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fcVBNINO tltU.UrrlN, HONOLULU, T. It., FiUfcAY, APR.
Automobilists, . s
We have on hand
OF SOUTH POLE TRIP
At All Times
Schumari Carriage Go.;
If You Want Some&itfg bodd1
.- --A dliA
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R E. Davis,, Agent, Wuuanu and
The Net Shawl Is the
Latest For Evening Wear
PARENTS 3M0LM.D SEE THAT
IO ATTRACTIVE AND
NEW VOUK Sir Krnca' It Slinc- though thoul.t ho fall my plans ma.-
kleton. tlio Antaro Ic explorer, iiccin.i- ',c c'ntnBeil. ,
I ratilnl Ijy his wife. Lndy Blncklo' m
"One of llio obstacles that we
STURGEON, HALIBUT, SMELTS AND SOLE. SMOKED
STURGEON, HALIBUT, SALMON, HADDIES. CALIF0R-'
HIA SQUABS. ALL BY SIERRA.
W. F. HEILBRON, Proprietor
Men's Dress Shirts
LATE STYLES IN A VARIETY OF CHECKS AND STRIPES
L AHOY, ' - NuuanuSt.
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS Oil HER OWN
ROOM; FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
fir .. '..
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
ntiMtitrnd umU fiitf (tirilillltv In irnvitl
arrived how today rrom Knghind on n hlrnlRll, UK Wo fW,,rn,n him,
IIiq steamer I.tisllnnla, of t!io Cinar 1 to miiko n detain- and practical tra
llho. Ho was accompanied ly Momrs. versed tho sumo land twlco Inn Hn
Frederick Tenth, B. I'. Ilanjaniln and glo day. It nomo times happened that I
(IcorK? A. Hnrwood, mombera of tho l:i older to Journey it sltislu m I
Transportation Club nt New l.ork. wcr forced l truvel nn uctiul dlit I
who went to Uuropo for lliu puriose timco of from lour tp nix mllci.
of escorting lilm ImcU to this conn- "Our ration. rr-iiilste'l almost n't
try. FMlier of chuenc, iiommtcin and pl.is I
Tho c.Milorcr on Mh nrrlvnl give a ln '-piUh. which nro the b?l nr.l-
highly interesting description of his d'' t '"il tli.it can 'J ou'rlod on
recont nttcniit to teach tho South SucJi a tilp. It la nwessatthat fool
Polo, when ha caino within 111 inlfo-s ohonlil rnntaln n ndnlnintnjamoiint or
of tho goal. Jlu told.of lio dimcultle molslnrc. und lit not mi tivnllabb u
that licRvt expeditions In tho South ",B '""'' "peclnlly pri'purcj Jor I'alir
Polar regions, drawliiB a parallel, lio expeditions Wc had wllli us 'a 'i:u:m-
twoen e.plornlIon there mid nt tho "er or Mamhurlan panlos. k'nd Vhen
North rule, hut nt the Bnmo tlinn ox. " Bilppllex ran whort we killed theo
precsed hU c'onnilenco that Captain nnlmaU ono at n (lino anil uACil thclrj
Hcr.tt, or tho Ihltlsh Nay, who Ik to carcurrs it ioou.
utart on nn cxuedltlon In July, will ha Almost In 3lpht of Pole,
pucccssrnl. I "I'rom the fnttlicrent V)lnt wo reacli.
To Go to Washlnnton. 1 O'1 tliero was a Htrn'ght plateau to
No formal rrccptlon had linsn pro- ! South Polo and our Journey ovo'r
phrW Tor Lieutenant Shacklnlon. Im-I Ihnt dlntancB woula have lieen con.
