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Democratic Leaders Said
To Be Favoring Free Sugar
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, Novombcr 17. (Specinl to Tlio Advertiser) Iif
connection with the preliminary conference between William Jennings
Brynn and Democratic lenders now in the Capital, it lias developed
that sentiment was greatly in fnvor of radical reductions of the tariff
on foreign import products affecting the cosst of living.
Colonel Brynn and others aro said to fnvor free sugar and tlio
removal of all restrictions on imports from tlio Philippines contained
in the act.
SAN FEANOISCO, November 17.
(Bjf Associated Press Cable)
Special dispatches from the seat of
war assert that tho Bulgarian
array la concentrating Its attack
on tho Tchatalja lines and that tho
Turks aro making a desperate
sistance. A great battlo Is progress-
Ing, as well as negotiations for
Tho cholera epidemic Is deadly,
and it is assorted that an avorago
of 'ono thousand cases aro now
enrring dally in Constantinople.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
LONDON, November 17. (Special to
The Advertiser) Austria and Roumanin
nro preparing to invade Servia and Bulgaria.
Under tho agreement with
the intentions of Austria are said
to have been known to the other European
Powers for the last forty-eight
It is understood that both the Triple
Alliance and the Triple Entento havo
agreed to keep their hands out' of the
quarrel.' That this will be 'the best
courso to avoid n general war and also
because of the combined action 01 Austria
and Roumama is held to bo justified
by the harsh terms propounded to
tho Porto by tho Balkan Allies.
Austria has mobilized three army
corps within a day's march of Belgrade.
Roumama has 05,000 troops ready to
sweep down on the unprotected cities of
Bulgaria, whose troops aro occupied
with tho siege of Adrianople and the
assault on Tchatalja.
Accordingly, the London Times announces
that a general assault on the
Tchntalja forts commenced this morning
with a heavy concentrated military
nttuck. Tho previous reports of a fierce
battlo have been officially contrndictcd.
That the Porto asked for an armistice
simply for the purpose of gaining timo
is now generally accepted as true. 1110
object of the Turks was to bring up the
Asia Minor reserves, who are badly
needed, as also arc rations and ammunition,
and to perfect plans for the armed
intervention of Austria and
The Bulgarians anticipated duplicit,
and while offering to sign nn armistice,
continued their military movement.
An unverified report from Vienna
states that Austria is to be given an
important port bn, the Adriatic nnd a
strin of Territory connecting with a
port on tho Aecean,
to bo extended nt the expense 01
The feeling ia London tonight
is thnt the serious stage of the Balkan
war has just begun.
) (By Federal Wireless Telegraph)
BERLIN, Germany, November
17. (Special to The Advertiser)
Tho meat market has gone to the
dogs, literally describes the later
attempt of Germany to relievo the
meat famine. In this city dog
thieves are very nctive in bagging
game, and butchers openly pay a
fat prico for captured dogs.
Numerous young men have
ed dog-snatching ns an easy way of
making pocket money. Society
women no longer eo to the pound
in search of their missing pots, hut j
thoy sond nround to tho butcher 1
(By Federal Wireless Tdeftapb.)
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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TURSDAV, NOVEMMKR 19. I -WEEKLY.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, November 17.
(Special to Tlio Advertiser) Com
mander W. II. G. Billiard has been
named superintendent to assist in the
new wireless station in Arlington, Vir-
ginin. The retirement of Colonel
Charles A. liootu, wlio hns been given
leave of absence until January 31, when
lie goes on tlie retirement list, creates.
a vacancy in Chicago headquarters.
lapt. xj. v. iietcncr, u. li. .N., wlio
has been detailed from tho naval war
college, will tnuc command of. tho Montana.
Orders were issued today for tho following
officers to report to tho aviation
school in San Diego on Dccomber V
First Lieut. Samuel II. vMcCIeary,
Coast Artillery, and Lewis I?. Goodyear,
Jr., Coast Artillery.
(By Federal Wireless Telerraph.)
WASHINGTON, November 17.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) All signs
point to an early answer to tho question,
"How much ico does Bryan cut
in the Wilson administration!"
Presumably President-elect Wilson
will invite Colonel William Jennings
Bryan to become, a member of his cn
bibet, and there is much speculation as
to Colonel Bryan's reply to this overture.
Ho haB been in Washington a
week nnd no ono has been nblo to get
the slightest inkling' as to his attitude
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
NOME, Alaska, November 17.
