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r.VRMINO nULLHTIN. tlONOMM.tJ. T 1!., SATtJttnAV. SnPT. 29. 100C.
" JrKLKlY ru.'.DAfi
if 4 niMt
All I'lUllll UtUl)0t8 ot ths
Mu aiu "ii I tally Invited to at
tad nipr'n i of local lodges.
AfMONV LODGE, No. S, I. O. 0. F.
Mt ovcrr Monday evening at 7:80
ft I O. 0. r. unit, Fort street.
Ii II. HKMltY. Secretary.
C 0. HOTTED, N. fi.
All vhltlcg bro'.bers vet cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of ?,
rai-vig -vpry Auesuay eveuiuR ni
:' ociuib in t oi r. nan. izm
.WrccL VliUJug brutberg cordially Ir
tlted u nttcoa.
O. J WHITKHRAD, C.C.
P. WALDIION, K.U.9.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. ot P.
Meets sver7 Friday r.Tenlrx t
K. P. Hall, Kind street, at 7:30. Mem
l'Crj o! Mystic Lod e, No. :, IVra, Ale
Kloley Lodgn. No. 8, and vlitUtig
tioUicro cordially lnvilfd.
' A. O. 1JOND. C. 0.
A. S. KKNWAY, K.I1.8.
HONOLULU LODGE Sit), D. P. 0. C.
Honolulu I.odgo No. 616, D. P. 0. H.
will meet lu their ball, m Mlllr
snd Dtrvtanla ttrceti, every Frldny
By order of the rj n.
IIAJIRY II SIMPSON,
n. E. MURRAY, CR.
Wm. M'KINLEY LOOQL. Na. 8, K.oi P.
Keets every Saturday evcnlcs t
T:iO oMock In K. ot 1. Hall. King
s'.rseL Visiting brotbera cordially In
wtt-J to SLiud.
M. JI. JOHNSON. CO.
E. A. JACOHSON, K.ILrl.
HONOLULU AERIE 1W F. 0. C.
Uet9 on llio .'nd and ttn WCUXKP '
QKX cvnlnss nt eacli month nt 7 30 ,
tclojk In K. of V. Hall, King stryt
VlMtln; Eaglvj are Incited tc ot
0AM McKRAC.IE. W.P.
H. T MOOItU. W. P."-J.
HAVAII CHAfTEn Ma. l70HDER OF j
Mert very flti rnJ third TUBUS
DAY of full, uiimn in Fraternity Hall,
Odd FUn' li'iHillng. Fort street, at
7:30 o'clock p m. A full sttrsdat'cc
Is desired at every mc tiug.
TMn:;-!len cf 8v.rt.
HAWAIIAr. TRIDT N. 1, I. 0. K W
Meet evry itm and f(lnr
'51UD.VT of a-b month In I. O. C. F.
Visiting li-olbers cordlsHr InIltd to
v.' r r.AKR. Sacbcm.
A v MURPHY, C, of R.
A Sup'-flo- Ll"ht to all ethers.
Accvtlene Cm is superior In Quality,
aiid cheHanita radiates less heat, vitl-
KV--'.U- -1- !.- ...J I.M- MM l.llltt. I
v,n.-. tire , - , ,,. .w ...juxHu-
ftflect on the eyes.
f: For i.irther part!i-lars Inquire it
(jthe oBSee. ' I
y.' Also Calc'um Carb'.ds of all sizes, hi I
Wrvms and small cam, lor eenorator
" and .Automobile Limps nil all sUei
-.fliiri .jradea of Gat Mantlet and Gas
Washingion Liglii Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE. Manauer.
- .! ..vB3h:.s--
Et' Telephonu Main 145. 143 Merchant Gt.
to your store every day if you keep
the delivery wagon well painted and
Don't lose this business but
bilng your wzgon herb v.hen It needs
attrntlon and we'll attend to it at a
42Z QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P, O. BOX 193.
C. Wi ZEIGLER Manager
Fins' Job Printing at the Dullctln,
THS, PEER I
Tlvc Old Blend
III 111 ILKfcT.
ln!T . OITTlfa
Whito liorao Cellar.
