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THE BKACES WITH A GUARANTEE.
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than any other Mini.
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Heidi)" iliey outttc.ir nil others
Htiy only the jrMitiino wtllt MIIRItY PRISIDLM
on the liiuklcs ami with tins guarantii on
every pair mCA 1T
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A Glass Door, through whlcli you can watch tho baking or
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ALAKCA AND BCrtETANIA
Kicking tip In ocry wny the nttl-
Hutu nf the llo.inf nf Health, the Oh Du
ller of I'miiincreo's heillh committee,
through Ur tlinlrniiin, (leorgo. Wi
.Smith, him tnilile Its report tn tlio
'( number nn the results nf a 'Seeing
! llniuiliilii" tour Tho report III part In
'On the afternoon of September 27
our (Oininlttee mi public! health, 111
company ullh )our president, Sccrc
tnrj nf the Tcrrltnr) i: A Mott-Smllh,
!r. J 8. II l'rutt, president of tho
llonril of irenlth: Senator A. I". Jmlil,
l)r I. N Shepherd, Sanitary Inspector
t'luirlnck and Mr. Walter O Smith of
the Star, visited icrtnln Insnnltiiry dis
tricts of the clt nml now beg to re
port us follows:
'the llrst Ktop was made lit Wnlhn
haliiht lane TIiIh thoroughfare Is
piHsnlih for vehicles for nhout two
ImiKlreil feet maiika froln School street
nml itili nhruptly nt (ho Wnlknlinhilii
I'iiIIk, In the cast liranch nf the Nuiinnti
Ktre.im This place lit the future site
of n Keenlc park nn html donated hy
Queen l.llliKikalanl. At the prenent
time tho ground I necupled hy n mini-
her of wretched houses which the
Hoard of Ilenlth linn had to order va
ulted on Ins to an epidemic of tjphold
fever which prevailed among the for
mer occupants of the houses, nil of
wlinni were using n cotnnimi cesspool,
After every rain thin cesspool, owing
tit the nature nf the ground, would
overflow and drain Into tho Nuunmi
heavy duty Marina nnd Stationary Gat Cnglnoi aro bui't In San Francisco,
Cal. 1, 2, 3, 4 and C Cyhnjcrs; 4 to 220 H. P.
But It's Hot
Of course it is, and it'll STAY
But there's no reason why YOU
A cold bottle of
will make things lovely.
ORDER A CASE
Doar 8lr: Vo take pleasure In stating that we havo purchased one 25
h. p. four cylinder, two 35 h. p. three cylinder, ono 12 It. p. D. C. and four
teen I and G h. p. singla cylinder Imperial Conines, all in i.so In our fleet of
fulling boats Wo aro well catishod with the performance of your machine
und will gladly recommend them.
AMERICAN FISH A OYSTER CO, Black Diamond.
Imperial rapid advance in trade it duo to its havlrn the highest effici
ency of any gas nnin in our market. Every possible precaution is taken In
the manufacture nf Imperial as to bost of material being used, exact, and
standard sizes tinned out. Call and we will show you Imperial engines, big
rnd small, marine and stationary, wording In Honolulu. Imperial agent for
Hawaiian Islands .s HENNING A. PETERSON, 1150 Alakea Street, P. O. Box
Hero tho conditions found wero
most Insanitary A large tenement
luStitn on several tarn patches, the
tenement being occupied hy n Inrgo
nuuiher of faiullleH, of nil nationali
ties, using In common two privies
ndjntent to the tnrn patch Close liv
Is an ordinary open privy which, nftcr
each rainfall, ovrrllows Into the turo
pntcli, the waters from which fnll hy
gravity Into a small stream loaning to
tho hnrhor Tho water from this stream
Is also used for domestic purposes and
will ho rcferreil to later.
It Is the Intention nf the Hoard nf
ltculth to recommend that Frog lane
he made n street, leading from School
tn H.iteH or Judd street! that the turo
land ho drained, und that tho sower
s) stent he extended through tho tcrrl
torj' thus opened tip. This will hecomo
wilunhlo land und it deslrahlo resi
dence section of the clt).
