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EVENING HULLETIN, IIONOLULU,T. IL,Tlltin8DAY. SEPT. 22, 1910.
Crisp nnd Fresh from the Eastern mnrkcts, arc now being
' shown in all the departments of our large store.
Our display of FAIL and WINTER MILLINERY shows
" omc very beautiful elects in
Dress and Tailored Hats
SACHS DRY GOODS CO.,
Corner Fort and Bcrctania Streets Opposite Fire Station
For the Children's Sake
. , ' INSIST UPON HAVING PURE MILK
THE POND DAIRY'S
MILK IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. SANITARY SURROUND
'INOS AND HEALTHY CATTLE.
THE QUART, 12V2 CENTS
NEW RULING MAY
KEEP HINDUS OUT
Immigration Bureau Construes
Law Against Pauper Labor
to Include All Aided,
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 9.
That the authorities ot tho bureau
of immigration Intontl to tnko un
iiKiiul steps to cut down Immigration
In tho country l Indicated by an
older that hug keen sent to n num
ber ot stations along tho Atlantic
coast and will soon reach San Fran
cisco. The new order Is a liberal con
struction of that section ot the Im.
migration act which provides that no
portion whoso passage has been paid
by n society or corporation shall bo
Tho Intention of this section Is
to prevent tho admission of pauper
Under tho new Interpretation ot
this provision the authorities Intend
to hold that tho section also applies
to all persons who receive aid of In
dividuals. If they rocolvo their
ticket from n iclatlvo In this coun
try It will bo taken as an Indication
that they nro not self-supporting and
they will be deported.
Under this ruling, If adhered to,
Immigration may bo cut in half. It
certainly will havo tho effect of pre
venting the Importation ot pauper
The Increased precautions that nro
being taken by tho department to
protect American labor Indicate that
restrictions will be Increased all
along tho line. With this new In
tcrprctatlon of the law It Is not like
ly that uuy Hindus will get through
tho San Francisco station, as tho or
fleers can exclude all persons deem'
cd undesirable, and thcro are few
Hindus who come hero unaided.
KIDNAPERS OF BOY
meca's Father Dcnjcs that
He Paid Ransom,
STOP at the HOTEL MANX
IN SAN FRANCISCO
j This magnificent hotel is situated, on Powell street, in
the heart of the city, immediately accessible to all the
shops theaters, railroad ticket offices, etc. ,
EUROPEAN FLAN Bedroom, utth detached bath,
$1.50 and upwards; with private bath. $2 and upwards;
jiarlor, bedroom and private bath, $5 to $10.
AMERICAN PLAN $3 and up per day.
NOT ONLY THE BEST AT THE PRICE, BUT THE
EQUAL OF ANY AT ANY PRICE.
Honolulu Representative's WILLIAM D0UTHITT.
ROOM 308, McCANDLESS BUILDING
A CANDY PEDDLER
Sells Sweets From a Tray
London Streets Litera
ture His Recreation,
For School Use
Our Stock ot
Is very largo and .contains
every grada ot Kxorclso or
Composition Hooks used In
tho Schools of tho Islands.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Building
ly l I ? ' '
Eaton, Crane & l'lko's fine sta
tionery for, correspondence
Tho right place to buy jour Sta
tloncry and Malik Hooka.
WALL. NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Office Supply Co.,
0L0BE-WERNICKE FILING CABI
NETS and BOOKCASES,
GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
031 FORT STREET
Book! "Books! Books!
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Young Bide.
rendU, Paper and All School
A. B, AHLKI0K & CO,
Hotel, Hear Fort
'. ruNuuau9ti er
AV.R FULLER CO.
Lowers & Cooke,
177 SOUTH KING
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER ' AND EMBALMEB
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
Phone 1179 Night Call 1014
Compartments in the
For Particulars Inquire of
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO,
Will do it
THE RENEAR CO.
ALQAR0BA BEAN MILLS
The Pioneer Plumber
183 MERCHANT STREET
I.O.N'DOX, Sept. 10. Outside olllco
hours, business men of London havo
n wonderful and cheap method ot ab
sorbing culture. Thcro Is stationed
on Lothbiiry, n street aJust bo hi ml tho
Hank of Knglnnd, a paragon ot learn
ing with Whom anyone desiring to Im
prove his French, German, Spanish,
Italian, Latin, Greek or Kngllsh muy
com or so by buying a penny-worth of
chocblatc". William Shcppcrly, n
street-seller of candy, is this learned
Seven years ago Bhepporly found
himself, no longer u young mun, out
ot employment, at tho end ot his re
sources, und with no prospect of ob
taining work. Ills wlfo nnd thrca
young children were dependent on
lilm, nnd ho purchased a largo tray,
stocked It with chocolates, mid took
up a position In tho city. Ho has re
mained In Lothbury over since, nnd
would not chango his way ot living
except for something absolutely por
munent. Satisfied with an occupation that
procures him n living, ho has his
books nnd his pen for Intellectual
companionship. Kvcry morning ha
gots up at 3 o clock In ordor to rend
and wrlto for some hours beforo tak
ing ui, his Bland on tho streot Ho
has written four one-act and two four
act society plnys, ono of which hna
been highly praised by a lending Lon
don manageress and a leading provin
INVENTS BIG AIRSHIP
German Eneineor Gets Up
Flier of Novel Design,
HKItLIN, Sept. 2. An airship of a
decidedly nnvul design has been In
vmted by nu engineer In this country.
