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"There is no joy in business equal to tin joy of winning out where others fail
An advertisement should bo In '
spired by cordiality, as If one would '
ay, "Come and ee me. I have '
something of Interest to show you." 1
Prom 8n Francisco!
Alameda Nov, 4
Ventura , , ,.y ...Nov. 3
Far 8tn Francisco:
America Maru Nov. 12
Alameda t..Nov. 14
Moana Nov, 17
Mlowera Nov. 14
The first requisite for success In ,
business Is to have the something of .
Interest to show; and the second Is ,
to invite people to come and see you. j
THE EVENING BULLETIN )
4) will attend to that part of the un
r?rirnirVl dertaklng In the MOST SATI8FAC
i n ii i lurN tory manner.
BULLETIN IK. ARE II 1II11E BETTER 111 ANY OTHER
Vol. 3CV1II No 35;U
HONOLULU. TBRRTTORY OF HAWAII. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 190U
JrRKJB 5 OENT8
HE KNOWS BETTER
I - h i
" No evidence has been presented to
me which I consider sufficient proof of
his" Brown " being personally cor.
rupt." Lorrln A. Thurston's confes
slon over his own signature, 1906.
vnere he" lauxea "will go
next even he cannot guess but those
who know him best put least reliance
In his Democratic professions." Lor.
rln A. Thurston's paper Aug. 25, 1904.
Practically nil the large business
housed or Honolulu will bo closed all
day tomorrow, election day. All tliu
banks with the exception or Bishop
& Company will close at noon. The
following declaration was signed byi
ui various uusiness nouses tills
Uellevlng that election day, Tues
day, November Ctli, 1906, requires llio
attention or all tho business men of
this city, we, the undersigned, agree
welt wearing, shape keep
ing garments that will
delight the most fastidi
ous man, Evsry popular
pattern and cut Is rep
resented In our new
stock. All coats of this
season's make from tho
famous ALFRED BENJA
MIN & CO, have no vents
In the back.
For further Information
bout wearing apparel In
TEL, M.IN 88,
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL 678,
to keep our places of business closed
on that day,
(Signed) Castlo & Cooke, Ltd , by
Its treasurer, V. A. How en: Alexan
der & Baldwin. Ltd., J, I Cooke,
manager; The II. P. Dillingham Co.,
Ltd., per D. P. Dillingham, president;
Honolulu Stock & Ilond Kxchange,
II. Armltage, president; Henry Wa-
tcriiouse Trust Co. Ltd., per E, M.
Campbell; K. O Hall & Son, Ltd., E.
O. White, vlco president; P. A. Schae
for & Co, Ltd.. P. A. Scliaefcr, pres-
IUUIII, It. lIUC'Kieill u uo, L.1U., w,
Pfotenhuuer. vice president? Timna
F. Morgan, per O. A. Stevena; Union
Feed Co.. Ltd.. by P. W. Macfarlane.
treasurer; C. Brewer & Co., Geo. II.
Kobertson, manager; Macfnrlane &
Co. Ltd.. II. It. Macfarlano Jr. treas-
MADK IN NI'.W VOUK'J
urer; California Peed Co., Ltd,, per
T. J. King, manager; Castle & With
Ington, per W. It. Castlo; Tho Water
house Co.; Trent & Co.; Thlelen &
Williamson, per Geo. P. Thlelen; Ha
waiian Office Specialty Co., per O. E.
McCarthy; William C. Lyon Tjo., Ltd..
per W. C. Lyon: Ballou b. Marx;
Klnnoy, McClanaban & Derby; Lucas
The undersigned houses villi close
at noon on Tuesday, November Cth,
190C, on nccount of election Day.
First National Bank of Hawaii, U
T. Peck, cashier; Bank of Hawaii,
Ltd, C. C. Cooke, cashier; Claus
Spreckula & Co , E. . Spalding; Yoko
hama Specie Bank, Limited, Y. Akal,
manager; Allen & Robinson. Ltd., P.
Muhlendorr, for treasurer; M. Phil
lips & Co.: Bruce Cartwrlght; Thco.
