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nvnNiNo nuM-m-iN. Honolulu, t. it. jiondav, oct. at. iio.
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. L Will You Have
rvWING to the fact that we
" placed our orders for goods
wllichnived on the A.-H. S. S.
"MpTCAN' before we knew
we would give up a part of our
building,- .this UP'J- TO - DATE
MERCHANDISE, as quoted be
low, must also go at the ridicu
lously low prices attached:
Here arc a few of the items:
LADIES' LINEN FINISH, . ONE-PIECE DRESS,
and button trimmings in all colors, including
white, regular price $6.50, reduced to $2.50.
LADIES' FANCY GINGHAM DRESSES, laco' and
embroidery trimmings, with deep flounce and large
pearl buttons, all colors, formerly $5.50, reduced
to $2.50 each.
LADIES' PONGEE ONE-PIECE EVENING DRESS
sotitash trimmed and tucked waist with lace yoke
and collar, all. colors, formerly $6.00, now $2.25
LADIES' LAWN DRESSES, trimmed in Persian
effect, large Pearl b ions and embroidery, for
merly $5.50, reduced to $1.75 a dress.
LADIES' FANCY GINGHAM DRESSES with
Pique Trimmings and silk tic, all colors, formerly
$5.00, now $1.75 dress.
run nntrM'c cuirv i aum nnceece i;ih
lace and embroidery trimmings, formerly $2.50,
reduced to $1.00.
Large assortment of CHILDREN'S FANCY
DRESSES, all colors, formerly $1.00 to $2.00 each
' , ! 0Oc
'f lOho.liot of R)HGEE ancl LINEN LONG .COATS,
.latest styles, formerly $6.'d0 jcach, now' $2150
each. ' ' r '' ' '
' " fo'tWlbt oI-'iJA'DIES' 'LONG COATS, assorted
ft,Q'iif and' styles,. formerly j$5.00 caclvnow $1,75
,cach. j . , ;
ALL GOODS WILL BE SOLD FOR CASH 'ONLY.
L. B. KERR & CO.,
ALAKEA STREET .
-A ' y
J fcJ A KfS- f hH' I
All the Latest Straws and Fedoras Finest
Plain and Tanoy Shirts: Colored or White
From $1.25 up
HOTEL STHFKT NEAR FORT
I nut 1 1) orKimlrol iliri cllon. will iic
ii)iiiillhli HtiinulliliiK ear liy jenr Just
i ns (urtiilnly iih iilher proceiMicH of cult
Xlciilloii will hihcchI, IflicrLiKlod lit.
Hi 'muh or it roliKiiui, tho )iiu-
ji1 .hellof nf ii mrtr. tlio claim of 11
iuiihiifiiUuier nic all If miukon often
, IciioiirIi, neceptul Ii) the ninJorlt fif
l 2J,I t i 4 '4 .... ........1. I Imi fl.fel nr.rt'it.t ltfit
4 I "' 1V-'MU llllll JIIOl ..l ,........ t.tu
(Continued frcni'Tagc ll.) nUlK tcneliiiips of n nnttirlitn nctcl
ifr NiitUhc 't'uiclirnl Ncoplasmi),' oil. If the hhIiio (Hurt ilru uurto.
ifr JikI.IJ TiMiiiK.Titiiioiit ernu Tent- , A to the oilier hciuii of tlio lnf-
loi iturtf.r Iir (liKniiiiif, imfitilElic.l nnic. fcliiut vi nro irsum m mammiii
1 Kvcndip, 7 30-lliinqiict Toastum
trr, l)r C II Wood
In his .nliltui b'.itnnlny nlKlit I)r
Cuirle silil in pint
"In tii oiilnlon, I ho one great fiiu
iliitiantnl ImsIh for hikcvms In cr.ullc.it
I UK n dttljso from a locality, Id to so
cm u tliQ coopcrntlon of tlio people of
lietwoLii,!! wholesome feir of tlio ill
ease mill lack or ilieail or tno mcv
bines aK.iliiBl i he illsoaso liow fnr
nhiill o co In k'ssriiln.; Iho Kovcrlty
of tlio iiioamiuH1 As I iolomly Btat
oil, I inn not paparcil to cuter Into
the iletnllii of tliK h"l only to b.i, us
n ticiicinl nilo icilncc the niensnrea
to n point that will scrnro the lnlReist
the romiiiiinlty In which the iIIbcmhi! mimher of lcpe-s cinifclflteiit with rev
c'xIhIk There inuy ho cuintrlcM wliero biiiihIiIo unfit' That docs not mean
n dl-c.mu, ciin ho Htnmpcil out In upltoj Molokal. On tlio other hand I would
ir the opposition of tliti majority of pcrnonnll hesllutc 1 1 recommend Hint
the 'iHipuhtlon, hill I must nco hiiiIi nlho lepet lnipltnl of Honolulu bo ns
AliiMimiiriii'ii to hellevo It tiosidliln.' centrally situated lis Queen's Hoapltal
Certainly no mich posnlblllty exists In' Ii. dIIIiohkIi H.uikcii would-toll 5011
ati imil'of the United 3tntcH of Amu
I. W'o hco In tlio cao of'niV nffllcted
' rn..ii In flilu TftrrlfMri' fliut llllln fiifi.
