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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1910.
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ARMY AND NAVY NEWS
LET ELECTRICITY
Launder Your Clothes
RON
BEDS
A Story in Brief
WE'VE TOO MANY IKON BEDS in three feet size, some of which
are burt from crowding an,d handling they can hardly be called dam
arjut 3 few scratches or mar?. If you want an iron bed of this
size, vou'll be glad of it for, oil, how it fetches the prices down.
There are about fifty odd. bed?, and we price them for prompt
selliu" no matter how much they cost us as follows:
$27.50 Grades to Close for $17.00
$15.00 Grades to Close for $ 9.00
$13.00 Grades to Close for.... $ 7.50
$12.00 Grades to Close for $ 7.00
$11.00 Grades to Close for $ 6.50
$ 9.00 Grades to Close for $ 5.50
$ 8.00 Grades to Close for $ 5.00
See Window Display
J. Hopp k Co., Ltd
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY.
ISo KING STKEET.
HEINZ'S
India Relish
Baked Beans
Tomato Ketchup '
Apple Butter
ABSOLUTELY PURE
A suggestion from among the famous
Your Grocer Has Them
The Enjoyment
from eating meat comes only when the food
is succulent and tender. We claim that our
method of keeping meats brings the desired
result.
The Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBR0N & LOUIS, Proprietors.
Telephone No. 1814.
Meats at the Alexander Young
Cafe are served with two or
three vegetables and the price is
not greater than is charged in
places where one is served. The
service and surroundings are
better.
II SUM Of MATURE CURE I OSTEOPATHY
Combining OSTEOPATHY, Chiropractic, Electro-Therapy,
Tkerniottcrapy, Hydrotherapy, Dietetics, Kfc. Kv.
ELECTEIC LIGHT BATHS WITH COMPETENT MASSEUR
AND MASSEUSE IN ATTENDANCE.
Treatment of the Eyes OSTEOPATHIC ALLY and fitting of
glasses.
OFFICE
hours
DR. F. SCHURMANN
Telephone 1733.
-8 t
ltT-170 Beretania Ave., cor. Union St.
o 12 A. M. 2 to 6 P. M.
F.
& CO,
E. DAVIS
Merchandise Brokers
Nuuanu and Merchant Streets
Use
L' )XI X.
scheme 1'. i r
l'ortsmou: h
Knglaiid',
the attar!
at. prcst'ii:
for
s,
the
and
Old Warships.
ptember I!1.- A novel
defense i,t lieeriH'i-s.
1
three of
principal nava
s ot hostile
under the
t ho Hriti-di adiuiraltv
present in t he navy
battleships which are
less for war purposes
that some nf these ve
verteci into rioating
heavv guns aiiii if u
its
a i list
torpedo craft is
consideration of
There are at
i number of old
caliy use-
Jt i.s proposed
Is shall lie con
torts. AH the
essarv also the
pr;
machinery, would be remove
would then be
ucsiralue notoriety. .Suppose a Catho
lic priest should .find a bellboy attired
ii, his robes, how would he take it?
That's the way army otlicers feel."
Other army officers interviewed sav
General Fuiistun had done exactly right.
Appeals for Husband.
WASHINGTON. September 30. At
tie- White House, where pathetic scenes
are not infrequent, one was witnessed
today which appealed to the big police
man, hardened with experience, and to
all visitors waiting to see the President.
Coming all the'wav from .Rochester,
witnout a cent for meals
The ship j N-ew Vork
equ.ppe.i witn a large n. lhiil's. Ivimr 1, tr.,n.,w,rt.1.fi,,
number ot 4., -inch quiCK-hnug guns. furnished bv svmpathizers, Mrs. David
It. is estimated that some of the ves- , Melniek rea'che,! the White l,r, in .,n
.seis easuv co ii moiini irom tin 10 mi
Mi exhausted condition.
