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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 19U).
; i. 4 In .' i ! is ? i THE W 1. oman s Side Her thought by day and dream by night is A HOME REVOLUTION IN AHA COMING Rudolph Spreckels Issues Warn ing Note Concerning Dis honest Business. Where is there a place in this part of the group that will stand comparison with KAIMUKI? Piere woman is content in the happiness of her children and the health and prosperity of her husband. We have some very good lots desirably situated. LET'S TALK IT OVER. Kaimii Land Ca '5 Limited FORT AND KING STREETS Send us a postal and we 'will give you a price on window cleaning and janitor work HONOLULU Expert Window Gleaning Go. 417 Queen Street. FRESH FLOWERS Cut fresh daily and in pots. CHRYSANTHEMUMS and others now in season. Lowest prices. Wagon, Fort and Hotel streets. Visitors welcome to garden, Kalihi, next to Thomas Pineapple Com pany. Okubo Garden, telephone 2790. Arrived, by S. S. Wilhelmina, hand embroidered and machine made SH1KT WAISTS, in lin gerie and tailored. Also Novel ties. MRS. F. S. ZEAVE Room 67, Young Bldg. A FTER-STOCKTAKI NG SALE i Reduced lines in all departments; see our window displays. Sale begins Mon day, Oetober 10th. EHLERS'. AN OUNCE OF PREVENTIVE. If you want to stop your hair from falling arid restore it to its youthful appearance, you must use PACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILLER. Sold bv All Druggists, William O. Smith Trust Department UiTATES MANAGED. EEVENTJM COLLECTED, LOANS AND IN VESTMENTS MADE- Fire Insurance AGENTS FOR ENGLISH-AMERICAN UNDERWRITERS. Real Estate FOR fcjtLE. LOTS KALIHI, PUUNUI, KEWAI.O AND KAIMUKI. Honesty is the best policy in all things, according to an old saying and, again, according to Rudolph Spreckels, San Francisco capitalist, who yesterday delighted the Commercial Club at luncheon with an address in which he fearlessly and energetically attacked the trusts in America, saying that two men had the country by the throat, J. F. Morgan and John D. Rockefeller, these two fighting with each other to get on top and run the finances of the United States as they see tit. This eon test is crushing the common people, says Spreckels. and the time is not far off when five million labor unionists and three million socialists will be driven to take a defensive position bordering on desperation. Spreckels remarked that Honolulu is a small community where everybody knows everybody else and honesty is easier here than in larger communities, though the sugar business, Hawaii's main industry, is more or less connect ed with one of the most disreputable trusts in America, the sugar trust. He thought it a matter for people in Ha waii to think over. He said, in part: "You people here in Hawaii should take care to fight' dishonesty the same ag has been done in the States, and I want to warn you against the most cor rupt trust in the world today the su gar trust under the control of which you may become. ''There are bigger things in the world than the mere making of money -fighting against graft and corruption are some. We in San Francisco have seen dishonest officials elected after the graft prosecutions, and we have had all but one of the men convicted of graft set free by the supreme court on tech nicalities. "In the futur? I am going to devote my time "in trying to impress upon the business men of the community that dishonesty must be fought and that un less honest men are elected to office then in a short time there will be -no protection for honest business. "In San 'Francisco during the last election I saw reputable business men trafficking with the worst element of the tenderloin. They gave their em ployes a half holiday to work for the election of McCarthy a most disreput able man. "If the business men are not ready to fight graft and elect honest officdais, then in a short time there will be no protection for honest business men. "Within the space of a very few years there is to be a revolution in the United States. "J. I. Morgan heads the group that controls the finance of the country, and the Standard Oil crowd controls the industrial affairs of the country. "These two men, or two groups, will fitrht for the controlling position, and should one group succeed in undermin ing the other, it would precipitate a warfare which would result in lack of employment for many an,l starvation for some. "There are three million Socialists in America today, and such a warfare would result that people would get food at any price. "liig business is all right when run properly, but when using underhand and ; dishonest methods to down a rival, then iit (diruild be punished, i "itfr(? in Honolulu, because you are ( small, there is no particular danger of this revolution. I "You