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nVCN'INQ nUI.I.RTIN, HONOLULU, T II WKD.VIMIMY. NOV 10. 1010.
When a remedy his lived for over thirty years, steadily
growing in popularity and influence, and thousands upon
tliousahds of' women declare they owe their very lives to it,
is it not reasonable to believe that it is an article of great
We challenge the world to show any other one remedy
for a special class of disease which has attained such an
enormous demand and maintained it for so many years as
has Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, the famous
woman's remedy for woman's ills. Unless it is a very good
medicine and the claims made for it are honest, such a record
would have been impossible fraud or misrepresentations
would long ago have been detected and the business gone
into oblivion. Read this unsolicited letter:
MellKMiriip, IowftS "I suffered for ninny yenrs with female,
troubles, iiiflntnmiitinn, and bearing-down pains, so that I was
umtblo todoiuy uork.
" Iivdla E.lMnkhnni's VcsrctaMo Compound was recommended,
Riidl um so thankful for tlio great jroort It has done mo. I feel
that I nm a llvliip advertisement for this medicine as I liavo
Influenced so many of my friends to uso It, so thankful nm I
that It restored mo to health." Mm. Clara Watcriuaun, It. D. 1,
When a woman like Mrs. Watcrmann is generous enough
to write such a letter as the above for publication, she
should at least be given credit for a sincere desire to help
other suffering women. For we assure you there is no
other reason why she should court such publicity.
Wesayitinallsinccrityandfricndship try this medicine.
For 30 years T.yclla E. rinlclinm's Vegetable
Compound has been tlio standard remedy for
femnlo Ills. Xo sick woman docs justice to
herself who will not try this famous medicine.
Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and
has thousands of cures to Its credit. .
M Mrs. IMnkhoni im Ites all sick women
BjF to write her for ad-. Ice. She has
guided thousands to health free of chnrgo.
Address airs. IMukhum. Lynn, Muss.
'At AH Fountains
anil liy tlio Caso from
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS
Time To Get Ready For
Preparations arc being nude to serve you here. Order your
PIES and other TABLE DELICACIES NOW. Select from this list:
MINCE. PUMPKIN, SQUASH and CRANBERRY PIES, and PLUM
ARE THE SOLE AGENTS .
Alexander Young Hotel
Our Parcel Del very passes your door twice a flay.
If It's Paint
AND YOU .WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
Vt tf VABEflfcEN'EVEBYWHERE"
, , . , ELITE, .BUILDING
',1.1.1 l'' ' Til
Suspects of "Times" Outrage
Gathered In By the
According to tlio latest Coast nlos
tlio watch for tlio fiends who blow
up tlio Times building, at Los An
geles, Is going on with a much
heat as was ut first manifested, but
nt the samo time, the olllcers of tlio
law Bcem to bo no nearer tho solu
tion than they woro an hour after
Many have been arrested, and In
vestigation after Investigation has
been made, nnd all of this has Blm
ily widened the clnle of suspects
till thcro nro over forty people "Im
plicated" In' tho crime.
While It Is true that a boiling
down of all tho evidence has result
ed In tho holding of a couple, of
"principals," thero seems to be In
sufficient evidence to make sum of
n comlcllon, nnd tho authorities do
not wish to leave nny loophole
whereby an accused person, presu
mably guilty, may escape.
A person by the name of "Smithy"
appears to be the principal wanted
most by tho detectives, nnd several
times ho hns been nearly within
their grasp, but at tho critical mo
ment has do lamped for parts tin.
known and then another start hnd to
Search Made for "Smithy."
LAItKSl'VIt, Nov. 3. Detect l pi
nmt local authorities seairhod tlm
hills and gulches noith of Larkspur
canyon today In tho hops of finding
tho trail or the tramp with tho ban
daged eyo who nnswers tho descrip
tion of "Smithy," the dynamite sus
pect, and who has been begging food
nt night In the neighborhood of the
lonely cabin near which the suit
caso and dnamltp worn found by
Town Mnishal Frank Murphy nnd
William Larson Sunday. Tho result
was tint confirmation of I.artcn's
Btatcmont that the nliln hnd been
recently occupied and also the dis
covery of a ilerhy lint marked "C.
S." and it pair of greasy overalls.
