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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1914. KEEP YOUR STOMACH In good condition on the VOYAC.E by drinking our PURE MILK delivered on steamers to your order. Honolulu Dairymen's Association Phone 1542 New Willow Chairs and Rockets Coyne Furniture Co. Alexander Young Bldg. 1053 to 1059 Bishop St 6 MISS POWER Boston Block Safety Blades Resharpencd better than new. We Grind Anything. HONOLULU GRINDING CO. "1115 Atakea, epp."'Y.' M. C. A. r Put '.Your Poultry Problems ; up te the .:. - ,, '. . CALIFORNIA FEED CO. Alakea, correr Queen. They will tell you the trouble. LATEST ARRIVAL1 PURITAN LADIES' UNDER MUSLIN. YAT LOY CO, Phone 3122 King, near Nuuanu Honolulu Photo Supply Co. jx KODAK HEADQUARTERS i 1051 Tort Street OUR SERVICE and the GOODYEAR TIRES will ELIMINATE your tire troubles, GUARANTEE VULCANIZING COMPANY A!ztt St. Phone 4683 CAP.GAIN COUNTER PRE MIUM SALE NOW ON AT CITY MERCANTILE CO. :i Hotel EL, nr. Nuuanu Phone 4206 WHITE IVORY PUMPS $5 and $8. a Pair r':!NENRYSrVOE STORE rcrt, above King St. "Equal to the Sterling mark ; on Silver. . PACIFIC ENGINEERING r COMPANY, LTD; Consulting, Designing and ton , structlng Engineers. Bridees. Buildings. Concrete Stnxc- tores. Steel Structures, -Sanitary Sya ma. Reports and Estimates on Pro jects. . Phone 1045. Y " HAWAIIAN PICTURES; STATION. ERY," PICTURE FRAMING, ,: OFFICE SUPPLIES." YE ARTS AND CRAFTS . SHOP 1 1123 Fort St I t V,v i ! -slojcislil It! i v'i jM '! lift The Gigantic Slaughter Sale Is still on at 152 Hotel Street M. R. B E N H . -. . r v-r.i r' 4r .r ' '' For noro than a quarter of a cen tury SHAC has hoen the favorite remedy for headache and nouxalgia. TastoloDQ-Certain 12 doses-25 cento Aalc your droggioti for SHAC, 'mil WUfljip ill 'V SPOTS I Imperfections on your mirror can be removed by resllvsrlng. OLD and worn out mirrors mads ta look.- NEW Phone 1197 Silvering Depart : ment .;: Sharp Signs 188 Merchant Street ' Eyes Examined Glasses Supplied Factory on the Premises. A. N. Sanford, Boston Building ::, Fort Street . Over May 6V Co. RICHELIEU PEARLS ; n Strands of Variegated Colors ' - . and Shapes. - WALL & DOUGHERTY HONOLULU CITY TA XI STAND ' -. . - PHONE 3431 Finest Meats , v.-;-i-'J ' ' .." lowest Prices "; ; Auto Delivery . C. Y. HOP WO MEAT MARKET Opposite Fiahmarket. i THAYER PIANO CO., LTD; STEINWAY ? AND OTHER PIANOS. 154 Hotel Street Phone 2318 TUNING GUARANTEED. ' MEAT MARKET A GROCERY Phone 3451 C Q. Y E E HOP A CO. - SEE OUR '' CHANGES OF RATES -V' HONOLULU AUTO ft ; TAXI CO. Behn ft Bedford. Mara. V J99S Phones 1005 PURE AND FRESH : Milk, -Cream'Und ButUr. ' ' PHONE 3622. CITY DAIRY , GOOD MEALS. Beretania and Emma If Husbands only knew th pleasure their wives would take In gown made by DAVI SON, Pantheon Bldg, Fort St Home Cafe PROBE IS PLEASING TO III: That the Investigation of the affairs of the Inter-Island, Steam Navigation Company, completed yesterday after noon by the Public Utilities Commis sion, has been a highly successful and satisfactory one Is the concensus of opinion of the members of the com mission, as expressed by them today. As a result of the fourth and final hearing yesterday -the way is cleared for the completion of the commission's report, a copy of which is to be sub mitted to" the governor for his peru sal and later published. It is expect ed thst the chief executive will ap point a new chairman at an early date. Present at the final hearing were Commissioners J. N. S. Williams and A. J. Gignoux. J. I McLean, vice president of the company: the com pany's attorneys and A. G. Smith, depu ty attorney-genera). In reply to a ques tion as to the policy of the directors of the company regarding dealings with the public. Mr. McLean stated that it is one of strict fairness both to the public and to employes. He added that the company is endeavor hag to maintain a service to meet the needs of the public and that, with this end in view, many large, steamers have at different times been ad-led to the Inter-Island fleet As an Illustra tion, he pointed out that the company now is maintaining In reserve the tseamer Kilauea, valued at nearly $400,000. to be used to prevent inter ruptlons In the service in case of emergencies. A number of questions bearing di rectly on the business of the company were readily answered . by Mr. Mc Lean.,, The gross income of the com pany on all passenger traffic between island porta during 1913 was 3361.720; gross income from transportation of merchandise, including sugar and livestock, was $927,737; from towage, salvage and sundries, $27,862. Prom 