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That iust describes our new
Oxford styles in
Shoes. No other
for women have their trim, graceful lines.
embody every latett faihidn-feature of the most expen
sive custom models now being worn in New Yoilc and
other fashion-centres. These Regal styles also give
you the perfect lit and comfort of made-to-measure
shoes because they are
heavy duty Marina and Stationary Qas Engines or built In San Francisco,
Cat. 1, 2, 3, 4 and G Cylinders) 4 to 250 H. P. '
Imperial rapid advanco In trad li due to Its having the highest efficl
ncy of any gaa angina In our market. Every possible precaution la taken In
the manufacture of Imperial as to beat of material being used, exact, and
standard sizes turned out. .Be sure the name "Imperial" Is on your engine.
Good engines are cheap at reasonable prices) cheap enjlnes are dear at any
prioe. Call and we will show you Imperial engines, big and small, marina
and stationary, working In Honolulu. 'Imperial agent for Hawaiian Islands le
HENNING A. PETERSON, 1150 Alakea Street, P. O. Box 155, Honolulu.
Treatment Is preventative as well as curative. It directs devel
opment In youth, Increases strength and vitality in middle Ufa,
and postpones "old age."
Solendid results are obtained both in acute and ohronio cases.
mo ucnciKPiiA, corner union
HO NAVAL BASES
FOR THE CANAL
(Continued from Pag 1)
practicable power on the summit of
I-lrlo Ccrro, south of Culehra,
Report on tho Fleet.
The Keneral board has also f.ont
this memorandum to tho Secretary
of the Navy, giving its opinion as to
the strength and composition of tho,
Hn. n l..nlll..i . 1... .1 - -..I .
ttn. Z . i ' , . ,8llsMhan K Hie canal dl.l not exist.
iho canal. Tho memorandum states: I , , . . . . ,, ,., , , ,., . ,'
Tho policy of tho United 8(nto,l ''" "'' ' '"Oftrong Ui of the fleet Is
should lie to have an udequut fleet ? ,,jr, i'6 cxl81lc"ce1 or, T'
of 'ships of the, first line available In ! !(lf"co "f ";". " " "bvlous
either ocean capable of meeting any, " , , Of "ft. fc ?" "
-WIllCll wnill.l lin liiviintif iiirn nai I
But in vlow of the fact that when the
cunnl shall he complotod we shall not
have enough ships to nccompllsh this.
It will bo. necessary to havo n aopn
rato squadron of ships in each ocoan
nml to keep thorn ready to move
Ihioiigh tho cqnal.
With tho canal completed and with
basos at Pearl Harbor, Ouantnnamo
and the Isthmus, ships should bo held
In each ocoan and n shifting squad
ron ready to combine with either licet
and render It opinio of ovoriKiwer
lug an iidxcrsary In oltlier ocean.
Advantages of Canal.
Tho principal advantages which
tho canal bring would ho, tho gain In
tlmo In transferring tho' fcupporlliiu;.
foico from one ocean to the other, nts!
well as tho saving In nxpciiilltuio oh
fuel nt a most lmHrtant time. Many
of the older ships will be In tho sec-
made in quarlcr-tlzei.
onu lino, ami wnllo these would re
main on the ocean least threatened,
tho first lino would bo moved through
the canal to meet the enemy.
Using the canal Instead of tho
.Magellan slrnitH will not only sine
snno miles to Panama, but will re
duce the tlmo by nearly thirty steam
ing days, and with the Mel station nt
tho Pacific end of the canal would
place the fleet full of fuel within 5000
mlleB of tho naval baso nt Ponrl Har
bor and 3200 miles fiom San Frail'
Wlien the catinl Is completed It will
ho possible lo patrol the coasts of
the country In both oreans with fewer
of tho fleot'ls In no wise af
fected. All references as tn tho valno
nf the Panama canal nro under tho
presumption that It will be properly
fnrtllled. Tim strength of tho 'fleet
miiBt be Increased, Instead of dimin
ished ns tho canal becomes a point
of wcalinesn nml vulnerability which
must be protected by tho fleet
The body of Oscar II. Whoelock,
who, as Captain Crclghton, met a sol
dier's death while fighting with the
Mexican Insurrecto forces, was
(nought to tho homo of his mother
III Rnmcrvllle, Mass.
rranklln Theater, Thompsonvlllo,
hns been rlohed by order of the Stato
iwllce nml will remain closed until
the rules and leguhitlons of movliiK
plctuio Iiouhoh havo lieon compiled
with In regard to exits.
