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ON AUGUST 15th we began a clean-up sale in our Dry Goods and Clothing Departments. We advertised bargains, and the liberal response and immense
success of the Sale was proof our advertisements were not misleading. The result now is we have opened and arc opening, exLurline, the Grandest
Stock of GliNERAL DRY GOODS, MILLINERY, FANCY GOODS, MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHiNG, etc., that we have ever shown in the history
of our business.
We are now turning our attention to the
Shoe Department, and will Close Out alt surplus lines with a Bargain Sale commencing Monday Morning, Nov. 2nd
Amongst many other lots will be about iooo Pairs of the Famous S0R0SIS SHOES for Women. We must have room in this department for large shipments'
of shoes an the way. A sample of every number we offer will be shown on. tables in the department. For particulars as to style and prices please see our Circulars,
The sale begins on Monday, and will continue until every odd line is cleared out. !
L. B. KERR & Co., Ltd., Honolulu Dept. Store, Alakea St.
LA FOLLETTE TO
Will Issue Paper That
Will Contain His
. MADISON, Wis.. Oct. S. Senator
l.aTollutte In to H;irt a Commoner.
11 will not be called the Commoner,
however, and in" fact, thb name, If
decided upon, has not been made pub
lic. The unnouncement of the sen
utcr'u Intention was made by him
today In the following statement:
"The increasing demands upon me
for nddresses mid for Mich printed
matter on reprcscntatlc government
ns I furnish for public distribution
have Impressed m with the belief
.lint I ulw...lrt rkinl.lleh 11 WdllblV 1!1-
per,-published primarily In support
'of'KOVcrnmcnt by tho people.
General Policv of Publication.
"With assuicd support 1 shall pio-
reed at once with the u-gular publl-
cation of a weeuiy magazine, dooted
Soi!r.rn'S. arc. X
luulve people of the entire country,
1 shall print the records of public
olllclals and political parties on vital
' questions. I rhall- discuss men and
.measures Impaitlally and fearlessly.
Wife, to Edit Home Department. , ,
'"With tho assUtanco of able
, yVrltcrs and loucspondents I will
'. furnish readeia a summary of Import-
" nut news, a digest of proceedings In
congress, a leport of the progress
made In the xtruggle for seir-govcrn
' inciit In clttcj and states and time
ly, well-considered contribution? and
editorial discussion upon economic,
llimuclal and poclal auctions. The
paper will deal not only with these
problems, but .is widely as possible
with ntlmr niipstlons of human In -
tcfest. Mrs. I-aKi)Uette will hnve a of mattresses belonging to the WooJ
iHjpartment, In wh'lch education "nnd ward family which were ordered burn
.the home will be discussed from tho ll( th uack ynl,i bv n Uoard of
woman's standpoint. I Health Inspector. A spark fiom tho
SrpKl'Sser' never be burning mattresses was carried by
too well kerved The contest be- wind to the roof of the house,
tween special pilvllege and tho com- whero It Immediately ktarted a blnzu.
mon good is drawing close, and Is Tho trouble wns soon discovered, and
becoming more critical. The need the Inspector and tho neighbors
of plain spoech mid bound measures moimicd the roof with pot und hose,
was never greater. I shall make this au, nlnllascd to extinguish the flames
iiairvt uvtuto vii uiiiii viiiiiba uiu
vigilant champion of true reprcscn-
HONGKONG MARU IN
PORT WITH FREIGHT
Tho Toyo Klsen Kalslm Hongkong
Maru reached, tho Hnckfeld whaif
shortly boforo""10 o'clock this morning.
Tho ship carried 800 tons of freight
nnd 24 hags of mall for this port,
l'loasant weather was encountered!,...,, a. ., .',., ,i,i,' , ,i
most vf tho way from Yokohama hero.
but a heavy head wind and correspond-
ing seas made It Impossible to inako
without Incident, Tho Hongkong Maru
will pioceod on her way about 10
o'clock tills evening.
SHIP 'REACHES PORT
The HamburR-American steamer
Arabia, under charter to tho Portland-
Asinuc ""iw. "'""' V"r
fold wharf at 8:30 o'clock. Tho ship
brought 138 tons of freight and tweu-
ty-flvo' bags of mall for this ort. Tho
t 'Arabia, winch is commanuija ny uapt.
nUUJJIBUU Ol lllV 4lullllillHlim:ilv;uil
. Coin nam', was seventeen days out
"ii.rP.n) yo.1ipl""w IfVa.Vy ..ll(Jtt;",?',
- speed of only eight knots could bo
CT w Stock of Numbers we are Not Repeating
$1J,UU(J SLAUGHTERED REGARDLESS
TRIAL OF WYNNE
IS RESUMED TODAY
Deputy U. S. Attorney W. T. Haw-
illns was sufficiently recovered fitn.i
Milu iitt.-iek tt lllnnntt In rpsmnn
prosecution of John Wynne
moiuliig. The wltncHscH called woie
Immaterial, being police officers who
testified as to beelng Wynne on the
night of the nlleged crime and a to
what condition he wax In.