modlatoly after disembarking ho prti- j "hlerably e-iler dun ut oilier BtugeD
eccded to tho Hotel Manhattan nnd ! "' tho IHp had our food supply been
later In tho Hftcrnoon will take tho ' mifllclent. If there had been it IiIkIi
Congregational Muiltrd on tho Peiin-1 glacier or tome oilier ciulnenco ut
ylvanla to WaMilnslon. His rtay In I this point It would have been posslblo
llil.i enuntiy will he of lluee nrJnths'l for us to hno neeu. by moans of glass
duration und Is for tho purpose of do-1 es'.tlr uxnet poln". where the Polo Is
llvcrlng lectures on Ills expIoiatiouK lt loratcd. Allogother we J'jurneyod go
tho Koulh. In;; mid ruining 1.73,'i rtatuto mllo3,
Tho lust time ho, was hero was tn j tlioiwli our h'lso was only 750 mlle'i
1803, when he reached New York nf-j away from tho Pole. Tha extra 500
ter leturnlng from un Antarctic trip miles was ndded to our tilp In rtnklngi
by wuy of San I'ranslxcn. Strangely th iMihiik that wire wctMry" '
enough, today was tho aiinlveisary of. In every way, I.lcu'cuant Shackle-
ton said the four men In tho party
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a?.;.: rm i:,tr,: itfssinwii - : .'7t
Kxr . .rxx j-.ii ,i?wbb;j --.k'
y'i. If rrumtiiiimm - ;;'
iiT ip , fry f 'ti ,ii jBKHHHHHHJ
1K WELL AIRED.
dtm novelty -tlio UPt fhawl.
with tlio dress worn, tho colors Heine mtliT deep and striking,
fiiii:i'r: l. n movrment on
nwr this country to bewiury tn
Our rlilhlrcn pinl .thfl granUr rtj
.. tii ir d'iy in it. lm iiKir " ""(
inid. mi' oinforlalite deifcJ and lifiichis
nffrrt lti.m I1.11I1 mentally and phys-j
I ally It U hid enrt'lh to cramp tlnj
aiusiies of n growing rhlLl. Jt If :it-
is hud to dwarf Its love fur tno noauu
(11' by ogly surronnillnKs. -s
Softly lomil wnlh are merely ft n"'T
linn rf n can of point, nnd paint Is nn
xp-iisivc. A few Kod prints nnil
photogrnpli?, not to speak of chenn
enstK. may r siippllrd for n rinall sunt
by tho pnri'iits tliemielvcH If the school
lioanl Is not suir.clently Intcrestfd. ,
Children rcrnnnil l tln'lr arround-
ingn. AllhouRh they my be de5tmc
tlve by mliire, .they are soon, evrt
iKTiinx iliolr will". Iinprcsscil tiy
b-nuty of harni'inlous surroundl
nnd tlK-y want In kcp things nice
things nre made nice for them.
A lovo of lliwi ra nnd growing thlng.ij
tihouM bo' Instilled turly Into the licarl
or every child. The walls of the
seboolliouso should bo muds beautiful
with vines, and the tehool grounds
should be planted with (lowers and
vines by tin students. )
A good llbrniy should Yti estsbllshe
In every school for tif tH-nfflt of t1il
scholars, where they may obtain (IcUoit
and history sailed to Ihelr years ln-
stead of the MiMlltoblo nnd sometime
dangerous books they obtain from tho
general libraries. Tho hooks thould ba
of tho sort that form character without
being priggish. The glrln' looks should
make them tnoro womanly: ino uoys
stories should help tho latter to grow:
up manly. Thero Is plenty or goon,
fiction along tbeso !lnu.
Ijist nnd not least, tbo ventilation oc
the scboolhauee should b abov re
proach. II Is Indeed useless to tludr,
In a close almorphare, and many ensea
of stupidity aro without a ilsubt dr.o t
TIP3 FOR KNITTERS.
Homo knitted stockings ran alwaysf
bo depended upon to outlast csvcral
successions of inachtno' mado hosej
There nre, howecr, many Itttli device
by which old fashioned knitters used to
Increase still further the wer.rlng'capa-
blllttes of socks and rhootlng stockings
which were .Intended for very hard usa.
Ono of the most effective method
eonsfsteil In knitting u strand of stile
Into tho subslanca of tho work wheni
turning tho heel or making the toe.'
