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"EVENtNQnULlCTIN7lI0Q0tP-' :'f.''H.. "MONDAY, Nbv:i2(i70"e. ""T
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T'iu n itm-ty'"1' v-"W".'-r:
ANOTHER 3AVING OPPORTUNITY FOR, HOUSEKEEPERS
AND MOTELS, WHO WILL RECOGNIZE IT Ab A QOOD TIME
TO STOCK DCDS FOR COLD WEATHER AT A DIG SAVING IN
White- Grey and Tan Cotton Blankets
80c 51.00 $1.25 tl.EO
5, 80v iK? $1.20
White Wool Blankets
I'nll Hl7i, for double bed
$3.75 A DO $0 00 $5 50
$2.!( $:MtK ?1.00 $!.J1
TULL SIZE, WELL TUTTED, SILKOLINE AND SATEEN
COVERED ALL GOOD PATTERNS.
Regular Price $1.25 $1.50 $2.00 $2.25
!8ALE PRICE $ .. $1.15 $1.55 $1.05
White Bed Spreads
Regular Price . . . $1.25 $1.50 $1.75 $2 00
SALE PRICE $ .)) $1.15 $l.:i5 $1.(JO'
I IT MONEY IS WORTH SAVING THC ADOVE PRICES ARE
WORTH INVESTIGATING. 1
I 8FC OUR WINDOW AND INTERIOR DISPLAY. '
M. Sachs Bry Goods Conwy, Ltd.,
Tho program for tho pcrformanco
which tlu Sisters (if Hawaii Ponol will
Klvu nt llio 0crti llotiso next WoiIiich
ilny for Ilia benefit uf puur Hawallans
will bo ns follows;
Opening Chums "Mnkalapua"
I il In, lllnicnl
"Iln Ino.i no Kamnkneha"
Scledluii ...... Kauulhau (lieu Club
King Kulanlopiiii with his licrsunnl
ntli nilnnts Known ns Iwlktinmuo, ruli
liur of the person; Ipiikuhn, Hplltoon
bearer; pan knhlll, kahili bearer; klal
pu, Hlcepwnlchor, nipuupiiu, steward.
"Kn I.nl o Konn"
.l.llinu (I loo Club
ELECTION AT H1L0
contest by worn I Fresh Fruits Vegetables
Song iitnl Chorus.
Tableau ........ "Knllillniil" Part 1
Kiiiialoa Kimna, liiislimiil nml udvls-
Pr uf tho iiuvuii, roeuiiiirenils tlinl hi
Louothnmaknlilkl bo oletuled tu tho
moltjlilp In cijiial power ami dignity
vr y.ui.i'r sow
I Uuitrtot "Kunl Mill nn Maim I'.
I .Mt. nml Mm. Illckey auil Mr. ami
j Mm. Mullo.
Ti'ahlcaii "Knlkllant" l'nil II
j Queen Kulklltinl ami husband on
I a carouse.
I .Mm. Kalell.au ami Mm. Kulelkna,
I , ' Malpliiepln.
.li'aulrai "Knlkllanl" Part III
KniK henrn u olco culling for Ku
I'dlunl. ICnragcd at what ho hastily
num-lted In hu an evidence uf lii-r In
fiuotlty, Mrlke her bleeding to deuth
Kin. dikes lento of tho queen.
Duct Mlm llao ami .1. N. Kahuiile.
H-'ectlou KuvMilhau (ifpo Club
inblf.ii "Kulkllunl" Part IV
King and queen once moro niirromi't-
piI by sunshine ami Joy; tbu past Is
forgiven uml forgotten,
Hula Pa'l Uniauma.
Till Misses Mauiiiiiil
Tableau "Kalkllanl" Part V
Unci. ...ltoso Kano uiul Mm. Pun la
pong nml Chorus... Wnlannn (Juarloi
Kidea, tho Riirf-rldor of Muul.
Selection ... . Knwulhaii (lice Club
K(,n "I law all Ponol"
Willi the staliiu of Kamelinmchu.
IAGH Of FUNDS
M YOU CAN'T HEMP(
KEEPING YOUR' ijeP (M I
I MIND ON aJSTBllK M I
, i JJi JIfTat KNOWING MBl I
"W WHJtriTiSllKC pl
w - -t-9 ' i . WaSSr lHilll
H 'W Bl
H C. A. NELSON, Agent B
H Rainier Bottling Works.
$ Phone Vhlte 1331.
