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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1910.
II ii 1 p- i i LOTS IN FRUITVALE ijOne Cent Per Or a trifle over for home sites of more than one acre each, adjoining the celebrated Pu kele Homesteads in PALOLO VALLEY, ten minutes' walk from the car line. These lots are adjoining the beautiful homes of Owen Williams, William A. Rideout, Charles J. Schoening, Edward F. Patten, and others. The rear of these lots extends to theTiill slopes, from which grand views are to be had. Correct soil for all kinds of fruit. Let me show you this property. $500 per acre and up. Map in my window. jChas. S. Desky FORT STREET SDLK KOMIONOS Gorgeous and Quiet Patterns; Silk Scarfs, Neckties, Pin Cushions, Frogskin Bags, Lanterns, Place Cards, etc. JAPANESE BAZAAR 1137 Fort Street FAIRMONT HOTEL The Most Superbly Situated Hotel in the World OVERLOOKING THE ENTIRE BAY OF SAN FRANCISCO. THE GOLDEN GATE AND THE REBUILT C.TY. CONVENIENT TO SHOPPING, THEATER. BUSINESS AND RAILROAD CENTERS. THE EPITOME OF HOTEL EXCELLENCE Operated on Both American and European Flan. Combining alt tie conveniences and luxuries a good hotel should have, with many unique, original and eic!'. i: :5ijrei. Cnttrely refurnished and refitted at a cost of over three million dollars. Social center of the city headquarters of the Army and Navy scene of most of the social festivities. ACCOMMODATIONS FOR 1,000 GUESTS. BATES: American Table d'Hote) Plan, one person, per day - - $5.00 and upwards European (a la Carte; Plan, room and bath, one person, per day, $2.50 and upward MANAGEMENT PALACE HOTEL COMPANY (Also Operating Palace Hotel) SAN FRANCISCO BEEF From Parker's Ranch NONE BETTER GROWN ANYWHERE AND WE KEEP IT SO IT GOES TO YOU IN GOOD FORM AND WELL FLAVORED. WE HAVE AUSTRALIAN BUTTER OF EXCEL LENT QUALITY. The Metropolitan Meat Market HEILBRON AND LOUIS, Proprietors. Telephone No. 1814 We have just received another carload of the famous Garland Stoves and Ranges GARDEN LID 1 ES BIG FIJI Will Send Same Team Workers Back to the Legislature Kuhio Will Get Big Vote. MORE PINKHAM CURES Till- Kauai Republican, at t li i r von volition 1 1 1 1 i at Lihui' on September 2i, liuminateil the following county ticket: Slieiitf, V. H. l;i,.e Jr.: treasurer. A. ice; auditor, (J. Maser; couuty .1. M. Kuneakua; county attor- the ; a ml the seii- five II. cier ney, iv. Jvaeo. 1-iaiiotiny for representatives gav following re-nit?: C A. Mice. C.l ; .1. II. Conev. 01 II. Hu.idy. 4ti; V. J Sheldon, 41, .1. K. Ku'a, oU. i; motion of Mr. Kula, after conii!etion of the balloting, the choice for the four elected candidates was madi unanimous. K. A. Knudsen was named for ator. The delegates from each if the districts met together in different parts ! of tli.- hall, to nominate candidates for ! the five supervisors' position, and the following were the names decided upon for each district: Waimea. F. 5ay; Koloa, W. D. Mc Hryde; Lihue, II. 1). Wishard; Kawai hau. J. liodrigues; Hanalei. J. K. Lota. The appointment of a county execu tive committee was announced as fol lows: J. Akina, Niihati; O. Hansen, Keka ha: .1. K. Kapuniai. Waimea; 15. D. I'.aldwin. Makaweli; R. V. Kinney. Wa hiavva: (i. I'. Wilcox. Koloa; W. H. Ji'ice, Lihue; H. V. Spalding. Ki'alia; I. L. ILuddy, Kilauea; Win. Werner. Hanalei W. II. Rice was appointed chairman; Wm. Werner, secretary, and i. 1'. Wil cox treasurer. .hide Wiruor is the member from Kauai on the territorial central committee. Hon. C. A. Riee was appointed by the executive committee as campaign manager for the cominj; campaign. A vote of thanks was tendered Hon. W. H. Rice for the fine luau given in his spacious grounds. Democrats Endorse Some. The Democrats of Kauai, by their delegates, convened at the house of .laseph I, mail carrier, ou Wednesday, September 21, to name their ticket. The business of the meeting was car ried through without much opposition on the part of- rival candidates. The party leaders, feeling that there is a lack of strong men among their number, felt obliged to seek assistance from the ranks of the Republicans, and show ed wisdom by nominating six of the present county office holders who are of the lie-publican persuasion. Three of these, the chairman, II. D. Wishard, and J. Opio and W. Huddy of Kawai hau and Hanalei districts respectively, were supervisors, and the other three were A. II. Rice, county treasurer; J. M. Kaneakua, county clerk, and S. K. Kaeo, county attorney. There were about thirty-five delegates present, several of whom had proxies. Following were the nominations: Senator, .1. S. 1'. Chandler. Representatives. Keahi Naurnu. Ke kaha; Simeon Kaialau, Waimea; M. A. Mikaele, Koloa, and John Koani, Ka waihau. Supervisors. Waimea, J. W. Kahale anu: Koloa. William Oitarmari; Lihue, 11. I). Wishard: Kuwaihau, J. Opio; Ha nalei, Wm. Huddy. County officers, sheriff, Joseph I; county attorney. S. K. Kaeo; treasurer. A. H. Rice; auditor, Charles A. Aki; countv clerk, J. M Kaneakua. BLACK BASS ARRIVE TO STOCK WAHIAWA About one hundred and fifty black ba.