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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 9, 1910.
i- . P s tin i 4 , 1 t- ,1 : t, :t, THE Pacific Commercial Advertiser A MORNING PAPER. es." said Mr. Hanuurd. Thev ; ouaiitied nu'B. They're PHYSICIAN SHOULD rntdunlut bUnat 0 ru:n nnr: n,wvtf V-;1-. Nin ork broker used to isit I :n a" safari arc !( 1 men. n.it hke the cih-k of the Out Horse J Intel Army and Navy News ti RODERICK O. MATHESON EDITOR FRIDAY DECEMBER 9. SUGAR. 9i Degrees Test Centrifugals. 4.05c. Fer Ton. SSQ.10. bS Analysis Beets, 9s. 0'4d. Per Tun, $77.80. Militia and the Array. wire or turice a vi-ar, an.i in' usual iv i i,und the accommodations at the One J WASHINGTON". November 1 I. Ti Chicago Doctor Explains How , iUT tolerable. The waiter, m tact, ,K,stilt, ;,t;itude of the h.bor . mi.. ns m U. S. WEATHER BUREAU. December 8. Last 21 Hours' Rainfall, trace. Temperature, Max. 77; Mm. 08. Weathei, cloudy to fair. THE TOKIO ALARMIST. ica aii. I as com." in th.' v a n . 1 1 ! i e r Th. ci.unt rv . cm bass v Fl li he ise J.q.ani'-i ) a j .a n ai. in T. ri.ii.- An Man:.- ti A !..;;;. ii the T . " :' a So mi!. a -all., i.-ttt number ot re' ii. ; ' have a war brii i -.ii p-; ..ria tiiis morning ican ,r u riial- have on'y In . member. titii.us of the story that Amer ; tlic war about. M;eh a report and u.-h as have been running ,. persisted in and there vill be Health May Be Attained With Stays. i 'Hit '.(io. uvvmb.T 2'. ' A prop- j-eriy coiist: ucte.I eors..-t gives tu, wo'i.an ! wcar.i. the m...-t anistii- figure pos- Mbit' :.r h. r tn have. Jn most eases of semi i n validism a right I v made cor set wiil lift its wearer to health and . level..!, i.er figure on lines of beautv."' was lam v d. .Is organized militia lias created i . . . .y : .OsstmistlC Teeting among oin- it ii ae I u.) I ; - w .'tiid -ai I !. It is natural t nut jjuard ing the I 'in-i tie V i.Ies ready To jai-h a country into :i war any .-...lid probably be rivaled io riot around the American a per wore to in. -it.- the populace with war talk; a Sail ad. H.ii!il wreck a few Japanese stores and haul a few ve.io'.v journal- -hmiid persuade Tnem into thinking such t j--. and from such cau-r- cuuM w ar come, the much talk of a l'acilic lleet, of ti:e necessity of 1st and of fortifying Hawaii, of the need for rush with the Panama 'ai.ai worry, tile n : v lr JrtJheat n-n- t. 'et excited predominates in either country. about it. There will be no war o long as good sens . What is ti.e public to think when a young man. who has been notorious iu his detianre of the city ordinances in regard to ii r.-t securin.; a chauffeur' license, before lie drove a rent machine around tiie city, U finally caught red handed, brought before a judge and then have the deputy city attorney plead that he be let go with noVther punishment than a suspended sentence What is the public to think when the same prosecuting ollicer with another chauffeur, with two cases of reckless driving against him and four other charges of breach of the city ordinance, refuses to prosecute on the two serhuis charges and takes up for presentation to the court only the minor charges? Honolulu has reason to be proud '-f the ones-she pays to see that her laws are obeyed, these officials who tell protesting police officers that it is none of their damn business how manv guilt v ones they allow to go. To raise a cloud of .lust behind which it could escape from the necessity of apologizing for deliberate fake, an aftcrniion paper intimates that there is justice, if not