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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISES, HONOLULU, TUESDAY, OCTOBER .11, 1910.
THB Pacific Commercial Advertiser A MORNING PAPER. CAMERAS Thermos Bottles Gillette Razors ftODUUCK O. MATHESON EDITOB WEDNESDAY OCTOBEE 12 SUGAR 96 Degrees Test Centrifugals, 3.90. Per Ton, $73. 63 Analysis Beets, 9s. "d. Per Ton, $30.07. U. S. WEATHER EUEEAIT, October 11. East 24 Hours' EaisJaH, trace. Temperature, Max. 82; ilia. 75. Weather, fair. CLEAN ilTLK AND LIVE BABIES. In eorcDanis? the deata rates of attention of tie oSeials of the United pital Serviee was attracted recently Buenos Avres for ehildrea. under one tality amen? babies is t,racticallv everv the figure? given that it was deemed city managed to keep its babies alive other cities. TLe answer tLe Eaesos Ayrea ofScials gave the .American enqtiirers was: "Clean milk." Buenos Avres not olIv has good are enforced. The city not only sees that the milk supply of the city starts clean, but sees that it is kept clean until it reaches the consumer. Not only do the city laws call for the proper handling of milk, but the dairymen and the vendors are promptly arrested and punished if they violate the laws. As a result, proven by the experiments of three years, there are fewer deaths among the babies of that city per thousand than among the babies of other cities where milk regulations are either not as strict or as well enforced. MEAT AND FLIES. There is certain.lv room for improvement in the manner of handbag the meats sold at the King street fisbmarket. Seven samples, purchased indis criminately from the stalls and placed in airtight jars by the federal food inspector last week, developed into masses of wriggling maggots. Every one of the samples proved to be flyblown. It is not a pretty subject to dy-al with, but it appears to be a fact that the greater part of the fresh meat sold at the open market is contaminated and flyblown. It is time that the patrons of the market awoke to the fact that what they cook and eat for meat is in part unhatched maggots. The fish situation, is said not to be so bad, because while the busy little flies lay egg3 indiscriminately on fish and meat alike, the salt water used to wash off the fish prevents the eggs from living. Therefore, if yoa want dead eggs of the fly, bay fish; if yoa want your fly's eggs fresh, buy meat. ,The system of handling fresh meats is entirely at fault. The dealer is primarily to blame, while the authorities, of the county share, inasmuch as they do not insist on cleanliness around the market. If the meats were covered up with flyproof screens, the flies eoming in from the nearby lavatories, the stinking gutters, the horse littered streets and the neighboring tenements, would not be able to make incubators of a city's fresh meat supply. The. remedy for this state of affairs is simple. The city fathers can legis late and in the meanwhile, until the dealers do something on their own account, the public does not have to buy in places where the bulk of the meat is flyblown. Prince Hsun and the Sultan of Sula will arrive today. The Prinee, fear ing assassination, will stay aboard his ship under guard. The Sultan, fearing nothing, will come ashore and see and be seen. The latter has four wives. Whether his bravery is the cause of the multiple matrimonial venture, or the result of it, we leave to others to determine. I - '-" : - Eesides a foreign Prince and a Sultan, Honolulu will have the opportunity c.f greeting her own Prince Kuhio this will get the heartiest greeting. WILL KEEP TO TIE H1LQ RUN Matson Line Will Not Abandon j Route Honolulan in j January. . ! Matsou Navigation Company has no j intention of abandoning the Toute of . the Wilhebnina between Honolulu and j Hilt) according to a rumor which is in circulation in shipping circles. The j local agency of the Matson company j heard the same rumor and wrote to i Captain Matron last month, laying be- J fore him' all information concerning j the rumor, and asking for a cabled re- j ply as to whether or not it was true, i Thev re.