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rVKVIVO m'tl.KTIM. tlONOM'M' T 11 WnDNTSDAY. Al'O 17 10 10
New and Complete Line of
Ten Thouraiid Iowa Farmers Rcbtrld
380 Miles of Roadway Across
State in CO Minutes,
Three hundred and eighty miles
of load Ftrnlght a loss tho Hlate of
BADGER'S EXTINGUISHERS and"
CHEMICAL ENGINES, with a WATCH
MAN and WATCHMAN'S CLOCK should
be in every store.
This equipment will protect you from
fire. Extinguishers, Chemical Engines and
Watchman's Clocks for sale by
J. A. Gilman
Fort Street, Honolulu
Phone No. 50
EXCAVATING, PILLING-, STONE WALL, CURBINO, SIDEWALKS,
ROADS, ETC., ETC.
I will pic you low figures on any one of above different kinds of
work that you may want figures on. Ohc mc a chance.
VINEYARD STREET. EWA NUUANU STREAM
G. W. McDOWALL, Manager
Office Hours 5:30 p. m. to 6:30 p.m. Thonc 58S
Suits and Skirls when cleaned by
nur French Pro.-css retain their orig
l .al freshness.
FRENCH LAUNDRY J. Ab.idic. Prop. 777 KING ST.
ts. , - f
HILO BALL FANS
(rfpci lal Coiipspondcnrci
IIII.O. Aiib J.'i IjihI neck was ii
line olio for llio baseball fiuiH of llllo,
tho triple tussle with tlio Wnscdns
uovIiik ii lorj InlricstliiK series. The
Japanese nrrlvril lust Wednesday, un
der tlio chniicrifhiiKo of Tony Xlarcal
linn, ami weie received with great en
thusiasm liy tlio Jupunusa iHipiilatlon,
tho now Hnnomu .Jaanese band being
licaid for tho llrHt time.
While the Japuncsu bo)s on tho
.!inln iiopi (no much for the local
lhi)ein, llllo neeil not ho ashamed of
I lie showing her nlno made, for In
the one mime In which It illil licit the
Inpiimvp It Rave them the wgrst drub
bing they have had Hluce they left the
land of tlio chrysanthemum. The.
games wee ,io..il, ami there wan ulno
lutt order IhrouKhotit tho seilcs.
DUFFY'S APPLE JUICE
Pints a,nd Quarts
Benson, Smith fc Co.,
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
.;nwj --;;, XVWTJI
fiSfM Dnrr nnnnn
beautify your home and pre-
tnM)i if mi liifkile frrn frntn A itaf
M eut vv juui uiiuan iibv iiuiii uut
rr VI .. , i 4 .ii . . .
turn msucia. mi nitva mm
shapes in beautiful golden oak.
II. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Hardware and Office Furniture Department
V.imlov IJIo jind farce comedy of
Hie highest ipi.illly, iih given this
week at thc'.New Urphfuni, aro the
magnets which continue to comf.it
ihly 1111 tho iii)iiilar Hotel ist.ee;
tlie.Uci nlghll). A mnlovillo pro
ginni of eight numheiH In folliiwcd
hy a hilariously fiuui) fine (iillol
"A P.ilr of S hcmois," anil thcio Is
euteit.ilninent enough to plenso
pvcrybod). Ilunvea nml Gideon urn
BcorliiK n hlKKer hit than even hint
week, and their Hinging and plano
lihilug a t In considered one of tho
must uo el of Itn kind ever tcon
here. A feat ii ru of this number Is
llirvfart thai all tho Miiiga rendered
hy .MIkh IIiiidp.i and Oldcnn aro nld
iiiii'b own loniiioKltloiiH. Maudo
llockwoU's two immlicih are woll ro
ccd, and rho loutlnues to get tlio
hlg 9111I of the applause each night.
Cm Kdii Chuvc, Hail) Carrlty, llarrl
McQiilio a 'ii Harry Stum t nio at
thrlr hei.t In "A l'nlr of Schomnra,"
and lietwecn tlio nuartct thero Is
111a 11 ' 11 Iniigli handed out. I.aiuel
Atkins1 Imltatli.UK of Harry I..iuder
am the pent piece of work that ulin
liar done here. Olga Stech haa a
lefieyhlug clianse hi liar daintily
done ,ii 'laity, her four "Naughty
l!rs" liclng one of the lills of tho
vt tiii: c.iii'iiii:.