i iv 'II ...n . . . ...'.. ...i( ....u liu.
'of the I)mmso, second, Bleat prejinllco
iiKiilnsttho, nieasiires attempted for
Jls control, Theresult Is Opposition'
to thcbu measures, nnd It follows. a
'Hip night follow it the day" that Iho
dlhcnso continues ninoiiK them mid
I will continue nmuiiK them, Just ns
hiug as coiidl'lons arc as the arc.
One Remedy Now.
What Is the solution of tills prob
lem? Incepting tio possibility of
fsotnc Jichnnco In scientific knowlcdgo,
itlicio l but one rntlonul solution:
First Tlio people must bo educated
to the fact Hint lepros Is a 'ommuiil
cable dlvcnsc, and th'at It exists hero
lo n meat extent
Second The niensiiies against It
must bo iccluccil In scveilt to a point
wheru reasonable cooperation will bo
Just whtit this latter point Is, Is u
detail I can not enter Into fully, but
It Is self en blent Hint two lepers tinder
the most lenient isolation nro lcsu
dangerous to thin community, than
one leper at Molokal and tlio other
nttendlug a molng picture show in
t am pilnfully aware that tlio "solu
tion" I proposa Is. ipilckly and easily
written, on this .paper, but slow mil
dlftciilt' to execute
Solution It Slow.
tint "with fllty oirs' cxpcrlencu
buck of this community in fighting
this dl-cato mid with Hie; history of
flxhtu against It elsowhuie, will soiuu
one pQlnt to an easier or ipilikor me
thrill? . Ill lllll'iiioii lifiii-ltitr iiimin ...I
vnni-i. in i..iniif.. 'n,i..n ,.n. i...t ....! (Continued from Face 1.)
mh..r '.... ii ,.n ..., r., i. r...!fr'' H'o city when tlio bids aiu open
the dls'eaio to dlo out of Its own ac4c.' '"""'"'K "' breakwater
cord-fcosslbly tiat has occ.irnd ,! le. ho con met for which 1ms been
someoimtrles, (wo em. not bo H,(,aV,lc,' ''''.''a , , ,
Of HiIh, though but If It eier occrr I r" BtiiiidarUMiiicilcan tag done
,i i. i....i, ?..... i . ".. i i. .,,, pome work In local waters before, and
"i iv i Lviiiuiiua iiiui ill uuuicill
Kgit we firm know of lopros) mil
Hint tlio Queen's Ilospltnl sftu was It
perfectly hnfo fane for such n tnstltit
Hon, and I1iiu.mii und IfuiiSeit'a.lilcuM
stamped lelfro? nut of Norn by,,
Measures Must Be Lenient.
.'Tlio (inly point I wish to cmphaslzo
is Hint the measure should bo Iho
minimum considered necessary not
pecking tho nhioluto Ideal, hut meet
Ing tho conditions as best oW'i'an
tlnk'HH the uieasiires ato lenient, In
deed, If the secuio nmio patients,
the will give better Jesuits, than will
the complete Itnlnlloii of tho few Into
cases that stiircii Icr themselves to go
In this "connection I wish to com
meiid'lhe prchint law us a step In Ihu
light direction but It Is niv liitmbln
opinion Hint ou must advance inucli
fur'her tho six inoiitliH trcutiiictit
clause In a liiupltnl heio must soma
dny bo ihaii';ed to iierinnneiit hospi
tal treatment In some locality when'
filends und ielatles nn lslt freed
iitulcr snultar testrlctloiis. Why
should they not Whit uWdonco of
either u cllnkstt or labotntor charac-
,tcr is there against such a practice?