Perhaps tho most Important ndvantago
claimed Is that In an ulrshlp of this
di'slgn tho escape of gus would bo
2000 tlniCH less than Is tho case In
an oidluary balloon, This novel diri
gible Is made entirely of wood, tho
balloon Itself consisting of three lay
eis ot Canadian pi no, It Is reported
that tho length of tho airship Is 40U
feet, tho diameter 45 feet, und thut
Its motlvo power Is supplied by two
75-horsopower engines. It Is well
known that wood is an excellent nou
conductor of heat, und It Is owing to
this fenturo that tho Inventor claims
that so small an amount of gas will
ho ahlo to csenpe.
Should tho designer's anticipations
prove correct ho will certainly hate
dono much to mako It possible to un
dertake nights of a very great length.
ami ho Is said lo ho confident that n
illilglblo iiiauufuctmcd acrnidlng to
his design would bu capable of ro
mainliiK In tho air for weeks together.
In the event of Its being possible to
curry ji sufficient amount of jKitrol
votuges neioss tho Atlantic or tho
Pnrllle oceans should llhercfVirn bo
within nicasurnblo distance of helug
NBW VOItK. September 10. Al
though Michael Sclnieca, tho three-year-old
son of Dr. Mlch.icl Sclmccn
n well-known Italian, u today with
his relatives alter having been held
for nearly three months a captlvo by
kidnapers, tho nliductors ot the boy
have so far escaped tho police drag
net. Tho lad wan returned late last night
to the homo of Dr. Sclmcca's father-in-law,
Dr. Michael I'ctrclla, In llrook
lyn. Tho pollco had heard that Dr.
Sclmccn was trying to ralsa $7,uoo,
which had been demanded as a r.m-'
som for tho boy. l)r Sclmcca, how-'
ever, denied that ho had paid a cent
for tho return of tho child. I-"lfty dc-
teethes failed to find traco of tho.
kidnapers though they knew-thu boy
was to bo returned.
Much mystery surrounds the cir
cumstances of tho child's icappenr-
ante. It wns said at tho I'ctrclla
home Hint n telephone message wax
received during tho evening that lit
tle Michael would be found walking
In I-tfty-sIx street, Manhattan. The
I'ctrcllas drove In their cnrrlaga to
Hint locality, I hey said, and spied tho
lad atone on tho sidewalk. The boy
uttcrcd a cry of Joy when he saw his
relatives and wns soon snugly wrap
ped up In tho cnrrlngc and on tho
wny to the I'ctrclla Hrooklyn home.
Up to this afternoon Iho boy had
not been taken from tho I'ctrclla homo
to that of his paronts on Iho tower
east side of Manhattan. Lieutenant
Vnnchrls of the. Italian sipiad declar
ed that ho knows tho Identity of tho
boy's captors and urrcsts are con
NORTH POLE EXPLORER
CHARTS NEW COUNTRY
Wire From Labrador Says
Professor MacMillan Has
Reached George River,
NKW YOItK, September 12. Pro
fessor Donald II. MacMillan of Wor
cester Academy, who uccompanlod
Commander Peary on his trip lo the
Noith Polo, sent word to frlcndif hero
today that his parly, which explored
tho land west of Davis Inlet, had been
successful. In a dispatch from Labra
dor, dated -August 30th, Professor
"It might Intercut oii to, know that
on a trip has been successful. Our
plan was to Strike duo west from
Davis Inlet ncrohm conn try, through an
unexplored section, until wu enmo to
tho Qcorga river, hoping ru route to
discover many unknown lakes and the
icgutnr trail of theso people to the
"Wo did ull that we planned and
more; took sights for longltudo mid
latitude at various, jlnts on tho trip
pnssed through three largo lakes, tho
largest Mls-Tcr-Nlpl, about 25 miles,
and came to the (leorgo, 150 miles
from tho coast. Wo passed ono night
In a lodgo with tho Indians at Chcn-K-Teo-VIs,
on tho banks of n river."