Henry Ksplnda, who arrested
Wynne, stated that he Binelled liquor
on the defendant when he put the
handcuffH on him. Kuhalenahu, who
stated that he had been a lloutcuui.t
of police for moie than nine year J,
also Bald that he smelted liquor on
the defendant but he did not tlil.tlc
that he was drunk.
I Stephen Parker was also called,
and IiIb testimony wan an ito the ex
act time that John Wynno'8 name
was inura uu mu iimne icum.. .-
gardlng this there was some Interest-
Ing things brought out. Several of
tli mcmbeis of the crew of the Rose-
crnng tcstnied that the happening!
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nave been made, for the crime was
committed tin Friday, Sept. 20th.
COFFEE POT USED
FOR FIGHTING FIRE
A dangorous fire in tho congested
district on Punchbowl street near
the head of Emma wns this morning
averted by the piompt use of a cotfeo
., ,. o.nP1ipn hnse- which wme
, , , UBe aa lirprovei, Brc.
MBhtlnB apparatus. .
I The flro was started fiom a heap
before the fire department arrived,
lleyond tho burning of a hole In tho
loof no damage was done
RALLY AT AALA
Tho Homo Rulc-Laborltes will h61d
their meeting tonight at tho corner of
School and I.lllha streets. All tho
candidates will speak. D. Kalauoka-
L.,,,' ,''fllrnbjica b t, Wu, 0eo
,,, , ., ,h, , lw,v ' , ,i,
J of Walklkl, where It Is sald.l
thoy wero well received
Tomorrow night at Aala Park, the
Homo Rulers and Laborltes will hold
a big rally. Candidates will speak in
English and Hawaiian. Tho principal
cpeakers will bo W. C. Achl. Georgo
C. Beckloy, If. C. Vlda, It. W. Davis,
J M Poepoe and several others. Tho
speeches will bo brief In order that
oery candidate may speak.
i James Kelly, who for twenty years
was constantly under the surveillance
of United States and llritlsh Colmn
ul cmloma oflicials ua one of tho
border's most notorious smugglers, is
reported dead tit Port Towiibond,
I riiuptm f p,.rv ,m,i nrw rvmn.
l". Ohio, voted to abolish saloons,!
ty-nlne saloons will lmvo to go out
The birthday of Ilia Imperial MuJ-
jesty, Mutsuhlto, the Emperor of J.i
pnn, will be fittingly celebrated here
by the local Japanese on November
:!d. Consul General Uycno, assisted
by Vice Consul Abe nnd the start of
the Consulate, will hold a reception
In tho forenoon at the Consulate.
Abe, tho Vice Consul, staled this
forenoon that Consul (leuernl Uycno
will receive tho Jnpanesc callers on
tho- third floor of the Consulate f-om
8 to l'O o'clock on Hint dav. The of
ficial reception will be held on the
second floor fiom 11 to 12:30 o'cloik.
Dining this time the Consul wlll-re-
celvo the members of tho Consular
Corps, tho Federal and Territorial of-.
flclals. tho Armv nnd Navy officer.
and the ptomlnent merchants of Ho-
nolulu. nefreshments will be served
tor me guests.
In the evening the Consul Oencral
will give on entertainment und din
ner for tho Japanese on the tlilid
floor. A musical piogrum is being
arranged for the occasion.
Poster and tclcginm favoring pollt-
Jcal paity repudiated by John Mitch
ell, former president of mlncrx.
Sun Francisco Democrats aslt Judge
Halter to resign from chairmanship
of central commltteo. ,
I Whitney & Marsh, Ltd. I
FANCIES and PLAIN, in SINGLE DRESS PATTERNS and
BY THE YARD. "
This will be a great opportunity for FANCY WORK
and PRESENTS for the near-by HOLIDAYS.
Amongst others we will offer :
JAP SILKS, 20 inehes wide, in Black and Red only,
at 25c yard.
KIMONO and CUSHION SILKS, 30 inches wide, RE
DUCED FROM 75c to 55c yard. ,
GUARANTEED PLAIN TAFFEtAS, $1.00 quality, RE
DUCED to 75o yard.
