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KVHNWO lUlLLETtN. HONOLULU T If, TUESDAY, OCT. K, 1910,
Getting Statistics For Esti
mate of Expense Is Giv
' inci Sonic Bother.
The super? Islhg prlnrlp.il kjslrai
that lii' bt'cli inlnidiirul In Hi"
schools thioiighinit the Islands 1b, iu
cqrdlng to tho ropuit of Superlnteii-
dent l'ope, working out to tho ndvunt
i'iro nf tlii schools be.ler tlmti any
nyst,em liorenloro nttenipled.
'Under tlie new ystem It Inn been
possible to m commodate n coiiFlder
ubjo largei nunil'pr ot pupils tli.m
ever before us earh supervising prin
cipal luit certain tnriltory to look lif
ter liibteuil of one mull tnlng to do
Tlio new system has not done away
with the crowded condition entirely
hut it lini eliminated u gicut number
of perplexing leuttircs mid tlmt of It
r.i'lf 18 gto.tt help In Riving eiluco
lliin to n4 liiiinv ns posslhlo with tlio
rcIiooIIioiisoh now in the Territory.
Tlio compiling of it coircct estimate
of the etpclises of tho schools of tlio
Territory In giving Superintendent
I'opo town llltto bother ovr the fact
that ho cannot seem to get tho Btn
lltlcatluitjliv desires fiom tliusg.ln
charge of life schools, or from the
different county auditor?
Among tho statistics Is tho yearly
i cist ot maintenance, thin having bean
lent from Hawaii when Mr. Ilabhltt
was superintendent and hefoie the
counties wero given school Jurisdic
tion. Now, hovccr, Mr I'opo Inn
found It Impossible to gather these
llguics, his own figures loprcscntlng
but a poitloti of the expense He
Mated yesterday that lie laid written
many timet to the county auditors and
engineers, but many of thcc have not
JAMES R. KEENE VERY ILL IN LEXINGTON, HOSPITAL.
i s l.A': gt -tjr ,trf8P!
LKXIXGTOS, Ky , Sept. K, Jane '
l has hi en fceurloualy 111 at tlio Oood
Samaritan ho.'pltal hero for nnver.il
days He contracted pueunionl.i soma
niita ago, and for u tlmo his life wan
u p.iirod of. IIU.Min, Koxhiill Keene,
liai been nt bis father's bed.ildc most
Keenr, noicil turfman aid brok'-r, i ot the limn fur the pant two weeks
It Interests Everyone Who Has
Dyspepsia, Indifjcstlon or
Any Form of Stom
Bomo suffereri from ftoniitch t rouble
have no upK-tIto and even tlio eight ol
food Is tlitateful to them, (libera liavo
n rateimm npictiti. Tho lnt condition
Is worse than tho first for tin' continual
overloading of thostnumrh further weak
em that organ, tho fund lies lindlgestoil,
pas forms mid tho liody lieeoines bloated.
The blood, lntend of obtaining nourish
ment from thodlgeslltosji'tcm, lsK)ion
lit by it ami pains spread to tbn back,
tho head and other portions of tho liody.
1.1 lie tin' other organs thoctuinach calls
upon tho Woo 1 for strength and nourifh
nu'iit to sustain it in its daily work. It
now rect-'iios n supply loaded with poi
sons, or "toxins,'' us they nro railed.
Thus tho stomach !oioiH itself, a pro
cess known by phslriam as "auto-in-toxleatlon,"
When this ttmilition is reached there is
ono way to remedy it nod that is to fne
tho blood from these iolons and then,
by u rich, pure-supply of blood, to build
up tlio strength of the weakened stomach
and luui'lj to do tho work required ol
them. Dr. Williams' I'ink lllli combat
tho pui'ons in the blood and enable it to
reytoro tho digi"tlo unrniis to health ami
tivngth. ThoU-t proof isniurolike
"Alsiut sit years ni," says, Mr. R.
A. llrynii, of ea la, .Mo., "I legan to
uller wllh Miiimii'h trouble. It was
brfujlit mi by oveiwork ami ierliais by
3er-e.itlng. Them werowven1 pains in
my stomach. 1 ha 1 n ravenous npjictito
but the foo I I uto dil not digest. My
toinuch was hlo.ilcd at times anil was
very sore. My back was weak and there
nas n dull aching pain arrows it.
