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RVRN'INQ ntJU.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. If., SATtmOAY OCT IS, 1910
I ijr (I'M Pi 1, u
' , (Contin.uedIfrqm Pafee 8)
Jirlco level lyyhlcjl coffee .linn attain
rd, ninl sonfo of those who did not
,Jay In 11 sufficient surlily when, nrlces ply next cr, and. nte empowered
JveroV. loner hftvcbe,!un to protest to sell nn n1Idltlon.1l COO. 000 bans.
jhat tho coffee market Is.'Vornercd.", should It lie found that prl'cs war'!
Jjartf, tho Uirnw of tho loan against
which the coffee Is "hold "being Tm
pcrathe. Tho 1910 supply hns nl-!
ready gono Into consumption, nnd be-
causo no more cf It can bo brought
forward undor the provisions 'of the
loan until next jcir, It Is easy tf '
see, why some coffee uconlq have been'
ready to siy that there Is a "cor
ijhn trustees, of this coffee will sell
700,000 baps of "the remaining sup-
iWas Patient In Onnon's Hns.
w 1 i t I- t
Was Patient In Queen's Hos
' pital and Took French
Leave Today. '
Bay Market It "Cornered.'
ranted such further sale.
I This morning n prisoner nimcd
r?nit Vil, n ho U .... II .. . I TM.n ...!. Ill 1. .. tl l mm 1 1
.... .UIK cw, u.ey ,v, ...i ...ra "Ml . .l...i.c,., 0uon. ,., ... .nmB ,
'Sam Kahl, who has been confined at
me "packed with coffee," v.hlch i. hlRl. .0 b,lng this coffee on the mar-, Xf" (n .. 7t,tgo
.enR held off the, market so that ket Is believed .0 bo certain A ', jj 2mZy oJ 'King discing.
'"'" "" " ihwu,iii niKiier. iiuni tuum crup in ihuii " ort, jind Ins not been seen since.
, While tho allegations of a cornti Inst season having failed to meet thj k nm,0 two g.ta,,;,, boforc tlw
io fnr have been made In compirn- consumers' demand, nnd thus having present affair, and on olio occasion ho
Jlvoly few quarters,' thai , h,avo been diminished the world's supply, hasjwnp caught hnnglag around a trans
jnndo In such a way and under; suchjheen 9110 factor; another factor hna port that wns nbiut to 16ac for Ma
circumstances that before, .long ,11 been, tho prospect 'that tho out-turn nlla. One oilier tlmo ho was at lib
great deal will bo hcard"about tho of tho Ilrailllnn crop, wlilch Is nnw,crt for a week or so. but was recap
,"corncr In the coffco mnrkct " But flowering, would be small. Ilniljturod through n woman giving I1I111
fritflftrM nt, titn rnffna L'a.hiiHM ujMltin. fn- fh. nrn.i Itfia lififtn Avnn. AWfll.
Iv .... ... xu,..u lALliailKO i.t.0..,., IUI .id v."' ....u uw.. ...,. ,-- ,-.
lnnlntnln that tho present situation rlcnccd for a month pastTwo light
ilocs not bear tho slightest resent- crops, and constantly growing enp
Mnnco to a "corner." .anovulation sumntlon of coffco. aro not conja-
Jn coffee on a la'r'ge scalo has been cle to low prices,, traders argue, so n day or two. Howrcter. this morning
iiormnnt for sovcral years, nnd trad- the) nearly nil predict n further ad
era dcclaro that tho present high ancc. "
lovel Is not duo to any manlpula-! Ono of the lending wholesale cof
1 tlons of operators,
V That New York warehouses con
.tnln largo sunollcs of unronsted her
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,,.. ,a auuiiuw. Aiiogquicr inoio u-n 111 n rniiununncv i .yii.iKu.H B11- fl0 , as , t . R0..n ,..
-..u ciotu .tuvu,vvv uuva Duitu iiuiv, tMivvra i,i,uKt.iliti win ii nan . jijg trail
Tho youlh hid nearly recovered
from aihnd leg, and would hao bcei
sent back Jo tho County prison within
he took."the law Into hli own hands
and skipped out.
