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r-vns'iNo nm.T.r.TiN, Honolulu, t ti, rmnAY oct n, nm.
Exceptional values will be offeicd on Saturday morn-
ing in the following lines:
CHILDREN'S HANDKERCHIEFS With Colored Border
and Initialed; put up three in n box. Regular price, 35c;
special price, 25c per box.
" WHITE HEMMED BEDSPREADS Size 72x80; very'
nice quality and weight. Regular price, $1.25; special,
00c each. tv
CHINESE GRASS LINEN We arc clearing out the re
mainder of last scasoi'j purchase of Chinese Orass Linen
Sqparcs, Scarfs, etc., e nbrof dercd in white and blue Storks,
Butterflies, etc. $2 50; $2.75 and $3 qualities; special,
$1.75 each, $4 50 quality; special, $2.75 each.
LADIES' KNITTED DOLF VESTS In White, Mottled
and Navy. Regulan $1.50, $3.75, $3.50; special, $3 25,
$2 50, $2 25.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and Beretinia Streets Opposite Fire Station
NOW s the time to have your lpt filled
AND niy response to a request for an esti
mate will show yon that the cost will
P. M. POND, Contractor Phone 2890
STOP at the HOTEL MANX
IN SAN FRANCISCO
This magnificent hotel is situated on Powell street, in
the heart of the city, immediately accessible to all the
shops, theaters, railroid ticket offices, etc.
EUROPEAN PLAN Bedroom, with detached bath,
11 $1.50 and upwards; with private bath. $2 and upwards;
parlor, bedroom and private bath, $5 to $10.
AMERICAN PLAN $3 and up per day.
NOT ONLY THE BEST AT THE PRICE, BUT THE
XQUAL OF ANY AT ANY PRICE.
Honolulu Representative: WILLIAM DOUTHITT.
ROOM 308, McCANDLESS BUILDING
A complete line of Desk,
Counting-House and Pocket
Diaries for the new year. Get
yours now and be ready for
the necessary entries.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
Office Supply Co.,
GLOBE-WERNIOKE FILING OABI-
NETS and BOOKCASES,
GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY,
03-1 FORT STREET
CHILDREN HAPPY AOAIN
Our Toy Department now open.
with a Fresh Stock of TOYS. GAMES
and a splendid line of BOOKS.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
New Supply of
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Everything in Books!
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
L. Alex. Young Building
For Your Automobile
A powerful mineral paste
mends leaky radiators eco
nomically and permanently.
It is also used with entire
satisfaction on leaky 'pipes,
refrigerator linings, pots and
Let us tell you about it.
Lcwers & f ooke,
177 SO. KING STREET
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMSALMER
Prompt and .Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITI
Phone 1170 Night Call 1014
Compartments in the
For Particulars Inquire of
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO,
Will do it
THE RENEAR CO.
ALGAROBA BEAN MILLS
THE BEST PLUMBING
Is Done by
The Pioneer Plumber "
103 Merchant Street Phono 1031
1. DAMON TALKS
(Continued from Pace 1)
was n gobd ninn to lool nfter the fl
names of the now republic nnd hnnd.
d over the kejs of the strong box
Mr Damon unit! he didn't reel rem
iniscent jstcnla). lie Is bus) nt
funding to a llttlo Mttslness before
sailing oil the l.usltnnla tomorrow to
see Ills ton, who Is studying In Scot'
lam! to be a (.bartered accountant
Hut he eitttl Hint conditions nro
changing fast In Hawaii, that old
elements are passing out and new
ones coming In.