CHIFFON DRESS PATTERNS no duplicates RE
DUCED from $15.00 to $10.00 PATTERN.
REMNANTS, for fancy woik, etc. All silks guaran
teed or money refunded.
HONOLULU. T. II., FRIDAY.'OCT. 30,
Women's and Children's Shoes
A cargo of seasick hogs caused end
less trouble on board tho steamer
I Maul this morning. Tho iiorkcrs In
flated on playing dead and it wan not
until a stream of water was turned on
them tUn( they could be Induced to
aliow, enough Interest In life to moi.
When onco they did mow, theru
1 was something doing. There wero
veventy-slx in alt, and the racket thoy
madci was enough In shatter the ear
drunm of the most stolid Individual.'
livery part or the ship was invaded anil ,
tho task of unloading required neailyl
Tho crow of tho Man has sworn off ,
on hogs and If more than three aro
taken on any ouo titp again, tho sea
men threaten to hike out In a body.
in .,. rollrsn the nrcumint mi
, n.u .. n ...i i....n ,..
i.avo ....rtai,. niietnti,,,,,, stricken out
? " ?'" "S" w u 2 I
imii,,i dlvotr-a in Now York. It do-
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yeloped that she charged he abused
her on n trip up tho Nile, becnufo alio
had her head 'rhnmpooed instead of
watching tho scenery, and also ob
jected because, she rode In u carriage
with an Egyptian prince named Mo
Mnor Illalno of Champaign. 111.. I
fired a shot from u revolver In "in cf-
fort to stop sophomores, who were
hazing ficsliinC'i on the campus of the
Unheislty of Illinois.
Next, Nov. 2,
BEGIN A GREAT
SURE OF TAFT .
Latest Canvass Assures
Now York, Oct. 21. On tho cvo,ofi
nls last campaign visit to Chicago,
where ho will remain two days. Cbtlr-
man Hitchcock of tho Kcpubllcan Na-
ttoual Commltteo expressed himself
more confidently than at any tlmo
klncu ho assumed tho management, of
tho Republican campaign. .He de
clared today that Now York was ab
solutely safe for tho national, and State
tickets, und added that' ho "was 'con
fli,clit ,hat California, .Ojegon- "nd
W! "S?.."" T?! . ,.!W:ftWft-
..T... iiiiintiiiifH. ill. whh HaiixnHii.niHn.
ho said, with conditions In Colorado,
Nebraska and Kansas, and liu'thought
Montana was safely Republican,
though ho did not look for any over
whelming pluralities lu that Rtuto.
As to Missouri, Kentucky and Mary
land, he regarded thu lost States us
surely Republican, and in tho other
two ho thought there awn a fighting
Kor. ' - novcrnor Myron T. er.
rick of Ohio camo to. Rupubllcan na-
tlonal headquarters today and 'made
the following statement:
"Tho host evidence' that Ohio will
lenialn true to Republican faith Is
found lu tho attitude of tho labor 'olo
nient of that State. A few days'igo
two polls wero taken In tho railroad
shops at Cleveland, which resulteti as
follows: Taft, 1744; Bryan, 510; dohbt
fill, 491. ,
"Tho Republicans of Ohio havo con
cluded to put aside tholr local quar-
iois ami voio tor Tart anil Sherman;
Tho labor peoplo particularly feel that
In voting for Tnft thoy are voting to
continued McKlnley's Ideas, which
brought them out of tho depths. Sen
ator Forakor, while not actively en
gaged In tho campaign, Is too patriotic
to want to sco Uryan elected. The
strong tide for Taft set In from' tho
day ho began, speaking In Ohio. An
other' thing which has strengthened
the faith of tho Republicans In Ohio
was tho appearance thcro of Governor
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Oct. 29. 1008,
a u m Robertson and wf to Tr of
Ahahui Kaaliumanu D
Jas R Lovo to Annie K Hart D
Annie K Hart and wf to I) R Ban-
Territory of Hawaii to James It
(Lovo ct al ,...EiP
James U Lovo et al to J Alfred
II R Banning ct al to J Alfred Ma-
William II Castle tr to J Alfred
Magoon -. .Rel
Raymond Reyes by High Shtt . io
Henry Smith tr D
KallUlllI 11 II Co to Wlllfani O
. Scott '' D
fanny Sttauch and hsb to Kalau-
kua Mahl and wf D
A Lewis Jr and wf to Wm Rose . . .D
J Kahnpula to Walluku Sugar Co
Joaqu,n santos to Walluku Sugar
...,: ! !