truth, in its story 'that the Republican executive committee would recommend the passage of a bill appropriating ' ' a lump sum"' for the settlement bv the Territory of the relinquished claims of the former ueen against the I'liited States. The question is not worth discussing. The tueen has made no such absurd request, the Republican committee has made no such absurd recommendation or endorsement, the public generally, while anxious that the Territory appropriate so that the declining years of the (Luoen may be passed without worry, is not prepared to ciid'orse any such absurd legislation as a bill to pay .fUoo.noo out of the Territory's treasury because the United States has not seen fit to pay it. lr. I'rankiin 11. Martin, at a post graduate hospital ciiiiir, said doctors should be tiie ones to design corsets. He said that cor-ets alwavs will be worn, but that they need only be made pro crlv to produce a rare of classiraliv beautiful women. He commended the current "straight front-' fashion. Rigid Back; Lace in Front. These :ue lioetor Martin's rules for hye icn ii- rot set i tig: The ba.-k of the corset must be mold ed liyidiy. The corset must lace up in front. The front lacing should be planned uard it should ! for t'.exibsltty and ready adjustment to t in- w ea i "r "s figure. Measurements for the corset should be made by a physician. 1'ortor Martin said the fashionable straight front and easy, well-made waist would produce healthy bodies. "A corset is a splint.'' said he. "You would not advise a patient to go to an instrument shop and pick out his own splint for a deformed limb.' "As the corset is a splint, it' the figure it is placed on is the proper shape to begin with, the corset should not change the outline, but sustain it. "A stout woman should have a cor set that will distribute her flesh, reduce her hips, flatten her abdomen and sup pott her. A slight woman should have a corset that will mold her figure on artistic lines and that will prevent dis placement of the stomach. Her figure will become rounded by a proper gain in flesh if the digestive organs tire not hampered by tin improper corset and if a proper diet is selected for her. "The harmful corset is the one that disproportionately narrows the waist and fails to support the body. Such a corset will occasion serious digestive symptoms, and. if persisted in, will pro duce appendicitis, serious diseases of the stomach, and finally semi invalidism. "On the other hand, a scientifically fitted corset is a boon to many women; without it thev would never become strong, bur with it they receive the tiecessarv assistance that enables them to be transformed from unhappy ap- Not being Christian Scientists, the majority of Americans will wonder a little over the appearance of apathy among the members of that church con cerning the recent death and burial of their leader. Christian Scientists can become excited, as has been shown by sume of them breaking loose in church rows just like the members of any other church. It is certain that the death of the Pope, of (ieneral P.ooth. of .Joseph F. Smith or of the senior bishops of the Episctiptil or Methodist churches would cause a ripple in the church surface of the particular sect he represented. It may be according to teaching to make no public demonstration of sorrow over the death of a great leader, but to the rest of us it appears decidedly unnatural. Pur. on his return to Tin Oan in '!'.. the waiter was one. and the cooking i a very poss; was so execrable that the broker could i cers of th.