"The United Stntos Is o: course the
prime factor out there now," said
Mr, Damon, "and the building of the
do dock and the fortifying that Is
going on arc. the talk of the dav and
c lnve full Mattered sin o the gov
eminent ceased to fortify Mnnlla and
started to Incriafe the fortifications
of Honolulu Pretty soon we shall
be a strongly fortified town, with In
creased gnrrlsons of cory branch of
"I had twelve )onts' experience In
all as a government officer. I can't
say much about the old court. It
was a small affair but well conduct
ed, respectable In every onsc, nnd
there wan no foolishness about It. In
a moderate n jvo had to Keep up
the ceremonies of n Hurupenn estab
lishment. In my )ounger di)s Hug
II slim on nnd Hermans and Americans
predominated among the whites
there, but now the Americans nro be
ginning to outclass nil the other
"Thero Is not the slightest dissat
isfaction nowadays over government.
nl conditions, nnd what would bo
tho use If there were Sugar predom
inates In the Industries nut there,
and then ome pineapples, ami then
I loo and coffee, nnd then tourists,
We've got over r00 automobiles out
there nnd tho tourists give them
something to do. As for the native
nnwnllniis, the) nro nil politicians.
They hnvo got control of lho vote,
nnd they work It for till thpy know
how. "l'linnclnl conditions are very sat
isfactory. There is so much mnnoj
nut there flint the) bnve to send a
lot of it hero for Investment, and n
good deal of It has been put into
lands and oil. I'or interest we nro
generally satisfied with C per cent
but when an) body buys sugar stock
ho wants all he can get."
TO STUDY LEPER
(Continued from Pace 1)
Here he llrst uorlced on amoebic
(l)sentery In his bnctcrlploglcul In
vestigations, and the success ho had
started him after tho leprosy bacil
Tho government of tho Philippines
lias n model lcer colony on tho Is
land of Cullon, about fifteen hours'
pall south of Manila, nnd here prac
tically nil the lepers of the Islands
have been Isolated.
In former times no attempt wni
ever made by, tho Spaniards to Iso
Into tho victims of this fearful ills
ease, nnd the llrst efforts of tho
American government woro met with
Through the perseverance of Dr,
Victor O. Helser, thief of the quar.
nntlne service and director of health
of the islands, the plan has been car
rlid out and nearly nil the lepers
have been moved to tho colony.
Here n model government has been
established, all ofllcois being elected
by billot. Tho lepers govern them
selves fur more Independently than
any bod) of people. In tho vvoild, Tho
only restriction on them is that they
must btuy on tho 'Island.
Moses Clegg vvoikcd steadily on
his theor) of grnwlnr tho lepras)
bacillus in tho laboratory, mid after
four )earg of constant work his ef-
forts wcro levvnided and ho gave, to
tho world a discover) that will In
time oiuihlo the medical profession
to find a cure for this loathsome dis
ease which hag baffled medical scl-
enco hlnco tlmo began.
Mr. Clegg gave his line of Investi
gation to Doctors llrlnckerhoft and
Currlo. some months ago when pass
lug through Honolulu, and., the),
working along tho same lines, con
firmed the work of Clegg hero In
Honolulu n few, weeks ago.
On account of tho valuable work
which Clegg had done In Manila,
and being tho flint man to mako tho
discovery ho did, Dr. Currlo hns pro
vailed upon him to como to Hono
lulu us his assistant to work nlon
the same lines here us he ha dona
in Manila, Mr Clegg to ho lit churgo
of the investigations here.
A hchool for Untiling model olllee
bn)s Is soon to bo started In thn New
Yolk City east sldo settlement ills-ttkt.
