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wnnilHliiinlimii1lwiiiii'iMiiiii mi nmwfit
HO ,7 TO HAVE
Build up t'uo Blood, Improve Your
Gcncttl Health and the Nerrei
Will Get the Benefit. .
II yon ntts a nervous wtfferrr nnd nro
trilling to liolp jmirwlt thcru Is uo ten-on
to liecoino discouraged.
Good, pure blood, Ircsli ulr, nourishing
Iochi nml n lair oliservnnce ol ilia
laws of health nro til that yon need to
restore tho strength mid health ol your
nerves. IJo up to thews conditions
and tho nenes, bmln, stomach,,
llcr will kwp In perfect
working order. Itisnotncwncno
tlssuo that la needed,' hut plenty of
nourishment. Anything that you can
do to build up your general health will
strengthen your iicncs. You mill find
Dr. Williams' Pink Mils for Palo
tho grcalet help. Frco from any
harmful or habit-forming drug, they
atari to work at onco cleansing and enriching
the blood, strengthening tho
stomach And carrying nourishment to
every ncrve.llssuc nnd tiny cell throughout
tile body. "Why notchooso health
now ly giTlng Dr. Williams' l'ink Fills
a thorough trial?
Mrs. Jack Clark, whoso addresses
Bor 38, K. F. D.No. 1, Mcdiclno Lodge,
"Through ftverwork I suffered from ft
breakdown for about a year,
was ctj nervous all of tho time and
liad no strength at all. I had severe
head, aches which nearly drovomo crazy.
Tliey often lasted for two or three days.
I was subject to dizzy spells and a blurring
sensation over my eyes. I was also
subject to hot flashes. Any little excitement
would bring on these nervous
and dizzy pc1!h. I could get but little
rest and was tired out allot tho time. I
had no ambition to work and was frequently
forced to stay in bed for a day
"I did notgctanybcncfituntilltricd
Dr. "lVillianisr Fink Fills for Fale
They helped mo so much that I
was soon able to sleep Tell and after a
thorough trial I was entirely cured.
Since then I hmo given tho pills to my
daughter, who was cry weak and in
poor health, and they cured her also.,
Wo (eel that wo cannot praise Dr. "Williams'
Pink Fills for Falo People too
Write for tho 'free booklet, "Diseases
of the Nervous SyBterfl."
Dr. "Williams' Fink Tills aro sold by
all druggists, or will bo sent by mail,
postpaid, on receipt of price, 50c. per
box; six boxes, $2.50, by tho Dr. Williams
Medicine- Co. , Schenectady, N. Y.
Plans Practically Complete for
the Maneuvers Beginning
Field headquarters will be established"
af 'Eeilebun, 'near Cnfltncr sta
tion, tomorrow by Brigadier General
Macomb, department commander and
chief umpire of the maneuvers to bo
held next week, with Archibald
Campbell, adjutant-general in
The station will bo tho "central"
for both tho lied and Blue armies,
and to it reports from
the commanding officers of tho invading
and defensive forces. In order to be
in touch with both armies, Colonel
Campbell will have two second lieutenants
equipped with motorcycles. Theso
ollkers have bcon designated as motorcycle
officers, and will endeavor to bo
the swift-winged Mercuries in thd first
maneuvers held on this Island under
conditions as nearly, simulating wnr as
"Central" station will also be
equipped with local and
telephones, to bo used exclusively for
official business, and it will also have
signal men, who will employ heliograph
and ncctylone Hashes, as well as tho
regulation wig-wag flags,
Jinny of tho uinpirci and observers
who urrived on tho transport Logun
from the Coast havo gone to Schoilcld
nnd to other places which will figure
in tho maneuvers, nnd may not return
to town before tho "hostilities" commence,
The final plans are being completed
nnd tho finishings touches put upon nil
the paper preparations nt hendqunrters,
which will then he practically transferred
to tho field.
.Fifth Cavalry May Go.
