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THURSDAY, FRIDAY ami SATURDAY
Hosiery - Domestics - Laces
Ladies 35c lose
20c per pair
Ladies' $1.25 Hose
75c per pair
FRUIT OF THE LOOM COTTON, full yard wide, regular price
121-2c yard; SPECIAL for Thursday, Friday and Saturday
ONLY 10J PER YARD
MADAPOLAM, 36 Inches wide, soft finish, regularly sold for 12 1-2c,
our price for Thursday, Friday and Saturday.. 10 P'r YARD
FINE APPLIQUE LACES, In white and ecru, just the thing for
trimming white or colored dresses; regularly sold for 20c and
2Sc per yard; our price for Thursday, Friday and Saturday
ONLY 12'j YARD
Store Open until 9 pm. on Saturday
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co. Ltd,,
Cor. Port and Beratanla
.hm m wasw v
yfMMb . tij 5ipfn . wJei
NSWO.' i-.-ims.n 7
.ljLff 'jrT&.m mr
Veal Loaf Sliced Dried Beef
Corned Beef Hash
Vienna Sausage Boneless Chicken
are some ot
Libby's (SSS) Food Products
Ask jour grocer for them
Our bookltt, "Good Thln to En," nulled frc Send
flvt I cent tir.pi for Llbby'a Big Attn of lh Wotld
Llbbjr, McNeill A Llbby
T.H. DAVIES & COMPANY, Limited,
To Builders, Contractors and Others
Clearing Out Sale of
DOORS and SASH
AT COST for cash
C. B. REYNOLDS,
757 ALAKCA STREET NEXT BAIL ORS HOME.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
Wc pack, haul and ihip yout
goods and save you money.
Dealen in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage In Bflck Watehouie, 126 King St. Phone Main 58
These are our regular 35c Ladles'
While Lace Ankle Hate which we of
fer for Thursday, Friday and 8atur
day ONLY, at the exceptional price
of 20 PAIR
ANOTHER BIQ H08IERY BAR
GAIN We offer for Thursday, Friday and
Saturday ONLY our regular $1.25 equal
ity Ladles' Silk Plaited Black Hose at
the extremely low price of 75d PAIR
LEGISLATIVE AND COUNTY TICK
ET NAMED AMID UTMOST
GOOD FEELING BY DELEGA
TIONS OF KAUAI CITIZENS
KNUDSEN NOT OPPOSED
FOR THE SENATE
EVERYTHING WENT ALONQ AS
8MOOTH AS COULD BE AND
FEELINGS WERE NOT INJUR
EDAN AMICABLE MEETING
I.llmc, Knual. 8cpt. 21 Tho Rcp'lb
Mean County nml District Contentions
held their meeting nt Llhtio last Sat
urday with nearly a lull attendance of
tho l)clcRsts from the different pre
cincts only two hclng present by prox)
The meeting clewed W. II. Itlco Sr.
us temporary chairman and F. Wcbcr
ns temporary secretary, with J. M. Ka
ncakua ns Interpreter. A ten minutes
recess was then taken while n corumll
tia consisting or one delegate from
each precinct examined tho credentials.
They wcro nil found In be In order,
though u question ttns raised by Chas.
I). Wilson as to T. Ilrand t fpialillca
tlou to sit na a ioprescutatlc from the
first precinct. Tho question wax left
lo tho convention lit large, who scutcd
him In duo order.
'llio meeting then proceeded to elect
its' permuiicnt oflkcrs and tho result
was lli.it V. II. Ulcc, Sr.. F Weber
nnd J. M Kiincnlcun, who hud been
acting as temporary ollkcrs, wcro
clcelul to remain as pirmnncut tints.
II. II. Ilrodle was chosen ns vice chair
man and A. T. Mil.iuo as treasurer.
Ilcwilutlons ttcrc passed for tho up-
pointmctil or committee on Older tit
IIiifIiicss, nnd ltcsolutioiis nud I'lat-
form, consisting of lln cub. On the
first of then- tho chairman appointed
Messrs. Ilrodle, (lay. Kaheo, MlIjiiic
and A. H. Wilcox, whllo tlirt Platform
Committee was mado up of Messrs.