Why Do Thousands Use
Tho Thin! ('limit Court'H reKUlnr
lei in upeiiB at Kalluu mi Thurmlny,
Juil tho oiirt won't ilo any liusliien
with JurloH. Neither n (Iraiul Jury nor
a trial July was oven Miiiiiuiitu-il, an
Iho law coiitvinplatcs that they kIioiiIi',
he. Tor tlio approprhitlou for the clr
t lilt hail been fbuiiil to be wliully In
aileq'iato, nml theio wan no money
available for Jury fees. '
In view of Iho lack of fun.lr, JiiiIrp
Matlliewiiiau ilcchleit not In call Jur
ors at nil, uml he merely lomplleil
with the law nil far iih opening tin
term wau loncerneil. TIiIh Id what
'other (limit JinlgeH h:io liail to ilo
' I efore
I l.ueklly llieie wuk only ouo (oliimlt
Inl (.lie In the Third Circuit HiIh
Ime, hut iih fur as Hint cane In con
reined tho lnek of fun.h meaiiH mi ab
loluto fulluro of Justice. Tho defend
nut U n Koieau, charged with an us-
saint, ami iih a result ot uiu laei; or
fiiiuls ho Is held in Jail iinlnillcted and
unablo to seeure n trial. Under the,
law, It Id stated, ho Is entitled to a
release on the ground Hint lie Is nut
Clwn his constitutional right tu a
speedy trial. In other words, tbu Knl-
lua lr ult Ik not nblo tu enforce tho
County Attorney Williams went on
Iho Klnau In attend tho drcult lourt,
hut (hero were mi criminal mutters
taken up. llllo Herald.
Unless all signs go for naught there
will he n protest filed In the mutter of
the recent elections owing to the man
lier In which tho otliig was conducted'
nt Wftlakea. Should the protest lie'
Itlcd nnd should It bn pressed lo n suc
cessful Issue tho result will be that
John T Molr, the. present chairman c.1
the Hoard of Supervisors, and Inci
dentally tho must valuable member ol
that body, will ho elected u. member
ngnln, and Keakl, the former pollie
maii who run on the Democratic-Home
ltuln tlcki I, will ho thrown out.
The total olc for the North and
South llllo Supervisors Mood thus:
Desha. 291; Keakl, 371; Molr, S3J,
Naturally on this show lug. Keakl
mid Todd were elected, hut In Wulakea
the c.indlihilcs pullid thus
Desha, SO; Keakl, 102, .Molr, 5S;
If, ns Is claimed b the friends ol
Molr, there was n grae Irregularity
In Ihi! manner of coudtutlng the votlna
lit Wnlake.1 mid the ote there should
bo thrown out tho toal will Icao Molr
with ten voles moro than Keakl.
Owing to tho nbsciire ol Molr In Ho
nolulu It cannot) bn stnld dellnltiiy
that ho will consent tu protesting tin)
election, especially as II Is no iiecnt
that he was miner gratiiieu man oin
erwlre whin ho found lh.it he was sup
The basis uf the pndeM will be that
tlio chairman nt Wulnkiu Henry West
u Democrat-Homo Killer did not nbey
tbe Instructions laid down fur his gold
mice. The County Act says that the
duties of the election bojrd shall ho
aiiione other matters:
"To reiord the name of each person
polling u otn, mid nlsn to (heck ufl
upon the register uf otom furnished
by tho Hoard uf Heglslratlou tho name
of each oter pulling a vote"
It Is claimed that In Walakea no rec
ord was kept uf each person polling n
Mile mid that the names were simply
(becked off tho olllclal list. Whether
this would bo siilllcleul of nn error tu
Invalidate each vote to cast but not re
corded Is a matter to be settled by tho
riimlR though the claim would seem to
have much merit Hi It.
At present Iho records are nil signet
and sealed Kncnsed In i.unas bags
the papers are In the possession of Urn
County Clerk, nor can the packnges be
opened without the order of the till
premp Court of Hawaii
.Cm rent rumor had It that Carl Smith
had been Instructed to luinmcnru pro
cecillngs with a view lo contesting the
election on behalf of Molr, but he Btuted
positively jestcrday that no such def
inite nc lion had been taken. Hn tint'
orally refused tu give an opinion ns to
the validity of liny protest under the
Henry West, who was chairman of
the Walakea elerllon board Is Just now
looking very bard after the Job uf itonil
Supervisor for South' llllo which Is nt
present held by Norman Ljmiiii. The
change In the political complexion of
tho County Hoard will probably pre
vent the icappolutmcnt of I.ymaii nnd
West enn think uf nobody mote lit tu
hold the Job than he himself. llllo
Tribune, Nov. 20.
