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f 4 ,' EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, BEPT. 8, 1911.
is now on in full swing.
We started this sale to
clean up, and clean up
we will. v
For, those who could not
come before, we have
made further price re
visions. Wait no longer.
KAHN WILL LOOK
We need room for our
N Everything at half
' price and less.
(Continued from Pag 1)
grcssmun decided upon tho llnwnll'
trip, mill Is now hero, accompanied by
Mrs. Kulin and their two koiik, Julius
Kulin Jr. ami Muster C. 1'. Kulin.
Hut white lio Is Inking the trip for'
his health, the California man will not
lie Idle, lip said Ihli morning tnnt ho'
expects to malto nn Investigation of
lnhor conditions and Is particularly In-t
tcrestcd In tho development of I'enrl
Harbor ns n imvnl base nnd with tho
construction of military defenses In tho.
Islands generally. "I huc long want
ed to sea Pearl Harbor and look Into
tho defenses of tho Islands, and this'
shall make this nno of my first acts,"
ho said today.
Talk. National Politic-.
Congressman Kahn discussed nntlon-
nl politics and national Issues, as well
n thoso more particularly affecting
Hawaii, with n representative of tho
II u 1 1 c 1 1 n nt length this morning at
the Young Hotel, where ho and his
family arc -topping. Largely tho talk
dwelt upon the possible suspension of
tho constvvlsc passenger regulations for
belief In tho protection of
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Nlccly-furnlshcd room, sultablo for
coijplo or ono or two gentlemen. Hot
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296 Vineyard, near Emma. '
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Scaled proposals will bo received at
tbn oillcc of Ripley & Reynolds, archi
tects, Boston building, until noon, Sep
tember .10, 1911, for tho construction
of a Reinforced Concreto Uulldlng for
tho College of Hawaii, In accordance
with tho drawings and specifications,
copies of which, and circular of In
struction to bidders, may bo obtained
ut tho oftlco of tho architects,
SnAt.nD TDNDKHS will be recolved
nt tho nfllco of tho Inspector In Charge,
United State Immigration Service, Ho
nolulu, Hawaii, up to and. Including 12
o'clock noon, Tuesday, September 12,
1911, and then opened, for erecting a
llro escupo at the Honolulu Immigration
Station In accordance with plans and
spcclllcutlons with J. 11. Craig, archi
tect, Honolulu. Tho Inspector In
Chin go reserves the right to reject uny
and all tenders. Tenders to bo sub
mitted In sealed envejopo marked "Ten
ders for Klro Uscapo," and delivered to
RAYMOND C. DROWN,
50J0-3t ,, Inspector In Charge.
StMUMti, Uvtr, Kldnty
tmaiiDi .as. bchjmiin
as. thi. f ictu.i must
at.. afujAMi. atat.f c.
Nf V PAT ...It.
i nan I ialn asm m ttetab.
Honolulu Drug Co.
8ACH3 DRY QOOD8 CO.
results in cases of weak di
gestion are obtained from
because when ordinary foods
do not digest, it provides the
needed nourishment in
highly concentrated form.
is so easily digested that its
strength is rapidly absorbed
by the youngest babe or
most delicate adult. '
is the food that strengthens
the race, ail DRuccurs
of others. Tho situation Ik still to be
worked out, nnd, of course, William J,
Hrjan Is a factor ctlll to be mui.li con
sidered." Olscusslng tho tariff rolslun fea
tures of tho last session, he points out
as of consldcidblo slgnlllcnnco tho fall-j
urc of tho Hrlstow, sugar sel.tilulo
' iitiiftntlfitpnt In tin the Minute, ulilrh.'l
American - ' ' -
shipping Is ono of tho things for which " thinks, may Indicate Hint the sugar
Mr. Knhn stands sturdily and without turln will bo upheld by the Seimto dur-
giving nn Inch, nnd ho considers that
tho suspension of tho rules to allow
foreign vessels to engage In tho coast
wlio passenger trade will strike a blow
directly at tho heart of America's ma
rine. He talked at length, too, on tho
Issues that engaged Congress nt Its
last session and on tho pari that party
leaders arc plnvlntr In national politics,
Ing tho next session. I
'Senator 1'rlstow's amendment was
offered with tho eptton rclslon bill.", I
ho pointed out, "and when tho Senato
took up the House cotton bill rather
than tho I -a Kollctta bill. Senator llrls
tow refused to Irtroduco his amend
ment. Thereupon Senator Jones of
Washington Introduced It wltl tho cot-
Boys' School Suits that are
full of style built like
"Dad's" well tailored, and
made of excellent quality
blue serge and pretty fancy
mixtures. From $4.50 up.