1899 to 1901 the monthly operating expenses of the company increased from $42,000 to $54,000, owing to the cost cf safety appliances Installed in keeping within the federal maritime regulations. Since 1904. the date of the company's consolidation, marine losses have amounted to more ' than $102,000. This1 includes groundings snd fires, and the loss of the steamer Kauai. ; -i ' , ; One complaint against the company based on, th e fact that it does not al low stop-over privileges, was discuss ed at' some length. Acting Chairman J. N, 8. Williams stated that he was of the opinion the complaint was well founded.. Mr. McLean, however, said that the company had refused those privileges without .extra charge from the fact that two cabins were used in the event this necessitating' an ex pense to the company in the way of providing clean bedding. " INDIGESTION. GAS OR ; SICK, SOUR STOMACH Time It ! Tape's Dlapepsln" makes your upset, bloated stomach feel , fine l flT minutes "Really does' put bad stomachs In order "really., does, overcome - Indi gestion, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn and tourness In five mlnutes--that Just that makes i Pane's Diapepsin , the largest selling stomach regulator in the world. If what you eat ferments Into stubborn- lumps you belch gas rnd eructate sour, undigested food and add; head is dlxzy and aches; breath foul; tongue coated; your Insldes fill ed with bile and indigestible waste, re member the moment "Pane's Dlapep sln comes In contact, with the stom ach all such distress vanishes. . It's truly astonishing; almost marvel ous, and the joy Is its harmlessness. A large fifty-cent case of Pape's Dia pepsin will give sou a hundred dollars worth of satisfaction or your druggist hands yon your money back, i It's worth Us weight In gold to men and women who can't get their stom achs ' regulated. It belongs In your home should always be kept handy In case of a sick, sour, upset stomach during: the day, or night It's Che quickest surest ' and most harmless, stomach doctor la the world. ad ver flaementjiw . .-'V' kauai boy'kIlled : IN FALL FROM HORSE Saturday afternoon? Andrew, the fif teen-year-old son of Charles Lovell of Kealia, was thrown from his horse on the road between Moloaa and Ana hola and killed, his neck being broken. The boy had gone out to round up some other horses. After a time his own horse rteurned " home with sad dle and bridle on. but the boy was missing.' A search, was immediately Instituted with results as above stated. : .The police looked into the matter and Sheriff Rice also personally In vestigated the details but the case was so plainly, one; of death by accident that no more formal Inquiry was deem ed necessary. Garden Island. ' BASEBALL MAN HURT. - Antoae Perry, one of the players of the Koloa baseball,; team, was quite badly hurt in Sunday's game with the Kilaueas. He was stealing home from third baae and made' a slide, spraining his ankle and it haa. since been found that a bone was fractured. Garden Island. ; . - . - V CARD OF THANKS. Mr. Jqsepb Gouveia and family wish to thank their many friends for the kind sympathy extended and for the beautiful, flowers, sent during their re cent . hereavement advertisement. Fools who keep their mouths shut may-pass for- wise men. "TEDDY'S" RIVER IS DOUBTED 6 60" 56 AfVhr PLAT 1 ,; Is this a mapt According to thos e who dispute the existence of Theo- dore Roosevelt's River of Doubt this tracing we extract it from the New York Timesmust be Included in the category of those efforts I of the imagination which lend Interest to the travels of Gulliver." Is Colonel Roosevelt a faker? Is he a new kind of a Dr. Cook? ' And is it a fact that he really dis covered the River of Doubt now nam ed by him Roosevelt's river? On all of these questions Fred Ohrt, engineer in the bureau of permanent roaa survey or tne city ana county, has an answer,' and the answers are not very favorable to the exploring and discovering cok)nel. r Colonel Roosevelt Is expected to ap pear before the ' Royal Geographical Society. In London and produce his records," notes and tracings of the Bra zilian river he claims to have discov ered." : -This tiver is supposed to branch off the Madeira, the largest tributary of the Amazon,. 