II. Davles & Co., Ltd., T. Cllvo Davles.
dlicctor; "Wilder & Co., Ltd.. per Gor
rlt P. Wilder, vice president; Lewern
& Cooke. Ltd.. per P. J. Lowroy, pres
Mr. M, C. Pacheco has full power of
attorney to net ror Mr. Caspar Bllvn
and Henrietta J, Sllva during their ab
sence rrom the Territory.
Are Greatly To Be Desired In
Trustee, Guardian or Executor.
The Highest Development of
These Qualities Is To Be Found
In a Trust Company. " " " " "
Afe Hawaiian Trust
OB Company, Lid.
BROWN'S RECORD IS
Sheriff Arthur M. Drown, ncalnst
whom A bitter personal camnalun of
slander has been mnile fur two years
past, nan issued tne following letter:
To My Pellow-Cltltcns und I'rlends:
In view of the charnctir of the cam
paign now being conducted against me
by the "Advertiser." with the nvowed
object of defeating mo at any cost and
by every possible means In tho election
for County Sheriff on th Cth of Novem
ber next. I feel It a duty to msclr, my
family and to tlume friends who know
me and nrn standing by me In this bit
ter and unfair alliuk, to appeal to )ou
Individually for )our supiiort at the
I solicit your support nu in) record
n a man and an ollklal.
I appeal to )ou us man In limn for
fair play. ,
Chairman Herbert Mosiman of the
Democratic County Committee tliU af
ternoon gave out tho following fore
case rrom n Democratic point of v lew :
Figuring GOOD votes.
1C. II. McClanuhau, 250D.
Figure COOO votes.
Chas. Broad, 2700.
C. J, McCarthy, 3000.
Fourth District Itepreseiitutlves.
Figure 3000 votes.
Edward lugbam, 1G00.
Ioela Klakahl, 14G0.
Moses Palau, 14S0.
M. A. Sllva, 1S00.
Jesse Ululhl, 1450. i
P. W. Weed. 1450.
Fifth District lteiresentutlves.
Figure 3000 votes.
J. K. Apuakehnu, 1400,
S. K. Hill, ir.oo.
D. L. Kahaleaaliii, 1CU0.
D. Kamahu, 1800.
K. U Like, 1S00.
S. K. Mahoe. 2S0O.
Figure 4700 votes cast.
II. T. Moore. 100 maorlty.
T. Oandall, 100 majority.
J. J. Pern, 3oO majority.
Figure COOO votes cast, 3 men run
ning. Frank W. Harvey, 3000.
Figure 0000 votes cast.
C. P. laukea. 3000.
Deputy Sheriff, Honolulu.
Figure 4800 votes cast.
W. P. Jarrett. 3000.
Flguro COOO votes cast.
Chas. Rose, 3200.
Figure COOO vctes cast.
Republican estimate correct, Kalau
Flguro COOO votes cast,
W. W. Thuyer, 31,00.
II. II. Trent. 3800.
"It Is put true, as stated In tho Bul
letin last Tuesduy, that Sam Johnson
came within two votes of being Indicted
Ly the Grand Jury on tho same charge
is thoso held ror perjury," said a man
v. Iiobu clone connection with tho Urunc
4ury puts him In a position to know
ftxuitly what he Is talking about.
"1 urn mitlsllcd that tho report con
corning Johnson wus circulated by po
lltluil enemies, representatives of ths
Attorney General's department and the
Attorney General's department
"There wus no approach to un In
dlctmcul or Johnson. The rati is that
lis soon as Sum Johnson left the Grand
Jury room tho Jurors began to put oit
lliulr coats to leave. They did not over
The ltcpubllcan Party has honored
me with Its unanimous nomination nndj
as the candldato of that Party I should
receive tho support of members of the
llepubllcan Party. I
My record ns n man and as an official
v. Ill, upon fair and Impnrtlnl scrutiny,
commend me to every candid person as,
ucrthy of his support. I assert, andi
Mntlstlcs will hear me out, that Hono-j
lulu, in proportion to Its population, Is1
I more orderly nnd that less crime Is
'committed or goes unpunished than In
tiny city of the United States notwith
standing our seaport situation nnd mix
. ttire of races. Tourists and strangers
I invariably are Impressed with tho ord
erly appearance of our city,
I My record for several jears past has
been subjected to the muxt rigid scrut
Iny that hate and malice can Inspire,
ClfEo Will NOT
The followlna cafes have vol- x
x unteered to refrain from serving x
I liquors with meals until after
,X 5 o'clock tomorrow, election day.
