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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,. 1910
' 9 ' i . . i GURNEY 1 ! LOCAL BREVITIES. i j ; i - Refrigerator' 1 ' r .-r.f or t: i lie! i ? ll!,Si"I"l. tu-aiu". is !'.'! away j 3 ' i. a i ,jy To ! li oin the j tee or.iV , CLEANABLE j KiA ri I ;e Savers. -?'e Back Our Assertions. This is :i ti'e one appreciates a flood Befr:g rvc-r the Gurney is the 'jttt bv actual t-'st. Made in 45 styles, fie Specui Midsummer Sale will "con tinue for only Two Weeks. Befriterr-.r at 9.59, $12.50, $15.0b, 118.50, i'-C.f.O. etc. Ice Bc-.t- at $r.r.O, $3.75, $10.00, 111.00, $;;''". r ;:.-(. etc. I. W. DIMOND & CO.. Ltd. '3-oT King .Street. il! ... e v. , il Hi CO., H S. Martinez, Tres. and Mgr. Electrical Engineering and Contracting Electrical Supplies I1S7 ALAKEA STREET In connection with my Ready to Wear Department, I have opened Dressmaking Parlors, Room 67-68, Young Building. MRS. ZEAVE NOTICE. In compliance with the request of the Republican County Committee, a special fneeting of the Republican Club. 2nd Precinct. 4th District, will he held on Friday evening. September 30. 15U0. at 7:30 p. tn. at the Public Baths. Waikiki. HENRY VAX GIESOX, 87S1 " . Secretary. BUSINESS LOCALS. See the Y. M. C. A. Night School's exhibit- in Day k Co. 's window this week. The Royal Hawaiian Garage has the finest class of automobiles in the city for rent service. -Telephone 1910. A nurse leaving for San Francisco in October would be willing to help with invalid or children for her fare. Best of references. Write to Box B, Lihue, Kauai. KUHIO'S HAWAII ROUTE. L 1 k'c i ei.cw Da !.-.,: Un..-Tl wa t.i ha ton, I. O. i T ij i evening Vtoi. er 14. !lO lo(. JiU.l W!.'1 the t The Youiig Wotnen 1 . ; h ti Ti. ran C "ivi'n I y t a i t-atnrday nieht o.t and Kiiir - at eil.t. and a '.;!; aie promised .oil Ot u made at Odd Cania- j it Odd ' Ueets. a L!ooi ! i I nvnlry tlia' y Oahu Can rollout Hal ACCUSE AND INSULT . II SETTLEMENT NURSE Negro Gang Blame Palama Worker for" Woman's Death. Knox 0 e obrated Hats been postponed until interesting affair will a large crowd to the tie comes. nristian Asso ciation w:il open uj its gymnasium ; woik )hi eveti.iig at Balaam gvmna- j slum with a basketball game." All j your. a vc:ie.-n of Honolulu are cordially iuvit-i to t present. 1 lie pane is to be eai.ed at a quarter to eight. Three charges, of highway robbery, one of larceny in the second degree and one or larceny .n the first degree were entered against Joe Ferraje. Acting Chief Keiiett ye.-terday found the watch 1'erraje stole, ne having sold it for five dollar;, an.'i given a "forged receipt for it. , Billon M,ss Till dev. a Balama Settlement l urse. Was yesterday the victim of as ' shabby a bit of ingratitude as was j probably ever experienced by anyone j in Hawaii.' Despite the fact that for j some time she has ueeu nursing u iiegi ess, suffering from heart tioulde, ministering to tne 5iek woman in the i Vineyard street shuns and doing it ia jthe name ot charity, when the woman died yesterday aftemoou her friends tumeU upon the nlirse, accused her of Quality above the Price. THE MOST FASHIONABLE STRAWS AND FELT HATS MADE IN AMERICA. If you wear a Knox $3.50 Straw Hat you are dis tinctive as to style. v WE HAVE THEM AS HIGH AS $5.00. Honda a lavoratoe nn have heard him in hi who has made such ession upon all who public addresses. will pak at the Young People's con vention in the Portuguese church, Mil ler street, tomorrow evening at half past seveu. The bishop sails on Mon day next for Lis boiue in Tokio. Japan. In the shipment of pure bred Here ford stock brought here yesterday on the Lurline from the Cone Ranch Com pany of California were eight bulb Mason of Puaka. and five for the Corn wei! ranch on Maui. There was also a shipment of seventeen rams and three 1 ewes trom . A. Kimball ot California. !HJ consigned to Robert Hind of Hawaii. Bishop Honda leaves this morning for Kahuku where he will address a mass meeting of Japanese this evening. Re turning by the early train tomorrow morning, he will visit Wahiawa and lay the cornerstone of a new Japanese church at the Waipio Pineapple Com pany's camp where a lareg number of the laborers have recently ' become Christians and joined the' Methodist church. 