Belotf m hlctl pricr-1 V7hlitfy nan? ,-irt ki It
ir iV.it 161 Mil Snotlir- l-nwl.
I MACKIE ft COy. DIsmUT.S LTD.,
I8LAY, CLCNL1VCT. AND GLA8GOW.
1 H'OFFSCHLAEGER CO.,
KING AND tJETMEL STREETS
' KAIMUKI HEIGHTS,
ANY TIME r5Cg
' jpl?- EVERY
E A V '
HAWAIIAN GRASS HUTQI
OPEN-AIR SKATING RINK!
ANIMALB, DIRD3, ETC., ET.C.I
DONT MICO A GOOD TIME1
Tel. Main l3
Oiil and Belser
Grading, Paving, Teaming,
Olack and Vluts Sand and Soil
office and yard .
....south &. kwaiahao sts:
'Phone fViain 4S7
YOU GET THE
can be cl.ta i.ed by telephoning
and ordering you, clothes pressed
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
MJUANt' &T ror. HOTCL and KING.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 TORT OTREET.
c FINE o
o AT o .
FINE SUITS FROM $15 UP.
made In up-to-date
HOTEL opp. BISHOP ST.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER' 1'IAN') COMPANY.
150 AND 153 HOTEL STREET,
Opposite Young Hotel.
Clcthcs Cleaned nri Pressed hy the
HONOLULU RENOVATING CO.,
J, J. Fern, Manager,
RIciiaMt. near Queen St. All tele
phone mettuges promptly attended to.
We call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
1 Is kept on file at E.
THIS PAPER! C. DAKE'S ADVER-
1 T I S I N G AGENCY,
124 8ansome. St., San Francisco, Cal.,
where contracts for advertising can
be made for IL
Everlng Bulletin 75(5 P month.
i M Whla
ii StfUi it j
' ANB BEKEBAL
i Don't try to bo a clerk In your own
' store or an otfleo boy In your Own
, efficc. Uts a Uulletln Want Ad.
I The Olobe sells It cheaper.
I Amos for litre at Tor Stables
I Ooii t miss Sachs' oil today. II will
i Don't forget tlii" lilg dance nt tlie &e.i- y
ride tonight. , 5
t luriusuiM tlHIHbt 111 lQ i.mirt-
illlu strct In for rent.
(luges Kail pattern hats will be open ,
I Monday murniiig ut Sachs Dry (loods
I Co. i
' Through passengers per S. 8. Mon-
illa are requested to cull nt the of
mo of U. HogkfoM & Co.
I Remember thst 111'-' Kiiwnlhao (uin-
id clnb plays (omutrow afternoon unit
evening at the Jlou-ilil.- Ilotil.
Queeit Vllluokalnnt returned In Hie
t'lnnii lhl fotenoon, after having civ
Jbyeil a short. S'ny on Maul.,
W. ItotH returned today from Maul,
Wlicru lie defeatid Mr. KrutnUlnnr.
Mbc .Maul eimla chuiiiplon, a fi.'W da) J
' Amlstuut Tieasurtir Henry llapal
irturncil toioy from Hllo, wliwi- ho
ihiB spent several weeks at hi Tamlly
I.MT5. J. 1 . u. llllKniB ua ut.-t.-u tut;
Xiient of honor at n luncheon i;lcn b i
Admiral and Mrs. 'Lyon at Ataie Is-1
I Iind Comiiilssloner l'rnit v.n
among the arrivals In the Klnitu thin
lorenoon. Ho whb accompanied uy
! l.'.i wife and 'tfn.
I t'. 8. District Attorney llreckons
(n'tiirni'il this morning on tlio Kinait
fiom n trip to Maul, nhero ho went
on lemil bualnoits.
If iart who took .the Panama bat :
hum llio ilaMilian hotel r.tel: Iiim
i veiling tetunii Mtma to this office no
liiLiilima will be jinked. ;
I Mrs. J. P. C. llagens was the Ki""t i
!oi honor ut a luncheon glen oy -Mitt
llnrthu Young at Ilosocresl. Ojklaml.
.Also a slotting pait -u Idtna poit:.
I or eorrect styjou for I an, ft uagi
p.ittern hats. 'ibe will ho oil cxlilii!
