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W KVrCNINO Tmi.l.RTlN, I10N0MJMJ, T. II., TlimHtlAY, NOV. 10. 1!)in. T
I . DRuNKElESriT7, 777.7 i'i "i
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for Infants and Children:
What is Castoria?
C ASTORIA. U a harmless substitute for Cnstor OIF,
Paregoric, Drop mid Soothing Syrups. It is
ivlciin:it. It contains neither Opium, Mrfrnliino nor
other jVnreotic Hti1itanco (Vnrcotics Htuncfy). Its
ngo is its guarantee. It destroys Worm anil allays
FevcrishncsM. It cures Dinrrliica. and AVI ml Colic.
It relieved Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates
the Stomach and ltowcls, giving healthy and natural
sleep. The Children's Panacea The mother's
Tlio j S&? j J' m ' "n cvcry wrnppcr
iRiiiituro or y-MSyZTeucJUAC or genuine Ciutorlit
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
"Mr pmln.lt InvultMj pr.l.e I ho ctlon of your
CwturU." V. V. TUMtn, M. II..
iimrtio, n. v.
"During injnHMhrM practice I knew nf tnnA
curKl.irao'irf'ilurlM?rrMrlliil tnil usi'l
Wllugoudr. suits." K.MuijmM.l..
St. Luuli, Mo.
"Tonr Ctstorlt li ccralntjrtlie grrttwt rcmxljr
for claMitti 1 know of. I knnw no other ir
11. t). tinwiiiTr, M.n ,
K.nut Ulj, Ma.
"I oh your Ctstorl. tml tlvl. It. M la ill
fiuiltk where time ar rhlltlreu."
J. W. Dimcili, V. I).,
"Tonr Cftorlt In the bout rrmedf In In. world
for rtillilnit ftml tha iiljr ono 1 usa.tnil recoin
uiiiid' Auxkt V. Hwhtlahd, M. I).,
"IhsTonsM yonr CwtorltM a porgitlr. tn tb.
cs. of chllilrin for jctrt past wtlh moiit htppj
ellict, Aud full indorse It Bi a enfe rcmnly."
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
United Kingdom Is More Sober
On Account of Raise of
Price of Liquor.
SAVOY A KITCKSS.
The now Savoy theater and lln up-to-date
vaudeville dhow Is nttrnctliiK'
the crowd iind fav'ornble r"coptlon
Hint was expected. Illg crowds have
been In attendance tit pvory perform
nnco o far given niiil there Is every
tmtl.in.lnti .tin. .linen nLnmllnfr flinan
,au.i, wiuio in ju:t iubi' ,u "; .....-, ...v....
ly lRg.nl S, showing o '"" re wo11 MlMled with thp
nmiiipincnt provided TIip proginm
will tin changed tonight Countess lr
ma In Pommo will sing "I.ovp
Dreams," "If Vou Want I-lttlo lilt
of LnvInK, Don't Walt: Send for Me."
and "All the Iloya Ixxik Rood to me."
AVIInon SlBtPrs "thnf all" will do
singing nnd dancing with electrical ef
fect. Frank Foster, In Yiddish dia
lect, will sing "Under the Mutjo Tree"
nnd n parody on "IJrenmlng." There
will be n new Berlos of moving l-.
tureB nnd Frank Aidersoii'B orchp
WISH AMI -MIIl'lIX AT 1'AltK.
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fl7HEWOJiLD rM'-H J II
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Order a Case for the home
Rycroft's Fountain Soda Works
If It's Paint.
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB. SEE ME TOK 'SHARP
ABE SEEN EVERYWHERE
A remnrkalilc showing waB made
lit 1H09 In the Incrense In sobriety
In Knglnnd and Wales. The convic
tions for drnnkPtinesg In 1008 ag
gregated IS7.S0.1, while In 19U the
total was on
dpprense In convictions of 18,28fi, or
The decrease In Scotlnndoiitslde
nf Scottish towns, for 1809, as com
pared with 1908, was 19 per cent.
In Scottish towns thcro was a still
greater falling off, nmountlng to 27
per cent., and In Ireland tho de
crease wan 8 per cent. There waa
an Increase In convictions for drunk,
ennesa tn 1 1 of tho 7C Kngllsli
county boroughs In 1909 nB compar
ed with 1908. Thcso Increases were
confined largely to the manufactur
ing districts. ThPro was n greater
decrnaso In tho number of convic
tions ot women man oi uioii, iiiiu T,0 ,,ark T)lenter ms nw net
there was n slight decrease In the ()f hp ,)p(lt cvpr ,,rpsPntPll n.
ntimuer oi persons rcpeaiuu.j- " noliilil-lmt It Is Biirh a dinicult and
vlcted of drunkenness. Idiingproits one for the performers.