Sheriff Jnrrctt has some men out
fro houses with headquarters In New- Jf?ll'nBll,f"r1 Kah''1 n'1 ",e ', "
con York hns bought Jn. the last, month j?"'''1 ,l0c ' b"'?,,8,1 ', T
,e, ?00.000 bag. of .offec ulnl
Jiut nf these 1.400,000 bats are hy- hand 100 000 bags. These pur-
,,iothccntcd under tho; llraztllnn "val- ch"es hnxo hod Fomethlng to do
orlzatlon loan" of two jears ngo, and with bringing nbnut tho abrupt rlso
,can noi unacr any circumsinnccs on in prices recenu, uui inev nnvn
K)ld now. This lonvcs an nvallab'o been only Incident to the genc-.!
(supply on hand of 900,000 bags to upward trend of coffee prices.
enro for the consumptive domands , ,
kot tho 'rcninlndcr of 1910, nnd this .forest rervlco experts havo cnlcur
nupply, oyen,. allowing for Increase lated thnf wood worth J2SO.9OO.OOO
tbrouKli shipments now under way b used for fuel In a jear In tho
from Ilrnzll, Is far below normal. A United States.
5 ear ngo the supply, at this time
wns double 900,000 bags. Klcctrlc cars, lights nnd telophono
These figures npply only to New scrvlco wero clipped at K.nnsas City
York, but thoy reflect, conditions In by a storm which raged for nearly
nil of thp world's markets. Sup efsh,tr Jioyrs. , y 1
piles of tho rnw berry nro unusually ,
low, nnd as roasting demands exceed
Ftippllcs there Is a, constant diminu
tion In tho avnilablo surplus. I
Were the coffco that Is hypothe
cated against tho Ilrnzlllan loan to
i. ,. ,. .. ..,
iiv bujii, 11 unquesiionauiy woid mn
rmm iiuiiicrs. in i.urono nna ina,-- 1
United States there aro 0,250,000 people of open mind having Dla
bags bcld backv fropi market under botcii or lunlng filends who have,
tho provisions of tho loan. That cnn hear of somothlng to their ad
umouiit Is sufficient, roughly figured. vantage lf"thcy will 'call. 'Helpful
to supply the world for nearly halt, diet list fren. '
p j car. Hut' oTTly certain amounts! ""' "" '
of this "alorlied" coffee can bo sold HONOLULU PRUO CO.. LTD.
A iTantalum Electric
It will reduce your electric light
Has all the advantages of other
f globes; aridit will not breaic
Motors kept in oraer for a
" nominal monthly charge
(Continued from Pnirr 1)
11)0 npillcatlons ato bclngt-taken up
according to th9 tlmo they wero madn
P inai uiCEo onicr ones will bo sup
plied' first nnd then everjono In or
der. Tho extra EG? switches Jtut Install
ed which makes 1. to'nl of 2,600 sub
scrlb'rs wl)l prnctlcalli all bo taken
by the applicants nlreai! on fllo nt
tho office of the compiny, nnd the
applications nro coming In consider
able numbera qvcry day.
Ojo. renson given for tho largo nam
Ijfr of applications within the pist
tljrccor four weeks la that rnnny per
sons wal'cd to seo how tho now a
cm wquld work before asking for a
phono and as soon as It wns soon that
everything was nil riant ihcv n,in
hast-to-flle'Tlpinicnnons. " "
.Manager Hummel sa)s that ovpry
tlmo he goes out on the street, rldeit
nown town on n car or n fact show
himself nnywhew. thsro nro an) where
from two to a dozen people after him
nsxing wncn their phones will bo put
In. At present he it thinking serious
ly of coming to and going from the
pfflco li a closed earrings until his
force gotH n couple of hundred moro
There nro n number of private ex-
chances bolng put In. one nt Thtt
I'lcasnntou will bavn 70 phoncA con'
ncrted wl(h It and another one w tilth
is being made for tho Moani wU bao
n capacity 01 zuu phones although
but 100 aro 'o bo Instilled ut first".
The extra board room Is for tho rooms
In tho addition to tho ho'cl which h'
Within n few weeks tho new tele
phone directory will be compiled, work
on this being put off until nearly tho
whole 2 BOO phones nro put In so that
there will hne to be but fow addl
'Ions to tho book.
