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All visiting members of tbs
order aro cordlalljr Invited to at
tend meeting! of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. I, I. 0.
Meeti every Monday evening at 7:30
In I. O. O F. Han. Fort street,
B. II. HKNDRY. Secretary.
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All vliltlrg bro'bera very cordially
MYSTIC LODOE, No. 2, K. f P.
Meets nvery Tuesday evening at
T:tO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, K'lir
street Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
F. WALDRON, K.R3.
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. af P.
lfaU every Friday cvenlrg at
K. P. Hall, Klnir atrect, at 7:30. Mem
bars of Mystic Loclje, No. 2, Wm. Mc
Haley Lodgo. No. 8, and visiting
brother cordially Invited.
A. D. BOND, C. 0.
A. 8. KENWAT, KR.I.
HONOLULU LODOE 81C, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge- No. 816, D. P. O. H
wOl meet In their hall, m Miller
and Beretanla streets, every Friday
By order ot the E. n.
HARRY H. SIMPSON,
H. B. MURRAT, B.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LCDQE No. I, K.tt P.
Meets every Raturday evening at
F:0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
street Visiting brothers cordially Id-fit-
M. M. JOHNSON. C.C.
E. A. JACODSON, K.RS.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. R.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WCDNUB
CiAY evenings ot each month at 7:30
o clock In K. of P. Hall, King street
Visiting Ragles aro lnlted tr at
BAM McKRAOQE. W.P.
II. T. MOORR, W. Bocy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Meet awry seennd and fourth
miDAY ot each month In I. 0. C. F
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E MURPHY, C. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. &3, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month nt San Anlnnio
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially In
vtrfd to attend.
T. F. McTlOHE. Pros.
B. V. TODD. Secy.
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LOCAL ANI IENEIAL
There are ALWAYS people
want to buy dog or bird and
read the Bulletin Want Ad.
Ttwt nlnhn llft If rhftftnur.
Your procor sells Pol ilreakfast Food j
Tho Italian cruiser DoriII Is hi mm
Mrs. C lngmnlr nrrheil in tlm
Klnau this mnrnlnR.
Cnptnln John Rom iik n putseiiRei
nrrhlnK on tho Klnnu
Dr. W 1- Mooronml Mrs Mooro werci
nrrUnls on tho Kinnit Indn)
Miss M 11(1 sen mnl Miss R. 8 Hmllli
nrrlrd this mornliiK on the Klnau
A l.lljcrcHito Ir rtitluishstlcall) sup
portliiK the straight Itcpiilill'-.iii llrkC
MNm Mrl'nwcn, a cucst nt the
Younc, nlll entertain frlcmls I'rlilny
Arc joii looking for n home? Rent or
buy The Wnterliousc Trust Co nil
Col. 8am Parker, artonipmlcil li)
Mrs Parker, rnmo In on tho Klnnu thU
mornlnt; from Mnni
Mrs Ed llcrrlck, a puest nt tho
Young Hotel, has Issued runts fur n
cIiikc next Thursih) evening.
Thr Hn,phon Club smoker will hi
put oil unlit November 10, bec.iusp nt
pollllrnl nnd otlur nieetlngs.
The schooner Defender nrrhed at
San rranclsen October 17, twenty dajs
from Itnnnlpu, wllh a cnrRo of siiKiir
Do joii know nh.it Hcnnln Is? It 1st
the most delicious Ice crc.Mii "or
inidc Manufactured nnd soli) onlj b)
tho I'co'ile'n Store, ProRrcss block.
The public H cordially hulled I" nl
ImicI the Benlcp of the Oospel Mission
this ecnltiR nt 7 "0 In the hall on Tort
tlrcct, ncarl) opposite the Club Stibles.
AiiRiist Ahrcns, former tnminRer of
I Wal-innc nnd of Oihu plnnlnllons, li.irf
I Mine to Ciilu In lnestlRnto tho siiRiir
i plnnlinR chances there.
Tho Parltlc Mall stenmiT Alcoa
v. lik'h Is due to nrrhc todaj en route i
to the Orient from San rrnnclfcro, lr'
(iiroliiR ln.OOO tona of frelclit.
Sachs' halo of Dnmc'stlcti, beRlnnlnR
Monday mornltiR at 8 o'clock, affordH
n Brand opportunity to sicurc ccry
da) necessities nt great money-saving
Tho steamship Rntcrprlse, v.hlch
sailed from San Francisco last Sat
urday with tho tiiR Cnunsclmnn In ton
should arrive tomorrow.