- amy and th- National I eat noth ng. He rose and peeped into i ,;u.r,i which is retb-ct"I -trongiv in ! the kitchen, and lo and behold his old ! ,rt , ,-, E. M. j waiter was now the cOos. . 'Shotgun.' said the broker, ' you j VV.-a ver. cli le t ot t he d i v i son, of mi , it 1:1 used to be a fairly good waiter, but j to the chief of staff. The officers say j what are vour ouah fictitious for a i ,.. :t js almost hopeless to , xj.ect anv : cook 7 ' L " Qualifications ? ' said the other. 'Why, didn't the boss tell you I'd got varicose veins? ' ' ' I HAPPENED TO JONES WAS FUNNY relief from the present conditions by the enactment of State laws, or through , anv national law. that woiiid restrain ' the unions from their unfriendly at titude. The teachings of parriotism are of no effect, even where it is ,hown th"t the sole purpose of ih1 militia is the maintenance of law and order, and ia I'ldoml Weaver's opinion, the only m rem practical solution ol tiie .r lies iu the creation by the States of a constahularv on the lines of the highly trained and discipliin d constabulary of Pennsylvania to supplement the effort of the local police in the repression of FOUNTAIN PENS HIGH GRADE PERFUMES l s T niitioiis and hypochondriacs without i a m bit ion to liealthv women. -- After President Ta ft has filled the Supreme Court vacancies, siuneone should jog his elbow and remind him that Hawaii would appreciate a little attention toward tiie oflice of collector of internal revenue. If the incumbent were told to stav or if his siir.-.'-ur were named there would be several less anxi'ous people at large than at present. FRIEND'S COMMENTS ON INTERESTS OF COMMUNITY Tiie Friend for Pecefiiber gives seine attention to civic matters and this ti;he the postofiiee is designated as au ettf the federal building site question is reopened. It says: "What Happened to .Tones," as de picted behind the New 1 rp ileum foot iigii's last night, was not half so funny to .Lines as to the ones who saw it till from the orchestra chairs. 1 he play it- ; v,rij,.r. t is believed that the labor -..-If is familiar to 1 loio.lulans. but the , ,lnj,,,ls would then come to look upon old lines took on new humor when pre- j ,;;, a ,is :l Jnn.,. f,,r national defence, sentiM bv Mr. Howard and his capable ,r;ither than as a State police, and, iu players. They were new enough, at any ;,.,, rse ,,f time, their opposition Would rate, 1 . keep the whole audience thor- i disappear. img'hlv amu-ed and a part of it decided- j olouel Weav er suggests that, per- , ! haps for the reason indicated, the in- lv hilarious. i . . crease m the strength of the .National The w hole company appears m 1 1"' u;iril w,ls ,, v , ri (1 i ng d ur. ng t he last cast, although the heavy parts are tak-lyi-ar. According to the latest returns bv Mr. Howard. Miss lninu. .Mr. .Me- tins strongru was :m.- omcers ami no.- l Mr Hitn.'r The ' men. w hich was n net increase ot E DRUG CO., LTD. en o v Kim, M iss .1 onson an cast was; Marjorie . Hehiia only 731 over the preceding year. It is noted as a curious tact that the little ,j(1U(.s Geo. 1'.. Howard : territory of Hawaii shows the greatest! Kbenezer (ioodlev (iuy Hitner j percentage of militiamen to population, ' Rev. Anthonv l biodley.James P. Norton! the number being 71. S per thousand, j William Uigbee rthur Elton j while Nevada had no organized militia. A policeman Charles K. Murphy! The average of the whole country was l uiler Oliver 1. Kailey j very low, being only 7.7 militiamen to j Cissy.'.'