Colonel McGunneglc, commandant of
Schoficid Barracks, is reported to have
recommended that the Fifth Cavalry bo
permitted, to leave the Islands,, owing
to the suircity of water forN mounts.
Tho Fifth wns scheduled to leave in.
February, following the arrival of the
Fourth Caulry, but according to
Colonel McGunnegle's recommendation
tho reciment may lenvo sooner. Tho
recommendation is mudo to General
Macomb, department commander. The
water sltuntion has been "serious at
Schofield Barracks for some time, nnd
has not been improved in tho past few
weeks, Tho withdrawal of 600 horses
would greatly case tho water question.
Tho new water system being installed
by tho quartermnBtcT department, tapping
sources in tho ICoolau rango, it is
helioved, will solvo tho wnter question
nnd provide a plentiful supply for the
new post being erected at Castnor, some
distance from the present post.
Should tho Fifth Caalry movo out,
the First Infantry might move into the
vacated quarters, thereby saving the
government much tcntago expense, a
inntter of about $50,000. Canvas deteriorates
rapidly at Leilchua, nnd much
of that served out to the First Infantry
is already giving out.
Sprains rcquiro careful treatment.
Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's
Fain Balm freely. It will 'remove the
soreness nnd quickly restore tho parts
to a healthy condition. For sale by
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., agents for
' jgH . j? -"
HAWAIIAN (lAKKTIK. 11MHW m mm-li it mMt WliKKf.Y
I i Minim i i n,) i iiiiiiih i.m iikohiii Ii rmmmmmmmnm in m
DENYING THEM I I
Oldtimc Controversy Regarding
Shippers' Wharf Tax
TWO FACTIONS IN COMMITTEE
Members of Merchants! Association
Are Indignant and
Denial merchants' association
representatives on the shippers' wharf
eommlttco to a voto ss to tho dispesi
tion of the shippers' fund, aroused tho
retail merchants at a meeting of that
organization yesterday, nnd Btcps will
bo taken immediately to ascertain the
reason for refusing to permit tho .asso
ciation to nayo a voio.
Fred Ii. "Waldron, who with Prod
Macfarlunc two years ago, led in the
fight by the merchants' association to
forco tho shippers'1 wharf committee
to allow the merchants' association to
bo represented on the committee,
brought up the question of rcpresoutn
tion without voting privileges. Be
stated tho association should take sorao
definite stand as to their rights in the
matter and request tho wharf committee
to state why tho voto is not allowed.
President Gignoux of the association
"Wo should have some voico 'in the
expenditure of tho funds of that committee.
Wo should havo n voto,. and
this matter should not bo allowed to
Mr. Waldron wanted early action,
and it was finally decided that this
question, ns well as some matters affecting
the promotion committee, should
bo brought up'agaih at an adjourned
meeting of the association to bo hold
two -weeks from -yesterday.
"Wo feel that we have been made
a monkey of by tho shippers' wharf
committee," added Mr. Waldron.
That Municipal Eecord.
W. R. Farrington called attention to
tho first issue of the Municipal Becord
published under authority of the board
of supervisors, and discussed it from
tho standpoint of boing a useless expenditure'
of public funds. Ho said
that while Mnnoa and other districts
were crying for appropriations to mend
roads, tbo supervisors deliberately appropriated
about $2400 a year to publish
the Becord, which he said was at
first designed' tp bo a publication for
Treasurer Merlo Jphnson stated that
tbo association noW had a monthly income
of $350 -with fixed expenditures
of $20, leaving a monthly balance of
about $100, tho treasury having about
$2500 on hand.
President Gignoux called attention
to "tbo fact that tbo association had
not given nn annual dinner for several
years, and tho suggestion had Teachod
him to. broach the subject to tho members.
Thero was disinclination to have
tho dinner until after tho holidays, and
tho matter was left 'in abeyance.
Tho question of having no representative
m Washington smco tho -resignation
of Gcorgo McK. McClellnn, Delegate
Kuhio's formor secretary, was
brought up. Tt was decided to wait
until tho elections wcro ovor boforo
considering tho appointment of a new
Tho association passed resolutions of
regret nt Mr. McCleilan's resignation.
