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THE SUNDAY ADVERTISER, OCTOBER 2, 1910.
NOVELTY THEATRE Car. K".'!uvs and Pauahi Sts. RANGE SMITH, The Banana Man. Wis3 and Milton ilBjciEg. Dancing and Comedy Artisti and Latest Motion Pictures MISS LAURA ATKINS. MR. FRANK BLAIR. CONNIE MARINA, and MOTION PICTURES. 1-THEATRE 2 Changes a Week 2 J J Admission 15c-10c-5c APRON AND NECKTIE DANCE OCTOBER 6. ODD FELLOWS BUILDING ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCING POPULAR HOTELS IN JAPAN. MIYAKO HOTEL KYOTO NARA HOTEL. Nara near Kyoto GONTKAI HOTEL Ise, near Nara Apartments, uisme ana service j Highest Standard J PLEASANT0N HOTEL A Jt a a a at Wilder Ave. and Punahou. J The Star Dyeing and Cleaning Shop 221 Beretania Street, near Alake. Telephone 1182. MAKAI SIDE OF STREET J0 connection with the place across tk street.. TOar7aSrn"iih Trust Department -STATES MANAGED. REVXNTJU COLLECTED, LOANS AND IN VESTMENTS MADE. Fire Insurance AGENTS FOR ENGLISH-AMERICAN UNDERWRITERS. Real Estate FOB TiE. LOTS KALIHI, PUTJNUL KEWALO AND KAIMTJEJ. FROM S5.00 TO S100.00. THE PLEASURE (d your ti yre prep:, graph the wi'! l e far greater if vou J 't to : reserve in the i.lio'o- I 1 ! e:i!it!('s ii'Ptl "EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC ' ' Pli sin go; Jewelry Watches Silverware Made. J.A, R. Vieira & Go. 113 II WMW KODAKS 10 GURNEY Refrigerator is the only CLEANABLE tli King of Ice-Savers. We Back Our Assertions. This is the time one appreciates a 3ood Refrigerator the Gurney is the oest tiv actual test. Made in 45 styles. The Special Midsummer Sale will con tinue for enly Two Weeks. Refrigerators at $9.50, $12.50, $15.00, $13.50,' $25.00, -26.50. etc. Ice Boxes at $7.50, $3.75, $10.00, 111.00, $3 5.00. $17.50, etc. W. W. DIMONO & CO., Ltd. 53-57 King Street. THE ONWARD FURNITURE SHOE 'SLIDING Onward Sliding Furniture Shoe (sue -PMor to the wheel castor) will not in jure floor, carpet, linoleum or rug, nor "mnkle the rug on a polished floor. . TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED. COYNE FURNITURE CO.. LTD. Jas. W. Pratt REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE CITY AUCTION GO, 125 Merchant St. AT AUCTION At our salesroom, 125 Merchant St. Friday, Oct. 7, 1910, At 10 o'clock a. m. Tents Conical Tents Wall Tents JAS. W. PRATT, AUCTIONEER. For Sale or Lease Two story, mosquito-proof cottage, j practically new, seven rooms, all mod I ern conveniecees; 2'ounds well planted with fruit and foliage trees; good neighborhood, and convenient to cars. JAS. W. PRATT, A TTOTTO NT; ER. WONDERFUL CURIOSITIES AT ANCHOR SALOON Standing Room Only Admission Free. Wing 1 ai & Co. Contractors and Builders. Furniture, Wall Paper, Painting. 1216 Nmianu Ave. C. BREWER & COMPANY, LTD, AGENTS FOR THE EoTal Insiuance Co., of Liverpool, Eng " land. London Ajsr.r.tnce Corporation. Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd. of London. "a'e-ion'.ari Insurance Co. The I'T-per Rhine Insurance Co., lAi ( Marice). Scottish I'nion & National Insuranee Co., ox Edinburgh, Scotland- I LOANS NEGOTIATED LOCAL BREVITIES. i.Vldolpli ;,;. M:!!lrhlM ill to!!, Sp! 'Of I;. 'is I'stM! Tli.- Woman ' iii't'-ii win hi ct : 11 W :t .'i mat ; u i i a it Si. I i ? ! . 