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THE SUNDAY ADVEETISEE, OCTOBER 16, 1910.
n "Krisp Krust" Pie Plates r warn . SORE AT F lira HAWKES' CUT GLASS i .. Mas exciuMvc rami nox round m other glass. Hawkes' glass is hand finished ; no acids are used in the polishing, which guarantees a hard surface finish which will retain its brilliancy for years. This is one of the characteristics of this cut glass. In the richness and originality in de sign of patterns Hawkes' Cut Glass excels. For many years we have handled this famous glass with great success. We have recently received a large invoice and our present stock will be found to be more complete and varied than ever before. A glance through our store will convince you that our stock of cut glass and the prices are beyond criticism. found H. F. WICHMAN 8 CO., LTD. Leading Jewelers. PURITY IN POLITICS Is as necessary as cleanliness in the house WHY NOT USE Mm It will purge a house of dirt and give it a new appeal ance. At your Grocers Fred L. Waldron Distributor Electric Light Baths COMPETENT MASSEUR AND MASSEUSE IN ATTENDANCE THE SCHURMANN INSTITUTE OF NATURE CURE AND OSTEOPATHY. Telephone 33. 1G7-I7t Beretania avenue, corner Union street lat hpai. is gtimu- "v i.i:ii 'To 'luces sweating wnuvui. """- ing and will ;,r tie organism to rid itself of all kinds of deleterious ge3, Vapors am! t'.ui-K It is of the greatest value in the reduction of 'orpulencv. i Hilo County Fathers Indignant at Idea of a Fireproof Hail for Fire Engines. Ajja'm the ('(unity ot' Hawaii u in the territorial ai.lmiintratioii are lurking horns, reports the llilu Triljum-. The supervisors feel much aggrieved at the position taken by the Territory in the matter of the lot for the fire station. Tliay feel that they have been buncoed by the (iovernor and the superi iitendeut of public works, and at tin- meeting la-t week thev took no pains to conceal their feeling towards the olheials in question. Even Desha got oil' a bit of sarcasm anent the Governor, which, considering the source, seemed particu larly wicked. The trouble started last Wednesday when the letter was read from Marston Campbell in which he notified the county that it could have a lot mauka of Suipman street near the Masvnic building, provided it erected thereon a fire station of concrete or other lasting material. Desha added that he and Uolsteiu hail talked the matter over with the Governor, who had asked if the county could erect a .$25, 011') building. He was told that the county could not afford to do so now, when he had wanted to know why the county wanted that particular lot, anyhow. Desha had told him that it was the most suitable lot for a fire station, whereupon Prear had made his copyrighted statement that he would take the matter under consideration. Kalaiwaa moved that the oiler be accepted. Talk Is Cheap. "It is very nice to talk about a $'2, OlM building"," said Shipman. "But what about roads, bridges, schools, etc.? Where is the money? It is nonsense for us to agree to put up a $25,0i.)i) build ing, and to agree to accept the lot on that condition is foolish. We should l take the lot, provided we be allowed to move the present station on to it." Lewis said that he agreed with Ship man. He had understood that the Ter ritory had promised the county a lot where it wanted it, but now it seemed that the county would have to fight for it. It was a well-known fact that the county eould build no $23,000 buildings just now. In answer to a question by Shipnian, Lyman stated that last year the Gover nor had sent the board a resolution, providing for the return to the terri torial government of half of the federal lot, and this resolution had included a section stating that that part of the lot should go to the county. Now, how ever, Frear seemed to have forgotten all about the county, but Lyman thought that on the basis of this reso lution the county had a good claim. When I saw the Governor, we were talking about the lot facing Waianue- nue street," said Desha. "He did not speak then of the application made for it by the Knights of Pythias. Frear always ignores the wishes of the county officials, but if the business men ask for anything, he is very quick to grant it. I favor passing the matter up to a committee. ' ' A Quick Report. After some discussion the matter was referred to the road committee, which the following day expressed its feelings towards the po we rs-t hat-be in the fol lowing report, which was unanimously adopt-ed: "In re Communication No. 569 from Marston Campbell, commissioner of public lands, under date of September 1. 