untquo and with
thelrfhlRhly colored rackets spinning
tn tho air ten at a time secured them
much applause. Their comedy Is ox
tremcly good and clean nnd they were
recilled tlmo nnd tlmo again last
night. Tonight they will repeat this
act. Tho featuro film for tho balanco
of tho week, "Tho Senorlta." 1b ono
of Sellg's great- Western plotures
full of nctlon and nhtuial scenery.
A boglnnng will bo mado today In
tho laying of tho flro control electric
wlies nnd cables through tho conduits
from Kort Ruger through Kaplolani
park nnd along Kulaknui nenue to
Toit Do Russy. Tho flio control
cables will extend to tho reservation
pt tho harbor mouth and probably to
Pearl Harbor nlEO.
'The campaign ng'jintt the mofiqulto
has openod up for kcops. A pirty of
"destroyerB" worked through Palolo
valley yesterday, pumping 'mosqu'to
kllllng fluid Into all the cesspools. Re
ports from bouseholdern cay they did
their work most thoroughly. More
power tn them. ,
Aii 'HUH fiVWBjm.
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District No. 1 Includes tho City and
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District No. 1 3 Includes the County
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