The resolutions will bo engrossed and
forwarded t6 Mr. iMcClcllan.
For Large Sum.
Tho promotion committee, by letter,
suggested that the merchants' association
consider the now working plan of
tbo committee to aid in providing $5000
a month for the work of attracting
tourists to the Islands. Tho communication
set forth the heavy traffic which
comes here as a result of tho work of
tbo committee. It was also, suggested
thut in vicwof past oxperlencp during
tbo Mid-Pacific Carnival week, that additional
accommodations bo provided to
house all who came.
T. M. Church stated thut at tho nilo
conference of nil the commercial organizations
of the Territory a resolution
wns paused strongly urging the legislature
to provide libor.il appropriations
for promotion work.
The action of tho Spokane chamber
of commerce in passing a resolution
favoring changing the nnmo of Puna-ma
Cannl to American Canal, was not
endorsed by Iho association.
moved thnt tfje name be changed
to American Canal, saying it was a patriotic
move that should bo endorsed
by all Americans. Thero was considerable
opposition, and the motion was lost
by a cl6so vote.
TO ANSWER ADVERTISER
Brou O. Clark, the candidate of tho
Socialists for Delegate to Congress, will
address a public meeting to bo held on
8unday evening in San Antonio hall,
tho issues of the campaign to bo his
text. Mr, Clark will roply to recent
references to himself In the editorial
columns of The Advertiser, especially to
his own stand on that plank of tho Socialist
platform dealing with an abolition
of the customs tariff.
8TIMUS. October Bl, to Mr. and Mrs,
Leon M. Straus, a son.
HODGJN8? October 10, 1021 Green
street, to Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Hog-,
gins, a son.
CJBEia. October 17. nt Kapiolani Maternity
-Home, td Mr. and Mrs, William
T, Greig, of Honolulu, a son.
FAVORITE IN YESTERDAY'S STRAW VOTE
S. ',mtT , ., tiUt rlfHBsHMwr vHl
Tavored by tho club men
WILL NOT VOTE STRAIGHT
Straw Vote. Yesterday Jrayored McCandless,
Renton, Dowsett, Coke, Cof. Parker,
Jarrett and Smithies.
'The club vote of Honolulu ip rip more of, tho one hundred and seven, ,only ten
inclined to run along tho ''straight Cbmmercinl Club, the Elks' Club, the
ticket" channel than is tho University Club and tho Pacific Club.
nnt ,ote," n poll of the four leading
Ciuus yesterday aitcrnoon showing that
For Delegate to Congress: ,
Clark, Bron O .'...'
For Ssnators, Oahu (vote for 3) :
Benton '. .';.,.
rorn' r "....'.
Hustnco . rt,,... '.i.i..
Parker, Col. Sam , .'..'. .....
Tor treasurer; ''
....... n '..fur lj . ,
for Buorui: . '
Parker, dipt. Robert . ?
, For Supervisors (vote for 7) :
Arnold . '
Paris . .
Petri e .
Total votes recorded
nino out -of every ten voters in town
is dotormined this election to do ome
thing besides simply O.K. tho convention
selections. The second straw voto
wns taken by Tho Advertiser in tho
"straight tickets" camo in. Nino of
the straight voters woro Bepublicans:
one was Democratic.
Tho club voters showed an Impartiality
in selecting thoir winners. Thor
gave McCandless a substantial majority
ovcrKi'kio; they picked two
and a Democrat for the senate;
inoy gavo uio xeguinr Kepubliqan can
innate tor the treasureshln anil the
ity; they fuored the Bepubllcnn con-
uiuuio iur mo ireusuresuip ana tne
as next mayor of Honolulu.
