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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1908. Weakened Vitality Impoverished Blood Read what Ayer's Sarsaparilla did for a well-known city missionary, who writes : "I was for many years asuftoror from boils and othor eruptions of a Hko naturo, causod by tbo Impover ished state of my blood. My appotlto was poor and my system a good deal run down. Knowing the valuo of AYER'S arsapanlla by observation of tho good It bad dono to otbors, I bngan taking it. My appo tito improved almost from tho first doso; tlion tny general boalth im proved, ami now it is oxccllont. I feel ix bumlrod per cout. stronger, and I attribute Ibis result to Ayor's Sar saparilla, wbicb I recommend with all confiduueo as tbo bost blood modi cino over dovisod." As now made, Ayer's Sarsa parllla contains no alcohol. There are many imitation Sarsaparillas. Be sure you get "Ayer's." PrtpareJ by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Uwgll, Mm., U.S.A. AYZR-3 PILLS, ttto bslt family l&atlT. FOR Moors, "Wood Work and Furniture This is the tltlo of a handsome ly illustrated booklet issued by 6. C. Johnson & Son. It Is a m lovers of up-to-date homes. in i ml LIMITED. 177 S. King Street. Phone 775. 68 HOURS To Chicago from San Francisco, Th Fattest transcontinental train. OVERLAND LIMITED Electric lighted, Buflet, Li brary and Drawing room com partment, observation car, with dinner. Telegraphic news post d on train. Southern Pacific NEW CHOP HOUSE. P. John, late of the Manhattan Lunch Rooms, has opened a new Cko House on Hotel street near Knuana. Flivt class meals served at all moara HOFFMAN CHOP HOUSE. Removal Notice. M. Ohta removed to 636 South Hotel tftreet between Punchbowl and Bere tanla. Honolulu Scrap Iron Co. C. H. BROWN : : : : Manager HALBKAUWILA STREET Highest price paid for Old Brass, Scrap Iron and all metals. Telephone 642 P. 0. Box 547 n y y V II --- - -r- -. . .. g AHurltHY A SM WIJISILIS nt mm CHICAGO, August 21. That Chicago will be the national archery conven tion and tournament city In 1900 was practically the unanimous opinion of delegates attending the thirtieth an nual championship which will closo with tho business meeting at Washing ton park tonight. The record-breaking success of the tournaments held here in 1907 and this year led the uclegates to look upon Chicago as the best meeting place in America. Dr. E. B. Weston, president of tho National Archery association, discussing tho subject, said yesterday: "Chicago will undoubtedly bo select ed as the convention city in 1909. Ar chers have discovered that this is the most centrally located city In the ar chery world. Chicago Is now tho center of archery Interest. Wo have more men and women following the sport here than In any other city In America. When the convention was held at Boston two years ago only twenty attended. Our attendance has been more than double that figure tho last two years, notwithstanding the fact that Boston representatives failed to put in an appearance this season. Then there is not a better place In America for holding the tournament than Washington park, which has every advantage to be desired." Ago excelled youth with the bow yes terday when Will H. Thompson of Seattle broke the record of Former Na tional Champion H. B. Richardson of Boston won the double York round and a new national record for seventy-two arrows at 100 yards. Thompson made a score of 225, twenty-four better than the highest previous performance, when Col Robert Williams shot 201 at Eaton, O., in 1S85. His 973 for the full double rqund excelled the mark Richardson made last year by 113. The Pacific slopo expert was elated over his performance from the fact that he came to Chicago with the declared pur pose of doing just what he accomplish ed. LADY OUTRIGGERS 'i'ii following is being received by ladles: Dear Madam: The Outrigger Canoe Club plans to have a ladies' auxiliary. This is at the request of many of the leading ladies of Honolulu. The