3 v- Vkt&"y PERSONALS. E. J. Lord, the contractor, returned yesteniav from Hawaii and Lanai. On Haj'a!i he wa engaged in placing dams I lin,1ertaKer c at the upper intakes of the Lower Ha, ! 'ver he ,1vas makua ditch, to conserve more of the water in the streams, which -has here tofore been allowed to go to waste. hav.iig been the cause of the woman's death, heaped insult and abuse upon her and tureatened to do her bodily injury. The dead woman was Mrs. darner, the widow of Alex. Garner, the negro who was murdered in a drunken row some months ago. Her friends wera the three negroes supposed to be im plicate! with the escape from jail of the murderer Grace, 'and others of the same Vineyard street stripe of ignor ance and ingrained viciousness. For some time the woman had been treated at the dispensary and at her home by the cuaiuty phys cian, being looked af ter in her worst attacks bv Miss Ting- f,,r i lev. Yesterdav, a message came to the nurse, who is in the Settlement dis pensary near Camp No. 2, that the woman had had a fainting spell. The nurse hurried over, saw that the woman was unconscious and hastened to give stimulants. .She forcer some whiskvinto ! the woman's mouth and held a phial of ammonia to her nostrils. These had n effect and a closer examination by the nurse showed that the woman was dead. . As soon as this was announced, the negroes began to mutter and one took possession of the ammonia bottle, which lie sniffed. The pungent odor stagger ed him and he immediately shouted that the nurse had given, the woman poison. In the meanwhile Miss Tingley noti fied Doctor Mackall that the death had occurred and he issued a death certifi- i cate, giving the cause as heart j of your trip wilj be far greater if you disease, and notified the undertaker j are prepared to preserve in the photo t hat there was a funeral to be held i the beailties s00n. at the countv s expense. hen the. ' undertaker called for the bodv. how- EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC" j p Lid. BEAUTLFUL BRAID CLOSELY WOVEN KNOX FELTS stand fast as to shape. The finest long wool only used in the manufacture of Knox Hats. $3.50 and $5.00., Silva's Toggery KING STREET NEAR FORT STREET, r KODAKS FROM . $5.00 TO $100.00. THE PLEASURE RUBBERSET The only Tooth Brush made that goes to the consumer in a sealed case. THE BRISTLES WON'T, COME OUT. Every one held in a bed of vulcanized rubber. ABSOLUTELY THE BEST TOOTH BRUSH MADE. BENSON. SMITH & CO.. Ltd. Fort and Hotel Streets. as met by the "negro gang. the members of which refused to give Edward Mills, an accounting officer of the, treasury department, arrived on the Lurline yesterday and is engaged in checking up the accounts of the in ternal revenue othee. This is the reg ular semiannual checking up. Mr. Mills has just finished checking up the San Francisco office, and on his wax west checked up the Chicago office and several others. the body up. Doctor Mackall and met with the a went to tne same serf of TO OPEN MAN0A COURTS WITH EXHIBITION MATCHES Miss Tingley had. and again the charges j of having killed the woman were made ' Fort below Iloti against the Mackall. seeing how Thp rew tPrtr.is r-mirta fit tliA Afnnnn fl.i.L'j, .T-ejueuioer i. ine riepuun- jj,, can campaign win start on witn a huge ! campaign rasa on Wedneslay iiiirht. with rally at Moohe.au Park, the principal speaker being Delegate Kuliio. who will arrive 'here from Honolulu on Wednes day morning and "will make a tour of the island before returning. The Dele gate will be given every opportunity to address the meeting and express his views and while the candidates for the countr orrtees, legislature and board of are finally completed, and C. G. Bock us, president of the Hawaiian Ten uis Association, is hopping around to j;et an all star aggregation of racquet ers together for an exhibition tourna ment to initiate the new stamping nurse. things were, got the sheriff to step in