"The ptrty next proi ceded to n lnrio
leading Kna from Asjhiui roul nnd
directly opposlto the present end of
Vlnejnnl streit This lane, like the
others, Is very narrow' nnd leads
abrupt!) to it depression where It
would ho 'Impossible to establish sewer
connection, nlthoiigh much needed.
Here, ns well us In another locality, tho
hoard suggests a lentrnl sewage res
ervoir to lie emptied hy u permanent
pumping il int Into the ngulnr sewer
system.' The ho ml nlwn proposes that
Vino) aril street lie extended through
nil of the property to eventually con
nect with Iloughtalllng road In Knllhl.
OF THE YEAR
bttrifiiit ItMnti f tin frilly Altlinttrrli A tun.
r-.xssin ...v. , ....... ........ni "'-.. .. ., . ..... m
tied twice n month hy the Hoard of1"0 ' Ppi", inns ..pence. ... ., .,r,
. (,... mnn..ii,i. ,-lsnniiury nomes lor mmu ........re
.. lit I families;
Ilenlth. It vvns found
keep the property In a sanitary con
illl Inn or to prevent seepage Into the
slrenm. the waters of which lire used
"Your committee are convinced that
the "rolldlllnn existing at the places
The lnjrtirliUH ch.iracter 111 "A I'er
Mill of Home Importance," l.lnvd Os-I
honniii'M latest novel, Is said to boMig. '
govlcd tij thill joiing ironn prllRo of
Itia. n.lii .1 tuauA vn..ifml ilnnlll n I l.tu
..i... iiii, n mni; ii'i'in-ii .ivii.ii .1. iii-i.
snooiiug-iougc siuiiieii 1110 vnoie worm
The Carpet from llagdnd," llnrohl
MavUruth's new novel, lias to do with
tho iidvenlures of n rug-ged youth.
for ilrlnklng nnd domestic purposes by, lulled nro Intolerahle and ought not to
large population living below School. "mi nine nicj loosiiinie n kuuiuiiih
mennio not only to the health or tnoso
rirlw' lllng In the place destrlhed, hut
nlsn to the comiuiinlt) as n vdinle.
"Tho (ilans propomd 11 tho Hoard
of Health nre oxcclknt and. If currUd
out, Mill pniitlralb elhuhnto disenso-
strict It Is Imposslhlo to effect sow
nge connections vlth tills property ow
ing to tho lay of the land and the dis
tance from line of sewcr.
Plans of Board.
"It Is the recommendation nf tho
When 'flttnvo Tlnml" haves lur
writing desk sho leave that iiamo be
hind lur nnd puts on her real mime
Alko lrcm.h The inline of Trench hit.
been known hi her homo town of Dnv- I
enport, la, for two generations, for I
Miss IYench's father nnd unths fnund-'l.
I 0110 of tile large plow works of Ihu.l
city, now conducted by her brother.
MIhh I'rench his,nlwas taken u keen
Interest In tho business, und II H
through this familiarity with iirnctlr.il
nlTalrs that she Is ublo to write to
sanely of work nnd workers In her
new book, "Stories Thnt Knd Well
May I'utrclle, author of "Secretary
of'IYIvnlom Jlffolrs," Is said to he tho
only woman In tho United Stntcs who
enn dispute n National Ix-nguo umpire,
on the lino points of bisehatl nnd get
uwiiy w Ith It. The hrrolno of In r
novel Is the snmo sort of a girl.
Mary Roberts Hlnehnrt, nntlinr of
"Seven Dns" and other 'best-sellers,
plans to turn her attention to home-
hultdlng ns well As hnok-hulhllng Her
hushnnd. Dr. S. M. ninehnrt nf I'ltts
hurg, has Just purihnscd n sulistnntlal
cstato In tho" hrnutlful Seulckliy Viil
ley. The old Thomas Haro inanslon
now standing on the grounds, nlmnst
hidden from sight by tho surrounding
trees, will be extensively nniodiltd un
der Mrs Itlnehnrt's direction, and hero
sho expects to put the llllhllllli; touUn
on her forthcoming hook.
