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Hi; MJlilii I: ON
' HIS TRAVELS
Religion Consists Of Central Union Pastor
More Than Mere I Writes Interresting
Tho enigma of "nlte," "night," Tho followlig letter to tho con-
"Wright," was fillip explained by Dr. cregntlon of Central Union church
White nt Central Union" church Inst ha been r-elve( from Dr Dnremui
evening to a throng Unit tilled thtit Scudder:
Iiouio of worship to tho doori. Gibraltar, July 4, 1910.
In a most lmpremlve discourse, the Honolulu to Now York City In ono
three distinctive words which hme h,ur lcBS tl,an ten daJr hy corrected
appeared on the bill hoirds t!uolh- c,0'k8' bu,1 b' n;tual o!"Ped time In
out tho city during the wecK, were oxaflly nl? n"a '"roe-quartcrs days
handled separately, and when tha nor- """ ono hour and forty minutes Ih
mon was tlnlshed and the three words n K"80 a,M one ,,our ani1 a
had been connected It proved to bo ha" "g . ,.P"n ,
, ,, M represents thn limits of pm-
most merest lng. ...... Ability todn. Ten jear hen.v.
Doctor White went on kay that wUh atIhpa tnMxi al ih, ;
the common saying that It U.mh. not ,)t 200 , on ho(r h-B fc , (f
matter whether or not n man H I vVa- 1910 muy lake It place I.ckMo llih
Ions so long ns he .locii about rlxht Is lumbering Ring'' roach of nur nil
n relic of somo llouB leguoy. lie cestorx, and II.iwall'8 ilemand for
said most of the crltldsin of the Statehood may m,t give the Outlook
church comes from within' -and not tho shlverf, oh 'tho trtero ?iln:ejlli ii
from outsiders. Critics of the clni-clt thereof lihw' ilrie.
rite, he declared, have said tho rlltml A quiet day In Jersey f'llv p"
In no more thun tih eggshell. I)K pared the way fir tho thirtieth an.
White himself said ho'thoipnt the ,ral reiinlni. In tho Kim City. A
comparison was an upt one,1 but iibt oullcg Unit nnUcs friendship It's
complete. Tllo empty shell Is worth- rrtHnrdl Ideal, ns does Yale. Is a
less, but when tho valuable part of B"0(1 llllK0 l0 tovlslt. At all events,
tho egg Is thoro tho shell U Indls- "r class -seventy out ut a posslhln
pensable. eighty found It ho, and every min
Doctor White said (he public rnn- " ."" ,m,ll"p",l nnn,B "r i,n
lencn Is becoming more acute and ' '" ?" "h "i ,"",h ,,f B"lr,lt
..o -,. ,!.. .. .mi .. 'hat told Ihesloryof liiiurspwedln
y people nro frowning upon thli great ,h, Wy of ,, ,t
wrongs that passed practically lifl-
wns an ex
pcrlcnc'e that seemed but one ntc'i
noticed n few jearsrigo, and the word r(,mov!(1 from a vst ,
rignv is oecoming more B.gniucnni T,1(. B00(, B,Ip llmilIlI(. c,MrPl,
everyday. noston on time at the fushlonablo
"The right nwalts the Wrlshi," hb hour of high iioon. Honolulu was
said, as ho brought his sernloll to u welt Jeprckented In tho throng of
close. "It Is our own glorlot.4 i rlvl- farewellera by tho Misses Kosher and
lege. Ood grunt thut It be fur nplen- Colwell In person, tho Wlllard U.
illd.nchleinent. Work Out Is rellg- llrowl s In telegrams, and not n few
Ion's great word. Work ouf yi.ir own others by letter. N'eptltnus Allantl.
