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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, JANUARY io, 1907. 2 at m mm a a mcmr m w j a a mm w -mr awaaam ( 2.1NEN-ME5H) - 4? ? ? 4r 4k 4 4o 4 4 8 4j A great deal of the sickness in the world is caused by unsanitary woolen underwear. But most underwear is made of linen which, while being clean, has the great disadvantage of being cold and clammy. By a special process of manufacture, a soft, warm, por ous fabric has been evolved by Dr. Deimel, called Linen Mesh, which is simply linen with the coldness taken out. Dr. Deimel Underwear has obtained the unqualified en dorsement of the foremost members of the Medical Profes sion and in every part of the globe gives health and comfort summer, winter, spring and fall. This underwear is made in such a wide variety of sizes that we can fit everybody. A sample piece of the material and an illustrated booklet will be given free for the asking. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY. -V. - hi Ss - rl Si s DUMPING OF HER E 1:1 MciNERNY, Ltd. FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS. - ?? ft Wear Out, Don't Rust 5 t I S 8 s r s s s 1 s Atkinson and Pinkham Both Exercised Over It. ft But if you have not the energy you will not be able to. Rest is as essential to your well being as exercise. j Here we give you both and you may take either in such doses as your system craves. Rates and all information furnished promptly. ST. CLAIR BIDGOOD, Manager. Trent & Co., Agents. sr Should Be in Every Home IN HONOLULU The best is a Sectional Book Case of the best make, that is a Gunn. For Sale by coyne mm co mm T5ECT10NAL yn wJa D Lm LTD. ""fe There's Something Doing in Nevada i BANKERS MERCHANTS SPECULATORS ! LAWYERS SUGAR PLANTERS ? STORE MEN AND i YOUR WIVES Write us NOW for our FREE MARKET LETTER ON Golden Nevada W. C. COX & CO., Inc. Members San Francisco and Tonapah Mining Exchange. Suite 243-244 Monadnock Bldg., San Francisco. "I am looking into the matter of insane people landed here by the trans ports," Secretary Atkinson said yester day. "I do not believe it is right," he emnhaticallv added. "We have to keep those unfortunate strangers as long as they live, and we have enough afflicted folks of our own to look after." President Pinkham of the Board of Health, also, has had this grievance on his mind for some time. In talk ing about the matter the other day he complained that the asylum was being used virtually as a Federal pauper in stitution at Territorial expense. Some local people, too, of feeble mind but not' dangerous subjects tad to be sent there simply because there was no other refuge for them. This was but part of the burden of indigent sick generally, which is constantly being cast upon the Board of Health. People that none of the hospitals will take in are carried, often in a low condition, to the Health office for the president of the Board to dispose of as best he can. There are , no funds provided for taking care of such cases, yet 3d. Pinkham is constrained by his humanity to find some place of shelter for them. Perhaps the Legislature, in the line of action being urged by agitators for enlargement of the scope of county government, will see the necessity of giving to the counties the care of their respective sick and indigent. The Associated Charities, to all ap pearances, is entirely unequal to the requirements of the situation. DOMESTIC ILLS OF FAHU FAMILY The domestic troubles of Frank -A. Faria, of Liliha street, were aired in the police court yesterday, Frank hav ing his wife, mother-in-law and two brothers-in-law arrested for assaulting him. It was brought out that the course of true love had not been running smoothly in the Faria family circle for some time, the couple having been living apart, the father having had the custody of the baby. It was over the child that the trouble came which led to the final row, the mother visiting the home and running away with the little one, while the brothers blocked the pursuit. During the course of the trial a girl witness was being examined. She had described how Faria had torn off his coat, clenched his fists and advanced on his wife. "Did he intend to hit her!" asked Judge Perry, attorney for the defense. "Move to strike," interjected Attor ney Lightfoot, who was assisting the prosecution and desired to have the answer to the question not considered as being supposition. . "That's it," said the witness, .beam ing on Lightfoot, "he moved to strike her." Judge Whitney found one of the de fendants guilty, the older brother-in-law, fining him $5. The others were discharged. W. Stokes and Alice Stokes appeared before the bar to answer to the charge of disturbing the peace of the night. The ease against the man was nol prossed and the woman pleaded guilty. She was asked to pay $3 and costs. Julia Williams, whose parents have lost control over her, was sentenced to the reform school during her minority. A number of other cases went over. The defendants in the adulterated liq uor cases were remanded until the loth, and Joe Hao, up for an assault with a deadly weapon, was told to reappear on the 19th. ' t - lice officer was sent out to look into the ease. : ; In the meantime Olinda, having learn ed of her mother ?s intentions, visited a local drugstore and procured a bottle ox carbojic acid, which she hid under the house ready for any emergency. Fortunatelv she hinted broadly of her intentions and the contemplated sui c-ide was reported to the special officer on the case. A search for the poison resulted in its being found under the house. The whole case is still under investi gation and in view of the known facts it seems probable that the reform school teachers will soon have an op portunity of teaching Olinda the sin of drinking anything so hot as carbolic acid. FIFTEEN-YEAR OLD GIOL P 0 IDE Depot For BOSS OF THE ROAD OVERALLS PORUSKNIT UNDERSHIRTS DRESS SUIT CASES NEW LINE OF SHIRTS, TIES, HATS AND CAPS. SEE DISPLAY IN OUR WINDOW. Fort Street. Odd Fellow Building. Repairing If you wish your sewing machine paired by competent machinists, phone or write to us and we will guarantee the work. CRANE P. O. Box M9. Phone Main 494. & SPENCER. Office, 108 