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MILO M. POTTER, Mgr.
Operated on the American Plan only. Each room has outside exposure. Ralei
asked are lots (SerVlce, CUlsTha and Surroundings considered) than can be
found in any any hotel In America. Baggage may be checked direct to
Hotel Potter from rfnywliere In the United States or Canada. Wire ahead for
reservations, at our expense. For rates, pamphlets and full parttcutara con
cernlng Hotel Poller, address! OTTO GERTZ, P. O. Box , Honolulu.
ntlf cernlna Hotel Poller, nddressi OTTO GERTZ, P. O. Box .Honolulu. unipmc icni.icie lit ... iirnnuvvnyr
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Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.00 day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Kvery comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets alt trains and
steamers. Hotel Stew art recognized
ns Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trnvv et9"ABC code.
J.H. Love, Honolulu representative.
A Hotel that Is noted for
the elegance of its Cuisine
Emma St., above Vineyard
This is the best week in the month at
The moon reflects the elegance and
completeness of the details in hotel
Room and Board
FINE BATH J,tN,0.
W. C. Bcrgln, Prop.
May's Old Kona Coffee
Beat In the Market
HENRY MAY A CO.
The Best Milk You Can Us.
AT ALL DEALER3
WAS AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS
At thn rwent iMIIfornll Rfntei I'ulr
hold nt Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CASH PRIZE
Mules for Sale
LARGE CALIFORNIA MULES
Ihe BICYCLE DEALEB, and EI
PAIRER, bai moved to
180 KINO USUI
New location Red front, near
Young Building, Telephone 2518.
CIQAR NOW la
A OIJNBT CO JUtnte
Th. Highest Class of Work No
777 KINQ STREET - PHONE 1491
J. Abailie, Flop,
3185 'i1llrl.il rooms 2250
business ofllcc 'I hrse ore the. lelc
ulioup iiuiiiIhtn of tfits ilulletlu.
SANTA BARBARA, Cl.
von Hamm - Young
Pioneers and Leaden in
the Automobile Bniinen
Agents tor such well-known can
I ts 1'ackurd. Pope-Hartford, Stevens-
Duryen, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
, (lutck, Overland, Ilaker Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
For th. BEST RENT CARS In th.
city, ring up
OLDSMOBILE, No. 403 RENAULT,
No. 404) I.ANOAULET, No. 580
C. H. BEHN
ALL WH ASK IS A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phon. 1823 Kapiolanl Building
Us. a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and eav Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
"TODAY'8 NEW8 TODAY"
Stearns & Foster Co.
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opps.lt. Young Hot.l
P. O. Box 840 Phone 1011
all puitn rnuiT flavohs
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
1024 Fort Street Phon 2364
NEW DRUG STORE
Well Stocked with New Drug, and
BODA WATKfl FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUO CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of B.th.l
STANDARD OIL BURNS LATE AS
CHIEFS PLAN DISSOLUTION
NHW YORK. Oct. IX Tho tcle-
v;r-.iililc tentacles of "2fi" llrnmhvny
for tlmig over tlio country ate re
sponsible for Ihe piesence In Now
Yolk of mote oil nnii tlinn ever as
sembled before. In till the first-das')
hotels ofllclnls of the trust s nine
teen subsidiaries lire as thick 111 nidi
liiK slock iiioniotors; the elovntnrs nc
"2G" transport men loin; In the Hock
caller sen Ire, and Inrelirn nnil do
mestic agents summoned to nttond
tin mint Inipoitnnt ludiistilnll pow
wow ever lielit In this city.
Tho Htnntlnnl'x legal fnrco Is lins
with two Rreat iimliltnis first, thn
dissolution of tho trust; second, tho
Impending decision of the Inteistnto
Coinmrtce Commission us to tho le
gal status of tlio pipe line tmst con
trolled by the Standard If Hint de
cision shnll, ns expected, he that pipe
lines are tomnion carriers the Stand
hrd will he ronipolleil to open Its
lines to tho Independent oil dciler
In Oklahoma, Ohio, Indiana, llllnoh,
Tcxus, West Virginia ami other
Stntes where it now prevents compc
tltlon. The Dissolution Problem.