dues will be the same as In the men's club, five dollars a year for the privileges of bathing facilities, showers, private bathroms, and the use of surf boards and canoes. It is proposed to build for the la dies' ouxillary an entirely new and separate building on ground offered by the Seaside Hotel. This will contain at least . twenty bathrooms for the free use of tho lady members, and a roof lanal for the exclusive use of tho mem bers and their friends of the gentler sex. So soon as one hundred members are enrolled In tho ladles auxiliary, it Is expected that work will be begun on the ladles' bathrooms and club house. Will you aid by acting on the com mittee to secure the hundred members, and send us the names of any of your girl or women friends who may be interested, Thanking you for any interest you may take, we are, P. H. HUMPHRIS, SYDNEY. M. BALLOU, JAMES A. WILDER, GUY ROTHWELL, Membership Committee. "Can Mr. Bryan do the Democratic party good?" asks the Charleston News and Courier. Oh, yes. Under Mr. Bryan's leadership the Democratic party has already been done good. Omaha Bee. Justice Gaynor decides that making an ordinary bet Is no crime. No, It's Just foolishness. Cleveland Leader. 'fS&ilfct' TAKING NO CHANCES. Mr. Bug (angrily) What do you mean by such threatraent, Henrietta? Mrs. Bug It's pretty tough on you , William, of course, but I can now go to the mountains knowing you won't be cutting up at Coney Island or play ing poker with the boys while I am away. SUNDAY. Baseball Aala park, Sweet Violets, 4; Asahls, 3. Comets, 5; Aalas, 1. Kaplolanl park, Reliance team wins champion ship, 5 to Tidal Waves' 1. Ewa, Ewa plantation team, 5; combination of Re liance, Twilight and Wlchman teams, 1. Golf Oahu Country Club, GUI wins Manoa Cup tournament by one up. Tho following is tho list of those who qualified and their scores: (O CO p. P. S3 o s a c m EL r B a p. S3 o c a p. o e a p. Austin White 37 40 47 40 1G4 Thos. Gill 4G 40 38 42 16G Dr. C. B. High.... 42 42 45 42171 H. H." Walker. ... 43 42 43 45173 E. O .White 43 40 44 43 17G F. Armstrong 44 4G 48 43180 J. C. Evans 47 45 43 47182 Mark Robinson... 50 52 46 50188 E. J. Watermann. 44 53 50 42189 Frank Haltsead.... 47 55 44 51197 J. D. Gaines 52 48 48 49197 Prlnco Cupid 52 51 49 47199 H. C. Carter 48 47 51 53199 H. G. Spencer.... 49 49 52 50200 J. D. Mclnerny 45 57 51 50203 J. G. Wilder 43 50 54 55207 SATURDAY. Cricket Maklkl, Honolulu Cricket Club, 152; Alameda Cricket Club, 89. The official score was: Honolulu C. C. F. Lamb, b Marshall 11 S. Collins, b Sandford 8' C. Catt, b Sandford 3 R. J. Buckly, not out 53 S. Beardmore, b Marshall 21 R. A. Jordan, c Hilly ard 11 J. R. M. Maclean, run out 7 J. H. Brown, not out 23 j J. H. FIddes, c Sandford 2 II. Bailey, b Marshall 1 F. Withlugton, not out 10 Byes 10 152 Alameda C. C. F. Jerdnie, c Fiddes 11 R. Sandford, c Buchly 6 , r , tiniyara, c uucniy zuf W. Marshall, b Jordan 25 F. Mllllgan, b Jordan 7 W. Jones, b Jordan 2 C. Hede, b Jordan 2 A. Keller, stumped 2 E. Thurlow, b Beardmore 0 F. Mitchell, not out 1 W. Howard, b Beardmore 1 Byes 6 89 Baseball Aala park, Hawaiian Electric team, 11; E. O. Hall & Son team, .10. Luau ' Eben Low celebrates return of vic torious Hawaiian cowboys from Chey enne, Paul Isenberg and Prince Kuhio In attendance. NOTE THESE DATES Kaplolanl Baseball League meets to night at Kalmukl. Reliance Baseball Team meets at house of Manager Frank Joseph, Wed nesday night. Aala A. C. manager, Sam Hop, an nounces dance at K. P. Hall, October 3. All Oahu team plays the Mooheaus from Hllo on Sunday next. Practice starts today. Series In Kalanlanaolo League com mence early in November. NOTHING IN IT. Towne I never saw a man who was so fond of entertaining as Henpeck Is. It's really remarkable. Browne Oh, that's not so strange. You see, his wife is quite pleasant to him when there's company In tho house. Philadelphia Press. ROOSEVELT HELPS TIFT'S CAMPAIGN The President Writes a Letter to Show Taft's Friendship For Labor. BRYAN