are depending upon sugar here, ! and you should not divide your profits j with the most corrupt trust in existence I today the sugar trust. ! "You here should watch out for this Land tight for the idea that 'honesty is the best policy' all the time." wbrldTSteshirl leaves here to die lif 11 j The Fiji Times of September 2S, ar- ' riving here per S. S. Makura yesterday, has the following concerning the fat girl recently on exhibition in Honolulu: Jolly Trixie (Kitty Plunkett), the World's fattest girl, died at Suva on board the li. M. S. Zealandia on Mon- ' day night. DeeeaseA with her brother, was traveling to Australia under en- ' gagement to Harry Rickards, and a few days ago took suddenly ill. and de veloped a high temperature. While it was recognized she was very ill. it was not anticipated that she would die so quickly. Being such an enormous woman, an extraordinary large coliin was nessary, and, after Mr. Le Fran coeur had overcome this difficulty, the grave was found to be too small, and, while it was made larger, the body had to be taken to the morgue. Miss Trixie was born at Long Island, New York, was twenty-two years old. and weighed 4S stone 13 lbs. (6S5 lbs.). Her meas urements were: Hips, 92 inches; bust. ?4 inches; thigh, 4S inches; calf, 36 inches; upper arm, 34 inches; and she only wore 4 1-2 in shoes. The coffin was 7 feet long, 3 feet wide and 2 feet deep. Mr. and Mrs. Millar, of Millar's Australian Attractions, attended the funeral on behalf of the friends who were compelled to leave by the Zealandia. PAVING PLANT TO ARRIVE TOMORROW A $15,000 bitulithie plant will arrive here tomorrow or next flay from Seat tle ami will be set up on a lot makai of the Commercial Pacific Cable Com pany's cable tanks in Iwilei. The plant is consigned to J. A. Oilman and is de- i signed to make paving material known as bitulithie. The board of supervisors has not yet made a contract yith the firm for lay ing a bitulithie pavement on Fort street, but the proposition will be laid before that bodv again, and sit is be- ! lieved there will be some assurance of success. Fort street is badly in need of a permanent pavement to replace the one now filled with chuckholes. The plant can, turn out the material in suf ficient quantities so that the whole of Fort street from P.eretania to Queen street can be completed in a month. We believe the patrons of the Hat Cleaning Department of this estab lishment will bear us out in the statement that the most expert handler of soiled hats is with us. Panama Hats that appear to have been under the road roller when brought in for repairs go back to the customer as shapely and clean as when it originally left this store. The fee for cleaning and repairing a Panama or Straw Hat is small and the satisfaction in having one to which you are accustomed and which is shaped to your head is not to be measured in dollars. Commissions of this character are promptly attended to and hats re turned to residences. We solicit yo ur patronage for this department with the assurance that the work will be well done. IVOo IV0cDTD(2rirDy9 Ltd Fort and Merchant Streets. KsinizaiirD Ware One of the ideals of the famous potterer and artist. Shapes are largely bowl with an occasional de- sign in boullion cup. Simplicity is the alpha and omega of every Kenzan de c sign. The back ground in rich cream to a mist grey is relieved by a dash of color worked into plum blossoms, feathery reeds or a quartet of swallows. Crackle effect is noted in some of the pieces. Sold at Bazaiaiip Nopporro King Street next to the Advertiser Office. .3 " King -tr-.'. t. When a remedy has lived for over thirty years, steadily growing in popularity and influence, and thousands upon thousands of women declare they owe their very lives to it, is it not reasonable to believe that it is an article of great merit ? We challenge the world to show any other one remedy for a special class of disease which has attained such an enormous demand and maintained it for so many years as has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, the famous woman's remedy for woman's ills. Unless it is a very good medicine and the claims made for it are honest, such a record would have been impossible fraud or misrepresentations would long ago have been detected and the business gone into oblivion. Read this unsolicited letter: Melbourne, Iowa : " I suffered for many years with female troubles, inflammation, and benring-dowii'iniius, so that I was unable to do my work. " Lydia 1'. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound was recommended, and 1 am so thankful for the jrreat ood it has done me. I feel that I am a living: advertisement for this medieine as I have Influenced so many of mv friends to use it. so thankful am I that it restored me to health." 