Twcno-thrca for high prices. U. Se
lomoto's new gents' furnishing store,
nt 2i Hotel street, will dress you well
nnd st.llshly for half tho monc you
Tho following BURitr is rcpoiled on
Hawaii; Olin. JlR.r.Od' Wnlnnea. 10.-
000; Walnaku. IS, COO; Onomen, 8125;
llakalau. ri.B 7; llonokaa, GOO; Kukul
hacle, 1525; Hontiapo, 531.
Tho Catholic Church of sr.'John the
Daptlst, Knllhlwnena, In chargo of Rev
Father Clement. Tomorrow, October
:s, 8. .10 a. m., high muss, sermon, 10I
lectlon, Sunday school, 1pm. Rosary
James 8 McCandlcss wjllJcuvQ on
No ember 2 for Portland, Ore, where
ho will ofllclato as best man at the
marriage of It. I.co Ilarnes a nephew
of his brother, John A. McCandlc&s
In Miss Minnie flctz on November 1U.
J. K. Nakll.i was nrrcsted this morn
Ing on a warrant nnorn out l his
wife iharRlng him with assault ami Ual
tcry. Ho appeared before Judge Whit-1
lie this morning and wns sentenced!
to pay a lino of SIS. together with the
costs, amounting to 13 inoio,
A ncn he icon is being erected il
Hil'i h the l.lghthmiKO Hoard It will
consist of a monuments: feet In height
on tho top of which will ho u lantern
A 60-foot steel mast Is alo to he erect
ed ut Pcneckro and a 3J-fool must nt
The name of tho lug Charles Couiicel
man. which is on the way to Honolulu
to replico the Fearless, nnd which
bhould nrrhe about tomorrow, has been
changed to tho Intrepid by permission
of tho Commissioner of Navigation
Captain II I) Seiko has been appoint
id master of the Intrepid.
Is oiir hair falling out, scalp Itchy
nnd covered with ilanUruft'7 Ver plcih
ant. isn't it? Don't you think )ou might
prollt h tho experience of thousands
nnd thouxnnds of peoplo who lno been
troubled Just as ou arc nnd Ikuu been
completelj Hired with Newbro's llcrpl
cidc. Sold by Hollislcr iirug Co
'Hie Republican meeting nt Nlolnpa
latt night was, according to the recol
lection of the Kamaalnns, the largest
one cer held there A. K. Keao ofli
elated ns chairman nnd J. K. Kanepuu
und St. Plianala uclcd as Interpreter
'I lie miishnl part of tho program wah
handled b dipt, gam Johnfaon'H glee
A mills man of the town made up
bis mind to nssunio th rcsponslbll
Hies of matrimony, so ho went to Dlclz
end got a ring on the Installment plan
then ho got married, sent his wlfo to
the Coast, and followed her himself
without tlic formality of mijlng mij
thing to the Jeweler Dletz hopes to
get the young man's father to malic
good his loss
First M R Church, located corner
Derctanla and Miller stiects John W.
JVadman, pastor Services tomorrow ns
follows 10 a m , Sunday school and
tdillt Illble classes. 11 a m , public
norahln Tho pastor pi caches Sub
ject "Imons from an Old Portrait '
C.30 p in , Kpworth League for Vount,'
People and their friends 7 p ni , pub-
lie Worship Pastor sppuks on "What
I Is Ufa'" Tho public is cordially Invlt-
llio tcrvlcn ot Dr, Huidilor ut Centrul
Union Church will closa with October.
' At both U u. in, and 71,10 p m. ho will
preach, the morning topic being '"I ht
'Unlit by lh Lake Shore," unit the
evening milijmt 'Kilimlslilp," Tiruiu
, will li sputlal iniiilu at mh i)ivUun
HiiimU)' ndiiml us iiiuiil n 0 is u, m,
Inml (ilirUtluu Umli'itMir muuhIhr ut
jfi HO P in A hraily hvlnllm h r
h piltii in Ktniiiiiir uii lliu miliu kwi.
of the next few days will be apt to
try your eyes. Poor lights are often
blamed for annoyances due to poor
eyes or poor eye-glasses
Good glasses, properly fitted, OUR
KIND, will aid you to see right, read
right, and vote right.
A. N. SANFORD,
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HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WCRK8.
NEXT TO VCIUNQ BLDG. 176-180 KINO STREET. PHONE M7.
