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EVENING niJM.ETIN, HONOLULU. T II. TTESDAY, OCT. IS. 1.010.
Where Sixty Cents Wjll Hej-e the Purchasing Power of One
FOR THREE DAYS, BEGINNING MONDAY, OCTOBER 17
30-inch PERCALES, S.eclal .....10 yards for $1.00
"30-inch MADRAS SHIRTING, Special... 0 yards for $1.00
3G inch FRENCH MADRAS, Special 8 yards for $1.00
Wc require space in our shelves and in order to get it
we are making this SPECIAL OFFER.
Shop early on Monday and get the best selection. -
Get theNovemberDelineator Now
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Comer Fort and Beretinia Streets Opposite Fire Station
The Winter Rains
may do seri
tn vntir nrn.
. "pcrty Alnless- it has been properly filled and
' i graded. I will send an experienced engineer
to estimate the cost of grad- n W POND
ing and of suitable filling if T "VllI,
you will telephone me. Tel. 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,
$1,50 and upwards; with private bath.. $2 and upwards;
parlor, bedroom and private bath, $5 to $10.
AMERICAN PLAN $3 and np per day.
NOT ONLY THE BEST AT THE PRICE, BUT THE
EQUAL OF ANY AT ANY PRICE.
Honolulu Repres;ntative: WILLIAM DOUTHITT.
ROOM 308, McCANDLESS BUILDING
There has boon Incorpor
ated In this collection nil tlio
best or the Hawaiian Sours.
It should ho In eory homo on
the iBlntuls, niul will be bIh
coroly npproilated by your
friends on the mainland.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
Office Supply Co.,
GLOBE.WERNICKE FILING CAB!
NETS and BOOKCASES,
OENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY,
Tho recognized floor cover
ing for this climate.
It can beMvashed with boil
ing water or disinfections.
Wo liavo It lnv plain colors,
lulnlds and prints.
The covering for your Of
fice, Store, and Rooms in
Lewers & f ooke,
177 SO. KINO STREET
031 FORT STB. EET
CHILDREN HAPPY AGAIN
Our Toy Department now open,.
with a Fresh Stock of TOYS. GAMES
and a splendid line of BOOKS.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
, King Street
Every mail brings the latest of
the best sellers.
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB
Prompt 'and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
Phone 1179 Night Call 1014
(Continued from Pace 1)
case they aro called out by the Unit
ed States they iccclvo tho tegular
pay of privates In the regulms, no
cents a day, but .the State makes up
tho difference 0f" two dollars a day.
uero in Hawaii mere Is abso
lutely no pay for tho men when
they are called out by the Territory,
and It Is manifestly unfair to take
a man from work, .where ho may
be making from two and one-half to
four or fhe dollars a day, is a skill
ed mechanic, and pay him nothing
for the time he serves the Govern
incut. Case Is ited.
"In tho l.ahalna riot, wheti the
guard was caled out, not one of the
men received a ent of pay, and tho
officers had to make up a deficit of
$2X0 from their own pockets.
"It Is no-more than right that
some pay should be received from
the Federal government, since tho
guard has been put Into the first
lino of defense with tho regulars,
where formerly they were tho second
Colonel Jones says there Is some
thing always coming up which took
money fiom the i pockets of officers
ami men nearly every month, nnd as
tho Territory did not make any pro
vision for pay whatever. It was an
Imposition on the men of the guard
to call them out.
In closing, the colonel said that
If this scheme of pay passed next
Congress, It would help materially
In the (luard of Hawaii and give
both officers and men a greater In
centive than they had hud before to
bring tho Organization up to the ut
What Wood Thinks.
Tho St. Inils Times of October 4
has the following account of Gen
era! Wood's plan for payment of tho
General Leonard Wood, chief of
staff of the United States army, In
nn addresB beforo the National
Guard Association Tuesday, said
that he wus In favor of tho Keil.
ernl government paying the enlist
ed men ami officers of the State Na
tional Guard n salary, based on the
number of drills In which they par
ticipate. "I am glad to be with the Na
tlonnl Guard," said General Wood,
In prefacing his brief address, "and
I want to assure you that I recog
nize tho value to the nation or such
nn organization ns this that you
"The development of tho National
Guard Is now well under way, and
I want to assure you that I stand
icndy to aid and cooperate with you
In every possible wny to innke the
National Guard more effective nnd
to raise It as nearly on par with tho
regular army as Is possible.