Hoard of Health that Wulknlinlulu. breeding foci, drain hind that will hc
Inne bo widened, straightened nnd ex-como of high vnluo und reniovo from
tended through to Hates street, thus our midst a condition that ought not
opening up good property, nil of which ( to obtain In nn vlvillred eomiminlty.
enn he properly drained nnd connee-t-i "In conclusion jour roininltteo
ed with the sewer sjstem which will strongly urge Hint the hearty support
10 extended along the lino of tho pro- of the Chamber of Ciiimnrrrc lie given
poicd street. "to the Hoard of lle-alth, not only for
"Krnm this point the party wont to tbe Immodl.itn work In hand, hut nlso
lrog line, n nnrrow pissnge leading In thrt proposed legislation looking to
inaiikii frnii School street to whnt was the opening of streets mid ilrnlniigo of
fnrnurlv known us Detention Camp lands, to he laid before the legislature,
No 3, In use during tho first plague elthe-r In sihhIiiI session or nt the regil-
Dcar lo the Heaits of the Women.
DR.T. FELIX GOURAUD'S '
nrl llwrCRDTHOeMSS. ft
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
An InJisocnsablc and Necessant 1
Article for Particular Women Kl
who Desire to 'iiclain a
I.very woman owes It to herself nnd
loved ours to retain tho eluirni nf youth
nnluro hnsliestovcd upon her. lor over '
linlf a century this article has been useili
lijr itvilvrrLit rnisiVir ssiiii sti'iiitii 'I r"
fitJh!oM. It rni.lnn tlio nkln llko tho
tu)ftncsM of vclct IpuvinR It clenr mult
penrly wlilto nml Is hlshly ilmlnililc when
prrinrinp for ilnlly or rvrnltiK atllrn. Ah ,
it in a Hi hi It! nml iumRrriiy Drcninitlon
It tTinntn- tinnntlrcd. AVlioti nttrinlln 9
tl inrri. luiiis nr tuner cnirriainntrntfl, it
tvnfMit ii frrrimv tiitnrArntirn nf thn rntn
iilrxlnu cauned by tho fikln botontlnff i
Cournud'i Oriental Cream euros Mtln
i1Iuwm antl rIlevm Kunhurn Itrmovra
Man l'lmi rn ItUukhradK, Moth 1'alchc".
itfiHh. rrctll nml Vnlcar HnlnoM.
RlvInK a UclUnloly clear nnd rcllncd complexion
vennw nnd uuuiy sum. ri
vvtiid.!! vitij ii 'Minus iivnive .
No. 10 for biiIo by Druggists and Taney fjoods Dealers.
Ferd. T. Hopkins, Prop., 37 Great Jones Street, New York
Inr session In 1911'
RICHER THAN THE FAMED KLONDIKE
ST. JOHNS. N V.. Oct 2 The llt-beds In Vallejs of llnltlii'n land, vvhltlij '""" "' ' ""'
tin sealing! vessel Kite cntere-d this ive raged n iUarter of an onnee of gold ',K r,',l,,lon '" 'M"
harbor Inst Tuewlay after a threoto n poninl of paunlngs, tho rlehest
inouths' vojage. In willed It was Hiip-llml shuv the pne.ke.tH of holdeu C'all
posul to havo been trading In thnt Ice-rornln
sheeted waste known ns Hnllln'i I mil Tlio Kiln ixpidltlnii went ns far
It. S Tlnndcy of Ottawa, Out, and north iih Honils Inlet, hut tho gathering
Hleliaril White of St Johns, who char- Ico hloekeil Hh passnge tweutj miles
tired tho Kite, were regarded us sad- furllur north to the Kill rhir, ulilcll
eler, but viWer. men ' Hlmshy and Smltli were trj Ingi to
Hut nun of tlio uallors on tho Kile gain to elnliii the wcullh tho land hud
who was on shorn leave. In it mellow shown Hum
moment, exhibited u threo-ounco ndg- The lire nrt und Salmon rivers,
get of nlmost puro gold, which how hero inol of the snmiites lirniiKht