I Mun ami sale M"rn! ly inorulac at rtarlin
; Urj (ioiHl i Vo.
Tho Loaguo players of the Ilia-
iii'icd Head Club will play tlio'WInti-r
I I.caguo team of tlio snmo chili n gamo
in liaHebnll at S:M o'clock Ibis nfiei-
i Clio disaster was canted h' a dene
fo- nn account of winch the Oregon i
w.1 4 three mlle3 out ot her course. For,
the past six )iai tho Oregon has beeu
in Hit) llelulng trails.
Tlu forvcloatiri' ialo or 3 shaie
nf -lock of Mui'iarlane & Co.. In nc
coulanco : h a dccico entered In
tnt case ot J. J. Nowcomb vs. II. It.
Mncfarlano litis been poetpoucd.
t'bo llrlllsli ship Waldtu Abbey,
which arrived at Kan Fraiiclscn on tb,o
lJtli. llilas out lrom Uindon, lepnrt.
crt rassftig lloatln.-s Island of tco SUU
litt high and a uillo long on her toy
uge. Ihe now steamer W. fl. Potter, which
(a ha,iiiIIu i.iinhnaail lis I lift l rs t lli
,-;i.e will bo used In the iia.jcngcr .ma
i It 19 icponeu irom Buiuue uiai inc
ifteimcr Oicgon, whlrh weiil nsboro on
j the rocks near Cupe HlnchlnUiiiolc mi i
ihu iim. Is u toml wreck. She wui,
ni.nt.d,.nr,l l.v l...r rrmv and iiassea-
r... t'li., itwI'h lack wns broken
.iud she was llllcd with watr to th.'
.. ...,.i .,-,. Ti.n nMnnnr n,i,i
cicw wcro rcmied by tho llghthoiuc
. . . ... m
tender Columbine nnd cairicd to vai -
Waihlnnton. Ses.t. 15. The contract
ors' trial of tho California- will tnko
place about Oilober Irl In nccoi(lnni.c
with, u reiiuest to that effect from tile
Union Iron Works and rceommemhi
i tons of the naval couutruclor on duty
l at tho plant. Tho imii.il Dual trial will
'probably take place a limit tho Iki ot
1 November, being conducted by u hoard
I of nltlcuiB Krleclcd from among thoso
I Ml duty on the I'ailllu Ciutt
5 1.0(1 Uuford to liclp Sheridan. '
The transport lluford, which canto in
fiom Slldwny ycsteiilay. goeh out to
j Darter's Point this af lei noun to sunn
by the Shtrldan until things nro in
1 ro?dlucss to try lu pull iho wieckvd
vessel off tho lochs, when tho lluloril
will tike p.irt In Iho pulling.
No chniigu In umdltlouu nt tho neiic
ot th Hi muling off tho trausport hi,:
Tho lwalunl cimo lul
Hum Uarbei'H Point ycsio'iduy .iftci
noun towing tho water t,cow. She ro
lurncd with it last cu'iilng. Tin ilnni
gl life r.ilts wcio alw lirought In
..ecu bumped agulusi cm Ii' other lu thd
MESSAGE TO ANEGAWA
(Continued from Page 1)
tiny warning whatever.- Wo nil
thought that sho had slmjil) gone oft
:Lo harbor u mile or two In order not
to anchor lu a dangerous portion,
und that she would return In tho
morning Instead of this, when duj
light came she had disappeared, it
wan as dastardly a ti lei: as ono could
"Wlillc f wtre ashore-nt Midway
wc had the best of "everything. Ilu
cablo people gave up their quarters
nnd treutcd us In tho very finest way
toislble. Tho proilslona were taken
olt from tho Mongolia and included
all that nnyono could ask. Ico, fresh
mats and other things of this variety
noro plenty. What muio could one
"Tho officers and crow of the Mon
golln ilesrne all mauuer ot pralso nml
I v1hIi that thcro wns somo wax of
uliuwlng our npprcclet'on of the kind
nouses shown to us. In the same way,
on the lluford, everything possible
was done for us Cnplnlu Heldt was
most courteous In every way. Ho Is
a Quo fellow and wo all lllso him.