. Miss Pettv Jonson 'every thousand of population. ; Mrs (.oodlev Miss Lil'lie Knoxl The endeavor to secure uniform ex- Kiria .' Miss Marion Dunn cellence of training of the guardsmen; Miss Dorcas Matthews' appears to t.e a nopeiess lash, a itici Miss Kva Martella ' which is attributed to the iliiterence in; the militia laws ot the States, ami the., introduction of political influence in the I appointment of military otiicers, where; they should be selected wholly upon the basis of efficiency and devotion to the j service. ' Forecasting a diminution in the func- j tions of the present militia, the Toport j makes a strong plea for the creation ot i an efficient national re-serve of about i l(Hi.oOi) men, practical on the lines of j the army of Switzerland, which would j lermit the retention of the services of i the best of the citizen soldiery under i Federal control, without demanding of' the officers- and the men more time from their civilian employments than is now ; required for instruction in the best I KNOCKS FAIL, BUT CHOLERA COMES (Continued from Page One), sul at Seoul, who passed through Ho nolulu recently, spoke of this colony and referred to the members of it as thrifty, hard-working and the most de pendable people in the island. The debatable feature concerning them is the fact that through the num ber of years they have been living in Chinese territory, a strain of Chinese blood runs in their veins, and if may fie tnat tins wotibl necessitate applving to them iu the terms of the ' Chinese I '!liti organizations. This would exclusion CHRISTIAN SCIENCE DISCOVERER IS BURIED P.OTON, December S. The funeral UNITED CHINESE society would accept, his advice and say I . not hi li ir more in behalf of the revoln-l FOR OPEN WAR : ii"n:iry party, he would then take the i Hawaii may be in the van in her ai preciatioii of Asiatic problems, but shei"' Mls- Mary Haker Kddy, founder of is behind in the procession of civic' Christian Science, was held today. The beaut ificat ion. The yvonderful work ofiervices were of a simple character and i nicago s t ommeicial l lub in us cam-; were held in her home. pagu for the new Chicago, i.oston s wen. interred at Mount Auburn. unique Ulbi movement and the Nation plans lor Washington set soli' bv spiel with the outcome of the effort, to de velop the natural beautv of Honolulu. oi ga ni.e.l hen soine vears ago vv lien Acknowledge It be a part of the regular army, constitut- j ing w-ith the regular army and militia i the firs; line of defense in case of war. j It is asserted that under the law and i the Constitution a citizen soldiery can j otilv be provided along these lines. 1 which inghat, kosefT.k trl shrdlu vbgqq Colonel Weaver tirswers rather sharp- ly the newspaper critics who complain j that the new militia law works ton harl 1 upon the men. He asserts that if the reouirement of the militia must rest ' The remains i upon excursions and attractions of various sorts, there is such inherent we-il, ness in th svten as to make it ! j doubtful whether it won II be s.afe to j entiuv the safety of tl e country to it. Landscape Engineer b'obiuson wet request under consideration. i . i i . .. .. . , ii ms aovice was nor, accepted an. : i .i.. ,i i , ,. . , . . , . , . ' . o i o u g u i. x i out l lie. jii, 1 1 ii oi ii'i, is sonur the hinese i n.ted Society again cm led , )u)n,in at i ng. The most distress-1 .Honolulu Has to Bow to the Inevitable , l" "n:"" ' , ' ".i. mnie.i , ; i.lence of our worse than can-loss ! Ill1 111)11 , COllll. Mill ot !1 other I' hiniuo . , , .. I Tiie action of the consul has aroused i i i i , i ness in our i.o-toihec squabble. leuisi UK anion or nit loiisui u.is .uoustu here who had snovvn or evoiessed revo- I . . 