It Is oxpoclol that tho director) will
bo ready to Issue by tho mldrtlo of
rtcccmh'r ns tha grentcr part of tho
work (will bo dono by that time
If fjio applications for new phonos
come In nn fust for I ho next two or
(hreo wcpjtg s they hae dono In Hie
pist It will bo nccossiry to Install n
case of S00 moro switches thus mak
ing the total number 3,000
Work nn the outside oxchang'H will
be commenced ns soon ai possible and
parried to completion, jn outlylns
dls'rjcts llko Knlmukl 200 applications
for phones aro wanted before nn ex
change Is Installed.
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An independent concern that has
H. S. MARTINEZ, Mgr.
HIT SMALL SHOPS
(Continued from face 1)
hoalth of tho city,, nn to mako tho
shops clean nnd wholesome.
"Wo may hao some troublo In en
forcing tho now ordinance. In fnct,
some pressure has already been
brought to bear on uoino of tho rnin
at, work nn tho ojdlnunco to mako
the rules as easy lisV'osible Tlifj
will hny no effect.
" "On the other band, several of tho
heaviest dealers In provisions, who
nro most affected 1 tho prniioscd re
gulations, hne voluntarily assured
mo of their support and declared
tliemschCB read) to compl) with tho
rules as soon ns the) know what
must bo dono "
I Jr. Mnckatl thinks Jlio new pnjln
aijro,wlll hardly go Into effect beforo
tho first of tho car.
f'lmiiei itonlnln of Iiinllle, III,
v.as found dead with a stab w?un)
In his side, and William Nlirum, a
laborer, has been arrested.
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IW IPS t ,MI, 1 MlBJMMSlllPBWJMJtPMWBiW II i HillMiBSB MWftAftw. ! w f ft- ..
You're Paying for a Motor Car
You may think you don't
wont a motor car. But there
isn t any question about your
There is a difference between '
wanting a thing and needing it.
If you need a car you are pay
ing for it. Paying in the time
you lose that a car would save
you. In the opportunities that
get ayay. In the fresh air and
recreation n car would give, but
vhich now you do not get.
Whatever wc really need we
pay for, whether we actually
own it or not. You might get
along: without an oyercoat this
, winter, but you would pay for
. one'juft'the same, You would
' pay will, discomfort and colds.
If you use telephones, tele
graph, wireless, express trains,
electric lights, trolley cars, add
ing machines, dictaphones,
nr napers, typewriters and
laLur saving machinery, then
you need an automobile.
For the automobile has been
, developed to keep pace with the
age that utilizes these other
things the age of speed the
age of efUciency. The motor
How Cvtry Member of the Family
Dtnrfitt by fA Ponettion
of a Motor Car,
Head of the Family 1 Going to and
fi'om business In fresh sir. Mak
ing business calls. Entertaining
customers, and business associ
ates. Tours In the country. More
knpwlcdge of the country. Mental
and physical oxercise of driving.
Clood appetite better digestion
better humor better health.
Witt and Daughter Social calls.
Entertaining. Plenty of freih air
to drive away "nerves." More
time with husband and father.
Sont: Educative value of under
standing and caring for a wonder,
ful piece of machinery. Training
of mental and physical faculties
in diiin. Clean, fresh air,
recreation and decent entertain
ment in company of other mem
bers of family.
car didn't create its demand
after it arrived. The demand
was waiting. It had been wait
ing for forty centuries.
The greatest obstacle to prog
ress is distance. Civilization
consists of doing away with the
space that lies between man
and man, city and city, country
and country, between products ,
of all kinds and the people who
When the steamship, the
railroad and trolley came to
take care of the problem of
community or public transpor
tation, the world took a long
to take care of the problem of
individual transportation, the
world took another long step
ahead. If you haven't realized
it, then the world has stepppd
The man with a motor gets
down to his business in the
morning quickly, cleanly ana
with gladness. ,
He arrives at his office with
the sparkle of the sunshine and
fresh air in his blood and brain.
He is able to take up his bust
ness problems with clearer
vision and greater energy than
the man who has been worried
and doped by, the rush and jam
and thctbad air of a crowded
train or street car.
The mn in a motor car can
cover 50 to 100 miles in a, day
just on business errands in the
city, kceplng.a'ppointiTients that
it wquld take many days to make
under the old system.