It Is with the first pioldem clilcflv,
that tho masters ami hired men of
the Stnnd.iid nto now stnmRllnK. No
Information can he obtained from the
executive olfltlnls nf tho company
Illumination of the plan which must
ho adopted hy November IS. Hut
some men of lesser degree who nto
In dally conference with the heads
of tho departments hne n fairly defi
nite Idea of tho nature of three meth
ods nf cotnpljlng with the law now
All of these plans nrc ready In ho
submitted to the directors of tho
Standard for n decision ns to the
one to be adopted and dUcloscd to
tho public. While many details of
each huvo not been filially adjusted.
he general outlluo of ouch Is known
1. Tlio complete sepirntlnu of the
nineteen subsidiary companies, ac
tual division of piopertles controlled
hy each and a bona tide reorganiza
tion or oath company, with olllclals
who shall luvu no connection, finan
cial or otheiwlse, with tho Standard
2. The pep nation of the clatsificd
industries now controlled by tho
Htandaid, so that each shnll he Inde
pendent of tho other; us. for In
stance, the corporations now con
trolllni; tho puich.isluK, the manu
facturing', the pipe lines ami tunic
3. The surrender and distribution
of nil stocks In suhslillaiy ciupiira-
lions now owned by tlio Standard
'rust, whereby the Standard Itself
shnll be retlovod Of any nctual con
duct of the business.
Fourth Plan Was Vetoed.
There was n fourth plan which It Is
sild wns rejected as soon as pro
posed, this wns lo dlsiHise of the
control of tho majority slock Interest
In each of the siihsldlsry eompiiiles
to roielgn holders. Ihe mission ot
Vllllam Itockefeller to ijindou,
where ho arrived cm Wednesday,
wns believed to han Mime relation to
SCENES AT THE
WASHINGTON, D. C. Rear-Ad-
mhul W H Schley was biirh d at Ar-
lliiKton with full nnviil nnd mllltnry
Illinois lively branch of the govern-
mini nonoieii Hie litre oc Maiuuign run
stitcts were tilled with bareheaded peo
ple nnd the longest and most Imposing
funeral since that ot 1'rosldcnt .lc Kill
ii lira 7 Ml
b.DHFHhmiV Vi; xi lav 1 L' . 'i i JTBB, A
this plan: hut The World Is Informed
on ntilhoi'ltv ttml seems reliable Hint
Mr. Hockcfeller's Mission piob.ibly Is
lo obtain the co-opernllon of Ihe for
elgn slockholdeis of the Standard in
earning out tine of the other plans,
The plan lo Rio rontiol of thu
Standard properties to forolKiieis
was, It Is billovod, vetoed pel em tit
orllv hy John I). Itockefeller, who
has not appealed nt "26" since his
tctiirn fioin Cleveland, although soiuo
of the olllclnls of the important sub
sldlarv companies weio Informed on
Tuesday that ho wns expected there
some time In the week Ho Is ex
pected to attend tho flnnl confer
nccs, nt which 0110 of the I luce
plans Is to be chosen There Is Rood
reason to believe that Mr. Rocke
feller Is advised several times a da
of the prottrcus made by his aids at
"Sfi." Ho remains In his homo In
the l'ocnutlco Hilts, Into which n pri
vate wlte runs, and ever night some
nf tlio high olllclals and lawvers Join
ncy there to discuss with him tho
work ot the olllclnls downtown.
These ofllclnls confer with the nrmy
of PtuudiriJ men, who hnvo come to
NewjYork In respnnsu to telegraphic
Instructions to icport upon the nc
tual condition of the corporations
under tlicjr control, Tho officials
who mo participating !u these dally
conferences nre I'eicy Itockefeller,
John I). Archliold, .lames A. Moffntt,
E. T. nnd A. C. Iledeford, Waller
Jennings nnd O T. WnrliiB, each of
whom linn directed his attention to
the executive departments of the
Among tho lnvvvcrs "ptitllni; the
legal nt Id" on tlio dally moves to
ward the ndoptlon of tho final plan
1110 John 0. Mllhum, J. S. Mlllei,
'icnernl Counsel Hlllot nnd half J
dozen others of tho first Kinde.
Over 300 OH Men Here.