1 ... 1 i ... :ie iieei w: sir.! iiui we ire no I e er: a solution of the difficulty than when; we began. Large considerations et'J 'ft-r reading the public statement b.amv and utility deinandeil the siie'ef this fellow sufferer, iriven Wlnw !. ' . ' . ' . . . . . ' ' ' irpoi, was maoe io nie 1 hinesoion Tulare Square. Put business inter t nite.f Society uist nigiit, and a fContiuuea from Paije One.) Mass Meeting Called. the entire Chinese colony and instead of gaining friends, the consul has learn ed that more and more the Chinese are sharpening up their hatchets for him. A mass meeting will be held this ii nary sentiment ami place their names before the Peking authorities. Ask for Liang's Recall. Scores of Endorsements Prove It. probably tomorrow night, when a vote will !. taken favoring the recall of the consul, the action of the meet ing to he forwarded to the Chinese minister at Washington and to the for eign office at Pt king. Breach Is Widening. Since the hist publication of charges against the consul by the Liberty News, in w ir.ch ti.e action of tiie cotisiti in caii.ug upon ail t hinese for a fee of sl.'Jo for a census of ("nines... in Pa wn i. was quest '...in-l and graft inti mated, the bre:irii hot ween the consul Uld i.is poo;.;,- has widened. 1'. suiting in the disc ..sin,. ;,jso that the consul had sent t he nan e of eight 'h:ii.-e rev oi.;; iona ri.-s. Of ; he eight Doctor res iutn.li was mittee of i :. gainst tin tile C Ii i he ll. d also ;,, Ussed nth,, demurred and the Mahuka b t a. r ; ii om oili, t the it loll 111 mng a com- i ti,,,, U!.s press, to draw up a complaint jerrimeiit. Now sin. to lie forwarded .Ulster ai W'tish i ngt ( f-teigit ..Hire at Pelui.g. I . a ii g K A .. 1 e rem... veil j j M upon t he national gov j it vastly i tic rcievil cost i you must come to this conclusion: A remedy which cured years ago. which JEWELRY THE GIFT FOR CHRISTMAS Christmas and Jewelry are inseparable. We know you want something in Jewelry for Christmas gifts and we want you to see our large stock of up-to-date Jewelry. All your gift wants may easily be supplied from it with profit and satisfac tion to those you wish to remember A.. " Jewelry is liked by every one. It's the gift of gifts. See our goods. We know we can suit you at our store - i J We to I, has kept the kidneys in good healtu since, can le relied upon to perform run ront a c um bei sum eriiie an adequate si- for a .-i:id-i the same work in other cases. viieh wiil always i.e an eve.s.ire i this: iu-" !..c:tt.-d w tie re it shonbl not be. i Mrs. Pettv I'abricius, 213 Superior Read t i! was : 1 s s ' t . . r 1 i ! ..hMi! an i , :. e.led is a revival ot ei v ir , st leet , hie ago. 1 1 1., says : "I never fail rivir uns. iiishii. ss. Meantime to advise anyone 1 hear complainin"- of d in t!. I st ree I Th i'.'l:-!!- ii:i Sun was one. T Wh,, in,., l.efr a reprisn! ; ...r' head- of ili'lore rest.i. . t wl.irh inflamed aga i " -1 !.. .-..a-new .b-veiopMo'tt cohsui and p. to ing ;i:e iioint v s.'V e ; n. COTTRILL HAD HiS GRIP PACKED FOR TRIP tat. i bin, I ,. I W he!, -etback to the pi-o; he bni'ding at King an is a pi ov i den t i a ! blessj .. 1 1 i : s kind enough t i n g this menace t 11. 't'i!. W'.m - j ; ng t on ma v h.T .i'ltV to P'are ', i n tail Ml Win in a y i 1 1 1 v 1 t W.'l s ' i i : s r lie m 1 nd s n t' . 'h i lies. i. and day afhr .lav - ;,i tin- war hrtw.ei s'le w i ha t it ' s r.'