01111 hundred and seven ballots out of
'to hundred sent out being voted. Out
IS iy Jjin 3 43
3 1 17 51
0 : - 0 1 1
a '3 15 29
On 4 CI
3S 20 74
-1 3 8
13. 8 0 28
3)i, 18 13 77
10 0 9 20
8--- ', 2 G 18
9 "iv, J ,3 U 28
29 j. ."Tl5 V7 11 02
4 17 37
30S 7 ' 11 05
7 10 11 55
18,, 9 14 45
, , , 8 13
30 8 64
34 17 72
30"-'' 18 14 08
17"-1 1 10 40
g a 12 21
12J'4 " 4 4 22
' 5 8 40
34 .'8 00 72
C ' - ',1 4 "4 10
0 0 nm 0 17
a 3 3 1 13
41 15 7 14 77
38 11 G 80
o 0 0
12 3 23
40 21 12 28 lu7
Bemocrat for tho shrievalty. Tor sup
ervisors mey picKca lour JCepublicans
nnd two Democrats, giving one of the
Democrats the top vote, and leaving a
Democrat and a Bepubllcnn tied for
In tho Commercial Club, Elks' Club
nnd University Club, McCandless was
leticr, the Pacific Club favoring Kuhio
by a four t6 ono vote. The totals in
(his voto stood: McCandless, 51; Kuhio,
43; Clark, 5; tfotloy, 2.
Bonton led in tho senatorial voto with
Bowsett being n close
second and Coke a rather poor third.
Cohen wns next mnn, ahead ui uum
ivaieiopu 5a virtz,
Another Advance In tho Price of
Beef Is Scheduled for
PORTERHOUSE STEAK LUXURY
Housewives Will Take Lessons
in Economizing on Meat
Hey diddle, diddlot
Tho cat nud tho fiddlol
Tho cow jumped over the moon I
And along with her went tho steor
nnd tho calf nnd everything olso that
goes to make up bcof, nnd along with
the trio is going the price. Beet went
np on tho ninrkct bills two years ngo;
Ueef wont up one year ago; beer is
L'oinc 1111 a Rain in Hawaii.
Tho Bnwnil graziers, which moans
tho Parker Banch nnd ono or two oth
ers, havo just notified tho retail butch
ers thnt there, is to be an increase in
the cost of lieef on tho hoof. As n
consequence, the rctnil butchers will
soon bo notifying their customers thnt
tho price litis gono up of beef on the
l'rinio cuts of beef havo for a long
time been too high for tho average
unge earner to roach, so ho has contented
himself with n not roast and
stew beef, with nn occnslounl airtight,
secn days in thu weok. Tho contcm
plated increnso in price, which will
take placo to consumers on Novemhor
1, puts good cuts still further away
fiom the reach of who
receive nvorngo salaries. Tho quality
of tho meat is to bo no better.
Tho riso is mndo becnuso tho graziers
do not got enough out of their business
to mnko' it pay. Tho owner of
tho Parker Hancli made, it is repbrtod,
less than $20,000 a month last year.
Housewives who hnvo not yet learned
to cconomizo in meat courses mny ns
well begin now. As tho prico of inont
ndnuccs on tho mainland, it advances
ncro, and sometimes it ndvnnccs here
on its own accord, just to show that wo
do not alwajs piny tho copy cnt. Tho
day seems to bo coming whon tho man
who can alloru to oat a porternouso
stonk will be pointed out on tho strcot
ns a town nsset.
, ,,.,.. .
I ON THE SOAPBOX
McCandless Will Be There To
morrowAll Have ta Come
to It Before Long.
Charles Hustnco, independent cnndl
date for mayor, wns upon tho soapbox
yesterday handing out some warm ones
to Colonel Snm Parkor. Tho only ar
guments advanced by the supporters of
tho gcninl colonel, snidMr. Hustnco, is
that ho takes pot to Snn Francisco,
where tho hotel-Keepers use it for wnll
paper paste. This wns Mr. Shingle's
cdnvciition argn 111 nnt and it Iiiib not
boon ndded to. Hustnco 's speech was
Tho soapbox gatherings lit tho corner
of King nnd Bcthol nro becoming daily
warmer and personalities nro flung bnck
nnd forth indiscriminately, "Soapbox"
Bnryou has boen lnmbnsting Bov.