Youths' and Young
Splendidly Tailored Suits
for 3 o iths and young men,
long trousers, ages from 15
to 20 years, in blue serges
'and fancy materials.
AGENTS FOR. "PHCENIX" PURE SILK HOSE
Hawaii nerhatu does not realize, at ton bill, but tho Hrlstow amendment
least some of the people here do not,' defeated by nn unmistakable vote,
what tho effect would bo on your own .This may or may not prove cimelu
stenmshlp lines If tho coastwise lnW"M' tho sentiment of tho Senate, but
were abrogated," ho said. "It would It may be taken as one Indication of
mean now only ono or two steamers "ie attituuo lowaru sugar iiirm rcvi
moro n month for you, perhaps a few,"'0"-
more In the future. That much would Th. Sugar Tariffs Strength,
other hand, It would cer-
"Whlle tho Dcmocr.-ts still stand by
their cry of 'tariff for revtntia only,'
Inlnly mean 11 blow to your own lines, they will not forget that tho sugar
American lines. Jnpan, with Its sub- "inn produces our largest single iiem
sldlrcd line, with Its stenmshlps get- of revenue, approximately fifty millions
ting n government subsidy of five hun-f dollars. At tho sumo time, on no
ilred thousand dollars, with sailors other commodity Is there so small uj
working for very low wnges, wojild margin of profit to tho producer, On(
drive tho American lines out of busl- no other commodity does the consumer
ness. It would mean that the Matson Jpny so small a margin nboo tho actual
and" Ocennlc stenmcrs. for Instance, 'cost. The vast amount of sugar con
would be put out of business. How sumed Is responsible for tho prollts to.
would tho popIo of Honolulu llko to the producer, commission man and rc-
seo tho Lurllne or tho Honolulan or, taller. All this will be tnken Into con
tho Sierra tied up unable to operate jslderatlon, together with the protests
cny longer nt a loss? I Judgo that tho from tho bcct-Mignr people and tho
-. . 1. . . .... I. Ilia, ... Uniilliim. ..n., h.rtiu.M f -r.n iron.... linil
rjierrn, wiui on-iiurning iiiciiiiicn, in iuuimh ..,., n.u.Tv,. ..,.,, .... ......
lust beginning to pay. Arc wo going mnny schedules to take up this full.
to see our already scant merchant ma
rine driven fiom tho" seas?
J a pun's Tactics.
"Why, within tho Insjt threo months
Japan herself has passed a coastwise
passenger law tint prevents foreign make Ita findings e,n December 1. rres.
vessels from Engaging on tho coastwlso J Ident Tnft within a few day-t there
passenger trade. Japan Is now doing uftet can t-end a mei-ago to Congress,
what wo did at ho Inception of our .If tho boanlTan show conclusively that
nnd It Is rather Mncirtaln, If It will
reach sugar durlnp'the coming session.
"As to general larllf revision, I be
lieve that will depend largely, on tho
report of the tnrltT hoird, which Is to
marine. Aro we going to lcavo our ma
rine unprotected while Jnpan Is taking
steps to protect her's?
"I do not believe tho law will bo nb-
i. (iiivornnr Frcar left nt noin today
fur Hawaii. With him was Attorney
(Icneral Alexander I.lmlsiy, Jr. nnd
Land Commissioner Charles S. Judd.
Tlicy will makd n omplclc Invcsllga-
Unr'H jil int heie, It is uuderstoiMl
The bid of the l.onl-Yiiiing Knglneer
Ing Company Is iiuiililereil n iiiiirkubly
hm, mid It Is i Ident that this firm
made u strong clfort for tbn h.ilf
iiillljon iiuitniit Tie lird Voiiii';
iiiiiip.iny his u plant nil riadj to do
the vnrk ulthout ilila, and It Is pos
Hlblo that this fact will neigh heavily
ngnlnit the rllght twu-trnt dKTerenci!