CROWD AGAINST RUEF
Snn rrnnclKro, October 20 Severn!
thoiiK.iiul peoplo surrounded tho com I
Uoiifco loilay whllo tho proreedlngs
ngalnst County Attorney l.ingdon were
under vnj Kitty policemen In plain
clothes mmmnmlcil hj Chief Dlnanf
wcro present. Two hundred spcctuloia
were ejedrd from the court room. Abo
Rucf whs present, guarded by detec
tives He was hissed b the crowd nnd
Hencv and Unngdon were cheered. The
pioreeillngH were iiintliiiieil until ntxt
METCALF TO INVESTIGATE
Washington. Oct. 20 President
IlixiNiurl! han.orilered S"rielnr Mct-
calf to San rianc,lcei to Investigate tho
CANS VS. HERMAN
C'hlrigo, () t JO (Inns nnd Herman
Inve slgneil tirfiRlic. bclor tlic nun hiiU'
tcilbliu ll'c lilgsl purse
Warsaw, Oil -- Tlirin terrorlsta
h.ivo been cMiutcd here and loO ur
rcilid EDWARD MAY FROM COAST
'I he bark IMwanl Ma arrived es
Icrday iifternoon from tho Coist after
a good passage of II dajs The voj
ago was uneventful, fair weather being
cnlojcd nil the way from the Coast
Tho hark lulngs a general targe),
vnlutd nt 51fiS inrt of which Is foi
l!leelo nml Makawcli It consists of
ennned goods, feedstuff, tilled ha, ills-
tlllatc, coal oil, fertllUer, powiler, rail
load tics mid hirdwarc After dis
charging here. Ilm vessel will go to Klo
do and Maknwivll, proceeding from
Ihero to Mahukoni, vvhero she vvlll load
uugar for the t'oist.
Tho iirmj tug Slociim, which sills
today from Knn I'rantlsco foi Hono
lulu to take the Slicrlil'in butt In llio
Coist, bus reunll) undergono a gen
eral overhauling She has had two
..n... t.htnii out 111 Im Iwlttlllll II lieW '
stern post has In en placed In position
mnl she bus a new hlgh-prcisuie c'yl
Iniler and new (,'iards
The tug has h bunker ca.n.iillj of 210
tons of coal, though It Is expected Hint
tho will lire mil) about 110 tuns In
making the ti)).iko to Honolulu She
lurries n complement of 21 men.
(Continued from Page 1.)
per cent, taxation, the- school question,
the new lepms) law, tho matter of ap
proval of tin liovornor'B .nppolnlcs,
It was the opinion of the speakers
that It was also of great Importance
that tho Lcglolatiuo bo composed of
auch members as would Insure a dig
nlfied and businesslike session, in
stead of such a ono as might do much
hnrm to the Territory by creating an
unfavorable) impression at Washing
ton Although nint Inns wero passed pr
resolutions adopted, tho mooting hn
Ing morn In ihe manner of a gniicuil
discussion of u mutter of grout linpor
lance to all those piesent, It wus do
dilmlly Ihe seueu of tho inciting Hint
tho llepiiblliun legislative tlrkit wus
tlm lino width iiiuld I""" tiu Hu I'l
inriMi of ii" bimliicss numuuiiHy.
wlili li should ihuiufoiii litno Ms cup
MIIMU in mi lliu Km in
Wandering with Ruskln through sun
lit landscapes or amid the splendors
of an ancient city are truly the most
delightful occupations for an evening.
To the quality of all seeing he add
ed the rare gift of word painting, till
one would well nigh prefer reading
Ruskln's description of a place to
ccelng It with one's own eyes
Half Morocco edition sold on easy
Wm. C. Lyon Go.
COn. FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Dr W. (1 Rogers Is recovering from
.i short Illness nnd expects to he at Ills
dllcc again on Monday,
SAFES, IRON FENCE.
A miecl it mectlnc of tho llonrd of
feupervlsors has been called for Krlila).
