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Fall Exhibit of Exclusive Millinery
f Oceanic Stated.
Honolulu Commandery Order
of the Temple.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 Ini
All vlilllng members of the
Order nre cordially Invited to
attend meeting ot local lodsi
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. 0. 0. r. Hall. Fort Street.
E. R. HENDRY. Secretary.
1JEN. P. VICKERS, N. Q.
Alt visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, Ho. 2, K. OF P.
Meets ovory 2d and 4th Tuesday
of each month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Fort and Beretanla Sts.
Visiting Brothers cordially welcome
vV. L. LYLE, C. C,
F. WALDRON, K. of R. & B.
OAHU LODQE. No. 1, & of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening nt 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fcrt nnd Beretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
I A. 0. DEERINO. C.C..
JAS. W. WHITE, K.R.3.
HONOLULU LODOE 616, B. P. 0. B.
Honolulu Lodge No. 018, D. P. O.
B., will meet In tholr hall on King
near Fort Street overy Friday even
ing. Uy order of the E. R.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. H. McINERNY, E. R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, X.of?.
Meets evory 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot F.
Hall, cor. Tort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, C.C.,
E. A. JACOnSON, K.R.8.
HONOLULU AEBIE 140, F. 0.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY 'evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to At
tend. W. L. FRAZEB, VT Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. B. ARLEIGH, Sachem.
'A. E. MURPHY, C. of It.
At All Watohdealeri.
. Atrent tor uawanan uianoi,
Cjr. FORT and KING Bts., Honojnlu.
, EXCELLENT LAUNDBY WORK
done by th
'with'1 their Jjejr WMCH
$57 BewtanJa St - . Jhone 181.
Because it will enable you to
have your meals on time and
there will be no more running
for the car that resembles
Time; it waits for no man.
Consider a Gas Stove from an
economical point of view and
only the man who does not
care will continue to burn
money. You can see the good
points in a gas stove demon
strated three times a week in
the Y. W. C. A. rooms.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
BEST MEALS IN TOWN AT
Convenient for Orpheum Attendant!.
lit Door Wailciki of Central Pine Sta.
Waverley Builoin, Bethel St.
Personal Attention Given to Cuiiin
and Table Service at All Hours. Beit
Meals at Seasonable Frices.
CHARLES H. EICHLBB, Prop.
Of All Kindt And Descriptions At
Emma St. near Beretanla.
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTUEEH
By the Latest Improved Machines..
Men's Soles', 75 cents' (sewed) ;
Men's Heels, 25 cents.
Repairing Nearly pon,e.
249 NORTH KING ST,
,1-jl . 1,' l. . i. -i .- ,
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
If you have a Beal want a Bul
letin Want Ad. will fill it.
Thurlow'i for a lunch or dinner,
(let your lunch at the New England'
Bakery, Hotel street.
A notice appears In thin Issue or the
annual meeting of tho Oahu County
Sheriff Iuukcn thin morning started
In the train on n stumping tour around
Miss Adelo do Lnrtlguo will loavo
for tho CnaBt on the Lurllnc, November
3, to remain.
The annual meeting nt tho Oahu
Cotitury Cluh will bo held In the Young
Hotel on tho 30th iiiBt.
Wm. Pfoteuhaucr leaven In the Ala
meda tomorrow for IiIb former homo
In Germany and a year's vacation.
On Installments of S3 per month you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sewing machine. Benny 'A Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12SC Fort St. Phone 488.
Tho Financial Secretary of the Ha
waiian Engineering Association (,W. L.
Katon) can be found nt tho Evening
Bulletin every day (except Sunday)
I between 12 m and 1 p. m.
Mrs. C. L. Dlckcrson will lia;o her
i millinery opening Tuesday, Wcdn
day and Thursday of this week. Every
lady of Honolulu Is kindly Invited to
call and Inspect tho latest In huH an I
I.um Kim, a Chinese, appeared bo
foro Judge Amlrado today cm a charge
of vagrancy. Ho was nlleged to have
been sneaking about tho Kniulaul
Homo premises at iifcht. After the
testimony bad been heard the court
took tho matter under advisement.
