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In the very la'cst designs, and
the hrgest assortment ever
Of the best wakes for Ladies
and Gents, In prices to suit
That will be the pride of any
ITliat will make the best of holi
Wc will be pleased to show you
anything in the lines canfed. . . .
J. A. R. VIEIRA
Phone 2231. -
113 Hotel St.
On Finding a Lost Article
or Restoring One
"And It was a keep-sake," "I prtisd
It bo", "Mother gave It to me" such,
common expression! after something 1
Lost. But somebody almost always)
Flndi Itl And almost alwaya gladly
Rettorei It If they know who has Lost It.
Tell who you ara In a little Want Ad In
this paper when you lose anything, de
scribing your article. And If you find
anything, advertise It In our "Lost and
Found" column. The owner will gladly
pay the cost. You reach thousand! this
Read and Answer
Today's Want Ads
Well, What Do
Worth of Real Estate
Sold in KaimuRi
During the Last
After writing Ads on Kai
muki, wc have put over the
biggest success in years, out
selling every other district
on the market. But hush!
We couldn't have done it if
the property had not been all
right and sold itself. The
real secret the property; not
the stuff wc liave been writing.
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FORT SHAFTER NEWS
An effort will probably lie nmilo liy
the Klnrnl IVirude coiniulltco lo linvo
somo kind lit representation In tlie
p:ii:nint of cory slate In tlio Union.
A IchiI hns l)oo n token In thin direc
tion liy Cnllfornlnn "Nnllvo Bona," of
whom tlicrc nre iimny In tlio Terri
tory Dlrrctor Wnll litis been noti
fied thut Cnllfnrnln will bo very con
spicuous In tlio p.irude this year.
Ohio is another Btntc which 1ms
supplied moro than an oven propor
tion of prominent citizens to Hawaii,
and which will also bo represented.
Wyoming will nlso not bo forgotten
by the committee, for this Slnto Is
singularly strong in tlio Islnnds In
Federal office appointees who should
bo nlilo to inuko a magnificent show
ing on n decorated float
Although almost every stnto In tlio
Union lias furnished a number of cit
izens to Hnwnll, It will nf courso bo
(lllllcult to linvo each commonwealth
equally represented, but that commit
too hopes to get In toucn with ono or
moro porsons from all of the States,
with a vlow to having some kind of a
combination Slnto entry.
"Old Hawaii" Is ulso to bo repre
sented In the next I'arado in moro
elnborato stylo than heretofore. This
feature will bo looked nftor especially
by A. II. Ford, who has been ap
pointed by Chairman Hughes as n
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Owing to tlio Tact thut tlio second left in tlio Inst tram-port for San
battalion of tlio Twentieth lufnlitry Francisco, C.il., and upon arrival
has beoil stationed In Honolulu for they will report tn tlio i-oniuiaiullng
nearly four years, a change has tome ofllcer, l'resldlo of San Francisco, for
a last. The battalion will leave on a four months' course of Instruction
thn July transpoit for Fort Douglas, In tlio training school for cooks nnI ?J,CC' commlttco for tho purpose.
Utah. 'The second Infantry will bakers: l-rlvate Christ J. Itothman, , 'S- ,"" " '"
como to Hnwnll 111 Juno and .two of Company B, i's cook; 1'rlvnto Cldo
tlio battalions will bo stationed at V. llobcrts. Company 0 as baker.
Scliofleld llarrackn, being the first I To Oencral Hosn'tal.
mid to mid battalion. The third bat-' Uioii recommendation of the sur
tallon of the second Infantry will geon, tho following enlisted men left
relieve tho second b.ittnllon of tho on tho transport Slicrnmn for San
Twentieth Inrantry and will bo tti- Franolsco, reporting upon arrival to
Honed nt Kort Shatter. This will bo tho commanding ofllcer, V. S. Army
tho first tlmo for four years that n Oonernl Hospital, Presidio of Snn
change In the Twentieth lnrnntry ov Francisco. Tor further observation
curred. It was expected that this nml treatment: Private Carrol Tuck
battalion was going to be sent to cr, Company V, and Corporal I'at
Fort Leavenworth, Kan., hut tho rick II. llarctt. Troop O, Fifth Cav
change was noticed yesterday, when airy,
tho mall arrived with the order. This T0 Dutv.
battalion will leavo Hb rormcr post Private Gcorgo Sclianpp, Hospital
In mi excellent condition. jCoriw, and Prlvnto Harry I-nsW.