Vlicso artl dos wore found In tho
brush near the spot whore the suit
case and dynamlto lay, and nre hu-
lleved by Larson, upon whoso piop
orty the cabin-stand;, to have been
cast aside by the suspect.
"While 1 do not place great signif
icance In tho hat and overalls," said
Lnrsen, "they may possibly have
some bearing on tho case. 'Smithy,'
whllo on the launch Pastime, was
known to hnvo wlujn a 'derby; hat
ind overalls, and hoth articles tiro
or the size that would fit him. It
may bo that hu chose the' Isolated
cabin as n placo to meet his "ompan
Ions, nnd thnt after they purchased
tho dynamlto they ran the. launch
up Larkspur nnd left him to hldo In
the can) on.".
Murphy admitted today that tho
suit nso and dynamlto wuro In his
IKissesslon. However, he took little
Interest In tho search mado In and
around tlio canyon, and It Is be
lleved that he has deflnlto knowl
edge as to "Smithy's" whereabouts,
or Is waiting for him to return to u
Tho police wll'i not abandon tho
Idea thnt tho labor unions woro mix
ed up In tho Times outrage 'and aro
working fioni thnt end of the case,'
as wclljas following other clues that
lead off nt tnngents. Tho grand
Jury tliit was specially convened at
Los Angeles for the purpose of Blft
Ing this crime or tho century has
had any number o't Inbor leaders bo.
fore It land hns oxtondod tho Inves
tigation to members of their fnml-llcs.
POLICE OFFICER IS
CUT BY A DRUNK
(Special Hullntln Ccnespondence.)
HILO, Nov. 12. I'ollco Ofllcur
I'hlllp Iokepa was lubt Wednesday
evening ut by Jos0 Illvlern, u I'oito
Itlcan whom the officer had placed
under arrest and whom ho was try-
fjig to take to tho pollco station.
Hlvclra bad accumulated a jaglot
tarly In the uflcrnoon and had show
ed u most embarrassing affection for
Deputy Sheriff Fetter, whom ho In
slated on accompanying on tho
street, Vetter advised tlio man to
go homo and keep out of trouble,
but he illil not take his advice, and
ru Inter ho Ulsplayed his
aggravated form, near the
rout street and Furncaux
alley, I'Jilllp nrrestiU tho man on
n chargti of drunkenness and was
taking him towards the police- stiv
t Ion. when tho prlsonor drew n
weapon, fashioned from a section of
tho blade of a cano knlfo, with
which hu cut tho officer on tho head,
Inflicting a wound which It required
flvo stitches to close. Ho also rut
Philip, on tho loft wilst. The mil
cer gnmoly hulll on to tho man, nnd
as the two were grappling, a young
Hawaiian boatman came to the nm.
ci-t's assistance and Rlvelru wib soou
Illvnlrn 'was sentenced toJnipj-lB-
nui lie Din
n few hjmri
Jag, In all K
ornor or Fr
IS IN FEBRUARY
Publicity Arjcnt Trisscl Told
of the Big Show While
Sim II. Trine), who passed
through' Honolulu on the Siberia, Is,
In addition to bring ope of the best
known newspaper men In the Far
Kast, the publicity man for the Ma
nlln Carnival, which Is the biggest
show of nny kind ever glon In tho
The carnival In Manila this car
will be held from Kelirunij 21 to
28, nnd, ns the nngllsh say on the
China const, Manila Just goes wild
during that time.
This is tho fourth f the cnml
vnls of Manila, nnd the show to be
seen thcro during the eight dmsnud
nights, principally nights is one of
tho finest nnywhero, especially the
part done by the nrmj of tlio I'nlted
States, 'whose trick ipleis and crn'k
cavalry nnd aitlllery dilll. to say
nothing ut tho foot fnire. both reg
ulars nnd Philippine Scouts, win
round after round or applause from
tho twenty thousand spectators In
the big amphitheater.
The Industrial fo.it are Is also
tteadlly growing In Jnipoitnnre. i
In tho past ears mail) persons
have omo down fiom the china
roust anil .Japan, and steamers of tho
Pacific Mall and Oroat Northern
companies. In addition to the regu-
lar llnors. make special trips to Ma.
nlln for the fete.