Kinney, Malm, McCorrlstou, Hcott and
A rcci-sa was then taken while these
committees got through with their
wort. This tutorial was mnde use ot
by the dcligatcs to accept W. II. Kite's
ln nation to refresh tho Inner man In
his laual. Mr. Itlco, In fact thu whole
Hlco famll). bcciii to excel in tho nrm
uratlon ot tho regular luaus, nnd thU
occasion only served to confirm their
sitpirlorlty In this lino. It Is unnec
essary to Mate tint all took adtuntaso
or .Mr. ulcus sonorous hcspltalll), del,
iatei, randlditcs nud onlonkirs sit'
ting down In tho way lambs nnd Houj
will do inahopc.
Thttt this feast met with tho limit
luted upprtn.it of nil Is best shown by
tho unanimous itdoiitlon of the vote, nt
thanks which was extended lo Mr. Kite
by the contention when it again was
itillcj to order a little uftcr 1 o'clock.
The Committee on Order of llnsl
ncsa repurlcd nnd hud Its report adopt
ed by tho convention. It contain!!
among other things n clime that tl.o
voting hhuuld bo dono by ballots.
The Committee on Platform then re
potted and Hiibmlltcd it draft for tho
appmtiil of tho contention. Thlb
drnft ttus unanlmousl) ulop'ed ns tho
platform of tho Ittp'ihlluiu put in
tho County of Kntinl.
On motlo'i o! Mr. Jutm li. was do
tided to lut- tro pluf.irm inlnliil and
to Eiippt) each of thu cindiJ itcs Willi
Tho contention a ho dr ii'id t-, mi
toss each of Hid Liiudid.ilos Hie Mini
of fj&o In crder lo ratio muiict fu
defraying tho ctliotuej luuitred at till
Another resolution piik'cd wan that
It should tuko n majority ot all tho
totes last to dccldo a nomination.
It was alM decided Unit, In
nhsenco of .my primary law tho
County Committee tnko full charge.
or county contention nlfulrs, appor
tion ull delegates, inuko call for prl
marlcs. net tlmo for such meetings
P. E, R. Strauch
$2700 Largo Ilotiso and aero I.ot on
Car I-liio near Zoo. Kasy paymiut.
J3500 Kligant 11-room modern Itest-
denio . Htablis, Outhotiucri. Lot
170x210. Will bo sacrificed at 1-2
$1300 Or. Cottugo at Piiumil nr. I.lllha
Terminus. Lot 75x150. Health
lest place in Town.
22CO Cottago on King St. nr. Wnl
kll.l turn. Lot t.Ux2tJ0. bcxt resi
dence dlstiiet. l.'asy paymentR.
in per rent. Cash. Will double In
taltto next two yearn.
J200 Soteral lino Ilulldlng Iits, ull
dealt d; nt I'uiiuul, (2S Cash; bal
ance monthly without Interest.
These 1o(b aro tho best In town for
$75 per annum 10 teara' lenso on
11-2 acres of lotcl land, rich soil,
free, from stones, mar Kalllil Tor
And Other Bargains.
NO. 74 SOUTH KINO STREET.
P1ATF0RM ADOPTEDBY NOTLEYEXPLAINSIHOSE
MUMS OF BUNK W ON '
KAUAI . Till
Following Is the platform
adopted by Kami Republicans In
County convention September 22:
Wc, tho Republicans of the
County ot Kauai, herch) renew
our nllcgianco to the principles
nnd tenets of the llepttbllcan par
ty and to Its policies as adopted by
tho Territorial Contention at
Walluku, Mriul, on tho 2nd Inst.
Wo heartily endorso the suc
cess administration of piddle af
fairs by the Iloird of Hupcrtltors
ot this County.
Wc pledge our support to Dele
Wo fator the opening of public
Wo recommend and rciiml of
the IUprcKntatltcs and Senators
that Hay work fur the passage of
tho following laws: f
1 hat fifty per cent ot nil Income
taxes shall remain In tho counties
In which tho tux Is produced.