The silk Is used at tho ramnlme ns
tho wool, tho two strands being simply
knitted together. "
In choosing the silk an exne.t match'
must, 'of course, bo procured, It possl-
le, so that the mixture Is not Vistula
1 . . .... 1 ... ...!..... ..1.. ....... a .1........ ........ft... .1... .... alm.l.l .Pl.lu.
.. 1.. ... .- ..-.1 .. .1-..1....... ... - fT..n....u. ' from cither the right or the wrong sldo.i
, , J o , rrhli. TitlfM'lInn la mnh 1. nfiflr-tBi
nblo than Is the ease If the heels nnd'
toes nro darned wllh wool or silk nfter'
the stockings aro finished and before
they are worn. A fuvorlto plan In by-'
gone days whero school children's hosa
was concerned was, tliat of slltr.l-.ing;
n r'eco of ihamols leather on the In-
ON SELECTING MEAT.
In purchasing beef Inko notice of the
color. Tho lean will bo a. bright red,
Mucked vlth spots of tledr while fat
and suet linn and white. If the fat hn
yellow, don't buy the meal. You may
bo imro It Is stale. Veal shou.d be f.it,
fina grained and white. If loo l.irze It
will be toush, unpnlutubln and un
hcJllhy. Ill selecting multon seek
rinall bones, blmrt legs, plump, line
grJliicd meat, and be siiro that the lean
li dark culorrd not light and bright
red like bicf. Tlw Cat should be Oillo
Three hard bidled eggs, one rnw egg.
thlee latiUspoonfuls each of breud-
cruinbH and grated choese, a small bulf
leoMi-Honlul of eurrv tMiu-iler. cnvemio I
nnrt salt I" taste, breadcrumbs, egg side of the slocking or sock nt the bed '
and f.it for frying. Cut tho egg.lnl swhero frlcllun Is crcatost. !
snmll plecei, add to the crumbs, clu'rmj , . - . .r
und curry powder umi flavor, tu tilslo - - - - - .
with cayenne and salt. Mix with u
run egg and shape lIKo inullon cutlets.) CENSUS TAKERS ' '
I'lp In egg and then III breadcrumbs! ,,-.,, ,.. ...,
iinil frv III IhiIIIiis fat. Jlniln on n-.il.i.rl OUTNUMDER AnMY
and servo very hot garnished- wlini
ono of tho Important oven's In con
ncctlun with his scientific nchlove
monls. Just r.nvcii yoars ugo hu ar
rived nt Littleton, N'uw Zealand, oil
tho fishing schooner Nlmrod nfler (inn
aayo.l :n their weight. They would!
cut otf pieces or cloth weighing- oipj
onnco fiom tliclr cluhlng In order to
llghleu Ilia burden of their march
of his efforts lo roach tho Sou'h Pole. , Their1 clothing, fctrango to ray, waa
jTlicro are many thlngj thr.t flvOr nor m?iln of fur. nnd In fils ennnect
South Pqlar oxpluiatlona over lluw. ' (lo:i .Lieutenant Sliackloton nal'.l thatl
In the Norlh," uuld Lieulgnaut Bhar ho had midonhtcdly loat ejirta Willi i
klcton ns tlio Lusltalila mado her way thu Ilrltlsh small buys, who hud tho I
up tho Hay In tho Cunsid I.I110 plcr.M-Ica.1lht every polar explorer must h
"In Ibo South there Is llltlo drifting sw,itlicd In (urs. 'llie rlii'liliiR ir.ey
Whlt6 llouso In picEent Sir Krnost nnd
l.mly SlinrKlelon. Tomorruiv evening
thero will ho n banquet In his honor,
and after tha", the National .Gc-gr.v
1 lilcnl Society will hold Its u.eslliis.
At llila tneoilns Sir Inost Hhaoltlc
ton will he Introduce.! and PrstHent
Taft will present to hlui tho gold me
dal or tho Kocjc'.y.