said hit had dug out with n pocket- hack wero obtained, nro nccesslblo by
klnfo while tho Klto was In tho Arc- sealing or whaling vessels for ii short
ties ' period of tlio suuimoh '
C'Icwe huiulry developed thnt tho Hut tho situation iif their "finds" W
Kite, nrter Its trading expedition, was still a si-eret vv'llli tho llo prospectors,
loaded with live tons of mineral nam- Ah Hillln'H land contains nhemt 'L'SO.OOn
pies 'sciuare mllrs, the- tuslt o'f those who
The plncer stuff was a Humility 'of siek Is prolmhij' tlio moHt' bnflllng In
gravel dug out of tlio riv era linn nry iner niHioryur'iiio'iirnrcnTiir goin
AVIlllam Johnston ("11111" Johnston)
prolmhij" the best-known newspapir
man In New York city, lias written u
novel, "Tlio Yellow Letter," which Is
said lo he the latest unci hct model,
slx-ijIlucUr, UO-hnrsepower sort utile
tectlvo storj- tl o kind that hits n 71-mlle-iin-liour
dultVfrniri itnrt to llulsh
We believe It of "Hill" Hill weighs
Me poiimls, hut he Is rnpldl) Itself In
thought nnd action As editor of the
New York World he has. In tho past
twelve months, conducted tho tie ll elujM
nf the city schools In utili.li to.nflobojh
eoiupiteil; he organled nnd condiu.led
tho first Intenltj' ucroplano lllght In
Aiuirlca, that of (lie mi Curtlss from
Albany to New Yeirk, last Mil)', for a
prle of $10,000; ho devised und eon-
ducted Ni w vokH 'safe und sunn
Tourth of Jul)." nml lie uiaiiageil tin
or (lawior when
the major returned from 11 h hospltnl
lifter the unsuccessful nltempt oil Ills
life. Ami till thli III addition tn Ids
dally work of loniiuctlng Hut fomlc
Hiipplenlent of the World, the special
lletlnu features, tho miignlne see Hon,
heslilM writing llfty short stories u
veur nnd "Tho Vellow Irftter" Ilo Is
the llarroiiu of tho literary nice traek
If "The Yellow Letter" iiiovck iih rap
Idly as "HIU" Johnston does. It will
mver be arrested for blocking trulllc.
TRY. THESE SEASIlilM H
z ' -tl, . ii
There nro n groat iininy provcnllvcs on tliolr IrAv'cls. c Lhrk (if 'conflilbnce
of HciwIckiicKH mill very weird fcomu ' 1I opiiiltjn,' !' the) 'real citfino 'Of
nf them mc. It In dlfllcult lo Inuiglnu
a person lit tho throes of mal-ele-incf
culling for ietrol to ctuo Ills HiifTer-j
lug, yet petrol In powder, not ns a
llnuld hiiH been hiikrcbIciI ns mi In-
fulllhlo euro. Triturated jietrol, thq
powder In qticHlion, Is not no dlfllcult
lo tnko as petrol Itself would be, but.
niOHt iieeiplo prefer scaBlckticsi). ' 1
Somo of tho "cures" uro very Inge,
tilous. A French physician puts for
ward tlio theory that seasickness Is
duo to a lack of puro air, and rcconi'
mends oxygen to relieve, tho breath-
liiK of tho sufferer. Ah, howovor, tho
seimlck ouo has to pump thirty to
fnity pints of puro ox)K0n Into him
to get tho full benefit of this doc
tor's euro, HiIb bcheino Is not likely
to plcnso tho nvorngo traveler, who
wants something (.heap and compict.
Another gentleman, nn Iliillnii nut
htssiidor, believes In placing u mirror
before his bed, und In gazing stcailll)
nt his reflection. In Ills caso this
fctrango romedy certainly gives rellof,
hut It 'Is hardly likely lo apply to In
valids In general.