GIVES LIE TO HEARST. Fight Against Hughes Great Roman Catholic Parade In London on Sunday. CINCINNATI, Ohio, September 14. Candidate Taft Is planning to start out on his speech-making tour on Wed nesday. OYSTER BAY, September 14 Presi dent Roosevelt haB written to iKohrs, of Montana, a labor leader, urging Taft's suitability for tho Presidency on the fact tlmt the Republican candidate is a friend of labor and labor organi zations. CINCINNATI, September 13. Secre tary Straus appeured on the stump last night for Taft. BRYAN'S CAMPAIGN. DEER PARK, Maryland, September 14. Candidate Bryan would not make any political addresses hero yesterday, refusing on the ground that by doing so he would be breaking tho Sabbath ATLANTA, Ga., September 13. In a speech here William R. Hearst charged Bryan with having begged for his sup port in 1908 and In return promised to support Hearst for President In 1912, CUMBERLAND, W. Va September 13. William J. Bryan, In speaking hero denounced Hearst's Atlanta statement as a lie. OPPOSITION TO HUGHES. SARATOGA, New York, September 14. At the State Republican Conven tion, to open here this morning, it Is expected that a bitter fight against the renomlnatlon of Governor Hughes will be made. A number of the delegates are talking of supporting the nomina tion of Ellhu Root, the present Secre tary of State in President Roosevelt's cabinet. BRITISH FLEET WANTED. MELBOURNE, September 14. The Premier is urging upon the home gov ernment the advantages of sending on a visit to Australasian waters a British fleet equal in strength to the American Atlantic fleet, now in Albany harbor. GREAT CATHOLIC PARADE. LONDON, September 14. Cardinal Bishop VannutelU, the Papal Legate to Great Britain, guarded by the Roman Catholic Peers of the British Isles, headed the great religious parade here yesterday in which the Host was not carried. Fifteen thousand Roman Catholics guarded the route of the pa rade, which took place without any disturbances. The crowds that lined tho route were the biggest that have ever assembled In the streets of Lon don since the funeral procession of the late Queen Victoria passed through them. The Eucharist Congress has been concluded. BUDAPEST, September 14 Fifty So cialists were arrested here for dis turbing the Eucharist procession which was neld In this city yesterday. LONDON, September 13. The pro posed Eucharlstic procession has been abandoned because of the Protestant protest. Twenty thousand Catholic pupils were reviewed here yesterday by Car dinal VannutelU, the Papal Legate. TWO FLYING TESTS. BERLIN, September 13. The mili tary dirigible balloon was In the air, at its recent trial test, for thirty-four hours and two minutes, surpassing the record made by Zeppelin. WASHINGTON, September 13. The Wright aeroplane operated yesterday for seventy-four minutes and twenty four seconds. MANY FISHERMEN MISSING. LISBON, September 13. A great storm has been prevailing here and many disasters to shipping are feared. Two hundred and fifty fishermen are missing and the government has sent out gunboats to search for the survi vors. Several vessels are overdue. ASTONISHING SPEED. BRIGHTON BEACH, September 13 In the International competition here the American automobile surpassed all other entries, covering 1107 miles In twenty-four hours. CHURCHILL MARRIED. LONDON, September 13,-fThe Right Honorablo Winston Churchill was mar ried yesterday. WOMAN'S DRAMATIC SUICIDE. PARIS, September 13. Yesterday an unknown woman committed suicide by throwing herself from the Arc do Trl omphe In the full view of a great crowd. Of course nobody can be absolutely sure whether or not the Independent voter Is Istructed by his wife. Bos ton Qlobe. iTHE PROBLEM OF PLAN FOR A CHINESE AMERICAN ALLIANCE MR. TAFT'S VIEW UNITED STATES CHINA'S FRIEND (Special Correspondence.) HONOLULU, T. H September 12. The problems of Asia are fast coming to be the problems of tho world. De velopment, expansion, and reform In China are now attracting tho atten tion of