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SToney In JLc. bank worts for
IN 4Mncr day and nfcrLL Son-
' hj and IloIItlaj ft. lnt lb
longer It works the harder It
- works and lie mere It makes :
for joul It 3 BfTfr pet llred, '
Drier lakes-a rest' never iteps;
Yob can start suen an ao .
eonnt with a Hllle as oae dol
lar. fc'e' lit about It -
Bankot 'Hawaii, Ltd.
. Carltiil-Sarplas 11,200,000.
after visiting our milkde- .
pet en Sheridan Street
that she never realized'
? before to what extremes v
we went- to insure abso
lutely pure milk to Ho'
r.clulu. V ?v??''
The depot Is open every
day for your Inspection.
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C.:r I.uy 1 Co.
: For SzloVj:-.
1 rf! 4-tcdrocni house with beautiful
grounds at Palama. 3000. ; ,
C n Louse and lo't with bearing fruit
tree 3 nt Nnnanu. $1000v - ; ' "
V- Miizz lots at Nuuanu and KalihL
r-.all, furnished cottage, bath, kitch
en ard two" rooms, gas and electric
lij.t; $15 to desirable tenant.
' J. H. Schnack
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13 HoUI CL, Oregon EW& TsL tSM
- Only tsttfbtishment on tha talancl
eqiMpped to do Dry Cleanina. 't
- Your attentloiria called to the fact
that we have H?t receired, ' by; last
toat from the Coast, a large aalpmeat
of the best PORTO RICO HATS.- Reg
ular price, ?5; reduced td $2.50. .
THE LEADING HAT CLEANERS
tlz. 23 CerttanJa St4 nr. Nuuanu Ave.
I' LUX TUliltO, Specially
QUICKER THAN LIGHTNING
" The Speed -Kodak- operates
with focal plane shutter an J
does all the work of the Gra
- flexbut costs less.
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f ' Exposures of 1000 of second.
Come In and see It.
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort, Near Hotel 1
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(Poulssn Wireless System)
Qaldt and Accurate
- . ; . Service '; - -:
1055 Alake Street Phone 025
; Now handling messages, code and
otherwise, under same terms as cable
company, -only that we are 10 cents
a word cheaper. . -
' Office Open Week days: 8 am. to
11 p, m. . Sundays: 8 p. m. to 11 p. m.
Telegrams po At Kight
Delivered f.'ext r.lorning
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Y!13 A1T1HDED KICIIEST nOXOHS
At the recent California State .
Fair held at Sacramento: , ,
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G:a. C. Cecily, .
Phone i ! : 'CcIe Distributor
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Importers, Machinery and ''"
: Commission Merchants
r; ' : Qealers In
Automobiles and Autoaoblle : '
v . Supplies
ALEXANDER YOUNG CLDG.
Cor. King and Bishop Sts.'
Office 2157 y
Atrto Supply Dept. S817
An to Salesroom .' ; . ....... S268 r-
Merchandise & Machinery ; 2il7
Garage. 2201 v
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED G A RAG E, LTD. t
CCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
Merchant Straat -
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK
en your Automobile and aeve
Aceiylene Light and
Agency Con Ltd. j
Office In the Telephone " Baild-
. , Jng on Adams Lane ,
Telephone 1274. r
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Commission of Deeds for Califor
nia and N aw York j NOTARY' PUBi
L1C Grants Marriage Lieansos. Draws
MeHssgas, Deeds, ; Gills of 8ali
Leasts, ' Wills, etc Attorney for the
District CouKs." 70 M E RCHANT, 1T4
HONOLULU, Phone U
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' The Schofield r Lodge, No. lOSO,
Loyal Order of Moose, will hold their
II rat basket picnic and dance, at Pearl
City Sunday, Nov. 17. Train leaves
the O. . R, & L. Depot at 10:20 a. m.
Music s by the four military bands.
Baseball and other sports. Light re
freshments will be served on the
grounds at reasonable prices. Tickets
11.00, to be , exchanged for railroad
ticket? at depoL r Come and have a
good, outing, , . , 5394-3C
. Third Precinct; 4th District Demo
cratic Club wift meet i Monday, No
vember 18th, ' at ( Julius Asch's rest
dence at 8 p. m., to consider the "mat
ter of the appointment of the4 future
governor. ' - ' . , i
: r t ; JNO. EFFINGER,
C23.'-2t ' - - President
Mrsl Lnm Lau Sliee will not be re
sponsible for any debts contracted in
her name, without a written order, .