Ho will icthrn to this city on Mcp
day and make Ids headquarters nt (ho
Hotel Astor. Sir Urnest will Speipl
thro; iiionlhs In this country, during
which tlmu ho wilt deliver lectures 11:1
"far heit Soulh."
leo nnd It Is rad r lo entail Ish n bape
closer to tho South Po'o than It Is t.i
the North Pole. On llio other lliliul
wuiu van prepaid from the hides or
reindeers In u peculiar r.rmnvr h'i
I anliindem, Tho luslerlal nfl"r b:-J
ho-Aovcr thero Is more animal life In' Ing soaked well, was hung mil to rt-y,
tho North mid Hip weather rn.ulilnnsani then llio "l.a))UuJer wunr'ti wciild
KING OF ALL
WILL HOLD THE BLADE OF ANY
, SAFETY RAZOR
' For stropping Gillette Keen Kutter, Gem Junior nnd
Ever Ready. Save your Blades, at an cxpenSo of 50 CENTS.
Benson, Smith fe Co.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
HAAS 0ANi)iESJ HAVE ARRIVED
nr? better In some 1 ospects. It In not
so windy Ihen; nor tm cold.
132 Mile -Wlni Near Pol;.
"WI1II0 the moan avci iri tempr.v'
turo for winter und summer eoi.ib'.u
cd nt a illstanco of 7.10 piilua fronr the
pultj Is irtijy one degree below zero
Fahrenheit It hi nut unusual to oxpo
1 lone.? sixty-two fleirrcor. Imtirv mil a
wind volocllyWir 1712 uitb an hour. 1
persona'ly round such weather condi
tions uu out) or ii)y trlpi. Trnvollug
In Klich weather Is ImposHlhlu vlid thu
only thing that ono mil d'J Ik tu )lo
down In his 'Hlrrjplnic , tuck and wilt
until tho wind' has died dowii. The
high winds In lact lurtiNh one of tho
great iUfflruIllPB'ta cspluri'M, nsjl Is
Imposalblo to inarrii iviirn itiero la a
velocity of from fifty tu teventy miles,
which Is frequent.
"Dlsrovtfiles tliat huvo been madu
up to tho present time have proven
that there Is n continent In tho Ant
arctic 'of ubout 4 OOO.n'OO square miles
Thinks Scott Will Sueceee1. J
"Thq only thing that stoml baiween
iih anil our destination op tlio last trip
wns 150 pounds of bo: Id food. Had It'
been posslblo tii'cn'rry thai amount ol
supplies wth us In addition lb what
wo hud iilrendy packed, I tint confid
ent wo would have wartied tho Polo.
Kor Hint reason I ferl rcpmnnhly eer
tuln that Ciiptain Rcnlt will bo sip--coBsful
on thu uxpuJltlvli which he
begins In July. While Paptnln Scot
Is in. thu field I personally shall mak
chr-v It- In nidcr to maVo It plllblo ;
i!L ' . A.'s. i... v..-.: . -nt.., .i...,... .
ino muiciiai wns e.ini-11 uiMiv.iM
They nlMi woro light wind-proof coat I
similar to (lie ordldary raluiirouf coil.
In this way limy aawl ctinHl.lor&b'.e
yelght, their whole losluino wcIrUI.is
from twelvo to fourteen pounds.
Polo' Is Cetolats.
Aecbrdlng In Lieutenant SlmcKlclon,
the Smith Pnlu Is fir mtiro il-Mihto
than tho Norlh Pole In. The sua Jour
ney to tho Antarctic, he n-ild, N n
jtseat ileal worse llrm that lo thu Arc
tlo un account "f Hie ruughnuss of tho
sea. Ono thing In favor of the Antsre
tie. ho mild, was ilml lllore iv'u it"
leo prcsKiiro I'tid cnnrequ'iitly 110 dl'i-
gcr of tho cxnlowr'B hont li.-Iuj cm .li
ed'. . Lieutenant Shaekletoii told or l wo
Incidents which occurred nurln tho
Hip. I-'or ho una, Ills thico roiuunlons
hud for tholr prliiclpal topic or conver
sallon n b'ninll four ounce tin of Ktig
llsh plum pudding- They had luken
along with them as n treat one can of
rai dines, ono tin of Kugllsh J.tm nnd
11 plum pudding. When lliey found
that thov hhoiild not pull uny more
tt'olght 'Hum llity cuulil posfclhlyhelp
lliey ilecjilfil Innt H would bo neces
sary to louvo tho tin or Jam nnd thu
Juirilnes u their headqunrteia. but lhoy
clung to the plum midding for a feast
on ClulKtmuH Day.
