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HVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. !I WEDNESDAY. NOV. 4, 190S.
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wppiy iuifmiur Manicure m
Oceanic Second Decree.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Aloha Temple Special.
All visiting members of tho
Order nio cotdl.illy Invited to
nttend meetings of loral Xaise
HARMONY LODGENo. 3, 1. 0. 0. T.
Meets ! Monday evening nt
7:30 lu I. O. O I". Hull, Port Streot.
V It. HENDRY. Secretary.
DEN. 1 VlCKIMtS, N. 0.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE. No. 2, K. OF P."
Mceu evny 2d and -Itb Tuesday
ot each montb nt 7 :?.0 p. m. nt K. P.
Hall, corner Port and llcietanla Hta.
iVIsltlng llrothois cordially welcoaie
Y. L. LYL13. C. C.
K. WALDRON, K. ot It. & S.
OAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every fltst and third Fri
day evening nt 7.30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Pert and iteretnnla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invite 1 to attend.
A. (. DHISUINO, C C.
JAS. W. WHITE, K.K.S.
HONOLULU LODGE CIO. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, 11. P. 0.
n will meet lu their mil on King
near Port Street every Friday even
ing. lly order of the E. II.:
HENIIY C. EASTON,
WM. II. McINEUNY. 13. It.
Wtt. M'KIHIEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 1th Ratu'day
evening at 7 . 30 .o'clock In II. of P.
Hall, cor. Port nml llcietanla. VUlt
lng brother cordially Invited to nt
tend. W. L. I'lSAZEE, CC,
13. A. .IAC01ISON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 1th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
'lleretanln and Port streets.
VUltlng Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. I.. PRA55EH, W., Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy,
HAWAIIAN TEI5E No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every flint and third Thurs
days of each month ac Kulghts of
Pythias Hall. VisUIng biolhus cor
dially Invited to nttrnd.
A. U. AKLEIGII, Sachsm.
A 13 Ml RPIIY, C. ot II.
At All Watchdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. PORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
T R E N C H LAUNDRY
with their new FRENCH
257 Rtrctania St. Phone 1491.
Uic Best Whiskey on the Markflt.
THOS. F. McTIGHE & CO.. AGEN1S.
101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. V. 0. BOX 755.
The Best In Town.
TEL. 527. KING ST
in an automobile is just the thine. '
Call up 200 388 or 1458 and ask j
' KING ST. HEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION 'FURNITURE Made T(
Ml i)f the mI)ll
ances necchsnry to
enable, ono to lceep
(ini'u nalla In pro
per (omlltlon. Wo
hau Nnll Kilos,
Nnll Powders, Or
nngo Wood Stick"?,
mid tho prepara
tions used by Man
polishers. Come In
mid look t b o m
over without feel
ItiB tliat ' we ex
pect )ou In buy.
& Co., Ltd.
L HOTEL find PORT A
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
J. I. Silya's Store,
Tliis sale applies only to the main
store at Eleeie.
To make room for a consignment
of goods now en the way.
A Great Reduction
IN ALL LINES OF
These will be sold at
LESS THAN COST
ENGLISH TAILOR GOODS,
BOOT" AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
At Sacrifice Prices.
ALL THESE PRICES STRICTLY
A fine line of Fancy Wines and
Liquors for the Christmas trade in
our Liquor Department.
are 10 or 15 per cent, cheaper,
but they last just 50 per cent.
as long as
W. P. FULLER & CO.'S
And their cheapness shows
from the first day, and moie
and more every day.
Our Paint is superior iu
quality to any other; we
guarantee it to give perfect
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 200, 200, 1097,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
If you have a Real want a B u 1
letin Want Ad.' will AIL It.
Thurlow'i for a lunch or dinner.
Oct your lunch at tho Now England
Bakery, Hotel street
Tim funeral of tho late Mrs. Camp-bell-Parkur
will tako place this after-,
noon at' 3 o'clock from the Enina
On Installments ot 13 per month you
can purchase a Whlto Family Rotary
sewing machine, Henny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 126C Fort St. Phono 488.