i and order an autopsy, iu order definitely i to settle the question as to the cause of death, t'nder police surveillance, the i body was taken away from the negroes, and last night an autopsy was per formed in the presence of Doctor Sex ton, wtio liaii neen retained ny tne negroes to . watch, of Doctor Mackall and the sheriff,. Doctor Emerson per forming the autopsy. The result was to confirm the cause of death stated by the city physician, t lie certificate of Doctor Emerson beinj to the effect that death had resulted from valvular disease of the heart and myocarditis (inflammation). The result of the autopsy, of course, clears Miss Tingley of any blame in the matter, although no one but the most ignorant would ever have blamed her. What she supervisor will all be on hand and!wliere- atu'r intenng up seated on the platform, outside of be ing introduced to the audience, thev ground next s-ati.rtay afternoon. Ihetij. 5n the opinion of the physicians, courthouse, adjoining the courts in the j was exactly the proper thing to have conrtvard. is soaeioiis structure. ! done. From a peek in it looks like a ballroom, i on the courts, the hops by converting a great i ukulele-. The court pfavers 1 . r-? their racquets into a!t as i i nan thost I ,: at he look as hard Pacific Tennis Club, but his is only in appearance, due cessive oiling and rolling. No lar.s were formulated vester- wiil not be expected to take hand in the speech ma king. l)u Thursday and Friday Olaa will be , P'1 ha! visited and the section of north Kilo t( til,? M1 as far as llakalau. On Saturday I 'lennite Puna will have the call and a meeting will be held in Kalapana that night. Sunday will be observed as a day of rest ind on Monday the Prince will again - take up his work, leaving 'for Kau and then following: on througni 1 lie -Mutual leieplione Company re the Konas and Kohala and returning j quests tha till subscriber carefully to this city by way of Ilamakua. j examine the temporary directory, and " j report, in wntint;. to the otlice on WHAT TUP PBCQQ AftCMTQ CAY I Adam- Lane, yT!y' errors iu names or ilini I lib I uuwu nwkiiiw wni : dav afternoon, 1 nt it was said that the courts would le dedicated by some sort of doing- next Saturday afternoon sure ly, provided it dn t raiu torrentially. '1 consider that this attack upon in the skip i ',ss 1 ingiey is one ot tne most uis niitrht hold ! graceful things I have ever seen, and evidence ot more ungratefulness I could ever have expected trom anyone," stated Doctor Mackall last night, who praised Miss Tingley as an untiring and faithful nurse and one of the most competent in the citx-. In view of the threats that have been made against her by the Vineyard street gang, however. Miss Tingley will be transferred to a dispensary in some other part of the cite. Superintendent Bath so stating last night. MEMORIAL ARCH TO THE EMERS0NS IS FINISHED addressi- New Dress Trimmings The Park Theater. The Lurline brought a number of new flais to the management of the Tark yesterday, and several were thrown on the screen for the first time last night. The comedy acts were well received, snd the single turns were applauded to the echo. The Park is really a delight ful place nt which to spend an evening. There is always plenty of air, and to licco smoke does not annoy anyone be eatife it mixes quickly with the ozone. There is to !,.; a new "team here shortly that will .-et the people crazy through the fuii::v se.m:s tendered and the ex- eelienee l,i the artists who manipulate j Beaded banding with the ivories on the piano. Singing and j 0n net. dancing ;r:iiia; steps will be among' let Our show i nt' accessories for verv striding a if trimming the Fall em! d beautiful and dre APPLIQUE EDGE AND GALOON j On ' the seventeenth of October a 'stone memorial arch over the eutrance to the grounds of the old Waialua church will be dedicated while the semiannual conference of the Oahu churches is in progress there. The ! area lias l,, , n erected as a memorial j.. the l-'.inerson family who were the t i first missionaries to labor in that dis " I tricf. The conference will be held on !0 j October 1. H and IT. in The arch has oc.