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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1911.
TARIFF NEWS IS
I tf J
What Fashionable Woman
Doesn't Want a Pair!
Womeif Regal Shoes lire worn by the
betl-dreued women in New York and other
faihion centers and we have the aarne Regal
style light here (or you to choote from.
The new Regal model have every fathion
feature found in the mott expensive Para,
London and New York custom-made shoes.
Moreover, they are made in auarter-slzci, in
luring you an exact lit. We, know that they
will afford you complete satisfaction.
l King nud Bethel
Call and see them, at the
Gas Company's Office
ALAKEA AND BERETANIA
Cured by Lydia E. Plnkham's
Morton's Gap, Kentucky. ''I Buf
fered two years with female disorder.
my health was very
bad nnd I had a
which was simply
awful. I could not
stand on my feet
lonff enough to cook
a meal's victuals
without my back
nearly killing me,
and I would have
such dragging sen
sations 1 could
hnrillv har If T
iad soreness In cacti side, could not
stand tight clothing, and was irregular.
I vas completely run down. On ad
vice I took Iiydla E. Plnkham's Vege
table Compound and Liver Tills and
nm enjoying good health. It Is now
moro (linn two years and I have not
had an nrho or pain since I do all my
own work, washing and everything,
and never hao the backacho any more.
I think your medicine Is grand and I
f raise It to all my neighbors. If you
bink my testimony will help others
you may, publish ft." Mrs. Otxix.
woodall, Morton's Gap, Kentucky.
Ilackache Is a symptom of organic
weakness or derangement. If you
havo" backache don't neglect it. To
ret permanent rellelf vou must reach
the root of the trouble. Nothing we
Know or win do this so surely ub ,L,ycua
. Plnkham's Compound.
"Write to Mrs. Plnklinm, at
I,ynn, Mnss., for apeclnl advice.
Your letter will 1o absolutely
connacnimi, ana mo navice iree.
rf V tilt"
Sugar Investigators Feci That
'Action Is to Be Expected
at Next Session.
ic x m
mtUy in 4c Oikc 1k&c
uro not Shur-ons, even though
Ihcy nro flngcr-plcce mountings.
The Bupcrlor mechnnlcal con
struction ot the Shur-on means
POPE IS GIVING
HAWAII A BOOST
funeral services oxer Iho remains ft
the Into J W. Mcriulrn lire tiikuiR place
nt ? o'clock this afternoon from Wit
llaniH' undertaking parlors. Mr. Mc
Uulro was a prominent member of tho
volunteer lire department that will ho
represented by kumnnlnns of tho flro
lighting days. Flags on tho lire engine
houses wero at half-mast tills morn
Pallbearers at tlio funeral will bo hh
follows: C II. Wilson, former chief en
gineer of tho volunteer flro depart
ment; Henry rimlth, secretary! John
Nell, II ro marshal; Oniric Hi Clnrk,
foreman Company No. 2; F. Tliom'aH,
D. Mulkal, members of the paid flro
department; Assistant Chief Knginecr
A. A. Deerlng, with John Note,, for
merly chief engineer of the paid fire
department. Chief Thurston will at
tend tho services.
Little activity on the market but
no hIrii of a slump In tho same story
in such- Btocks toda ns tins been Iho
caso for somo time past, Uneaslitos
over tho tariff-revision talk Is hold
ing back the largo orders for stocks
that would ho placed Instantly wero
It assured that thcio wlil bo no nor!-,
ous cut In tho sugar duties by Con
Much Intorcst nag amused by tho
publication jcslerduy of tho news sent
by tho BullotliiH Washington cor
respondent that, thoro will bo no re
vision during tho present session but
tho next session Is likely to sco def
As the present session draws to u
closo, local people have relt fairly
confident that tho sugar tariff Is sate
for a few months nt IcnBl, but It In
gcncially considered that It Is n very
shaky thing after congress convenes
next December. In spite of tho ro
nsBiirances that Congiess will not
make much of a reduction In llils,
great rovenuo-produror, Iho Investors
nro tlmoroiiB nbout pulling their mo
ney Into the stocks Just now, Brokers
expect somewhat moro activity next
Severn! plantations nre preparing
I for extra dividends, It la rumored, be
cause of the high prlro of sugar an I
tho excellent crops, hut announce
ments are only made after much con
sideration. Tho market today was solid, the
few sales showing a minor drop or two
hut generally Indicating satisfactory
conditions. Hawaiian Agricultural Is
stiff at $250, and several good sates of
Hawaiian Commercial aro recorded at
138.25. Oahu remains at $11.2:1) Olaa
continues strong nt $5, while Pioneer
has dropped a half a point, now sell
ing at $206. ilonokaa l.i a little weak
er, but there Is no Impjitant move
ment In any of the listed stocks. , ,
Be Bur You Gat Shur-on
A. N. Sanford,
Bolton Building - - Fort Strut
Ovsr May & Co.