(Special to The Advertiser) Another
rich strike of placer gold has been
mado in tho Bay Stato group opposito
claims four and fivo, below Anvil
Creek, adjoining the ground on which
"pay" was struck a fow days ago.
Tho pay rune through eighty acres
and it is believed that the long-looked-for
continuance of tho third beach lino
has been found.
(Bv Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
HAMMONDSPOBT, New York, November
17. (Specinl to Tho Advertiser)
Glenn II. Curtiss'
craft, which flies like a bird, skims
the water like a fish, and rolls along on
land like a ninety-horsepower racing
car, wns successfully tried out today.
The new machine has its wheels forward
of the center of gravity and is
equipped with n tail skid. The Germnh
nnvy had ordered a boat in advance of
today's trial. The boat tried out today
will be purchased by tho United
Roumanin is also' estates iavy.
(Bv Federal Wireless Telegraph,)
WEST UNION, Ohio, November
17. (Specini to The Advertiser)
Miss Mary Baylees, formerly of West
Union, has been chosen to fill tho
social position of privato secretary to
Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, wife of tho
President-elect of tho United States.
Miss Baylcss; who has been a clerk
of the Ohio Legislature nnd has
served as secretary to prominout persons
in tho East, will begin hor duties
in the AVhite House next March.
, (By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
NEW YORK, Novcinbor 17. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) George E.
Goethals, eon of Uncle Sam's chiof en
gineer on the Isthmus, today sailed for
rnnnina 011 tho United .Fruit steamer
Lieutenant Goethals is specially do-
shops in hopes that the missing tailed on the fortifications work, but
canine nrc still nlive. Dog meat the war department lias put a seal on
is selling at ten cents per pound. (he lips of all the engineers engaged
on that work
(By Federal Wireless .Telegrfih.)
SAN JOSE, California, November
17. (Special to JXhq Advertiser)
(Special to The AdvcrtisarO "Jack". "or twenty years Bf faithful aervJco
Johnson, ns Hiram W. Johnson, Jr., son ns tho only woman keeper of a Bea
of tho governor of California is coast light, Mrs. E. A. Fisher of
larly known, took easy honors in a fustic I ''ut of Pines, neaT Pacific Grove, hns
encounter yesterday with a husky received the United States efficiency
youngster from Monterey in tho wino medal and a letter of conimondation
jooiii of tho St. Francis Hotel, j from tho chief of tho lighthouse ser-
Only ono blow wbb delivered, straight vice,
from the shoulder, ami Jninck Reed was Tho decoration is In tho form of n
stntihnl on tlio floor, nfter whuh he o!M gold star, surrounded by n ctrclo
was ejected from the hotel. I of Ted enamel bearing letters "U. S.
According to onlookers, Heed walked ,L, H. 8." and " Efficiency.1
into the hotel bar a little the woreo for j -
wear Johnson's check-1 (By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
cd suit and n red roso in the Inpel of NEW YOItK, November J 7. (Special
his coat enught tho wrong eye. His 'to The Advertiser) Woodrow Wilson,
Inn linn .m miel blm It) n few
i.iii'ii.. - irted toon
nltc hieakfnit that tlie I'rmitlMt hail
lust loll liit Into tor It College of the
i ol Nrw York.
'I .111: vcrj sorry to hove mUsotl kfe
mg tln I'rwlilont," Oucrnor Wlhoii
marine sergeSit bKings
suit for alleged libel
11 r. iti.nl n'lriV.n T'lrirafh.)
to Tlio Advertiser) Charging
that ho wan defamed bv an announce-
ment mnilo in the United States
rino Journal in Olongnpo, Philippine
Islands, Thomas J, C. Curtis, a gunnery
scrgennt in tho mnrinc corps, has sued
Marquis O'llricn for $5000 for nllcgod
O'Brien sued his wife for divorce- In
September, 1010, naming Curtiss ns
The suit was dismissed,
Curtis says. Ho wns in Manila nt the
timo ho was said to have been guilty of
THE RIGHT Way TO
In Sermon by Rev. Mr. Smith,
He Indicates How a Wife
SMILE AND LOOK PRETTY
Don't Hit Him With 'a Club,
Even If He Deserves It;
Be Cheerful. -
(Prom Monday Advertiser)
Rev. Robert E. Smith, whoso recent
sermons on "Courtship" and "Marriage."
have excited moro than tho
usual interest in the largo congregations
which gather every Sunday evening,
in tho First Methodist Church,
took ns his subject Inst night, "How
a Wife Should Treat a Husband." Ho
"I prcsumo some of you good .women
will not like sonio of tho things I expect
to say in the next thirty minutes.
