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- EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II, FIUDAY, SEPT 23. 1910 3" t
j; i " i'Fems1 fight- be free from r :i 1
i Crljp and Fresh from the Eastern markets, ore now being
' - 'shown in nil. the departments of our large store.
jU' - in Hu.iiiB uepunmeim m uur laiBo .. Ashford' Is reluctant to widen tho Is Incurable fcWMi 1 fsLVSM mTTTP TlT A AT 1 1 i
4" II I . I breach In tlio Democratic ranks hut .... . Ii-'fli :ii IK3i n l'i V H N Willi HIH'H 1 VS . A
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. ' t Our display of FALL and WINTER MILLINEIIY shows
some very beautiful elects in
s - Feather Hats
Dress and Tailored Hats
SACHS DRY GOODS CO.,
Corner Fort and Berctania Streets Opposite Fire Station
For the Children's Sake
INSIST UPO.V HAVING PURE MILK
THE POND DAIRY'S
MILK IS ABSOLUTELY PUKE. SANITARY SURROUND
INGS AND HEALTHY CATTLE.
THE QUART, i2a CENTS TELEPHONE 2890
STOP at the HOTEL MANX
IN SAN FRANCISCO
This magnificent hotel is situated on Powell street, in
the heart of the city, immediately aoccssiblo to all. the
, shops, theaters, railroad tioket offices, 'etc.
EUROPEAN PLAN Bedroom, with detached bath,
$1.50 and upwards; with private bath, $2 and upwards;
' jiarlor, bedroom and ptirate bath, $5 to $10.
AMERICAN PLAN $3 and -up per day.
0r ONLY THE BEST AT THE PRICE, BUT THE .
EQUAL OF ANY .AT ANY PRICE.
' Honolulu Representative: WILLIAM DOUTHITT.
ROOM 308, McCANDLESS BUILDING
For School Use
Our Stock of
Is very large and lontnlus.
every grade of Kxorclso or
Composition Hooks used In
the Schools of tho Islands.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Building
Eaton,, Crane A. Tike's lino sta
tionery for correspondence.
The right place to buy jour Sta
tionery ami llliinl; Hooks.
WALL NICHOLS CO., LTD.
u King Street
Office Supply Co.,
QLOBE-WERNICKE FILING CABI-
NETS and BOOKCASES,
GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
031 FORT STREET
BooKs! Books! Books!
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Yonni? Bldg,
Pencils, Paper and All School
A. B. A1H.EI0H & CO,
Hotel, Near Fort
. AV.P. FULLER c CO.
Lowers & Cooke,
177 SOUTH KING
' M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 1170 Night Call 1014
Compartments in the
' City Mausoleum
For Particulars Inquire of
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO,
Will do it
THE RENEAR CO.
ALOAROBA BEAN MILLS
The Pioneer Plumber
183 MERCHANT STREET
INTO OPEN Rheuaiatism a Correct Clothes : j
(Continued from Pace 1)
they lira Kalnkleln and Hnnapl Is
Admitted by several of the "uiitcrrl
lied1' wlio, by the wuj, are Betting
soihcwhat terrified at tlio split In
Ashford' Is reluctant to widen the
breach In tlio Democratic ranks, but
he sa)8 that ho wants to get out ami,
work for the ticket, nml that ho
can't do It wlthvsomo of tho men on
It who wcro put tlicro by tho boss
controlled convention. .
"I don't like McCnndlesa' methods
a little bit," ho said this morning,
"for they saver too much of Iiosslsm
for good Democrats. What I llko
even less Is tho Senatorial tlcl.et.
And I dlsllko It so much that next
Monday night in) self and somo other
Democrats who stand for better
things will go beforo the county aim
palgn comrilttco and say a few
things that will bo heard.
"I Bhould llko to support a straight
ticket, and to get out and mako
'speeches for my party, but I won't
do It until some of the men who are
on the ticket got off."
Mav Be Forced to Resicn.
Asked as to how to get them off,
Mr. A nh ford replied that the opposl
lion may develop so strongly that
they will bo forced to resign, and
tho county committee would then be
In u position to 1)11 tho vn ancles.
The open fight In tho party ranks
Is regarded us a logical result of tho
Convention's action. Col. C. J. Mc
Carthy has turned a deaf car to the
suggestions of Democrats that ho
tonsont to becomo campaign manager
In the count) fight, and today It Is
considered certain that tho fight
against the Senatorial slato, which Is
rcnll) a revolt against McCandless,
will hnvo Col, McCarthys silent s)in
pntliy If not his actlo support.
The scrap Is still In It. Infancy,
utid It was onl) today that tho dis
satisfied clement had settled upon
any plan of action. That this wing
will bo pretty strong by next Mon
day (light Is a foregono conclusion
( Continued from Pare l.V
from tho Coast, wlicro it la being
built expressly for tho dredging om
pany, and with It will come oilier
spoilal apparatus for some of tho
harder bottom which It has been
found neccssar) to remote.