There aro only one or two who wore
on tho ship who wero not satisfied,
nnd you will UueU when I toll jou
pat they wcro traveling on passes.
irtl-vSoL S' Ola ?I 1T.0- Vuhi ' "" ",r '''-rf(! "t njekets nnd other
leu 1O00- Vnlnalu "1 uoo'- o"'0.' ' atwof "W1'"' tbo iclaris sky. with
!,iu,Sl.sr.7: I.-iupViliobrK.J'.',SOilj Ho- , Hawaiian music will furnish u i f,ltlng
Do I Need
'. No, I don't need 'em,
'eajse I can't read, If I
could read I'd (jet glasses
lure, I'd no to
A. N.Sanford, IF
MONUMENTS, UAFES, IRON FENCE,
HAWAIIAN IRON FfcNCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG DLDG.. 176-103 KING STREET. PHONE 287.
Several Candidates Make
With fireworks nuj music and
spcoche'j galorn the llcpublleans will
tonight open their innipalgn with a
meeting at A. M Park. Eh
make It n fhlnli'i: imi-cs. Two big
tli'e'i.blltltl.in on the stump.
'A. (I. AI. Kobirlpiin will preside. The
following v 111 he tho Hiioakern. I'. K.
t'liilll ',.'.. .iln uud V. t). Smith, citndl
"""" ' :."'""". ." '"" "
! U. ua.l. 0. Ii WUinn, jo cpu ivuinoa
IC.A. C. Lunff. A. 8. Knlclo-iu. Jolm
"! . J- " sj- Knleo: :i 1 .
..liuiilales for ItiMiii'senlullM :
' V"ar' a',!'; H'Blit nnd Chas. Hustace,
ft .nti,llfl,ilii, Ir.H UntifiM l-lirt tV. ll
i" ' ..i.v.. ........
lluirln, (aiidldiio for Supcrvlsor-at
large; A. JI. lliown, candidate for Sher
iff; .1. ,W. Cilheart, caiidld.lto for Coun
ly Allot ney; F. T. P. Waterhouse, enn
dldato for Trc.isurer; .las, lllckuell,
cnndldato for Auditor: I). Kulauoka
lanl, Jr., candhlule for Clerk; and
Henry C. Vlda, randldntn for Deputy
An Interesting featuio of the meeting
Is tho fait thai scleral of the candi
date!, will on this occasion make their
first ajipciram c on the pulltlut ros
trum. Among tin ate are Chas. r. I'hll
lingwnnliniid E. A. C". Img, who, how
ever, as nttiuuc)s can ho lie expcitud
to bo Immune (rum elugcfrjghl; A. V.
Oar, Clins. Ilostacp, Jr., nnd A. 1).
Castro, who showed oratorical ublllt
ut tho lamoim lldlilnwin muctltig of
Tonight niiulfccr Itcpubllcan meeting
"vl" '' 1C''' ut Walalna, whero Senator
illt.'UUUii'il win stiuiK, null iiuv.iuiy
oihi'rti of the i-aiidhial-js who nio nut to
appi-jr nt Aiilu Park.
VsilM Lt)b AillLLllL J LUaII
The Chlnmo Atl-'ftle Club will t'vi;
n In tn lomoiiow at i p. m. lo iclebratu
their winning ot tho championship of
tho KlicrMilo l.agut. Then goud work
for the Hi-i ,ori In biseball wiia enUrd
hist Sundi) when they won the chum
plouship fiom the pnhimns In u tlnse
and cxciuui: u.'-:- invitiitious or u
most novel design have been Issued mid
the iilobi illnu will be Hold nt MrB.
Ayuu'H rcStili'iiir on Aala lauu ot this
illy hi 'i p in tiimormw A gcod time
U sure to In- li.ii! in nil who iltcnU
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
If there's a more delight1
ful place than
it hasn't been put on
Why not go down there to
morrow? St, Clair Bidgood.
H It NH
i iii.plaltlA nlii iiial.i II.. . i. Ill mtil.n f hit
ii.,,,,.. uMcuKiuuiiu I or uc riiriunvui imuin u
Lives of the Queen's
' Of England
FROM THE NORMAN CONQUEST.