Lli'titonnnt Sliackloton will go to
Washington on the Consrelonal Llm
Itod Tomorrow, lit Wabhlngton, Mr.
.ramea Hrjeo. the lliltlsh AniUanaailnr,
no other utteinpt to reach, the Pole, will luivo u npfclal uudlcnco at tho
NUW YOUK, March 25. Sir Krnost
C. Slmckletiin, tho. IlrltlsU Anlarctlc
uxpfnrer, wllh ijiiy Shacklolon nrrt.v
i'il ip NewYork today on the I.inllnnl'n.
Ho liriMM f"r Wiithliigton IhW arte;
copji nt r. o'clcck, and 'ns the rtuost of
Amliaif.ndpr Jlrj'co will he preenle.l
to IiHdent Tuft temorrow. Wlillo
In Washington he .will nlro Tu
uwiiVriiM u medal by the National
OciriphlR Society of America.
Uoft his nrrlvill bete tho Vxplorur
went, to tho Miuihnttan Hotel whoro
he 'is llio guett of 13. P. lleiijaniln,
president' of llio Trnnxpoitntlon Club.
Mr. lloiij.iinln camo. Willi tho party
AUJie'd noueein'lrg his plniij Mr fu
ture Antoictle' biiploriijlon And study.
Sir Krnea' sthloj today that ho ox-
pectod to rcsuinu' nutlvo yi'orlt In tha,t
line hext year. Details of bin plans
hrivu net yet been nrrnngsd..
SpoakiiiK if tlio lateit rop-ift con
cerning. Dr. Cook th'o Arctic OTpiofor,
in tho efto-t that ho lnd uxpun-loil
neatly a)l llio profits from his iotlltros
and thu original r.tory of I1I.1 ctaliiiol
dlu'iiyory of tho Polo, tho man who
reached "farthest South'' smiled, ,
"I really know llttlo oliant It, rind
would prefer not to d(scuss Ik, yon
know.. 'It s n ubje;t which should
not be considered casually," ho said.
Sir L'rni'st will return In New
York and give his Hist .lecture In this
country oh Ills Antarctic, trip ut.'Chr
neglc Hull. hue next Tuesday nlgl'il.
Ilo oxiie'cls to spend 'about tin 00
ninntlis In the United Stnt'o.s hud Cnu
nda. Shackle.ton Insisted there was not
tho slightest doubt that ths Rnutli
Polar expedition of Captoln Scoit.
which Is to start nnxt July, will bo
successful. He denied, however, that j slinlkht
ho luul any Intention of making uu- publican.
I WASHINGTON. 1). C. April 10.
With tho break of day Friday, a host of
other expadlion until after tho Scott 76,00'd Intorrc-gatofs, nieii an'd women,
party has Its chnnce. Ho said, how! 'white nnd coloreiL, wlllho turned loosb
ever, that an n result of his pioneer- j in bursult of thu pcoplo of tho United
Ing work the noxt paity will have States. On that day Undo Snm will
n 'comparatively easy tack in reach-' begin tho numbering of his children In
lug the goal. pteparntlon for tho 13th census. Hi)
"ll will nil be 'a queslloi; of u sufll- estimates that he has u tamlly of about
clcnt food supply," 'ho said. "I n'm , OO.OOOoOO, men, women and chlldreri,
certain that from tho Kilnt where wo nnd ho already has' em ployed and will
turned back thero Is nothing but Hat
leo to the Pole. Of that I am cer
tain, for although tho horizon was only
four miles on, the level surface, I
would have licpn ali'o lo dclcc nny
high land lo llio south with my
COOK HIDES IN
put to work n body of enumerators con
siderably greater than tho standing
Tho cnupieratlnn will cover all of tlio
45 ntatci nnd two terrjtorcs of Out
Union proper nnd also Hawaii and Por
to Itlco, Alaska, the Phlllpplno Inlands
and flu'nm will not bo Included, nn
special arrangements nro mado for
N ANDES numbering tho people of those'.scctloiM.