Willi tho installation of tills new
dredgo there will bo tjircc dredges
at work at I'carl Harbor on the corn
pan) 'a contract. In addition to the
ono which has boon there for sonic
tlmo, the dredgo which was for a
considerable period at work at Wal
klkl has been taken to Pearl Har
bor, and with tho new 'dredgo all
threo will be In operation before tho
first of tho year, according to pres
In speaking this morning of tho
work being dono, Kobcrt Clarki en
gineer with tho Hawaiian Dredging
Companj, stated that tho work was
progressing In good shape and tho
difficulties to ho overcome In tho
dredging operations In regard to
hard bottom,-etc., wcro as great aa
had beon anticipated.
Ewa. Plantation Dovotes Up
lands to Ropo Plant
Prjces to Go Up,
Tho glowing of sisal In theso Isl
ands Is steadily coming to foio and
bids fair to bicomu ono of tho leading
Industries lu the not distant future.
At Uwa this branch of agriculture Is
being Kltcn u thorough chanco to sco
nhat tlicro Ik in it. Tho uplands that
liuvo In-'i'ii given ocr to tho growth
oCulnal Is being furnished with a good
suppl) of water and proper care taken
fllie plants. There are about eight
hundred acre of land dovotod to tho
growing or this plant, and with thn
piospcctH of better prices inflow
thcio will bo iiioru land dootcd to
Kwa has another patch of slsal In
llio low laiidH that )lvlds about forty
biilcs ier month, but It is oxpoctcd
that wlun tho new slsal plantation Is
read) for harvesllnglho output, will
reach In Ihu neighborhood of one huu
dred mid fifty ImIoh per month
Thn piodurt of Ihn local slsal plun
lallons Is bundled Ii) tho Tllbbs Cord
airo Compjii) on tho toast
pilcs curtcD in o to h days.
I'AZO OINTMIJNT U guaranteed
tu turu uny case of Itching, llliml,
llltc-illiiK or Protruding I'ilci In b to
ililiysnrinomyrifuuiliil Mndo by
1'AIUS MI'.DlfiNI! CO.,Kaltit liU,
By Keeping Your Blood in A I, l rt l '1
Good Condition. PMk JL? 01 lVieil ,' J
Read This Denver Man's Experi
ence Even if You Are Certain
That Your Rheumatism
Tlio sjftom which h rundown tllrongh
overwork or worry, or delniilnteil from
ny caue Is In constant danger from an
Attack nf rheumatism. ..
In rlieitmatisni tho blortl ii always
thin. Nolmly lias cer soon a true cam
of acute rlieuinstisin in which tho blood
wbji rich and red.
A coure ol treatment with Dr. Wil
liams' link lills inakes rich, red blood
And tliercby croatos a condition of the
system In which rheumatism Is Impos
sible. A recently rrjiortoil euro by tii treat
ment Is that of Mr. O. N. Jonpn, of No.
3110 Wivt Thirty-first Atomic, l)emcr,
Colo. "I was ery inucli nm down from
overwork," io sajs, "and rheumatism
doo!oci. I had steady pains across the
back and At times would get so stlir that
I could hardly stralglik'n out Sometime
tho pains would extend down tlio sciatic
none nt tho llnilo, tlien aitnln there
woulil bo shooting palm through other
pArta ol my body.
"I kept losing flesh, Ami could not
got a good night's rest My stomach w as
In bod condition and I had no desire to
est. All tho medicine. I took was of little
Account until I trim! Dr Williams' llnk
Tills. I had but little faith in their do
ing mo any good but after taking ono
Ik)x I felt so much 1 ttrr tint I pent for
more. They Alwolntoly cured ni And
Although my work ol mining engineer
takes me In tho damp and wet a great
ileal I iiAonovcr had tho rheumatism
Dr. Williams' I'ink Tills Arc puaran
teed to bo safo And harmless to tlio most
delicate, constitution. They contain no
morphine, opiatu, narcotic, or Anything
to caiiso a drug liAbit. Owing Co their
blood-building property they Are Invalu
able In tho tnatimnt ol stall disease as
Ainrmia, green sicknem, rheumatism, And
tho. Aftcr-cirivts of foyers
lh- WilllAius' I'ink Tills ato sold by
All druggists, or w 111 lie sent, portpaid, on
receipt of pnoo, fiO cents jer box: six
boxes for 2 0, by tho Dr. Williams
.Moiicino uompany, ocnenectady, n. l .
(Continued from Pace 1)
Tho Hcgatta Committee Iuih put up
a prlzo of $30 and (hero wll bo boiiiu
Ilvcl) work on tho course for n short
tlmo' tomorniw afternoon.