You probably liked all I said last Sun
day evening when I was making it:;
somewhat uncomfortable, for tho men.
Tho men rccoived their message kindiy.
I trust you wives will givo this
a kind reception. But I hereby
servo notico that I am going to bo very
plain in dealing with you. 1 liavo
tried to bo exceddiugly plain, but sympathetic
in all theso messages. You
will not agreo with mo in all my con
clusions, but I will havo the satisfac.
tion nt least that I havo expressed my
""I hope every wifo hero, receives
such generous treatment from her
that in her heart of
believes she has tho very best man in
the world. But permit mo to roverso
this declaration nnd Bay' that I hope
every husband hero receives such generous
treatment from his wifo that in
his heart of hearts be bclioves ho has
tho very best woman in tho world. 1
hope that both husbands and wives
hero have no jars in their homes, unless
it be merely pickle or jam jars.
I sincerely trust you have no fighting
in your homes, -unless it is lighting together
every influence which would undermine
the home. I induigo tho hope
that you novcr make faces at cacli
other, unless your faces involve two
things smiles and goo-goo eyes. It
is perfectly harmless, yet positively delightful,
to make such faces. Try it
moro often in your homes and see for
"If every married woman adopted
tho simple suggestions which I will
ninko in tins sermon there womd bo
moro happier and contented homes
than there are now.
"My first suggestion is, do not expect
perfection 011 the part of your
husband. Before marriage you probably
thought ho was well nigh perfect.
Ho always smiled, ho always did (ho
nice things, ho wns always good
ho ulways spoke kindly. But
since marriage you have found that ho
leally knows how to frown, that
tunes he is not ns nice as you think
he ought to be, that his good naturo
seems to fail at critical momenta, thnt
his voieo may be harsh ns well as
sweet. Such a revelation is not very
pleasant. You find, in other words,
thnt you havo married tin imperfect
mail and not an ideal hero or a perfect
angel. But such a discovery
should not greatly disturb the wiife.
There aro many women who go through
life demnnding perfection on tlio part
of their husbands instead of studying
their imporfections and trying to adapt
themselves wisely to them.
"That husband of yours is human,
very' human. Ho has his failings, imperfections,
shortcomings nnd weakness.
There is tin old adage which
says, 'You havo to livo with pcojilo
in order to know them,' Married life
reveals the imperfections of both tho
husband mid wife. I congrntulatu
you that you aro living with a human
rather thuu nn angel or a perfect
saint. I take it that life in this present
world und in this environment is
far more interesting because wo all
are humans. Don't expect that" husband
of ours to reach perfection 111
tho lifo that now is. If you do you
will be disappointed throughout your
"What I have already said naturally
suggests tho next thought
press it tersely us follows,
n puntuhntrui known it the 'water
ore ' Th vlrttn 1 swttrrly Wunit
mid water, ilni Iv drop, falls upon n
1 11 r ih t nt lira body. It ii said
to bo n terrible pmilslimrnt and tttn
Moi tlrtim Is ottent im driven crnr.y
by this drop by-drop prorww.
Till 1 a lit ting type of tlio pro-i'
through width wmiy unwise wives
have put their lnmlnni!. The nagging
prprrwt hits ilriven ninny n mini to the
nlooii, tho gambling den, tho brothel,
the l.nrlnt, nnywhero to gut away from
her nngging. Such n woman wns nptly
Jcseribul bv Solomon thousands of
years ago when ho wrote, 'The contentions
of n wifo aro a contiminl dropping.'
Danger of Gossip.
"In continuing this sitmo thought 1
would add. don't tell others about vour
luuibnnd's failings. Most men nro son-J
sittvo on this point. They know they
have their failings. Many men nro engaged
in a noble battlo to ovorComo
their failings. Hut if a husband finds
thut his wifo hns advertised his failings,
it angers him and I do not wonder
at it. Theso things are too sacred to
bo published, too delicate to bo told to
dear friends nnd neighbors, too pnthctic
to bo peddled as gossip. A manly man
resents such action, on his wifo 's part
and I do not biarno him. Tlio outside
world will discover enough weaknesses
in your husband 'without your reveal-tug
"1 make only one exception to whnt
1 hnvo just been saying. Thero nro
cases where a wifo can no longer en
dure neglect, tha abuso and brutality
of a heartless and faithless husband.