X The law Is auch that there Is .
IX no means of requiring these
V, places to close. The proprietors X
h have no desire to stand In ax
X fatso light before the community
M and have consequently agreed to
n follow what may be considered
x the prevailing sentiment that no
X liquor shall be sold "on election
X day during the hours of voting,
X The cafes agreeing to this
H proposition are:
X Cobwob, Oahu,
X Sweet Horn, Kentucky,
x Occidental Bar,
X Favorite Grotto,
K Union Grill, Royal Ann,.
AXXX.xx.Xx: X'x'jt K'K X" K K
lake a vote, except to voto to adjourn
tor two weeks.
"A more determined and disgusted
set or men would be hard io get to
gether. It was an outrage that Sam
Johnson was ever called beforo thai
Grand Jury. It was a political trick,
tnd the arand Jurors saw through It.
"The adjournment or the Grand Jur)
for two weeks was. as a matter or fact
r. signal ror the prosecuting officer that
tho members of that Jury refused tc
become polltici i..,
gomo day tho Inside history o: tin
bringing or these cases before tin
Grand Jury will bo told, and It will re
Oct no credit on tho desires or Terri
torial officers ror common Justice.
lliese alleged false registration
cases were sprung on that Grand Jury
nnd It was done, 1 beltove, with a pol
lliicni purpose, not to promote justice. I
very few if any or the Jurors knew
anything of what was coming. Klem-
nig nas ueen prosecuting an along, or
a sudden tboy sprung Prosser, and be
fore the Jurors woko up to a realization
that they were being made political
tools, they had listened to Prosser's tale
and voted Indictments.
But when Johnson's case came un.
tho political exhibition was so raw that, i
ng.i said before, the members of the
Jury woko up and forthwith wulkedi
"Tho scheme undoubtedly as orig
inally planned was to Indict soma of
iiicixj pour lie vim in mo milliner id
which it was worked spring it qulckl) i
On tho furors and null the Indictment
through in a hurry and thou put these '
men in sucn an unpleasant position that
mcy would peach ou someone. But
there was nu one to peach ou and the
whole thing fell Hat,
"Did you ever hear of such a slate
went us that mado by Prosser In deal
ing with the Shultz case before Judge
Itoblnson. Ho had the face to suggest
to the Judge that he needed more time
lo prepare tho case. Ho was tho man
who presented tho case before the
Grand Jury, yet when the man taught
it fair and speedy trial Prosser asked
for more time.
Don't let your valu
ablifet vay from you
when you hiivos protec
tion right at your hand.
W uruprcapurud to taktt
care of thorn In our af
deposit vault and tfuar
Truait Company Ltd.
J. Hopp & Co,,
IOSJ-105'J IP4& IIIBIIOM oT.
und 1 submit that the results are my
I ask fair play. Tho "Advertiser" In
Its campaign of nbus6 and invective hai
formulated and can formulun no
charges ngalnst me. Its attacks on tne
consist of generalities and trivialities
Its weakness Is shown by the uttark on
mo for using a wlso discretion In the
releasa or simple drunks after foIjiu
tng up for a night in tho Station n
discretion universally practiced by the
police throughout the world lis at
tacks on me nru prejudiced and unfair
this Is illustrated by its fnlliire to give
credit ror tho arrest or the Porto Itlcali,
CO I -ON, burglar and would-bo murder
er, although this arrest was made while
Its columns wero filled with unsupport
ed assertions of tho Incompetent) ol
the police department.
4 Tho following estimate or how
f the vote Is going to tall ror tho
Republican candidates bus been
given out by the llepubllcan Coun-
.Figuring 8000 votes.
-r j. K. Knlanlanaolo 4500, or a
majority or 1500.
-4- VJgurlng COOO votes.
Ohas. P. Cbllltngvvorth, 4000.
L. I McCani'less. 3C0O.
Wio. Smith. 24M.
Representatives Fourth District
Figuring 3000 votes:
.A. D. Castro. 1800.
