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RVKNINO lU'M.FriN. HONOLULU, T. II., ritlDAY, OCT. 21, 1D10.
Dangsr From Rats
No One Cntt All oril lo Allow Tlicwe
Tests to Live.
A Bin?! rt "III MmFiltnMilomon than Ira
dollars ilaitiace In ro r homeor store In a nlnht.
And the rll net'rlnnc. tmi ralsMlarm rair.l
lies to dutror lroitrtr and endannr health.
At tbi tlrt aim of ran. drlrx thtm nut (if ths
house to die. villb Slrarni' Klrctrle lui and
Itmich lattt4. QuarantrfHl to nlulutHrer
trmlnuto Ihrmars-our nmnry hhrh IroSure
d'atti tu ccItroacheH und, other vriiLln.
B'rarni'niectrlal'aato loM nrdriiiutltttflt
ami j-t iirrtulil on rwel lit of price. 1 oi. boa
Stearns' KIcctrle Paste Co , Chicago. 1IL
"THE WITCHING HOUR"
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NKW YOI1K, Oct. 10, Wlion l'rualc J. Gould's horses compete on tho
Kiencli nice courses this full ho will bo thereto wutch them. Ills horsus
netted him more than 7U,IW0 francs lust Benson, und he'oxpects to branch
out more next season. When Mr. Gould Bulled from New York ho .wits
iiccompiinled by tho former Miss Kdlth Kelly, whom lio Is reported to huvo
mutried. Ilo.th refused to deny or ulllrm wjiethei'-thoy weio married, and
us their names do not appear on tho passenger Hut of tho Muurctanlu per
Hona wete allowed to draw their own conclusions. One thine that Mr.
tluultl wns mobt cnlpliutlo about was u tctjuc-xt (hut tha report that ho was
to renouneo his American citizenship bo denied an vehemently as possible.
LA F0LLETE BREAKS
Senator Said to Have Aspira
tions for the Presidential
WASHINGTON, October 8. One of
the most InterestinB bits of political
Information that has coinn to Wash
ington in tho past weok Is n direct
tip from Wisconsin that Benutor I-n
Folletto has repudiated Uoosovclt ub
tin ally, If Indeed ho oyer recognized
him as such.
Some of the politicians In "Wash
ington nscrlbo It to professional Jeal
ousy. It Is known hero that Ia Fol
lette'8 followers In Wisconsin nre al
102B Ntiuanu St.
THE Chalmers "30". is the only
medium priced car that was
ever awarded the Glidden Trophy
Of !1 the Glidden Tourt, that of 1910 ti tha
longest, and br far the harden. It lilted (or sixteen
running day's and covered 2,851 miles. It ttarnd at
Cincinnati and went " by way o( Dillai, Tciai,"
through thirteen States to Chicago.
Wordi and pictures cannot mate plain the ricking
cobblestone roads of Kentucky the stump-studded
forest trails of the Tennessee mountains the mimpa
of Arkansas the deep, treacherous sands of Texas
the mud of Kansas the bridgeleis southern streams or
the sneltering heat that punished cars and men alike.
It is the opinion of experts who made this lour
that no car in the world could hare completed it with t
perfect score. Yet, from Cincinnati to I.oulullle to
Nashillle to Sheffield, Ala. to Memphis to I.lttle
Rock to Hot Sptines toTexatkana to Dallas to
Lawton, Oklahoma to Oklahoma City to Wichita,
Kansas eleven consecutive days out of the sixteen,
through the hardest part of the trip and for five
days after every other car on the tour had been
penalized, not a single point could be assessed against
the Chalmers "30"' the $1500 car $1600 with mag.
neto, Prcit-O-I.ite tank and. gat lamps.
In all the history of motoring, there is no per
formance like this. The Glidden Trophy has never
been won before by a car costing less titan $4000.
If you are thinking of buying a car, what better
proof could you ask of reliable performanit under all
Qialmers Motor Company Detroit, Mich.
ready grooming It I in for President In
10J2. Thoybellflvo the Sonntor should
reap whero ho has sown.