Desha, B. W. Brcckons nnd Judge
Ueorgo A. Dnvjs, whilo Barron has been
getting his from vnrious spenkcrs. Ono
orator, a Portuguese, wnrncd tho non
ulnco not to pay any nttcntion to Bar
ron, whom, ho sniil, "might bo a murderer,
for all you know of him."
Tomorrow tho sonnhox will be crnced
by one of tbo 'candidates for Dolognto
to Congress, Link McCandless having
nrrangeu 10 no on nancl to talk; to "tho
''They will all be on the soapbox before
tho campaign Is ovor," says Barron,
cheerfully. "Thoy may profess to
bo above It just now, but they will all
come to it. This old sonnhox is tho
placo to reach tho voters. You hnvo to
say something when you ect uo on It
nnd people know it. At tho regular
meetings in tho precincts; nono siy
anything and tho people will not attend.'
Big Pumps for Pearl Harbor.
Some very largo pieces of machinery
nro 'now boing delivered for the Pearl
Harbor Drydock Pumping Plant. Thero
nro four mnin pumps, each with 54-inch
diameter suctorn. Theso pumps aro
motor-driven nnd will be nblo to pump
tho drydock in sixty minutes or less.
TJiis machinery is supplied by tho
Pump nnd Condenser Co. of New
York who nrs represented in Hnwail
by Cotton. Neill & Co.
Colonel Parker's voto was n third
bigger than the combined votes for
rem nnd Hustnco for the mayoralty,
while Smithies' voto for tho treasurer-ship
was, ns might have bcon oxpectcd,
double that of McCarthy.
. Bxcopt nmong tho Elks, .Tarrott beat
Parker in overy poll, the totals beine:
Jnrrett, G5; Parltbr, 45.
rcino gor, n uig voto in each eluh and
led with tho Elks so well thnt it placed
him at tho head of tho club poll with
eighty out of ono hundred nnd sovon.
McClollan, tho other Bcmocrnt, was
given seventy-two, fivo fower than
Paris. Tho other four high votes woro
for Arnold. Bartlett and Cor. with
Enos nnd Hnrdesty tied for tho seventh
placo, each with forty-six,
T7V 1 rtt4H J .
Honolulu Benders Ato turning tdo
It's the Utile kidney lll
The lawn, wfnk or nrhtnit bark
Tho unnoticed urinary disorders
Thnt lend to dropsy nnd llilght's
When tho kldnnys nro lick,
Help them with Dunn's Bnckacso
A rnmedy especially for sick kidneys.
Uinn's hnvo been curing kidney
tro'ihlcs for "S yarn.
Undnrnod by GO.OOO people
Hero's ono cnsoi
Mrs. Su'nnnnh Wnheham, 233 N.
('ninpbell street, Chicago, III., isys:
"About n year nr;o 1 legnn to suffor
from kidney trnuhlo. I hnd sovtra
pnlns in my hack nnd limbs nnd felt
tired, nervous nnd languid. Tho
secretions nlso bothered mo. After
using vnrlous remodlcs without getting
relief. I wns told about toan'
Bnekneho Kldnoy Pills by n friend who
had used them with cood results. I
took this remedy ns directed and tho
contents of n fow boxei completely
Bonn's Backache Kidney rills are
sold by all druggists nnd storekeepers
nt (50 cents por box (six botes $2.C0)
or will ho mnlled on receipt of prlco by
tho Hollister Drug Co.. Hnnnlnlii, whole
sale ngnnt for tho Hawntinn Mlands.
