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gVENINfl JPtLKTTN, HONOLTJLP. T. H . THURSDAY. NOV, S, 100(5.
Note the Prices:
White Dress Goods
In cheek-:, stripes and figured; a large variety to celect from:
tOt?c WHITE GOODS 10e yd.
Mc " " lUHtyd.
. " ?5c v" " 15 yd.
30.c " " 20 yd.
. .40c and 4Ce " '2Ttt yd.
SEE TORT 8T. WINDOWS.
17c QUALITY ff 12M
20c " " v.-.TT IB
nse " " 20
3Cc " " '. 2714
l.75 VALUE AT St 4K nc.
$300 VALUE AT S&KO PC
3 75 value at :::::::::::::::;;: liig Ppce:
Tiill width; 10 yds. to a piece.
5.85 VALUE FOR a nn,
JI.25 VALUE FOR . Hl'ttA nc
2.oo value for :::::::::::::: Um
Hill width; 12 yd. pleccc.
$2.00 VALUE FOR a-i an ne
$2.7p VALUE FOR $2 JO Sc"
$320 VALUE fOR 2o2 J
15c QUALITY AT .!!.!."!!!!!.". 10 yd!
Friday and Saturday Last Days
N, S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pick, haul and ihlp yout I
roods and iave you money. '
Dealeti In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 K5nr St. Phone Main 58
. Thanksgiving Day
Is near at hand We will have a gen
erous supply of both Chickens and
Turkeys for you to choose from. Pla
ce your order early.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
TELEPHONE MAIN 76.
HIS CALLING IMPLIES NO OBLIQA TION ON YOU TO BUY.
J. C. Axteli i& Co. 1048-1058 Alakea
OP 0REAU, CAKES, COOKIES, ETC,
EVRIIY DAY AT THE
FLRFECTIOtl HOME OAKERY
FORT ST. OPP. LOVE 1LDO.
Monuments of Quality
' Wc always supply; now wc can
give you the very
Furnish us your address and our
representative will call on you
and &hnar vnn nnr Jlli.ctrotlnn
IS IT ?
i ii uansnnranm
S. IX I SMI
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PAINTINQ, PAPER HANOINQ AN"
1325 Nuuanu St., below Honolulu Hotel
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FOIMER SENATOR ENJOYS
LIFE AS BEST HE MAY
WAS ALLOWED TO VI8IT HIS FAM.
ILY ON ONE O06ASI0N AND
Irontnn, Mo., Oct. 23. A half hour
of liberty and a ntroll to Ills wife's
I'K.rdliiK house nnil buck la tlio Iron
County Jail varied the onotony of for-
moi Unllcil Htntos Kcnator J. It. Dur.
te.n's first day In Jail today.
Heading that ho wished to get hoiuo
bool.H nm) papers from Ms trunk, Hur
Ion was permitted by Sheriff Marshall
to take a brief recess from confine
ment An linrtoii reached Ilia street
he caw his wife and niece Just return
ing from a drive. They accompanied
Mm to Ihe home of Dr. Smith, whore
Mm, Uurton Is boarding.
Mrs. Uurton prepared breakfast for
her hiiilmiicj this morning and brought
It to the Jail, where hu Improvised a
chair as a talilo In his cell and en-
Joyed the viands. Mm. Uurton asserts
that flic wilt prepare all the meals he
eats, In order that ho may not have
to Biibslst on prison faro.
Uurton shares n cell with James
Wine, convicted of embezzlement, A
separate cell will noon be ejlven him
and Uurton asserts that as soou as ha
Pas a cell to himself and can plait.
therein u small writing desk, ho will
devote much tlmo to writing. Ho said
that as eooii us ho has served his sen'
tence he Intends to return to Abilene,
Kan , and resume the practice of law,
Washington. Oct. 24. Astonishment,
It not umazement, hag been caused
umong officers of the Department of
Jhstlce and (lovernment official Ken
t rally by ihe many liberties allowed ex
Senator Joseph Ralph Uurton, now sup
posed to be undergoing a six months
Imprisonment at the Iron County (Mo )
Jail, Ilul nothing Is likely to be done
until It appears that the Sheriff In
'charge of the Jail appears to bo null!'