Entertainmen, Next Saturday. Troop II, Fifth Cavalry, having been
There mvIU bo a danco. at Kurt reported fit for duty by tho surgeon
Shatter next Saturday night, TJlven' at this station, will proceed to Join
by the bojs of tho post. This will their proper s'tntlons at ScholTcId
bo tho Hist daiiro at Shnftcr for two I)arracksi nml report upon arrival to
ycats. The dancing will commence tlio commanding olflccr for duty.
at 8 o'cloelwehnrp. A largo crowd) s i
Is expected, us there was a largo ApppAl Tf) SKIN
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numuer' ot invuaiions sciu oui iu
thn tnwnfolks. I Ourrtnulld.
a Ca.am t1 TO.snl, A..vlk
t rT.itn.i..!r.i,nn...i Anii.in.i ninii1 If you havo a frlond suffering from
from this post left on tho transport eczema, tell us about It tho next tlmo
Sherman for San FranMsco, report-." o In tho storo.
lug upon arrival to Fort McDowell.1 Mnnjr eczema sufferers bavo tried so
r. i f - ii- i.n. n,i,.i ti.,.inir ninny useless remcdlps mid spent bo
u... .t ... ...u,. " ";, ,i V "f "io simplest homo euro for eczema!
Anderson. Frank K. llaiimgiiort. Hazo ., . ,, ,.,. ,,. of w,lltpr.
, i in.n..-A it atnnn ca " " -
iMJWIlllUMJ. blUlt'llVU II. OlUI'. Ofc
i green compound (ns mixed In D. 1). I).
Usod with glycerine, thymol nml
form, this simple remedy penetrates
nhen Zngrzowskl. Company K: Ser
gciint James J. Osteon, Privates Her
bert C. Jorgeiibcn. diaries i-arsen . hcnlln Kre(ilonts in
and Iirs S. Sorenson, Company ' ini tlmnlo rnmciH
Prlvntes Mnrcus L. Lashley and Nor- .,, ' . nf (i10 .kin killing tho ec
us S. Moyer, Company O; rrlvates 1Pma Kcrms xi,o toning up tho heal
Amos Peterson, Charles W. Itoss and (i,y pnrl or (i10 Bmni
William Snnpp, Company II. This Is If you wm ,(;Kcst to your filend
tho stnrt for tho men of this !'-' nfTllctcd with cczonm to call, wo shall
tallon to leave. Next month's trnns-'i)c Kml to explain to liny auffcror
port will tako about four times as i,0t r. D.' D. I'roticrlptlon.
many as this batch, as most all tlio Honolulu Drug Co.. Fort St.
mon aro very short tlmors.
To Cooks and Bakers' School. People who linvo money to burn
The followlng-nnmed onllsted men should get It Insured.
floats somo of the features of tho old
missionary days, the chief effort In
which direction will probably be In
tho reproduction of n model of tho
original grass church built by tho
first missionaries shortly nfler Ibclr
arrival here, and which served ns the
only place of worship In Honolulu
lor n number of enrs. Tho Floats
Committee spent some time yesterday
In going over the details of a pro
posed historical Fcctlon, which It car
ried out will be of oxcecdlng interest.
and will portray a number of Im
portant events in tho development of
Tho splendid floats In Inst year's
parado entered by tho Ynle and Har
vard clubs (ono of which secured n
first prize) has been tho Inspiration
of representatives of other colleges
to sco their alma mater accorded it
similar plnco of honor this year.
There is probably no city In tho world
in which educational Institutions arc
so widely and strongly represented
ns In Honolulu, nnd nsectlon of uni
versity and college floats would bo a
revelation to tho stranger. Stanford
hns already been heard from through
an enthusiastic son, and others are
expected as Boon ns tho commlttco
can get around to look Into this matter.
hycroft's fountain soda
'The King and the Hawk
"Three Times Vou
tlsve Cheated Me
of My Drink"
LONG, long tlmo ago." said daddy ono evening to Jack and i Eve yn
after tho lamps had been lit nnd all was qulto cozy for tho chil
dren's bedtime story, "tuero was n king in Persia named Genghis
i.-i ii- .... n CTnt klnir nnd a very proud man, who wnntcd to
linvo Ills own way always. Ho was very fond of hunting, nnd ono of tho ways
In which ho hunted was with a bawk."
"How was that, daddy?" nsked Jack.