(Continued from Pag 1)
polled to tho Promotion Committee
that local commercial bodies may be
npprnnch?d by men who hnve come
down here from Han Francisco pre
sumably to work In fnvor of the Har
bor View site. So far, neither of the
commercial bodies has had the matter
brought before It, nnd unless an Invi
tation for expression of opinion should
com rrom Han iTanciKco, wnicn is
hardly probable, the Chamber of Com
merce and the Merchants' Association
nre not likely to take the mnttcr up nt
It Is believed that the men now In
Honolulu, and supposed to tie here to
creato sentiment In favor of the Har
bor View site, rely upon the business
relations between Honolulu and San
Francisco, and hope, by enlisting the
nhl of business men hero ,to slngtha
necessary strength on tho board of di
rectors In San Francisco.
Secretary Wood of tho Chamber of
Commerce pnd President E. O. White
'of the Merchants' Association say that
neither body has hnd the matter
brought before It. .Mr. Wood has
heard, he said. In nnswer to a ques
tion, tfiat San Franciscans came here
presumably to work for Harbor View.
Vote la Split.
When the board ndjourned, dead
locked, on June 2!, the voting stood ns
For Harbor View site, extended to
Include the waterfront ns far east ns
TeUgraph Hill and practically all tcr
rltory lying north of Chestnut street
For Golden Oate Park (only perma
nent buildings to be erected therein),
with Lincoln Park and ns much ns may
bo necessary of tho territory lying be
tween the two In tho Itlehmond dis
trict 8 totes.
For tho. Butro-Merccd trnct, with
preference for tho Luke Merced prop
erty ns originally proposed If It can be
olitnlned 4 Notes.
Necessary to choice Id votes.
The board adjourned until July 17,
without reaching n final decision. Com
mittees were appointed to obtain and
submit at that time exact data as tn
tho cost of purchasing or leasing pri
vate property necessary for Inclusion
In each site, together with written con
tracts signed by properly owners. Gol
den ante Park; in. u distinct site propo
sition, has been definitely eliminated.
und If Included nt all will only be taken
In conjunction with Lincoln Park and
coiiiiectlu,; territory mid will be used
for nothing except permanent build
lit the SO members of tho board of
directum, 1M were present when the
vote wus tuken. Into In the uflvrnoon,
an.l of tbu remaining seven but one
wus lu the city. That wus Thorn well
Mullully of the United Hullrouds, who
was present at tho morning session,
liu; did nut return In tho afternoon,
Mavor McCarthy was not present dur
ing the morning, but when ut noon It
f.eelned ihut u vote was about to be
tuken, hurried messages were sent to
him by the ndvoculc of the park slto
uml be iillcmU'd the afternoon confer
ence und cast his ballot.
Factional Fight Battle.
This inurnliig'H mull from the Coast
brings the further news Unit one fuc
Hon, presumably the one fuvorlng Gol
den Gute Parle, Is attempting to show
that the exposition bonds will bo In
valid if tho exposition U placed any
where except In tho purk. The San
Francisco Call of June 2 says:
Slncu the meeting of the directors of
the Puuuuiu-Pacllic International ex
position company a week ago, at which
committees were appointed to Invest!
gat'j'und report upon exuet details of
cost and availability of three sites re
maining nniler consideration, tho calm
and orderly Inquiry Into conditions has
been bumpered by attacks Intended to
becloud the real issues Involved In the
site controversy. An attempt has been
begun to force the directors into the
position of having to accept Golden
Gate Park as a slto without tho exer
cise of ordinary discretion or judgment
In chooalng and without giving any
other site even tho slightest consider
Attack on Bonds.
The attack Intended to force the ac
ceptance of Golden Onto Purk as tho
location for the exposition has devel
oped already Into n campaign of nbso
Into misrepresentation. Its real Iniquity
lies In the fact that there Is coupled
with It an attempt to arouse doubt us
to the validity of tho exposition bonds
should the exposition be placed any
where except In the park. Moreover,
the attack recks with tho poison of a
half-veiled threat or suggestion that
subscribers do the exposition fund
would be justified In repudiating their
pledges In the event Hint tho exposition
directors should see fit to choose a Blto
other than at Golden Gate Purk.
Bid VALUES IN
Miss Matie Bud Is glttln' t' be so
purty she halnt got a girl friend. "A
8aw Mill in Winter" Is th' subject of a
dainty water color by Miss Tawney
Apple. Her father used I' paint targets
In a ahootin' gallery.
(Continued from Cage 11
Hotel Stewart, where she registered ns
'!'. Cushlng.' The Stewart was ciowd
ed nnd Miss Cushlng, with several oth
ers, was sent to tho Hotel Paisley.
"According to F. II. Strohme, the
clerk, Miss Cushlng did not nppenr to
be agitated when she registered and
asked to be placed In nn outside room
on tho top floor. Shortly afterwards
she paid for a night's lodging, explain
ing that Mie would leave In the morn
ing. "Warned by Landlady.
"About 10 o'rlock yesterday morning.