Bomcmbcr tho nnmo, Doan 's, and
take no substitute
BUS NESS 1
SUFFER FRLIM IT
Proposed Auto Ordinance for
Fort Street Opposed by
Opposition to tho proposed nuto traffic
ordinnnco for Fort strcot, suggestod
by Snporvisor Murray, wns .strongly
voiced nt tho meeting of tho merchants'
association jestcrdny afternoon, and a
committco consisting of Morlo Johnson,
C. Du Boi and W. H. Melnerny, was
appointed by President Gignoux to confer
with, tho supervisors nnd to present
to them a resolution passed by the association
advocating a time limit of
thirty minutes iur automobiles stuudlng
at tho curb.
Tho propoHod nuto ordiuunco was intended
to provent automobiles from liaj
ing tho eufbs except long enough for ae-
cuimiiiB vu uiiiik ur usurH iu uiiiur tuiyn.
It was jiroposed by tho supervisors to
stop an am os irom being Jolt at tho
curbs nnd to have, thorn oil to the "stda
streets" to nwnlt ownors or users who
woro shopping or otherwise engaged on
Tho first objection to the proposed
"side strcot" Bystem cumo from
on tho so called side streets, who
strongly protested against having autoa
lined up in front of their plncoa of
business. They stated this wns nn abuss
already and tliey did not proposo to,
havo tho law so framed that thoy woold
havo no redress.
President Qignoux stated that Uia
proposed ordinnnco wns suggostod 'to
regulate traffic on Fort stroot, but tho
proposal had mot with general criticism
Merlo Johnson, of "Wichman S;
s.iid it would bo n great disadvantage
to tho merchants of Fort street to
hnvo the ordinnnco passed 11s proposo!,
as a great deal of business on Fort
street wns dono through tho medium of
nutos, but there bad been nn abuso of
tho privileges already and theso shoujj
bo corrected. Some owners of uuto's
who occupy offices in tho buslncis blocks
leave their midlines on Fort street from
oight in tho morning until Iho in the
afternoon and theso mnchincs interfered
with traffic. Be believed thnt If
limit of say, halt nn hour, wcro ruado,
it would hnvo tho dosircd effect. '
oral owner of mnchincs made a garago
out of Fort street.
Tho proposed ordinance would he
great disadvantiigo to tourist, saM Mr.
Johnson, nnd would bo a source of dissatisfaction
to tourists, merchants and
Itoscoo Porkins, who docs business on
Hotel street, which wns rofcrrod to as
a "sido strcot," said tho side atreot
merchants hnd sonio rights nnd Micso
woro that their places of business should
not be cluttered nil day long with machines
placed tlioro ns if tho site was
a garage. N
Mr. Drasch snld thnt nn ordlnanco
should bo pnsKcd In ordor to gho tho
power to regulate traffic. Ho did
not npprovo of tho proposed ordinance,
but somo sort pf ordinnnco should bo
pntoBil. Ho nlso objected to placing machines
In the so-called "sido streots."
John Effinger nlso objected to boing
classed as on n "shlo street." The upshot
of tho mater wns that a committbo
was appointed -with powor to confor
with the supervisors concerning tho regulation
of traffic, not only on Fort
street, but certnin portions of Hotel,
King, BiBhop nnd,Mcrchnut streets, Tho
committco wns nlso empowered to employ
legal asBlstanco if necessary. '
JAPANESE AT ANNAPOLIS.
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland, October 1.
Captain Tnkcchui, Japaneso naval
nt Washington, and Lieutenants
Ynbu and Kono of tho imperial Japa
neso navy nro todny inspecting tho
Naval Academy. The visitors were en
tertained nt luncheon nt ono o'clock by
Superintendent Gibbous nt his nunrters.
Tho Japanese officers were hown
through tho several departments by
Lieutenant Castlemau of tho American
Tho formal oponlnc of tho nendemv
took placo today, with nil except three
of tho 748 midshipmunt present.
Two of tho students, who spont their
lenvo In Porto BIco,'will not arrive uu
til tomorrow, becauso of the lateness of
tho stoamer on which thoy nro making
their return, nnd a third, -Midshipman
Sterling, second cIobs, wns granted nn
extension of leave. Hn ih In a Vow
York hospital recovering from nn
performed to relieve nu affection
of tjio nose.