tho chief capitals of Europe. It is not a Yellow Peril that demands tho attention of the Occident "today, but more the great problem of China's awakening nnd development and future place In tho world. This Is a ques tion not of peril but of progress, it is a matter that will bring compensa tion as well as competition to other great nations. America If she treats China fairly will benefit greatly by China's growth and enlightenment. New and Important trado relations are bound to bo established. The United States Is making a splendid Investment in Chinese educatlonnl advancement both at home and In China. The peo ple of China will certainly return largo dividends on these lnvesctmentd. Many believe that In the near fu ture there will be a strong commercial and educational alliance between Ame rica and China. As the two greatest nations, facing the Pacific ocean, they should be bound together in the strong' est way, to promote their mutual pro gress and prosperity. This proposition of an alliance with America is causing a tremendous stir In China today. It Is said that the "first move will be that the Chinese Minister to Washington, Hon. Wu Ting Fang, will be made an Ambassador. Mr. Taft favors a better understanding with China. He is China's friend. Speaking of tho present situation, on August 24th, Mr. Taft said: "We ought to welcome China's growth as an Independent power, for it is the blindest kind of a policy to retard tho development of a nation, In the hope of thus Increasing ours. Our greatest trade Is with our greatest neighbors. The Chinese are a great people and they ought to be helped to assume a national character. "The United States and others who favor the open door policy will, If they are wise, encourage the Chinese Em pire to take long steps In administra tive and governmental reforms and In the development of her natural re sources. I do not view with alarm the growth, of China Into a great Indus trial empire. I believe that this would greatly Increase foreign trade with China." Mr. Taft believes in a just and fair treatment of the people of China and Japan. The greatness and prosperity of the United States will truly be pro moted by the best development and progress of the neighboring nations on the other side of the Pacific. America will not stand for any policy of dis trust and oppression, but for friend ship, good feeling and commercial pro gress for all in the Occident and the Orient. China is awakening tb real progress and reform and America re joices in this enlightened advancement E. W. THWING. BOUND FOR CUBA. W. E. Shaw, who was Identified with the starting of Nahlku Rubber Co., will leave in the Alameda for Cuba, complying with a repeated cable re quest of his brother, Sumner F. Shaw, who has an option of several thousand acres of land. In a letter he received lately Mr. Shaw is advised that Cuba will be annexed before President Roosevelt retires from office. The theory Is that on the withdrawal of the American forces In February trou ble will ensue and there will be a strong appeal made to the United States to annex the island. SUDDEN DEATH. Walter S. Marchant, clerk In the money order department of the post office, died suddenly last night of heart failure. He had not -been well for some time but only complained to oth ers on Saturday evening. Yesterday evening he was visiting at the home of Mrs. Nelson, corner of Nuuanu and Vineyard streets, and at 10 o'clock he lay down on a sofa, complaining that ho did not feel well. His death quick ly followed. Mr. Marchant had been connected with the Honolulu postofflce for about nine years. He leaves a wife and two daughters at Los Angeles, California, where he formerly lived. FROM MEXICO. The following paragraph was clipped from the "El Sol," a newspaper at Hermoslllo, Mexico, it being a part of a letter to the publisher from a friend: "On my lost trip to my properltles on the frontier, my best fell with mo to the ground, wounding me badly, but by a chance provision I had brought