I!' For best results. R
; use SOZODONT Liquid $
1 ; before retiring. 8
i SOZODONT Powder ,
(B : or Paste in the morning. I a
IS NOT LABORER
("Continued from Pace 1)
Hint sho Is n member of ihe exempt
das' Fct forth In Article II of tin
treat) between the I'nlied Stales and
China of November 17 1SS0 Counsel
for lho Government also contends that
the liw nppllcablo to the ease at bar
Is the law applicable o the rise of
an nllen Chinese seeking to enter Ihe
fulled Stntes, nnd that there Is no
difference between the hw Mivcrnlng
Chinese peeking to establish their
right to land, nnd Chinese seeking to
establish their right to remain In tho
To my mind there Is a difference
between the right of n Chinese nllen
endeavoring to enter Hi I'nlied
States, nnd tho right of n Chines
alien dnmlrllid In the t'nlted States
defending her right to remain here
"I cannot adopt the conic ntlnn undo
by tho flnvernincn In the enso nt bat
I believe It Is not iieccssnr) for tip
Chinese, pel son sought to be deported
to establish b) aflliiuitlve pioof to
tho Commissioner's sitlsfnetloii thai
sho Is not onl) not a liborer bii'
that she Jfc n member of the exempt
clnks spePlenlly named In the treat)
ns permitted to enter lho Hulled
States, before she establishes her
right to remain In Ihe United States
In this ensa I mil fcatlsfled Hint (he
defendant is a nielntier of the tilstrln
nlc profession and therefore not n la
borer lit the purvlovv of Section 2 of
tho net of November 3 1893 I And
that tho defendant not being n labor
or hns a right of ilomlell In this conn
try under tho existing treaties and
lawn nnd tlierofoio otdor her ills
Do'vn In the broad Pacific,
There Is n gioup of Isles
Whoso mission Is to sweeten up the
Hut at tho pioscnt writing
Tho factions nro a fighting
About a bunch of would bo delegates
Thero's Nolle), ho's mil In It,
Nut for n single mlnii'e,
That is. It seems to look that mi) In
tils backing Is nil right
Hut 111 numbers rather llclil
Ills total will bo small, now )ou will
McCnndless Is another
Who will sustain a smother
About in 10 on November 8;
lie tried It once before
Now he's como back for more;
Well, he'll get It In the count for Dole
Knlanlnnnolo Is tho hoy
Who fills iur hearU with Joy,
Ho gets Ihere evur) time for Iio'h n
He'll beit MeC n mllo
Or I'm n crocodile
Asleep )cblnd n rotten log nil summer
Now them's hut one word moro
To sn) upon this scoro.
If )ou want Hawaii to sta) upon tho
Vote Itepubllrnn ticket straight
Including Hi legato
And keep the sugar cane chock full
r M. C.
Old Cushioned but stvlsh: and not
Just "st)llsh" alone, but something n
great deal belter popular They are
IKipulnr on their merits alone nnd
Ihnt'R tho popul.irlt) Hint lasts.
If )ou wiuit to understand tho wh)
of It. hnvo lliein mix vou nn 'Old
rnshloned" rcicklnll nt "Tho fashion
Hold Mroet off Toil
WAI.HItOV In this cltv Oct 11
1910. to Mr ami Mis. .1 W. Wnb
di on, n sou
ccU) llulletlii fl per jcar.
We are selling guaranteed
BLUE SERGE SUITS for
We mean by the guarantee
it will not fade; that it will
hold its color until worn out;
that the tailoring is of such
character that the garment
will absolutely hold its shape.
If not, another suit free
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF
1'iirmiant to a Decren made In the
Honorable W. J llohluson, 1 litre)
Judge oC the Circuit Court of the'
I'lrst Circuit of the Territory of Ha-!
wall, nt Chambers, In Kqult), on the
8th day of October, A. 1) 11)10, III
an action entitled, "A. J. Campbell,!
petitioner, vs Tarn I'ong, respondent,!
Hill for Foreclosure of Murtgago
(Hiiiilt) Division, N0..1729). tho un.
derslgned, us Commissioner, duly up-!
pointed and constituted as such by!
said Decree, will sell nt I'libllc Auc
Hon, to the highest ind best bidder!
for cibIi, subject to tho confirmation
of the Court, on I
SATURDAY, THE 12TH DAY OF
NOVEMBER, A. D., 1910,
At 12 o'clock Noon of Said Day,
at the fiont (maiikn) entrance of tho
Judiciary ilulldlng, In Honolulu, City1
and Count) of Honolulu, Tenltory of
Hawaii, nil and singular tho property
described In that certain IndenturO)
of Mortgage, dated the 3rd day of
Ma), A D. l&Oli, made and executed
by the respondent, Turn I'ong1, to A.
