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EVENING WJLLET1N, HONOLULU, T. IT., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 21, 190 8.
Fall Exhibit of Exclusive Millinery
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Have a drink now.
You'll be a long time thirsty.
GO TO THE
King and Mauna Kea Streets
WILL BRIBE VOTERS
Oratorical Mud Flung By
Tills letter, Ingham held, showed
plainly that Perkins nnd the commit
tees hud done nil the work for which
Kuhlo claimed the credit, nnd that
the Delegate had nothing to bing of.
lie hoped that the people would now
open their eyes and see who their
real benefactors had been, and would
refuse to bo stuffed with Republican
claims and promises.
"Tho people of Hawaii need a
change," said A. V. Peters, who Is
looking for a Supcivlsorlal seat. "For
fifty years things hero have been lop-
That tho Hrnubllcan. nuw that 'sided, and to cot u change you must
the corporations would be allowed to'voto the straight Democratic ticket,
contribute to the campaign rmid. Willi this I do not mean what tho
were planning the wholesale pur- Kopubllcuns call a straight ticket for
chase of votes was the charge made ""I" e,roolie,11 " u lf '"
l.v lno t.Vrn ll,n rinn.npmtl,. rnn.ll. MISl Uicy nuu Mime uiueiieiiueui i
date for Major, at the meeting held
by the Democrats tit Mollllll last
i.vnntnir. In addition to tills. l?d.
Ingham sailed Into Delegate K.iliinl'
annole, while A. V. Peters dug up the
1 Kaea and the Cat heart incidents nnd
made unkind icmurks about tho
Rtrnltrht llniittlitlpan ticket On (hit
whole, It was un Interesting meet-J nn rnn
Robert Pahau, a. candidate for Hep- LADUlrnUInL IlULCIlU
lescntative, who was tho (list speak'
, 'dictates; then they lire out some of
the regular nominees of their own
convention. Their straight ticket Is
I Among the other speakers wcro
Duko Kahnnamoku. B. K. llnthburn,
Willie Hall, Jesse Ululhl, and Georgo
The Irish Consul.
HE TREATS YOU RIGHT
er, was the real thing In sangulnlty.
He reminded his hearers of the fact
that the Republicans had boasted
that the Democrats had never been
able to elect a Representative from
the. KourtH- District, "and that they
would not bo able to do so In this
election. Pahuu, however. Bald that.
unless lie was very much mistaken,
thcio would be six Democratic Rep
resentatives elected from tho Fourth
Chas. Glrdlcr, another aspirant to
tho House, urged his hearers to vote
tho straight Democratic ticket. It
all tho Democrats did this, lie said,
there would nut bo u single Repub
lican elected. "They call me a co-connut-head,"
bald Ulrdler, In con
clusion, "but there Is more in this
head than you think."
Fern was tho speaker who produc
ed tho most excitement. Ho said
that he had lit en informed by Ho
publlcans that now that that party
wa3 to get great quantities of money
from the corporations, tho party
waB getting ready to buy votes at
tho into of 'i to i 2.G0 each. Ho ad
vised the voters to declino such of
fers, so as to bo placed under no ob
ligations when they entered tho vol
ing booths, but could go there with
a clear conscience and could voto tho
straight Democratic ticket. It tho
Democrats wero elected this would
show that tho boast of the Republi
cans was untrue, nnd that tho Hn
wallans were not bribe-takers, nnd
would tako no odoriferous money.
Ed. Ingham, who is a candidate
for Supervisor, called attention to
tho fact that the Republicans claim
ed the credit for everything In sight,
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by.
The Paint Shop,
134 King St
LADIES' FELT HATS, FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWEES, CHIF
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices,
Wire Frames Made to Order,
30 XING ST,
Our Sodas 30c per doz.
$1 a Year
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS,
"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
whether they had really' had any
thing to do with It or not. In this
connection ho rend aloud the follow
ing letter from Senator Perkins to
tho Chamber of Commerce:
'In this connection I would say
that I am always ready and willing
to do anything In "my power to ad
vance tho interest of the city of Ho
nolulu and tho people, of tho Hawaii
an Islands. In doing so I believe I
Mil working for tho best interest at
tho Pacific Coast States. As ovldcnco
of my good faith in tho matter I
havo but to cite )iu the fact thnt as
chairmun of tho Subcommittee on
Fortifications nnd Ordnance In the
United Stntcs Senate, my report and
advocacy of the bill for tho Improve
ment of Honolulu nnd PenrI Harbor
secured nnd made available- largo ap
propriations for this purposo at tho
last session of Congress. As rank
ing member of tho Committee on Na
val Affairs, I worked for liberal ap
propriations for the Improvement of
.four Naval Station. As a member of
tho Committee on Commerce, I re
ported favorably upon and secured
tho passago of u bill for an addition
al revenuo cutter which will enable
tho department to permanently sta
tion ono in the Hawaiian Islands. I
also favored tho appropriation for a
llghthouso tender nnd additional
lighthouses for two of tho ports In
Continuing their march around tho
Island, tho candidates Tor various of-nei-H
mi tho Homo Rule-Labor ticket
IimIiI a meeting last night at WalpahuJ
mo nuenuance was iiiiusuun iuiku.