"I tisik tho doctor's medicino for sev
eral months but It did not help me. Then
I I-.m:i ii'iiu IT Williams' I'ink Tills
I tin. I not taken the.u ninny days before
I nnileel lichnnm) for tbolnlhT. Itook
tbo pills until I was entirely curctl. My
zenernl health h good and I liavo not
Isi'ii sick finre. I can riToiiiniend Dr.
Williams' Tink Mils ery highly."
Dr Williams' I'ink Tills aro sold
by all druggistflor direct hy mall, irnit
paiil, on iptvlpt of price, fV js.'rlx;
lix lmxes, ?J AO. A diet IkkiH will l
cut free, by tbo Ilr. Williams Medicine
Company, Schenectady, X, Y.
AT POLICE COURT
Three One-Year Terms
Ordetecl By Judge
j What Army and Navy j
I ; Folk Are Doing:
Midshipman S. W. King was ad
IjciI, by orders iccclted on tho Man
churia yesterday to report for duty
on tho U. H. a. South D.ikota at Maro
Island. MhlHliipman King has had
Bomo ttoublo with his eyes, and while
hero In tlio Islands spending n lcavo
bo has been under tnalmcut fur them.
It Is probable that bo will leao
on the; tilicrldnii, which la duo hero
about Thursday from Manila.
WASUINOTON, I). C.', Sept. 22.
Army ordeiu: Second Lieutenant
lleiijaniln L, Carroll, 1'hlllpplsio
Srouts, will repoit to tlio command
ing oftlcor of Jefferson Ilarracks for
temporary duty, thenco to San Kriin
clfco mid sail about November t for
tho Philippines for duty.
Navy ordcic: Tasscd ABslbtant
Surgeons M. A. May and II. L. Dol
lard aro detached Charleston to
Naval Hospital, Mare Island.
tenant William It. Stiuidlford, clgn.tl
corps, who h:i been unsigned to the
Second Lieutenant tl. U. t'cytuu, le
ccntly appointed from clli life, hui
been usslgned to 'the l'lril Field Ar
tillery for duty.
Captain Udwurd J. Tlmberlnk'e,
toast artillery coips, with station at
Fort linger, Hawaii, haa been pro
moted to tbo grade of m.ijoi, First
Lieutenant Kraucli; J. I.ehr, co.t.t r
lllleiy cor's, with ctalion nt Kort
Mouiue, hag besa promoted to tho
guide of captain to till t'.iu vacancy.
VALLi:jO, Sept. 22. Ilear-Ad-ml
nil (lllcs It: Ilarlicr. United States
Navy, connnunderdn-clilcf of tile Ta
cltlc crtilrer rqu.idiou, Is to bo do-'
tached from duty upon tbo nrrlvnl
of tho Ihigrhlp California and lierl
sitter phlps, the Colniado and tho
Tcnnsylvanla, nt H.tn l'rnnclsco from
Vulparalso on or about October 1.
The news of tho detachment nr-j
rived ut Mare Island today from
Washington and It was alto staled
In tho dlsp.it h Hint lleur-Admlrall
Ulchard Harry, United States Navy,'
In command of the scmul division j
of tho licet, with headquarters on
tho West Virginia, at present nt
Maro Island, will succeed him. Har-
her, after being detached, will lcavo.
. . . ... tt.l.l M.I I..
JOT HIS 11111110 "I IMIllllluii:, ., "
H.tiunlnlng and EiicrvlLli'g I)3"ta'
Surgeon John 8. MiiiBhall, now ntthu
(lent nil Hospital at tho Trc3idl, liai
been ordered to Colunibes liarr.irlin
for duly, i dieting Dontal t'urr.coii'
Haiold O. Scolt, who goes to Kort
Captain V. K. Halt, Klft 'unlh Pi
fantry, has bcen.plaied on tho rcllred
list or the ar:i y on account of phys
ical dlsablll'y. Oil II e leipiect of tho
Uoternor of Wyiinilng bo has been ilo
tnlled by tho War Department In duty
with tho militia of that State.