Tho Senator's friends realized somo
time ago that Hoosovolt Is a candldato
for tho Kepubllcan nomination In 1012
and oxpects Insurgent support. A
Btoiy conies from Wisconsin that La,
I'olletteo's friends refused" point-blank
to lnlte Hoosovolt to spcuk in the
Stuto campaign, though usked to do
MTII l!I.I,li:VKI) AT OXCK.
That terrible Itch disappears with
tho first nnoi's of n. n. n. l'ro-
sctlptlon, It kills all skill disease
gorms Instantly. A soothing, healing
lotion, used externally only. Hono
lulu Drug Co.
conditions than you have In the Glidden Tour record
of the winning Chalmers "30" I
The Chalmers "it" has never been defeated
In any Important motoring event by any car of
It price and power class. The Chalmers "Forty"
won the Detroit Trophy In the 1909 Glidden Tour.
Chalmers cars have won more events of all kinds In
proportion to the number entered than other cars.
In addition to perfect mechanical performance,
you get in the Chalmers all the beauty of Una and
finish that you can find In any car.
What more could you ask In any car at any price
than you get in the medium-priced Chalmers r
We have never had so large a volume of business
as we have now. There has never been so satisfying a
demand for Chalmers cars as there has been since we
announced our 1911 models. Yet this demand will
not affect the Chalmers policy of, building cart for
quality, not quantity.
We suggest, therefore, that you place your order
now, so as to be,sute of getting the car that is your
first choice. Chalmers cars are the first cholca
of those who look most carefully into the automo
bile question and know the most about automobile
1911 cars are now on .exhibition. Deliveries" an
being made according to schedule.
andtr Stldtn Pattnt
dealers in motor cars
WINS HIS CASE
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The Charge of Attempted Ab
duction Did Not
Spoclnl recruiting ngent,0. A. Stet-
en, wlio has been operating In inn
southern Philippine Islands for thn
. . . . .... ,.. !.. Int.. ...... At
1'llKl IWU yKilia, III INC IIUi:irfl,nUl
the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Asso
ciation, continues to meet ultli somo
spirited opposition from the employ
era of nntlvo labor down that way.
Steven has Just been cleared of n
chnrgfl mndo ngulhnt one of his as
sistants who Is nlleged to hao at
tempted the nbditctlon of n half-dozen
boys from n Ilnptlst Mission school
As a result of tho flrst court pro
ceedings In which Hawaiian I'lnnters'
emigration ntlieluls lime figured the
charges brought against the agents
worn itlfcmitaeil by the local Justice
of tho penco.
It appears that on tho Inst run of
the I'anay to Cebu, Josa Alvai, who
was on his way to Cebu to enter the
employ of Mr. O. A. Steven, repre
senting tho company, mid thinking
that he saw a clinnco to do somo
work? befom leaving Hollo, gathered
up six; boys from thn Ilnptlst, Mission
Illltlo School and tho Mission Indus
trial School of Jard and took them
along to Colin with him. Charges
were 11 led against him by those In
chargo of thn lllble School and his
urrost was ordered, but thero wns not
sufficient time for service of tho war
runt before tho I'anay sailed and tho
arrest was not offoctcd until Alvns
reached Cebu. Wluti tho matter enmo
to tho, attention of Mr. Stovcn, ho Im
mediately employed a representative
to Investigate the affair In Hollo,
bringing the boys back with him, ex
cept thn onu who bud gone from tho
.The cliargVstllled against Alvns sot
forth tho circumstances under which
It was alleged that the hoys bad been
abducted from tho school. Tlioso In
clmrgd alleged that two of tho boys
lind been placed In tho school by
their parents only on condition that
tho Instructors would become re
sponsible for tho boys. 'At tho trial
two "pf tho boys produced letters of
recommendation from the principal of
thu lllbta school glen Just prior io
their going uway with Alvus, another
produced ills cedulit showing that he
was of sujllclent age to care for him
self, and tho other two testified that
they had novor been placed under the
enro of tho Bible school by their par
ents. Upon tills evidence Mr. Monti
nola dismissed tho caso, Hollo Hn
Tho Warsaw (Poland) street-cnr
company Iiiih promised to consider
thn wago demands of Its cmplowes
and n nominal sorvlco throughout tho
City was restored, One thousand
strikers who wore arrested hnn been
W o e 1 1 y II u 1 1 e 1 1 u $1 per jenr,
F0NG TELLS WHY
HE DID IT
Admitted Intent tg Assassinate
.Chinese Prince Charged
"With Attempt Murder,
BAN riMNClSCO, Oct. 10,-i
"China need's a few George Wash-
Instoua. and I wanted to give my
lfe. In an.eltort to open the way for"
progress! my country," declared
Coot-go i rung, the young Chinese
who' attempted the assassination of
Ptltice distill, uncle of tho Kmporor
of China, to Cuplaln of Detectives
Petersen In Oakland yesterday and
thereby removed I ho legal obstacles
which had hlo ked tho formal lodg
ment of a charge against him.