Tho plantation laborers and the road
men wcro there to henr what they had
W. C. 'Aclil. candidate for Mayor, was
given rousing cheers ns ho commenced
to address tho crowd. It was pointed
nut to them that J. M. Kealohu, a
Homo Rule Supervisor on tho present
Hoard of Supervisors, was responslblo
for tho nay of Sl.DO per day, which tho
county laborer was now getting.
Aclil outlined tho initios or tno omco
of Mayor and told tho voters to use
their discretion on tho 3rd day or
D. Knlauoknlnnl, Sr. r'' a strong
speech In siipiort of the eun li0.it? for
Mayor, Aclil, and also thu whole tlckut.
He told them that It was Achl who
drew tho municipal bill and it was only
introduced In tho Senato by John C.
Tho candidates and tho lunas re
turned last night, while some of them
camo back today.
Drunkenness is a progrcsslvo dis
ease: tho moderate drinker is not sat
isfied with two or threo drinks' a day,
tho craving for moro and moro be
comes Irresistible as tho dlscaso ad
vances; tho result is Chronic Alcohol
ism. Thu treatment used successfully by
thousands right In their own homes Is
Orrluo. It Is sold under a posttlvo
guarantee to, effect a euro or your
money will bo refunded.
Orrlnc No. 1, Is tho secret remedy;
Orrlno No. 2 is for those willing to
tako tho treatment. Either form costs
$1. Wrlto Tho Orrlno Co., Washing
ton, D. C, for booklet, mailed in plain
sealed envelope. Sold by leading drug
gists and In this city by Honolulu
Drug Co., Fort streot.
We have just received over $20,000 worth of Regal
Shoes for men only in the latest Fall styles. These shoes
are made to conform to the natural shape of the foot, with
out looking square and clumsy.
They have clear-cut lines, a full treading surface, and
a slight swing. Made of the best wearing leathers known
today the Black King Calf, Kid, and Colt leathers.
You can be absolutely sure of finding a perfect fit in
our Quarter Sizes. ,
Bring your old shoes to us to be repaired while you
K REGAL SHOE STORE, &
!t McCANDLESS BUILDING, corner of KINO and BETHEL. W
Tho following program will ho
rendered by the Hawaiian band this
evening at tho Capitol grouuds, com
mencing at 7:30:
March: "Farewell" Telkd
Overture: "Festival" , . Suppo
Finale: "Tnnnhnuser" .... Wagner
Selection: "11 Trovatoro" . .-. Vctdl
Vocal: Hawaiian Songs.nr. by Rergor
Selection: "Ileit of All". ..Wllllains
"Malanal" and "Aloha Oo"..Herger
"Maunnwlll" nnd "Moannlua"...
-. . . Ilergcr
"Tho Star-Spangled Hanncr"
of trying to rent or sell things by a placard in a win
dow is still resorted to by people with antediluvian
ideas. Almost invariably these people have old-fashioned
articles to sell or stuffy rooms to rent. Reading
the newspapers, uowadays, both news and advertising,
is essential to progress. Since modern people use the
newspapers, up-to-date bargains are to be found in
them. There is hardly a legitimate human want that
cannot be supplied by either reading or using BUL
LETIN WANT ADS. If you want your shaie of
business, use the MODERN method of securing business.
NEW AUTOMOBILE RATES
The Auto Livery will from tilts
date reduce all automobile work 25
1cr cent. 1 passenger lnsldo city
limits Punahou St., Wylllo St., or
Knmehameha Schools, SO cents; call
ing or shopping S3 per hour; contin
uous driving in per hour; Jt second,
S3 for third. Around Island M0. B.
II. LEWIS, Proprietor. Tel. No. C.
YOU NEVER SAW CURIOS IN SAMOA LIKE YOU WILL SEE AT THE
DON'T F0IKJET TO SEE THEM.
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