-eived a verv definite reply that i the company had no intention oi taii inar the big liner off the route. The rumor arose in Hilo. probably when after a misunderstanding arose j about the Matson company and its docking arrangements. George Lycur gu.x. proprietor of the Hilo hotel, in quired if the rumor was true, as he intended building some cottages, and wouni ri"T Tin:-:'! iwm n xne une;mina . ,Ai tbe Ui ru?" . ! Mr. l,C!irg;;s nas since been assure-1 ! that the Wiiheimina will not be taken off the run and that he could go ahead ; rrir.,. o,i...!..,;,.,. a,.- v ; ...;'V, ( : ii': ii u i! i tj'i ij' ,j i i 1 1 i . i i v : . ...Tit. tr:! i i-,. .i t r i freight- for II do run from a thousand ! to two i no wind tons, and the r.-oat n worKing i;; a ! volcaoo-boand tonr- 1st biiitie-s. arid so : ma: iilurd. The Mat-on people f apacity for f n ight -i; rif'" the i.'iTtcr j.arr Luriine ha K- n comr fust n round r ri ; for rtises on the ir.crea-e their ;t -senger bn.-i-i,e year. The 1 t'. make too TDiinv Island ports -hc 'nn to vi'T and tea:tisii'.p H'-nolu'an w't'l pro! t'-rn:t witli i.er. The H.-.noIii for the Aoo-r - ir; H-t:'1;:.-: S "oi.pany. will sn be -v. ' the Af! .tit'e CV.a-t to Mare l: a cargo of jiavtl coal. a;:-i r has dis.-hnrged vi) wi'l ., t-:r bv charter t- Tne Matsoti conn will be ready for tbe first n: Tiolisbl on Or fsf'.-eit lece-r!l.er If .i'.'.i" hris (n:!:n!..lit: about f-rtv cnbin jia-sf-ngfr-. . : !; new a! n. bniit 'a msiiiti -: v fr-.-n and tlo- f-r BIG TRUST CASES SET FOR JANUARY 3 WAIIINTrn iN. (".ft- bor 11. Th. t tlie henrino T'-bucco Trns- .r.da .Jar: t 'i a r v and Ootid- of maline continue to frame iroat - 0 : a . ; v dat co? various cities : States Public Healta and M arise Hos to the extremely low rate in the city of year of age, the period of greatest mor other city ia the world. So low were wise to fad oat how tLe Soma America in greater proportionate numbers than laws regulating tie dairies, bat the laws morning. Of the three, the local man G. 0. P. FISTS QUELL ROWDIES Democrats Try to Break Up a Home Rule Meeting but Fail- Rowdy Democrats attempted to break up a Home Rule meeting in the Pauoa precinct last night, but the trouble- mahers got exactij wnat tney were looking for -trouble and passei to th"ra by Republic that wa icans in at- ten-lance at the meeting. The rowtly ones invited blows and got them and were completely routed, Among the Home Rule speakers were Kealoha and Oily Bill White, the lat- tf r waiting the concluding speech. Whiie the Home Rulers were speaking , for their own candidate for delegate i to congress, Charles Notley, it was no- j t'eed that a few persons in the crowd ! were becoming unruly, ana ween tne j-i -itii.i.j i vi 'i lh'- (lu'iiviivv i tin i l ; Home Rale t.artv had endorsed the R: rxiblican conntv ticket from mavor in ! i depnty sher;lls. incinive. the rowdy j st.iri's bro.Ke out. Thev were Democrats biei-ted to the Home Rulers saying ; v.:T. ,.,..v.u v. F;r:a;iv matters became Kei o tense tnat t thf rowdies attempted to break up the ! tti i -(." i n r TrnTi -Tts- w.-irii ,(-. -n-irli T?o. t . '...v.;.," fi.,a l,.i -Pr-,.ii,- T. i It i-as a real warm political :a nermg. SECOND OPIUM CASE CAUGHT LAST NIGHT : n e irn casf -wa erif.tnr-'-d Ty MeDnflie's staff last night -Officer Keliett. Minvielle raided a tenement d'-n o rr" t. en Special nd Akwai, Maunakea Th dive kee; rest,. I, the ca r. C,-;ng Pong, was ar-feg.-iir:t him betng marked coin which he ncne ,1 Ti:0 ig. is ii vere 1 as e i- a .- s o i,,.t.i T! nd case of the kind in . tiN.-h the chief's men iat against "hew S'.ng 1 ir p'di.-e c-nrt y.-s- r to the twelfth. w.