Compiled from official records and
other authentic documents, private as
well as public, by Agnes Strickland,
with a biographical Introduction by
John Foiter Kirk, In sixteen vol
umes with about one hundred hand
colored rare plates.
The Imperial Edition, limited to
1000 numbered copies, bound In Im
ported English buckram, $5.00 per
volume. Thcro are other finer bind
ings Including the Royal Edition,
tGO.OO per volume and the Alexandra
Edition, $100.00 per volume. To be
hod on easy Installments of $5.00
monthly and upwardc.
i, 0. Lyon Go.
FORT AND HOTEL 8TREET8
Buys Into HawaiianPaper
To Use in Local
Articles of Incorporation wcro tiled
yesterday lu the olllio of tho Ti (usurer
of tho 'Icirltoty for tho Aloha Aina
Company, Ltd, Tho lumpany, In whlcn
Col Curtis laukcn Is one ot tho prin
cipal stockholders, Is formed fur tho
pin pose ot taking over the Hunnlhiii
newspaper kiuwii as tho Ke Alohu
Alua. The following directors arc
named: Emma A. Nnwnhl, Frank I-
llarvey. CurtU P. laukcu, John It.
Prcndergutt and E. I.. Like.
Mrs. Nan uh! Is named ns president.
Col. laukea us HealTtircr und John K.
Pienilcrgnst 34 treasurer. The exact
amount of slock which each of the ill-
lectors holds Is veiled by tho attlclcs
which state of tho "GOO shares at C-!
uplete, the present owners tiro paid
'Jluii for tlio paper, thus having only
ono shire apiece for tho other Incor
poiiiiors. The paper will tioiv without doubt
swiUh lu politics und wilt change finu;
being Hid part) urgnti of the Home
Killers to ho tho olUclnt organ of the
Democratic party in tho city among
iho Hawaiian), while tho contest for
thl position umong the huolc papers
Is being blitorly fought for.
Tho Ko Aloha Alua was founded by
tlio late Jobcph Nawahl, who was deep
ly Illicit-tied In tho Homo Utile move
ment, mid sluto his ileat 1 has been
edited and managed by his widow, who
will Mill retain tlio principal owner
ship nnd management of the paper.
Additional Cable News on Page 2.
STORM'3 DESTRUCTIVE WORK
PeiiBiicola. Sept. 8. At tho height
of tho gale the wind blow- nt tho rate
of ninety liilli-t an hour. Tho tide
barked Inlo the city for soveral blocks,
iluitiojliig lioutcs und mayliig rivers
of the otrcctil. Dmlng tho gale u lire
Elmtfil tint was imitrolled utter un
hour's work. Six vessels and thirty
flslilng boats wcio driven ashore. Tho
waterfront Is strewn with wreckage
lor ten miles. Hie damage amounts to
live millions of dullars. Miles of rail
way me destroyed uud wires uio down.
It Is feared that ,tho warships nt Iho
navy yard havo been damaged.
MANY WERE KILLED
Mobile. Sept 28. The lo:a of llfo
hero from tho ;iroit sloini Is 75. Five
Ltlioubnud homes aro damaged. Tho ml-
Iltl.i Is In (oul)ol. I hero Is a shoitugu
of supplies; on iircuuul (if thu ilesttili
tlou of the tiaiispoilution Hues. Uus
luess Is MiBpcnili.il,
TAPT IN CONTROL
Havana, Sept. 28. Sccictary Tafl'n
piocluiuallon establishing it provisional
government for Cuba nml nssiimlug thu
governorship, will bo Irsurd today.
Twenty-lit u U. 8. murlnoj nro gum Jln
tho Cuban treasury uud more nro to bo
lauded ut ouio
CASTRO IS ILL
Cuif.caa, Sept. 28. President Castro
Remember Ihnt u. special dinner will
bo hi r veil nt the KeauliloTJit Suyday,
Tho Weekly Edition of the Evening
Dullctln gives a complcto summary of
tho news ot tbo day. For SI y")
WOODS mis M
To His Parly
Palmer P. Woods alo crow last
night. At tho conference held at
Wnverlcy Hall between the Demo
cratic Central Commltteo and thf
nominees ot the party, tho Democrat
nf Hawaii swallowed the whole. bird,
leathers and nil. He tried to took as
If ho liked It.