None Hint 1 knun of mil) our adher
ence to a nildlaevnl tradition keeps tip
such polio ; It Is neither sclentlllc,
productive of the heat results, nor
Tho I.oid Young IJftglricoring Com-
inny ttt llonulujfislHislliKniiwnrboil
the contract for'tlic"ron8lhictloniJ
tli0 liilo hrcakWHt'ef. . suu.uuu
. . . . .',jt..k... jJ
jou, lucorciing 10 a laoiegrnm irom
W isli'lngton received Into Sittirdny
afternoon by Major Wlnslow of tho
lo al II. S. KiiRlimsr's oltlce. The
hits wero opened icveral weeks ngo
mill tent to Washington for Ilnnl
award. The lajrd-Yoitug (ouiiatiy
bid I SI n ton, which is rcgnrdcl
us a low llgttrc.
No advl es from Washington on
tho Knhttltil breakwater award havo
ct been rcceUcd. Did only bid of
this was from tlio Knhttltil railroad,
and it witr accompitilod b prolcots
from tlio Lord Voting company nnd
tlio Morgan Dicdglug Compaii, but
both protests )ino been wltlidtnwn
Tm cojitrnet for tho tttfo break
water w.-)8,(l;lgiiolv'rip today by Iho
iiicicMfitl'fifiii nnd the U. S. Hijglu
eer's (illlcco'nnd Lord and Young will
IcaVo tomorrow for llllo to begin op
erations lit once. '"
III I IIMPhlh
at ono time hovcrul years ago oper
ated a dredge, tho l'aclllc, In tho Ho-
lllm u...r..t I. II... ...Il.,nl.. .. II.. """"" "'""' " HIClll Ull-UKU
i :..::. v ' . " iw
I In modern i:gpt It Is common today
r T.T, , 7 ' , , " ' "' "' which will bo built hero, the hull for
ruco tihl Is the most heavy siiffeicrs " . . '. .. ,
-and unfortunately that event Ecen.s I ur(1.AlllL,ruiIl mBCh , bo
vino Tl" B7i!ii "" f,,Kt-;,,t ttsed on the IMtrl ll.ubor woik It
will It not bo established among other , ,.,., .., .,... ,
I, , , a a-. .. " "IIU III! 1 1 111 k lllVJ ,l 111 I 'ttt I J ) I (Jill
, people l.i then? Does Its tendency ,, , ,m w l(J uctUc ,,,,,
hui nppe-ur in no in nun nireciioii in ,,.. .., ., , ,. ,
Two Will Lcavo for tho Main
land In a Week,
According to the notices given out
thcro will lio n number of changes of
pastors In tho local ihurihen during
Iho week and a lotiplo of new faces
will bo seen In tho pulpltn next Sun
day Illness In his wife's family has do
elded Ilcv A C. McKcoicr to roturn
to Kaunas at oncu and last night ho
preached it f.ueweir sermon In tho
Christian Church llu has made a
host of friends while hero und thcro Is
much regret expressed lit tho now 3 of
his going away.
Kov. Jones will preach bis farowell
sermon next Sunday. Ho has been
tlio moving spirit In tlio getting to
gether of tho money lo erect tho beau
tiful cdlllca at tho corner of llcro
taiiln and Victoria utrccts. Dr. Jones
bus been ipilto popular In church
work In this city und will bo sadly
missed among tbouu who depended so
much on him
A most cordial welcome awaits Ilcv
Dr. Scuddur; who Is exacted th.nrrlvo
today Ho will at otico tuko hold of
the church duties that havo loiig been
in tho alilo hands of Dr Hbersotc. Dr.
Kindlier has been traveling in foreign
climes und it Is possible Hint ho will
have some Interesting lectures to
appear to bo In Hint direction In ,of K1)U,nlmcnt ,,,,,,, Wo,k. o
111 l'l,r8' which thcro Is plenty In eight In tin
Publicity and Education
Slow nnd dlfflcutt us tho process of
education Is. public lectures, teach-
l nigs in pining bciioom anil oinor aim
21S5 filllorI.il rooms 225G
liimliiixtj ofllir. These lire the tile-
Inr mcuns, If sstctnatlca!!y carried idinne iniiiihers nf the II u 1 1 e 1 1 1..