-i s caught in Chew h a loaded revolver in .-, i ( r rj v (i vj j ted r- f aled weapon and fined o'.i--'d. was . i,j rig o A i, V I'rar o was a :r. . " on mak- r lb ' h e X s;; r POLITICAL LETTER My Dear Boys: There are certain constitutional characteristics which dis tinguish the Democratic party and op posite characteristics which distinguish the Republican party. When I tell yon what thev are vou will see why I want you to be Republicans. 1. The Democrats are pessimistic They alwavs look on the dark side. Thev perpetually expect evil ahead and see nothing but the evil in the things that now are. Yoa pick up an average Demo cratic platform and vou find it full of phrases like the following: "We pro- est.-' "we denounce. "we disap prove," "we view with alarm." Ono of the strongest reasons against the party is that they are always striving to make the people discontented with their lot and to fill them with anxious ml,1Je""of abund'ance and cheer and victory, they insist that we are all ! going "to the bow-wows. " j OW it is ine nature oi xsepuon-cauo to be optimistic. The Republican part? sees the bright side. Thankful for the blessings of the past, they look f ot- ward with confidence to the future. They expect good things and the ex pectation helps bring good things to pass. They rejoice in the greatness and prosperity of our highly favored land. They look upon or schools and churcnes, our farms and factories, our army and navv. and their platforms contain phrases like these: "Thankful for the pat," "we point with pride." They bring to the people a song of hope and cher and content. Be RepabHean, boys, and "keep sweet." Don't let THE DRY'S DOINGS ON - THE STOCK EXCHANGE A stronger undertone is claimed f or , the stock market as noted by the trad- ine vesterdav, although several of the listed stocks followed the steadv decline that has continued with but little in terruyition for two weeks. Pioneer anj Hawaiian Commercial sold steadily at Monday's prevailing prict and the minor stocks. O.aa and McBryde. also remained unchanged. . , . iv.va was cmei sunerer. lis crxwaue steadiness being lost suddenly on off board tradln" when it dropped from 31."i to i'.To. Several medium sized blocks changed bands at this figure and with the same aked and a quarter less bid it remained without further change ,iunn5 vesterday 's trading. Oahu Sugar, which dropped from Monday's board quotation or 2. to 27.- on Monday afternoon was noted in sales yesterday at 27.62.1, but one block onlv figuring in session transfers. Honolulu Brewery cut loose from the general depression in the sugar list and adv. sale iem 1 a. he- ro-ed a dollar to 2' on an off-boar-1 While brokers claim a steadier iitd on the stree; for all stocks. bid: ye-torday weakened slightly and is no outward evidence of a ;a Divid-t-nds were announced by Paati i a share. Wai'uku. 1."0 iolil of tJO 0-!-!,' a -iiSte. and Ii ii'- fi.r tti.; (. I;. L-.- it.-hinson of l"c a share, dav were; IP.1 1. Ha .( '-) r,t "!; iwa- w. ( - 31.7": 31.7.". S.-Irt 0, 24.T 1 C 4.7.- ; Zi.: 1." 01 2.7.". ,rg f 27.7': 3- Ci 27.75: (lai.u Oi -i Hon. MolP. M..!)o I 'ion. :7.7o; 1o r g7.r,g.-,. 15. k M. 1." o, 2 . -vde .- t,f Z: 1" Or "j. kaa- (ii 12.7". . - r - " o) atit'y tying hair ribbon an,-j wears -h.-ni.out. Tie the ,nv? of .Vn h aving one sh- rt end on the i-o and one lorg end to go 'he ha'r or waist. The sa-h is i w.t't! hooks ati-1 eves to ke-p r.,a --e, i thf W.t !1 :t:ve. The harr hair rib tighilv ',cin is wound and held in iich s rather J-i a " e I uu-"" , "-i--f ..... . J X?ti ; -v'v V"' V-v x s k AN UNCOMFORTABLE SEAT, TO YOUNG VOTERS voaTselves get soured and pessimistic i. The Democratic party- seems an- able to learn from experience. One reawn way I fit m easily into the Be- publican party :5 because I can learn irom experfecce. Eight years ago 1 i read about free trade in a book. It was a verv nice boos and