!l , With a sick ehild
ul i.o. weapons, wnicn ii equal, v 1In a su,k jjj in ht,r arni gh(?
uiviuen on eacii orua,is;,ie, vvoiita en- asked the favor of an opportunity to ap
able he ship to keep up a (ire from each peal to the President to release her hus
gun of ten rounds a minute. Kven if) band from the militarv prison at Fort
the attacking craft could not lie seen. -X iagara, where he is servin a vear for
it is aouotlul it one hoar in n could ! deserting from tin
live through such a rain of shot long
enough to enable it to do any damage.
As the floating fort would be equipod
with powerful searchlights, there would
be little chance of approaching boats
being unobserved.
Constructing Q. M. for Oahu. j
SAX FKANCISCO. September 20. j
quarter-
arm v.
According to Mrs. Melniek, her hus
band reached America when he was
nineteen years old. He enlisted in the
.army and after serviag nine months
('ohinet Frank J)enny. chief
master of the Fni;.-d States
Corps, tlow on duty in this city
eeived orders from the iiavv
ment directing him to take tin
Marin
has re-depart-auuual
of-
iiinet v-inile service ride for naval
ficers at once. Colonel Denny applied
to take the test a year age and was
ordered to put it off one year on the
report of the examining medical officer,
which stated that his physical condition
was such that he could not stand the
i ,e-v
j The service ride of ( okmey Denny
; has been the subject of a great deal of
talk among army and navy otlicers all
over the country, it being alleged at
; one time that he was to make it the
means of his name being placed on the
retired list of the marine corps in order
to avoid being transferred to San Fran
cisco. He, together with a number of other
senior officers of the corps, was recent
ly disciplined by the Navy Department
for various alleged causes brought out
in the report ot the court ot inquiry
which recently went deeply into the ad
ministration of the organization, and
these officers have become the storm
center of the department. Colonel
Denny's fault, according to the report
f the court, was an unwillingness to
tell what he knew about the- troubles
of the major-general, commandant and
his suboi inates. For this he was de
tached and sent to this city for duty
as Depot (Quartermaster and Construct
ing (Quartermaster of the Pacific Coast
and Honolulu.
Colonel Denny refuses to discuss the
present marine corps troubles, but says
that he will take the annual ride as
soon as he receives information as to
the medical officer that he is to report
to for examination.
Army Officers Boycott.
KANSAS CITY, Missouri, September
'2S It leaked out today that last Mon
day General Frederick Funston. in com
mand at Fort Leavenworth, paid his
bill and left the Hotel Jialtimore in a
huff, after serving notice that he did
not propose to stop at a hotel which
attired its bellboys in the uniform of
a United States Army Captain.
It is also understood that other army
officers at Fort Leavenworth are in ac
cord with the action taken by General
Funston, and that the lint el in question
is to be tabooed by the otlicers until
it makes a change in the uniform of
its bellboys.
General Ftiston today said: "T re
gret the occurrence because of the uu-
TO RESTORE
STRENGTH IN
DEBILITY
The First Thing to Be Done
Is to Build Up the Blood.
This Wcnr.an Was Pale and Thin, Had
Hfadacl-.es and Dizzy Spells, but the
Treatment with Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills Cured Her.
Xotbing so quickly restores and build?
up too sieiigiu in eases .lehlltty a
tonic treat. neiit wmvti makes th,
deserted.
Locating at Rochester, he took up
his trade as carpenter and four years
ago married. Being subjected to black
mailing by former countrymen. Melniek
went to Port Porter, Buffalo, where he
stated his case, was promptly arrested,
-and after being held six months tried
and convicted.
In view of Melniek 's excellent record
as a citizen, it is said his sentence will
be commuted.
J
Steamship President Says Sons
of Nippon Must Lay Founda
tion for Future Conquests.
ul I
rich mi I re,;.
Th s i'eV bll, be2 .llg th" ne-, lee
e!e'i:eiits to the weakened organs invigor
ates them a. , when they resume, their
norma! tmuiions, health returns.