Thnt tho pollto shall act as trtt-
ant officers fur tho different
That ttc plcdgo the legislators
from this count) to work for n 4
law rtHtorlnt tiurhers' salaries to -t-the
hchcdtilo occupied beforo tho
0 per cent reduction.
Wo ftitor tho (loteniment own-
ershlp of sumdent wharves on
Kauul lo necomtuoilato the public:
anil pledge our leglslatitu dclcga- t
tluu to work for u law fntorlng
tho same. 4
Thut nil dug taxes collected
within each loutity shall remain
In tho county In which It is col- -t-lectcd.
That the Legislature pass n
primary election law. f
That tto fator tho passage of it
law by which mono appropriated 4
for the Public Works llornrltnent
bo segregated and given to each
4 county in proportion to tho taxes 4
paid by the fccverul counties, Wb 4
4 tho Commlttco on Platform nud
4- Resolutions beg to report tho fol-
IC. W. KINNRV.
4 It. SCOTT,
4 F. MAUN. I
C. II. WILCOX.
4444444444444 4 444 t
nnd tthalctcr Is to be dono In such
Tho convention then proceeded to
nominate candidates for thu scleral
Tliero had been soaio talk about a
fight for tho tivna'oritl seat, but when
It came to nominate thero appeared
to bo only one candidate In tho field,
unmcly, U. A. Knitdeeu, who conse
quently received tho nomination.
There were flvo aspirants for llcp-
iCHcntatltu honors C, A. Illcc, J, II.
Coiio), W. J. HhctdoD. J: I. Silt a and
(loo. II. Illicitly, who rcccltcd 46, 3b,
10, 34 and 2U totes respectively, llio
four first ouch having received tho
hlghixt niimbci of votes, wcru there
foio declared nominated.
For tho offices ol County Hhrrlff.
County. Attorney, County Treasurer
ami County Clerk, thcro wcro only one
applicant for ench ofSco and they wcro
tncriToro given thu nomination.
Thieo aspirants were In tho field for
tho ofllto of County Auditor and the
chances sicmcd to bet pretty ctcnly di
vided. On counting (ho ballots It watt
found that Olaf Omstcd bad iccclvcd
27, Chas. lilakc 13 ahd I.. J. Mundon
C votes; tho former as thercforo do
ilarod nominated, which nomination,
on motion of Mr. Mundon, was mado
The Delegates from (ho several ills
trlcts then went Into District Con
tentions and Wulmca' nominated A. F.
Knudsen for Hupcrvlior and W. O.
Crowd) for Deputy Sheriff; Kolon so
Ictlcd W. II. Mrllrydo and Henry
Dlako, I.lhno II. D. Vlshaid and Win.
Ellis, Kawulhau W. Jarvls and S. W,
Meliculu for similar ofllccs.
ilanalol reported to tho convention
at largo that tho delegates from that
district had decided upon Jus. K. Lota
for Deputy Sheriff. When It CHtno to
tho Supcrvlsoridilji It; was found that
Chas. Kuliee ami Wm. P, Untidy had
tbrno votes each and that nobody was
willing to jlold. Tho delegates there
fori) asked that tho titles ot tho wholo
Convention sctllo tho question of who
should bo tho clinic o.
After the ballots hid been counted
II wns found that Kaheo had rccolvcd
23 and lltiddy 21 tntps, which result
accordingly put tho fprmor candidate,
on tho Hcpubllcan ticket.
Tho selection of tho Couhlv Com
mittee, which (hall consist of One of
thu delegates from earn tit tun pro
duets, ttna mado by thu chairman and
tciultod In tho following gentlemen
being appointed Niltiaii, F, llrandt;
Walineu, r. (lay, Mul.uwoll, U. D.
tlatdwlii; Wahlnua, K. W. Kinney; Kn
ion, A, t, Mcl.ane; unite, u uroad
bent Kealla V U Tuple; Kllijuea, J,
L. Kdwanls. Ilnnalcl, Wm. Werner.
Looking nter tho list of nominee ,
Kauul may ho satlsllcd with tho work
ot tho delegates, but now the thing
In up to the tutors to show, at tho
election that they uphold the men they
sen to tho contention Garden Island.