This was done without delay, De
tective Sergeant McMnhon swearing
to a complaint charging him with
assault with n deadly weapon with
Intent to commit murder. He will
bo arraigned In thn police court be
fore Judge Smith .Monday morning.
Though, Secret Service, Agent
Harry MoIM nnd Detective Sergennt
McMiihon were witnesses to the ns-
sault, and, In fact, prevented an as
sassination, considerable doubt ex
isted in tho minds of the authorities
ns to the exact charge to be made.
It was flrBt believed that a charge
of carrying a concealed weapon was
the most severe that could be made.
Then Kong confessed to Petersen
and fho nvemia to prosecution was
cleared. The Chinese gloried In his
action, according to Petersen. He
explained that hn wus the leader of
the Voting China Association, with
headquarters at 912 Stockton street,
and said he took every precaution
to safeguard his attack.
He told of tho purchase of a re
volver In San Krattclsro and a sub
sequent test which hn made of the
weapon In the hills hack of llerke.
ley to assure himself thnt It wns in
"Now blood nnd now Ideas are
needed In China," he told Captain
peteri.cn. "Tho present dynasty Is
Inimical to the progress of my cottn
try and by removing Prince Hsuti,
I would bo removing an obstacle
Hint stood In the path of progress,
China needs a few George Washing
tons, and I am willing to'orTsr my-
Bclf as a martyr."
Ilerkoley detectives searched
Kong's room nt tha Berkeley fra
ternity house where he wns, employ
ed ns cook. Much Chinese litera
ture was, found nnd, the pollco pro-
poso to have It Interpreted In tho
belief that It may lead to the rove
Intlon of other men In the plot.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the T SIS?--
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Medical science Is condemning the
doughnut, thus vindicating the quality
of, the much-durldv'd hole In the mid
dle of It. Indianapolis Star.
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iVIio Is an Aclor us'
TO THE DRAMA
Proves That Company's Abil
ities Arc Not Restricted
Aunt Dinah Miss Kvn Martelln
Jaek llrooknold. .Mr. (lei), II. Howard
Ijw Klllncer ,.r...Mr. Arthur Kllou
Tom Denning Mr. Hobcrt McKIm
Mrs. Alice Campbell
Miss Dorcas Matthews
Mrs. Helen Whlpplo
Miss Marlon Dunn
Viola Campbell ...Miss Hetty Johnson
Clay Whlpplo ...Mr. James II. Norton
Mr. Charles R. Murphy
Judge Prcntlco ...... Mr, Ouy Illtnor
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It Is no small feat to turn from the
broadest of comedy to tho finest of
drama, from the fnrclal to tho psycho
logical, nnd to score a success In both
but that fs what tlio Ocorgo II. How
ard company tins done this week nt
tho Orplieum. Tho players followed
Ado'sromcdy, "Father nnd tho Hoys,"
with Augustus Thomas' mnstorpleco.