Improvement under the tonic tre.-U
ment is generally gradual but it is sure
The nerves are strengthened, the stom
ach is tone I up and the blood puriiie :
and im igi irate 1.
As shown in the eao of Mrs. F.i'a If
Folk, of No. oi"t Molly street, P.rainar.'
Minn . t'.e tonic tr. at:ia-?it itli Dr. Wil
,,ams 'lliti 1 Is has snceee, e, u-l
t her t reat
"Alter t
Mr-. Polk
doWU. I colli.
out s-'VOre pain.
TOKIO, September 26. Japan's
dream of expansion knows no bounds.
Not only the continent of Asia, not
only the islands of the southern seas,
but such portious of North America and
South Aroeiica as may ibe deemed de
sirable are embraced in it. Lauds whose
in violaibility is pledged in solemn
treaty are, according to the progiam
formulating itself in Japanese thought,
to fly the sun tiag of Nippon. After
Korea. Manchuria; after Manchuria,
the Siberian coast; after Siberia, French
liido-China and the South Sea Islands
from the Philippines to Australia and
New Zealand; after these or eoinei
dent with their taking such portions
of North and South America as may
suit the pin poses of the Power whose
capital is Tokio.
All this is not to be accomplishd in
a day or a year. It may be a decade
hence, or several decades. There is
no need to name the day and the hour,
for fate will indicate the psychological
moment for the advance.
The nearest attempt at indicating
when this overrunning of the earth
by the sons of Nippon may be expected
is that when the Japanese population
shows 100.OIHI.000 souls t lie nation will
"explode.''
The prophet who determined this a
the moment for explosion is the Hon.
Tokugoro Nakabashi, who describes
himself as "a student of sociology,"
but who is best known as an erstwhile
high official of the government and now
president of the Osaka Shosen Kaisha,
one of Japan's greatest steamship com
panies. Mr. Nakabashi speaks, through the
Taiyo magazine, as one inspired to
shape the trend of Japanese thought
to higher things. Having recently re
turned from ii'trip to the Timed Stab s,
he feels particularly well equipped to
discuss the various problems present
ed by Japanese emigration. He con
tends that for the present there should
be no eiwouragement of emigration,
since the time is not ripe for the na
tion to reap the greater benefits that
may confidently be expected to flow
from a policy of delay.
In no easf must Japanese who go to
the United States and other foreign
lands be permitted to go as emigrant
in the true sene of t lie word to be
absorbed as citizens or subjects of the
land of their temporary abode but
tiiev must go as colonists whose first
allegiance hri I i always be to the moth
er count! v and whose duty it will be
to take up arms for Japan whenever
and agairit whomsoever the call may
come. With another twenty million in
Japan and an additional twenty millions
in Korea and Manchuria, the Japa
nese
erly
then
will b.
success
all
popu la
n will, he argues, be prop
ter action, and the
millions of Japanese
amply sufficient to insure the
of -Dai-Nippon in grabbing of
x I .
in a sanitary manner in
your own home with
The Thor Electric
Washer and Wringer
Makes washing a spare time task instead
of an all-day's job.
The Hawaiian Electric Co.. Ltd.
concent rated
one hundred
Pills has
etits tailed.
birth of my daugbte
savs, "I wa freatlv i
not eat my meals y;
; or crami's in rnv t.
in
1 not eat- much be-
wa- very pale am'
was going into con
'ibie headaches ano
hardly drag mv-
rne tor a t.m
.g ins medu
;i as U
out Dr. Will
them a tin)!
y hi,,,, in ...
excel
but
iiie i
lore,
ams'
in-' i i
ee!)
:n
a re
r ti
aeh. In tai l I com
had no apjielite. I
my peopie thought
-umptioii. 1 had ter
ii.y spelis aiid colli
-elf an .mid.
" 1 he it ictor lleljH !
.vhen I stoppft takii.
wmiM be in ;-s had a n
neighbor t-i 1 me a:.
Pink I'iiis j ,,,
.rial. The piils m;
onihtioTi an i I ha
oea.tn eer s.iiee.