How Willis T. Pope, superintendent
of public Instruction, has been help-
comfort, durability and omdJ nB taom Hawaii on the coaat. I. toM
in u ,euur iiuui i-ijpu rev-uivuu n)
Secretary II. P. Wood of the Hawaii
Promotion Committee. He saja:
Mr. II. P. Wood,
Honolulu. T. II.
Dear Sir: I returned to San Fran
cisco from Los Angeles on tho 7th,
and called nt the Peck .ludah Co.
headquarters, 789 Market street, ami
nrranged to havo the pamphlets, "Ha
wall as a Vacation Ground for Ad
vnnced Students" delivered to a num
bvr of places, hotels and headquarters
for N, i:. A. tlsllors. Since I hao
observed that tho printed matter was
properly placed for distribution.
Tho N. 1'. A. Is proving to bo ory
Inteicstlng to mo and Is gonorally con-
rldeied a success. I have hud a pleas
ant visit nbout (.ns Angeles and ex
pect to call for Honolulu about Aug.
Hoping that all Is pleasant with you,
Yours vory truly,
wili.is t. port:
Every Dairy con
tributing to this
had its herd in
spected by the
the herds abso
The best and
purest milk is
MlTICIi:itKIt I'ORTKZ IVEEI'8
WHILE HUItlllKI) IN MACHINE
Yesterday aftornoon Sheriff Jnrrett
In company with Eulolle Cortez,
tho Filipino murderer, went down to
Pinrl City, where an Inquest ovor tho
enrpso of 'Alice Ultilunl was hold by
Deputy Sherlrf 'Fernando of Hwa.
Corlor, who apparently felt the con-
hciiuemo of bis net, hid his face In
tenrs, us tho pollco automobile hur
ried him to tho sceno of tho tragedy.
Miss Itcnn K. Ilcrtlemann, sten
ographer of tho pollco department,
went along to tnko down tho tcstl
mony of Cortez.
Tho Inquest wns conducted In the
Kwn court houbo. Deputy Sheriff For
nandez warned Cortez that anything
ho would say would bo used against
him nt tho trial. During tho interro
gallon, Cortez admitted that ho sharp
rued the lllo with tho Intention of kill
ing uChlnutnun, and not his formor
mlbtless. Ho confessed, however,
that he wns responsible for tho death
of Alleo Ululanl, who deserted him
and went '" "N0 w"h i'etor Kenla.
, At the conclusion of the Inquest tho
j coroner's Jury returned n verdict of
murder against Cortez.
WILL BE PAID
Pure Silk Hose
PHOENIX SILK HOSE are made of
PIJRE SILK and remain permanently silky,
never "bags" or shows "fuzz" after washing.
We guarantee six pairs to wear six months
without holes or we will replace with new
ones free of charge. Positively the best
value in the market. In all colors, at
50c a pair
a? ' r
WHAT CURES ECZEMA?
We have had so many Inquiries
lately regarding Kczcma and other
skin diseases, that we are glad to
make our answer public. After caret
fill Investigation wo havo found that1
a slinplo wnsh of Oil of Wintergreen,
as compounded In D. I). U., can bo
relied upon. Wn would not make this
statement to our patrons, friends and
neighbors unless wo wero suro of It
the goods from tho wharves than to
nut II In warehouses.
"" "" ' lLsaal Point Involved. I
Deputy City nnd' County Attorney A "e"1 "ueollon f llrst-lmpVYtnnco,,
ITed Mllverton. now absent In Konttjhl"' col ' ln connection with tho,
on business of private nature, will ,Inn "T repairing defects In, existing
In all probability receive full pay dur-. wharvcn Under the law that gives tho
Ing the time that he Is uway from hia'commrsslon.ppwer to operate, only $30,
ufllcc i01"' allowed for repairs during tho,
Mr.' Mllvcrl.m. as well ns all other nMt tHO ycnr"' hereas $300,000 Is
city and county cmploves. will. how-,nllable for new work. Th. commls
ever, bo reacted to give roqrmal and "lon hn" l,,nnn,:u XmM roadways on,
courteous notice lo tho Hoard ot Hu- l""niI ',arTO of '" Wwk'
pervlsorn befi.ro they will bo P"rmllted ' "; ,,ut, "p''d construct on
to rnloy future vncatlons unikr full wor, w , ""00 lf l'ut ln ohla
rnnnuiiu iviii nnr rnvnr erv iinirn ni :
pay I ' t '
This Is belli cd to bo the gist of a "" r,""nt nc;n"- question of
recommendation that Is to bo made'tliH ""," ,no onh Toa' n.lruclloii Is
evening by the members or tho ways repairing or new work has therefore
and means committee, who havo bad r. submitted to the AttorneyOcn
tho matter of the Mllverton absence " " m n '" "n"wer ' "" wl
under consld. ration. Tho committee 1,fl "'"'' ,h commission to-
jias been asked to pnsa upon tho qucs-1
FAMOUSGMNDQPERA SINGERS WED
and although thoro are many so-i Hon. There aro somo members of that Early Work Plsnnod
called Kczcma remedies sold, we our
selves unhesitatingly recommend. D.