Balvatlon. ens, not tri he biltdntie by bis I'a Ifli
"rtlte night Wright. Aln do brother, welcbmcd us with broa I
you ask, can tho triad beennu one? rnlle of placidity and only lost his
Can tho Ideal become the acfial? Can '""J50 oncf n,ul 'hen but for a night,
tho great transaction bo don.)? It Thc ""'P.'1 company la a good one,
hn hmn finnn" ar"l " hands have l)ehucd cxrent
, 4 Deacon" Howerl and bis minister, wllo
inn nrwiiminti i have been Earning scandalously to
lrW MAIIIIIM 'Wn lll irl of champion lio.lder,
' " WllBf4l I rt hflll nll.l UK ltta0A,fin knu li.an
TDAIM QUCI1 sacrcd to these shnmeless devotees nt
I tXnlvi vttLU Morpheus. Tho deacon has had th
. j best of It, thanks to hU training
Thc Initial work 'On th'e'new" ,shea'l"!er ,ho Porlfic terinans of rilt
or depot nt tho railway station In this pat?r. Hut tit this professional
city has colnmenccd. Tho piling for ,on'"lnE might hae been beaten,
the foundation Is being driven and tho , Af,cr lhe hm,n al ,,or' Delgado,
work will bo pushed right along till ln he At0-,'', 01' ' ' position to
completed. unilerrtan(l why Hawaii has so good
Tl,i , ih,1 ,!!! I. CI fal.t nMh "" ",:v "' cr ruriHKMOSB. C.1l
and SCO feet long. This will be biill
ctent to house all of tho coaches that
houses, BTUpulously tlcan streets,
happy looking people, every avallaliln
fnnt tf Ifitlil lilnnmltiir will, at lilannA.
the company has In use, un.l It will of mUlg cuUlva0M !lml ,,, .,llro8ltc
also accommodate four mom IruH. gcol ea rrom cvflry (mtlook , 10
of which tho company Is In much whoIo gt()ry Tho Azores0 nro not
nPfd afraid of heights, like us Ilonolu
Tho material employed In tha on- inns. The entire coast lino shows In
structlon of tho new Hhed will bo lroi, general a shunning of.the lowlands:
ateel and concrete. tho houses love to perch themselves
It Is stated that tha traffle Is III-"on bold emlncrn's with faraway
creasing to such an extent that tho views of ocean and shine. Long he
company has been compelled to alter fore Honolulu is us old as Porto Del
several of Its buildings along tho lino fiado tB pemilo will ulfo havo learn
to conform to tho Increased business ed tho lesson. i "I'H
tm m "Whnt do you say for 'good morn
ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE. ing'?" tho minister asked on land-
li.;. "lluntha Dlas' (forgivo the
That torrlulo Itch disappears with spelling), was what tho answer
the FirtST DROPS of D. D. D. Fres- sounded like. Orod! "Hunch of
crlptlon. It kills all skin disease dears" let It be; a, lino name for
germs constantly. A Bobthlng, healing these fcoan of the Mid-Atlantic, lh
lotion used externally only. Honolulu Azores.
Drug Co, Fort Street. DOtlEMUS SCtTDDtllt.
:t n a it n u n n n a tin tt t: ti w i: i: a :: n :: tt
FORT SHAFTER NEWS
it tt tt ti ti tt u ti it h tt tt U tl ti cn ti tl tt tt tt tt it tt tt h u n
Tho troops of this command were
mustered and Inspected on Saturday
by tho commanding ollker. Muster
was by companies on company pa
rado grounds. The post non-commissioned
staff was mustered and In
spected first; theil came Companies
T, U and K. After the companies
wore mustered at.d dispci'led, the
guard and prlioners were mustered.
The detachment of llospltul Corps
and Pick wero mastered after the
guard. First call was sounded at
8;S0 a. in., assembled at 9 a. m. The
uniform was khaki, white gloves and
caps, without arms. All mon had
to be present except tho guard and
sick. In each company there was
one i.on.comrntssloncd ufflce'r In
charge of quarters.
will pro.ced to Join their proper sta
tions at B'holleld Ifarracks,
First Lieutenant John S, Mr
Cleery, buttslluu adjutant, 20th In
fantiy, Is appointed summary court
officer during tho absoi.ee ou letach
ed kervlce of First Lieutenant Aus
tin M. Pardee, 20th Infantry.
Jhe scheme' of practical Instruc
tion for AuguM, 1910, us approved
by tho department commander, Oc
tober 12, 1909, Is as follows: Field
training, two daya per week; garri
son training, two days per week;
each company commander to have
his entire company one day per
week. The field training will be as
follows: Practical blgnallng with
tha flag, torn and heliograph; jia
trol duty, small und strong li.fuiitry
I patrol, outpoBt patrbls, connecting
v ') , 1 i i y
toegin Monday Morning, August ist
Every article in our store reduced. No sale like this anywhere this year.
Ladies, ifyo'u have been waiting for real bargains here they are, nd here's
your chance. Values almost given away.
WASH DRESS GOODS
S0IESETTES ' Ite'sular Price, 35c
V0ILS " " 35c
HEPPS " " 35c
POPLINS " " 33c
THISTLE SILKS " " 35c
CHIFFON BATISTE ; . " " 33c
ftLK OHO ANDES " " 35tl
HIMALAYA CLOTH " " 40c
SHANTUNO " " 40c
SWISS MUSLIN " " 25c
FIO. LAWNS , " " 12V2c
Sale Price, 20o Yd.