Thero was a falling off In tho t,lnt w,,pn tll(,y rpnM1P(i ,erp 0n the
number of licenses In Knglaml nnd Zpann,i nt n1P beginning of the
Wales In 19J09 of 1470, which was wofki tMey rpfURed to open until next
practically the same number us In jion,ny eenlng nB they had been
1908. Tho nernge annual iniiing vw Itlioiit practice during the oyage
off In tho number of licenses of pith- fr, Australia. Wilson nnd Hanson
He houses slnco 1901 lias been !3.8, rp n,e (WO performers, llrown.'the
ns Compared with an nernge fall- perfect dancer, said when leaving llo
Ing off of nSfi for n twites of ears nolulit that they wero tho best per
prlor to tint date. The total nuin- fnrmM ho snw during the two yenrs
her of licenses In foicc on Jamiaty.lio was wotklng In Australia. For
1, 1910, was 92,r.7r.. Thursday, Friday nnd Baturday nlghtB
More Clubs ColfCe Shops. MI'o Nowlly nmnagement l.as kindly
In nddltlon to tliu public houses loaned Wise nnd Milton to the I'ark
thero nre many clubs In Knghind and and thev will appear there In n very
Wales' organized primarily Tor tho funny negro dialect act Harney nnd
purpose of affording tho members Haynes will give their farewell show
nn oppoitunlty of so urlng Inttnl- tonight.
eating liquors without frequenting . T!
licensed .pirmlse wltjh nro npou
to the public generally. Thero was
nn Increato In 1909 In theso organ
izations of 342. and slnco 1904 the
increase In these social clubs has
boon 20 per cent., as compared with
nn increase of only G per cent. In
population. The total number of
such clubs In Knglnnd and .Wales
on January 1, 1910, was approxj
I A Inw tamo Into force In 1909
making It an olTenso for the propri
etor o( n public houso to, permit chil
dren under 14 n'ars ot age to frc,
hiuent tho premises, and under this
la.w thcro wero only 2! convictions,
which Is an Indication of tho rigid
ity with which It has been en
forced. Ono renson for tho fulling off In
tho consumption of Intoxicants In
1909 was doubtless the Increased
prlco of whiskey, due to an advance
In duties, but when full weight has
been given to this consideration the
f.icti still remains that thero has
been In recont jcars n manifest In
creaso of sobriety In all clasps of
the population, espeilally In Kng
land. Tho worl.lngmen frequent
moto nnd more tho coffee shops,
whero coffee and cocoa are sold and
a pulntnblu meal can bo bccumiI for
a vpry small sum.
TAf;T NOT WORRIED:
1 TELLS POKER STORY
XKtV llll.li at NoVi!i.rr.
fomplpte chniiRe of prom ami will
be made nt, all 'the theaters on the
plcture-vnttderllle circuit tonlgut nnd
In svenil of the bills ,will appear u
number of people npw to liie th'iter
goers of Honolulu. The Noe)ty man
agement w III present three r.ew tcnpn
who nre known ns tbe "Musical Mil
lers." Their first net will be "A Mus
ic al Mash on Market Day.'1 The Mil
lers have n big rcputntlon In Austra
lia, Xew Zetland and Tasmania,
where they bno been appearing und
er the leading theatrical rianngo
ments of these three coiititt ic-4, play
ing lengthy srnpons. l'etn Miller I ml
son nro Australians nnd Miss t'e.irl
Miller Is n lady of constdornble Amer
Stanley, the "Italian Kmlgvnnt," is
continuing his engagement nt I ho
Novelty nnd Is mousing the nudlences
with his clpver character Impersona
tions. SIMIK1I AT K.Ml'lltK.
Will Cochrane, the Rrolch singer
who opened this week nt the Kmplre
riienler. Is proving entertaining and
the applause he rccches nightly is a
strong testimonial of the appreciation
of the pleture-validevlllo theater ijnt
roit for good singing. Mr. Cochrane
has n big repertoire of songs nnd linn
no dllllculty In arranging for the fro
qucnt changes necessary in Honolulu
which does so much to reduce the ,
quality of the many other acts that
open here nnd make n showing of ex
ceptional merit, and then gradually
fall off to a common level as the
changes are made. Cochrane prom
ises un entire new' program of songs
tonight. The Kmplro picture are at-,
ways Just n little better than the ord
inary nnd the chnnge tonight will
provo no exception.
YEE CHAN & CO.