-s from California which arrived in tank- on the steamship LuiTine yester day mornintx. wore taken out to Wa hiawa vesterday afternoon and emptied into the waters back of the big Wa hiawu dam. The fish were brought here in charge of W. M. Templetou in charge of the Wahiawa Water Company's affairs, the proposition being au old one with the company which concluded that such ti-h would thrive there. The original shipment consisted of about IsO fish, but twenty four died on the way-. Mr. Templetou eonider. himself fortunate in arriving with so m an v as it was predicted that about half would die before the end of the voyage. The water in th" tanks had to stirred continual v. Added to the Long List due to This Famous Remedy. Camden, N.J. "It is with pleasure that I add my testimonial to your already long list hoping that it may indue others to avail themselves of this valuable medi cine, Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. I suf fered from terrible headaches, pain in my back and right side, was tired and nervous, and so weaklcould hardly stand. Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetsw ble Compound re stored me to health and made me feel like a new person, and it shall always have my praise." Mrs. AV. P. Valentine, 902 Lincoln Avenue, Camden, X. J. Gardiner, Me. "I was a great suf ferer from a female disease. The doc tor said I would have to go to the hospital for an operation, but Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound com pletely cured me in three months." Mrs. S. A. Williams, 11. F. D. No. 14, Box 39, Gardiner Me. Because your case is a difficult one, doctors having done you no good, do not continue to suffer without giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial. It surely has cured many cases of female ills, such as in flammation, ulceration, displacements, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bearing-down feeling; indigestion, dizziness, and ner vous prostration. It costs but a trifle to try it, and the result is worth mil lions to many sufferim? women. I I TOO MUCH LOVE OF NATURE-IN GHQNG Indulged in Passion for Flowers at the Expense of an Honest Man. We call especial attention to our PURITAN RANGE which is the handsomest, best propor tioned and best made U.mge ever pro duced. The plain appearance of the Range is1 relieved by the use of only a sufficient amount of nickel trimmings to produce a highly artistic effect. Trice from $47.50 up. We carry thirty three different Stoves and Ranges in stock, and our pricet vary to suit your pocketbook. Come and see our Oakland Stove with Steel Oven for $10.00 j Cash or instalment O. Hall & Son, Ltd. Household Dept. Second Floor n SW.. ffT?Y 1 .'!7.-d in !! ! -'au Mond., C-jJ ! is ii ':! Do You Want Long, Heavy Hair? Then treat your hair well. See that it is properly fed. Growth of every kind demands proper food. Starved hair splits at the ends, turns prematurely r:y, keeps short and dry. Then f jed your hair. Feed it with proper food, a regular luir-food. Feed it with Ay er's I lair Vigor. Thus help nature ::!! you possibly can toward giving you rich, heavy, luxuriant hair. Ask your doctor about your hair and about Ay er's Hair Vigor. Follow his advice. Ayer's Hair Vigor DOES NOT COLOR THE NA1R A slight revision of that popular phrase, "(Joing back to Nature," is the principal reason by which one Ah ( hong is at present viewing the cosmos in longitudinal sections that is to say, why lie is at present gazing upon kaleidoscopic humanity through the apertuies afforded by a window in the city jail. The revision above mentioned is found in the change of one word. In Ah ( hong's version it reads, "Going back for Nature." The police call him a thief, but in more poetical terms he is just a fool. Acting Chief of Detectives .John Kel lett is the secondary cause of his pres ent incarceration, coupled with the first cause leing one thousand slips of