11 T -i' nf 'nirii'-iiiail' I )( t'll tM- 2'.'. . I ..I : . n-'s or, Saturlav I.iiras Hlu-. ;!!(' ,1111' oi ( ii -air inn v 1 ii !.!: ,,r t ilea t cr iiri a Hot i'I s! r. Scully. to ;,-: riH-t an !i aixl iiir t site for -la -k r.in.er Mi'at -i i or . i . .. .-i . F. K ii. lias nvn ij:ri!nTc fronds who may liavc '( 'ishi'd in '.w expi.s'on mi Ma' I i UN's ln.iifii'isi. Los .noio-. on iii'ay nioht. lame.-. L. Mrl.i'a:,. vice pros'dent of the Intir I h uI company, v. Un I turning flow tin' mainland mi tin- Man (htiria. Iris wirelessed ' n to hi, com pa i-v to make esorv.-i I bo on t he Maenn Kca for so vera I pa--otioer .n the l.ifj liner. The tourists- will make a trip to di vide;) no. Tht ( Mvi'r llros. ' "n i -nasi ;? .oro-un of w York ha- writ!. mi K. I . Hail & Sou, in.piii iro l t:s Hawaiian tt't i and opi ort unities for cr t in r la rye ouantities of ir. Tin' company docs ,( lold.ers' !,i:-lnes. an.l the merits of tli ' i-oll'.'o ha-e for.-ed a ii I market in t he 1'ast, if it .-an l.e lirocured in ia ree unoiioh iji ant ities. The hiarintr in the rase of Koon Ko ami Koon Heen. ap.dii'ants for adniis-j r-. Iiart and Mis- L.fitli Hart of sion into tiie l iiiied .siaies. was roil jra!h:i, Xev loxico. :i:t ri'i-i'ii; arri-als eluded before Fi-deral Jinlge Ro!,ertson j 't"'v' I"'"JX from the oa-t as passen yesterday iiionunjj. Altorney I avis ' ,,rs IU the Sierra. Mrs. Iiart and makiiiii an impa-sione. spee,-h on l.e- j 'lauiil.ter arc liouseeuesjs of Lieut, and half of his clients. The iudae took the i Mrs. Arthur W. Hanson. Fifth Cavalry, matter binder ad is, mien j and will " It's ilecision Momia- iiimihi:. j Colonel Schuyler, fifth Cavalry, who j was appointed to tin general stall re-j centlv and -.v ill take np luties in the near future, just after the entire Fifth Cavalrv is stationed here under his command, mav not he the ollicer to i conmiaitd the newly created army divi sion for Hawaii. He. v.ill not I . moted to the rrane or hriuaiiier-'reiiera r,-.,. ...,,- o.i it, ,i.,o.,i,.int imn is snob to l e appointed by tin iuoton authorities. W.I-.1-' , Superintendent of V 1 1 AYorhs Campbell has received plans from Major j Win slow. Corps of liuineers. for the j dredirinii and eiilnr-iiim of Honolulu i Corps ot Liioineers. for the.' and enlar-iiiLr of Honolulu Vhe plans have been pretty I Ia rbor well known ever since tne I ntted States bean to work on the harbor. Thev contemplate the removal of the quaran-tii-e wharf from its present position to a location further back, while much of the virgin coral on the lower side of the harbor is to 1 e dredged out. BUSINESS LOCALS. The concert and dance at Pavilion. Pearl City, F.wa, will be given tonight. The Eoyal 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. : WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS SAY My Hapa-Haole Queen. Visitors to the Xovelty during the early part of this week will hear the above mentioned song, which is being very cleverly interpreted by Wise and Milton. The words are by Jack D. Cleary of May & Co. 