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rvhnino nin.i.rrriN, Honolulu t. h, rninvr, oct. 7, mo.
foundlings Enjoying Their Open Air Pen HARVEY-ELDER'S
run in i n Tn i n
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Pirn z'Ww f Iwpww'iw'CT H
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tt.ti'f&ftAizr "r'AV'-.c ' ' T?, '
iTImtn was (in (ho third floor of llio
main building nnil llio btislncbH onico
(Mi (ho gtouud door. The utmcx con
tallied llio menses. Utility p' 8, big Job
printing, plant mill Ihu Timoa' schoil
for training llnnlypo opcrntois.
Ihu Times cmplo)cd nonunion prlu
.tun, mid in.iliitiiinid n large battery
f linot i t-H fur teaching mid tr.ilnlns
.-..,, r, ,. ( I .dura In the uso of Uicie math
'Cor.linurd from Pn?c 1) ,',
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Mho ox,.l.M..i ir Ml i.rk In ilea. I.yl .lll Tlmw-Mlrnir company Is own
Miuelliici crud l0,rh Ilic Ulctt. (ho "' """,l "W-ly I l f
led'llccv w-b a urn .' (lamed. i:,. ' r;,y Oils who galnc! I ho bit-
lllof II,, I nl I.. I I,l mil.! I.nvn ,. 1 InCCMSBIIl WUf HRIIllJ Ijbjr IIIII3IU I
I. . . ' llif fcvcrv kind (il.u li mii.lil nl nf
P.ll'isl lnlri.m (ho cwi.iMiiy. Han, I handler. Ullu !
Ciiiwdi lltnt uilhcird ,...! khj ll.ry B"n, '" Iaw' ls xl(7 l"-l"i'lit and sen
mw mini mill Mil link from hc ; ."'jwr MHo oJiiinmy. Albert
l.id.ms Into Hm fUmm Olhus Imp 'i .', " , UcMKr '"' lrl;
d nnil wtic l.ijmed. OlUCl.andlfrhct.cn j 1 any B. A.i-
Tl.i. cdll.Ml.1 ii mm c.o -n II." j'11""' "'" m'""'' Wf. I I'cr-
11,1, ,1 n.-or I t Is belloxcd thu 1''"'-' "IU l,oat l(",nw rXlnK news-
Ku-nlrr .1. of (he iihii m Mils Hour "a' -'rl,,a" '" w""e t'Jllfoinl.i Ho
chniicii i'oi It c''""u '" "" "R,-,'c 'lom I.QwIston,
The r.'ii of llio citis'n ns i.. J'1' ""' sr.iiliully wrUd his way up
micil on Hie m icli.i.lc.l dopa.ln.cnlH f,0, "'" '"'' f IMsadcni corros
or (ho phti mil mmt of Ihu ilcul l'"1"1"-'" " "''J """J "lock I" "'0
nnil Injii'vil hpic uiciiiIith or lli'nii ""''I'any.
il in tmn.lt At 2 nVlnrk 22 Inliirod lbt- lVured.
h-d b:e:i lairn to the re-cl.vliiS Urn ,,l, "' " rnr ''lilii-l, rr time
.,11 , i tthu were Injined by llio ci,plu.iloii Is
Tluim in P. Kmllli ".i.l" CMiiino-lliir " rollottr.;
.worklni! mi Mio n mid floor when tho a- w Crnblll. ri.rciii.in i.r llio mm
1 . . . .,. .,. ..,, .limine iKiin. wlin Imtii nl rtntn lliti
expioFiou ocuiruu, i;iv;r. um iiniuw - -
Inc ciHlnn x rtv-w,"i ti'r Miiiiniw ui i.ir mt.cw.i .