vari colored carnations. These juvenile blooms were once the property of Mu ( hong, but are now claimed bv the police department, who hope to show by them that Ah ('hong is possessed of some of the manias or phobias that lead one person to annex another person's property. Mu ( hong is a planter by nature and an hon-est man by trade ostensibly so, at least. Ah ( hong is a planter by na ture also, but his trade runs along other than Christian lines. Late Tuesday night, it is alleged, he entered the yard of Mu ( iiong and uprooted au even thousand carnation slips, put them in a sack and went home for a well-earned rest. Melville Post's argtmient, that there is always a break of a thread in the fabric to 1-efrnv the foe of society, was clumsily portrayed in this case. Hut instead of some scrap of paper, loosely tied knot or a similar clue, Ah ('hong just clumsily left 'a thick trail of carnation slips behind him, which led the officers right into his house. Ah ('hong will explain his actions to dav in court. SMUGGLES JEWELS SAN FRANCISCO. September li. A box containing l.tHH worth of jew- iiich it is claimed should have been de.-'aied and a duty paid on it. be!eni;iiig to Mi. Walker c. Crave-. le i t ui society in n;.s city, was room nf t he pu r-er on th-' I 'h i l.a I ' v the cut om otli- i-1 lh it Mr-. Craves, who ' of a iawyer and the d.iugh a ' e .lefl'e ron .1 a m es. a v. h-'ie :i!t. left the box with the 'lie '!i-na. without teillug II ;!. Tile iil-pectofs go! e rt.y-t c ri 'Mis box. and when i' col Id be furui-hed by the was broken into and the nlents exposed, r be found that there iva- to evade duty. Mr-. Cvive h.tve to p i v a fi no of ."..Oo 1, tew eirv con li-cat ed. or face -er want : wonl ,,f t:o ; purser. ;.-!! rah- S-n-lid a j i i i f' Mi iDVid by Dr. 1. C. ir & C., Lowttl, irfait., U.S. . 1 i l a v i - e,':i-rt ' " ha ve ta j. wei'-y unli her when -he left, but en-' em- .-, 1 1 1 h . f i T want to know ;- tlo-v w . re net entered, accord rig law. heio'o be.ttg takeri from the i n t ry . I-' rank Tar.i. the q-iart ermaster of I tii" -team-h,!' Cj.i'ia. wui contessed to having a'tempte.l t smuggle ..' worth of C,i!e-e ;,o':gee oil f. VC-s.-l last Sat nrda . was held ves'erda v to an swfr beiore the Federal grand j-iry liid.-r -JO'i bond-. He de-ired to be sentenced at once, but it will -be nec-e-arv for hi'u to fir-r be inducted by the gran 'I j;;ry and then tried liy the d -tro-r co'ir". beti re fe can learn what hs fin ri .- - h men t will be. Tara ye-(. r d.-iv ri-lgue 1 his posit Km on the China, -av'ng thai lie would return to ills hoire in Aiisiri.i. P in HEINZ'S India Relish Baked Beans Tomato Ketchup Apple Butter ABSOLUTELY PURE A suggestion from among the famous Your Grocer Has Them X Meats at the Alexander Young Cafe are served with two or three vegetables and the price is not greater than is charged m places where one is served. The service and surroundings arc better. The train leaving 0. R. and L Depot at 9:15 in the morn ing carries passengers on the two-day, ten-dollar trip tc Haleiwa and the sugar and pineapple plantations. A good trip for strangers to take. Honolulu Institute For Physiotherapy Corner Beretania and Kichards Streets. Open from 8 a. m. to 7 p. m. except Sunday. All kinds of Electric Light Baths (blue, red, white and Tiolet), Steam Baths, Turkish. Russian, Pine Needle, Nauheim, Carbonic Acid and Oxygen or Medicated Baths, Massage, X-Rays and High Frequency, ete., ete. Special attendant for ladies. Westinghouise LJ: Fan c Comf brp Summer is what'you make it MAKE IT COOL AND COMFORTABLE BY INSTALLING AM ELECTRIC PAN The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd, BO H Shi t and intestines, constipation, liver troubles, heart disease, weak lungs, blood poverty, rheumatism, sciatica, stiff joints, general de bility, diseases of the nervous system, pelvic ailments, kidney disease, catarrh, bronchitis all these can not long exist when perfect circulation is obtained. That is the object and certain result of "Nature Cure and Oste opathy." DR. E. SCHURMANN OFFICE -167-179 Beretania Ave., corner Union Street. Telephone 1733 HOURS 8 to 12 A. M. 2 to 6 P. M. Finp f nttnn Cvono I DRESS PATTERNS, j SILK AND COTTON CREPE WAIST PATTERNS, I STRIPED COTTON CREPES BY THE YARD. j SAYEGUSA Nuuanu Street Above Hotel WE MAKE AND RETAIL PUIRNDTUtRE AND SELL ON EASY TERMS. HEADQUARTERS FOR BEDDING AND WIRE MATTRESSES. Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd. Comer King and Alakea Streets.