-n erected at the r-x- ieu-e ot tne ue.-eioia nts ot eanv mis- ion.'irics. , metal e'tionn TV tares. Hen Don ': at t: e price the V;. a dime, acts a: Smith i keep tii he can , ' parent j screen tures t' (st : - p-iiii: be s-e-: Wise and Katie. ::ii-s -eelng this clever couple .ove.tv. They are worth the ol t. i.--ion to any show, and at - viiii see r-nd hear them for T::eir :n gs are new and thei'r va-idevi'ie ton.ltners. Ratfte d.disg -o:i:e nr.w steps that audieio e guessing a" t-t how I io-t i., f jH four places, sp at tit.- same moment. The - .; !.. very pretty pic-1 - ;,(. at.d fhey as litter-j '.ri-ttv" The Vovelrv i : o;i a oo ; sliow that should BAND TRIMMINGS in ir.-n-ti n n .1 ri ; I r O Vi t T i 'i il C .1 . HAWAIIAN BAND WILL TAKE MONTH VACATION CHAMF.BKLAIN'S KOUSEIIOLI' PAIN BALM ITF.CESSITY. It ider,t be the fvi be f..,. that Ch foncd nits, w the s heals r all deal for TTa, Pain Balm hi- place of GOLD AND SILVER head mbroidered on net. BAND TRIMMINGS in Colored I,;i..-'. Floss and Gol-1 Thread HANDSOME ELACK NET banding with ?!-. and lac-t embroidery ER SPANGLED NETS. in White atid cohirs. bands to match and f Bra id. Muttons, GOLD & SIL" Plain N, a; i n i v e r a Ed it t t W i ; i( n r.isu.in or a rla a -rn t?..e ;.f --an n-t always i r. Th'-n it is I Pahi 8. !m is never i eas. s or sprains. t " . . ; , : t- s i 1 I H n.es e- U j re i r ,rr,; For sale i v I Cor. Fort and Beretania Streets SACHS DRY GOODS CO th & Co agents j Opp. Fire Station. The Hawaiian band announces that bv permission of the mayor and th"1 si;pervi-oi- it ili take its regular vaca tion. 1 eginn'ng next Saturday and end ing oi November 1. They will play this J eviiniig, however, tor t ie Home hnie part v at the ineetittg at Aaia Park, be gi inline at seven o'clock, and will play at ti Jewelry Watches Silverware None Better Made. None Better Can Be Made. J. A. R, Vieira &.Go. 113 Hotel Street " i y Shoe Comfort Fine Wines and Liquors LOVEJOY & CO. 02 NTJUANTJ STREET. TELEPHONE 2708. FRENCH LAUNDRY J. ABADIE - PROPRIETOB PHONE 1491 777 King Street Here's a Shoe built for comfort and wear. Generous sole with slight extension fea ture, just enough to convey the comfort idea. Good strong leather built up to protect the ankles. Patent fasteners and eyelets that will not show brass. Mclnerny Shoe Store Fort Street Above King Street THE EAGLE TELEPHONE 2575. CLEANING, DYEING and PRESSING WOKU FOKT AND KUKUI STREETS. count v tt eleven o ce t c i o r r o w m o r n i n g lo.-k. RECITAL AT THE YOUNG HOTEL ed for Young I, eel next Tuesday eve&icff. in whica An artistic program i- arraru e recital to bo give.St the WONDERFUL CURIOSITIES AT 1 ANCHOR SALOON Standing Room Only . Admission Free. OLD KONA COFFEE McCHESNL Y CO! FEB CO., 16 Merchant St. For Rent FOLDING CHAIRS AND TABLES J. H0PP & COMPANY, LTD. HOTEL MANX SAN FRANCISCO. San Francisco's newest hotel containing 300 rooms, each with circu lating ice water and each connecting with bath. Half a block from Union Square and convenient to all the principal shops, theaters, rail road ticket offices and points 6 interest. Meals table d hot or a la carte. Bates: Without bath. $1.50 per day and up. With bath: $2.00 per day and up. ' Under the management of GUS C. LARM. Honolulu Representative: WILLIAM DOUTHITT, Room 30S, Mc Candless Building. E. DAVIS & Merchandise Brokers Nuuanu and Merchant Streets soptam si void Hotel lerzer will p reseat ' arms a lianNt. and Mrs. Hugo ITerzvr Tickets are on sale at Berg- j Mn-ic Com pan ; and Young Renear Co., Ltd. ALGAROBA BEAN MILLS COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE LAXATIVE moves the cause. to cure a cold in ot GROVE 6 signature o: bv PARI: BKOMO-Ol'IXIN'l-:. Used tin- vrorM ce , ,,-e v V ' e- MEDICINE CO.. S-. Absolutely Pure. PINECTAI LEITHEAD & WOODWARD. Telephone 15; -7. BEST CLEANER AND DYER U. TOGAWA Fort St. opp. Convent. Founder of original Eagle Dyeing and Cleaning Works. - Distilled Water Ice For Ic-e, Distilled Water and Cold Storage, consult the Oahu Ice & Electric Co. i Box 600. Phone 1123. f;v-.V.