J. Campbell, petitioner herein, nnd
leconU'd" In tho OlUce of tho Heels
trar of Convejaiiccs In Honolulu In
I.lber ST!), on pages 2.18-SI0; said
propurt) being situate nt Wnlklkl,
Honolulu, Oihu, nnd being moro par
ticular!) described ns follows;
1. That certain Indenture of
Lease given to said Tarn I'ong by
l.lzzle K I'linhl and Moses I'unhl on
the Utah day of September, A. I)
IDOL', of two rcrtnlh pieces nt laud1
Mtitata at Walkiki, Honolulu, O.1I111,1
for tho term of 20 )cars from tho 1st1
ilny or Jnnuaiy, A. O. 1903, iit.an1
nniiual rental of Threo Hundred and'
Sixty Dollars (3C0 00), which nn-l
iiii.il icntnl was, b) nn Instrument In'
writing dated tho 20th day of April,!
A. I), 1001, executed by and be-'
twecn the said I.tzzlo K. I'ualil and
suld Turn I'ong, reduced to Threo
Hundred Dollars (1300.00), which'
said liiilenturo of I-easo. Is recorded
In the Ofllce of tho Hcglstrnr of con
vejaiKes in Honolulu, In I,tbor S8J
on pages 182 to 180.
2, Thnt certain Indenture of
Lease given to said Tarn I'ong by 1'.
Kemohe nn the 11th day nf Janutir),
A. I) 1901, for the term of 20 )cars
from the 1st day of rehrinr), A D ,
1905, at an nnnunl icntnl of Slxt) j
Dollars (Ji'.n.OO), of certain IfiniU
situate at Wnlklkl ufaresald, more
paitlculnrly described ns Iloyal I'ilt-
out No. 30J8, Kuleaim No. 2539, nnd'
Ito)al Patent No. 2820, Kuleaim No.
2SI5, which said Indenture of Lease
Is recorded In Slid Ileglstr) Ofllco In
Liber 283, on pages 1SC-187.
Together with all rights, privi
leges and appurtenances thereunto
belonging mid nil buildings or other
Improvements, growing crops, furm
Ing Implements and tools, three (3)
horses, three (3) wagons, and every
thing appertaining to or connected
with the banana plantation operated
and eonilui ted by said Tarn I'ong at
Wnlklkl, Honolulu, Oihu.
Said leaseholds to bo Bold sepa
rated). Deeds nnd Assignment of
Leases to be nt expense of pur
chasers. Terms of Salo: Cash In 'United
Stutes Cold Coin; ten per cent (10)
of tho purchase prlco to bo paid on
tho fall of the hammer; balance upon
continuation of sale by the Court nnd
execution and delivery of Deeds aiyl
Assignments o Deeds by the Com
missioner. For further particulars apply to
Messrs., Smith, Warren & llemonvvay,
n t tome J s for petitioner, nt their of
(Ices, .liuld building, Honolulu, or to
the undersigned, at his olllee In tho
Judiciary Ilulldlng, In Honolulu
M, T. S1MONTON. ,
Dated, Honolulu, October H, A
4749 Oct. H, 21, 28; Nov. 1. 11.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF
Pursunnt to n Decree made b) tho
Honoinhlo W. J Robinson, Third
Judge of tho Circuit Court of the
I'll nt Clrtult of tho Terrltor) of Ha
waii, nt Chambers, In Kqut), on the
8th day of October, A. I). 1910, In
uu action entitled, "A J Campbell,
petitioner, vs. Tain I'ong, respondent,
Hill for niroclosmo of Mortgage
(Hniilty Division, No. 1730), the un