's and the music by Frank Anderson, late of the Orpheum Orchestra. Everybody should hear this Anderson and Cleary success, which is shortly to be published. The program at the Xovelty is excellent, the audi ence filling the jdace night after night. Wise and Milton and soihe excellent motion pictures constitute a show that is good enough for any. one. GOVERNMENT TO STOP MINTING OF GOLD COIN PHILADELPHIA. Sepetember 12. The truth has been driven home upon the officials of the United States Mint that the people of tie' country do not elect to use coins when they can have paper money. Tn places remote from the financial centers, where money is not so easily changed, silver dollars, gold pieces and other forms l(f metal monev are common. Hut th." citv man, and more and more eery otherkiud of man, is getting away from the coin and reaching after the paper money, The cause lies in its grea'er cise of handling and carrying about the person. The only practical u-e for coins i- pay ing irade balances in Europe. tor many years ary to coin at th, bullion arid foreiL b.- offered there f after the.e co ns info tie.- Trea-ar-vaults and n-fiis,. b.rge extei,!. I.ei u . in till the export foreign gi,. e; I! l ei 1 n co!l-e.io'lci o ed til.' o!ti.-i:.U of I IV ha c dec ill". of gold, for a ! nn out ouiv such :i: juoiioy as m:iv re: coiniti'v. t lias Pi'i-n t-u-t' m:ut- ail the g dd Hllg the j-.i airt- And ! diu'i ! I h.'v bank! t o a n v ! v York i r gold tio: t t Ii" ta the M : i en n in era i and Ti.-:is-ihe co,,,:,... I metal .a ! i,,s ; io"i,;es will . ,t tected by the cLl will saw tiom li aai; ;,- i n t h M ii ica will then i-i'c. e e o ei n u e i. , i . ,no.i ii 1. 1 :, li es, and Amer e cilief c.-nt r : ntries derive e i;oid bill hull i t is.siie cer ti,e proposed s want 'o!d hey can take s insroad of In ti from hi,-II t .jeiei: flesh supplies of co ji is just as .o,l as I :e titi.-ates upon, and ;:i p all if foreign co:, from the Fnifed ta it in bars ..r c . r t ' i-oi n. So.,:.- . ati.ei u e.pur tor. th p. a n i t,,. hiiiy earned out I U pp. p..sed at I ;ee t- tu. louest j leisure I -.v'th his anro;i,ol ile' ' V(.s, rep ! -d the nth miss i.;.,, ; ' ' o. If tiitlo tl'l- TI ' :J 1 ; i : t. I c him by telepi:o:-e :,t tl -YVa.-!. iit ei Star. ne -woman. t 1 ioi t vou j 't at Lome : iys rea'-li r sjiop. ' ' Society Tli.- w. -l'liiii; of Miss M, hired t.ra,-,. 1 .Mr. I'aal Schmidt wi.l take plae t ihiirsday evening a; tin- Y-ntral : n n kurch. During 1 !, last week. ! -Mi (race" has been the mo'iy.. f.o- . soo;al soi-i .1 -rath, rinys. Last Wi'dm-s. .'.oy , v-!iino- Miss Lady Turii-'i- t-ntcr- J 'aini-d :n lior lioiior i.y ivir.tr a ' ' Linen j Siiouvr. at whi.-li tin- fair ouost of) hoi or u;is the r.--! piciir of many dainty j a ad n-.'t ul pii-c.'s of linen. ' ' j On Satniday !.-,-t. Miss Cra,-.' was! tin' oiii-st of honor at a "China Show- I it" u'M'n I.y MUs Kt li.-l 'Carter, who j i to Iw lirid( sn.a id at the weddi nir. j i-i-iiil !eaiirifnl pieces of hand paint ed rh.na w v.- anioiii) tlie ifts showered apon the liride to he. .. ,-i . ' 'o -i rs were laid for twelve at Mr. and Mrs. Faxon llishop's diniier on Tu. sday eeninT. The talile was re sp'eiiil.eat with lieantitnl roses. After- iiin'1' several rnliliers of lirid,. w,.rf, drued Tl... i.vc'i. I lie lines! s inilud"d Mr. and Mr-.. Alihnr Mark i ntosh. Mr.