18Q0 niles up from the mouth at Para. m;j- : Having for 18 months been resident engineer ot-'the iIadeioa-Manore rail way, Ohrt is'iamiliar with the Brazil ian country ovef which, the Roosevelt party traveled, " i c "It seems ' remarkableor. rather, impossible to me, knowing the coun try, that this river, of the size de scribed by Roosevelt, coud have been discovered by him, Many , boats col lecting rubbergO' up and down .the rivers all the time. . Travel by boat Is the only means"tbey have, says Ohrt fit is 'nothing, unusual for ; these boats to go up the- Madeira several hundred miles.1 That being the . case they would not fail to pass the point where Roosevelt located his river. He describes it as '1000 miles long and the largest affluent of the Madeira. "Sir Clements Markham; a high au thority' on South American geography, is quoted as doubting also the colonel's discovery. 1 look forward with Interest to see ing Roosevelt produce his records for the inspection of r the society. . They may prove Ms discovery and then ag in they may not In the last Issue of Current Opinion, two pages are devoted So an account and comments on Roosevelt's claimed discovery. : The colonel's statement as made to the New York Times is given as fol lows: '. ''--'. "The length of the river we cannot give accurately We computed it by dead reckoning' at between 1400 and 1500 kilometers I should say 900, 950, or possibly, 1000 miles. It runs be tween nearly: the thirteenth and fifth parallels of latitude. That is. it cov ers about seven and a half degrees of latitude. Of course, that is about doubled bv- the 'curves. As you will see, if you Trill turn to the map of Eu- rope, tnat is a aisi&nce cuu&iuciauij longer than the Seine and Rhone com binedas far as I can see, allowing for the slant of the curves, about as long as the Rhine or the Elbe. "At this point of the river, where the upper Aripona, socalled, comes in, we measured . the - bottom, and it is about' 450Ocubic meters a second, by which you can get a fair Idea of its volume In comparison with other riv-: era. Excepting for the 100 miles or, 150 miles from the mouth it Is not nav-; Igable for steamboats, because it is so . broken by rapids and such a very swift - river, but' it. Is navigable for -MARRIAGE LICENSES iMiei by FRAJiK M. BABRERE h . .8 Merchant Street Claude: MeadV' Honolulu Silnbina Torre, Honolulu .......22 18 Lum: Lin, Honolulu .. 7.. .... ..... .24 Y1nj Hing Chun, Honolulu ...18 Alex C.' Darroch, Honolulu . ..... .27 Edna Browning, Honolulu . ... .. . . .25 BIBTBS FELIX-In-Honolulu, to Mr. .and 'Mrs. Marion Felix, July 29, 1914, a son." OF DOUBT BY LOCAL MAN launches ; and canoes from that part near the fifth degree up to above the tenth degree cf latitude. "There are rapids, and serious ones, to pass, hut they "can be perfectly well negotiated. You can take boats up them. It 13 still better, if you want to establish launches a series you can have above-each " rapid to go for the one hundred kilometers before you come to the next serious, obstacle to navigation. There is no difficulty whatever in the navigation. I say no difficulty whatever I mean from the standpoint from which I am. speaking, by launch and canoe, broken by falls now and then from 10 1-2 degrees to 5 1-2 degrees." V Jli m M&W $ i ' ' 1 crude oilfror.! III! llu if As: v S i. i jjj M FRESH DAILY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Love's " ' .. : ' ' -: :' -" ' ' : i - ' Expert Furniture Movers Prices Reasonable Baggage handled with promptness Union - Pacific Transfer Co., Ltd., Klag St, next to Toung Bldg. The Yokohama Specie Bank, LIMITED. STATEMENT OF CONDITION, JUNE 30, 1914, . RESOURCES. Loans, discounts and over drafts . ...............$ Pruniture and fixtures... Other assets ..... . . ... . . . Cash and due from banks 221.720.02 15.636.9S 310,070.07 479,290.98 $1,026,727.03 I, S. AWOKL manager of the Yokohama Specie Bank. Ltd- Honolulu Branch, do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement Is - true and cor rect to the best of my knowledge and belief. , . ; ; S. AWOKL Subscribed and sworn to before me' this 17th day of July, 1914. Notary The Gasoline of Qualify is made is not surpassed by any crude in the world for the manufacture of power gasoline. Quality in a finished product depends first on the quality of the raw material. All the care and skili that are exercised in the manu facture of Red Grown, would not'alone produce "The Gasoline of Quality. ' f It's absolute reliability may be traced to the fact that it is made from only carefully selected and best adapted grades of California Crude. c. Watch for the Red Crown Sign. Standard Oil Company - 'nvwav ' oils Bakery 1874 Telephones 1171 LIABILITIES. Deposits . . .... ..... .$ Due to banks ......... All other liabilities .... 665.958.11 130.834.33 329,934.56 $1,025,727.05 DAVID L. First; Judicial PETERSON, Circuit T. H. Public, 59l6-3t (California) , ; ? Honolnla I '