For tho carnival In February, tho
attendance fiom tlio mainland of
Asia pronilrcs to be larger than
Ml. Til&scl left n considerable
amount of puh'lclty matter herewith
tho Promotion Committee. Secru-
tary Wocd of the 'omnilttee will do
everything ho can tif gle publicity
and circulation to the carultal mat
ter, as every person coming from the
Coast to Manila benefits Hawaii a
lltt'o at least during tho time his
fctenmer Is In port here, and by coop
eration with tho Manila people Set-
retary Wool gains something for
MRS. TAFT TO
. OPEN WASHINGTON'S
' , . JttSOCfoU'SEASON
WASHINGTON, Nov. 2. With tho
return of Mrs. Tuft to the Whltu
House tho social season ot Washing
ton will bo opened. Mrs. Taft Is ox-
pcictcd to ghe u number of brilliant t0 ,.10 nn,vo nnwallnns
V MOTOR CARS
Your neighbor who has
n motor car will gheyou
tho straight tip It ou
ran get him to stop en
joying himself in the
fresh nlr long enough to
CHALMERS "30" TOURING CAR
Don't Think Thoughts Six
Years Old '
Many a business man. has said, "I'm not enough of a
mechanic to run an auttfrr.obilc, and I can't afford to
keep a chauffeur or pay big garage bills to keep my car
The man who pays that I" thinking In terms of six yenrs ngn.
Six rars ago such n statement would not have been tn far
nmlss. Tho world has nunc I In, six yinrs nnd the making or unto
mobile has shown innro progress than nearly, nuytlilng else.
You can buy n real automobile now for ns low n irlc as $l.",0(i.
It Is so simple to operate that vou can, nnd should, drive It yourself.
It Is to tioulile-proof you won't need to kerp It In n g.une nni inV(.
hlgh-prlred mechanics tinkering with It all tho time.
Six jears ago there was scarcely a mil nnloiuoMIe to lie had nt imj
price, lint now Just look around you. See tho thousands or m-n
like yourself who tiir them constantly- Talk to your neighbor who
has one. He will glp you tho atrnlght tip, If you ran rvrr upi him
to stop pnjojlng himself in tho rresb nlr long enough to do It. i
There nre fany good rnrs nonndays, nnd n"v good car made by
one of the well established companies Is n good Imcutment.
Wp nro not In sympathy with Hint sort or niitomnblln advertlHtng
which Insinuate! that nil other, runt except the particular one udor
tlsed hap untried features and aren't worth halt their price. A liain
irer Is n ory useful thing In u c upenter shop, but It has always look
ed to us a llttli' out of plan- In t:to hands or u salesman or mhertlsliig
You need n rar nnd ou won't mnko n mistake in buying any
one of u number of makes.
Or course, we would like the privilege, or showing you tho
Chalmers btforo yotiluiy. Wc know thatjifl.luuuti4',.MU.urf.yrl
If wo can't roinliice you that wo rfer bettr'vnlue, dol.ar for dollar,
thnn any one else, why that Is o ir fault, not yours.
LICENSED UNDE1 SELDEN .PATENT
Associated Garage, Ltd.,
Dealers in .Motor Cars
Where Che Can Ynii lluj .Su
Much N-rtlri' for
Thp public liai learned that It
Is not absolutely tieressnr) tn
buy luxury-pilro.l r.irs to get
nil tho service they wnnt.
The prererenip of the Chnl
mtrs "3U". $ir,no -far. In nio
torlng rontests nnd owners'
hands has educated the public
to this fact.
The Chalmers "30" two, four
or llo paxsengcr t)pes will
answer evriy requirement of
speed, power and comfort that
the uwruge man could ask Tim
irrord of this car In winning
the 10M (Hidden Trophy over
2,'l miles of all sorts or roads
In companion Wt, cnr8 twice
Its price and power Is sufficient
proof of Its ability to do nil the
werngr owner ronld" ask of It.