At the Kmplre, for a xliort 'iigiiKn
nieut, 'I lioinpFon and tho DcKinoiid
plKters are iippeiirlug, having opened
to a hlg house lait night. This tlio
necd.i no pufllng to help the ho olllco
reiellit", as all-lound vaiiilnvllli) eu
teitiiluciH they nru Heeoud to none. If
j on 1110 looking for ainiiKeuiu'it go to
TIiIh week, the dancing of )IUi l)a
A I vn In par oxcllenee It la far and
away the mofct graceful dancn tills
little aitlxt haa done In Honolulu. Hy
way of a chango Mlxs 1,'va will, for
tho latter part of the week do an 01
leiital Kong and dance
; Iowa weie icliullt In one hour by
ten thousand f.irmeia, with an out
lay of not one cent, aitonllng to a
Htory In (I cod Roads Advocate fur
Tho Aihociilc stor) followa:
Tho greatest piece of toad build
ing the world ever witnessed was
pulled oh In Iowa last week when,
In tho alioit space of one glnglo hour,
a lino or ro.id 380 miles in length
mid vtrctchliig entirely across tho
Stale of Iowa, was put in the moat
perfect tnudliluti of any load west
of the .Mississippi rlcr. Weeks mid
! mouths weie spent In prcpailug for
the woll,, hut pot a pick nor shovel
was lived until the designated second
was ticked off. Then, iib If" by
magic, lu.iKHI workmen swarmed out
I (into the loadway anil when they
cciiHCil work, CO minutes later, Iowa
had one of the llucst long-distance
roads In the West.
Anil not the least Interesting thing
In connexion with the tremendous
piece of work Is tho fact that not u
man of the entire 10,000 engaged
on tho woik received one cent of
wages. (iood will nml patriotism
alono mc i ('sponsible for the splen
did showing. In addition to benefit
ing by the road which was built so
inpldly and mi well, tho Stale of
lowu has lecelvcd an Impetus toward
good roads that will undoubtedly
land It In the very flout ranks of
tlioso Slates whlih call brag 011 their
Country Roads Fearful.
AH tlioso who have passed through
town liming tho wet season have
niaivclcd al tho terrible conditions
of the ( ountry hlghwas. With
practlcall) no macadam In the Slate,
thocoiiutr) roads 111 e of the "gumbo"'
order In tho winter, whllo in sum
mer the) aro ni.thlng but long lines
of dual which seem, at times, to ilso
up and obscure over) thing within
Lust winter tho Iowa mads bo
came so. fearfully bad tli.it tralll1'
was piaitlcill) killed and funnels
were (ompelled simply to remain In
their homes. Tho condition reach
ed a climax and a general demand
for hotter loads was voiced nil over
tho State. Country and frntn news
papers took up tho cry and advo
cated that something bo done.
Mtially the matter of roads became
a po.lt leal question, and both par
ties got behind the movement, (iov-
ernor Carroll called a "good roads"
! meeting at Des Moines early last
. .Mai.h. and nut of this meeting wan
evoncii mr piiin 01 11 rncriii liver
10.nl, stielchlng fiom Council Ulna's
on tho Missouri river to llivenpoit
(ii Hie Mlt.slst.lppl, a dlstnn e nf IISll
miles straight acioss tho State from
east to west.
Advice of the Convcnfcn Followed.
"Make the iier-tn-rler 10.nl as
neai pel feet is Is posslblo to make
Jnt ciniinon dirt" was tho soiiko of
1 he gi 1 ! convention.
I... end 1' rppolnllng new com
mittees to hni'iMe Hie work, tho leg
ular Itcpuli.li an and Democratic
committees In each counly thiough
which tho road would pass wcro ap
pealed to. The chairmen of the c 0111 -inlttees
of eacli party wero asked to
gut In the gauiu mid work for tho
load. Kvery 0110 agiced to do so, and
boon a rivalry was cieated between
tho Republicans and Democrats, each
to see wlilc h party would have tlio
most workmen "011 tlio Job" when the
lime for woik arrived.