,v VACCINATION i NOTICE
Office of the Territorial Board of
Health. Honolulu. Hawaii, November
14, 1912: Notice Is hereby given that
the children not already vaccinated
of i the following public schools, will
be vaccinated by" a Government Phy
sician at such schools on the date3
hereafter stated? beginning at 8:30 a,
m: Wailupe, November 19th; Kali-hl-uka,
November 21st; Kalihi-kal and
Moanalua, November 26th ; Manoa,
November 29th : - Llliuok&lani. Decem
ber 2nd : Kauluwela, : ; December 3rd :
McKJnley High, December ' 4th V Pohu
trnfna: . Dprpmber Kth ! Central Gram
mar,' December $th; Moillili, Decem
ber Sth, Kalihiwaena, December 10th;
Pauoa, ' December 11th: Kaahumanu,
December 12th; Normal, ' December
13th: Maomae. December lCth;. Kai-
nlanl. Docemher 1 7th : Walkikl. i De
cember lSth ; Royal, December' 19tL.
This notice Is given in pursuance of
the requirements - of Act 63, Session
Laws of 1909. . . ' -
- J. S. B. PRATT. M; D
President, Territorial Board of Health
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Notice Is hereby given that the Kat
mukl Mercantile Co. disposed of, their
Interest to the KaimuXI Grocery - Co.
orf October; 11, 1912. ,;A11 assets; and
liabilities prior , to the date of sale
will be borne by the undersigned, who
will; not be responsible for any debts
contracted after, October 111912.
. KAIMUKI MERCANTILE CO.
TTnn1lir JnV 1 2. 1912 . E2!)R.l W.
are made on the latest London, Paris
and 'New. York Custom Lasts.'
- . QUARTER "SIZES
REGAL SHOE 8T0RE -.
king and Bathal Streets
May's Old Kona Coffee
, - BEST IN THE MARKET ,
H E Hji Y'MA Y "ft CO.
Phone 1 27!
AXTOX STAXGE & BROTHER
X GERMAN CONFECTIONERY AND
p?& FANCY BAKERY: ;
i Specialty- German Rye sour bread ;
German half-fine rye bread. 1183
Alakea : SU near. Beretanla. Phone
," s. . i TUTS
Chosa R. Frazior
Pkoae 1371 121 Kinf Ct
CHEMICAL ENGINES AND
For ala By "
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It' was a mutual admiration society
meeting that the Democrats held Sat
urday .night at ' Aala Park . to congra
tulatel themselTes upon having taken
Bucli ' a successfal swipe at .the Re
publican Icohorts on election day.
They thanked the voters and they
praised each other, the band played
and i the crowd laughed and cheered.
and, everybody was as happy as: a
school boy playing hooky. ; Bert RIt
enburgh, , the mayor's secretary was
the first chairman .but Illness soon
took him off s and gave Kalakiela a
Ks. M Kaloa opened , the meeting
with prayer and J. M. Poepoe was the
first speaker. He laid It on thick,
and declared that none but Link Mc
Candless will be acceptable to the
rank and file' of the party for 4 the
shoes Frear Is so soon to leave va
cant He also declared himself- In
favor of "a- $2-a-day law, and asserted
that he would work for one as soon.
as .he took- office. :;: ,V-V
Several of the' speakers. Including
Treasurer-elect McCarthy, rapped the
present board of supervisors, because
"they are spending all the money, and
will leave none to be turned over to
the new administration." Almost to
a man the' speakers denounced the ba
nana campaign of the board of health
and said that they proposed to see to
the - . enactment of A laws guarding
against such "outrages' in future. M.
C. Pacheco. promised ; to do his best
as a' member of the board of super
visors, and regretted but one thing
connectedwith 'the recent campaign;
the failure of the voters to defeat
Cupid' and elect t Link McCandless.
Julius Asch, Jr . promised to father
a bill favoring women's suffrage1 In
the Territory, ? and - Representative-
elect Paele said that he intends intro
ducing a bill making the office of the
president of the hoard or neaitfl elec
tive and to fight any movement to
ward making the government of Ha
waii one by commission,' t r -rt '
v McClellan aasailed. the Republicans,
'Including : the .Governor, ' for taking
away the powers of the mayor. He
said ; the Democratswere ready "to
block any vicious measures the Re-
publicans introduced In r the V leglsla
Mrs. John: H. Wilson, one: of ; the
foremost women speakers in the. Is
lands during the past- campaign; said
that .having spoken from " the , same
platform t the night before the , elec
tion, many had remarked she was the
kahuna for the-whole party and that
was why the Democrats won ; out ,:;
However, she disabused their minds
of any Idea she was a kahuna. It was
all due to the poor work of the Re
publicansand particularly , because
of. the' Republican : cutting of bananas
which 'disgusted, the : common people.