Then, in leuviiic her busbnnd sho must
justify her action by briefly stating tho
cause, lint, until Hint sad day nrrives,
she should show herself a heroine- and
let tho secrets of tlio homo be regarded
as a sacred trust.
"Again, I urge you to eneourago that
husband of youta in his despondent
'moods. Ho needs encouragement, sym
pathy and lovo every day of his life.
Ha is tho" breadwinner of the home. Ho
goes forth in tlio early morning to Ills
toil ani knows' no rest until ho reaches
the sweet haven of homo at tho close
of day. And it innkes no difTorcneo
whether ho bo, in professional, commercial,
nrfjstic or mcclianicnl life. lie
has temptations to resist, difficulties to
overcome, trials to conquer, problems to
solve, ndversitics to face. If ho comes
home sometimes in nn irritable mood
I cannot blauio him.
Somo Ways of Wives.
"Tlio only wonder sumetiincs is thnt
he has any nerves or patienco left. It
is just at this point that tho truo wifo
hits the mdst goldgn opportunities of
li'cr married lite. When sho discovers
lhat her husband is depressed sho will
not say, 'Why didn't you leave your
cares nnd troubles in tho office, tho
store or the shop? You should not
come homo a mood as this. If
I were, a man 1 would bo ashamed to
betray such weakness.'
' ' This is tho way tlio un wiso wife pro-
cCods. But tlie true, loving, wiso wifo
will proceed in a vastly dirforent man
lier. Shu will throw her arms about
him, look tenderly into his oyes and
say, 'John, 1 want you to cheer up
for my sake, for tho Bliko of our darling
children, whom Goil has given to
Us, nnd for your own sake. I know
jBu have many vexations, cures und
trials. 1 have admired your horoism
in meeting these hard things. 1 love
you dearly nnd sympathize, with you
deeply, I will stand by you and I
am sure all will conio right. Now,
John, 1 hate great faith in you and
boliovo you will win out. God bless
you nnd give you strength for your
"Now, -let 1110 ask, what truo man
could resist Mich treatment as thist If
ho docs not tell her, ho will say to himself
'Thank God for such a truo,
noble, heroic wife. I surely mado 110
mibtake when 1 married hor. She is
a jewel.' And John will go to his task
the next morning with a now light in
his, eyes and n new hopo in his heart.
"Tom Mooro was wont to declaro
that having experienced tho emptiness
of applause ami popularity, he round 111
his home something butter than the
world could give or take away.
Economy vs. Stinginess.
"Again I urgo tho wifo to bo as
economical as possible in running tha
home, l'lcaso noto that 1 havo not
Bttid, 'Bo stingy as possible.' Thero is
11 vust diffcrenco between theso two
conceptions. Some married couples nro
so stingy in running tho homo that
they don't got any real enjoyment out
of life. On tho other hand, many a
ipan has been driven to despair, desperation
and demoralization by reason of
tho senseless oxtruvuganco of his wifo.
it 'is nothing less than criminal for a
wife to plunge her busbnnd in dobt by
her carelessness and indifference, in tho
management of tho homo. Tho wifo
should plan carefully to livo within
the limitB of her husband's salary. Sho
should show her husband that sho is
profoundly interested in ovcry pbnso
of his temporal life.
"I feel that I must utter a serious
word of warning before leaving this
point. It sometimes happens that 11
newly-married couple reasons somewhat
as follows, 'Wo will bo very careful in
our personal and homo expenses. Wo
will save every dollar wo can, until
we can get our home paid for nnd get
ahead somowlmt; wo will refrain from
supporting the church and other good
causes. When wo have our house all
paid for and find we aro living on Easy
street then wo will support tlio unurcii
und other irood causes.'