Try nn Owl flvo-ci-nt cigar, you
smokers 'who bavo not smoked one.
It has (lib finest flavor and quality. M,'
A, (lunst &,Co Fort und King streets.
Mrs.'Kenrns will have delicious
homemade mincemeat for thahksglv-'
I nt? on 'sale nt all the leading 'grocery
houses. Just as cheap and twice as
nice as the Imported urllclc,
Reis & Quhin are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto StandPhone
199 Short runs 50c and $1.00 By
the hour $5.00 Special rate .lor.
shopping and calling.
AT KNUDSEN HOME
(Special to tho fl iff f o 1 1 n)
WAI.MKA, Kauai, .Nor. 2. On the
last day (if October lu the afternoon
a law party ot ladles gnthered in
the hospitable home of Mrs. Eric
Knudsen lu meet her sister Miss L'Or
miKe. llrldgo whist and croquet
wero the auiiiseiuents which occu
pied the minds of the merry com
pany. The house Is one of the n licit
In the district nml tho large lanal
looked Invitingly cool und ntlractlvu
with Its tropical' ferns and plants.
The chnrm of u hostess lies In the
email courtesies towanl her guests,
and Mrs. Eric Knudsen la a perfect
hostess, for her great wish seemed to
be that nil guests should share equal
ly of the pleasures, and It was de
lightful, for no one felt forgotten.
"To the victor belongs the spoils,"
says the old proverb, and, Miss L'Or
nngc added another spoon to her col
lection, as the winner of the croquet
set, while Mrs. Harrow ot Kekahu
was lonsoled as the laser by a pretty
pin. Mrs. C, II. llofgaard held tha
llrst prize nt the bridge tablo and
received n beautiful hatpin, while
Mm. (1. C. llofgaard ot Honokna, who
is Waiting Judge Hofganrd's, got the
consolation prize, a pretty little Ha
waiian pin, Mrs. Gay and Mrs. San
dow sang. Tho guests had all their
hearts could wlBh for, as the refresh
ments could not have been Improved
In a month Mrs. Eric Knudsen ex
pects her mother, Mrs. L'Orange,
from Norway, who lived here years
ago. Old friends will be delighted
to welcome her back, and new ones
will be eager to meet her, fur tew
women have left a memory like she.
The guests to meet Miss IOrange
were: Mrs. Vuldemnr Knudsen, Mrs.
W. Danford, Mrs. H. P. Faye, Miss
Fayc, MUs Cotlrell, Mrs. J. HJorth.
Mrs. I la rem, Mrs. Hansen, Miss Whlt
tlngton, Mrs. A. II. Lindsay, Mrs. A.
Lindsay, Mrs. C. II. llofgaard, Mrs.
G. C. Hofgaafd, Mrs. E. Omsted,
Mrs. O. Omsted, Mrs. J, Fassoth, Miss
C, Fassoth, Miss Decker,, Mrs. D. F.
Sandow, Mian It, Elston, Miss Strayne
Mrs. T, llrandt, Mrs. M. Mahlum,
Mrs. E. K. Mahlum, Mrs. F. Gay, Mrs.
(!. It. Ewart. Mrs. Scliultze, Miss Cam
cron, Mrs. Cl, Circle,
REAL ESTATE TIANSACTI0HS.
Entered for Record Nov. 2. 1908,
From 10 :30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
F M Swanzy to Hamakua Mill Co. .h
Joao I de Souzato M G Correa, .Rel
M G Correa and wf et al to San
Antonio Port Iin Soe of II M
Joseph Puamana to Sun Lin Yet
J Alfred Magoon and wt to Ethel
K Abrams ,...,. I)
Wm It Castle and w't to Honolulu
Gas Co Ltd D
Entered for Record Nov. 4, 1908,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m. ,
Pioneer Illdg & L Assn of Haw to
Maria Nlau Rel
Illlo Sugar Co to Hookano and wf
Hookano and wf to Ponahawal Cot-,
fee Co Ltd D
Seizo Yoshlzakl to Atsushl Hlsn-,
The Great California Physic Reader
Tha wondor of the age. Reads past,
future, and.nrescnt. Answors written
nucstlous by mall.-reads articles, slves
names, ago and place. Sybil, the phe
nomena, stopping for a tew weeks only
at tho Alexander Young Hotel on her
trip around the world.