D. D. Prescription.
Because Wo know that t gives In
stant relief to that torturing Itch.
IJecause D. D, I), starts tho cure
at tho foundation of the trouble.
Because It cleanses, soothes and
heals tho skin, clearing away pimples
and blotches over night.
Ilocausc It enables Nature tn re
pair the ravages of disease
Because Tho records of ten years
of complete cures of thousands of the
most rcrlous cases show that D. D.
P. Is today recognized as the absolute
ly reliable Kczcma Cure.
Drop Into our store today. Just to
talk over tho merits or this wonder
ful Prescription. Wo will also ex
plain Iho value or D. I). D. as it houso
' Benson, Smith & Co.
CITIZEN AND MAY NOT
To bo or not to bo Is the question
that teems to have raised Itself In the
mind of Oc raid Woodsworth. .Ho made
application jesterday for his llrst pa
pers, but when ho heard that ho would
havo to wait ninety dav before ho
could get u hcurlng hu changed his
mind nnd did not sign the nicessury
body who contended that Mllverton Among early work lo lie incKieil ny
should forfeit his clulm .to salary dur- the commission Is repairing of tho new
Ing the months bo bus been away. It Malum or old llnckfeld wliarf. Thj
is said that City and County Attorney commission bus requested the public
John W Calhiart camo before tho works department for plans changing
committee In -uncus tho other evening the structural conditions of the shed,
mul iliirliiir dm nurse of k tencthv ud- rinsing- tho Wulklkl hide and leaving
dress stated that In future further ills- the other side open. It Is planned toj
tension ulong this line would be ellm-, construct it thirty-foot rmidwny outside
(Conllnutrt from Pag 1)
well, as It Is thru.ish the draylng com
panies that freight is handled to tho
In tho nrranKcin.'iit of wharves these
three Interests conflict considerably, uc
the shed and n twenty-foot roadway In
side, the balance of the wharf tn I mi
covered with sheathing over four by
twelve plunking The ohla block as n
iWhurf roadway will be given an Im
partial nnd practical test here, this
wharf having been built upon piles
driven Into the solid ground, not, ufter
dredging. In deep water. The ohla
block work hero will cost roughly
Alakia Wharf's Many Imptrfectlont.
One mutter bellvcd by shipping peo
ple lo bn of v Ital Importance arid which
will undoubtedly be brought to tho at
tention of the Harbor Commission nt
tho conference held nt tho Capitol to.
moirow jfternoon, will be thol niultir
of many Imperfections declared hh ex.
Istlng in the big Alakca wharf.
Thoso whosn business It U tn ban-
Jdlo freight ut this wharf do not hesl-
p jMasM; cnn-ivj BH
aiVW Vfi vi uutjUKiA aaaaW
SMiyAK. . -
should he raised nnd lowered perpeil- 11 flooring that Is said to lie 11 terror
diculnrly. tn tluw whit uro Interestnl In the.
By moving Hie doors In this man- spenly movement or freight. The floor.
nor 11 tontiniinus open wlinrf Is at the laid 5 ears ngn, hat llfcome worn
disposal of tho steanuhlp people, and thruugh In many place It Is uneven,
the trnnslt of freight from ship to unit hi m use morn men aro required,
wharf Is greatly facilitated I while less -work Is performed
Tim Mutsou wharf Is supplied with
sldo tlrlveivajH, vvhhh readily permit ,rn'- """ '- ""ensieeve oi juno.
the passage of 1. team along tho entire "ophins viih iionoreu wn tne ..cBreo
lenclh. One trreat illllleultv rIK.ull. f d.K-tor of laws by the University of
tered lit tho new Alakra wharf has I'cmisjhnnla.
been through the coustiint congestion
of tnilllc. Veuiin entering the wharf
cording to statements that have reach
itl tho harbor commission. The wharf ta,to to, state that In tho planning nnd
people, for Instance, it Is stated, aro construction of this whnrf the Terrl-
anxious thnt tho wharves shull bo roof- tor," Incorporated a large percentage of
Ifo Is a natlvo of Auckland, Noivi , )V(T pltrPlyt wn, ,ho Ktevedore' mistakes. For Instance. It Irilcontcnd
.ealand and has recently received hi ,, nMm , ,,, tn0 height on'ed that tho wharf space outside th
, 1 1 11 , 'iitemnnii room 10 niiiuiio tno ireigm on cii 111111 1110 wnuri i
honornblo dlschargo from tho lfl'LlU,(Io roHCHliy, lim, tho teaming ln-lhe,- It nlionthor t.s.
