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Falling rain water is soft and pure
perfect for drinking but it
washes the air and from the earth it
absorbs carbonates sulphates cforides
of lime magnesia and other chemicals
according to the nature of the soil, as
well as various organic matter.
These are all taken out of ''AEROX"
distilled and aerated WATER they
are not good for you that's why we
use only "AEROX " distilled water
:arid the purest extracts in our delicious
Our bottling plant is the newest and
mbst-up-to-date in the Territory. No
bottle is refilled in our plant without
first being thoroughly sterilized and
rendered absolutely germless.
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John W. Dorrington, Long Time
Publisher Arizona Sentinel,
Succumbs to Illness
After 1 pre lonc"l illness which has
bern almost continuous since he ar
rived in Honolulu July HI for his first
visit her John W. Dorrington. an
old-time newsraper man of Arizona,
parsed away at the Ueretania sank
tarium Monday night.
Drrrington's sister. Mrs. Anna Hea
vi8, wnc to Honolulu with him. tak
ing her residence at Kort Shafter with
her grandniece. Mrs. Henry C. K. Muh
lenberg, wife of Lieut. Muhlenberg.
The body of Dorrington has been tak
en to Williams' undertaking parlors
and will be forwarded to Falls City.
Neb., in the Sierra. September 26. ac
companied by Mrs. Reavls and Lieut.
John V. -Dorrington was a batche
lor 72 years of age. born in White
boro. New York, and is survived by
one brother and two sisters, all of
Kails City. In 1 STl he went with his
parents from Nebraska to Yuma, Ariz.,
making his home there eyer since.
A Civil War veteran of the 1st Ne
braska Volunteers, a .T-d degree Ma
son and for years publisher of the
Arizona Sentinel. Dorrington was one
cf the best known and most respected
residents of the Southwest and one
of the earliest and best known fig
ures in journalism along the border.
He saw his adopted home change from
having merely the reputation of be
ing the hottest place in the United
States to the center of a rich agricul
tural section that rivals the Nile as
a cotton producer, under the famous
Yuma syphon project. p
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nAVQ TnnWMDT i tiqtu
TO SEE HAWAII
I E BOARD
TO BE PLAYED
UP BY NEWMAN
Noted Lecturer Says He Will
Impress This Fact in Talks
on Hawaii. This Year
"Hawaii Ts a summer resort as well
sJk a winter playground.' sai,d E, M.,
Newman of Chicago, noted lecturer
in a letter to A, P. Taylor of the Ha
bail Proiaotion oChi'ralttee. The- well
tnow-n lecturer.' who traveled through
Hawaii last summer, states that the
pictures, both motion and still, . have
turned out, well,.
He writes that he has some sens
tional night pictures of the Volcano,
and some thrilling pictures of surf
riding. Newman while in Chicago
Called on the local passenger agent
of the Northern Pacific and asked
why steamer service was not the
same in summer as in winter to Ha
waii, "I know that Hawaii has Ideal
summer weather, and I shall be sure
to bring out this point forcibly in my
lectures," he concluded.
DESPITE LOSS OF MANY
' Ister Marks and Bill Rosa, alumni
of McKinley high school, talKed , to
the boys of the school, yesterday on
getting in the right amount of work
for football, and as a result about 30
students came out for the gridiron
game. The prospects have hot been
bright to date, but tne McKinleyi.tes
are banking nn lining up a strong
With Clifford Melira, Harry Melira,
Fred Carter, Sam Carter, Andrade,
George Hawkins and Joe Stickney
gone, the high school will ' have to
recruit an entire backfield and end
positions. CapL Thompson is confi
dent that the hish school will be able
to line up a team which will make a
hard fisht for honors.
TRIBUTE TO A WOMAN
When the Lusitania went down to
its watery grave, taking one of our
prominent writers and his wife, lead
ing papers published a remarkable
literary tribute previously paid by. tiie
husband to the wife. This was be
cause she had been such a helpmate
to him in carrying out his idea's.
Thousands of women have the ambi
tion to be such helpmates to their
husbands, but lack the necessary
health. Every such woman should
remember that Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound is the. one rem
edy which will restore health and
strength, the unrivaled medicine for
woman's ailments. Adv.
Lee Chu, to build cottage for dwell
'ng at Kwa File from Kalia bridge.
Lee Chu, Guilder. Cost, $').
Joe Neves, to build a dwelling at
Punahou. Neves & Fernandez, archi
tects and builders. Cost, $1500.
F. R. Ritchie, to build two cottages
for dwelling at Kamehameha IV road.
Acetylene Light & Agency Co. build
er. Cost, $Si5.