the ixoi and the free trade theory was presented in a verv nice way. I still insist that free trade is a nice thing in a book so long as you keep it in the book; but -when yoa take, it out of the book and apply it to wool and sugar, and rice, and other products of the soil, it doesn't work worth a cent. When you take a ride on a railroad train, yoa wouldn't feel particularly comfortable if just before the train was to start yoa saw a yonng dry goods clerk climb up into the engine cab and begin to yank the lever. Now would vouf Yoa wonldn't want to be work ing at the month of a mine and know that a poet was Tunning the hoisting en-1 gin ert. would yoa? You'd be afraid of j wipauuir t-tiujj jiuii, mi j t. when it comes to politics, don't syou - Aink a man ought to try to show jusf.jfs good sense in voting as he does ia his trade or business f MeCandless is long on wind, we can all agree on j showers the aforesaid enthusiasm was that; cut Kuhio has got the engineer's j not dampened, though the balls be licens. He's been over the road. But i came moist with the rain and the game McCafidiees elaims he has an entirely j after that was not as energetic as there new method, a method of his own for i tofore. rnniing the government machine. He's, Tonight at 7:30 Miss Laev Ward and crazy to try his new method, and if cTiti bust? hf can bust. Bet ter vote for a post mortem to fce held over. Your remains. TOUR POLITICAL, PARENT. "CHINESE VOTE" IS NOT VERY ELASTIC ' If the lonorable gentlemen who drew up the registration laws and put them ia the Organic Act ever knew what trouble their efforts were to cause, they, would have still be having qualms of j conscience. j The clause which states that every man must be able to write the English language is the one which generally trips the feet of the unwary politician who herds together those with whom Nature endowed .the blessing of Ameri-jrut Librian finances in shape; the sum can citizenship and who are expected to!to be rePaid e.hiefly from customs on ex- raiiv around the standard of either one i yrx- 01 WDlctl rubher "is the largest, of the two parties. ' The D,ted --ates will assist Liberia to Chang Chau. the Chinese Republican j 011 a firm basis- taking charge leader, is said to Lave gathered together! of lts fi?ancial. military and agricul fiftv voung Chinese who are entitled to ! t?ral dpa"ments. and foreign rela vo;"e under the actions which state that I tl0n?- EnSIiSb papers welcome the ad-native-born Chinese who sm-ak the Enf-! vent of the United States as a new speak the Eng lish or Hawaiian lancnacre. are full- fledged eitizen-. But unfortunately thev "L-v3 lDls 13 a change which will af have only yet developed pin feathers' ect fu",,IT' history as perhaps no other along that line for thev can not write, j event in the last twenty years, with Chairman Chiliingwohh of the board I the S!in!?1,e exception of the fall of Tort of registration consequently refused to A,rlil5!r' ' In Lleria no -hite man is register them, much to the sorrow of i a!iow"''d to acquire citizen's rights, or sundry people and Henry O 'Sullivan's birth certificates are of no avail. CANDIDATES WILL BE BACK TODAY (Continued from Page One.) eome forward and declare thev would vote for him. Jarrett claims to have ! certain country precincts like uaianae claim that Cox has many rnore friends there than the Democrats are aware 0f Rally and Luau for Link. This morning the steamer W. (i. Hall i of the later-Island company will bring; to Honolulu certain livint' frei.'hr i mightv precious to the Democratic. par.y. a spira lis being Link MeCandless, who i system, it will take several days' treat o the Washington delegatesh'r. i meTlt to f!Ure if- and the best remedy I'jrfm his arrival there will be renewed enthusiasm in the Democratic ranks if tor no otner rea-on than that Link is ! -oon. ji r a gri-at aps next week, going to give iu ..ver on the other side 'f the isltu.d. There wti -laughtered. butchered f.e many pigs and cooked -rground. a ia I be free pig a; for evt-ryb of wanting 1 hi-.; to W. h Hawaiian d all the . and there accompani- shows any idv who to V, vote for Link to tngton. however ro is to E jre the u-s N. ! be a Democratic rally at Aala Park, evening. This will be the getting down to work in the campaign, this rally. . " a. i - 1 I' VI 1 i. 1. 