Therr ere -it Inist 5'l men nt,iln, w's Injured 'bully In the Ic,m. ,
vork on inv flmir and wo nil nude for1 N- ' tllilch. utm-r Kadci on
the door. I liel!uo II. it lull of this "l0 l'ec""1 ",,"' """'I'm to owiiki
iiiuiiIht nn iwt hue i iped, ",0 ',,n,ra ''" '!"" llio Ucat3i-ehfi
Tho explosion appealed to bo In ""' "J""" ' "'
'ZT.T'; . j.irtimiiu.Kr'y ..( w 4 --1
ka.t:i-t".vwj.T:i,.v'i.JrJt?.i-vri k . .... . . . . iSfTL -. .
f'lfia la fie vii ('., j;i v i ti rtuiulllmrx tnclr nlln '1 In lalllni: provciits the lublca froni ciuttllnj; uwny
Int.) im . I. r, r.ir. uu tlur an 1.1 imui ll lrii,ui iih mirKlin, looking nftir them all
It Eta Goldinn, t s he Boy In tiio Home
Gh3filj)!0l 0'V.i.irslCi maicc him feel with his odli.
OPTIONS HIS PRIVILEGES AS A
MC.YSCCR OF IT AND HE
WILL DO HIS SHARE
m$f Ik Si
flaw rfir- vU
nlmllnr nolnei offend lilm lirn hn It
rcadlnc or writing Above nil. mVm
lilin fefl that lie hai a phrp In i
bom? nnl Hint (hli jilicn carrion wii
It both obllcatloim and tirll!cscr, as I
ilocii for a. crown rrxnn.
For a Thin Woman
JiJLAINlJ 00M)INO Is perhaps tho
bent Known American glr rwlm
tner. Hor speilaltks nro thn tnidReon
nd tho English ldo(troko KIo has
Issued a clmllenirc to , any snlminrr to
compete with her "In a two mllo swim.
Hiss (lolillng at tho ace nf seventeen
was presented with p, llfo saving mcdil
for resculns five persons from droivn
lnK. Tho pli'luro shows her t0UnK
oxyBtn before a speed trial
Jl'ST l at Is tho right homo ntmos
pluro for the boy?
Is he to be repressed all tho tlmo on
tho cround that bo makes too much
nole. or Is ho to bo allowed to run
l)-is nnil do ns ho plcasis on the
uround tint If ho can t bo happy nt
home he v, III bo to Ust desirable plucis
for it kooiI Unit?
It woull mem as ir most mothers
err nn tho Utter count, and their boys
oro allowed to make, homo hideous mi
ne er'arlly. After all, tho homo be
I ui-; to man) people, and, whllo tho
1)j has Ii.m ottii plaro In It, bo must
ivjieot tho ilithts of others. To teach
him nthemlsc Is to make him tho self
IjIi 1 flo lndltidual loo many boys arc
On tho other hand. Just what are tho
boy. rlchtd In (ho homo?
Klrst Of nil ho uhniih. ImvA AMr
nblo room- not n rarn t or a receptacle
for old, Ijioken down furniture nor et
0, illmltv Irtniinetl nffntw t.r.. t'
'lint bojs nro so careless of cood
furniture," some of you may say, Ml
docs not pay to Kie Hem good furni
ture" Then If they nro aluujs given
old haltered things and not expected
to take any care of them they will
nocr learn how to appreciate nlco
things and bo careful of them. Oh, no,
tint Is not tho way. rix up our boj's
room ns you would your husband's,
with solid, durablo oak pieces, dull fin
Isliol, with u desk for his papers and
IcoiiMnleut rhchos for bis books m
iHpcclimDB. J.et there be n good lamp
1 to read by and a comfortable easy
cl.iilr. You will soon find'' jour son
(brlnKlnir his friends to bis den Instead
I of spending his t citings with tl.rm.un
the street. , fc
Take the bo)" point of low, motftrr,
and try to see things as a man Mould
when jou nro dealing wlth.jour ijon,
Hon't treat him as If he were a savaffe,
and don't Iry to mak a ."Miss JJdnt'y't
nut of him. Ito wbe, bo firm,, be pa
Mlent and never'appcar a fool tn your1
boy's eyes. Keep h's respect and en
courage his confidence. Kncourage In
terest In tho homo. Make llm feel
when ho Is doing his tasks that ha Is
working for It, for his own homo, In
stead of for you or because yoli force
him. Don't let him shriek aruund the
house or slam doors. Bhow him bow
i iX i- Vim l
HIIIIS Is an Ideal gown for the nil too
slender -woman. Tho chiffon over
dress has tucked kimono sleeves form
ing ona with a tucked fichu bodice.
The full chiffon oversklrt is caught up
with urtlllclal roses. Tho plain filling
underdrcss ls of brocade.