31rs. Clara Watermaim, K. I. 1, Melbourne, Iowa. When a woman like Mrs. Watcrmann is generous enough to write such a letter as the above for publication, she should at least be given credit for a sincere desire to help other suffering women. For we assure you tliere is no other reason why she should court such publicity. We say it in all sincerity and friendship try this medicine. For a years Lydia IZ. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been the standard remedy for female ills. No siek woman does justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Made exeiu-ively from roots and herbs, and has thousands of cures to its credit. JFW?3J -,rs '"'"kharn invites- all sick women write her for advice, she has guided thousands to health free of char-re. Address Mrs. lMukhum, Lynn, Mass. I ; .jr s vs. A, V : U RLUEJACKETS TO BE HERE SOON About two thousand bluejackets may be in Honolulu in November or Decem ber aboard the Pacific fleet squadron which it is rumored will be sent here for maneuvers and possibly target prac tise. No official advices have been received here that the squadron is coming, and local service people do not believe that the squadron would bo sent here in De cember, as this would keep the warships away from their home port for the Christmas holidays. It is thought that if the squadron is really dispatched to these waters, it will arrive in Novem ber. Two cruisers of the Japanese navy will arrive here November 2 with a large number of cadets aboard, to re main about a week. On November 3. the anniversary of the Japanese Em peror's birthday, Consul-General Uyeuo will give an elaborate reception at the Alexander Young Hotel, and will issue ab, .lit eleven hundred invitations, which will be sent, to both Japanese and for eign residents. Major Long, who is shortly to he re lieved by .Major Neville, will probably be assigned to staff duty in Wahing n after g': ing up the eonimaud of the local marine barracks. Major Long will shortly become a lieutenant-colonel. Major Lang's appointment to staff du'v in Washington enie not onlv in th.. natural order of events, but is also due largely on account of his splendid rec ord, lie was one of the marine ollicers who participated m the stirring events :n i 'liina during t he Hoxer troubles. bumors from Washington have it that two companies of the local marine gar-ri-on will go to the mainland on the December transport, being relieve. 1 the -nine month by half a battalion from the ' o-...-. Th.- two departing p:usk will go under the eonnr.and of airi Robards. In .Tanuarv two more Caementium .mends the most delicate china ware and cut glass, earthenware, pots, pans, leaky pipes, tiling, furniture, marble, silver mounted toilet articles, picture frames and door knobs. AND MENDS THEM TO STAY MENDED. For sale bv Lewers & Cooke, Ltd, 177 South King St. companies will leae here, to be reliev ed 'lie same month by the same tnirn-lie;- of ..omp.-!if..-s from the mainland. OVER 100,000 TONS FOR LOCAL NAVY YARD Puget .Sound navy yard officials have received detailed figures as to the amount of naval coal shipped to the aeUie oast for the fiscal year ended 'ne c, and showing the bottoms en gaged in carrying it. as follows; fo Honolulu In foreign bottoms, 91 ,? tons; in American bottoms. 9,(337 tons" total, ltd. -,.'. To Mare Island-In for eign bottoms, ll.ooo tons; iu American bottoms. -2nMM) tons; total, SI.IKh) tons lo rail form a city points In forei-n 'ottoms. 44.571 tons; in American bot V.''04'5 ton-": total. r,.3,oi6. To Puget Sound In foreign' bottoms. 0s.-e-' tons; none in American bott-oms making a grand total of 256.947 tons t the total of 2.36.947 tons. 21-3,66.3 wis. r s per cent, were hij.pc,I in tore.gn bottoms, and 40.293 tons in - mer.caii bottoms. FRUITLESS STRUGGLING. Ibnokiyn Life:r understand that ."iter nailing twenty years she married a struggling voting man?" r chap. He struggled the how. but she landed him." "Yes. bes: !,e Ulanoa Valley The most desirable residence seetiM of Honolulu. No shacks and no Ml boards. We offer for $5,500 ONE OF THE BEST BUILT RESI DENCES IN THP1 VATVTEY. FTH- ISIIED THROUGHOUT IN NATUBAlt WOOD. ELECTRIC LIGHTS GAS. HOT AND COLD WATH MOSQUITO-PROOF ROOMS. i k GROUNDS PLANTED TKOPICAI, FRUIT Al SHADE TREES. Property was built for the 0WBr a residence. Is designed to get rid "housekeepers' troubles." An WJ home to take care of. ft MM ML 111 Delay in having your lot filled and graded may mean SERIOUS LOSS when the rains come. A re quest for an estimate of the cost of proper filling and grading will receive immedi ate attention. P. M. POND Contractor - - Phone 2890 ART STUDIES Beautiful Frames Arts and Crafts Shop ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDIK& Regal Shoes ASE BEST REGAL SHOE STORE COINER KING AND BETHEL