"I favor the .plan of paying tho
men constituting tho National
Guard, nnd I think that the proposed
schedule Is about right. This sched
ule gives officers below tho rank of
general K. per cent, of tho salary of
officers, of tho samo rank In the reg'
ular army. , The commanding officer
Is allowed G per cent, more, while
enlisted men nro allowed 25 per
cent, of tho enlisted men of tho reg
"This snlary Is based on tho max
imum number of drills. Tho law
provides that thero must be no few
ifj than 24 dillls, and If the full
number of 48 drills Is participated
In the officers nnd men get tho sal
ary as outlined, If they drill n less
number of times than 48 they will
obtain pay In proportion."
The first aid to a weak
stomach, sluggish liver or
constipated bowels should be
the Bitters, because vit has
proven its right to be called
"the best." It is for Indices
tion, Costiveness and Malar
ial Disorders. Try it.
Compartments in the
,For Particulars Inquire of"
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
For sale by Deacon, Smith & Co
Ltd.; Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Hllo Drui
Co.; and at all Wholesale Llquo'
patted from the servl c, nssumed hli
duties tho first or October, 1'JOI.
Joining tho staff In July, 190R,
T. J. Nojes, now a day Inspector,
has risen from the position of night
watchman. All of theso men have
ninny friends who nie loth to be
lieve that they have committed nn
offense that would call for such
drastic measures ns have been pur
sued following the investigation.
Collector Stncknble was busy this
morning going over tho list or eli
gible candidates on the Civil Service
llf with his chief clerk, J. W.
Ileforo the decapitations nre con
eluded, It I fiecly predicted that
a number of additional heads will
fall Into the collector's basket. This
will mean that n number of ell r
guiles on the outstanding customs
lists will receive a call to Join the
It may bo necessary to hold an
examination at once in. order to so-
ciiio uiose proucieni 10 nil mo vn
HOME CURE FOR ECZEMA
It really seems strange that so
ninny people suffer year In and year
out with eczema, when It Is noW nj
longer n secret Hint oil of winter-
green mixed with thymol, glycerine,
etc., makes n wash that Is bound to
Old, obstinate paces, It Is true, can
not he cured In u few days, but there
Is absolutely no sufferer from eczema
who over used this simple wnBh and
did not (luil IMMEDIATELY that
wonderfully soothing, calm, cool sen
sntion that conies when the Itch Is
taken nwny. Instantly upon apply
ing a few drops, of the wash tho icm
edy takes offeqf, the Itch is allay
ed. .There Is no need pf experiment
the patient knows AT ONCE.
Instead or trying to compound the
oil of wlntorgrecn, thymol, glyrer
Ine, etc,, In thoi right proportions
ourselves we nro using n prescrlp
Hon which Is universally round the
most effective, It -tin known ns th
D. I). D.. Prescription, or Oil oT Win
tergreen Compound. It Is made by
the D. D. I). Co. of Chicago, nnd our
long experience with) this remedy
lins given us great confidence In Its
Honolulu Drug Company,
BLUE SERGE SUITS
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
A Style Leader
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., Ltd.
Chas. R. Frazier,
fOUR ADVERTISE!! .
Phone 1371 122 King St.
Will do it
THE RENEAR W:
ALQAR0BA BEAN MILLS
Everything in BpoRb!
BROWN &. LYON CO., LTD,
Alex. Young Building
THE BEST PLUMBINQ
Is Bone by
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the Honolulu custoniH service will
Lliuve had a somewhat painful nudl-
cucoMvith the chief of fctuff.