At the ballots boxes they, protested.
ReDresentatlve - elect McCandless.
from the ? fifth district, told" the : good
people that had voted for. him that he
did not; believe. In coming before the
people and' telling them that ; they in
tended to do ; ths or the other thing.
, . T. Jv Ryan who gave Auditor Bick
nell'a close run for the office now held
by Bicknell, praised himself for hav
ing run. a pretty, good race, and thank
ed those who had voted for him.; The
Democrats had promised to save the
people, if elected, "and It was now, up
to, the people to watch . the : several
candidates who had , been- elected on
the Democratic ticket and If they did
not live up- to the several -planks -in
the Democratic ..platform,? a new set
should be sent Jack two years hence.
king's daughters fund s
The campaign which? is now being
'waged ' by the ' King's Daughters A to
secure the necessary funds to erect
their new home In KalmukI Is rapid
ly nearing the.clo6e,t; and 'it Is expect
ed that , during" " the next ten days
which now 'remain before Thanksgiv
ing - Day that tfie necessary ' building
'fund. of 175,000.' will J have been" se
cured. . - " : - v ;;- - " ; ; r ,
The .King's Daughters let the con
tract for the new homewlth less than
$20,000 In the treasury, and In order
to:, raise ; the i necessry: amount to
cover; the Building expenses, -a cam
paign: was started in which all the
members of the? societies' - ? took V an
actlve'.part.:? It 'was decided to raise
the ?money by private subscription,
each member" being-supplied; with) a
list pf the,'names of ten prospective
givers on whom they will call As
these parties were called upon, - new
names were added . to' the' - lists, -and
while some who were called upon!
were unable tbrespond, the generos
ity of "others made up thii difference.
-The campaign . was continued this
morning With redoubled interest, aad
on the closing day there . ii' lltlle
doubt but what the necessary, amount
will Tiave been 9btalnedAs one way
of giving thanks, no doul t many peo
ple will contribute libe: ally to the
fund on Thanksgiving Day.
STANDARD REMEDY FOR
now, recognized the world over is Ly
dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, and fair-minded physicians
recognize its worth and do not hesi
tate vto prescribe it.
For nearly forty years this famous
root, and herb medicine has been pre
eminently successful in controlling
the diseases of women. Merit alone
could have stood this test of time.
? Ticket speculators reaped a rich
harvest In the sale of tickets to the
big Bull Moose meetings held in New
York' before election.
A number of American professors
have opened up a series of lectures
in Berlin, Germany. The lectures are
being well attended.
FUKtJ Yea to ::::: C:rM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF, TH
FIRST CIRCUIT, TERRITORY ? OF
HAWAII. A.? D. 1812 TERM.
Cecil Brown. Plaintiff,' , v. Emmett
? 3Iay; t Emmett May, Trustee, De
fendant ?CWiiam Henfy; William
Henry Receiver of the Fidelity In
: surance Company, Limited. ; Gar
fnishee.: Stamps 2.00. Garnishee
Summons.'--' . t -
" The Territory of Hawaii: To the
High, Sheriff of the Territory of Ha
wait, or his Deputy; the Sheriff of the
City and County of Honolulu, or his
Deputy; );?:?v?;-v??': l:l:??'
You f are commanded to summon
Emmett May; Emmett May Trustee,
Defendant, in case he shall file writ
ten answer within twenty days after
service hereof, to be and appear be-
rrore the aaid.circuit Court at the term
thereof pending immediately after the
expiration of twenty days - after ser
vice hereof ; provided,' however. If no
term e pending at such time, then to
be and appear before the said Circuit
Court at the next succeeding terra
thereof; to-wlt," the January, . 1913,
Term thereof,; to be holden at Hono
lulu, City and County of Honolulu, on
Monday, the 13th day of January, at
ten o'clock, m., to show cause why
the claim of Cecil Brown, Plaintiff,
should? not be awarded to him ( pur
suant to the tenor of hia annexed Com
plaint And you are also commanded
to'leave'a' true and attested copy of
this? Writ with 'William Henry, WII
liam Henry receiver of th"e Fidelity In
surance Company, Limited, the attor
ney; agent factor,.;trustee, or debtor,
of the above named . Defendant, or at
the place of his usual abode, and Mm
summon, to appear personally In said
Court on the "day of trial at ten
o'clock. a. m., then and .there, on oath,
to disclose whether he has or at the
time ; said oopy was served, had any
of the goods ;or effects of the De
fendant ; in his hands, and if so, the
nature, amount and value of the same.