In my valise a flash of Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and after using if I was able to continue my Journey the fol lowing day as If nothing had happen ed. I never tiro of praising this po pular liniment of of recommending it" For sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for Hawaii. S EMMA SQUARE CONCERT TONIGHT Tho band will play this evening nt Emma Square at 7:30 o'clock as fol lows: PART r. Overture "Ivan" Conterno Introduction "Iolantho" Sullivan Waltz "The Merry War" Strauss Selection "Jerusalem" Verdi PART II. Vocal Hawaiian Songs. Ar. by Berger Solection "Tho Gypsy Baron" Strauss Gavotte Intermezzo Hall "Honolulu" and "Au Moku" ...Berger "The Star Spangled Banner." . "THE HAWAIIAN CHURCH CHRO NICLE!" Now, In all humility and with all due respects to Bp. Restarlck we de slro to ask If that is not a very am biguous, confusing, as well as, mis leading name. Who, outside of tho Territory,, could even guess or surmise the moaning? It might mean the Me thodist or the Mormon, tho Roman Cath. or Indeed any other for that mast or; for, tho Episcopal church in Hawaii Is no moro the "Hawaiian Church" than is Kawalahao, is it? for instance, or, any of the native church es, In these Islands. In fact to be QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF LIGHT THREE TIMES THE QUANTITY AND A LIGHT OF BETTER QUALITY SECURED BY THE USE OF THE NEW Tungsten Lamps WITHOUT ANY INCREASE IN THE COST. Hawaiian Electric Go., Ltd King Street near Alakea. Everyday Household Needs REGAL DRESSINGS not only give a bright and lasting shine but feed the fibre of the leather and give It new life. Regal dressings will actually add a dollars worth to the wear of the shoes. REGAL POLISHER stiff bristles encased In felt loops. A few quick strokes bring a brilliant gloss to your shoes. REGAL SHOE FORMS. Slip a pair of Regal forms Mnto your shoes at night. They will keep the shoes In their original shape until you discard them. Our Regal laces, rubber heels, arch supports, etc., are superior. Shoes neatly repaired while you wait. Regal Shoe Store Modern Machine Repair Shop in Basement. 009XM09090e0009090090900090909090909090909090900090 ALIIOLANI COLLEGE PALOLO, BEGIN NEW YEAR 8EPTE)MBBR l-Sb. 1908 )bo09090909090909QQ090909090900909090909Q9Q90909 Thurlow's Cafe (Formerly Scotty's Cafe.) Cor. of Nuuanu and Merchants Streets OPEN DAY AND NIGHT AND SUNDAYS. Under the management of Al Thurlow, late Steward of the S. S. Alameda. FIRST-CLASS MERCHANT'S LUNCH 25 Cents. Panoche A delicious fudge-like bit of sweetness that will please the palate of anyone who likes sweets. We are offering fresh BUTTERCUPS, OLD TIME STICK and OLD TIME FUDGE this week in conjunction with our home-made Chocolates.. HOTEL STREET, NEAR FORT. How To Buy Writing Paper We are selling a quarter of a ream of Writing Pager this week in a nice Box for 50 cents. Blue or White. Envelopes are sold extra. Hawaiian News Company, LtL Alexander Young Building, frank we are amazed at tho choice ot tho tltlo; for, It must bo evident to nnyono who will glvo to it a serious thought, that It is a most thorough and misleading misonomer. Wo havo no personal feeling, pardon us, In tho matter and wish to all healthful and rigbteous publication, tho best of god speed. But now, at that start, would be tho timo to recall and revise, a slight inadvertenco as that, slight but "vital," as wo often toll our printer. ANNE M. PRESCOTT, Editor, Tho Honolulu Times. Sunday, Sept. 13, A. D. 1908. CAN'T HELP ITatuuV Heart disease never grows better of Itsolf. Unless something Is dono to assist its recovery, it will surely lead to death, through some chronto disorder which it has induced, or by sudden heart failure. TEe vory best restorative known Is Dr. MIIos' Heart Cure, which strengthens tho heart muscles and nerves. If first bottlo falls to benefit, money back. We haven't heard of any man mak ing a vow to let his hair grow till Bry an declines a Presidential nomination. Toledo Blade. Telephone 390.