Judge Andriiila handed nut three
leniences of one year thl3 morning at
the Police Court. Jose Plguero.t, who
Hccmtt to bate lonsldcrablo illlllcully
In keeping out ot Jail, wim given
twclto months at tho Ascli Saultor-
liiin and, its It wan for uteullug a bot
tle of Srolch whisky and olio dollar
from it Porto Itlcitn, Joso will bo out
of the way of temptation to drink for
coiiio tlmo to come.
The oilier man to get sentenced was
I -in I KcUoa, a Hawaiian who had
pleaded guilty to two ctmrGCi ono of
larceny and -the other of vagrniiey.
He wu3 git en ono year In each case,
and the sentences weru cumulative.
Lani entered n Jupancso store, and
tried to wink the combination of tlio
cafo, but did not surceed In getting
anything of value.
At tho Inquest Into thc.cnusu of
dcMth of Miilkal Mnkalinl, who died
from Injuries received in a llro nt
Pdlitiuu on Saturday night, the cor
oner's Jury returned a vcnllct of
death from nccldental burning. Cor
ouer.ClKirlca I'ouo prcbttlcd at tho n
W'ci.klj II u 1 1 e 1 1 n if I per ear,
Tlicre is no preservative or
' artificial coloring used in
, i .I i
' Heinz '57' Varieties
r i I . ri
They are preserved in the
cane sugar, spices, vinegar,
etc., and are absolutely pure.
Your Grooor.Hns Them
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 20.
Army ordcrsii Tho following tcconil
lieutenants, recently uppolntcd from
civil lire, nro assigned to rcglmcntB:
Wliltmun It. Connoly to tho Klghth
Infantry, nnd will report to tho com
manding officer at Kort Mcliierson,
(in, for temporary duty; thciicu to
tho Presidio, Monterey, and Join Ida
Uussell P. Hnrtlo to tho Twentieth
Inlnntry, and wlI reimrt to tho com
iiiiindliig onictr 'at Wnsliliinttiii, 1). C,
for temporary duty: thenco to San
Kranclsco for 'temporary dutv pen
ding sailing 'of transport, when ho
will Join his regiment.
Kverctt Collins to tho Kourlccniii
Cavalry, and report to commanding
officer at Kort Kthan Allen, Vt, for
lemjiorary duty: thenco to San Fran
cisco for temporary duty, pending
milling ot transport for Philippines.
Iakivo or ubFoiico for two months Is
granted Major George II. Penrose,
nnnrterin.istcr. Philippines division.
Navy orders: Assistant Surgeon II.
11. Uinu Is detached from tho naval
station, Ilnwull, to hospital, Cunncoo.
WASHINGTON. D. C, Sept. 2C
Colonel John P. Wlsscr, military at-
tacho at tho Kmbasav in liornn until
a year or so no, has been assigned
in tnkn command of the San Kran
clsco Coast Aitlllery district January
15, 101 1. Ho Is at pioscnt statloncu
nt Kort Sciovcn. (la.
rwintr in tlin Imunrtanco now being
given to tho Prchjdlo post by tho War
Department, tho selection of Colonel
Wlsscr Is something or u dibtlnctloir.
A lino personality nnd an earnest sol
dier, who Is art woll nn nctlvo llgnro
In social circles, makes tho announce
ment of tho traniifcr good nows for
Hiln Kranclsco. Colonel Wlssor was
on tho Coast somo years ugo, una It
bus been his great dcslro to Jio sta
tioned thcro ugnln ever since ho re
turned from Berlin.
POLITICS A PART
IN PRIZE CONTEST
Youthful Campaigners In Race
for Newsboy Honors Use
STANDING OF LEADERS.
1 J. Carvalho.
2 John Hoomaua.
3 Ed. rccpoc.
4 Jas. Hawaii.
Whitney & Marsh
A Grand '
of ' ? i
for Afternoon and Evoning Wear
and w -;A
Now Being Made
All our Kariiionts are exclusive and
Tho ron'est among tho Hill lot In
ncwboB for.thc prizes offered to (lib
best Belters has hctlled ilown to a con
sistent, constant test of selling wits
between tho two leaders, "Hutch" Car
vnllm mill .lolm Hoomaua. lC.lcll of
those boys has sold more than flvo
thousand papcis kince tlio priio con
leul Iiit:hi unit but ll few n.l'licra ill V-
Ido tho two boys Willi Hutch slightly
In tho lead. Tho fortuimtn ono oi tneso
limn, ulwi wilt lead lit tho close will
n'lo n KlnillnL' blevrln nnd tho other
a suit of clothes. IJoth of tnem liavo
outdistanced the other belters and all
thoy now liavo to rear Is each oilier.