Woods was on tho carpet on ac
count of tho statements ho had uiado
In reference to tho situation on Ha
waii and the slim chances of the Hem-
cirattc candidates on that Island. Ills
statement that tho IJemocratB could
not muster twclvo votes on Hawaii
was a anec In i cause of grievance to
the party, and there wns n prevailing
notion that Senator Woods would
lime to bo dlschil ncd In KOino way,
Evidently Woods was somewhat of
tho same opinion, for he made no
bones about eating his words, lip
iiwnlluwcd them nil. without oven ma'
king n faco over It. Ho wns sorry ho
bad paid vtliat ho did say. and It
wasn't true, anyway. Ho felt an cs
icclal friendliness for Mr. McClana
ban. nnd he would do all In his power
In furtheranco ot tho candidacy of
that nominee. Furthermore, he would
bo good In tho future and nover inako
tiny more bad breaks.
Whereupon tlio Democrats received
him back Inlo fellowship ngaln and
gave him three cheers for retracting
Poss blv Woods didn't come to the
meeting with his rettnctlou an writ
ten out nnd In his pocket, ready to bo
delivered to tho committee. Hut when
bu'tind McClanahan retired from tho
room to consult, they wcro gone only
nbout fifteen minutes, nnd returned
with two sheets of tpcwrlttcn state
ment. Pretty ipilclt work that.
Mr. Kinney, as chairman of ho old
committee, cnlled the meeting to or
der, Mr, Kmmcltith acting as tempor
al v secretary. Tho meeting was call
ed to order Bomcwhat.late-on account
of a fliiorum not being present at
7:30. tho time set.
Tho secretary" called tlio roll nnd
rnnuiiiKcd that u quorum was pres
ent. Organization of Committee
Temporary Chalrmnn Kinney asked
for nominations for permanent chair
man. It was moved and seconded that
Kinney bo permanent chairman, mid
lit! wns chnxcii unanimously, limine
lulli was selected us permanent sec
retary, and F. It. Harvey vlco chair
man. Mr. rrowlcrcast wuk ciccicu
nrslstunt nccrctnry ot tho committee,
For treasurer Mr. Trent wan select'
cd. Ho Is not n member of the Cen
tral Commltteo, hut this wnssfcit con
tddercd n bar to bis acting atWrcasur
cr, thu chairman so ruling.
Woods on the Carpet
Under tho head of new business,
Kmmcliith said that upon request of
the chairman, he had written ii letter
to Hun. Palmer P. Woods, a copy of
which ho read. Tho letter stated that
Woods waB requested to-bo present at
the meeting nt 7:30 last night to ills
cuhs llio Ictfcr of Mr. McClanahan.
Tlio chairman stated that In tho In
terests of harmony and fnlr play, ho
hoped the matter could bo conducted
Informnlly, nnd naked Mr. Woods to
muko what explanation ho might find
Woods took the llnor nnd said:,
"I admit I havo read tho complaint
ot Mr. MtClannliaii that I havo given
nil Interview which wns detrimental
to some or tho candidates. I will say
that ns n National Committeeman I
hnio nttended this meeting In tho In
terests of our narty." As to my expla
nations, nil I can say Is that I linvo
expressed It In ono ot tho dally pa
pers." It. lloicrley Kldd said ho would
llko somo luriirmutloii. Ho bald ho
r.npposed Woods had reference to.part
of nn Interview lu tho paper ho repre
sented. Thcio wovo some other mat
trs In tho Interview not relevant.
Only a Family Row '
Kinney ealdlila idea was to conduct
tho matter Informally, as If tho meet
ing wcio u family nffalr.
WoodB agreed wllh him. ivinnoy
nalil: "You mean till right, Woods,
but you will admit that wnni jou
raid was not calculated to help some
'or our canuuuiieHi
-r will j;o faithcr than that," said
I'rtAilu "II wna tuirhnnn n llttlo In.
consistent In mo lo mako-somu ut the
utaicnfents I made." ,.
"Do you mean," asked Kinney, "that
ou can muster only twelve voters on
Kldd objcccil that Woods ought
not to ho put (in tho grill and uues
tinned about matlois other than thubO
fieri cd to by McClanahan.