AFRAID OF LIGHT
Acting President 55. K. Meyers of
tho Civic Fcdciiitlou wns asked thU
morning for a list ot names of tho
members of tho Federation.
Mr. Meyers ul tho tlmo until that
ho was new at tho business of Civic
Federation, but he saw no reason
why the names hhoul'd'not be mndo
public, as t la a supposedly public
organization. Ho said he would
communicate vth his associates.
Later In (ho day Mr. Meyers stated
that ho could not plvo out tho names,
tho POLICY OF SECRECY having
been determined upiju two years ago
AND IT COULI) NOT UK CHANGED
yVlTIIOUT A FULL. MEETING OF
THE FEDERATION AND IT WOULD
REQUIRE TWO WEEKS TO CAtL
As the situation stands, tho CIVIC
FEDERATION U u SECRET SOCIE
TY cither ASHAMED or AFRAID of
Its membership that has supposedly
been pledged to nil sorts of foolish
things liy Scudder, Dickey, and Cns-
IAs n practical political fact, tho
Civic Federation Is a sort ot political
hold-up club, that carefully avoids
a general meeting.
Following Is'tho "jirogram vfor tho
public conceat tonight, commencing nt
7:30 o'clock, at Thomas Square by tho
Tango Maxlxo I.a Glanctto
Seieiindo I.a Alhambra Ilroton
Sardnna Gavin i.. Breton
Selection Nobucco Vorll
Vocal Hawaiian songs... ar .by Borgcr
election Jolly Jingles Noat
(a) A Waltz Dream
. . . . Strauss
(li) Mexican Kisses ,
. ... Roberts
Finale Tho Cavalry Bohm
Tho Star Spangled Banner.
A Most lxteIen Asaortmeot of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO ST. ' ' PHONE MS.
THE BEST "FITTEES,rIN TOWN.
irrt v- . it it
WASHINGTON, I). C Oct. IMS.
a cot dial reply to President Roojcvolt's message thanking him for the
great reception given the Battleship Fleet.
TOKIO, Japan, Oct 20. A wireless message from the Amerlrnn
Fleet says that It has separated, Admiral Emory's squadron going to
Amny, nnd tho rest of the command,
Philippines for target practise.
TAFT AND BBYAN TALKING
NEW YORK, N. Y Oct 2C
pnlgn with a tour of Connecticut Tonight Mr. Ilr.vnn spoke nt Madison
Square Garden tc a record crowd nnd
OTTAWA, Canada, Oct. 20. Tho
election, sustaining Lnurler's administration, but by a reduced niajmlly.
AUSTBIA AND TUBKEY
LONDON, Eng., Oct 20. A rupture In the negotiations between Aus
tria nnd Turkey Is officially denied.
WASHINGTON, 1). C. Oct. 20.
his fiftieth birthday Tuesday.
GEEAT FIRE AT
ST. JOHNS. N. I-'., Oct. 20.
here. Tho loss, Is 1500,000.
TAFT SUBE WINNER
(Continued from Faee 11
West Virginia, the State of Missouri
with Its IS votes.
As It gets closer to Election Day,
confidence is growing that Mr. Taft
will carry New York (oven though
Mr. Chnnler may bent Mr. Hughes
for the onlec or Governor nt the same
time). This Is tho way I feel, nnd
for that reason I look for u Taft vic
tory, never mfnd what happens In tho
other doubtful Stnlcs. At this writ
ing, In Ohio and Indiana It looks as If
Hryan has the Key to tho situation
as he will have tho last say in those
two States nnd they are both ex
tremely doubtful Stntcs.
Tho campaign will bo practically
ended In this State, both Bryan nnd
Taft giving tho wock commencing
October 20th to Now York. Mr. Taft
has not thrown tho Roosevelt cloak
oft once during his campaign to date.