" " 20c "
" " 20c "
" " 20o "
" " 20c "
" " 20c "
" " 20c "
" " 25c "
" " 25o "
ii ii i5C ii
" " 15Ydi.$l
A. F. 0. QINQHAMS Sale Price, 12 Yds. $1.00
FLANNELETTES " " 12 " 1.00
PERCALES 30 inches wide " " 10 " 1.00
FRUIT OF THE LOOM Per Yd., 10c
'FARWELL " 10c
F0nE8r MILLS Sale Price, 12 "Xds. ?1.00
INDIAN HEAD 33-inoh Per Yd., 10c
PRIDE OF THE WEST ,( 15c
CRESCENT CAMBRIC " " 10c
STARK MILL DRILLING White ,. " " 10c
.Regnltir Prlfe. 40o
. " " 37o
. " " 35o
. " 30o
Sale Price. 30c Yd.
" " 27,o "
" 22ao "
00-90 SHEETS RetrtilarPrlw, $1.10
81-80 " " " 1.00
72-90 " " " .85
Saie Price, 85c Ea.
ii ii 750 it
43xd0 PILLOW CASES.
45x30 " " .
.Remilnr Price, $2.75
. " " 2.00
Sale Price, $2.00
" " 1.50
Regular, $3.00; Sale
" 1.75 "
" 1.50 "
" 1.25 "
" .85 "
LADIJES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
; Sale Price...'. .fJOc
" " 80o
" " 60o
" " 40o
" " 30c
" " ....-2Qe
- " .... 1.00
MUSLin SKIRTS ' '
Regular, $7.00; Sale Price... .$4.00
" , 4.50 " " .... 2.75
" 4.00 " " .... 2.25
" 3.00 " " .... 1.00
" 2.25 " " .... 1.40
" 2.0d " " .... 1.15
" 1,75 " " 00
" 1.50' "' " 85
1.00 " " 60
ii " " 40
Regular, $2.25; Sale Price.... $1.25
" ' '" ' Sale
" . trlce
Regular, $3.00 Pair. .....!.. .$1.75
" 2.50 " , 1.50,
" 2.00 " 1.15
" 1.50 "
" 1.00 "
" .75 ."
" .40 "
BOYS' COL. WASH SUITS
Regular $4.00 Suits.,.
" 3.50 " ..
" 3.25 " ..
" 3.00 " ..
" 2.50 " ..
" 1.75 " ..
" 1.05 " ..
. . . ;80
$1.00 Reduced to $ .75
In Vail, Panama, Serger Alpaca.
.Regular $4.75 Skirts ; . .$2.75
$ 5,00 Lingeries Reduced to,
0.00 " ' " " .
0.50 ' " " " .
7.50 " " ".
11.00 " " ".
14.00 " " " .
$1.25 Reduced to $ .90
COTTON TURKISH, LINEN
$ ,75 Dozen, Reduced to .$ .50
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
Regular $5.50 Waists.., $3.90
?; ia.R0 .t? 2.50
CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES
, Sale Price.
Regular $3.00 TJresses. .'. . . , .'.$2.50
" 2.25 'f 1.25
' 2.00 " 1.15
" 1.75 " 1.10
" 1.50 " 90
" .85 " 50
2Ms Yards, Wide; Regular $1.75 Yard, Sale Price $1 Yard
' PILLOW CASING
00c Quality; Sale Price 65c Yard
75c " " "' 50o "
03c " " " 45o "
In all widths and colors. PRICES CUT IN HALF.
TORCHON LINEN LACES
Regular $1 Dozen; Sale Price 50c Dozen
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HOSIERY
Plain and Fancy; in Cotton, Lisle and Silk. GREAT REDUCTIONS.
opp. Catholio Church
Sergeant Iloland V. Klster, Com-' and exploring patrols, road sketch
pany O, 20 tli Infantry, Is detailed on Ing nud map reading; road, trcnc'i
extra duty as school teacher and will and simple engineering construc-
report to the quartermaster for Iri' tlon.
(tructlcns. He will attend all calls.