Corner King and Bethel Streets
NOW IN PROGRESS
The Greatest Sale in the history
of Honolulu of High-Grade Goods
Half of the $60,000 Stock of Yee
Chan Cos Merchandise is being
sold at prices that startle all com
petition. Below we quote a few prices to p,ive you nn 'idea how
this stock is being soil:
MEN'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENT
Hundreds of strictly man-tailored suits; all of
the season's latest styles, including - cashmere,
worsted, tweeds, blnck nnd blue, etc.
value, $t5-.oo 13.50 10.00
Now, $ 8.50 7.50 6.00
Men's Fancy Half Hose, worth 20 cts, pair, ndw
75 cts., per Box of 6 pairs. "V
GINGHAMS, GINGHAMS, GINGHAMS. ; .
Sold in every citv in the U. S. for 10 ctsf per
yard, as long as they last 15 yards for $1 .00,
UNDERWEAR ALL SIZES.
All Men's Underwear foimcily 50 cts each, now
three Garments for $1.00.
HART H. NORTH
RAN FltANCISCO, Oct. 30. Com
missioner of Immigration Hart N.
North was suspended, from duty yes
terday by Secretnry of Commerce nnd
Itbor Nngel, who appointed I.uthor 8,
now adjustments among the men un
der him. ,
Ktewnrd Is an experienced Immigra
tion odlcer. Jl was formerly assist
ant supervising lusiiector nt Kl I'ltso
nnd was also attached to tho Immigra
tion station at Kills Island.
North lust night would not com
ment on his susiienslon other than In
it typowtltten statement which ho pro
pared. This sJatvmenMs ns follows:
"I am this day In recclpt'of a tele
gram from the Socrclar) of the De
partment ot Commerco and Uibor,
stating that by direction of the Presi
dent I urn suspended from duty us
Do not miss this si'.e if you value money. Never be
foic, never again, will such matchless values be offered
in Honolulu. We arc overstocked and must make room.
The low prices at wh'ch vc are selling High-Class mer
chandise should induce you to lay c'n one year's supplies.
STACKS OF REMNANT GOODS AT REMARKABLE
,Goner King and Bethel Streets',
Steward, former Immigration ofncerl(Jolnilincr of ,nimKl..lton Ilt ,,'
nt Kl I'aso Texas to tako temporary or ,,-rlltlcliC0i ,, ,, Mr I
cnargo ui cue umuigruuui. niuinm ui
ABADIE'S FRENCH PROCESS USED IN CLEANING
Ball and Dinner Gowns and Evening
J.ABADIE, Proprietor 777 KING
Time To Get Ready For
Preparations are being made to serve you here. Order your
PIES and other TABLE DELICACIES NOW. Select from this list:
MINCE. PUMPKIN, SQUASH and CRANBERRY PIES, and PLUM
Relates Tale of Governor's
Friend Who Was Deluded
By Request for Queen.
I1EVEHIA', Mnss., Oct. 10. Any
one who bollevos that President
Tnft b worrying himself tFiln over
the political situation Is guessing
wide of tho mark. Any day In the
weok you can hear tho hearty laugh
of tho President on the side porcn
of tho Uitrgcss Point cottage, nnd n
good Btory is nlwnys sure not only
of a hearty reception, but of an.
other In exchange. Ono ot tho
President's cnllers brought down the
Secretary Angel has ordered n
searching Investigation Into all the
charges, proferred against North
whoso suspension is regarded by
members of tho Immigration service
here to bo due principally to the
charges made ngalnst him In May,
1909, by Frank II. Alnsworth, specl.il
Immigration Inspector at San Francisco.
Tho lin estimation, among other
things, will Include tho manner In
which Inspectors Strand, Mayer, Hope
nnd Iong came to be transferred from
San Francisco to ottt-of the-way ports
at the request of North. Tho orders
transferring these inspectors canto
from Washington during tho absence
or Secretary Nagcl and Commissioner
General of Immigration Keefe, nnd
tho Identity of North's Washington
sponsors Is naturally exciting much
curiosity In vlow of his suspensions.
Special Agent Kdsell is coming here
Sunday to tako chargo of the Investi
gation Into Harts administration, nnd
the transfer ot tho four inspectors Is
expected to affect not only North, but
tho olllclals In Washington who
brought It nbottt in the ubsence of
Nngel and Keefo.
Inspector Alnsworth, who establish
ed a precedent byolng over tho head
ot his chief and complaining about
him at Washington, Charged North
with violating the Immigration laws,
with neglect of duty and with Incom-
ARE THE SOLE AGENTS
Hindus the Ciiuhc
Alnsworth's charges wero based on
51 Alexander Young Hotel
Our Parcel Delivery passes your door twice rt day.