Continued from Vast )
kola ia inakln,; rsaliut tliu turlff n
Biictr mid n Immk In llio pilco of
rrudr oil. both or which nf-o of ininto
dlftle concern to Haw ill. tn IntoroMa
Jlu B.03 that tliu break l'i oil piles
was (iuihciI by tho oil irolucrn kk
lliK Into (onipolitl in with llio esliili-
llnhcd illstrlhiltliiK crjiiipitilon,
nt niico sliifiied rates
Oil War In California .
"N'Jilld I l" "icr loiffo cqrllracts
. ' 'kIiu' miHli nt sllj tents," said
Ml 1 .llliiKlmm "whoreus tho prices
Imio unvil r,i ii bo 0 nils for it ny,
tlmo mil iio ollpiiitluEeis In this
Tcirltvin hni.'l'l umle,- tojitruct ntt
llLifiy e Ills 1 1 SI IJ Moft of the Itn
iUtj o-iifiicth i belieto, were matlol
fi.t !.. ,-. it . ... T
Of?r Iwp oi 'Into car, nd liavo still iv
ft Ions time to i in, but, i, should say I 4"
nm( when H'e-i cntrucrta oitplrrf Ihei -HavnUm
lonuiimrs -i;i 6 aido-toUl'
TO GET BUSY
Ret. their o mi h pry ninrli
nrl'e thin w liavn Loon 1.MI..1.J- t l
coniffc the cruipttlnj nrti6d utU to-C-Mior"
,Hi iat th.i't li did not hoar n sieiit
(li or a wcik biiKar maiket In San
KumflbeM "In fact," ho lomirkcd.
"wb'.n wo not to Honolulu this morn
Ini! wo woio surpilsnd In find out how
mi" ir stocks havo slumped"
CARD OF THANKS.
(Continued from Pan-e-11
.Joftlvlc iirohloms toiifrontlnir tills (til .
lower mltiiltj ; mid , ,
15. Colt Ilobiou jind children wish
Hi extend their thanks to tho manv
ftlonds who tcndcn-d their Hjiupithi
nnil iiHHlstiiiKP nt tho tlmo or llin donlh
which of wife nnil mother, Mrs. Nancy llo
lunn . I
whcicus, Tho present political
campaign mid election present ta the
people or this Territory Impoitiit
luobleius to bo coiisldcicd and bulv
Whereas, The tlmo In which cltl
zoue ollRlblo to Mito tan register Is
flirt ilrawInK to n close;
It Is hereby earnestly urned ami
reioininenilcd by the executive com
nilttco of tho Civic rederatlon, thnt
nil tltleus of whalovor orKanlzaiion,
rr vliatovei political' uinilatlon, e'.l
nlble to f)to, tun to thcmsolvcs to be
rek'lsteitd liumedlntelj, that they
inu bo nblo tn oto In tho roniliiK
tho Ij.i'um'iit oi on tho first lltur of
the now six hliuj hulldlni;.
'riiiincs followed llio rxpluslon lui
niedlatel). When 1 rcathtil the sldo
nail; tho whole fiuut was nhlazo. bull
the old and tho now b iIMIiiks."
IMonipt i.cllon b tho lire dcpirl
15 II. Aspluwnll, c'liuisistlor Jump'
el f linn tho, Ktcoml utoiy and bid!)
Injined his Ions.
II. O. Leonard, of Hi" ude-rtliln
depirtiiicnt was badly uiittth platu
A, (1. Schwalm. hit li) tho blowli
incut saved Ihu bulldlims on w nottli m,t 11 !"ul noekvA twentj feet mid
side of Ilroadw.i, but not until they , . ,,
hail been bidly ilamaKeil.
Two Suspects Are Caught by Police.
Two men aro said to hao been
nriostt'd Inimeillatoly after tho oxplo
sljiii, onu of them ns ho wns KOlim
IhioiiBli tho rallioad tunnel u b'otk
noi th or the Times
In tho Herald oinco hair a block
nwny tho explosion shook tho cntlto
eight story building, and tho noun
lmpcriucii nt work on the ground floor
rushed oit and saw tho Tlmej lpilld
lug wrupprd In flames.