An increase :n postal rates to tike
effect Sept. 1 was announced at Mex
CyM, Granalt4 E?ena, t'rei
Inflamed by expocure to un. Dust u.d Wind
tulckly rettevvd by Murine e Ee - No
nrttnK. Just Ey Tu t rt A tout Dm. t'i
tr by mail. 50c ottle. For Buok w th
Ky ra Marine Pj fiesMdy Co., CUacq
"One who can afftrd to come to
Hawaii and does net. is jast hoje;
a pei sen d es visit here and fails
to see the volcano 13 fur.ey.' and the
thousands of nature and wonder lov-j
ers who are unaWe to cross the Pa
cific to HtHiolulu de?ne the syiu-'
pathy of all.'" I
Mr. ;ind Mrs. S. B. Folger (not the
spice Folgers, just oousins) are in;
Honolulu, .regretting their departure .
on the Matsonia Wednesday. FoUer j
represents the Bancroft Whitney j
Company of San Francisco, one of the t
hirgest law book concerns in the;
United States, and has some original;
things to say, all-in favor of Hawaii.!
The foregoing are a few.
"I cauie over here to rest.'' he said,
"and 1 haven i naa a nimuie s peace.;
It uas lten sonietuing new every min-j
ute. I might have known better,
thinking a L'0-day trip to Hawaii, in-j
eluding going and coming, would bej
long enough. We all live to learn j
and when I make another trip I'llj
come prepared to stay. However, one j
has a good rest on the water and a l
person can get a pretty good birdseye
view of Honolulu in a . few., days."
Folger says he has stepped about
a bit but he never saw anything that
'get his goat," to use his very words,'
as Kilauea did. He plans to spend a
week at Hilo next time.
"And how anyone can come to Ho
nolulu and go Lack again without see
ing the volcano certainly gets me,"
he declares. "Why, its like going
through Yellowstone park without
seeing the geycrs or through. Glacier
park without seeing the glaciers. It
is almost unbelievable that anyone
could come so near and pass up such
a wonderful sight, but 1 know it has
WILL CLOSE ON
Sixty-Two Men Pass Examina
tions for Police and Fire
A lit of 62 men who have passed
the examinations for the reserve force
of the police and fire epjirtments
were presented Monday night to the
f'vii service commission by City Clerk
Following is 8 list of the men who
are eligible for position on the police
force as prepared ly John W. Short,
chief examiner: i
Lono McCullam. Manuel Furtado,
Anton Munze, David K. K. Kaluhioka- (
lani. David A. Mahukona. Herman
Holstein. Sam Kai. .lo'siah Kua, Chas.
Nicholas Perez. David Kaawa. Jr.,
Charles Sing I.oy. J. C. Nunes, Alfred
K. Naeole. Thomas Phillips, Dewey
Mookini. George H. Karratti. George
Kawa Hubbell. August Carrelro, WH-,
son Maa. M. C. Medeiros. Moses K.
Kaanaana. John Kamana. Joseph Fla
zer, Frank Gomes. Joseph K. Kelilkoa,
Henrv Mo!denhatiser, Abel H. Afcui.
David I. Kahookele, Abel Kia. Wil
liam Kahale, Manuel Frazler, Henry
Prla. fid win Kaulia and John Kele.
List of eligibles for fire depart
ment: Arthur K. Hussey. John A.
Spencer. Victor Mokulehua. Solomon
Makalena. J. C. Plada, Andrew Phelps
Wright, Edward Y. L. Chang. George
Lonohiwa. Frank A. Phillip, Ieon J.
Lando. Sam Lanakila, Louis Solomon.
John Neander, Claude A. Woodward.
Joseph H. Akana. Frank Kahili, Jos
eph Lui and George Macey.
List of eligibles for police: Charles
A. Wills. Samuel Lua, Solomon Hi and
List of eligibles for clerk, police de
partment: Earle E. Cook. Solomon
Meheula. Clement F. Moriyana. C. E.
Calvert nnd Arthur B. Palmer.
Royal Baking Powder is indis
pensable to finest cookery and to
the comfort and convenience of
modern housekeeping. Royal
Baking Powdermakes hot breads,
cakes and pastry wholesome.
Perfectly leavens without fer
mentation. Full instructions in the "Royal Baker and Pas.
try Cook' book for making all kinds of bread,
biscuit and cake with Royal Baking Powder.
Gratis to any address.
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The most violent earthquake felt
since April, 1906, rocked Eureka, CaL.
and northern Humboldt county at 6.55
o'clock yesterday morning. There
was no material damage.
A public health denartment has been
organized in the Kisngsu Province, !
Because it's a re
fined gasoline not
hi A JJ M .-;
That registration closes Tuesday,
September 2o, as Constantly reported j
by tue star-duiietin,. anu noc nexi aai
urday, fceptenmef 3, was announced
today by County Erk David Kalauo
kalani. "There sedms-' b a- 4nisunder
standing in certaiirtiuarters concerning-
when tbe v-re8tration a closes
said Kalauokalanl today, '4bnt as the
law specifically flfites that it shall
close 10 days before election,-it must
of necessity fail on September 26 as
the primaries this rear come on Octo
ber 7." vv '
Kalauokalani also said that the
county clerk's office"" will be open
until midnight Monday and Tuesday
Gi next weei and jxwsibiy Thursday,
Friday" and Saturday of this week to
accommodate the voters who find it
impossible to register during the day.
Retail price of soft cdai advanced in
Boston 25c to 55.50 a tpn.
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