-.nd Mrs. j 'ha i U s Wilder, Miss Lilx- Tan-, Mr. ! 1-T.- n k A imt ion l!. Mr. II. Walker and! j Mr. an.'. Mrs. Charles Weight. j I i ,-, i a t t a e i r jiiarters at Schofield TSarrtu-ks, and are most jdeasart acinisitions to the social circle of the cavalrv post. c- ,t i I" i ou nir enieriainea aroii: sixteen or J their youii'j frieinls at a dinner at their beant; f a il v decorated and the vounir ; tiosr ana nos- entertained most de- i t; rl.7-fl.ll,- f!er dinner, music and ; aames -were en joyed, and sevej-al indnlir 1,1 'laneniii on ino wio anais. Th" party broke up at a late hour, and all j went home enthusiastic over the good time 1 I lev had had. . . At,. i."!,.., Tf,-.!.-.- . . . j s,irh lol-t for the Ka-t and Kurope, sa vs j f, f September is. in ; ,(tn ,vin ,oi. ,,. s;,t,.s Afrs Cainilo Martin and Mrs. Alexander (iar- ceau, who have been abroad for many months and are returning to San Fran cisco. Mrs. Hyde-Smith will travel ieisurely in F.urope during the winter and may come home by way of the Ori ent. If so. she will make a visit at the home, in Honolulu, of her daughter, Mrs. Harold Dillingham, who sailed in the Siberia on Tuesday, after a delightful visit in this city with Tfer mother and her sister, Mrs. Baldwin Wood. Mrs. Dillingham, who was formerly Miss Margaret Kyde-Sinith, is a great social favorite, as' was attested during her recent virdt here and while fit Hel Monte as a guest of Miss Helene Irwin. Army and Navy News Old Iroquois to Scrap Heap. TACOMA, September 13. Order from Washington have reached Port lownseud to sell this week at auction! the quarantine ship Tonie. used at Port Townseiid for years by the Marine Hos pital Service. Much sentiment at taches to Hie matter because the Ionie was formerly the warship Iroquois, which went out of commission fifteen years ago, following which her hulk was dismantled and robbed of i'ts evi deiu-es of former glory. The Iroquois belonged to Farregtit's fleet which forced its way up the Mississippi to New Orleans in 1M'''. Through a mis nnderstaiuiing of her orders the Iro quois ran into the Confederate ironclad Louisiana, which gave her a broadside at twenty yards. The Iroquois then ran straight into the Rebel boat, which saved her. Believing the Louisiana was to bo boarded, the Confederates rushed on deck, leaving their guns, and the Iroquois o-ot away. -loliu Arbuthnot. aged 7." years, of Ballard, was a seaman on the Iroquois at New Orleans, later serving fifteen years an orderly on her. He wept today on hearing she was to be sold for junk. Night Maneuvers at Shafter. The four companies stationed at Fort Shatter were ordered out night before last and H company was selected to march to Moatialua and stretch out for outpost duty, bringing the line in f headquarters. Thr battjiiioii was out tor two hour le troops will muster in hoavv marching order tnis uorning. the first call being sounded ai eight fifty, and assembly at nine. Scat! Says Funston. I'Ol.'T LEAYKN' WORTH, Kansas. Sep en; i ,er -':i. Kverv eat on the Fort I ,r,i v.-:i V, 1. 