Tho paddlers who nro representing
tho lmoles object to bo called tho Out
rigger Club crow, but as tho puhtlr
knows them by that name It will
Will Point Direction of Ship in
Distress to Rescuers,
WABIIINOTON. Sept. 10. Tho last
touch of perfection to tho uso of the
wireless as n safet) appllanco to tdilps
has been added by several Italian
scientists who havo collaliorated on
n "compass actuated by Hertzian
This compiss dlffcra from tho usual
nccdlo used In navigation In that It
la' not scnsltUo to tho earth's mag
not, but to Ihu electrical currents,
With tbls (levied aboard, u ship's cip
taln In Ihu foggiest weather, cau lo-
catji any nenrby ossel that Is send
Ing out wireless messages as tlio nco
dlo points directly to tho center of
the electric currents sent nut from tho
Llkowlso when n vossol In distress
sends nut tlio wireless C. Q. I), call
for help, nn approaching rcscuo ship
Is directed by tills compass illrtctly
to tho ship Onu of tho groatust ban
(Heaps luietofoio has been the delay
which has occurred during tho seurrli
for tlio wrickQd ship through repeated
wire-less directions In tlio Inslaticu
of Ihu sinking of tho steamship Ho
public, ono of tho most notable In
Htuucos nf tho valuo of tho wireless
In calling aid to wrcckod ships, tlio
vcsgcl drifted u great dlstanco utter
sending out tho C. 0, I) call.
This necessitated ji four hour search
by Iho rescuing shlji after It had
reached tho oiiglniil locution tele
gtaphed by tlio Ilupubjic. Hud tho
condition of tho llqpubllo been more
critical, tlio result of Iho dolav might
hnvn been disastrous. Willi tills now
rnmpass, this difficult) woulil luuo
been obWalcd. '
Manuger 0oreml has secured Coon
Thompson fur cuio of the attractions
nt Iho Kmplru Thoiilro and with thn
AffhigiKi Hlxters nn oteellout vaiih
llln entertainment Is glvon The new
tljins Dial urilvfd on tho Hie rru uro
about Iho best III it IlllVu ciimo lotown,
Tho (iHilmss of tho Ibeatio ilurlng
Iho ii i cut licit spell has uiiidu the Km
pi it) u Iium'ii of rest on wurui uftui
noons and m tilings
Tim euHlent vn) In iiianne a wfn
Is her wn
lliiuglilliiess Is ono nf iho llilngs
llml iloeKli'l m) tool illihlKlnlii
i nil nFiciii nil n iiinuvnu nirwiirii it- i in MHL.m-i a v m
; : ;.j HF X ALFRED BENJAMIN1 1
W. AilZmwM CLOTHES may be relied upon as ' J
M 'J III
' j ' "BEHIND SCENES"
She Is Amazed at tho Rapidity
With Which Scenc-Shift-
drs Do Their Work.
NIWYOIIK, Sept. 10.--lt was u
cnt.0 of "Alice In Wonderland" when
Mrs. Nicholas Longworth spent nn
hour behind tlio scenes of tho Knlck
orluwlior Thentcr durlnc tho List act
of "Tho Orcadians," wutchlng the
iinfoldlng of tho charming stor) irom
tho wings and then mndo a round of
tho dressing rooms and dched Into
till tho fascinating mysteries of life
on tho other sldo of the footlights.
rrom Newport to the land whoro
untruth Is a deadly'sln was a strango
Jdumcy Indeed. "Tho Arcadlaus,"
The EVltNING BULLETIN is an example of the sure
reliance of the experienced business man in the upbuild
ing of his trade through judicious newspaper advertising.
THE MAN who once buys
a steadfast customer, and the
man's 'intimates, are converted.
Men whd possess the desire to
wear clothes of fashion, but who
have fought that desire for "price
sake" can obtain style and tailor
ing by wearing BENJAMIN
BENJAMIN CLOTHES are
not high-priced, but they are high
grade in design and quality.
be It known, do not permit of even
u fatlilon.ilile lib, nml tlicro was a
keen satisfaction In viewing tho Well
'of Tiuth that figures no promlnenl)
In tho action of tho pla after torn
lug direct from America's most prom
Inenf rummer resort.
Mr. and Mrs. longworth wcio tho,
guests of Hobert (loelct. Colonel
Itooscvclt'H daughter Is an enthusi
astic theatergoer, and her keen ap
probation nf tho dalnt) music and
tho clean, Vlght tonicity of "The Ar-.
cadlAns" led to tho imitation, oagcr,
1) accepted, to enjo) tho piny at oven ,
closer rungo than was permitted from;
tho Goclct box. i
Mrs. Iingwortli began her expert-'
once, by watching tho "striking" of.
tho second net sieno and tho "sct-j
ting" or tho last aet. She marveled .
nt tho dexterity nt tho army of stage
T is a daily necessity, because
the information it contains
concerns the life of the
the people. It is an edu
cational agency, a guide and a
constant helpmeet. Advertis
ing in a daily paper broadcasts
thcjknowledgc of what the mer
chafits can do fdr the people,
and the people with their con
stant needs go to the merchant
who gives them his knowledge.
be relied upon as
hands and tho mitglcal trnnBform.i
Hon i-Ho-tcd by thcig.
Then tho visitor I1.1I1I romo pretty
compliments to Julia Sanderson,
I'.tlicl Cadmau, Connlo HdlsH, Mary
Mnckld and the other principals of
tho compaii), unit spent a chatty five
i.ilinilcs with the girls of tho chorus,
In whom she nceined Inte'lisely Inter''
crtcd. After that she stood quietly;
In the. wings and enjojed tho flnnlej
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CASTOR I A
For InfanU and Children.
The KM You Hare Always Bought
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