"No, won't: Don't deceive
yourselves. You will be so small and
mean and stingy by that timo that you
will slnit out all claims of God and
humanity. By adopting such a Shy-
lock method in their married lifo, they
unconsciously rob themselves of tha
sweetest und the best things of life
and rob God nnd His church nnd
humanity. Such u process of mulri.
uioninl fliiiinco is us contemptible, ns it
is fatal to tho best interest of manhood
"Again, 1 entreat tho wifo to licop
hersolf as attractive us possible. In my
judgment, much that has been written
along this. Hue in iiuigazluos devoted
to wnmrin is lmrn bnab. T fullv rtmllzii
Let mi) ex- I what soma of finite writers tin not
Do not ting know that n wifo mid 11 mother can
him, I have chosen thin word 'nag' not ulwnvs livun tliuinmh'iw in tha mrv
with great cure. It means to umioy, bo i,lnk nf purfottloii. lluuniihoM ilutltm
patty, ruuitllfKllng, to Irrimto by per mn'iiMiirlly prevent this. Jliit the aver
rcmnr'is, addressed to Johnson In an jl'reiident elect, Mrs Wilson nnd the jslstently fretting, to rniwtiintly rtiiiilml tiife woiiimu uii do inueli iiIiiiiu thin liuu
undertone, were not complimentary Misses Klwinnr and JomIo WIUoii left .mr hiubimd of his putt fait-' if .he will only trv, If, In your euurl
either tn the governor's son nor to his I New Voik for Hiruiudii shurtly after, mgs, shorleomlngs. The root meaning Inj,' ilwys, your lni'binl hud found vim
nppnrtl two o'clock this afternoon on the of the word is Mo nibble, to peek, to usually with niiioiiilmil liuir mid wiled
'I lie fnct that voung .loliinon won Hup jjewiudon. Ignnw.' Many u woums lius nibbled dress, Im novur would littvo niiirriud
drinking mineral water ijiUo annoyed 1 They will be yow till Duceinber 10. pei'ked and inmwitd liur hiitlMud until you.
JlMd. I Governor WiUoa tnwl to see J'reildeut ha has lout all hopo and natluoM, Tinrfl "Wlimi you uijuietud him, o dress
nl in .loneliest 'Mb and tucker' nnd
vow itlm ptil un your sweotcM eontMn)
iuntttieta. IWli Swift iVettlnrcs thnt tbei
iohsoii why to few ninrtliiges nro happy
is hi'Mim' yiiung wo men fpend their
time in tanking nets, not in making
utg. Men nro oftentimes rnught vur
rnst.v, but It is n far harder tnsk to
keep them. And when a wife docs not
keep hcrjclf nnd her homo clean, bright
and attractive, he is very njd to escnpr
troin his unnttrnctho cage nnd seek
home plncc more attractive.
An Attractive Wife.
" I know the wife has to dress for Iter
work in the kitchen. I think 1 know
whnt hor duties, trials and limitations
are. But permit mo to sny this, many
wives make n great mistnkc in not do-Inn
their vrrv best to mnkp tltomsolvcj
as nttrnctive'to their husbands ns their
circumstances will permit. Wiso Is that
woman who, expecting her busbnnd
homo soon, will stcnl a few moments to
change her dress, to brush her hair n
bit, and to givo n few dainty, delicate
touches to her toilet in general. She will
meet hor husband nt tho door with n
smile nnd nn embraco nnd ho will say
to himself, T dccla'.c, Sndie looks ns
sweet and pretty ns tho day I married
"Once moro I would hnve every wifo
exalt her position ns wife. Alnsl ninny
women think this is n minor consideration.
Thoy nro foolish enough to think
thnt the home circle is too insignificant
for n womAn's career. Thero is outside,
work which tho wifo should do, but
nothing in the wide world should bo exalted
above wifehood, motherhood nnd
home. A womnn who stands by nor
tui.liniiil in the work of lifo nnd rears
hor children for positions of usefulness
is doing more for God in this workaday
world than nil tho gadding female
nirrt married coquettes combined.
. . .. ,1 i.i .... ..te..
"U.itly oxaic your pusinun nv
ni.ii vnnr husband will sav of von somo
day what Mnrtin Luther said of bis
wife. 'I would not excnniigu my
with her for nil tho riches of Croesus
"As n final word, I would entreat
the wifo to ever seek tlio b'essing nnd
cnidnnco of henven in hor married life.
In tho many and dolicato responsibilities
incident to wifehood and motherhood,
a womnn needs heavenly grnco
and wisdom. Most wives nro Christinas
nt Imnrr. Christianity lias accomplish
ed so verv much for womnn that 1 can
mi tiii,l.tTxtnml hnw any womnn enn lie
rn iiiurrndtfiil ns not to bo" a Christian
No womnn in married life can rihtlv
discharge the solemn responsibilities of
her exalted position without dui'y seen-inn
God's fnvor and guidance.