"Tho Witching Hour." and tlio open
ing of tho latter Inst night afforded
an evening of pleasure for a largo au
"Tho Witching Hour" affords Mr.
Howard on opportunity to get entire
ly away from farce-comedy. Save for
a little cynical, quiet humor, the part
of Jack llrookdeld, gambler, plnyed by
Mr. Howard has fow comedy lines
and tho entire play depends for Its
effect on unusually strong situations
clever character delineation nnd tho
Introduction of tho fascinating psy
etiological element. Tills clement In
Tho Wllchlng Hour" Is n dramatized
argument for thought transference, or
mentnl telepathy as somo scientists
"Tho Witching Hour," hnwocr, Ih
not a dry troutlso on telepathy, from
tho standpoint of n college professor
hut a wonderfully woen combination
of action and sentiment, .tho latter
brought In so deftly, so dellcnfoly and
sweetly that It is neither ob'ruslvo nor
cloying. Critics io find fault with
the dramatic construction of "The
Witching Hour" nro iiii. igiiorunt
or unsympathetic, for It Is iippaiont
that 'every sentenro Is a deliberate
stop toward tho effect ho Bceks to olh
Company Good Interpreters,
' The Howard company gives a strong
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Interpretation of tho Thomas master
piece. Mr. Howard ijocs not follow
tho lines laid down by John Mason,
who cieated tho 'pa t, hut Invests It
with his own Idee und mikes llrook
Held of n lighter, less dlgnltlcd but
more human type, Hn Is glen good
inpport from the rnttro company, Tho
story cen'ers nrtuind a murder com
mitted by young Clay Whipple whlld
In n nt of superstitious terror. James
II. Norton maW tho pirt of Clay n
good onn, boy h hut with qvldences
if xticnmlt '" confim maturity. His
mothi-r, M 'U'len Whljiplo Is ono
itlM' lcndliu roles and Is well plnyed
by Mls Mar)on Iluiin while Mrs. Allco
Campbell Is handled with under
standing by Miss .Dorcas Mntthows.
Charles I J. Murphy Is good In (ho dls
igieenblo roo " Trank llnrdmuth,
mil fluy miner lends n pleasing touch
as Justfca Prentice of the supremo
court. Hetty Johnson In tho Juvenile
part of Viola Campbell Is natural and
pretty, and tho other members' lend
their best efforts.
Tho Witching Hour" Is pitched In
a low key, and tho scenes nro so close
ly woven hy the dlulogtio that to miss,
ono senlcnco often means to lose tho
meaning of n scene. It Is a hard
play to follow, and what with cars
roaring outsldo ami tha sudden clamor
of rain on the roof of tho Orplieum,
tho audience followd somewhat lame
ly, but It was worth following. It Is
a play that Is good to see ftom many
stnndiolnts, not tho least of which Is
the sentimental, It will bo repeated
tonight, tomorrow afternoon nnd to
GOOD TALENT AT
All the amusement places on the
vaudevllle-plcturo circuit changed
their films and vaudeville acts last
night and a few moments spent nt
each place Bhowcd that there is a
rare gathering of talent nt tho pres
ent tlmu In Honolulu. There Is no
need to complain of lack of theatrical
amusements whon such artists ns'tlie
Iltown and W'llmott dancing team, or
)he midget dancer, Clara Keating, uro
showing hero. Tho first two named
nro showing nt tho Park Theater and
nro delighting largo audiences every
night with their perfect dancing Miss
Keating Is at tho Kmplre and she H
Increasing her number of admirers
(tightly with her catchy songs and
distinctly mannerisms. Other peo
ple nt tho illrforent places are Ilanco
Smith nnd the Mascotte Bisters, acro
batic dancers, nt tho Novelty Tho
ater, Tho Park haa live people nil
told, the two mentioned, Albert the
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en frames. In oval, round nnd
A most rnrcfully-selected
nnsorlmcnt of mouldings thai
wo make up Into frames that
will show your picture to tho
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