A SUGGESTION ON ECZEMA
It Is suggested Hint eczoma suffer?
eis ask Honolulu Drtu Co of this city
vili.il n ports they uro getting from
tlio patients who havo used tho oil of
wlnlcrgiccn liquid compound, I) D.
Whitney & Marsh
Opening of the Holiday
On TUESDAY NEXT, November 1st,
and Following days we will place on dis
play a rich assortment of
EVENING GOWNS SCARVES
These goods are all our own direct impor
tation and well worthy ot your inspection.
THE GRABOWSKY TRUCK
1, lVa, 2 AND 3 TONS 35 AND 45 'HORSEPOWER
A nUMOVAllUJ I'OWKIl PI-ANT: Hardened Steel HUSIIINUS III
every working part; HMIHIUHNUV CONDi:NSINU CHAMllUIl; l'OS!I
TIVi: MKCHANICAIi Oiling Sytem.
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO., AKcnls W. M. MINT0N. Mgr.
Phone 21GG 875 South Street, Near King
(JlrlH who write their names nnd
addresses on egga for maikot as an
11ppc.1l lo Cupid run tho rlKk of get
ting bad eggs In response. Richmond
For RenV cards,, on lo
Btln office. '
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Chalmers "30" $1500
Chalmers "Forty" $2750
Lmniii tmur iium Fcutl.
Those who want the best
car for the least money.
Those who want the best
regardless of price.
HHfcxStosh v J&s. inSv
lSlrary Coalmen "30"EgjffJ
THE Chalmers car Is the one car (hat appeals
to both classes of buyers. Thai accounts for
Its wondcrlul popularity.
It is easy to show the man who wants a
"cheap" car how much more value he can get In
the Chalmers by paying a little more.
It is easy to prove to the man who wants
automobile satisfaction, regardless of price, that
Chalmers cars compare favorably at every point
with the highest priced cars.
Real motor value is what you want, and real
motor value means greatest utility for least money.
The way to judge a car for value h by what it
has done rather than promises of what it will do.
The way to judge a car for value Is by what it
nan promises 01 wna
price consider what records
been made br the
IMI 1 J
(Thalmers ! lm
In speed contests they were given the title of
'Champions of the Year, having won more races
than any other car, even from cars twice their
price and horse power.
In hill climbing and endurance tests the same
recoid holds good
The Chalmers "30" was selected pathfinder
lor the 1910 Glidden Tour
The Chalmers "30" was awarded the Glidden
Tfophy in the 1QI0 Glidden Tour over the long
est and most difficult route ever mapped out for
this e cm.
ASSOCIATED GARAGE. LTD.
We could go Into details ot construction,
quality, workmanship, transmission, Ignition, etc.,
but after all, the shortest, strongest and most
convincing thing we could say Is "See what the
Chalmers has done. Where can you get greater
value, and what more can you ask of a car at
The 1 91 1 models are now on exhibition at our
salesrooms, ready for inspection and demonstra
tion. Dealers in Motor Cars .
1 1 1 1 1 1 mi iiifti" 1 '
is imperative; Thcjstc-rcija full ot Kootfsmhd'we just have
to mRke room for tall'anp Holiday Goods, Tofdo so('ve "slash"
all standard prices jjti a runner that-must seem startling to our
trip-profit competitors. " i '
"Slash" Prccs in effect today and until after October 31.
Th'cre is no line, so stenfinl Yn 'hxx stock that it has not been
marked with the "slash" Jalo.pjirei
1 i f !,
There are SHOES, MEN'S' HATS and LADIES' TRIMMED
HATS. DRESS O00DS nnd SHIRT-WAISTS here in abundance,
nf nnr.e that nrr MnNr.Y.KAVP.H! fnr .-,. Tl. l,rm,, ,.
too numerous, and the profits too small to nay for big advertise-
menu, out our wmuuws ana counters icit tnc story, ace mem.
WAH YING CHONG CO.,
KINO STREET, EWA FISIIMARKET
Of ' a. Complete Line ot ,
' 11 s j
''inBlack.-Tan. OrefhuidliNavy a v l
HAS-JUST BEEN RECEIVED
, ' .ce .',.-..---J.-..$1.5( and $2. Per Box of Six Pairs
BETHEL AND KINO STREETS
In late and nrtistio designs, hand-toned and tnrved, for the
autumn demand, have just been teen ved,
Arts and Crafts Shop,
YOU NO BUILDING
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