Katioiul.il R Co to Ellon K Rob-
inson and hsb Rel
Kahulijl Jt R Co to Wm T-'Itobln-
80,n ' ;.U. .nel
Hawaii Hand Co Ltd triiCjidrloa
Copp and wf '. ,';v.'. . . . D
Entefpd J fir-Record 0ci36",1008,
D Kuplljurtk) et al to M'Matuga. ,U
T Mutuga.'to, Sasagawa v(4v).' . ,1 AL
ti-fvi . .;. iu
Ahahul Kajtluimanu liy.'tlv tp.Al 'It
M Robertson ,
Aloxander McKlbbln byrvuity' , to ' under 'investigation by tho San Frnn
Charlcs Conn Jr . . . . !'.'. ' -Hoi 'riafn nr,m,i imv
WILL OPEN 3EAS0N
FIVE YACHTS WILL-MAKE JOUR
NEY TO WAIARAE
Craft Are All in Fine Shape and Jolly
Trip Around the Island Is Promised,
Only Members" of Club Eligible To
Tho first cruise of tho season will
be made by the Hawaii Yacht Club
on Saturday, Nov. 7. Tho cruise will
be for members only and will bo par
ticipated In by u squadron' of II vo
yachts, under the command of Vice
Commodore Charles T. Wilder,
The cruise will be begun Saturdiy
afternoon, tho yachts sailing to Wul'i
nae. If winds uro 'favorable, they 'Will
return sometime Sunday nfternoon.
Tho craft which will participate nru
tho Hawaii, Luka, Kamehamohn,
Gladys, nnd Hawaii 1.
As the crulsq is the first that has
been undertaken this season. It is be
ing looked forward to with extinor
dlnary Inttrest by the members of the
club, aud,though a,.nunibcr of other
events ate sated for' tile same day, u
larye number will doubtless partici
pated . . -w
yith winds favorable, the cruise to
Walanae can be made In seven hours
at the most. As there will bn full
moon the night of the 7th, no one Is
worrying, however, as to how long
the trip Is likely to take.
All of the yachts aro In, fine trim
and there Is every Indication that tiiu
cruising season will be Inaugurated
under the most favorablo conditions.
All members who Intend to partici
pate In the crulso are, urged to com
municate with George Turner or K.
I). Rletow, at the earliest possible
FINALS TAKE TIME '
Excellent Play on All Sides Make
Tennis Tournament Lone;
Tho finals match In men's cham
pionship tennis doubles was begun
yesterday afternoon on the conrtn of
D.tho neretanla Club. As was to bu
i- - --.-i.--.
I expected from the four players who
ore competing for the doubles title,
the play was away abovo tho average
, In skill and form. The unexpected-
ncss,vof punhd, the graceful plclc-ups
by barren, ,the cross-court play of
cooke, and the lightning service of
.castle aro.umpio evidence of the fact
that' the claw of tennis played In Ho-
nofulu d6cs.,not suffer byv comparison
with lin Mm n nlnvirt nn f lm
mainland. ' l
ray n'tartijd promptly.-at 4 o'clock
but deuce' games and deuce sets uro-
ionged the match to huch an extent
that at 5:30 o'clock play was stopped
on account of darkness with the
score standing In the third Bet at one
.all. Play will bo resumed todav nn
.tho same courts at 4 o'clock nnul
'ji.. r. .., .i'0 ..hihiiin
tll0 cilttnC6a for victory are about
Henri Farmah flow forty kllome-
tors in 44 minutes In his aeroplane
ut Paris. French papers claim It as
tho speed record for aerc
uiu oiiecu luturu iur kiuiiiuiice,
Property owner alleges embezzle-
ment '00 -part of Mcleod company.
Only $4 each
Coyne Furniture Co.
The Leading Visible Type
writer Be sure and see this machine before
making a purchase elsewhere.
Wall, Nichols Co. Ltd.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
'The Finest Bathinc on the leach,'
Heals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, -AND CIGARS.!
W. 0. BERQIN, Proprietor.
L UN OHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Tack Scully. Jack Roberts.
4000 Green Roofing Slats 10'zlO".
Hi On and Two Prong Iron Fence
1 26-gallon DrumCommercial Eth
er. . ; ''
1 Castlron FitJlar wlih Flange.
fr 12" Wrought i Pip'."
EMHELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
LADD3S AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS
Of All Kinds.
J $&i&.u ,. Wti JiM&t(kifaJa
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