November 2 at 7:30 p m. This was
iiccrssltnteil by a provision In thor Coun
ty Act that Ihe Himplo nauoi ior u
roiinly election must bo examined by
the Hoard at least two duyH lieforo tho
election lakes place. Friday Is selected
on account of the fnct that tho ballot
must be sent to tho outside districts til
At this meeting tho budget for tho
coming month will also lie discussed
and It is expected Unit n lively fight
mu come up through the Intention of
u member of tho bontil to try, to stop
enmity work Tor tl)o effect which It
would h.ivo on tho election coming 4
fen iHvh Inter. Whether this will oc
cur or nut, however. Is doubtful
otKK M OF
A slrnnge slori Ins come to light
from Mrs Horn, K Crow ell. a dnugli
lir of John Ciimmlngs, who Is now
under nrrett under a Hoard of Health
variant, charging her with being n
leper suspect Shn lells of being cou
lined for the Inst vcar and a half In a
bouso on Herelanln street but that two
weeks ago hIic obtained her liberty and
then gave n power of attorney to H. t'
DlMrlit Attorney II. V llreckons, to
assist her In obtaining certuln properly
which belonged lo her
Mrs. Crowell lells of an attack being
tniido upon hir mother from whlih Ihe
old lady died am that, after that she
was spirited awa and did not obtain
her llberl till two weeks ago.
"I he Catholic Church ot Our Ijnly of
the, Mount. Kalulinl (Kiillhliiku) In
cliurge of Rev. 1'nther Clement. To.
inoriow. Oi tuber 28, 11 a m., mass, bcr
wnii, (ollecllim, Sunday school.
(Hand-Made Sour Mash)
la always well ased and It is purity Itselt.
LOVEJOV & CO., Agents,
v)02W NUUANU STREET, PHONE MAIN 3M.
IMPORTEH8 AMD DEALERS IN PINE WlNES A LIQUORS,
Mrs. Mabel Wing Castlo offers two
cflernoon courses In English Compo
sition, eight lectures on "Tho Tech
nique of Prose," to be followed by oth
er lectures on "The Forms of Proso Lit
erature." All persons desiring to lake
this work are requested to commiinl
cate nt nnco with Mrs. Castle.
llox COS. Tclcphono Will to 3936.
(Continued from Page 1)
constantly moro favorable. It Is
close fight, hut we aro going to win
Kulilo camo up on tho samo steamer
on which were McClnnnhan, his Dcm
ncratlc opponent for Delegate, nnd Not-
Icy, the Homo Rule candidate. Tho
seems, however, to have had little to
do with one another. Cupid stated that
lie wns nsleen when tho others rainc
I hi Imard nnd did not sec anything ot
In addition to those mentioned, there
wns also Stephen Dnhn, who will do
somo campaigning In Honolulu before
lemming to Hawaii.
Dcslm has been making the toilr ot
the island with Cupid. The meetings
everywhere, ho says, have been bit;
ones and very enthusiastic. Every
thing is going our way," he snld. "Wo
aro getting stronger on Hawaii every
day. Kulilo Is everywhere enthusiastic
nlly received, nnd it Is certain that he
Is the choice of tho voters down there
l.vcn the Democrats aro going to vote
lor him. A prominent Democrat of Hn.
wall was nsked tho other day wh) It
was that there, was so little enthusiasm
for McClanahnn. Hn refused to nn-
ewer. Another Dcmocint cxplnlncd the
situation, lie snld that the Democrats
on Hawaii arc going to vote, for Kuhlo
' nnd not for that haolo MrClanuhan '
Dcslm snys that the campaign of the
Democrats on llnwnll Is ono of iihiisc
nnd mud Hinging. They mnko nil soil;
of personal attacks on Katanlanuolc
nnd the other Republican candidates
fliit we are not taking any part In that
kind of a campaign. We are ready to
discuss tho Issues but ne are not ln
diilglng in personalities As to Mc.
Clanahan, the Domocrnts havo no hope
or Intention of electing him, It Is Ku
llio whom they want."
Mr Desha says that the other Re
publican cnndldntcs nro getting nloug
well nnd tint, nlthough tho fight Is a
hot ono for some of them they nro go
ing lo win out.
ONLY A TACIT
(Continued from Page 1)
tails of tho lino of argument he hnd
used on his lour, but snld that that
could bo heard tonight, when hn would
speak at tho Democratic rally at Anla
NOTLEY DID NOT RAISE
',' (continued nam Page 1.)
and cause trouble. Al I lame District
In spile of rain, tho meeting waa very
uuccessfiil. In total he predicted the
victory of the Homo Itulo party both
nn llnwnll nnd Maul. Whllo away he
k.iIiI he did not raise any raco Issuo dur
ing his cnmp-ilgii, nor has ha passed
any personal remarks against Jlr. Mr
Clanuhan Ho did not tell tho people
to down McChnahun and voto for Ku
hlo If thev did not want to voto for
"What do ou really consider our
chances are on the other Islands?" Nol
le) was asked.