If ho Is beaten In Ohio. It will bo be
cause Mr. Taft has put "my policies"
uetoro any or tils own mens ncioro
the peonle. and If by any chanqe RTO1 excused, and Dr. McDonald
Mr Tnft should loan New York it will Wlul Railed. Ho was tho attending
Mr. Tart sliouui lose New lorK It ln,nyl,It;.m nn McKlnnon. Ho explained
be for the samo reasons. , 10 jllry ,, C(mrl jho tecntlcnl
Tho noxt Congress will not havo naturo of tho wounds on McKlnnon's
us many stalwart Cannon men as tho head. Ho stated that death had prnb
present House contains, Jenkins of ably lesulted from tho wounds, which
Wisconsin did not even rccelvo n rn-
nomlnntlnn. Many Republicans try-
ing to Bet rcnomlnatlons havo had to
promise (rumors only) that
would not favor Cannon for Speaker,
However, It Is not expected that Can
non will not bo re-elected Speaker of
e House If tho Republicans win. It,1'1, """i tho wounds could linvo been
, . .i i.,.. ii 'caused by It. It was marked Kxh b t
cans a change of about thirty thou- Qno for ,ucnl,nca0Ui
sand votes In tho corrpct Kcpuuncau
Congressional districts to turn ine
lauies prnviiic.il somo oi mo present, miss ni-i-uii-n in no in uiu iiiiugs inai
districts DeniQcratlo by Bmnll major- ,l'o I1 nut know. Ho had forgotten a
itlcs.nt the last election do not .. KBt inaiiy material facts, QVeti not
verse themselves nt tbo same tlmo.
(Coatinued from Face 1
or thrco years aftcr'hls jlcath, though
this Is left to her own discrotloivAftcr
his dnughtor'H death, tho Incomo is
to rovcrt to Mr. .Tnomas Bister, icni
thptiBund dollars aib 'to bo filven to
charity at th6 death of his daughter,
nnn mo remainder or tno esiaio is to
e.o to tits brotiior. aam s. Tnomas.
Tho will Is n peculiar one, Inusmuch
ns It docs not make any of thu specific
statements usually 'found n n last
testament. For lustnnco, In the stuto
incut of tho amount of property owned
by thu deceased, two leaseholds ot
buildings In Honolulu tiro jneutloiicd,
but what tlieso buildings nro or whero
tlioy nro Is not stuted. Again shares
m iuuuk in sono niamuiui iniiiu uru
mentioned, luit no speolflc infornm -
lion regarding thorn Is given.
The JVeeky Edition pf .trio Eyenlna
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day. '
The Enipetor of Japan has cabled
under Admiral Sperry, going to tho
Mr. Tuft opened bis Eastern r.uu-
Liberals have tiliiinphed In the
President Roosevelt will celebrate
dock and two ships have been burned
(Continued from Face 1)
t this point, boweer, Thompson out
ored bis objection to the witness pro
ceeding any further, this objection nr
turw arils being overruled.
Continuing this morning. Reed stat
"I rushed Into tho room nnd Wynno.
mot mo Ihcro and said excitedly, 'Jim- Tonight u rousing incetlng will In
inlu Reed, l'vo killed tho ''held nt tbu em nor or Wilder uvenui
and I'm glad of It.' I then rushed tiut;uni iiinnliini streets and another at
on deck. 1 told him to shut up nnd . Kniulaul Tract In tho Tilth Dlslilct.
rushed out on deck. I saw Wynno At n,0 wilder avontie meeting tin
onco moro that night, on deck." t;rt,x Hpoak0iH will ho all tho candidate!
"Wliat ling does tho Rosocrans sail , f,. neinescntatlvo from the Finn lb
under:" asked Rawlins. This was
objected to by Thompson, but IiIk ob
jection wns overruled by Judge Dole,
nnd Reed stated that tho Rosocrans
flow tho American (lug. Iluwllns hero
finished his questions, and turned tho
witness over to Thompson for cnibs
examination. Thompson told Reed that sumo ofi
the miutlcnl terms used In his testi
mony had been ton much for tho land
lubbers, and iibked for elucidation.
Rnullns, however, produced u map
ot the ship drawn by Rued ami this
was bhown to tho Juiy and tho Judge.
bad been indicted by some heavy.
blunt iiisttumcnt. Ho stated that tbu
wounds bad been canned by moro than
,ltllivy ,)1()Wi Tuj b(111C(1 (lf 10
head vvcro broken in small fragments
nnd grated together.
A heavy hummer was then produced
ly tho prosecution nnd McDonald stat
Bright, first assistant engineer, was
( then called. Ills chief valtio as a wit-
knowing whether or not ho worked on
tho Rosccrnns Inst year, although ho
stated that ho wns employed on tho
thlp at tbo tlmo of tho murder.