1 1 ii reservation. h" largest ! m 1 1 1 1 a 1" I or snftc ;o-! in the country, must leave the death penalty, by order of Funston. issued today. The i curtails the liberties of any j I .enera ! ord that fort. mav lom bide to remain at , ,,. I i io ' . i 1 i e i :.t s jiiiiii iii-.i , i in. i a ' i j that a doe witii rabies recently bit an -pi . i .. . . . , t. r.. . i 'uilicer, :.!,.! then a cat iievid.q.e.l the' same disease. j (ieiieta! I'unsToii 's order states: I "No cats, confined or uncoulired. wi'i ; be allowed on the reservation. All person-, liavni" family j.et of that de scription whi.-li they do not wish to have killed mav send them to some pla.-e o'l the reservation for keepinj; iinti' the provisions of the order rela tive to cats mav be rescinded, i'erson-j who i, refer to have their cats killed.! j but do not wish to do so themselves, be-jm.iv take them to the veterinary iios- pita!, win re they w;il be tium.i net y put t death J-y iio-ans of . lioior.it mm. " If cats ,an not be eaunt, tue order states that simtyimsi fiiay be used t,y otli.-er- ;p::d lueUiiois of the yuard. As to -h'U. all i.et- mu-t be iuu.::ied at s. atui none v ; 1 1 oe jipowci i tun at tar i evel lie. T- between retreat irder concludes: a n "I'nt.'l further notice, no person on this reservation will acquire any further does or cats. ' ' I wfmia.iiBj FOOTEAZER" HALF OF YOUR FOOT TROU BLES ARE DUE TO A SUNKEN ARCH. WE CAN CORRECT THE EVIL AND MAKE WALKING EASY FOR YOU. CHILDREN WHO RUN THEIR SHOES OVER AT THE HEEL WILL FIND IN STANT RELIEF ONCE THEY WEAR A " FOOTA EZER IT IS NOT A FREAK NOR A FAD; JUST AN APPLIANCE, BUILT ON SCIENTIFIC PRIN CIPLES. THAT DOES THE WORK PROMISED. AND IT COSTS 2 .00 IVScltierny Shoe Store Fort above Kins St. BUHAC BURNED IN A KEETGO LEAVES NO UNPLEASANT ODOR AND IS SO EFFECTIVE IN ITS ACTION THAT MOSQUITOES LEAVE INSTANTLY. THERE IS NOTHING QUITE SO PROMPT 75c. Seventy-Five Cents Includes Lamp and Skeetgo. Fort and I ; - The train leaving 0. R. and L. Depot at 9:15 in the morn ing carries passengers on the two-day, ten-dollar trip to Haleiwa and the sugar and pineapple plantations. A good trip for strangers to take. FAIRMONT HOTEL The Most Superbly Situated Hotel in the World OVtR LOO KING THE ENTIRE BAY OF SAN FRANCISCO. THE GOLDEN GATE AND THE REBUILT CITY. CONVENIENT TO SHOPPING. THEATER. BUSINESS AND RAILROAD CENTERS. THE EPITOME OF Operated on Both American and European Flan. Combining al, the cotvenienees and luxuries a flood 2 exctusi 'e Teatures. tnnreiy rerurnuneo tun r,iii,u i . .nw ..,,,., wWa. . f center 0t the city headquarters of the Army and Navy scene of most of the social festivities ACCOMMODATIONS i taericati (Table d'Hote) Plan, one person, per day - - $5.00 and up war as i-uropean talaCartej Plan, room ana MANAGEMENT PALACE HOTEL COMPANY (Also Operating Palace Hotel) SAN FRANCISCO r. E. DAVIS & CO. Merchandise Brokers Nuuanu and Merchant Streets The Whistling Boy An ideal colored reproduction of a popular painting. In several sizes at Ye ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP , Alexander Young Building. w. -area JPW- ??k SI' MTMt I r x .if If&rf - I'll'- P 75c. SMITH & 0 0., Ltd. Hotel Streets. HOTEL EXCELLENCE I hotel should have, with many unique, original and Jj FOR 1,000 GUESTS. Data, one person, peraay, ... uiuu ; f il r ? ill I 1 s2 S i 0 1 :Ht: II . ii ''i It'; it iJ a if i fini lb