. AinonK tho oil moii summoned to
help ductile leorgonlzatlon mid the
niuulior,. Ih estimated nt more than
R011 are tho most successful iins-
I'.'";0),,!1)1''- "ni.uket men" In tho
rountry, Joseph Seep of Titusville,
I'.i, who Inys nil Ihe oil for the
Standard' alid whoso unmo nppenr3
upon nil the checks drawn upon tho
('It j National Hank III pavment, Is
one of them. Ho litis established
himself' nf "in." C. N. Pnvne. who
directs die ens business of tho Stand
urd In Texas, Is another busy nun lit
'21!" every d-iy. So nre J U. O'Noll,
an olllclnl of tho Standards oil and
1MB luteiests In West Virginia; C. K,
Clark, Oenernl Manager of the Stand
ard Oil Company of Louisiana: J, II
llainell, (luiiernl Manager of tho big
gest sliiKle flMi In tho Stand ud net
he piopertlen In Ohio, Indiana nnd
Illinois; uml J, W. Young of tlio
Ilmnsdall Company In Oklahoma.
These men, with their siihiudlnnles
who uro assisting In the preparation
of details, aio seen nlfihtly nt the
Waldorf, the Plaza, tho SI. Ileitis
mil Ills? Asor "wnltliiK to ho sent
fuc to como to W" Tho head olll
clals diop In to sen them fieiiuently
nt night and main conferences nrc
hold In the rooms of the visitors.
ley escorted the gun carriage hearing
his body to the national cemetery. Tint
ltnsc Croix sei vices of tho Scottish Itltu
of rreemusonry wero peiformid ntthei
it Mucin c. tiioiihiiuus sioou nareiieaii
ed ns thu body was lowered Into 1
grave the situ of vvhlth Admiral Sch
ley hud se.lc.cted hum nil mouths ugu.
GETTING READY "
During tho month of May noxt ear
the Jubilee of the establishment of the
Anglican church In Hawaii will ho
celebrated. It will also he the tenth
anniversary of tlio establishing of tho
American episcopal church hole. I
Tho present bishop, lllshop ltestar
Ick, mid two bishops who have for
merly been In charge hero will be In
attendance. The two bishops that nro
to come nro lllshop Nichols of Call
lomla, nnd lllshop Willis who Is nt
present located In Tonga In the South
Sens. . I
lllshop Itestnrlck has n lot of work
indcr wny Hint he hopes will bo com-'
idotflil linfnrn tlio mntifh nf rnlolirn
Tho bishop has received largo sums'
of money recently for the development
of tho diocese uml one portion will he
used to building a new St. Mnry's
mission at, Mollllll. This will ho a
nrge, commodious home and n credit
to that part of the city.
At St. Elizabeth's in I'alnnn tho
jlshop Is having built a number ot
cottages which aro to bo occupied by
Chlnesa families associated with the
mission work. Thoso cottages will Iiq
modern, with modern sanitary fit
tings anil will he rented nt -about the
same price tlie families now pjy for
much poorer and less sanitary accom
modations. STAMP COLLECTORS
MEET AND SWAP
Tho meeting of tho Philatelic So
ciety, nt tho homo of Dr. Monsnrrnt
last evening was considered hy thoso
present to ho tio best that has been
held since tho organization of the
Following the business part of tho
meeting there vvus nu auction of
stamps held, nnd there was a lot of
fun created hv tho sale of stamps In
Healed envelops. Among thoso who
John T. Orlhblc, vlcn president, who
presided; Dr. W. T. Monsnrrnt, tho
host; W. C. Parke, C. I). Wright. A.
C. O. Llnnemann, J, M. Hlckncll, V.
W. Wood, Jose Caetano, C. J. Cooper,
A. V. Cooke, C. 'IVHoddn, C. F.
Maxwell, C. Kiisten, n. P. Iteardmoro,
II, (Hade, Charles llustaee, Jr., Hriico
CurtvvrlEht, Jr., and, A. L,. MacKaje.
Husband Stiickcn With Paral
ysis While at Her Funeral.
CINCINNATI, O. Oct. 1C With
lift's tide 1 tilling slowly nvviiy nnd with
his snowy vvlilttt head' resting wearily
on the pillow of Ids cot III thu City
Ilohpitnl, William lluesnian, TO jeira
old, rclntid what hi litllevcs to be the
.ausu of his affliction.