TDK JAPANESE LINER. Hongkong'
Mnrit, which Is duo Hero from Yoko -
liama day after tomorrow. Is bringing
M0 tons ot freight for these Islands,
"' bui-i-iji biud v. incior is uiiui
hero vvilliln thonext fow days en rimto
tn tho Paclllc Coast, to Join tho Pacific
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,8 FWye "rt to wearers of
ums. nci us ui you
A.N. Sanf ord,
Optician, Boston Building.
t fc Hri.w
IN FOREIGN P0RT8
Monday, October 20.
Tuesday, October 27.
BALTIMORE Sailed Oct. 20:
Up. Dlrlgo, for Honolulu. .
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Oct. 27:
P. M. S. S. Siberia, for Honolulu.
SAI.INA 1U'Z Anlxt-it, Oct. 21:
S. S. Columbian, finm llll"! Oct. 10
SAI.INA Cltl'Z Salted Oct 25.
S. S. Arlzanan, for San Fruiic'jco.
March In Grand
Republican Puliation and Wll-
dor avenue. .
Republican Kulul.ini Tract.
Democratic- - C. Hall's res- -
Democratic Kallhl Camp.
Itopiibllcan campaign inauagois aie
groulug nioro confident each day in
rcpoits aru biought In showing tin
progiess of tho party workers
Speeches nio being given every even
ing at illHerent pobils iiiimud the Is-
laud anil are most enthusiastically ul
niHtilct. Including A. 1). Castro, .1. C
Cohen, I-:. A. Douthltt, J. K. Kamanmi
III. K. A. C. Long and It. W. Shlnge;
John Hughes, R. W. Qiilnn and Kdgar
llcurlqucx, tho Soniitmlal camllilateu;
John Wlso, .las. Blckiroll. 1). Kal.uioka
lajil, Jr., John Calhfirt, II. JI. von
Holt ami ( J. Holt.
At Kalillaul Tract tho speakeis will
bo S. I'. Correa, A. S. Kalelopu. David
K. Kama, It. Kinuuy, S. 1. Kuleliia
and H. B. Mlkaleml, all candidates fo
Supervisor. Mulc will bo fiirnlhhoi
for both meetings by Hawaiian qiilntc'
Besides I lie legul.ir evening meet
lugs some of tbu best speakers go
orowda of voters together at noon and
accomplish veiy effective woik. A
meeting was held today at noon on the
watiirriont. thu sponkeis being II. M
von Holt, Wm. Abla and John C. Lane
Saturday night a rousing rally will
bo held in tho vacant lot next to the
Club Stables on Foit street, nt vvhlcl
special speakers will address tho audi
thico. Tho meeting will bo enlivened
by moviiigiletiiros thrown on u screen
Col, J. Walter Jones hns been given
tho work of organizing a grand torch
light parado Tor next Saturday night
and Joel Cohen has been appointed v
coinniltteo of one to devise vailuir
means of advertising, such as sandwich
men, wagons enclosed with bantierb
etc. To Cohen also him been ilulegat
ed thu duty or seeing that Intel entlng
moving plctuios nro shown every night
nt tho mooting beginning tonioriow
night mid i milling until the election
Altogether much ontliuslnni l.i he
lug shown and tlm outlook U vi.i-i
gratifying to tho ramiialun ni-in.iirer.
pi ipiril inv nrsrii
till AllIrK MAY KrALH
...... ...... ..u,vi
HERE ON ANY BAY
The 1' 8 S, (Under, supply ship.
Is expected lieu- within the. next few
days. It in uii'ifllcliilly stated that
tho Glacier Iii.k been detached fiom
the Atlantic Fleet ami ordcied to Join
tho ciulhois ut Magilalcna Bay. Lo
ral .Naval authoiltles havo received
I no olUclal (oiiflnmitlon ot tho tepoit,
however. It Is not believed by thoso
who are In a position to know that
the Glacier m l ho very rlojo to this
port, as tlm bhlp is equipped with u
poweiful wlroles" outfit and would
have becu spoken boforo now.
ivLlms. , -li'rinT -,, , ,;lMt ijllMfiHui ff -
n-m.lli m. p u m
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1. 1 1
Fltst quarter uf the moon Nov. 1.