f)lng the order of the court. In such
en eent District Attorney D)cr, at St
l-ouls, would be requested to look Into
the matter. It Is believed that It would
bo within tho Jurisdiction of Jiul,',(
Adams, w" ho sentenced Uurton, to sum
mon the Sheriff In who custody Uur
ton was placed and punish him for
contempt of court If he allowed his
prisoner mbre liberty than was abso
lutely necessary to preserve his he.ilt'i
TheJall where Uurton Is confined Is
the Institution set aside by the Keder.il
(lovernment for the confinement of
prisoner of refinement who are com
mitted for only short periods. Ihe
federal Government pays Iron Countv
a stated sum for the privilege of huv
Ing Its prisoners' kept there. The. hap
polling that Uuiton was permitted to
go home after books will probably not
(ronton, Mo , Oct. 22. Former Unit
ed States Senator Uurton of Kaunas
arrived from St. I.011U tonight shortly
after C o'clock and after dining with
his wlfo and nteco surrendered him
self to tho Jailer and was assigned to
a cell In the Irontnn Jail. Mrs. Uurton
accompanied her husband to the Sher
iff's ofllcu and then went to a cottngo
she has rented, wheru she will remain
untft her htubnnd has served the six
months' sentence Imposed by tho Fed
St. Louis, Oct. 22. Apparently Ben
utor Uurton has changed little since,
he wan tried nnd convicted u jear ago
In tho Federal Court hero of having ac
cepted $2M)u for services rendered the
Rlalto Ornln and Securities Company
of St. Louis beforo the I'ostofflco De
partment at Washington in u fruuj
Ab ho stepped from tho train this
morning he said:
I am feeling veiy well, undor the
circumstances. I had a good night's
sleep and am greatly refreshed this
morning. Perhaps tho trees unci
P. E, R. Strauch
BARGAINS IN HOME8.
PRICES CUT IN 1-2
for a short time only,
Two story Residence, Young Street.
Residence of Mr. Chuck Hoy, Kame
hameha IV Road; lot 170x200,
A Cosy Home on Klnau Street.
Home and Building Lots at all
Prices for Caili and on lnUlinent
WAITY ULDQ, 0, KINQ 6THEET
Any woman who suffers from
cramps, Hackaclie, Nervcue or
Sick Headache, Poor Appe'itc, Coo-
tlvtncit or General Weakness
needs the Bitters to make her well
again. It has cured thouiands In
the past 60 years. In casta of In
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, It
Stands first. Try bottle.
Muffs look better to iue this morning
than they will for sumo time, hut I
don't ulloW myself to think ubuut that
Mrs. Uurton inatMnliicd her cum
posuro remarkably well
"I never was more proui of my hu
band than nt this moment, when lie is
on his wny to Jail," she declared ut
ihe Union station. "I know who our
friends are and, I Intend to be friendly
with them, but I shnll leservo the
light to say who shall he my friends."
Mr. nurtou dined with his wlfo and
niece at tho Southern Hotel and. In
accordance with arrangements made
during the forenoon, surrendered to
United Stales Marshal Morsey at Ihe
Union station at 2 o'clock. They shook
hands and talked together a few mo
menta. Then, accompanied by Mrs,
Uurton and his piece, Marshal Morsoy
and Uurton entered the Iron Mountain
(rain for fronton.
REV. J. A. CRUZAN
NOW PASTOR OF
SAN JOSE CHURCH
San Joie. Oct. 21 - Itev J A Cruzan
and his wlfo were o fully received
Thursday night In the members and
friends of the Mrst Unitarian. Church
of this city nnd hv the members of ih
Ames Alliance, a )oung people's so
ciety connected with the church. Itev.
CMizan Is the newly appointed pastor
of this church, which Includes In Its
membership miiiy of the most promi
nent people of tho city.