.'irii d t: 1 v Otle) Ige to '1 fact t! i MI ' h I to I.e. on I ! I . a ia -e S. j ! HI T-y.. The Elections The Friend 's comment tioe results, iojiows: 'I' hey were prer.-ded bv iiggTa " ed rhetoric, the p: . toition f t'-ith and ti " 1 " m ang.d. on re demon !....!. i kionev trouble to use Doan's 1.ioL--..ii. t i Kidney Pill. 1 was a suil'irer from ssing. If tins complaint lor years, and eight 1. . . . Vr-trs 'l.-i I rriilliryvftl i r, r . , . 1 ' f"''p '.lij.1 - .....v,..ii:i. ui'CI.UlUll .,'..,.1 l , . uob.lu the! lr gravel. I lay in the hospital foJ i,n ' ''''' -nriile .h.m, as much a stapl vet !n;i: weeivs, liovefing between life and death, ' postoffice! ;'n'! was in such great pain that I felt itw . s t TEDDY BEAR DEFIES OBLIVION. I he tnanutticttirers of playthings j mourn the fact that nothing has yet been dev ised to take the " TVddy b.en devised to take the place of "Teddy Pear" in the hearts of the children of ihe world. "Whiie aviation has given the toy makers an exceptional opportunity to exercise their skill." declares a writer, "there is a general opinion! among them that this vear will not wit- i ness the creation of any one tov or mechanical contrivance that will outsell all otiiers, a.s did the famous 'Teddy P.ear. ' The appearance and rise in; popoiariy o me -leipiv- I'.ear is one of the mo: rematk.'ible events in fov tmiking history. 'Teddy P,e;irs" were known to the trade rind had a fairly i good sale before thev became a 'cr:i7te.' Pott even after this had subsided, n j steady demand for the fnzzv littl : 1 Limited LEADING JEWELERS RAZORS 8 Jt0AL OFFICE OF THE tTKITB) STATES WBATHEK BUBEAU. Honolulu. Thursday, Decemlier 8, M i. ia' 1 1 ii 1 1 d. ti I' ll i mm be a w l i, 1 i n iv W . I'll ted So.-.. he was ask. em-rent tlKl in. hi, large proportions Consul Refuses Request. S...... I v ra lied ti t.'OI : lie , a-k. d ! not if v the Pekin e vva- triistaheu e men'P is ai.-.'ki d ti g ' ' tit ot i i hat . He! r vens w er. ii to 'a hau ;-;:( ! : lies., o i s -1 , , gov t tin' of 0 I ' : V t P 'tit refused .r. and v i'" 1 tu ' t - e . '1 -nf a 1 Cem. A'lv, Ya : b. TeSs ' '. K. Ai La I T.e: Wlleli irf.tsal. the !h. ': utt v one . ! ! he se him a i;! i,; trt he was tak"'i ' whiie he had dinner party ; restni-rai" so, ,rhes ..t : were tnti !e. T't.e t.-irtv f.ik.' d the re oii iorarv ff-: s V" wards tf.ev were pre, n t at a ., ,. ;nr :. t:;e ' hi !.-- th-.Mt.T. Th : vv the reason he con. plained ..f ti no Must Break Away. The consul is reported to have th lied the tensn.iitee that if th-y ate' th- II" was in nt ha; at id r 'He i : I! . a 1 d :f I r "' it. at tl,,. I ( O 1 ' . t ;ht be iv !. ed til. I Walt. leg ill's- ia i i si hr br-r: witii ! " j ir.i t- ;i t ,i : U i S i V-' ' ' " ' ' ' had 1 . 'uai' , w..r.!i'-!" -or oft'"- !" lolle .,:i;-'v I TlieS- . ;. i s!l:,,i v J r:i ", "-"l of the p-.t ir rharire P. M-.v -ed. Ti Ito'lipt. as thought death would be welcome. I una by recovered sufficiently to be I brought home, but 1 was by no means ; well. My ba.-k pained me so badly that tier-, I was unable to do my housework, and i at night I coui. 1 not sleep. Dizzy spells i , v- and headaches annoyed me, and the kid- Its ;;rv secretions were unnatural. 1 used m.-u. till kinds of medicine. Put became dis de, courage.! and believed mv case to be 1 p. hopeless, .as nothing seemed to help me. wa- due day a friend recommended T'oan 's J nam i i .acua.-fie Kidney t ills to me; m fact, en to gave me a few to try. In a day or so am-. . after I began their use I notice! im n. i provemeiif. 1 continued to get better - the right along, and the backache and other :t "!.'