"As n specinl word of exhortntion T
would plead with the wife to tako her
husband nlonrr. with her to heaven, v ou
enn do it if you really desiro to do it.
Your earnest prnvers, your loving appeals,
vour sweet daily influence in your
home will finally prevail. Mnv vo'i , your
lin.sband nnd vour elilldren.nll be withered
into tho Father's eternal homo
when tho earthly homo is broken up
forever. ' '
FROM COAST HERE
(Continued from Pago Four.)
addition to tho completion of tlio
1:30 P. M.
Prom Mayor Rolpb,
Mayor Janus Rolph, Jr., of Sun Fran-Cisco,
availed himself of tho opportunity
to send a daylight wireless to
Mayor Fern, extending his city's greeting
and his personal regards and good
wishes, as follows:
San Frnnclsco, California,
November 17, 1912.
Hon. Jos. J. Fern,
I am grcntly pleased to lenrn of
tlm constaiitlv imiirovini! wireless
telegraphic communication over tho
Federal Systom btween Huwnii and
this const. I am glad that tho new
Poulsen system is able to demonstrate
today its ability to exchange
wireless day messages, which I understand
hns been heretofore practically
impossiblo by any other
I nm, therefore, availing myself
of the invitation tho Federal representatives
hnvo extended to mo to
send n message to you. I send you
this city's greeting nnd my personal
regards and good wishes.
JAMES ROLPH, JR.,
7 P. M.
M. H. RobbiiiB, president of tho San
Francisco Chamber of Commerce, ex-
tended greetings to the local organization
in the following message rccoived
nt one o'clock yesterday afternoon;
San Francisco, California,
November 17, 1012.
President Chamber of Commerco,
We extend greetings on our closer
relations through the means of tho
Federal Wireless Telegraph day service.
We will always welcome any
enterprise that will bring us in
closer toucli commercially nnd eo
cially with the people of tho
The San Francisco Chamber of
By M. H. BOBBINS, JR.,
1 P. M.
Businoss Pinns Pleased.
Business houses took iidvnutugo of
tho great development to get in touch
with their correspondents nnd to
tho officers of tho Federal
Telegraph Company In San Frunclsco on
tho great feat which has been accomplished.
The Honolulu Iron Works eon
grntulatcd Bccrotnry Voeder in a men
sage wlnrh iiIko Instructed its San Francisco
agents to file nil business for the
Honolulu Iron Works with Hid Federal
Company The wireless dispatched bv
the llnnnlulu Jiori Wnrlis through J,
II. Mi Guryev whs us follows:
II. I'. Vi'mlpr, i'mlornl Tuluuriipli
f'riiiipMuy, Ssn I'rmieUrn,
" We eungruliilHla you upon thi
iinprinuHji'iiUil fimt il
wirsdemt 1 niiiiiiiiiiii ill urn 1 ilnv
btitwtwu Han I'iuih i"ii nnd Ifuiiu
lulu, and trust It will ri'nill tn mir
Mutual IMlvuutMill' " vtell u Hxit
uf His peapla nf lluliuliilii
Will you kiudly iiifurm unr Hii
Pruni'lsim ugiit. Mrtio Tin u II
Davits) (. i'u, yiiu t'slifrulii rlmtn,
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thnt they tnny file all tlielr biuinem
for us with your comfutny!
Yours very truly,
Honolulu lion Works la,
J. II. MACOAUVKY.
Tho Sieger Torracottn & Pottery
Works nt 8nn Frnnclsco, through lro
lilont Wi F. Dennlson, visited by wirer
less with tho Honolulu Iron Works extolling
tho opportunity to mnrk tho record
breaking feat accomplished by ttw
Federal Telegraph Company, as ft,
San Francisco, Novemlicr 17.
Honolulu Iron Works, Honolulu:
After almost twolvo years 6t
most pleasant commercial Interchange
with you we feel signally
honored by tho opportunity to ex
press our best wishes for n
of tho present relations
through tho medium of tho Fed
oral Wiroless na exemplified in tho
feat of this
day in tho world's telegraphic
Stegor Terracotta & Pottery Work,
W. F. DUNNISON. President.
Easy and Economical,
Fred L. Wnldron, Limited, wjrplcssct
its San Francisco correspondent "r' ns follows:
Benzoic, Snn Francisco.
Join us in our congratulations ts
tho Fedornl Telegraph Company
upon their success and enterprise ia.
making possihlo this wireless day
FRED. L. WALDKON, LTD.