Cavalry During bis term there ho1 t ,..,, . ,. .. ,. . ."
11 linio (! iunii"; vihoiuvj mi. i- illicit " .!. ..j--.
sldo nnd freo access to all parts of tliO'to thirteen feet, nt least four fccPnf
seems to havo Ik come Impressed with
the lino tlilnK It was to be under tho
Stars nud Htrlpcs and thought bo would
glvo up his allegiance to George, "King
wharf tn prevent congestion of tratllo) (hit Is given over to the, protecting
RU Quattlon Striout. j .stringers It Is Impossible for teams
Innllici. iin.tulifiti ..iilnlni. it.i In Hint In ntlllvn tfili, nnrl Inn (if thn Alnlffil
of Clreat llrlUiln unit Ireland. Kmpcror f tthnrfu(.0 ,.. w ,,,,.,, con. wlmrfi ,,,, 10 MIno InnJ. v,e Hllll, ot
8untnr Smith pf Marlnnd Intro-
.la.A.l I.. It... Uai, n l.lll tn ...rtll. II
havo been known to surfer consider- , .1 , . '.1 .i ...
riirAut munrt tilliin iMiiun.n Itiiltlmorn
able delay owing to tho presence of , ...,..,,.,.,
other wagons nnd trucks within (bo '
tilt, wharf been provided with n wider ,)r ,lIlr) , J(K.oliH cl(,l(.
,,m....... ni .,..-, -...., iv ....,... ,(l u , B.rcHMont or the N'iitlonnl As-
ruclallon for the Ktuity and Prevention
of India nnd Defender of the Faith
When ho found that bo had ninety
day to wult, hnwovir, bo changed bis
mind lie oxptcts to bo leaving for
New .cnlaud again soon and may stay
there for 0110 or threo cars and may
not come back at all. Further action
In the iniitter Is deferred until hu comes
to u decision.
-BULLETIN ADR PA
trol of tlw commission now. It Isstnt- trucking as well.
cd that tho commission will fix wliarf-j McCabo, Hamilton & Benny, who
oge rates at such a llguro that tho probably have mora tn do with tho
wharves will no longer bo used ns con- handling of cargo ut tho port of Mono
vcu'.ent and economical warehouses, u)u than any other concern, favor tho
and that what Is claimed ns nn abuse Mntsnn wharf when It comes to tho
of the sstem will be prevented. A expeditious working of cargo
member of tho commission said this, one error In the planning of tile
morning that many shippers bring Alnken wharf Is suld to bn the nr-
freight here and hold It on the wharves rnngement of Its doors Under the
for severnl das, Uncling Is thenper to present sstem tho doors slide along
YVaeklr Halltotlall ner rear, pay wharfago charges and distribute the whnrf horizontally, whereas they
v--. r f , -,
that this trouilo would have been ''11
tlrely nbv luted.
The shippers njm that through the
ence between tho shipping Interests and A Skill Ol B68Utf IS I J0f F0r6VBi
tho llnrlior Commlstlnu, that the many """" ""
mistakes made In the constrcutln,, of pw, J. FELIX GSURAWS ORIENTAL
the Alakca wharf will not bo repeated J rK!it. nD Hirtril PCillTICIEB
In tho now ltlchards.strett wharf. tWAB UH AUIMl, DC AU I irlCH,
Another matter which Is of Intenso jrtrsj rfStk. Rmoj. Tn. rjnr'.v
Interest tn those who have tn deal with lMt$ ofeil1 Kub.S sti !"".'
Inter-Island shipping Is the condition Z&rM MsC II jfS " tf. ""
..r .1 fl .I....r ...l.lt. Id .' ilf VCV ..0 d.certHHi. II
l .llti r in 111 .sill... ,11. .1.1, iiiiivii ." M M
declarul unsafe for tho reception of t-!
very heavy freight offerings. Tho j
claim has been inndn that tho wclUit
of one truck nnd tonni In.tded with a
heavy sugar mill roller would serlous
l threaten tho structure, The wharf
shed Is also pointed out us 11 disgrace
tn lltn nnrt.
Ilaekfeld wharf, while now covered uHjiir,i.nitl'inJinc,iiM.l runi,
,wlth a wenther.pioot shed, possesses f AD. T. HOPIIRS, Pua 37 Crut Jonit SUesi, KraTVi
ft T W
nf Tfirt, knf
U preperlr tnt.'
(fit of alojU
tiMnf. Pr, L. A
?4Tf ! I1
l4y of tb fek'it
ion i pvlmt
MAl rotl, I-J ff
will UM tbru.
ilauiiiiiJM (rrNint th 14 hivmful of Ulk
Uln 1 rrpi vtona ' i "f ui bf ail drnit bl ntf
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