..- troubles soon disappeared. J am deeply loo .- grateful to Poan's Paekaehe Kidne'v -t : i'iils for Irirsgifg this great relief, anil 1!,. , no words ton strongly express mv opin-I . iH, :..H of them." j Mrs-. I'a! ri. -ins gave the al nve state-' . s, cat on .Ian nary 11. Pc'7. and con-1 '. ' r'ne.i t on I'd nary !, p.f'H. in fhe j ,,, f.dioyvii.g words: "Th.e relief Poan 's ! 'wi;t,; backache Kidney Pills gave me has ! ...,,.,,! been permanent, but 1 still keep this i s iu the toy trade as fh,. dressed doll, not .none in the Fnitcl S'ates. but throughout the civilized wotdd. No real success 1ms followed the attempts of the tovmnh rs o creat. successor for the bear, although, in England, they have lately had a competitor in a tov dog modelled after the late King Ed ward's favorite teu-ier 'Caesnr'.' THKKMO. "li.as v.. ur wife :i perception of humor1" "1 think so." replied Mr. Merhtoii. '-The tired look she always has when T strut to tell a joke shows rha- she recognize it at once. " W.'l vh METEOROLOGICAL B.ECCRD nred Fverv Run1y Morning bv b Intu "8 f.2 i 7u ,tli it ! i ! Ift 1 -2 W 74 S6 i 7u .1'9; 9 l&f ''.'.t.J 7ri lis 72 .00 "A IdcS 2.t:' 76 ) 72 W) 78 1904 Se.rc' 7ti 67 72 i .Ol U j IPC?, 'ii M. vi . W 74 : .01 77 j W 3 ,;4 -l 78 77 1 .CP "2 117 HO , 4 ti C'J 76 If. M t( '.l" '.s f9 74 03 '0 l;y 8,. 2 7? 70 1 74 -OOj 70 j 1?1 ; . 1 77 t 71 JT j I 4VKC .". '..s 7s tia 71 i .0 76 j Z I e ' i j B p 4 i M j- ! wi- WM. B. STOCIOIAN, Section Director. Lofal Office, TJ. S. Weather Bnreu THKKM WIM I c TIDES, SUN AJTOMO? - H - (- o M- - -. - - s '"- - .5 fi : s I 0 a s is Li At I am .'i'id to con- i me., w ,- '. end'v wi'h --. si!'' ''id bv him ed Tig Mi!,t h"''N:ir" i1'""" airi-i h a: it, th's man ' - - t'i-i - me: t ..; a ' '!" ; r i ' he 1 . b,T' V X. VS office. .-...!. h-.V.e-.. r. -. 1 f. :l - "y ' ! ' ' ire-; ;. 'ieSoi y..-, v . j n ,-Virgcs p'.-.t iT Wild "' .'''."':l'"! ' ; '' -mth -'."?. w'..-1-e agan-' . H. St a , k r, bh- aidy is now i:""'""' ' ' '' i ru ait t i iv or of Ms." !',... 's iv r,:l t " r.oits - .v:ll 1 e 1 nave previously said in ! Parka.-he Kidnev ! T TkMcka.-he Kidney Pills are! 1 druggisfq an,l storekeeper. ! - (siv oes .2..r,i)) T j on receipt of r.ric. ' ::ter lirg . Uonohilu. ! the Hawaiian I - C r ' v, -5 " r. . :. " ,u & M 77 nn 7J . t.t, i "" I , 1 7; W i ' n '. . i i s 3 ( s VZ h i . Mi H 7 (1 7f f 1 '1 1 OS 7rV ; . Ort lis 3 .a. tV'i 1 NE NK s K I" H h K N H r i; ; v -.'0 o., 20 6 27 5.1 " V 1 F S : 7 ta l." S'', , s ,: 111 1 J L vs ;' r1 Ci I' ' l u 1.4 11 lf a.m. t 8 1..W SK 1?. S C. . - ,4 ..-' 2011. ) tt'O agent? . ttij union riA " to' : ' , . ..; "-mperature, instrument i Th. ri.u. it KihuW" ogio- nului and B t . r l- tame. iv- and and Tstup b,o i HOW HE QUALIFIED Yah-. Va"' et Stot--BToeT readings ted for tfmnpr.n... "rrorn , r,,4 i V ' r"menij : rues i , t ! J ?' ,'n,i. ,,,cal Kvity, and reduced i .s.:t one hour earher th i in -e.i. AleTH -'oudinesS stated ' oiu. , t. . u 0 W wind U , m t0 ln' Diction of, ii,w,i:n .t.ndard t-j & wV!nHVPraKe VeWit in per ! JO mi t-.t,. ser than 67 -7 Z"r, ' r dir""0T. during f :n rnutes. The tij n at 8 p. m. Velocity of Mo-.. : 1:30 p. m., 't wind !S average velocity in mile, rwr 1 ..".-wieh 0 honrt 0 w tl M. P.. STOCKMAN. ' ! ",," ' are for Station Director. wko! group Ken ,oti lit1 pi, rtin A sff.i ot ,1. Tl hi I ate I few tl Illl I tilt 0t itfi tkt I nrt P it k i; fin m! nd m at m M Inn sti I Ml (it tie tp tut 111 ii i( til tii tfi It. k r Ha i tir P01 0( '1 OB la; m : n i tii U of tl Hi te in it 't i Si