1910. in which he refuses to set aside a lot for a fire station on the corner ot Waianuenue ana ivutuo streets, in the town of Hilo, as request ed thereto, by the board of supervisors. and ottering in lieu thereof to set aside for the uses of the county of Hawaii for a fire station, a lot on the corner of the extension of Shipnian street and P.ridge street upon the express condi tion that the county of Hawaii obligate itself to construct thereon a building of reinforced concrete or other fire-proof material, your committee begs leave to report that ir has had the samp under careful consideration and does hereby recommend that the county clerk be and is hereby directed to forward to Governor Walter Frear and Land Com missioner Marston Campbell each a copy of this report, stating the action had thereon and also calling to their attention the communication of Gov ernor Frear, under date of August 30, 1909, addressed to Hon. .1. D. Lewis, chairman, board of supervisors, in which lie asked the cooperation of the board in the matter of the obtaining of an appropriation from congress for a public building and to bring about the best use of the block, giving as one of tliR reasons for requesting the assist ance of this honorable Imard the fol lowing: 'Another would lie that the lower portion could he u-ed for the purposes of the county of Hawaii with perhaps a s'nail portion of it retained for territorial purposes." This honor-abb- board, under date of September 2, 1910. notified Governor Frear that it was heartily in favor of the proposed plan and surest ions made by him rel- to tin- te.ieral s:'e. ami that u 1 do ail thai it could towards the 'r a portion of (8) VTasTf TRADEMARK Jf REGISTERED. The BUNION LAST is made for the foot with a BUNION. It has the right shape and the right measurements. Shoes made on this last look better, fit better and wear better than made-to-order shoes. Plenty of mom for Enlarged Joints Closely fitting elsewhere. It is the only shoe in the world that will fit a foot with a BUNION or enlarged joint. THE PRICE IS $5.00. liQciK' moe Go Limited 1051 Fort St. Do Not Grease. Roll crust a little thicker than for ordinary pie plates, and lay it on LIGHTLY. Do not press it down hard on wire. Pies baked on this pjate will cook in three-quarters the time they will on any other plate or tin, AND THE BOTTOM CRUST WILL BE THOROUGHLY DONE and CRISP "Not SOGGY" The construction of this plate permits all parts of the pie to be reached by hot air of even temper ature, thereby ensuring a perfect bake. When pie comes from oven let it cool in this plate. When cool, remove to an earthen plate to cut and serve. To remove pie when baked, jar the plate a trifle, and pie will come out VERY EASILY. This plate will bake cookies equally as well as pies. TRY IT 15 Cents 2 for 25 cents E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd. Household Department. THE Woman's Side Her thought by day and dream by night is A HOME Second Floor. at 1 ve wo'.lh end J said punn at READ THE ADVERTISER World's News Daily lar h lows fu'ti:-" viinr c nf the finan.-i thai it e d in -dv;ai. for O'UHKV s. Later event v Kesolut i.i-n X( i-,or;,Me l..,ard thnt tin- e. ;;-- .1 .tonal adirion d territorial s. "hut more par . ia"2 adopted hv Atiiru--t 4. 1010. : -- f i it hfu'lv -i !! :. natter, and e; The .af-ti'-n ;Tl':-i's. ?)..-.vhij its Where is there a place in this part of the group that will stand comparison with KAIMUKI? There 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. LET ELECTRICITY Launder Your Clothes In a sanitary manner in your own home with The Thor Electric Washer and Wringer Kaimuki Land Co., Limited FORT AND KING STREETS The Onlv FRENCH LAUNDRY Phone 1401. 777 King Street. NO EEANCH OFFICE. Makes wasning a spare time task instead of an all-day's job. The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. JAPANESE TOWELING Absolutely New Patterns Exclusive in this store. JAPANESE BAZAAR Fort Street near Convent mmmm.. .. -r-j, rttii'i -nr iatmdu"'f"f Ifi There will be a full-moon dance at this beauti 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. in r.hlis.iTiT t! a 1 1 f o r.-i-f a .'i-T-i-71-r.' t .l;tiH mvci' ' - :)-, 'i: - -: ! I'l.-l:.- "' j.r,r, faith virruaily ! -i-a k i r.z f t!i '.'k- ef there-1'. a - ni'ii::: a-:v ..t lari'l. sii'iw a ir f-arr an 1 i- FOR GOOD INVESTMENTS in REAL ESTATE 1 apply MAGOON BROS. Room 1 Magoon Building. READ THE ADVERTISER, WORLD'S NEWS DAILY libber Goods GOODYEAR RUBBER CO. IT. PEASE Pre?idni 573 575 577-579 Market Street, San FTancisc , Cal., U.S.A. HALLOWEEN AND Thanksgiving Day Novelties WROUGHT IN CRINKLED PAPER FOR TABLE DECORATIONS Ye ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP Alexander Young Building. WORLD'S NEWS DAILY1 .,,.. . tv. i Already. con-nler;mie "inquiry News bein-' rather stale here in town, made as to the locality, etc 11