"In tho olden days." snld dnddy, "pcoplo trained hawks to hunt for them.
The bird would fly high In tho nlr, nnd If It saw uny small animal n tho grass
It would swoop down nnd thus show the Hunter whero tho animal lay. Gen
ghis Khan had one hawk of which bo was very fond, and ho took tho bird
with htm ono day when bo went hunting.
"ncturnlng from tho hunt, with tho hawk sitting on his wrist, tho king
found himself vBry thirsty. Hcbnd become separated from his companions,
1. " ... J.,.L,i htm to send for a drink. 'I havo my Bllvcr cup in
my pocket,' said tho king to himself, 'and 1 shall go to tho spring which Is
near the place whero 1 am now nnd havo n nlco drlnk.of cool, fresh water.
Soon tlio king arrived at tho place whero tlio water was trlckl ng down
between two rocks, drop by drop. As ho bent over to fill his cup tho hawk
ue -Mo the air! but when tho dip was Oiled and tho king lifted It to 1,1s lip.
"he bird flew down nnd knocked tho cup out of tho king's hand That mado
the king angry, for he was very thirsty, but ho bent ocr and filled tho cup
again. This happened three times." ....
"Why did tho bird do that, daddyr was Evelyn's question.
"I Islcn. child, nnd you shall hear," said daddy. "When the bird knocked
tho cup out of the king's hand tho third tlmo ho lost his temper. Thrco
ln.es you have cheated n.o of my drink.' said he. 'If you do It again I ball
cut off your head.' And v,ltu ono band bo held bis drawn sword while with
tho other be held the cup to bo Oiled. Again tho bird flow down and knocked
I e cm. out of the king's Hand. This time It fell between two stones, whero
the king could not get It. Uut ns the hawk struck tho cup Genghis Mud
swept around his sword and cut off tho bird's bead.
"" T. V .," ..in ii,iriv. so ho climbed tho rock to tho pool from
which tho water flowed, and there lying tn tho water ho saw a dead s.mko of
o most poisonous kind. The poor1 bawk bad tried to warn tho king of the
danger of drinking tho water, nnd wlien ho saw tho uea.. snaso no "
the bird's action. ! will uov.-r again do ny'hlnS lu anger.' said tho king."
Trustees of Oceanic Steam
ship Company Again
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 25. Argu
ment In tho suit brought nearly a'
year ago by Clans A. nnd Iludolplil
Spreckels ngalmst tho Union Trust'
Company of Snn Francisco as triiBtco
for tho Oceanic Steamship Company
was heard In Judgo Murasky's court,
yesterday. Tho Spreckels brothers, as
executors of tho will of the latoCluitxj
Spreckels, nllcgo mismanagement and
ncgldit on tho port of tho trust com-'
pany and ask tho court to dlsmltB tho
company from Its office of trtiBtcc.
Tho nrgument heard yesterday, on;
n demurrer, related to the puwer of.
tho court to dismiss a trustee. I
Attorney K. 8. Heller, representing'
the defendant, in support of tho do-
murrer, held that tho court was only
empowered to remove a trustco when'
It was proven that tho property con-l
trolled had suffered or was lu danger!
"In this cbbo," Heller said, "tho,!
property consists of ships and moneys
In bank, none of which hns been or Is
It was declared, that the terms of
the deed of trust wero tha only rules
governing the trustees tn ndmlnlstru.J
t Ion Holler de:lared the case ono
of Interpretation of tho deed. Ho
snld iio was not concerned In tha al
legations mado In tho complaint
against directors of the trust com
That tho alleged misconduct of tho
trustees must he specifically set forth,
was another contention, Ho said tlio
complaint was incomplete. (
Many points of a more to-hnlcal
nature were takou up by him,
Heller declared that the provisions
of tho deed had been carried out al
most to the letter, the only deviations
being by permission of tha directors.1
In tho original suit brought by tho
executors of Clans Spreckels' will
conspiracy among the directors of the
trust company was charged. In addi
tion tn mismanagement and neglect.
It was alleged that somo of tl"i
ships had been kept Idle, tn'the lib's
of the company; that others 'vore
suffering from want of repairs, :. id
that Oceanln Steamship Company dlv-
ildends had been wantonly suspended.
It goes oeer asjr route H runt on no schedule except the owner's win.
A Motor Car Is Worth What It Pays You In Service
Have you ever noticed that it is the man who
does not own an automobile who does most all the
talking about the expense of running one?