dersigned, ns Commissioner, duly ap
pointed and constituted ns such by
mid Do ree, will fcoll, ut I'ubllc Auc
Hon, lo lho highest and best bidder
for cash, subject to confirmation of
the Court, ou
SATURDAY, THE 12TH DAY OF
NOVEMBER, A. D. 1010,
At 12 o'clock Noon of Said Day,
nt the front (inauka) entrnnro of tho
Judlclnr) Ilulldlng, in Honolulu, Clt)
mid Count) of Honolulu, Terrltor) of
Haw nil, nil and singular tho (imp
ort) flesrrlbcd In that certain Inden
ture of Mnilgtgp, dated lho 19th day
nf ,Muy, A, 1. 190(1, made and exo
euted li tho lespoiidont, Tarn 1'ang,
fl I kv Pi
yk - "EM
J tip' II
to A. J. Campbell, petitioner herein,
and recorded In the Ofllce df,lthelteg
Istrnr of Conveyances in Honolulu In ,"
Liber 3 If. on usiros 2L.1 to '"T. si I.I 1
property being more particularly do
scribed as follows:
1h it certain Indenture of Lease
given to Mild Tarn I'ong by L)dla K.
Domliils under date of .May 19, 1909.
of record In the Olflie of the Itegis
trar of Couve) ane.es n Honolulu In
I.lber 320 on pages CI to G4. wherein
mid vvhereb) tho following described
property was demised to the said Tarn
I'ong for n term of 30 venrs from
said 19th da) nf May, 1909, at nn
nnnunl ijet rental of 1700 00, pi)abloJ
half-)eurly Hi advan o- m
1. That rlco land In Haniohamoij
formerly held .mid cultivated by Lam 1
o Slug, in nren being about thir
teen and one half neres, moro or less.
" 2. "Kulennn of Mn'kanaliole.heloml
Ipuliao In Kaneloa.
H. Tlin ill nf llnnmlinmn ... rtr.,-1-
ncloa, In area nbout live ncrcB, rtoro
or less ' ' i
4. Ivlllnntln nf Innlft tfnnun in
slstlng of three taro patches and a
fi. The use o( the threshing door
G Kulealia of Klkoo. In Knnctloa,
In nrea about 08-100 of tin ncrej!
r i...r .. .. .. ... i.i .
, MihiU ut n) 1 1 t-JII lUIIUTI'IB jY
iiiiuM-B uu .uu iiiuuiiii iweivu ivai
whio running easterly to n Urotfj
I'.i.i ii, (iiiii iiit-Hiv niiiiiii-v'asu'riy
along said patch ro an iiuwal.
8 Right of way for n hoard llumo yi
lour feet wiuc nnu four feeuiieep uy
a lokn near and makal of Opttnul'a
house as an outlet for storm water,
Tm?nllii.r. urllli nil wlflila tiplvl.
'",v -" -, I UJL
leges. Improvements, crnvvlnir crong. n
entcments nnd nppurtenaires thorn
unto belonging or in nil) w Iso apper
Term nf Rnln- l"Vili In ITnltmt VI
States Gold Coin; ten per cent.
(10 ) of the, purrhaso price i bo''
paid on tho fall of tho hammer; bal
ance upon confirmation of salo' by
tho Court nnd execution nnd delivery
of Deed nnd Assignment nf Lease, by
Commissioner, Deed and Assignment
nf Lease to bo at expense of pur
chaser. Tor further particulars apply' to
Messrs Smith, Wnrron & Ilonienwny,
nttorne)s for petitioner, nt thHr of
fices, Judd Ilulldlng, Honolulu, or to
the undersigned, nt his olllee In 'thn
Judiciary Ilulldlng, In Honolulu
M. T. 8IMONTON.
Dated, Honolulu, October ,14, A. D. ,
1910. . X ' .'
4749 Oct. II, 21, 28; Nov. 4,11.