I.ust Satin da) was selected as tho
day, and from !l o'clock to 10 o'clock
tho hour of work. ,
l'vory farmer along the way was
personally seen by the coniinltleea
anil practically ovory man agiced to
Kho.lhu 0110 hour that was asked
for. Km mors wero asked to hi lug
their plows, sernpers and road dings
and an omanlzntlon equal to I hose
oiuplo)(d In piofcssloual rallioad
.building was worked out.
I In the weeks piccudlng tho woik
all bridges and culveits along tlio
.read, wero tepalred and put In first
vlusf older ,tliut no delay might coino
to tho mad builders when olica tho
hitler stinted ivoikiug. '
Tho lesult of tho organization was
rhnwn Satiindny. Bluntly bo
,fmo u o'clock in tlio morning farm
eis began getting out In tho road.
Iliiudieds anil thousands of plows,
pi lis, shovels, scrapers, load dines,
Kiudliig machines and other Implo-
juients weie biouslit tilling. I'vpr;
'farmer hinughi his team with hi. 11.
Superintendents and overseers lin I
, been appointed In lendlucss when,
pioniptl) at 9 o'clock, tho order was
lajued to "fall III."
And 10,000 detci mined men "foil
to." l'or an hour thoj (nntlirued,
All run down, easily tired, nerv
ous? And do not know what
to take? Then go direct to
your doctor. Ask his opinion
of Aycr's Sarsaparilla. It con
tains no alcohol, no stimulation,
and Is a blood purifier, a nerve
tonic, a strong alterative, an aid
to digestion. Ask your doctor
about Aycr's non-alcoholic Sar
saparilla as a strong tonic for
Ttmnl by Dr. I. C. Anr t Co., l..tl, Mm , U. S. H.
HO! FORTHE BEACH
Tho Salvation Army Is planning n
freo children's outing, Tliey nro go
ing to lako a hlg crowd of children
to Waiklkl bench lor a good tlmo next
Saturday. From Uie native Hawaiian
down to the latest coiners,' the chil
dren of the Russians In the camp at
lwilel, Including Chinese, Japanese,
I'orlo Hlciins and the others without
regard to ruro or creed, nil who ap
ply will bo welcomed, and tho mora
What tho officer In charge of tlio
local corps needs to make tills flee
(lifting possible and acceptable lo tho
llttlo folks Is money for tiausportn
Hon and materials for a good lunch
for the little folkB, besides sonic few
skipping ropes, baseballs and bits,
and prles for running races, etc.
Then (-nine small Hags to wnvo o'i
tho trolley ilde to and from the beach
will mid zest ami enthusiasm for tli 1
voting Ameiicaii crowd of Hltle fol
Knougli grown folks will go along to
make it sure and happy Tor tho liab'.cn
and klndeigaiicu slo children.
Touiild the .lllich there cm be used
blend, butter, jelly, bananas, oraimes
or apples, cukes, peanuts, soda water,
Ice and kumo little meat, too, r
sandwiches ind any other apiiroprU j
A good liiiub, a good ride, a pood
swim for the bigger boy.i and girls
and 'i Jolly all round good lime, "
C'iriitiu.iR ' In Hie iiouiiier tlmo Is
wl.iii tic llttlo folks l.ave le.irrod to
look lorwurd to when tho Sahatlon
Ainiv has u Heo chi dreii s outing, 'ind
tho ailjul ml docs :n 1 util lo .1 li-sip-point
vo many Hltle ones who 'i.i.e
looked forward to this event all the
vii"atliiii. fo fin
Send your eoiitilbutlon or check lo
S.ihallou Army, (omer Nun inn mid
King stuet, euro Adjutant M. T.
llryant, olllcer In charge, or send a
card to have some 0110 call for con
tribution addressed lo tho Salvation
Army, llux M8, city
wliiUi have stood tho test of time
deiene a place in tlio medliliio clictt
of every family. Mothers uro todav
administering to theit children the
remedies their grandmothers used.
b'or thirty .veins, I.ydla J. l'lnk
Iiiiiu'h Vegetablo Compound, made
fro'.i mols and herbs, has been cur
ing (lie women (ifith(s country from
tho win si foi m of "fumiilu Ills, at' 1
merit alono could havo stood such a
test of tlmo and won su Ii uu out I
able 1 ('(Old.