Rev. Mr. Cruzan conies from Spo
kane, where lie was for a number of
ears the pastor of the Unitarian
Church. He severed his rnnnectton
with that churrh two weeks ago, much
to the regret of tho membership, and
accepted the Invltntlou to como to San
Jose, succeeding Rev. Anthony Mills.
Fred Adams Talks
On Hawaii's Future
Seattle, Wnsh , Oct. 20. "It Is a nuo-
tlon of but a shurl tlmo when there
will not ho 11 white man on tho lln
wallun Islands, owing to the Insolcut
eneioailniieiiU of the Asiatics. Cvi-n
now the Japanese and Chinese liavo not
only displace 1 tho wl-lto laborer I sny
whito as In distinction from tho un
lives and Portuguese but they uro
rapidly driving out the while mer
chant and tradesman."
Fred S. Adams of San Franeltui, but
for the p.ibt jcar engaged In meicniitlle
pursuits In Honolulu, fo expiebscil
himself today in discussing thu condl.
t'ons and outlook In the mlil-l'aclflc
Islands of the United States.
'The (lovcrnment has not been ap
prised of the conditions existing 111 ihe
Ulands," Adams continued. 'iJ
facts am being suppressed and every
Investigating commission sent from
Washington Is taken In hund by tho of
ficial clique headed by (liiveruur Curler
and the High Sheriff ns soon as thu
body reaches Honolulu and no manipu
lated thut It llnda but Utile out, us tho
Dutchman would say
"I tried trade in thu Islands nnd
don't like It, A while mun ha 110
chanco either as 11 merchant or as b
laborer. He cannot uudcr the existing
order of things compete with the .lap-
aiic-Mi and Chincne 'I here nre lu.'lCO
Japanese, 20,000 Chinese and about 30.
000 natives. Including the I'ortugii"so
population, usi against 12,000 Amer-
cans. It Is a lamentable fact that bet
ter protection Is given to u Jupaneee,
or. Chinese, especlall) tho former, on
the Island of Hawaii than to a white
man, a unlive born citizen of (lie (lov
ei .ilium vIiojo ting Hunts civei these
diminutive specks In thu sea
"Jnpuu Is thus peopling tho Ishinns,
not J ho United States, Japan wnnln
then want the.11 hud and will nUer.ip:
(heir hcUuro 011 the slightest provoou
Hon "Oavernur Outer's adiiiliilstrutlo.i U
not u stums one, It s luulicl upon us
a Joke lie lomiuaiulH mi ii3peit As
a mutter of fact, It U painful to onion e.
the illsriupnt of tho puiplc"
In Ihe guldens nf Hie Hub) untie,
Dill hum IJuulaiid, Is u 11k ten whlih
lias a spread uf luamlii fium Iweuly
n iwiiiiyfuur It'll. II vu luiiuuht
limn luii) In I7K uml U l.ipt unlir
ui- m m
Descendent of Warrior
Race Runs Afoul
Peter Davis, n klnk-halred Amerl
cm lnuiictte, Is In trouble, and it will
tost Mm Just eight dollars to get out.
Ho Imsii t the money, but he him hopes.
1'etcr Is bold bad man sometimes. I
The blood of lighting nncoitors surges
In his eln u longs to go out audi
smite. He would huvu his pathway
lined by tieinbllng admirers of his
prowess Peter loves to double the
bleeps of his ttrong right arm mid
plant his mighty fist against the face
of a hapless victim The manufactur
ing of a bum lamp Is Joy to bis soul.
Hut Peter forgets that such Innocent
pastimes are Ironned upon by the
stern majesty of tho law He does not
alwos remember that he who dunces
mint pay the plocr.
Therefore Peter, plain American cit
izen of Ethiopian extraction, stood lie-
fore Judge Lindsay this morning, and
Ms belligerency slowly faded as he
heard the Judge remark "Five dollars
and costs." Peter's fist had connected
with thee)e of Mlha, and Mlha told the
Judgo all about It. It was a sad mo
ment for the descendant of a race of
"How can I show ou tho marks
where Mr. Arcla struck me? They're
on my backbone." Mrs. Minnie Arcla
looked nt (Judge Whitney In virtuous
Indignation as she resented his sue-
gestlon about demonstrating the fact
that her husband, J. A. Arcla, had
marred her anatomy with cruel blowc
The Jitdge blushed and did not push Ihe
Arcla, attired In a huge pair of ruffs,
a coat of grime, dirty shirt and some
other things, stood before tho bcaVh to
answer to the charge of assault atid
battery preferred by his wife Minnie
Minnie averred that her husband won
In the habit of getting drunk and beat
ing her by way of 11 pleasant diversion.