A wcl known foiclgn gcuttoHinu h,m
another theory. In his opinion It Is
host for tho HUffoior lo shut Ills ojos
nml forget tho sen and overy ovll con
nected with it. Unfurl unatoly, an at
tack of seasickness Is not so easy lo
f oi got, '
One other peculiar euro recently put
forwaul hy a. doctor advises travelers
to cat very heurtllj both beforo and
rcnxlcknons, Pooplo' Imnglno they am
going to ho sick;, inl'got'8o tcslgticd
io incir lot mat it mey aro noi soa
fclck thcy'luo tttilto illsapitolntod.
A Chrls'tlAn Bclentlsl' has sugfiestod,
tho lopltltlim of'n formula, such as
"Thcic Ik no Hiicli thing oA scnslik
tiesB. There' Is' 'nil soaslckness: ' 'It's,
(inly my'liimglnatldn. X wniidcr whiit's
p? "'tlltincr." "''Tlio wrllcV, 'havltfg
crofb6il td6 channel recontljV'has' to'
illsiigrco vory strongly with this
"euro." ' " ' " '
"When seasick: drlnkhot tch. mid
wear red siiectniilos," advlsoB'n tonti
ne ntul doctor, who hris Hcclded that
un lulnli unua lu .1.1 I..' n'lflnl. lf liln.i.l
suiiiilv to thn liriiln.'' This '"euro" cor-l
tulnl) causes the) tilood to rHisli to tlie'
henct, but red BpoydicleR hits hail for
the cyeB, anil thord aro bthor draw
backs to this wonderful Idea'.'
"After u good doso of saline, pro
euro a long Htrlp of flannel and wrap
it tightly round tho stomach," sug
gests nnnthor medical num. ISxuctl)
how this Is golitK to provent souHlck
ness ho doesn't explain, hut It Is cor
tulnlj n novol Idea. Of course, thoro
am niimciiiiiH patent modlclucs, and
IIiobo undimhtodly glvo rollof In Indi
vidual cases; hut an absolutely Infal
lible euro that will ButlBfy everybody
has jet to ho found.
Aerated waters are very good and
rhnmpagno UBiially gives wonderful
rellof, Sufferers should nlso diet very
carefully hoforo taking a sea trip.
CANNOT USE GIANT
IN THE U. S. ARMY
LOUISVII.I.n, September 30. -
Dcnipscy 0. Wren, twcnt)-elghl je.ir.i
o'ngc', standing nix feet nlno Inches
without his shoos nnd weighing 2JU
pounds, a perfect specimen of man
hood, without a Haw or hlomish, was
turned down when he applied Un en
listment In tho United Stales At my
at tho local recruiting station, fill)
WcBt Orccii Btrcot, bocauso ho was
Captain O. H, Dockor), Jr., in com
mitnd of tho recruiting station, sent
three telegrams to tho War Doput
ment1 seeking 'lwrmlflBlon to ncctpl
tho applicant for somo branch of the
service, hut vwib finally forced to re
lect him.1 r
11 Tho young Kentucky gl.tnt was sad
ly dlsappnlntPd, as ho had lilwajs
had itn itttlhltlnn to bo a soldier uu
dcr tho Stars and Stupes. Ho sajs
lie will return to tho farm. It Is un
usual for so large n man to bo per
fect In all details, hut Wren passed
the phjHlcnl examination with ease
Had tho 'big man been enlisted spo
clal uniforms nnd1 beds would have
had to ho nmdo for him. Ilo would
havo cxperlencoil difficulty In kcoplng
stop with his comrades of ordinmy
slzo. He 'would havo been tinahlo to
put his fcot undor tho moss tnblcs.
Ho could not stand In n scnti) Imi
nt a post during sovcro weather. In
fact, In ocry way ho was too big for
P0l(Kimi.S VlflLKM' fil'AKK.
NUW ORLKANS, Octobor 2. a vlo
lent nnrthuuukc, probably snutlinest
of Now Orleans, is forocnHtod Jij w lint
me icgnrdod iih unnilstakahlu lildlta
tlnns roglstorrd by tho Hflltinngrnpli nt
I.o) ola University. The noodles havo
tecorded mlcroselBinogiams without
Intel riijitloiiB since noon last Satur
day, the umplltuUo Increasing to l?t
mllllmetors. The distance probably Is
many thousands of miles from hero,
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