NEW TRIMMED HATS
WERE RECEIYEP ON THE W1LHELMINA
latest today from the Bitmmer White
limine. The storv was brought out
by n rofoienco to the human nature North's ostensible partlul attitude to
.. . , . . ... ... nnn. nt' ward the admission of Hindu linnil-
UUU is ueteiu,n:i ,u ii") tM"i -i , r- i .
pokor whereupon the President torn Brums, mm nupi.ieiucmarjr it,nn
j. . - tho Bamo nntttro wero preferred by the
The" Governor of Idaho and b""a ,Kx,,Jfl0" I'"ue. .i"'"', V"
friend wero playing euchre. At a California State Council of the Junior
cortabi stage cif'tho7 game, the triena; Order of United American Machan-
oxclnlmed, ns ho looked ' ovor hlo lc-
: " North did not hear of his suspension
...A . ....... . m. ninvine until ho went, to Angel Islnnd yester-
. '. b ' (day afternoon, when ho was met by
.,rIi . . . .i,j ,h.'stoward. Immediately upon hearing
"G6t a Eood Land?" asked the g ,,, Nort tP), lg
""T' ...'.. ',. l notlfco:
, :un, so so, was uio rep.y. . .. . nf 10 Untpd
wen, sain ma uyuiiiwi(
you will let mo havo a queen I'll go
you Just one hand of poker."
"You're on," said tho friend.
Tho queen was handed over to tho
Governor, whereupon his friend bet
si 00, which the Governor promptly
haw nnd raised $1000, The frlond
patronizingly called nnd laid down
four kings. TV ml tho Governor laid
down four arcs. After thn friend
had rerovereil lie turned to tho Gov
ernor nnd said:
totWoll, you win: but would you
Stntes Immigration Station of the
I'ort of San Francisco:
ricnso tako notice that by order
of tho President Mr. I.uthor C.
Steward has been detailed to act
temporarily as Commissioner of
Immigration nt tills port. Pur
suant to said Instructions I liuui
surrendered (lie olllio to him mid
abk you to give him your loyal
' (Signed) " HAHT II NOUTII.
N'pvih ('read's I'lnrrj. '
News of tltc suspension mf North, nl
mind tolUr.T mo what In tho doucu .though uxpneted, nreatel null.i It flurry
ihi wanted with Hint qneon?" at Auuej JMaud mid resulted In innny
Luther C. Steward has been detailed
to uct teuipgrurlly as commissioner tl
ray pluco. I consequently turned over 1 1
tho olllce to him today. I havo not
been presented with any charges and !
am wholly unadvised as to tho reason '!
for 'his action. I nm sulll'hntly a'j
good American, howewr, to feel that
In tlio.vnd JiikIIio will prevail."
AlnxttcTrll. lk .,i'iii, ' 1 1
Inbpector AliikAoitli telited l.ist't
nig it to comment on tho suspension of
Commissioner North, although the ac
tion of Secretary Nagcl Ih regarded as
u complete vindication of the charges
ho pieferrcd against tliu commission
er. Alnsworth wan led to,, make thcso
chiuges becaure Noith had denounced j
him in n public stntcinenirreferrlng
to Alnsworth as u dirty dog1."
The controversy between Alnsworth
and North began In April, 1U09, Alns
worth was then head of the board ot
Inquiry and bad to Bit In Judgment nn
thlrty-livn Hindus who had been de
tained nt Angel Island. On the board
of Inquiry with Alnsworth were lu-
spectors Itoblnson and (IrlllHIi. The
board recommended the deportation
of tlie thirty-live Hindus, but shortly
after It reached this decision Fred
erick C Clift. nttorney, who was n
former law partner and business assl
clate of North, was retained In their
behalf. North then bad u conference
with Inspectors itoblnson am Grlllltb,
who reversed thplr Judguipnt nnd do
clded that tho Hindus could land
Alnsworth tiled n minority report nt
Washington against thn admission of
the Hindus, and It was nt this stage
of tho controversy that North referred
to him slurrlngly. Alnsworth retort
ed by illlng formal charges ngalnst
North, who went to Washington tn
an elTort to vindicate his administra
tion of tho Immigration bureau. Alns
worth In tho meantime had been re
lieved from service, on the board of
Inquiry by North,
After ho returned heie North was
repriiiiuuui'u ' h .em. ..uu. tun wr- s
iiartmeiit of Commerco and Labor, I
and his suspension wns then regarded
North's defense thnt It was Imnossl-'
ble to restrict many of tho Ilindui
from entering was icg.trded us pecu
liar at Washington, In v.lcvv nf the fart
that Hindus wero bolng buried at
Portland and Seattle
The Chinese hero feel (hoy have lost
a sterling champion In North, mid the
Chinese newspapers have recently
contained articles tegteltlng tho re
ports of his Impending lemoval, North,
tbej-e papeis said, was regarded by
tho Chinese as one of the most liberal
comiuNsloners connected with tin. Ini
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nrd beneficial results.
I will cure Headaches, Sour Stomach. Indigestion.
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