"You tell mc first how It Is on Oahii,'
"Oh, hero joii have not a ghost of a
' Oh, )cs I am very strong on Oahii,'
contradicted Not ley.
"How do you think ou stand as
compared with last year?"
"Well, )Oii see, these things duclii
"Hut In which direction are they
"In my favor, sure," said tho Home
Tho Block books of thn Pioneer Mill
Co, Ltd, will bo closed to transfers
from October 21th to November IsL
Mrs W. U Rose was a passenger who
arrived on the Klnnu today.
Want the Oldest and
Old Jas: E.
bottled In the JaaH B.
IT Ji flIT
Kuhio and McClanahan
To Open Their Home
Tonight tho first general excursion
of tho present campnlgn will take
place when 'the Republicans will In
vndo Pearl City With their swarming
multitudes A special train will tnka
the speakers and their following, leav
ing tho depot at 2 o'clock sharp. Tho
speaking Is expected to begin nt 7:30
o'clock and will last till nftcr It p. m ,
when tho special train will bring tho
crowd back to Honolulu.
Tho principal feature of the meeting
will bo a speech by Delcgato Kntanl
nnnnlo, who returned from Hawaii
this morning, and his two principal
captains, Stephen Desha and John C.
Lane. Tho other speakers will he C.
F. Chllllngworth, 1 L. McCandlcss,
,V O. Smith, 8. P. Corren. Joseph
Kalann, A. S. Kalclopii, II. N. Kunlhn-
nul, II. y Lclclwl, John L. Paoo. A.
M. nrown, J. W. Calhcart, V. T. P.
Wnterhnusc, D. Kalounknlanl Jr., Jns.
nickncll nnd W. W Hnrrls. Judgo
Hookano will preside, whllo music will
bo litrntshcd by tho lolanl Glco Chili
nnd Mrs. Alex. Ulsliaw.
Tho Republicans will also hold a
meeting nt tho vacant lot near tlm
Club Stables on Port street, al which
Jack Lucas will be tho presiding go
nlus. Tho speakers vflll he! Wm A
lett, deo. A. Davis, J. H. 8. Kaleo. C.
I). Mailo, Henry C. Vldu. K. W. Qulnn.
A. V. Ocnr, W. T. Rawlins, A. D. Cas
tro, K. A. C. Long, John A. Hughes.
Chas. Hustnco Jr., S. C. Dwlght.
Tho pcmocrntR will have n general
laity at Aala Park tonight, at which
their candidate for Delcgato (o Con
gress, R. D. McClanahan, will bo the
Tho Democrats wcro badly dlsap
p lintcd today by tfie non nrrlval In tho
Klnau of Mnkckau ot Hamakua and
Kanllio of Kohala, both former leglsln
torH and famous spellbinders, tho ar
rival of whom had been generally ad
vertised by the Democrats.
On Monday night the Republican!)
will hold a big meeting nt Aala Park,
at which Prince Kuhlo will, for tho
first tlmo In this campaign, nddress
Ihe peoplo of Honolulu. On tho samo
evening tho Pourth District candidal en
will hold a meeting nt Molllill and
those of tho fifth ono at Moanahm.
BECKLEY PAPER A "JOB"
(Continued from Page 1)
session with the candidates to see how
many hhd tho price to niennmlnatlo.i
pipers nn many dinpped out because
the) were short the funds.
The general belief Is that tho Job wr.a
put up by the Civic gang nnd n native
llnwnllin was Induced to take the
money nnd the nomination to tho Cap
Itol. One man said hn thought Carter
was responsible for it ns hn lllfd
All tho Republican candidates had
filed their pipers lieforo noon yester
day and nboiit half past threo o'clock
a representative of the Democratic,
I arty brought iui all the papers which
had not been filed for the candidates
put up by his party. The Home Rule
nominations straggled In ono al a Urns
all through the afternoon.
jloo Correa, who doesn't llko lo go to
school nnd pla)s hookey Instrad, will
have t bo good for tho next right weeks
If ho doesn't want to go to tho reform
tichool. Judge Whitney released him
this morning on probation for that
length of tlmo.
STOCK BOOK8 CL08ED.
Tho Stock RookH of tho Pioneer Mill
Co , Ltd , will be closed lo transfers
from Oct. 29th lo Nov. 1st. both dates
Treasurer, Pioneer Mill Co, Ltd.