Hawaiian standard time m Hi huur.
JO minutes slower than urvenwlou
tlmo, being that of th-s meridian ot l&I
legrees 3U uilnutcs tlo umo wiusiio
jluws at 1:30 p. m., which is tho samo
xs Greenwich, 0 houro 0 minutes, tiuu
md moon are for IjcuI lltuo Jor vho
Monday, October 20.
Sp. .Million Chllcott, for S.in Fran
Slmr. lwiilnnl, Self, fur lliinukn.i, C
Si nir. Nociiu, Saths. for KUauea, li
T. K. K. S. S. Amoilca Mtiru. Flliuur,
lor Yokiihauia, ." p. m.
Tuosdiiy. October 27.
Stinr. Jlauna Ke.t, Fieenutii. for llllo
and way ports, 12 noon.
Slmr. W. (1. Hall, Thomps fur
Kauai ports, 12 noon.
Stinr. Mlkahala. Phillips,' for Minolta!
unil Maul ports, .' p. m.
(). S S. Al.inioil.i. Dovv-ilell, for S.m
Finiiclsc.il, 10 a. in.
' DUE TOMORROW
M. N. S. S. L.rllne,
Per 8. S. Manna Koa, Freonian, for
illo, 12 in. Then. Jones. A. C. Hall,
lohn .lackhon. Miss MrCinldeii, Mrs.
Mucin, Miss Clara I). Law, MlhS lug
H, .1. Hay Wilson. W. Khbellng. Mlr.a
nnp, Ruby l.ua, Miss K. Wateimili,
Irs. F. C. Sjiillh, J. A. Magulro and
vlfo, A. L. (Ireeiiwcll. Geo. Mtin-Ion,
lr. II. II. Metcuir, Kov C. G. Iliiniltam
mil wife. Dr. F. II. Hiiinpliils, J. .1.
'ago, Dr. Allien, Julian Mousariat. W.
Vedner, J. W. Douild, .1. S. Nlcary, 11.
.''. lieckley, Lucy Kaposa, Mrs. Susu
nago, Miss Monh-un, Miss Wtxidwuid,
Mis. A. G. Sto.ld.nt, Miss W. II.
rant, Mrs, Chas. McCarthy, M, Don
umltz, llydu Smith, Fred" lliiirlsou,
IIks Iroun llnnlson, MIks Rlslo liar
Isou, Mis. W. Livingston. Curl Wide
nanii and wife Dr. lliitchliiiiou, Hi. J.
I. Whitney, Miss Allliouo. Rov. V.
1. Allton, Dr, F, J. Clark, W (1. Walk
r, E. A. Peek, J. II. Roundl, MIJ
.ampton, Miss Ilourc, J. I'ottlngcr. W.
. Kinney, Mltos C. Danlelson, Mrs.
.ash, A. II, Audrade
I PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per O. S. S, Alameda for San Fran
cisco, Oct. 28 F. II. Brawn, -Mlii J.
U. Hnpplii, G. C. Miller, Mrs. Geo. Do
'.a Veigno, T. 1. Ronton, MIshJ K.
"erklns, C. 11. Wells. R. II. 'Wheolar,
Mrs. C. Rlx Collins. E. II. Halloy, .1. E.
Thonipbon, F. Smith, .1. Leahy. J. II.
Wllkon, Goo. Rhoail.1, Mr. ami Mrs. E.
I. Lord, W. Pfolenhaiior, N. G. ('.mi
ilon, Geo. K. Gliilman. Mih, J, l Hol
ier, Mr. Ronton, D. Van Million, Mr
. F. Knudsen. J, W Koyslon, 1'. E.
Thompson, A. 11, Thurlow,
ON TIll'RSDAY the Matson liner
Liirllno will urrlvo heio fiom the IM
llflo Const Wireless eoiuiiiiiiilcatlon
.vas established vvlth tho ship last
THE HONGKONG MARU in sched
uled to reatli this port toiniurow frojii
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor. $175. Complete.
THE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St.
f,7fl - 1fr.Ag - lJtf - - 'Jtffrllil , ..j.