PIIXS CURED IN O TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMUNT Is Rtiarantced
to euro any rato of Itching, lllind,
JilcciliiiK or I'lotnullng Piles In 6 to
days or money rcfunilcil.--Mnile liy
PARIS Ml'.WCINIi CO., Halut U,
U. 8. of A. '
COSTS $3750. A DAY
Flowers Sent Patient in Twen
ty Days and Messages
Cost $10,000 Each,
NEWPOHT, It. L, Sept. 2. Itcgl
nald Vnnderbllt has been III just
twenty days It ml It, Is conservatively
estimated today that It has cost him,
his family and his friends, Just 70,
Hero are soma of tho chief Items
l-'ccs ot Doctors Knupp und
Wireless and telegraphic mes
sages . . . , 10,000
Flowers tent, to patient.... 10,000
Nurses, extra maids and chauf
Ilcglnnld Vauderbllt and his fain
Ily nro pets of tho cottugo sottlo
Ills daughter, Miss Kathleen, has
bcon given a series of afternoon en
tertainments to havo her forget the
Illness which has suspended social
festivities at Handy Point Farm,
which was to havo been tho scene
of tho uuiiual dinner tonight In
honor of tho officials nnd exhibitors
of the Newport Horse Show und oth
MOTHER EARTH WEIGHS
SEVEN TRILLION TONS
Dolicato Apparatus Used Ouly
at Night to Prevent Foot
falls Jarring Instrument,
NKW YOItK, Sept. 10. Mother
Knrth weighs seven trillion tons,
Heinhurd A. Wetzel, Instructor In
physics In tho College of tlm City of
New York, has finished u series of ex
periments by which he has computed
tho Height of the Hpluuo The uppur
utus used was so delicate that the ex
periments weru tarried on entirely
after midnight, In avoid even the Jar
ring of footfalls in the on blurs.
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THE MAN who once buys
CLOTHES may be relied upon as
a steadfast customer, and the
man's intimates are converted.
Men who possess the desire to
wear clothes of fashion, but "who
have fought that desire for$brice
sake" can obtain style andplor
im? by wearing BENJAMIN
not high-priced, but they arehigh
grade in design and quality.
THREATS OF REVOLUTION IN PORTUGAL FRIGHTEN '
KING MANUEL AND DUKE OF OPORTO
LISIIO.V, Portugal, Aug 21? Tho
government Is gieatly disturbed over
tho Intcnso activity of tho republi
cans In preparing for tin; general
elections which are to bo held noxt
Sunday. Tho candidates for nfllce,
many of them men of prominence, In
cluding olfhers of tho army and nnvy,
hava entered every constituency In
tho comi'rv. The uulhorllles huvo
seurched iho homed of u (lumber of
ropublicuiis nnd have found slorca of
ammunition. It Is known that n
quantity of rllles und revolvers daily
uro being smuggled Into llm country
across tho Spanish frontier und that
the republicans now uro well urmud.
It is fear-.'d that the elections will bo
marked hj disturbances. 11 is raid
that tho Duko of Oporto, heir apparent
to tho throne, has taken icfugo !n u
portress at tor hearing of tho forma
tion of sow ml regiments" to Join tlm
revolutionists. Despite tho sll
enco of tho government It Is
understood that tho trohblo between
it and Mm-. Toutl had lis origin in the
campaign of tin, clerlcls following tho
government censuring of tho nreh-
bishop of Itrngu for suppressing n
Portuguese Krninflicau uun-spu;r
without submlltliig thu order to tho
Portuguohi government for approval)-
and becuiibo of thu alleged action ot
the Vatican lu placing dllllcultlod In'
the way of tho uppnlutiticnt ot an am-if.
. . .,.-... Mi
uassauor lo ijht tAiican, v ,
DUTY OF PRESIDENT
IS TO GO TO CHURCH
Cincinnati Pastor Says Diio
Results Would Follow If
Ho Missed Services,
MANCIIJIHI lilt, Mint, Kept. II,
Tlmt I Im' I'rwhlflit or II"' Hulled
Ktiitss U nspis lally nmliH' toiiimloii
to go lo church every Sunday ws
though ho hluisulf were a mlnlHler or
u deacon, Is Iho statement ot tho Hov
(li-orge A. Thayer of t'liitduuatl. uldu
ly know u us "Piesldeiit Tuft's fulhitr,"
who U vlsltlpg here.
"Piesldeiit Tall has taken uioru In
1,'1,'Ht In chin ch matters since ho
caput Into nlllei-," lr. Thajer said to
day. "The rsHsou for tll, luwfnr .It
coiiiim Html lo llug a n llm I llm
Picsldi'iit must attend -rliujeh la not ,'
far (, seek. Supposo hu l'ruslilnnt '
neveiv went In church at ull. It Aould'
not Im long (iidorc all tho coiuiiy.
would I hi im In arms bucausi, tli IlhI
of tlm nation wan cither all Infidel or
wholly unlit for his hlKli-xson
Tit luiii'l 'tilings
itpt' mcii'iiud WiiTneii,
it ! to mil uut ukiui
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