Ho had her nil marked up. she mid She
couldn't with proprlet) show Ihe marks
in a public court room, but they were
there. Just the same.
Judge Whitney took her word tor If.
KIM HOM SUICIDE
I.lliue, Nov. C Kum Iloou, alias Ah
Hoona, was a rice planter In riulela
a week ago, but now his distant rela
tions In far-off China will have Co iry
io ct what they can out of his pitch,
as ho has left his home and crop for
Ah Hoona, had more than his share
of the Ills of this world. He was a
cripple and had In addition to this trial
been suffering from 111 health or ttie
last few weeks. Living atone, he be
came despondent and avoided Inter
course with his neighbors.
Last Wednesday tho woman from
whom he ronted tho land on which ho
raised his rice, and who Is his nearest
neighbor, noticed a couple of Japanese
going up towards his house. She sus
pected that they were bent on helping
themselves to tho oranges growing on
the place and, not having seen Ah
Hoona for Huveral days, thouxht It
better to go up mid prevent thu Japs'
from stripping the trees.
Coming up to the house she peered
through the window and was horrified
to sco him hanging from one of the
She Immediately went over to Aha
ua and had him telephone thu police.
Thu latter arrived In short time, and.
on entering the house found the body ,
of Ah Hoona suspendcd'by a piece of
rope, fastened to a rafter. The bodyi
nun ill un umaiiLt-'ii plum ill ut-iuiu-
ppslttou, proving that ho had commit
ted the- suicide some three or four
days prior to tho finding of tho body.
Ho had evidently stepped onto his bed.
adjusted the rope, and Jumped luto
I.lliue, Nov, 5, The members of the
Ulme Kegel Club turned out In num.
ters laBt Thursduy and brought their
The enthusiasm with which the LI-
hue men tackled the bowling alley rroro
than a jcar ago has not nbatrd a bit:
en tho contrary Interest In the game
has, If posslblo. Increased, and on this
occasion was further enhanced b Hon.
Ihls gentleman hud Invited the
mdmbers to Join In demolishing a Keg
of (Inmbrlnl brow and a couple of real
German Schlnken nt the alley, nnd It
Is needless to add that all who possibly
could made uso of tho Invitation. Tho
I lam had been beautifully deeornted
lor Ihe, onasloii with lloueis unit palm
brum he and lour new pictures
uduriiid the wull I'reildent Itnusevelt
and Vhe President Fairbanks smiled
lieulgtiuully, llnuked tin either sldo hy
Cmptrur William and Prime llltmtrk.
Utler In the evening Pudd's luteal '
liiru wns udded to tho gullury
Thu si nt lug wus fair Id middling
with n lot of iuers trying to brenk
tliell' lottirds, Nunc auuffdeil, now.
ffc.,i. uml (Ih tin..., ullll t,. .1,1.1 It, a
iv, ...It, ., IMH".', i-llll ll'IIM lllw
iliiiinplonslilp nf the ifuli with u iruru
niiit the sportively IncHned husband i
will have to dig up a ten dollar fine,
with costs of three dollars more, or.
nor It It out, before he can have oppor-l
tunity to continue his exercise. I
Mike' Kalonn and Kahakulalo ran
afoul of John Barleycorn yesterday
They got fine amounting to three nhri
coetit'lh Police Court this morning fot
fcelng ilrlink In a public place.
at sj aj i
WERE FOR 1ADKEA
Prom n ennvnsil made of the pre
cincts of tho Fourth District and sumo
... II. L-ltll. I... n ll,illHtt rarmrlnt-
,t anpcE ' Pr0babn that man
of the rejected ballots were In Iaukea's
favor, so that a recount might but In
crease his majority, unless the other
Fifth precincts, which voted stroi.tJy
for Drown, offset It. The Fourth Pla
trlct precincts made the followlnj
showing on thla matter!