Sergeant Scott V. nrooks. Troop
C, 5th Cavalry; Privates Sylvester
McQookln, Troop D, nth Cavalry;
Thomas Ke'ts, Troop h, Oth Cavalry;
Tho following dajn ii AUk'ist an
assigned to companies for tu in
struction required: CompanleH i;
and r, fiOtli Infantry; August It
18 mid 25; Companies O and II, 20th
Infantry, August 2, 9, 1C, 23 and 30.
Blacksmith Claude nalley, Troop L, iftW Maneuvers.
Cth Cavalry, uiivt) all been reported Companies 1J, I' and O were called
fit (or duty Uy the pott' surgeon nnd oat at 7 o'clock last Friday night
(til it marched up towards Kallhl
mountnln, where they were Instruct,
ed on a surprlno atta:!:. Tim oin
panics left the post at 7:20 add dr.
rived buck at 8:45 that night. Tho
men wcrti nut to leave the post, so
at 4 o'clock tho next morning they
wero called out again. The com
panies weft marched out to Camp
Damon and upon urrlvul at the place
n Bklrinlsh llho was formed and lit
istructlous were given out. The com
panies got uaik to the post nt 0
o'clock that morning."
Captain Itobett , Menrns, 20th
Infantr), Is relloicd from duty In
tho 1'lilllpplues Division ni;J will
proceed on the first avdllablo trans
port to rrt Sliafter, irouolulu, Ha
waii Terrltor), and report In per
eott to tllo thmtnaiidlng offlccr of
this pest for duty with the becoud
battalion of the 20th Infantry.
The enlisted men of this outtallon
that are at the bcuoqI gt musketry at
the Presidio of llonteroy, Cu'.. will
sail on the next truutiport, which1
leavoi: on thc 5th of August, for this
poit mill Manila. Tho following '
named men u:ii to nrrive from thj
school after n four-months' toursc:
Laiice-Corporat Thomas i:. lteeil, Co
K; Corporal Paul A. r.ilkonrtrln, Co.
T; Corporal llurton C Itnwc, Co. (,
and Corporal IMunrd I'. Currnn, Co.
I At cook ana uaKerr scnooi.
The following named enlisted man j
i now at the truli.lug school for ctxiks
und linkers, at thu Presidio ot San
l'raurlBco, Cat , will ho retnlned on
i duty with that school for a period
'of two mouths und at the end of
'that time will ba sant hack to (tin
battalion: Pi U ate Illmer C (ler
holut, Comp.in7 IJ, ntld Prlvuto Mar
cel Dugort, Cnmpai y l
I 185 editor al rooms 250 b"'
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers f the D u 1 1 tl n office.
Xonth of September Will Be Notable
One in History of the Republic. ,
Moxlco City, July 15. r.nrlquo C.
Crool, inlnlstor ot lorelgn rolntlons, Ini
view ot the luct that many nutlons
will send spcclul representatives to
this city during the Centennial, which
will bu celebrated during tho month
of September, hus created, for tho
tlfato being at least, tho "Section ot
Ttls department will hao charge
of nil thn ctlquctto and ceremony ot
receptions, etc, consequent upon tho
presence In tho city ot representatives
of other governments. It will be coni-
posed of the First introducer of Am
bassadors, ltodolfo N'ervo. Manuel
Martinez del Cnmpo, lormcrly of thoj
Mexican embassy In London, iiui Do-.
Lerto Taub I
llesldo tho special duties which tho
department will be culled upon to
perform during tho Centennial, It
will tnko charge of a permanent re
vision of tho code of diplomatic cere
mony. Of the foreign nations which havo
signaled their Intention to send spec
ial representatives to Mexico for the
Centennial of Independent are nor
mally, Great llrltulh, Japan, Italy, the
United States, Argentina, Iirattl,
Trance, China, und nearly all of tl.o
Ccntrul Amerlcnn r'oubllca. Tho
United Stntes hus stated that n spec
ial delegation of prominent citizens
will r6prcsent that country for the
occasion An Invitation has been ex
tended to ex-I'resldent Theodofo
Itoosevclt to attend, and It he accepts,
Mr. Iloosevelt will bo the guest ot thn
THE INDIAN MEDICINE MAN
can produco roots and herbs for
every ailment, and cure diseases that
baffle our most skilled physicians,
who have spent jears tn the study of
From the roots and drugs of tho
field originated I.)dla a. Plnkham's
Vegetable Compound, which for
thirty years has proved more potent
and efficacious In curing female Ills
than any combination of drugs
Mammn "What lu tile world U
making tho baby cry bo, I wonder?"
Little Kva "I guesB he's mad 'cause I
tried t6 make him smile with jour
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