James II. Love, of the City Transfer
Company, sent his nlohn to C. A. Stewart,
in the following words:
O. A. Stownrt, Proprietor, Hotel
Stewart, San Francisco:
Alohn to tho Stownrt on the new
day wireless service which opened.
today. Tho Stownrt is tho same old
favorite and gottiug moro popular
.TAMKS H. LOVE.
Nows that tho tests conducted by the
Federal Telegraph Compnny had resulted
in the establishment of a perfectly
clear nnd connected dny sorvico,
quito gonornlly known on Saturday,
according to Superintendent
who says that a number of
were offered for trnnsmissio
shortly nftor tho announcement wns
initdo thnt another mcmornblo day lml
dawned for wireless telegraphy, througlt
tlio I'oulscn system.
Wo accomplished our results wilt
the system which we have boon usinr;
ior our niglit service," said liiirross.
Inst night. "It is perfectly capable of
doing the work, but of course wo Bliau
keep on strengthening tho plnnt so
that wo may reach stations all alonr
tlio racilic Const.
"I was particularly pleased witV
Admiral Cowles' enthusiastic verdict,
for ho is a real wiroless man."
NEGRO SEEKS ACTION.
WASHINGTON, November 18.-(
(Specinl to Tho Advcrtisor) ThrougV
his nttortio.v, Jack Johnson, tho negro
pugilist, todny asked tho United State
Supremo Conrt to advance his cobo for
hearing to Jnnunry 0, when four other;
cases questioning tho constitutionality
xu the white siavo law will uo arguca.
Since bis appeal last Monday, nBkinr;
tho Supremo Court to rolcnso him on
bail, tho pugilist hns socured his freedom.
CONGRESSMAN KNOW LAND
IN GENERAL BREAKDOWN
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN FHANCISCO, November 18.
(Special to Tho Advortisor) Congress
man! Joseph It, Know-land, who was
taken ill uftcr tho death of his father,
hns grown worse. A genornl breakdown,
of his nervous and physical system t
given ns the enuso of his illness.
THE LUOKT JOY EIDER.
A small boy with ono roller sknte
EnjoyB himself from morn till Iato.
Ho doosn't havo to sound a horn
The slow pedestrian to wnrn,
Nor curry lights to clear tlio track.
Nor wear 11 number on his back.
Ho joy-rides on with soul sorouo,
Nor hoods the prico of gasoline.
Frank Godfrey, well known formerly
ns u newspaper man in this city, but
who hns been nearly blind for n number
of yettrs, will soon outer the Queen's
Hospital to undergo an oporntion for
tho removal of two cataracts from his
eyes. Tho operation will ho conducted
by Doctor Htraub, nnd nil Mr. God
frey's friends aro hoping it willba c
Mlffll IS A Hi
Honolulu Peoplo Should Not Noglect
Backacho is naturo's most frcnuoat
signal of sick or woakoncj kidney.
To euro tho pains and achos, to re
move tlio lameness you must roach the
cause tho kidneys. If you havo pais,
through tbo small of your back, urinary
disorders, headaches, dizzy spclhl,
or aro nervous und dopressod, start
treating tho kidnoys with a tcstei
kidney remedy, Tho slightest symptom
of kidney trouble may bo nature'
warning of approaching dropsy, diabetes,
or fatal Bright 's disease, Doan's
Backache Kidney Pills should bo
at tho first sign of disorder, Doun'i
Hnckacho Kidnoys Pills aro especially
for sick kidnoys havo boon curiae
kidney trouble for over 7(i yours. Ilea
B. T. Whlto, Poitrl City, Ouliu,
Kuwait, suysi "I 11111 ninety-two
ycum of ago and sulTured from
buckacha nnd kidney iliseusn for eight
ywiri: I Imve given Doan's lluckiielio
Kidnoy pills a fair trial mid hnvo Iim
so gruutly bunulitod Hint J cheerfully
rsonniiiiunil t Item to other kidney
iomi' lluelutiilio Kiilmiy pills ur.
uld by all liruifuUU und tursilitxisiii
at B0 ei'ut. jrnr liux (sir Iiuim fH.ftd)
ur will by mulled un rtwelpt of prise
h) 1 Lt llullutsT Druii ('o, llmiululu,
tvlivlw itgiuits lur 1 Liu llunuiiau Islands.
Iinuiuitihur I Im itttuip, Dunn's, mi 4
tuka II u DibnUlUlH