Dr. Wil'ia.ns' po k
mended whenever a I
and nerves is n,-e 1,-, 1
amemia. ehi.TOMs, rhi u
trouble, am' the atmr e
and fevers. The t...,j..
Uresc pills is nii'y
Iwioklet apd i s. !,, , ,)t
which will he s.-:;f free tr ,
Dr. Willi:;:, ,s' K..k ;;;,
druggist-", or will be s"nt
receipt of price, ,'m eent.-
to-:eJ tor '', bv the Dr
.Medicine ( on.pauy, Schenectady, X. Y.
Always insist itpin getting the" genuine
pills which are sol 1 only in package
bearing the fii'l trade-mark, "Dr. Wil
liams' Pink I'iiis for PaU People.'
la mis
Dealiu:
m igr.'i ! i'
ica. Mr.
A merica
just ified
furt her
status i
ci .lull : t -have
no
"ountrv
onlv nai
I!
X
n sight,
in Mime
problem
ikabashi
detail
a- it
with the im
affects Amer-
mteiii
i government i?
in endeavoring to
inihiv ef .lapai
i:iv be described
and laborers com'!
feeling of patrio
In which tln-v liv
that th"
abundantly
restrict the
Their
as that of
ined. They
ism fur the
. and it is
uit
mencnn
and misgiving
rush of such un
to
!. therefore
should liteit.'iin fear
concern ; tig t he grea t i t
migrant -.
"If." he savs. "emigration is a loss
Japan and a danger to America. i!
best on bi! h i-!e- that we should
i! ib't t. If th.- Americans do ii"t
come tie'' Japanese, whom they can
assimilate ami we would not have
m assimilated e;ther the prhib--e
course taken b'V our government
matt -is of emigration was a correct
Poi- -'rearer expansion in the tu-
i'V
e cure i
Mtt-m, si.mach
:! t- of the eri,
t'eatmei.t w.tli
ribe-i in our diet
the Blood.
n n-ipii'st.
are sold by a!!
, postpaid, on
per Iiok ; six
Williams
pr
we
not
thf
i 1 1 -i
in
om
tur
n
on
of ab
ot
The
con-
i,
a conn iif ated r
hundred m;h:ori is essenlial
decisive war of the future ran
oiued on v bv the nation wnicli !ia
the greatest t a'i inal v i'aiity. and there
fore we shnnid n,,t vet disp-rse our
sons to the ends of the e:trh.
"When the Panama Canal is com
pleted and -the 1'nited States can con
centrate its Atlantic fleet more conve
niently on the Pacific Coast the feeling
between Japan and America will again
lie aroused. I? is therefore only right
for us to pnv close attention to the
g. neral trend of things and to try to
steer our course to our greatest benefit."
JAPANESE TOWELING
Absolutely New Patterns
Exclusive in this store.
JAPANESE BAZAAR I
Port Street near Convent J
DO NOT SEND YOUR
WASHING TO THE LAUN
DRY! DO IT AT HOME
WITH A
4 STROKE
WASHING MACHINE
IT IS THE BEST MACHINE
ON THE MARKET AND
SAVES TIME AND LABOR.
$10.00
THEN DRY YOUR CLOTHES IN YOUR OWN YARD ON A
Hill's Clothes Dryer
$10.00
The above Machine and Dryer will pay for themselves in a
few months, and think of the comfort of knowing where,
and by whom, your clothes have been handled.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Household Department. Take Elevator.
. .. in n i mitm 4. i ul . i. m I i i - I
There will be a full-moon dance at this beautL
ful place next Saturday night. The music will
be good, the floor in good condition and the
viands excellent. Go out by train or machine.
SAYEGUSA
Dress Patterns of Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe and Lawn.
Ladies' and Babies' Jackets of Silk Crepe, Silk and Cotton.
SILK KIMONOS
AND
Hand-Curved Ivories for Ornaments.
Nuuanu Street Above Hotel.
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