The man who owns a car appreciates that it is
worth what it pays him in service, and that this
far overbalances what he pays for the service.
Whether a man is extravagant or not depends on
what he gets for his money. "Economy is the judi
cious expenditure of money."
If you really need a thing, you are paying for it
day by day, whether you own it or not. It would
be possible to do without gloves or an overcoat, but
the service these things render you far outweigh
the price that you would have to pay for them in
money. Doing without a motor car means doing
without the service which that car would give, and
a good car will render more time-saving, labor-saving,
efficiency-multiplying, health-building service
in a given length of time than anything you can
The automobile Is the most efficlenj private servant that
man has ever built for himself. It is ready to go at a
moment's notice. It does not have to be watched. It goes
'over any route. It runs on no schedule except the owner's
will. It helps him to entertain his friends and business
associates. It takes his wife and daughter out shopping,
calling, or to the theater. It takes the whole family; out
Into the country In the sunshine and fresh air, giving
them enjoyment and health. It Is so durable that it out
wears a locomotive, so comfortable that old people and
babies can ride In it for hours without fatigue.
For $1500 you can buy a servant that will do all these
things for you and many more. What else could you buy
for $1500 that would give you as much pleasure and as
much profit as this motor car? Twenty horses and car
riages could not do It for you, nor one thousand railroad
trips. In fact, there Is no other way except with a motor
car that you can live thla life and have these pleasures.
Doci J 1 500 seem like a large price to pay for this service?
It't a Gnat Pltaturt lo Build
Even the man who builds a
really good car at tremendous
expense Is happy in doing it.
But how much greater is the
happiness of the man who
builds a really good car at
reasonable expense, to sell at
medium prices, like the Chal
mers I That man has a right
to be happier than the other
because he has done a greater
thing. He has the satisfaction
of offering people the aame
kind of service and enjoyment
for a lower price. ' That's
something a strong man can
take pride in.
The designing of the Chal
mers "30" was a two years'
task. Our designers took ad
vantage of all the most ad
vanced ideas of both European'
and American builders. This
car unquestionably has been
the most successful car of its
The Chalmers "30" is the car
that won the 1910 GUdden
Trophy in competition with
cars twice its price and power.
The Chalmers "30" has
never been defeated in any im
portant contest by a car of its
own price and horse power.
Any man who wants a car
for service and does not re
quire extreme power or seat
ing capacity for more than five,
will find every requirement an
swered in this wonderful car.
The 1911 models are on ex
hibition at our showrooms.
We shall be'glad to give .you a
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD., HONOLULU
CHALMERS MOTOR COMPANY. Detroit. Michigan. ,
Ltnd mnJtr StJn Pattnt)
Is the kind wc bought for our Winter demand. The goods
ns now shown in the store fill' every promise of sustaining
their warranted wearing durability, as well as the dictates
There is a complete line of SWEATERS for Men, Wo
men and Children, priocd so everyone can own one. The
line will please you as much as they did us when they ar
rived. The DR. DENTON SLEEPING QARMENT for Children
is the newest article we have in stock. The need of these
garments for the little ones is too well known to parents to
necessitate much "sales talk" here. See the line, and the
garments will sell themselves. These goods are priced in
this store as they are in New York, Chicago and San Fran
YEE CHAN & CO.
Conor' King and Bothel Streots,
An Appreciated Gift
Has value in the eyes of the receiver for its beauty and useful
ness. Imported Chinese goods have both these qualities.
Among the articles we are showing arc DRESS SILKS, SILK
SHAWLS, HANDKERCHIEFS and SHIRT WAISTS in all colots.
Buying 2s made easy when you sec this display,
Wc invite you to call.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.,
041 Nuuanu, near King St,
Have You Thought About
Gold Ink -
With nny 0110 nf these you
ciiu ninko tho prettiest HOLI
DAY (JUT at tho loust cost.
Lcwcrs & Cooke,
Ask Us About Them
SHAW & SEVILLE
NEW MONUMENT WORKS
King Street, Near Alakea
Phone 3085 F, 0. Box 401
Will do it
Dr. Hugh L. Dickey
Eye, Ear, Nose. Throat. 1150 Ala
ke street (opposite Royal Hawaiian
Hotel). Hours: 0.12:30 and 1:30-4-30.
Sunday. 10-11. Evenings by
appointment, 'leicpnonc MZl,
MAY'S OLD K0NA COFFEE
Beit in the Market
HENRY MAY & 0 0.
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