Mrs. A. II. Strohme, the owner of the
hotel, thinking that Miss Cashing had
left the npiirtment, entered thu room.
Sho was surprised to Hnd the young
woman sitting on tho window sill In
evident mental distraction.
"'Look out; don't sit the-re; you're
liable to full out,' warned Mrs, Strohme,
There's no danger,' replied Miss
dishing; 'I won't fall.'
Tho landlady went downstairs tn tell
her ion of the Incident. She had hard
ly llulshed telling of tlie strnnge no
tions of the young woman when n la
borer rushed Into the boh I, stating that
a woman boilJunipil out nf u win
dow. Strohme found Miss Cushlng ly
ing on a pllo of bricks, unconscious
nnd bleeding profusely, Art" ambulance
was soon on the scene from the central
"Miss Csuhlng was still alive when
the ambulance, but despite
the wild drive to save her life she died
while en route to the hospital. The
body was removed to the morgue.
"Note Tells of Suicide.
"The following note, written on the
back of on envelope, was found on
the bureau In Miss Cushlng's room:
"'I Intended to Jump overbonrd from
tho Sierra last night, but things hap
pened to prevent. Troubles have mndo
me despondent. Notify C K, Cushlng,
Needlium. Mass. You will find my
ticket and money on me. I nm not
afraid to die.'
Among Miss Cushlng's effects found!"", nM r"""",' '"mM, to "V; ox,,'.nt
1... I.A . nflA ....... . .....a., .nn.nlnln,.
by the police was a purse containing
't ..... ., .
W...U, n ruunn-mp rnnroa.i ui-svi
noucni in iiosinn on January su nmi
stamped hereon April 4, nnd two rings.
A baggage check was nlso found In her
roeim. Indicating thnt she had checked
her baggage on Tuesday and tho trunk
left yesterday morning on the 10 o'clock
train for the Hftst.
"It Is tho supposition of the police
thnt Miss Cushlng left her homo in
nn effort to better her health, nnd that,
upon her return tn this city, finding
thnt her health was stilt falling, she
preferred death to returning to the East
In her sick condition.
"Chief of Pollco White yesterday aft
ernoon received a telegram from Chns.
K. Cushlng of Keedhnm, Mass., asking
that he ask Mrs. Strohmo to hold nlj
tho effects of Miss Cushlng nnd to
euro for the body nt his expense until
she hears from him today."
ASKS FOB 1IF.LV
nulldlng nnd Plumbing Inspector
Mlchlsteln has notified the board of
J-Supervisors that owing to Increased
DiisinesB in ins department, ne is in
need of further assistance. He ulso
uaks that an Increase be granted In
the salary of J. J. Kulelopu, who in a
clerical capacity has been serving tho
city und comity for n number of
months past. Tho Ways and Means
Committee, which hue such matters
In charge, will pas upon tho mutter.
UK II MIT IS THANKFUL.
Upon behalf or tho "Ouhu Central
Improvement Committee, Chnlrmun K.
Ilerndt has forwarded u letter of
thanks to the City und County Super
visors for tho assistance rendered the
Committee on Clean-Up Day. The city
fathers donated the use of carts, wag
ons, equipment as well iih laborers to
the clean-up forces, which courtesy
wus much appreciated by the volun
e i e
Weekly Bi I let ! tl oer year.
tCanitnumd from Piai 11
T,en, after tho clean-up was. over, tlmo
checks were prevented by men who
were not on the mils of the roid de
partment, but as these men had nc
tuully done the work, the Clean-Up
Day committee paid them 32 each.
Supervisor Dnlght of thu road com
mittee has been Informed that 1C0 of
the men known to have worked have
been paid by thu city and county, Mov
ent -eight" are unpaid, while seventy
three hnve been paid double, once from
the municipal treasury and o'nee from
the Clean-Up Day funds.
Low wanteil n special committee ap
pointed tn Investigate alleged grufflng
UIUI .lllCr.l W U I "M 1 1 HHI II IIU111MI ClHI"
, , ,. , ., ., . , ,
Ing for the Investigation to be made
,)y ,k, ,.,, COInm,,,.0i
, mv ,.x,rr,,d the opinion that It
'wnM ot n caw W,ere nn Individual
member of tho bonrd could pass out.
as the honor of the entire board was
at Make. It was referred to the road
OT only must every
individual dairy be
longing to this As
sociation be absolutely
clean and sanitary, but, as
an additional precaution to
provide the purest and
safest milk, every drop is
treated by a new electric
The publie Is cordially
lnvted to call at our milk
depot, on Sheridan street,
near King, any day be
tween 9 and 11 a. m. to see
the new electrio purifying
process in operation.
You will find our depot
an example of cleanliness
This is one of the principal
You get sterling value when
you purchase one of these suits.