or. Is Indebted to the Defendant and,
if so, the amount and nature of such
debt . 1 . -v. '
Notify the said Garnishee that noon
default to attend at the place on the
day and hour; above mentioned, exe
cution will be issued against his prop
er estate; for the amount v of such
judgment as -the Plaintiff may recover
against the Defendant
And have yon then there this Writ
with full return of your proceedings
thereon, - . . -
Witness .the Honorable HENRY E.
COOPER," First Judge or the i Circuit
Court of the First Circuit at Honolulu
aforesaid this 29th day of July, 1912.
(Seal) : J. A. DOMINIS,
? ,""..;-' " - Clerk.
Section 2122 ' Rev. - Laws. : Whenso
ever any person summoned -ns an at
torney, agent, factor or debtor, of any
defendant may be desirous of so do
lug, he may apply to the magistrate or
any judge or the court from whom or
which the said summons may have
Issued, and the magistrate or Judge
having caused reasonable hotlce to be
given to the plaintiff In the action,
shall proceed to take the deposition of
the person thus summoned, and make
such order as may be proper in the
premises.' at ansrtime nrevious to the
day appointed for hearing the cause,
and the person so summoned as agent
ractor or debtor of, the party defend
ant, shall be taken to have obeyed
the summons.'?';;? ;?v.: ,;-i:
Edorsement: L No. 7579, Reg. 4,
Page 43. Circuit Court First Circuit
Cecil v Brown, Plaintiff., v. Emmett
May,-. Emmett ?May, Trustee, Defend
ant William Henry, William Henry,
Receiver of 1 the- Fidelity Insurance
Company," Limited, Garnishee. Gar
nishee Summons. v.-; r v
Issued at 9:25 o'clock a. m4 July
29, 1912; J. A. Dominis, Clerk. Re
turned at 10:25 o'clock a.. m.,- August
7, 1912. ';. J. .A. Dominis, Clerk. - Alex
ander D. Larnach, Stangenwald Bldg
Honolulu, Attorney for Plaintiff. :
v: Clerk's Certificate. -
I certify the foregoing to be a true.
full and , faithful copy; of 'the original
on file; in the archives of, said Court
Witness my hand end Seal of said
Court", at Honolulu aforesaid, this 3rd
day of October, . 1912. r r : y
(Seal) ? HENRY SMITH; Clerkv ?
6360 Oct 7, J4. 21, 28; Nov, 4, 11, 18,
25; Dec 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; Jin 6, 13
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Two modern houses on Fifth .
Avenue, Kaimukv each contain- f.
ing two large bedrooms par- ?
lor? and dining-room. Yard lm
; proved. - About three minutes'
walk from car fine. Price rea-
924 Bethel Street
Q EAT MARKET AND
- - IMPORTERS
1 Yee Chen Co.,
BETHEL AND KING CTS. '
" " Fine Line of Cry Good -
?V'ah Yinrl Chori Co.
King St ..J.. Ewa Flshmxrket
Now On ; r
KWONQ SING LOY
King Street - Near Cjthet
in Eandcono Greys
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C2 SOUTH KING CTr."T
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Cily l!:ri!;;:re Co.,
fluuzr.u tr.i KI-J C'.r:;4.a
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fancss KACYCLE r.vjcks fc?
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; Highest Quality' of Material and
? ! v ?? Best Workmanship r
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
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?: '?1 Honolulu
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11CO-Lot on Puuiisl Ave., aJc!-.'2j
r Oahn a Club. 10.CC3 c:. ft
120G-10 acres tarn . land at ICallil.
?'" ' 1 miles from Kits SL !- 1CQ3 -
- ': banana trees"..- ; - ;
$120--Corner Lot Nuuanu and Judd
ri Sts 40x73, good for store or
: doctor's office.
Lots at Puanal, 61-2c per loot
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