For many cars prior to tho death
of bis wife, Minnie linesman, they
were sepmated About the middle of
Siptemhcr his wlfu wns taken III, nnd
she was removed to the City Hospital
As death drew near distend of wishing
for n reconciliation with her husband,
she declared that when she died M10
hoped he might become pnrulycd If he
attempted to go to the lemetery to at
tend her funcrnl On September 21 she
died, nnd almost with her last breath
she reiterated thu wish she had ex
pressed before. The husband wns no
tilled of her death, nnd he nt once pre
pared to give her n proper burial He
provided the colfln and fnrnNlied the
enmrianrn. On the way to the cem
etery linesman suddenly collapsed on
the street. He was taken to the hospi
tal, where thi receiving physician said
hn had been stricken with pnralvsl
linesman Is not expected to live.
Medical writers declare It Incurable
after tho sixth mo-th whether nlbu
metinus or not.
The average man prefers to think of
It as "kidney trouble" and lets It go,
but life, census shows this appalling
fact out of 03,000 deaths from kidney
troubles the Inst census year, over
nliio-tenths of them (58,000) took the
form culled "Ilrlght's Disease," although
It Is quite probable. Unit nlno-tenths of
these up to the Inst moment thought
of It as nnd called It "kidney trouble,"
when ns a matter nt fact tho only pos
sible hopo laid through u speclllu for
There never wns one until Fulton
worked out his lit mil emollient (Ful
ton's Iteiml Compound).
Slnco then Inllnminntlnti ot the kid
neys, whether alhuiuenous or not, or
whether called "kidney trouble" or
"Ilrlght's Disease," or whether six
months or six yenrs old, commonly
If you have had kidney trouble over
six months, 110 matter whut vnu call It,
It If the only hope. Ktllcleney 87X
where patients do not wait until bed
ridden, nlthnugh some of them recover,
For sain by nil druggists.
Wo desire to henr from nnd ndvlsn
with path nts not noting thn usual Im
provement hy tho third bottle. Liter
ature mailed free. Write John J. Ful
ton Co., 010 Hatli ry St, San Francisco,
Tho ancillary administrator In (lie
estaln of the Into M S. (Irlnlnnm has
objected to tho vnlue of tho iitnrk
held In tho Knelckii Sugar Co, Ltd,
being placed nt $11 a sharo nnd It bai
been now assessed ut 12,
IMPORTERS MANUFACTURERS AND RETAILERS OF
LADIuS', CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' WEAR
NO MATTER WHETHER YOU ARE AT HOME OR IN SAN FRAN
CISCO, DO YOUR SHOPPINQ AT MACNIN'S.
You can always find at our Establishment Children's Wear
suitable for the "Island climate," sucli as Whit. Dresses, Colored
Dresses, Boys' 8ults, Rompers, etc.
We herewith give you a few special features!
Pink or blue check Gingham Rompers, Dutch neck, short sleeves,
2 to 6 years .SO
Pink or blue strip. Seersucker Rompers, Dutch neck, short sleeves,
2 to 6 years 85
Striped Percale Boy.' Suits, 2 to 6 years 1.25
Nainsook Dress, Mother Hubbard style, hemstitched trimmed, 6
months to 1 year , 1 50
Nainsook Dress, waist style, embroidery trimmed, 2 to 4 year..... 1.25
Same, 5 to 6 years , , ." 1.50
GRANT AVE, AND GEARY ST.
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
AUTO BUS AND UNIFORMED REPRESENTATIVES MEET ALL
rj'liriil fit !! !!! !!!!firiW-
Cheerful Surroundings and Good Service
EUROPEAN PLAN, FROM $2.00 UP
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAMES WOODS
rnmtArs you Ann not awaiu: tiiattiw t
in this maukkt is Fuj.r.n with Tim finf-st VAnin
tius of fiinnsi: fuom mutoi'i: and amuuica and that
Till: AUSTRALIAN lUITTF.lt IS THU 11UST IN Till! WOULO.
Heilbron & .Louis
. "A Car for th. Discriminating Few" k - ' '
Complete American Line for the
Season of 1912
AMERICAN TRAVELER Typ. 56 4500
AMERICAN TRAVELER Typ. 54 .'1 4250
AMERICAN TOURIST Type 34 2250
AMERICAN SCOUT Typ. 22 1250
AMERICAN MOTORS CO.,
Cor. Alak.a and Hotel St.. Phon. 3009
GEO. B. BECKLtY, Sole Distributor
4 M J
Blue Lp.be Brand
Ask Your Grocer for It
SAN FRANCI8CO, CAL.