Suits of Elegance for Young
who appreciate style
TO START MORE
WORK AT HILO
Breakwater Construction Und
er Third Appropriation
Healed proposals fur brcukuulcr con-
Hrucllon nt llllo harbor will be re
ceived ut at United States Kiigineer's
uiPce In this city until Sipleiuber H und
I lien publicly opeiiid.
1iite fall of tills )enr will see the
work on the breakwater llulshed us far
as the lust appropriation, $200,000, will
carry It along Tho construction wilt
then be continued without loss of time
as far as the next appropriation, $&00,
000, approved mid given by Congress
will tend to build It.
The length of the breakwater when
llulshed will depend entirely upon the
price per cubic yard the gnttrnment
will have lo pay for rock, and Just how
iniiiiy cubic yards can be obtained with
tho money allowed by Congress when
that body approved the project will be
ileti nnlneil by the bid. The amount
of money asked for was 1,1.00,000,
which will be nllotted In Instalments
The breakwater consists of a sub
structure nnd superstructure-. The
subitructuro Is the section being built,
at the present time. The rock Is placed)
on the Mriirturc from scows nnd runs
to a height that vanes according to
thu undulations of thu harbor bottom,
within fourteen feet of the wuter sur
face. At twelve feet below mesin low
water the substructure Is seveuty-ltve
feet wide on top, upon which tho su
perstructure wilt be built of heuvy
rock, placed and lilted carefully Into
position by derricks ro that they will
never loosen or full apart from the tcr
rlllu pounding wave-action upon them.
Where the wave motion is compara
tively little below the surface till- sub
structure stone Is not placed like the
Miptrstructure, but merely dumped Into
position, forming a compact founda
tion. Tho superstructure will rise nbovo
tho surface eleven feet nbove low wa
ter, and will be lirteeu feet lu width.
When finished this breakwater will
be one of the strongest and best built
In the country,
Of the last $500,000 appropriated,
$2SO,000 will be available In thy fall, us
Mion as the present appropriation ex
pires, to carry on the work to thu ex-
tent It villi allow the contractors, and
'then the remaining $;:o,00fl will be
I The breakwater will have to extend
a certain distance-. Dec nnd that there
will be no limit us to oxtemdon, mere
ly eoiistryiitlng ns fur us the money
I Captain Putnam, Corps of nngln-
eers, V H. A., who has had this work
' under his supervision, will be rellevi'd
'fiom further duty in about two weeks
by Major William P. Wooten, fiom tho
Military Academy, West Point.
I Captain Piitiiaui will have charge of
. tlx company of engineers ut Foit Du
County supervisors were told of the
crowded condition of at least one of
the school buildings In the outside,
dlrtrlcts at n meeting nf the boa id
held last celling.
A petition generously signed by the
patents of Eligible school children of
Kanwn, Kii.iIim and Kahuna In Koo
latiloa wan presented thiough Muvor
.1. J. Kern.
The petitioners go on to reclto Iho
trials and trlhulatlouj attendant to
attempting to cum for the children lu
that dlstiict. It Is alleged that the
school premises there is fur from be
ing able to accommodate the constant
lucrcuso lu tho number of children
appljlng lor udmtsrloii to the schooU
It was iHiinteel tint Unit there Is J
largo mid flourishing Japanese rlIio.iI
In the neighborhood that from tho
Htnmlimlnt of equipment and accom
modation would place the county In
ttltiitlon at a great disadvantage. Tho
recommendation Is made that the
present building ho c-tiUrgcd In ol
der (hat it -might accommodate ut
least eighty children. The suggeitlon
Is made that tho building be divided
Into two class rooms to better facil
itate the work of Instruction.
The need of "additional teachers'
quarters wns also emphasized. Till
school ns well as others on tho wind
ward sldo of the Island have but re
cently been visited by Supervisor
Ijiw. This member of tho board stat
ed last night that ho had hoped tu
hold a confere'tico with City and
County Knglneer flero anent the mat
ter of the district school buildings but
Iho engineer has been almost dally
engaged with belt road commission,
nnd Low wns therefore unable to
mnko oven n verbal reort.
DRAW COLOR LINE
ITHACA. N. Y., June 27. Tho
race question at Cornell, which has
been bluilng for several weeks, since
It was first Incited by Jnmes I).
Clarke's article In tho Cornell Krn,
has broken out again, nml this time,
has been put squarely up to tho board
A mnjorlty of the co-eds of tho uni
versity, more than 200, have signed a
petition requesting that ndmlssloii bo
refused rolorejl women to the only
dormitory for women which the uni
versity owns, Sago Collego. The
petition has been forwarded tn
President Scliurniun, and by him will
be presented to tho board nf trusletej
ut Its noxt regular meeting.
Tho petition Is tho direct result of
nn application mado by two
colored students for rooms in Huge
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