At noon time he can use his
car to entertain his business
associates with a five or ten mile
ride to a pleasant luncheon
place. He can send it out in
the afternoon to entertain guests
while he goes ahead with his
business. Or, if he wants to
take himself or a visitor to a
train, he allows just a ,..v min
utes' leeway and the motor car
ries him to the depot swiftly
After the day's work, he
arrives home again; arrives
with weariness and worry air
sprayed from his brain; with a
keen appetite and good humor
In the evening he may use
his car for a turn around the
parks and boulevard or a spin
into the country with family
The man with a motor car
lives af taller life than if he didn't
have one. He has more experi
ences more sensations. He
does more things. He has a
wider circle of interest and in
fluence. He lives twice as long
in the same length of time as the
man whohasn't a car. Lon"
life is not a question of years so
much as it is of experiences and
accomplishments. Yet motor
cars will be factors in increas
ing the average span of man's
years because they promote
health through outdoor life.
7Vii' Part it to C00J if Doetn't
Need to be Put in Larjm T)pe.
There are many good cars made
nowadays, and any good car Is a
food imeatment. Yet we honestly
believe that Chalmcra Cars offer the
best value for the money of any on
the market. Compare them with
others. Comparison has sold inure
Chalmers Cars than alt our adver
tising. If you can possib'y afford a
motor car, don't put it offany lonjer
but go and buy one. We hope it
will be a Chalmers; but whether it
is or not, don't deprive yourseh'and
your family any longer of the pleas,
ure that by right is yours and tbelrt.
There is nothing that you coutd
invest the money In that will pay
you such a big dividend in the sav.
ing of your time in business and the
saving of your health for years, as
the purchase of a motor car. A
good thing Is a better thing the
sooner you get it. Make your,
family happy tonight by telling them
you have made up your mind to get
thai motor car you have been talk,
ing so much about, namely,
QialmerslMotor Compang Detroit, Mich., u. s. a
(Licensed under Selden Patenti)
DEALERS IN MOTOR CARS
SUES BECAUSE WIFE . ,
IIKDYYOOU CITY, Sept 21 -U
Icglng that the fa I Inn, nt V Mattl
and V A Moure, business men of
the I'eurnilero district In supply his
family with pure .mil firrh wntor
resulted in tho dt.ittt of bis wife
from typhoid fever, tho suilous 111
ners of his duughter uud a number
of utton'dnnt dllllculties II llonznnl
tuiliO floil 11 Full fnr il.iiiinppiiiisiilnat
Ihn two men tor $in,finn
llonzanl nllDcpi that he leaded
what vn known ns tho Monro ranch
from Maltl and V. A. Moore, guard
Inn of the Inrompent, T, Mojaro,
In 1907, nnd that under the terms
of his lease tlio defendants Were 4
see that ho recehed nn abundant
Htippl of pure water. Their nlleged
failure to do so Is glnn ns tho cause
of the death of Horns nil's wife fiom
Uphold 011 Si-ptomher L'.l, 1900, the
follow Ing serious Illness of his ihlld
and the death of much of his rto-k
from disease Por the lost.es and
expense sustained, ns well us tha
tlmo w listed. Hnii7tii seeks the ro
rnerj pt thn sum tilted
Inter Island and O It & I. Shipping
ImokH for sain nt the I) u Hot In
olllce, COb each
OYSTKIl HAY, .N Y , September 30
- Well phased with the result of bis
conference with President Tuft, Theo
dore llooseu'lt returned to Oyster Hay
at ? q 'luck tnolght and droo at uncu
to Sugauiojo Hill
"I had a or,i pleasant Intunluw
wlt,h the President," said tho polonel,
"nnd ait Entirely siitlsfnclnr) talk on
Jim New York sltiiitlou" .
M010 imiplmilrnlly than over tho
(ilonel reiterated lila determination
lint to accept tho nomination for Clcn
Itrnui uf New Yotk. lie was reminded
'ho hud said' that undor no clrcum-stun-o
would bo accept thn nomina
tion for Vice-President In 190o.( jet
the conxentlon nominated him nnd hn
accepted The reminder did not shake
him lie repeated Unit no one could
lorco tho nomination for Gocrnor
1 Chairman Orlscuin Mild ('Mr,
) unset olt and myself nro pleased to
llnd Mr Tnft fully understands tho
significance of the .contest going on '
ll.t this Stutn I, tnutint go Into the
ditiillB nf tvhlt !ni. ' wimt wils pot
dlecusscd tuithcr than to say 1 am
much gra l.lcd nt tho President's at-
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