Among tho most ucilousty Itijuitd
Is Harxoy-Klder, assistant city editor
Whllo escaping rrom tho city loom ho
foil mid broko Ills loft leg. llo was
ulso soverprj burned.
V, 8 G, l'cntr, an nnpl)o of the
Times., Jiimied fiom tho second b'oiv
window iipd broke his feft leg.
" WllllnuiiLatt,i n torisJt)p?r, who
was nt work on the uctond floor, wiu
baldly burned before lie toiild loath
tha stiiulg .
Theio were three dlhlnrt plo
slons, Tho flrBl Hccnied to bo tho
hca!tt,t. mill otcuried on tho Btc.iml
floor which Is UbCil ua the tumposliii
Tho Times p'unt was run by eloo
trlclty thiuiighoiit, mid ns fir in Is
known llioro was no steam bjllcr of
Hn) kind III tho hulldlni;
The entire liiilldlns was gutlol at
1.45, and but two walls weru ttaud
Extra Force Employed,
The Hist explosion that wrecked th
Times otcuried In tho allcjway which
icpaialcd tho third and hlvlh iIoi
pulK of tho liiilldlng tlcvcial llnotypo
michliit's wcio on the third flisn I-'il
day night being an iiiiutiialtv beivi
lpilod lU tho Times, bomcthlng luoio
than 30 jiicn weio at work nil the
lliiui) pes and about CO In tho "aJ"
IlceaiiKO of tho fact that to mil)
c.xtin men woro nt work It will pnli
nby I io several dii)s b'.fo'.o all aio
Counting Safe Ones.
Immediately after tho flio holds of
ilepirtiutiitB ond oticr emplojcs gutli
ored at the Herald office, u block
nwii) At that tlmo about SO persons
wtio accounted for.
Managing Udltor Hnrry 15 Andrews
of Hie Times ut 2 o'clock this morn
"llio Times building was doatiojcd
by il)iimulto this illuming by tho cm
mles or tho paper. Tho Tnie Itseir
can not bo ilostrojej it will noon
bo lelssued from Us uuxlllaiy plant
mul will fight Its battles to (ho (nil.
".Mtn emplgcd In mott of tliu Oe
P'litmenls had, I think, uopin clianco
to get out through tho front exits. I
do not bclleo there woio 100 poisons
In tho building. I was not theie
Chandler was not theie. Von Illon,
our city olltor, got out; nlui Whitney,
our telegraph editor I ftel sure most
or our men .escaped "
Two houis lifter tho fltst explosion
occurred u dozen streams of water
wcio still pouring Into tho tiuinblliig
stouo building, foni which an iki.i
slonal flash .of flamo bhnt up Hun
iliods ;f pcbpla surrnunded tho build
lug In all directions, held back lor u
block dlstuut by ,1110 pollco,
Tho .building occupied iy tho Tlnles
Mirror publishing plant Is located In
Hie southeast corner of Ilioadway mid
Tlrst street, fronting about 30 rcct on
rirsi mm ,exit'iiiiuiK uimiu n. or mo
rcct along ,Hroailwuy. Tho main build
ing of brick with heavily s ono front
was threo stories In height, mid back
or this wiib n brick annex or two stor
In addition tn tho newspaper pin-
I.. M. Wcsllii 8!ticct)i.cr,t cut bv
(I. I (illuk. who win ncrrs'i (ho
street at tho tlin- of tho oxplosl n
was luillv stunned
I) H Douglass u prosFiii.iu In tho
basenient was badly injined.
C, 15, Iovelaro roist edl'or Jump
cd ttom the third floor, badly hurt
I Duty determines destiny. He(jis-
!M'fH lltilli'tln fl itr jt.tr. tcr, Last chance on Satm day. M
(Continued fe6m Pokc 1)
toiild uiecl mid talk over their idcaa;
In other winds, a sort of rcndczvoiiu
tor piurczLlunal and business man
"I mention this In Ucw of socrnl
aitlclcs wbli h hap appeared, fiom
tlmo to time, ghllig a wioug Idea
or tho nature or tho club.