Upon the Clia'mers "30" and
"Forty" Is staked the future: of
n great business organization.
i:ery Chalmers Cur sold today
Is helping thn sal" of other
Chalmers Cars many years from
When you buy a Chalmers
you buy, (lrst, n cur that will
glo you full :1n and hard
servlre. You buy also the co
operation mid nsslstnne'p n( ev
ery Chalmers agent In tho coun
try. , You buy u guarantee or
perfoi manee nnd quality hack
J vp by tut organization that Is
b( re to Slav
i:nmlnn Dm mil niodrls ut
our ' iiwiooiiis. Let jih takp'
oii out In the Chalmers ".10"
.unililumoiistmti- Its- I ehavlor
iiider nil conditions.
entcrtalnmrnts during the early sea
son. Owing to III -health Mrs. Tuft
has not played the part of hoi'eon
since sho becumo mistress of tho,
White Ilouso but on ruro occasion:!,
This season sho will bo usslstcd In on'
tertalnlng by her daughter, 'Miss
UP FOR NATIVES
W, II. Castle, who Is n ending the
Mohoiik iCoiiferenrr, has taken up the
defence of the Hawaiian a:i agaliiht
n n article by Dr. Hcuddcr which was
Incorporated In thn address of thp
latter made at the aboo-montloiied
ronlerence, and which would seem to
belittle the, na. he Hawaiian In his
ability to Intdllgently uso the power
or franchhe which came with annex
ation. Ill the Huston Transcript or Ocl
obor It, Mr Castle Is iiuoted us say
ing that ltev. Doremus Scudder was
entirely In tho wrong when he statpd
that tho gilt of tho ballot fnnchlcn
The following wireless mossago has
been received by tho agents from the
S. S, Sierra, bound for Honolulu:
"8. 8. Sierra, At Sea, Nov. 1C, 8 p
m. 893 miles from Honolulu. Fine
clear weutber; smooth sea; light
southwest breeze. Ilaromcter 30:40;
air CO, All well. 108 cabin passen
gers, 36 steerage passengers, 2!iC5
tons cargo, 8 automobiles.''
PERRY DAVI3' PAINKILLER
Is "an ounce of pretention" as well ns
n "island f euro" Kor bowel trou
bles, skin wounds, colds, and other
Ills, 3Dc and SOc sizes,
Hallowe'en pranks resulted In tho
death of two youthful rulebiantB In
New York city. A third rhlld was
ciuelest present this cnuntiy could
have handed them.
"In the llrst place," remarked Mr.
Castle, when Interviewed at the Hotel
Puritan last night, "the nalhe Ha
waiian had tho rrnnchlso long be
fore tho United States annexed that
country, and In the second placo I
consider them much better titled tor
It than the colored rnco here, nnd
very much better nunlllled to exercise
It than ninny or the ICuropeun Immi
grants to this country who suddenly
' become naturalized. 1 think It would
ho a grc.it mistake, to doprlo them
of tl)0 franchise.
"I was born and raised In Hawaii
and I IHIvve thut I nm as woll tic?
qualntcd with the nathes ns Is Dr.
Scuddor. Why he cer made, such n
statement is something that I can not
comprehend. Ha should have known
'ns'Siell as I know that the native 11a-'
wnllun has voted for fifty yrars nnd
more. They were grantel that right
by tho constitution promulgated In
18r(2. Tho samo privilege was re
newed by the constitution of 1801
nnd 1887 It was also continued
through tho time or tho republic"
Mr. Castle admits that there I
! tuberculosis In thn Islands ns was
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Mo.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger' Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
.UWVNELI. AUTOMATIC bPRINKLER)
Neuiuan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen fc Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET. NUAR MERCHANT
ciitrii.1 In olvtv'-fiint frill Ki, n hir't
. .indited hv t)r Peudder hut scouts the
rag dull which she was carrying ub.
a part or a Ilullowo'eu game.
Idea thu' lltpior Is responsible for It.
'The disease, he says, was brought in
At Si A A A A A A A A. A A A A At
' ' , ,. ' ," " '.,,'. . ., , . by the Chinese and Japanese,
assault oil Iho officer will be brought, ' ' . ,"
Jonment foi tlueo moi.tlis ,,OTin' """ .u '' "' ''" Jr 'Tl,e ,w .,d gaugo on shliiboard reg
lot vagrancy, and tlib "iiiuuffr of ' l.'ls ; '"" '"" lbB l!ltle,",artl ','sters, up 'to 105 uilles' W hour.
NO CHRISTMAS PRESENT SO PIEASINO TO THE
HE02IVER AS A
Thi wonderful Fomtaia Pen ha twelve distinct fea
tures which place it above all olher pens.
$2.50, $3, $4 and $5
Four Sizes and Prices
HOTEL, NEAR FORT
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