1 1 " 111 A t j ting down to eat of succulent ilc Candless puaa. poi and sweet potatoes. Link be et at tfae wharf bv a hack and all the Democrats who care to get up earlv enough to meet the lustr Washington aspirant, MeCandless commences bis Oahn campaign next Monday. . ' LAST fffl'S MM1 TailSJURUOERT Tennis by nigh: went on again last night and will be resumed tonight and Thursday and Friday nights up Manoa Valley. Last sight Savage beat John Waterhouse, 10 2; Xowell beat low, r,-v dwau-t; A. Richards beat Jack Guard, 10 3; Greenfield and Savage i --'- t vji auu trrtrnr, jv o; ilCK j Cooke and Bockus beat Newell and j Guard, 10 7. - i There was a large and enthusiastic I attendance and in spite of occasional a Irwin T.lav asrairr Mrs "rntto, ? riarence Cooke. At S oVlofl T-:n i plays Dick Cooke. At 8:30 o'clock j Miss Paty and Babbitt play Mrs. Olive j Davies and Anderson. At 9 o'clock 'Gray and Savage play Dick Cooke and i Bockus. UNITED STATES TO TRAIN LIBERIA The United States is about to under take tutelage of the little republic of Liberia, on the west coast of Africa. It was founded in 1S20 by the Amer ican Colonization Society as a home for slaves from this counirv who had se- cured their freedom It became a re- public m 14.. It now contains about ''tM'" Leans along the coast, and .iimpipihi wild negroes in the interior. Witn the consent, of Liberia and arv i roval of the leading European rowers the United States is arranging through American. French and German bankers to float a loan of $2,000,000 necessary to power in Africa, and the Dailv Mail own property. It has no standing armv, HAND-PAINTED HATS. Hand-j.aintel hats for ladies is the latest millinery fad. These hats are being sold in large quantities tot only to women who are opposed to the de- j struction of birds in order to get their piumes. put to many people who are inspired simply with the desire of ob- ! aJ'Tetl? Lat" Thf I ebarg- i f m Wlth, "e artisti? ,f u ,r f " S - -7 Hy splayed on the hat. - WHAT TO DO. ! "betj a cnbl becomes settled in the - To us? is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. l 11 vrl1 cure quicker than any other, and alsn leaves the system in o n-jfrni ' aR'1 hea.thy condition. For sale by all 'leaiers. Jienson. .mith & Co.. Ltd agents for Hawaii. : Kim Wai. a skilled laborer working j for F. E. Blake in Manoa Vallev. last j night fell from a scaffolding atr'ninlf ' the ho i-e and broke his leg." He was i .a.Ken to the Queen 's Hospital bv il - oiic. t atrol. the Jj on isaturdaj j signal for j earnest for Suitable Gifts for any and all occasions 1 Hollister flNevr goods fiave arrived and we ka?c now on display in oar show cases tne latest creations ol stylish designs ia brooches, scarf pins, links, lavalliers and and other articles of gold jewelry. QOur stock of jewelry and art goods comprise' the very best from the, leading manufactur ers of the world. ! fl We will be pleased to have yoa inspect oar new lines. LZMTTZD. , IXADZNO TEWE1XEM. I VII v SALE , IMPROVED. Alexander St. ....20,000 sq.ft. Artesian St. ......14.940 sq. f t , Beretan.ia St. 29,000 sq. ft. Pensacola St. . .25,250 sq. ft UUTMPEOVED. . X Kinau St 15.000 sa ft Kewalo St. Emma St. . Hotel St. . 85,293 sq. ft 3.252 sq. ft 13,327 sq. ft Real Estate Department Hawaiian Trust Co', Lit. 923 Fort Street Jewelry Watches Silverware Xone Better Made. "one Better Can Be Made. J. A. it. Vieira & Go. 113 Hotel Street