"Soj fnr'iiB tho Chapibcr if Com
merce itild.tho Mcrcli iiitn" ,Vs() latlon
nro lomoriicil, 1 tlilnkjlf )s,good and
tlmel) that they gtt together, Tha
Coinniorcl.il Club, in mi) .CAeiit,- will
piovo it praltlinl anil pfcauiut mitt
lug plate lor nit'n In' all walks of llfo
to coinmiiiio mid'dlttusa maltcrc ot
Whitney & Marsh
Every Steamer Brings Us Something
Wc arc now showing an extrcmefy handsome and
select line of
Linen Wash Skirls
which we can safely say r.ic Ihc inoal exclusive ever
Prices range from. $8.50 to $25.00
w0f the finer rjratics wc have but one of each.
To match the above we have just opened a choice
selection of J
made of fine sheer materials at popular prices
Ranging from $2.75 up
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS.
"7 J H
A. BLOM BACK
FRO M THE COAST
A tllim, tho dr) goods man, it
turned llil.i morning by t'n Hleir.-.
nfter u four wicks' trip to Sail I'l.in
cltto, whole ho went to buy goods.
llo was hceii o.uly tjiUnornlng ut
his ttilro, wheio ho was ulro.i.l) busy
iinpacflug, marking und uo 'm;
goods tbut hao arrived s,1:h;j ho h.u
In repl) to n query as to how Inisi
Iness was In Sail rrandik'o, ho re-
plltd, "llusiuess Isiblow In tho ro,
tall lines, although it oftcm a splen
did markot for tliu purchase, uf biiui
mcr goods. I bought lic,illy .if
goods that are unsaleable theio dur
ing thu winter," hut which- are Jitrt
right for tho tindo In th-j lilaudf.
My purclmrcj in lingorlo drcsn'i,
suits mid coats 'wore particularly nl
tra tho to mo, as I was ublc ti gclj
Villi) VUI 0 jiitlo 11(li litjiva t ill
count ot from 10 to 50 per tent.
Homo of those goods niu iilrenil) he"U,
li.ilug been shipped on the Slcin,
mid tho bnlnnto will aniio slio'lh."
Mr. Illom Is preparing to i;lc a,
big uale, the opening or which will
bo uuiiouiiLcd next week,
i i jj t.
Laces and Hosiery
Wc arc showincj the finest grades of-Laces and
Hosiery at very reasonable prices,
Our New Lines arc worth scciny.
Hotel St, just off Fort.
THE GRABOWSKY TRUCK
'', ' 1. Ve. 2 AND 3 TONS .
A IM5MOVAW.13 IVWISK PLANT; Hardeni'il Steel lltmillNUS In
every wml.lng pirl; i;jlI5ltC115NCJV CONDHNSINf CIIAMIIIIlt; I'OSI
TIV15 JICCIIANICAI. Oiling H)btem.
HONOLULU TOWER WAGON CO., Agents ft
Phone 21C0 i " ' 1875 South S'rcct, Near King
Weekly. Bulletin, Si-Year
MEDICINES, MADE FROM
ROOTS AND HERBS
In tho. good olil-rmdilunoil i!n)a. of
our griiudmotheis they, ilopeiidcd nit
on medicines, mudv from tho iooIh
und herbs of tliu fluid to, euro dla
casc Ii)illu 15. rfnkhuui'a Vegetublo Coin
pound, that stnliilaid lomcdy which
Is Hindu fiom roots nnd.Jioiliu for wo
man's Ills, had its origin In this wny
1'or thlity joins It has been ledeoili
Ing Its promises written on thq label
nt every bottle by curing thousands
or women or feminine Ills, I t'n u ftood
'According tu wonl iccelvod from
San l'ruitclbt-o tho United Stutoi Goo
dello Sunit) Cutter Uxplaror Captain
Dlbrcll, is to c-Dimi to Honolulu In tho
near rutiire Tho cutler bus finished
perl) n lirge engraving plant had been her wnik In Hilslnl bay and will pro
maintained In a recently constructed .cord to thin port nreordlng to nil
ann'-x to tho miiln building vices received In Hun nmicisco from
Tho edllojlii) ijeji titineit oj t,jg Wnslilug'on,
iT-fo, ,tifllrli1t'llniiA4 ffilin.'-rfrn r ff-'f-T-,i '',i'i- '" A nrr -V , i ,