ARRIVED ON KOREA
Monday For Thanksgiving
APPLES ORANGES ' LEMONS
QUINCES GRAPE-FRUIT PEARS
CRANBERRIES PERSIMMONS CHESTNUTS
CELERY CAULIFLOWER PARSNIPS
RUTABAGA HUBBARD SQUASH RED CABBAGE
FRESH EASTERN OYSTERS AND CALIFORNIA COCKTAIL OYSTERS
Order now and we will save them on Ice for you
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 22.
Store Closed All Day Thanksgiving
MAY LOCATE HERE
Spokane, Wash., Nov. ".Mr. and
Mrs. (leorgu Wilson, nee dates, who
wero married nl Republic-, Wash., n
few- da)H ago, will pass part of their
honeymoon In Honolulu tho coming
winter. Mr. Wilson was for llvo yeais
connected with tho business depart
ment of the Spokesman-lift lew of Spo
kane, Ills bride being the only daugh
ter of Mr H. Hates, a prominent ranch
er and mine owner at Itepubllcn. 1 hey
will sail from Vuiicoutcr In a few days
for Chrlstchiirrh, New Zealand, where
Mr. Wilson was born nnd lias wealthy
Klalltes. Afterward they will visit
Honolulu and Sdney, N. S. W, mak
ing their home either In Honolulu or
will buy tho Ann Itesldciico of Mil.
CHUCK HOY on Kamebumeha IV.
lload in ar Cur Line. With Us largo
ally rooms mid with neaily ono aero
r.r tri.tiiiiil tfictf.fittli- In 1,1 fill! niitl nlflllt.
ed with llowers uud fruit trees ltj peonage system
makes ouo of Iho llHST HOMi: In tho
silbuiliH of Honolulu.
NO COOLIES WANTED
Now York. Oct. 21. That Chlneso
"(oolle" lalor Is unsuitable for dig
ding the Pnmim.i (anal Is tho opinion
of Chniles II Mnguon, ex-dot crnor of
tlio ("mini one
Magoau believes that the W't'il In
dian iicicru laborer Is the best that
ioiiIiI Hi obtained for tho purpose In
view, uml said that, In spite of repoits
to tho contrary, those negroes now em
ployed un the (anal work wero clllcieiit
"It Is my Individual opinion thai
coolie labor won't do on the Isthmus,
tiild Mugoon "The principal reuson
Is that tho United States dovernment
would never countenance (ho system
of peonage to which the contractors
would have to resort tu get nuythliu
llko effective work out of Chinese la
borers. We hat o now between 2(iu
and 3000 Chinese working on Hie Uni
onise, nnd what 1 say Is tho icsull ot
observation. These will not do u sttoku
uf work morn than they hate tu. uud
when they have sated up u little, money
they ipilt work without warning, start
u little shop mid giiiduute Into iner-
"In other parts of the world where
uch labor Is e:up!o)cd they are under
Iho absolute (ontrol of the contractu) s,
ului get effeciltii servlre by forcing the
men to work Slave driving is loo
harsh n term to employ In this connec
tion but j on may nuole me us suyliu
loollcs do inoi,i effedlve wurlc under :i
SHOT BYPET LOG
Sylvester Kahlkloln nnd his wife
Annum wero shot yesterday after noon
by their pet dog. Part of n charge of
bird shot struck the nbdomen of Un
it oman mid the shoulder of the man,
but neither was seriously Injured.
Knklklola had been hunting and le
turned tu the house for morn ammuni
tion. Thero was one shell In the gun
end the woman was handing him some
additional shells when the pet dog
lumped up mid In somu manner pulled
tho trigger, discharging tho gun.
The patrol wagon took the Injured
pcoplo tu the Queen's hospital where
their wound a were dressed. In neither
inso did the shut penetrate the flesh.
The Modern Light
The ancients used the ruth light. 8lnce then many other meth
ods of lighting have been used until the electric light was Invent
ed. The advent of the electric light hat relegated all other lights
to the background. It It the efficient, safe, odorless lllumlnant that
should be In every home,
Hawaiian Electric Co., Lt d.
Tel. Main 390
Is at good at the next man's and there It no real
reason why you should not get Itt worth. A tult telectcd from
our NEW FALL PATTERNS, Jutt arrived, ft a guarantee that
you get "Your Money's Worth." We make them up to your
meatu'e at ready to-wear prices.