Neither has concccded victory to liU
Tho race between Pockc nnd tin
ivnii lu fiilrlv close nnd n suiblcn show
ing bt oncigy on tho part of cither
would chnngo their standing.
Ollvcrp has tho best of 11 ror tpo
fifth position, which secures tho last,
tirlrn i, imlr of shoes, he Is not at alt
suio, pf victory as It Is rumored that
Alumn is-iiiustcilng'Miiiiiort una enen
gy enough to get hlni the- rootwear.
I'lilllleu mnv tm :i subivct ot general
cnmincnt In most places In -tho Islands
but lu no wlso Interests ineso nrcaii
camera who congrcgnto every after-
iirinn in Din hlc van! back of the II u 1-
Ictln ptllco. Tho linos nio very
clotely drawn as nil of tbo leaders
imv.. iiiiinv nilbnrents who nro working
with boy-llko entliuslasni for their inv-
oilto and tho efforts of tho loader's
lieutenants to sccuro support from tho
itiffoiont factions, Is nn education In
politics, ns It Is In tho boy world.
THE GRABOWSKY TilUCK
. 1. VA. 2 AND 3 TONS
A KKMOVAIIM3 POWHll PLANT; Htirdcued Steel lUJSIIINCiS In 4
every working part; UMKltOHNCY CONDENSING CHAMIIlill; POSI-,
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HONOLULU TOWER WAQON CO., Agents V
Phone 21C0 ' ' . 875 South Street, NcarjKing
i to whit kind ol iho you winl lo wear)
Pay our ilote v'uit and Id ui ihow you ln
laleit tlyltt la
and you'll be no long'r in doul I. No oilier
teady.to.weal ilio can bi cnipai'ti vvilh
them !oi dainty ityle no.-i ihe itl, fit
and .omloil iniuicd by Rtc'l quatlv-iltci.
Colonel John A. l.undeon, nt pron
tnt In command ot tho artillery dis
trict of San Kranclsco uud by vlrttio
of being senior olllcer nt tho post, in
command or tho Prcslillo, has bold
his piesout position for the past four
years, and Is relloved on account of
the cjcplnivlou of his present dotnll.
Hmlng Cnlonol I.unilcen's udmlnls
Irnllnn n niMiib'r of limirovcmontB
hate benti inudo nt tho iirniy poatB,
nnd, a higher degree or ifflclency In
Ibo hauillll'g or hoavy ordnance by
the men of "tlio coast urtlllory corps
has Leon attained than has hoicto-
fore been thought possible.
Ho Is tho second ranking colonol
nr In, f-nnsir ni'llllorv ii tut a rumor bus
been persistently circulated recently
10 tllC OlICCI tout IIP la niiwu lu ,w
honoicil by promotion to -the grudo of
$4.00 UsV tA
Pniiiiimiiiini- llni-li Itoilmun. - III a
N., Is expected to arrive nt Mare' is
land In n few davs to rsllovo Com
mander K. A.'Andorron ub luspcclliiB
olllcer. Commander Hodman was re
cently In command or tlio Cleveland,
and Is In tho Kust on leave. Com
mander Anderson expects to lonvo ror
Panama In n few days to tnko com
mand of the "gunboat Vorktown, re
Moving Coininuiidcr Victor Illuo, who
Is ordered to duty ni chief of start of
tho Pacific licet.
The Most Delicate Garments
I.AUNDKIIKD WITHOUT 1NJUHY
FRENCH LAUNDRY J. Abadic, Prop. 777 KINO ST.
I'lrst' I.leuleniint Asn I. Singleton
has been detailed lo duty with tho
signal torps and Is onlored to Port
U, A. Jlusbcll, lelleilng PI rut Meu-
Tjte first aid .j6 'a ,veak
stomach, aluKRish , liver or
constipated bowels should be
the Bitters, because it has
proven its right to be called
"the best." It is for Indifes
tion, Costiveness and Malar
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