I Under tho statuto covering tho work,
D.lecredited "Dlsedijerer" of Pole Seen tho entire enumeration must bo- com-
By Party of South American Tou-' plcled within a month and In tho cities
rists. I tho work Is limited lo 15 days. It Is
., .,. T .. - .. expected that somo or tho returns from
TKENTQN N. J-. April IJ.-Hirmor no c w, b rPCClvC(1 aa eariy ',
?fiWr E5"& ,a.;,C,0o t -ek in June, but the , exact
through South America, reports seeing lIu ntlon of tho entire country will
Dr. Frederick A. Cook tho discredited nut ll0 uctcrrrilnod bctoro Soplemhor.
discoverer or thu north pole, In n for- Tho Inquiry will comprise three
snken village known 11s Chllascolcs on principal branches population, agrl-
the Chilean shin or thu Amies, Mrs. culture and mining und manufacturing.
Cook was with him. Tho questions will cover tho acreage.
When Iaicoc.k and his party, which tno valuo nml ,ll0 )ir,,duct pt farms, In-
n.P,!I: ' .1 r' v i"rt ?.K?ry !' eluding nn especial cnumeratlori of am-
riiown Hills, N. .1. arrived at the v ,.. . ' ,. .;., ,. invet,i
lago they n.!ind that the natives were ma,B- f lt,w)l' tn" cl ' L1"
lulklng In whlspors about two htrsn- ,1,e va,,ie ,,r I"110"1 an,x tho nnmh'it
geis who iiad nppnrcntly located at of employes of mlntiiB nnd manufaoi
llio pare, llie vtliagefs' tbonght they luring plains.
Will Cott $5,5CO,OOOv
Tho more gutting of tho InformalUm
'will cost the s'lvernment tho pretty
sum of JSiJO.dOO. Of this amount, ft,
COO.000 will .be palil to enumerators
and tho remaining million to super-
were fugitives from American Jift'ce,
uno metniier or nancccKs pa" w 1
lioslflvo tho man iibnut whom '
scorned 'to lm so tnnch mystery .n
txictor (,'oiik, Tlio latter had throaton
ed dirt) natives with physical harm If
,!.., .....iu,n.i i.in ...ie.. n i.tM...i. 11 .
III..J .uijtvniuil Mfn nil" III lllllis,lt. iv . ....... . ii- , .1
seemed gloomy and determined to bo Wir. wim u iew excupuu,., ....
nlono us, much ns possible, Mrs. Cook enumerators will be paid on tho basis
was apparently, much, depressed, ' of the work done. In tho country tho
Two members of Hancock's party remuneration .will he from 20 to 30
had witnessed the, rorcpllon given tho cents for each' farm reported, while
oMilorer upon his nrrlvnl in New )ln lmy for nAmea will rn'ngo from 3
York on hb return from the north, t0 cetB. tio districts will nveraga
Allhough the,y Holed a great clinngo In ,i,0(j namCa 1000 In tho .country nnd
the ii)pcarnnce of tliv one llmo liero -00o . .. .. . 1
llw.v u'i.in ...wlllv,. II u-n. 1,,, 1Vv.nr 1Ul'U "' ,nn CU
Hook ndmlttcd his Identity, hut refused i
to 'discuss tho yharscs mado' ngalnst
No wonder the Ycrkes pictures
ibroiiRht good prices. Miiny of them
'. '.. ' were as flneV ns oap advertlsomonts.
I't may not' be ah dangerous, hut it isn't difficult fdr the rivernge
whllA'thn War agalnn thoro'ur-footi hViln to' slay married nfler. I"' once
itajprni la on w)iy not make It covar'gats used to It. Chicago Nnws,
tho six-root feather that sticks Milwaukee evidently thinks It hni
no-, dono something smart, afnt maybe It
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