Ill the bids, ns It Is tho most uitvun
lagrous bid that H to bo conslderi il
There Is r. lui-iiililllty also, it vv is
tho tariff on the various articles can
be lowered, nnd the American manu
facturers nnd dealers still maintain
their Industries Mirawfullyi I bcllevo
rogated, I ntn glad to say, I think It the scheduler will be revised nnd thnt
camo nearest to being done away with tho President will recommend tho rc
before tho Sierra nnd tho Lmrllno and j vision nnd slirn the revised bills,
tho Honolulan were put on tho Hawaii "When Congress opens, thero will bo
run Hut ! understand thero Is o Uio wool and cotton bills, tho Iron and
rhanee soon that another Matson llnerftecl bills, tho chi'inlcnl bills nnd oth-
win no put into operation, ami pcrnaps irs coming up i i m inrum-ii w iiium
another Oce-inle liner, nnd with thesOjthut tho lininrdl.ite future of tariff re
on the route, Hawaii will bo well pro-Vlslon hlngis ob tho report cf this
vldi d for, nnd the movement to let, board."
dun n our hirrlcM to tho Inroads of .Arbitration.
foreign lines will be defeated. Per- Discussing the reciprocity agreement,
sonally, so long as I am In Congress he said that the country I" somewhat
I will light ngulnst tho abrogation of divided In Kh attitude. "liven thoso
the law."' who object In the agreement, howover.
Turning to tho subject of national admit that President Taft was sincere
Issues, Congressman Knhn foreshad- In his uctlon" he s.ijs "I believe tho
owed a probable iieceptanco nnd rntin-lresults, whether wise or not, will bo
cation of tho arbitration trentles by'the shown In n veur,"
Senate. I Ho mentlnned the nilllughnm natiir-
'The whole country Is with rrcHl-Itillzatlon law briefly, saving that ho has
dent Taft nn this question," ho sald.lr.ot had time to study It, but that Its
.,ic.w .,, iimui i ..i-i-uum, .vi.v o. ....,.,, i ,v.....u ......, ...... - )llull(,(. M(iMya wt) excitants bus
whs uiim-v-iui'v mii-iiii'r 11 L-iiii uiiuicuvu iiinii;ii uy mu iiiiiiuuu ui iiiu ih.-i.ihu I .. ..l,ii(oncd
(Centlnu.d from Pag. 1)
passive vvllli it look of HUprunc Indlf
lerence on lit fnc. Nobody Knew him,
I'lve minutes later, when the bids wyro
fitintii.il .mil III,, llrmiliuitt, r . Mtnii.int kfiifiit l.v thrnn nr fiinr of tlin rimlnii'.
tlon Into all tho iimttcrs that aro ly-rrr0,i (irf n,c pi,,,,,, u ,triri-.t In iipon'tors preinl this mouug, that the bid
r,B dormant nt Illlo nml clnolioro (til ,,, l(,.,lrilt,., tllat , ,illWi j,inK f tll0 rca, ,N r lnmuliy ,,Pn llllt
entirely wllh the requirements.
No iblliiltu louilli'ii for Its 'iuarr wiih
Wnoil, son of the vlee-iiresldent, and n. lined. The prnposnl merely s.ibl tho
as bis father Is nwuy on Huwiill, lie roclv Is tu be su-iind from u "sultablo
represented tho firm at tho opening rf'qimrry" No samples of tho rock were
bids. Mr Wood i color will be In to- iiuhmlltt-il A protest may
When the bids were opened, voting
Tho party has taken nn automobile
nliiiiK nnd ul IiciukIi it In thought that
It wilt have a hard llmo of it over
Homo of the Island mids, cx(icct to
gut around much quicker.
They will bo awny about n fort
night altogether and when thev re
turn ihoiild hnvo plenty nt material
to vvnrU t'i for some time.
the reason llrlgbt's has not been
curiiblo Is that tin ri! has been nu cure
for kidney trouble.