1st Precinct 20 to 25 ballots reject
cd. Most of them marked for too many
Supervisors. Majority of them for Ian
lea. 2nd Precinct 53 ballots rejected
Faultily marked In many dlffeient
ways. Majority for lnukea.
3rd Precinct 12 ballots rejected Too
many district supervisors or two can
didates marked for tho samn oftlce
Nearly nil for laijkea.
- 4th Precinct 6 ballots rejected. Some
wrongly mirkil. Others blank
Fifth Precinct 30 to 35 votes re
jected. Most of them marked for four
district Supervisors Instead of three
Majority for lnukea.
Sixth Precinct 45 to CO ballots re
jected. Most of them marked for too
many Supervisors. Two-thirds for
.Seventh Precinct About 17 ballots
rejected Marked for too many
Supervisors or for two'cattctldates for
the same office, Majority for laukea.
8th Precinct 10 ballots, rejected
About even for Brown and laukea
9th Precinct 8 ballots rejected.
Marked for too many Supervisors. Ma
jority probably for laukea.
QIVi Pr.wtlrtfit.09 in 9? t.nllnla .itt.
cd. Marked for too many Supervisors I
11th Precinct 15 ballots reJo:tn! '
Most of them for laukea.
12th Precinct 31 ballots rejected
Most of them marked 4or too mun)
Supervisors, Majority for laukea.
All the ballots referred to aboro nre
The Modem Light
The ancients used the ruth light. Since than many other
methods of lighting have been used until the electric light -wii
Invented. The advent of the electric light hat relegated all other
lights to the background.1 It la the. efficient, aafe, odorless llluml
nant that should be In every honje. .
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
. Tel. Main 390
Leather Art Good!
The finest and largest ex-
nion: ever maae in Honolulu. .a
Included are: Sofa Pillows.) $
lauiccuvcie, vumes, mate,
Calendars, Banners, Music ,;
Rolls. Purses, Cigar Cases A
aiiu a gicoi vurieiy of IOVel-
tles, burnt In Hawaiian
U i SlIIB
Not Yet Does latlkea
laukea may be elected or he may
not Tim receiut I will settle that ques
Item Hut nt any rate he will not take
possession of tho Sheriff' office yet
Which Is whj disappointment nnl
suiprlrn gradually spread over Ihe ex
pectant countenances of the crowd f.t
Hawallans and men and women of ot'l
er i aces who assembled early this
morning about the police station anil
warmed tho benches of the court room
in anticipation of seeing new olflclalu
In charge. There w&' no occasion for
clusters of Hotter! Cud gorgeous Icli.
There were no new necks about which
to hang them And Frank Andrade had
his own flower The customary car
nation was In his buttonhole
Considering the fact that the cal
endar was n small one and that thera
were no cnies of importance to be
tried, Judge Lindsay could not under
stand why he had such an unusually
large audience Sheriff Drown, seated
at his deck In the office, looked puzzled
at the face's that peeped In expectantly
through the swinging doors. Why thli
air of suppressed eagerness? What
excitement was In the nlr.
Suddenly It dawned upon them and
a braid slow smile spread slowly over
the face of the officers of the place.
The crowd was msdo up of Intikeiltei
looking for their reward and the grate
ful smiles of their caudldato.
UUt Ihe looks of happy anticipation
laded. The lets wilted, and the ex
pectant ones wandered reluctantly out,
wondering If after all they might not
be mlstnken, If it might not be possible
that their laukea might after all not
occupy that office. It was sad very
ballots exclusively. Many ut
the 'other ballots were also relected, at
lor Instance. In tho Twelfth of the.
Fifth, where in Delegate, ?3 Senator
and 13 Representative ballots wcro
That's the number to ring up, If you
want soda water that la PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and QIN
OER ALE the purest gooda manu
factured In town,
uf IMS III lliu Amcrmii kuiiiii
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