' That the resignation or those
now out .of tho servlco wcro de
manded by Stackablo Is looked upon
as it roregono conclusion. In prac
tically every Instance tho offices hold
by tho employes wcio closo to tho
(op of the service and the pay was
In keeping with tho position,
Deputy Collector Ha nil has been
nshoclated with tha customs torvlca
for tho past ten jcars. Ho joined
tho department on October 7, 1901,
nod fiom thu position of Inspector
ho has steadily risen from tho ranks
until ho had been placed In cliaifto
hf.tho entire rorco of day and night
InspectoiH. Haven has a wldo cir
cle qf friends, and ho Is admittedly
a faithful nnd conscientious worker,
I)6puty Collector nnd Inspector
jncohsnii dates his connection with
tho customs had to a tlmo when It
was operated under the republic.
Ills acquaintance among shipping
and business people In iie city Is an
extensive one. He lu i been rnlod
as onu or tho best mo.i In tho service.
(. A. Holers, a day Inspector
"Tho Territory Is losing nionoy
becuuso thcio are many public lands
upon which the leases hnvo run out
and no Icahcs have been made, sev
eral of thcbu now being beforo tho
land board nilil hao beeic thero
awaiting action of that body for soV'
erul weeks," Kild Laud Commission'
cr Campbell this morning lu ro
spoiiso to it question.
In speaking of Kapau lauds, which
wero all ready to leaso and for
which leases had been inudo out
ready for adlon Just beforo tho pas
sage of tho amended Organic Act,
tho commissioner stated that theso
wcro still hanging Ilio In tho land
board for no apparent reason except
the members of tho hoard wore try
ing to get out n f tho responsibility
or having nn thing to do with this
"Thero nro hundreds of n'res of
this land, and It Is doing ubboluto
ly nothing," ho said this morning.
"There hnvo been no applications
for opening this land for homestead
the I'ortugiicso saying they do not
want It unless the Mnl.co Sugar Co.
The commissioner stnted that tho
Government did not ?:nnt to rush
matters through, but that every ncro
lying Idle was costing (ho Govern
ment money, because the money re
ceived rrom lenses was tu be detot
ed to opening nnd. fencing land for
homestead, nnd the longer the land
was not leased which was not want
ed ror homesteads, the more the Gov
ernment stood to lose,
l.tmil mnv lie withdrawn from
leaso nt nny time, but tho lessor!
enn have time to take tho growing'
rop off beforo giving up tho land,
to the Government.
In this connection It has been held
that rnttnons above tho ground aro
n crop nnd land can not be with.)
drawn until nftcr this chip bus been
gathered. However, If there Is olio
llqld of growing cane, first, second
nnd third rnttoans, the growing cane
und the first rattoons can bo tnketi
oft before thu land Is taken away
lor homestead purimscs. I
For teverul weeks now tho land
board has boon sidestepping the Issue
or Knpna lenses, apparently, from
tho nttltudo tho members take In
the meetings, no one. wanting to
shoulder tho responsibility, nt least
until ufter election, and pleading Ig
norance, of land nnd ' conditions
whenevor tho 'matter Is brought up
foe n decision.
CONSUL UYENO'S MEETING
At 4 o'clock this afternoon, an Im
poitnnt meeting will bo held lu Iho
private ofllco of Consul General Ujcno.
for tho purpose of nrranglug for a
leccpllon to La tendcied .tho ntllcers
of tho Jnpancso suuidron, duo to ar
rlo hero rrom .Inpan, November 2 A
number or the prominent Japanes-, I
Is said, hao been Invited to ho pres
ent. . i
and one of the stuff who linn now iiuouco thoy do not want tho laud," week.
The Pioneer Plumber
183 Merchant Street Phone 1031
Today's arrivals Include tho Inter
Island steamer Nllhau from lonokai
tlin vnannl nt-rlvltii? tlila nwirtittu' ullli
remains thero, whoro thoy may sell a shipment of 380C sacks of sugar.'
the ratio or other products thoy ralso 331 sacks of coffeo nnd 38 packages
on the land. ' of sundries. The Nllhau met with con I
"Without tho plantation tha small islderablo rough wc.it her on 'her out'
landholders would have no place to ward Miyago and Iho seas were rotiKh!
sell their product, and In conso- dining tho gi eater portion of last
REOAL SHOE CO. '
Kins and Betbel.
fU' y hi
Our Five-Dollar Specials
Represent the Best Styles i
Turbans and Street Hats
Just Arrived ex llilonian
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