Our8ults for TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARE are UNEQUALED
In this town.
Geo. A. Martin,
PHONE 485 MAIN. HOTEL 8TREET.
PANAMA CANAL CONL-ST j
The Intercut In this contest grows
greater d.ill). The result of the thli
count, which was made I'rld.iy evening,
November "3d, Is us follows;
High School 7,3 1 i
St. I-ouls College 1.83(7
Ku'iluunanu School : l.ii
Catholic Sifters School tut.'
Qui en's lloipllul CU.t
Kuuluwelu School Ml
Normal School Tii
St Andrew's Priory liV
Kalulanl School IDa
Kaumimlll lidge S1U8, C. M. A.. 7
Mills Institute 70'
Kuakupuu School 3.1
I'adllc Itebekah Udgo IS
Olive llranch Itebekah Lodge .. 18
lolunl Colli go 'j
Mallo Lodge No. 4. K. of P u
y Our si"
fJ 1tr- M
Hold Sireet Slorc
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THU CiPOT FOR U0B& 0
TMR ROAD OVERALLS,
lleio mo a fow other llargalns for
W500. 11 bdr. 75x150 Young St.
$3000.-1 bedr. with -1 ncrca giound
12750 J bedr. 50x90 Klnau St.
$1300 II bedr. 50x100 (Solid; Ato.
$1300-3 bedr. 50x130 Klikul St.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
I linvn n number of unimproved IoIh
for sulo on easy pavnientB ami It will
be well for ou to consult ma before
bit) lug jour Ileal Kutulo us I CAN
BAVi: YOU MONI'.Y.
P. E R. Strauch
WAITY BLDQ, 74 8, KINO 8TRGET.
In my opinion the- West llidluu ne
gro furnishes the best solution of tho
problem While It Is trim that those
uegioes who are now on tho Isthmus
wecio kumewliut Ignorant when they
lirrlted, having had practically no ni
iiunlntin.u v.llh uny Industry except
that of sugar planting, they hute
pi lived .idipluble"
Tor the first time In the history ol
the Suite of Illinois u Chlmiinaii has
hiuiessfiilly puspi-d tliu examination
lor phjslclaus i-el h) the St'lto Iloiint
(if Heultli lt Is unmiiiiiieil that I)r
(Hu Will Chan a uiaduiiln of the Na
tional Medlinl I ulterslty No IX Wells
itreit has niudo mora Hum n creditable
showing In the exiimlnutliui, uml Is en
titled tu piliKtliii medicine In Illinois
us well us In nil Stales lei (igniting
Distill books of all torts, ledgers
Mr,, iimniifaclured by Ike lliilletln I'ub
WAR DEPARTMENT SILENT
Washlngtoi, D. C Oct. 18. Offlclals
of the war depnitmeut n fused to make
any statement this morning relative to
the ( nurse of President Hoosetclt in
threatening to disband nn entire but
sllon of the Twenty-fifth lufulitry If the
names of the Drowns vllle rioters wero
not divulged. When usked If a copy of
the olllclal order uu the subject could bn
obtained Major General V, C. Alns
worth., military kecreliiry through
whose hands nil army orders pass, re
plied that tho department would give
out nothing on the subject for the pres
ent ilo said:
'Tor Mime time Iho department line
been doing Its utmost to place tho re
rponsiblllty for this riot. II has not
leeched tlio report of Inspector den
oral Carllugton It would bo tery mi
wlso to make public ut this time Urn
steps wu are taking In tlio Intettlga
Hon." White 1 1 mine oflliluU alto refused to
dlaiimr Iho older lead tu the negru sol
diers by Hernial Carllugton
True Toy Talk
We are now exhibiting for the Chrlttmat trade, one of the
most extensive and attractive ttock of TOY8, DOLL8 and NOVEL.
TIE8 ever dltplayed In the Itlandt.
Our buyer purchased at a low figure, to that, true to this ttora'a
policy, they could be told for lett than other atk
Whn we loiaen selling prlcw nothing
la aubittructed from quality.
I near at hand. We will have a gen
erout tupply of both Chlcktnt and
Turkeys for you to choote from. Pla
ce your older early.
iThe ISLAND MEAT CO. J
TCLEPHONr, MAIN 78. FORT ST. 0?P. LOVE BLDO. m
lleuuers "A thing of beaut) Is U Joy
loiuter." Jnniiers "Dun't )ou liellme
It Yuii ought In sen soma nf the lieaii
llts when llicy ciimo nut of the. tkrau