Tlio following dilll iuiIpi ha 'men
lulled for the N. (!. II :
National (luaril of Hawaii.
Ileaihiuaitcis, I'lrtl Inruut.'.
Iloni.luln, Aui'.in- II. lino.
(JeneiMl Order No. IS
Companies and det.u limeuiH it tin
I'list liilautr), Na'i'iuu! (inn I of
llijwall, stationed ,l Uouidu'ii, will
iisrPinliM under r ins (it .lli'i Drlll
thed 0:1 .Sunday, Ancmf J I. IHI), ,U
::in a. in., fopiltj!!.
lly older of ynl'jin ' ' oirlt;
TTIOR l ft MM INS.
dipt, and A'.Ji l,t ltii ', (1 II,
Silk Vests, - $2.75 to $4 each
Cotton Sleeveless, 15c to 20c ea
Lisle Sleeveless, 25c to $1.75 ea
Lisle Thread, H-.N., L.S., 35c each
3 for $1.00
Lisle Thread, L.N., S.S., 35c each
3 for $1.00'
Lisle Thread, H.N., S.S., 60c each
Lisle Thread, H.N., S.S., 60c each
Lisle Thread, L.N., S.S., 60c each
WHITNEV & MARSH, Ltd.
The Thor Electric
Washer and Wringer
will launder your clothes In n sanitary manner IN YOUR
OWN HOME, with no hand labor.
Electricity Does the Work
Attach the cord to an electric liglit tockct and make
wash day n day of rest. '
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
I02f N'uimnu St
Honolulu Institute hr Physiotherapy
CORNER BERETAKIA AND KICHAKUS STREETS P. 0. BOX 410
Open riom 0 A. M to 7 V M , Except Sunday
AH kinds of Hirdiic I.ii;ht U lis (1.1-te, red, white and vloletV
Strfltn Baths: Tutkish Itiissmn, Vi r Hrcl'c, Nauhcim. Ctrbonio' Ar
and Oxygen, or Alcdkal Baths; MaisiiRc. X-Rays and HiRh Frequency,
Wrpin tti'ifnn( for ladies
Leave Hawaii Fromo'inn (JomiiiiHcj Hcadquarlcn
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FriDAY J0:30 a. m., Pali; 3 p. m.,
J'.oiiinltia or Punchbowl.
TUESDAY. THURSDAY and SATURDAY 10:30 a. ta., around
Diamond Head; 3 p. m., IV li
SUNDAY 10:30 a. m.. Pali; :i p m . arnuiid Diamond Head.
OHATtflE V".V PASSENQER, .fl
Cars ran be hired for special orensions, $5 per hour. Tor par.
Hawaii Promotion Committee
Honolulu Power Wann Co.. Owncrv OHlcc and QaraRC, South
Strct NeRr King
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
f Hoars tho
Elgnaturo of Cca-fy
Major (iPflcrnl (Irant at New Vol k
id lined he had little fultli Hi the
'i'eioil (lull the new Klllli Klllis mo
IboIuc to revoliitloiilKo modern war-f.iio.
10 ii'i'lnck till) work Wis llnldhr
nml the fanueis went back to tile'
I'elds, leavhiK Iowa In poxst'sslou of
Hie Pnest ilern of loiii; dWtanco loa I
ii) In tlio We it,
i h i ' l 'I nt lc ii :i luniate n
ili r i.nu It I-. I'bli , ol.llei'
' 'i '- Mi" I o a dlvoii i) alie'
b. viii) liie,i i-.tai.iled iiem Ills wlf'i
till a ie Ullill I ;iHiM 1 111. I lllbl
iiicnl In tin' I' vll V:i" tllt veai
For One Week Only
, B.Kerr &Co.,Ltd.