HOME RULE CANDIDATE FOR DEL-
EOATE DI8COUR8ES BEFORE
ASSEMBLED HOSTS OF HIS
PARTY AT LIHUE, KAUAI
HE SAYS IMMIGRATION
TO HAWAII IS NEEDEI
CANDIDATES WERE FEW AND FAR
BETWEEN BUT THOSE NAM
ED WERE ORATEFUL TO THE
CONVENTION FOR THE HONOR
I.lhno, Kauai, Sept. 21. Tho Inde
pendent Home Rule party on Kattnl
held their County Contention nt Ka-
paa last Thursda). When the policy
to bo pursued wus dlsctisied and can
didate nominated for sumo of the ofll
ccs to bo contended for In Not ember.
At 10 ii'cIock tho time set for the
meeting, but few ot the delegates had
arrltcd hut Chas. K. Notlcy, president
of the Independent Hume Kulc party
of Hawaii, called tho meeting to order
nnd made a short speech. During the
latter Information reached tho meeting
to tho effect that the balance of the
delegates had been elehjed on th nnd
but that thy would arrive lu tho conn". 3
of nil hour or so. A motion to adjourn
until 12 o'clock was submitted In ordei
to Rita the wholo count) it chance to
lithe Intcrtal of waiting President
Notlcy entertained those present with
ti narrntltc of the doings of tho Muul
and Hawaii contentions nnd of tho
tirtltlty of the party In theso two eoun-
tics. He I old them that on both of
those islands It had been thought a
good policy rather to lento blank
ilices on the ticket than to fill them
with tvtak men. Thero wcro good men
on both sldcH cf the renee, und though
tho rules of tho party prevented It
from endorsing a man who had not
taken the oath to support It, thero wus
nothing to hinder tho members from
toting for a bood man on tho Itepub
llcan ticket if there was no Homo Utile
candidate, In tho field.
Just beforo midday Jas. K. Apollo
brought tho balance of tho members
to Kapaa. Tho thoughtful delegates
had hired a big bus nnd with It had
fetched those lltlng far off and whu
else whould hardly have attended the
It did not tako lung tlmo for the
delegates to git to work after they
unco had assembled.
Tho rules of the parly make It ob-
llgitory on thu President to open and
conduit all contentions and for Pres
ident Not ley therefore touk tho chair
and called thn meeting to order
Aftir Mr. Kaauwul had been elect-
id secretary of tho convention the pres
ident staled that It had been enntcned
or the purpose of selecting candidates
from tho midst ot tho party for tho
different Territorial und County ofllccs,
emphasizing agiln tho adtanlnga ot
lather leaving sumo of tho positions
uncontented than urging Ineapablo men
on tho voters. Ho then dulurcd nom
inations to bo lu order.
Usually thero are a lot of aspirants
on nub occasions, but this nee mod to
ho mi exception. Cindldaten seemed
uncertain nnd nominations camo bill
When nt latt no mora namei seemed
to ho forthcoming the nomination:!
were declared closed and tho follow Ipg
list adopted us embodying tho men that
tho Homo Ruin party would endeator
to elect at tho coming election:
Henator J. It, Kcolowa, Ilanalol,
Keprflscntatltes J, Moolkl, Kcka
ha; P. It. Puhl, Ilnnalcl.
ritilicrvlsurs J. K. Apollo. Kawal
hau; D. Kancilll, Ilnnalcl.
Deputy Sh?ilf llunulel, 8. Kane
wunul. Pusldent Notlcy then addressed tho
convention und said that tho firm nnd
principal endeator of tho party ought
to bo to get good nud reliable men to
Iroprcscnt tho counties us will ns their
cwn officials is In the legislature. The
latter hud a great work awaiting It.
Tho land lttws ought to ho nmended so
ns to glto over) body a right to forty
acres of good land.