King Street near Maun&Jtea, De Olinda Cavalho, a fifteen year old girl, who lives on Kinau street, had preparations well under way to com mit suicide yesterday morning, her ef forts being frustrated by the police. Olinda, it appears, according to the statements made at the police station, had heen wilful and wayward and had defied her mother to interfere with her. The mother had therefore entered a complaint against her yesterday morning, expressing the desire that the girl be committed to the reform school. Acting on the complaint a special po- R. DREIER ID ST. LOUIS COLLEGE ALUMNI A member of St. Louis College Alum ni Association, interviewed about the building matter, said he understood that Mr. Dreier's purpose was to make it easy for the Association to acquire a home of its own. Mr. Dreier would sell the land to the Association on time payments, to be In amount according to the Association's ability to make them. The Association would erect Its own building, which, with the site, would become its prop erty when the land was paid for. . NEW BUSINESS METHODS. Alfred Freitas, a precocious youth well known about townj was arrested yesterday on a warrant charging him with having been present at a crap game. Alfred took his arrest very philosophically and telephoned to his brother to arrange for bail. After the ten dollars had been deposited with the clerk, the prisoner remarked non chalantly that he guessed he would just forfeit that and not bother com ing back for trial.. He was somewhat shaken, however, 1 when told that in such an event a bench warrant would be issued and he would have to ap pear and forfeit his bail as well. "Oh, that's the way you are doing business down here now, is it? Well, I guess you'll see me here in the morning." -t. itUBBEE STATISTICS. The Bureau of Agriculture and For estry is now collecting Information re garding the seedlings of rubber trees and the rubber tree seeds distributed by the Bureau a year ago. This in formation will be tabulated and given out within a short time. Superinten dent Hosmer reports many requests having been1 received this year for the rubber tree seeds received and filed for planting by the Bureau. ; -t- ' There will be three liquor hills to come before the Legislature. One is for saloon high license, restoring the for mer $1000 annual fee. This is under agreement with the Civic Federation, the Anti-Saloon League and the Liquor Dealers' Association. As the liquor men will not consent to local option, the other bodies will bring in a sepa rate bill for that end. Then the liquor men will have their own measure to exclude aliens from license. . WHEN YOU HAVE A BAD COLD You want a remedy that will give you prompt relief. Get Chamberlain's Cough RAtiiedy. It always cures and cures quickly. For sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.. agerts for Hawaii SEND FOR MY MARKET LETTER You probably know that Goldfleld, Nevada, Is the greatest mining camp the world has ever known. One mine, the Mohawk, produced $2,000,000 In 106 days. I advised everybody to buy It at $1 a share. It has since sold up to $20. Fortunes have been made In the Gold field stocks. In the next few months we are going to see a greater boom than ever and more fortunes will be made. To know what Is doing you will have to read my market letter. I get my information direct from my Goldfield office. One customer of mine made $16,000 in three months. You can do as well If you have the right infor mation. Send me your name and ad dress and I will advise you. It costs you nothing. Address: A. J. MOORE, Rooms 29 and 30 Bacon Block OAKLAND, CAL, U. S. A. Reference Union National Bank, Oakland, Ca!. Cation, Neill & Company, Ltd. ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS. QUEEN AND RICHARDS STREETS. Boilers re-tubed with charcoal-Iron or steel tubes. General ship work. Y. WO SING. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS. Now at 1186-1188 Nuuanu Street. CALIFORNIA ROLL BUTTER, 85c. per pound. Phone Main 238. Orders promptly at atnded to. F. D. Wicke, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Store Fittings a Specialty. Repairing, Cabinet Work and Polishing 1082 Alakea St., rear of Y. W. C. A. Phone M. 477; residence. Phone W. 1611. New Flannelettes and Curtain Goods Do you want something pretty in the way of Flannelettes? Then you can get the very latest shades and designs at 10 cts., 20 cts and 25 cts a yard this week at our store. These arc all new goods in plain and figured material. NEW CURTAIN GOODS in Swiss, Silkoline and Art Denims. Curtain Swisses, in plain, white and figured at 10 cts to 25 cts per yard. Silkolines, plain and fancv, i2l2 cts and 15 cts a yard. ART DENIMS, 15c and" 20c per yard. A. BLORi, MODEL BLOCK FORT ST. China Decorators' Special Opportunity. A great big cut in the price of our fine French and Bellcek white china, all this week, previous to stocktaking. If you decorate china, or would like to begin, now's your chance. Besides all the standard shades for daily table use we have lots of fancy pieces such as: Vases, Jardinieres, Cigar Jars, Rose Jars, Loving Cups, Trays. Toasting Cups, Etc. E. O. Hall St Son, Ltd. COB KING AND FORT STS. ALWAYS IN STOCK Fine Driving fcEINS, WHIPS, HARNESS, RIDING BRIDLES, BITS, SPURS, SADDLES AND ROBES. C. R. COLLINS, 82-84 King Street Near Fort. Noiseless Easily Repaired "ME W DOM Siphon jet low down closet, embossed bowl, bent oak piano finish and paper lined tank. Natural oak, never splits seat, and Douglas siphon value. Sample in our show window. JO H N NOTT. The Plumber. 85 King Street. 2 4 1 3t 3 1 8 IN FOREIGN LANDS or in your native land when you are away from home, the SEMI-WEEKLY GAZETTE will be found a most welcome visitor; giving as it. does a condensed summary of all the local news of the Islands and Honolulu. Subscribe before you start on your travels and you won't need to "wonder what is happening at home" while you are away. Price 25 cents per month or $3.00 per year postpaid to any part of the United States. Foreign postage extra. Hawaiian Gazette Co., Ltd. 5? 65 South King Street. PUBLISHERS. 'Phone 88. Honolulu, Hawaii. ft ft S & ft ft 4 0000OSO0C . . 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