I.lttlo woiidir that the ilenths have
doubled under tho old-tlmo kidney
stimulants and that tho treatment of
fellow rcprcientM the Philadelphia llrm.ttiinpl
.. ... . ,.. , ,, i ,
in II llllllliT III lull, liu in i. il
iiiibmltteil ,V protest may bo lo Igoit,
but of this dure Is nothing jit detlnlto.
It is fuel) prulkteil that the Phlla-
WimhI'h linpissjvn features did not so ilelphl.i llrm rati not handle the Job ut
ninth as tluinge. While the other ton
traitors wire milllug how It happen
ul, be commented calmly that tho com
pan) Is rcailv to undertake the dm
tract and tatty It tliiough at 'the fig
The bids v ere n follows:
tin- llguro iiiniiiil. fining Wood said
Inilny In u reprcsi nt.itlvu of the Mul
let In that tho tompiiiy lias no plant
on the I'.ollil, but Is will equipped on
the Atlantic. W, S, Itlissi'll, who is
iiluiivs il "tirs-al liner." rYfhiiiitnlliig on
tho bids lodty, ill i hiri-il lln.t be him-
llreakwater eiiuipanj Siiperstriirturnlsi If had bid ns low ns be toubl nnd
Its constitutional rights In treaty mat
ters ns It wou'd do under theso treaties.
It Is the question of Its power to abdi
cate theso rlshtB, not Its opposition to
the principle of arbitration.
"I nm very strdngly1 In fnvor of theso
trentles. Wur Is n terrible drain not
hero toward tho rates affected and tho
uttltude of the Oi I nit, for Instance, to
ward tho hills trims.
Congressnnn Kahn Is remurknbly fa
miliar with local tondltlons for nno
who has not been b'ro before. "Natur
ally, our Interests on tho Coast nro
jOnly on the cnunttles Involved, hut onjnrgely common with ours here," ha
I the wholo world. The taxes wrung comments, "nnd I havo mnny friends
from tho people to support our armies! In Hawaii. I weltomn this, and I am
and navies are enormous. Why should glad to huvo the (banco to come hero
we not resort to nrbltrntlon nnd dojnnd to see the 11 inds nnd study their
When tho Into John J. Pulton work
ed out n pnlllatlvo for Inflamed kid
nt)s, kidney trouble and
disease begun to yield.
Kidney trouble frequently gets well
of lttclf the llrst six months, but utter
that comptteiit writers ilcilnro. Inflain-
inatlnn of tho kldncvs Incurable, and
rock at (2 17 a ion; suhstrut turn nt
ti IT n ton.'saoo pounds. Guaranteed
by AitHrluiu Surety Company of New
lord-Yoiiin Ihialneerlmt t'ompiny
Superntriirture, $2 18 a ton; substruc
ture, I! ID a ton. (luiiranleed by P.i
ellle Casii ilty Co
Hoogs U Ilelser SHperstructtirc,
t2.74 a ton; siibstruttiiri', (2 34 a ton.
niiurutitreil L J, I' Morgan nnd I'. II
llrlgbt's, Mt Stocker.
I Imt hi' does not rn how any tninpauy
(.in eomn here Iriini the mainland 'and
tin the work lowtr.
A Skin uf Beauty is a Joy Forever
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CKEAH OP MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
I aw ay with this awful expense In money
"While I would not say with certain
ty thnt the trentles will ho ratlllcd by
needs nt tlrst hand '
Amtrlcaii predglng Coni-.a..
puny Superstructure, $Jn u ton,; sub. Ssa'3
. . .... .... .. .... l js
structure, t.ut II ion. illiiiriinii'ii fC9T
Amirlian Hondlii4 Compnny, Haiti-, -
it Is n fuit that tho iinnuut dCMths 0,"""''''
now nearly 90,000 ono every
Under the new palliative
(Fulton's Itcnul Compound)
flvo W S. Iturseii, III" big coast ton
j traitor, did not put In nn Individual
trcutmiintthld, but bud mergrd bis Interests with
there Is .those of the Mnndxril-Amcrlrun DrMllf-
now no six montlis dead line. Tlio!,1K o,p,ny nnd bid for thnt iimcirn
s5 UtZ Ti Si
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i mll. M..lh I'.ul. .
hub, ni Skt. ii K
.n N.uljr. m '!.-
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open question us to recovery Is "Hus
tho patient n fair heart and recupera
tive power-;" Recovery can now bo
cxpetted In a mnjorlty of eases, though
all tho books In Christendom decree
tho death of tho patient.