J. II. IluehoJ. 1900.
J. II. S. Kuleo, 2100.
R. A. C. Ijong, 2000.
E. W. Qtilnn, 2000.
W. T, Ilawllns. 2100.
Representatives Firth District.
Figuring 3000 votes three tlck-
8. P. Crr-ca. 1400.
J. Knl't l. 1300.
A. 8 I Mopu.' 1C00.
4- II. N it.ulhonul. 1500.
4- W. K Lelelwl, 1CO0.
4- J. L. Pnoa. 1350.
Figuring 4700 votes cast.
S. C. Uwleht. stronir In Ida
A. V. Gear. Btrong in the Fifth
Chas. Hustace, strong In tho
Votes will run about oven, ma-
t jorily or 300.
Figure COOO votes cast,, three
W. W. Harris. 3000.
Figure G000 votes cast.
A. M. Brown, 3C00.
Deputy Sheriff, Honolulu.
Figure 4800 votes cast
II. C. Vldu. 2900.
Figure COOO votes cast
James Blcknell, 3200.
Figure COOO votes cast.
D. Kalauokalanl, Jr., 4500.
r County Attorney
f Figure COOO votes cast, tlireo
J. W. Cathcart. 3000.
4- Figure COOO votes tutt
4- P. T. P. Wnlerliiiime finnn
.... .. . ,.v..w, HH,.V,
ANY MAN EVERY MAN
can go Into a store and pull down a shoe and put It on. But
will it fit him? As we all know, a fit to a shoe means every
thing. A knowledge of Foot Fitting must be jjalned before a
salesman amounts to much.
OUR ALL-AMERICAN $3.50 AND $4.00 SHOES
have more real fitting qualities than any other shoe of the
Our salesmen know how to give you tho right fit, because
ws study Foot Fitting as an Art.
J 05 1 Fort Street
Tho Advertiser" with Its rtllo cv
ruin polio has determined by ever
means fair or roul to detail inn und
elect luukca us Sheriff; to ruin me
socl.ill and politically In tlm torn
inunlty whero I huvii lived my entltii
llfo and whero fur thn twelvu )e.ir last
,nst I have lived up to my oltli of cilllc
und to my obligations ui a man tin
Itevlng thai jou do not and will nor
endorse, the campaign of slander nmt
abuso now being made ugnliisi mo, an 1
lellevlng that III) record Is sutli a en
titles mo to xollrlt )our support, I ncaln
nk on nt the nominee of tho llepuhll
ran Party for )our voto for iu)elf und
nil those associated with luu on tho Re
public an ticket.
Yours ver) respectfully,
A. -M. 1IIIOWN
Miioclcitect I'rrm Kprclal Cnblf)
NEW YORK, N. Y Nov. 5. Th
betting Is four and one-half to one In
favor of the election of Hughes over
Hcaist as Governor of New York.
PARIS, France, Nov. 0. Parlia
ment has approved the Government
policy that France send a squadion
io me jamesiown Exposition.
CASHIER IS SHORT
MONROEVILLE. Ala.. Nov. C.
casnier Duboise of the Monroe Coon.
ty Bank Is $27,114. short in his ac- ;.'
counts. ' ti'
CABINET GOE8 OUT
SOFIA. Dulnnrla. Mnu R Tk. n..i
". -Vr."'" . ' "". ."" - V
Diran Lin no, nan pa,nnw mm
m-. ...... .. .-.')iibM v,, UV-
"m hi me i.oure or raniamcni to
give us policies support.
BRITISHERS IN MUTINY
PORTSMOUTH. EnnllnH M.u
A mutinous outbreak occurred hern
toaay wnich involved 500 sailors. It'
W3t the result nf an Hhnnvlnn. mkI..
The men were quelled by force.
12 MEN FACE DEATH
FELTON, N J., Nov. 5 Thi Nor
wegian bark Adcoma Is on a redf'otf
port. The ship is a total loss"' anc
twelve men of the crew are unable to
Holiday Time Now
and nothing would'please your friends
on the mainland more than a box of
pineapples or a bunch of bananas.
I LEAVE ORDERS AT
THE WELLS-FAR80 OFFICE.
Shoe Go,, Ltd,,
'Phone Main 282
VESRPr' Fori Rl. Uonalulu
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