Kinney said ho would llku to con
duct thu liivcsllgailoii lu a family
maimer und would like lo ask Mr,
Woods a few question und setllo ths
matter right there.
"Do you really feel, Senator Woods,
that our .(iinilldalo can curry only
twrlvo voles In tho Kohnln district?"
Mr, Rhodes hud r.u Inning, "What
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For Want Column See Page Six
furnished cottage at 1255 l.unalllo St.
Inqitlio on premises. 3500 tt
A Panama hat was taken, by mistake,
fiom Hnwii, Hotel 'last evening.
Kindly return to this otllco, 3500-tf
MM CANAL MODEL
The first model of tho Panama Ca
nal ever shown In this city Is now on
exhibition nt the Sachs Dry Cltmils
Co. This cannl, that will connect tho
At ant c nnd Pacific oceans, Is of par
ticular Importance to the Islands, and
fiom studying this model ono is nbio
to learn much of tho vast undertak
ing and the country through which It
If to he built. The model Is ten feet
I'y.lnur, mndo of papier macho, and
I: plainly shows the contour of tho
tountry In the vicinity of tho cnnal.
This Is particularly true as regards
Ihe surrounding mountains and water
Willi tho completion of tbo Pnnama
Canal one of tho greatest steps ever
niadd for maritime Interests In tho
world's history will have been taken.
Panama will undergo changes re
markable for their vastness nnd por
tions well Informed ns to thesa
changes will find pioflnbtc itto for
This Interesting and Instructive
Pnnnma Canal model, shown nt
Sachs, will assist ono greatly In ac
(miring this knowledge. It Is to be
given away In n voting contest to'thn
most popular school, fraternal order
or Institution. Particulars as regards
rules of Ibis voting contest will bo an
NEW - TO-DAY
HAVE YOU A, SEWING MACHINE?
We buy, sell, exchange and repair
tewing machines and parts.
CRANE S. 8PENCER SEWING MA
TELEPHONE MAIN 494.
108 N. KING ST. P. 0. BOX 549.
TO PAS8ENGERS 8. 8. MONGOLIA.
All through passongcrs per 8. 8.
MONtlOI.IA will plcasu (all at tho of
flco of tho undersigned Agents on
Monday, October 1st, at 10 o'clock
II. HACKFKI.D & COMPANY,
Agents, Pacific Mall H. 8. Co.
Honolulu, T, II., September 2'Jth,
NOTICE TO CREDITOR3.
ESTATE OF EMMA METCALF
Tlio undersigned, Alice Mclcalf, hav- '
lug been appointed executrix of tho
wilt of JCtnmii Mctculf Ikalkn, lato of
Kalaupnpa, Molokal, decrnscd, here
by gives nollcu to nil creditors of Iho
i.ald Emma Metc.ilf Ikalkn, to present
their claims, duly authenticated, itfil
with proper vouchers. If nuy exist,
even If the claim is secured by moil
gage upon real estate, lo llio tald exe
cutrix ut tho olllcc of Thompson &.
demons, S-10 Campbell Dlock, Hono
lulu, Onliu, within blx moullis of Iho
dnte ot tlio llrst publication of this
notice or they will bo forever barred.
Dated Honolulu, September -7th.
Executrix, Will of Emma Mctcalf
3500 Sept. I!!); Oct. 6, 13, '10, 27.
Territory of Hawaii )
Island of Oahu )
THE REAL EXPLANATION OF
TWO KINDS. J ' '
IN THE CA8E OF
MADE TO ORDER
READY TO WEAR.
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore the public at large that
there are TWO KIND8 of
clothing, namely: "Made to
Order" and "Ready to Wear,"
and there Is all the difference
In the world between the two.
The reaso you have worn
Ready to Wear Clothing here
toforeIt was a 7 of price;
but now, since we are making
clothes to your Individual
measure that give satisfaction,
for the same price ac you pay
for ready to wear clothes that
can't give your money's
worth. Say, It Is about time
you would get Wlte and get
Your Money's Worth,
MADE TO ORDER
QUALITY AND FIT.
No'Jnlngt to Compare Them
with In This Town,
Geo. A. Marital
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