Immigration would bate lo bo en
couraged as tho present population
was liiHUfllcleut when it inmo (u Inking
euro of tho cuiicflclds, which Is tho
linekbonu of tho iiiiiiitry. He told his
lirarcra nut to listen to tho iiontciue,
f tint thero tveto only two put lea In the
Stalls nud Hut they ns a third would
ham mi Handing. Thero are four nr
lvn distinct iu.rtlei on thn mainland
und all hutei lomu lulltietice and gain
for victories for Mil cause. Wanted
thn Homn liuln pirly lo light fur equul
rlkhls fur all.
Atttr the nominations worn cloned
Mr Kunealll uddrcssed llm nut ting
and thanked fur tho honor c outcried
upon him; tin would endeavor to servo
the people of hit district and the rniiu
ly ns a wholo ai well In the coming
two jears no ho had done In tho term
about to eiplro,
Mr, Keolcwa was also grateful to the
4 These nrc the candidates nom- t
f- Inatcd by the llepubllcnn Cunt en-
4 tlon of Kauai, Vote for them on
4 November iitk:
4 Senator li. A. Knudsen
4 Iteproscutalltos J. II Coney
4 C. A. Illcc. W. J hheldon J I
4 County Hhcrlff W II. filer. Jr
4 County Allornc) H. K Knto
4 County Auditor Olat OnistPtl
4 County Treasurer A. II, Kite.
County Clerk J. M Knncnkuu
4 Hilpertlsuru A. F. Ktiudsen, 4
4 Wnlmea; W. D. Mcllrjde. Ktiltu. t
4 II. 1). Wlshurd. I.lhno; V Jnttls, 4
4 Knwulhati, Chas. K. Knlur Ha- 4
4 nalcl. 4
4 Deputy Sheriffs W. f) Cmwell 4
4 Wnlmea, Henry Make. Kolnit
4 Wm. nillc. Mime; H W. Mcheuh,
4 Knwnlhati; Chis. K. I.otn, llan.i-
4 lei. 41
contention for wanting him to bo n
senator and would try to show his ap
preciation by his work.
J. IC. Apollo started In b begging
tho delegates not lo belleto tho ruinoi
tint ho wns tr)lng to oust It Puiikl
from his placo on tho Hoard of Kuper
tlsors. The latter gentleman bad ful
filled tho duties ot his tifllcc lo the rut
lifuition of nil nnd ho couldn't think
of doing such a thing
Mr. Puiikl bed withdrawn tnluntnr
lly from tho rnce, to confine hlim-ill
to his duties us mlnlsttr of thn Ana
hula congrcgitlon, nnd ho bad not
entered Into tho lontcst until this had
Lecn announced Ills district had been
stijimothcrly treated, hut ho would try
to remedy It In tho future.
Jas. MtKikl In thanking tho tiinteu
llon fur tho dlMlnctlcm conferred upo.i
him procbed worthll) to represent the
people nt the next session of thn Leglr-
latur If he Is elected. In upllo ot be
ing an etnplojeo of one of tho candi
dates for the seuatorshlp ho would
fchntr his lo)alty to the party by work
ing for the Homo ltule candidate, Keo
lcwa. K Kuncwanul was the last ot tho
grateful candidates to epics bin feel
Ingi to thu convention
It. Puuki then ended tho Count)
Contention of l'JOti of his party with
n pr.i)er, and tho delegates dispersed
to enjoy tho racial part of the pro
gram. Her Spinal Column
Sewed And Cured
New York, eit. 2. In the virtual
curing of Mrs, Klka Shutter, who has
been rescued from the complete mental
and ph)slcal piraljsls following a
doublo compound fracture of tho nplnnl
column, Delict uc physicians bclloto
they hate accomplished ono of the
moit remarkable achletcments ot mod
When Mrs. .Shutter was carried toj
iiiu nocjiiiui, Mrappcu cci a pianK, uer
lack broken ii. four places ns the re
sult ot n strest car accident list Feb
ruary, tho doaorH declaicd nhii would
bo dead In three da)s. Her brain hud
been paral)zcd and her body deprived
Hut Dr. I.uclus HotchkUs, tho splue
specialist, and Dr. floborl W. Carter
of Ilcllcvuc determined to learn If un
entirely new surgical operation would
not at lean prolong her life. Ihcy
cut Into the buck, where the lite brok
en vertebrae were found to bo pressing
upon and dislodging tho spinal cord.