Tor falo by nil druggists.
There was only ono caso before
Judge Henry 12. Cooper on the crlm
nlnl court this morning; this was tho
Territory vs. Sum Sllva and Joo An
diudo for ussnult. Silvn's sentence
was suspended for thirteen months
and Andrade was lined $25 nnd costs.
The mittimus -was suspended until -o'clock
Mr. Kahn's home Is In Snn Krnnclscn.
He was bom In linden, tlermany, IVb-
rnary 28, 1801, and tamo with h,ls par
ents to California in 1S66 Ho was ed-
tho Senate, I am of tho opinion that, ucated In the public schools of Sim
with tho possible elimination of the Francisco, and vv.i electee to tho Stuto
commission feature, they will be. I Legislature In ISM Tun ears after-
"President Taft has grown wonder- ward ho was admitted to the bar. Ho Murk O'Donnell. through his nttor
fulh In tho past (hrea or four months, lms been n rmiHlxteut iteniilillean in ncv II fi Petors. lias stinted nn no
lle has gained a great bold nil over thonlltles, and was dectrd to the fifty- Hon iigainst V.. I.. Hdinarzher to quiet'
country. I look lor his renomlnatlon. rtxtli Congress mid every one since tltln to Jot S, block 30 on Ninth av-
cnuo, Kinmukt, winch lias nn aroa of,
15,000 bqunro foot. Defcnilunt clnlliM'
1111 Interest which is bificil 011 n con-
veyancu 111 ado by Iho high sheriff.
The ronipliilnt states thnt tho "on
vojnuco is nhcolulcly null nnd void
iiif of no effect lipcntiso of lack of
Jurisdiction of Iho district magistrate
entering n Jiidgment upon which tho
writ of execution nnd tho purporlod
L.ilu nforcniilil was Imsed." 1
frit of . IkIIII
1 .tut. Pr. 1. A
Sivrt t.ld to
l-tr ot tl.. tuett
Inn ( luvllrst 1 1
"A. yiri Ul t
will II. Ih-ln,
'ttnuru nil's Cm,. n. ih Ih. l.trt lia.mful if ntl th
kin prrtnt. 111. ' S r .! I J nil drai.t. .nil I inor
ion. ii.kici.ir 'i.. 1111K1 sikirs!...!. i .nu r W9,
Ho would have used part (if his Comt
plant and part of tho Stnnilnril-Amir- 'RUT.HCfllllS, h;m 37 Cf:l JuiB S'ltli. (twl'il
Senator im Kollette, of course, will then with tho exmitlnn of tho fifty
I have nn cntl-usbistlo following, but I ilghtb, being reelected to "the slxti-
bellevo that Taft will bo nominated at second Congress by a majority over nil
tho next Republican national convcn-.hls opponents. !
tlon. ' The length of his stny In Hawaii Is
On tho Democrntlo sldo tho enso Is, undetermined. Ho maj return by tho
uirrereni. itcro inero nro many strong, Lurllne,
eandldutes. Iho friends of Gov. Wil
son of New Jersey and Gov. Harmon
of Indiana aro strong and active. While
Ii C, Winston has Blurted suit In
tho circuit court lo sccttro tho eject-
Mr Clark, tho present speaker of tho mont of Mr, nnd Mrs. Charles Win
House, tins not formally announced his Chester front land at Kukannkn, I.I
tandldncy, I am of the opinion that ho; lllm street, which ho alleges they
would accept tho nomination1 by the
Democrats. And there are a number
have wrongfully taken itosscsslun
and converted to thclr.own. uso.
of land is assuming
The housekeeper's boit 'rlcnd, becaut. It hat abolished the
ditagreeable features of "Sweeping day" and enabled ber.to keep
her houie clean with the minimum of oflprt.
The best vacuum cleantr on the murkct.
H. HACKFELD & CO. LTD.
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