Daring the spinal cord tho surgeoin
wrapped it In a entering of rubber
sheets, sowed up tho dura, cut thu
Jagged ends off tho vertebrae so that
they would no longer press ngnliiKt Hid
turd and then placed Mm. .Sinister In
u plnstcr cast, through which they cut
holes In order lo treat tho wound. Pin
ally they placed the paralyzed woman
upon a specially rondo bed ot ruhhci,
constructed ipon tho principle of n
gh'nntlc hot-water bag, Hho lay thus
for seven months,
Yesterday tho woman wns taken
from tho bed und tho plaster iast in
sho found she could speak and mute
mot cd. Her joy wns pathetic when
her hunds, body and legs,
"Tho Idea of our being ashamed of
that name!" ho exclaimed. "Don I
you know, sir, that Ilalph Waldo Cm
crtou was ono of tho greatest nnd bist
men this country ever produced? '
"Ot course I know It? Didn't I s.i)
ho was n great man? Hut If you wrrn
lu my placo how would jou 1 1 kit to
have penplo think, when they heard
uomchody calling you Itulph Waldo,
'Well, that's n mighty big iiamo for i
little, bald headed old livery citable
Keeper with n pair of ciom ejes Und ti
wait on his noko and Uwurkhanimir
for his last namo!" Youth's Com
ptinlun. Ono of the small bo)K nt n eeitaln
school whero military drill is much is
teemed has buw legs 'llm drill In
structor liked to boo things dono smart-'
ly nud was ntiuoycd lici.nn-e, this boy
lould not ellek his heols togetlur Ilka
tho rest at tho word "annul" Thn dtlll
instructor, nn cx-lnfunttnmn, Mood
this na long uh ho could, but nt bu.t
lost putlcnto ultngothcr, nnd addressed
the lad In n hoarse whisper, "Was you
over lu tho cat airy, sir?" Manchester
, V Pin Job Printing at the Bui
f -JjT ,Wciil K)M
iro uorn vmai t"v W QV
beautiful lnlr, .h'XWX VW
nthcts ncqulro LA "i't. VIX
It, but nt.no i T'IIVaVIiI
have It thrust XiYf . ' lU.il7.l
upon tho ni. uSv r'A
Tho vj who ac-' J .VV liTvV
qulro It ilo to,S NII"'! llh
for tho loostA -sJ Y I Mill 1
ntrt. by iliotfr-tfcaVVJ ' ' I '
thcro Is a roinc'y for locks thinned
liy disease, or which may lmro he
enmo jirotmturtly Btay. aut' ''at
ll.ivo you bt jour lulr? It will
restnro ft. Ilnvy.tur hair fidcil or
turned p.ri)7 It'ttlll btiue; back tho
color and filos of youth. lnrtof,
tliero Is no condition, short of abso
lute ilcstriictlon of thu rm.tj, in
which AVer's Hair Vlrjor will nut
produce luxuriant, hair.
Do not bo dccolvcd by eheip India-
ttons which will only Ilsnnailnt you.
o suro )ou f,'ct At 1.IIS Hair
frcsin'nr-J C.A;ttC.,UtU,Mi ,l'.S a.
TO MOVE TO THC STORC
AT THE COR. OF TOUT
will be In action .it the old
store until the last minute,
& Co,. Ltd.
How to Sleep Wei!
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X. OUR PRICES ARE BEDROCK m
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Coyne Furniture Co;
UNION AND HOTEL STREETS
Lacks one thing that
HicnoTMCahlo nrlnp loft iel
UI&.UVllt, UUWI IOII (
on the clothes by the
other kind of laundry
Works Co , Ltd.,
F. L. WALDflON, Agent
For Over 00 Years
hss tiecu ih1 foi iwor SIKlV
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