Readings 11.00; life readings, $2.
Hours 9 a, in. to '12 m., 2 to 4 p. m.
Apply hotel office.
"for talf. oards at Bullttln.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
SB S. KING ST. PHONE KB.
THE BSBT "mTEES". Df TWH,
Taft's Great Victory
NEW YORK, N. Y Nov. 4 (.1:30 a. in. Taft has 298 decimal
wiles secure. Thirteen are doubtful.
Senate- Is unchanged. Following lire
tudlann. Taft lfi.ouo
Ohio, Taft r.U.UUO
Nqw York City, Taft II ,uu)
New York State, Taft "JOll.OOH
Oregon, Tnft - 25,000
'Coiiyctlcut, Taft ". ' 2(5,000
JKa'hlas, Taft '.... ...". i. 27,000
jilolnc, TaTt V 30,01)0 .
'.Minnesota, Taft 170,000
'aillribls, Tift .'.......'.... 170,000
'Wisconsin, Taft ' . 76,000
Pennsylvania,, Tuft .'. 260,000
California, Ttt ' 10,000 .
lIojvJB, 'Taft .., 10,000
The majority for Taft lu New Jeisey and Massachusetts exceeds l'ial
given foij Roosevelt four Jears ugu. .,
N'ovn'dn,, Montana, Missouri, unl Okl.iliom.i will average 26,000 ma
jority each' for Taft.'
Nebraska Is probably for Taft.
The doubtful States niu West Virginia, Maryland, and Coloiado.
Hughes carries New York for Governor by 70,000 mujorlty.
Speaker Cannon hns been reelected by a majority of S000,
Johnson (Dem.) has been nlucted Governor of Minnesota,
NEW YORK, N. Y., Nov 3.- Hltcluock congratulates Taft on lilt
election to the Presidency. Sherman claims the election of Hughed, In
sisting thnt be has defeated Chanler. Returns now lu indicate to u rcr-
talnty that Cannon hns been reelected.
Satisfied With Resullts
Democratic National Commlttcuinnii (i. .1, Waller Hits morning tc
celved tho following rahlcgiam fitnu the chairman of the Demon. ttlo
National Committee at t'hlvugo: '
"Taft elected by overwhelming vote. Bryan carried Nebraska, Ne
vada, and Colorado. He lost in Maryland and West Virginia. The Indiana
vote was close." Woodson.
Mr. Warfer was asked for a statement regarding the local outcome.
"Wo are well satisfied," hu N.ild, "especially with the icsulls of ihu
City and County vote. We expertej to do better with the Represent
atives, but are well satlsllcd with having two of the Senntois here. Wo
would also have liked to have mail u better Lhowlng In the lloaid of
Supervisors, and believe that If the election had been held a week ago,
We would have done u great deal better.
"With regard to the rumor of n lerouut for Mnyor, we do not In the
least fear this, for we are suia tb.it I'eiu Isthollist Major of Honolulu.
"We feel greitly pleased with ths mngulllcent showing that L. L. Mc
Cnndless made against Kuhlo."
uated. In fact, he grew so Slender that
his .Shadow used to fall into Cracks in
the Pavement and have to be pried out.
His Daisy complained- that his
Knee Hurt her, and that it made her
Cross Eyed to look at him; but she
Couldn't.Afford to be Particular,and let
it Go at TJiat.
Onedav sheNoticed that theWind
nojongerWhistled when it Struck him,
and that his Clothes seemed Filled Out.
She Reproached him Bitterly. " Ah,
Clarence ! You love me No MoreJ "
"jNo, JQearest," he said. "My
Appetite is TremeridouSjit is True, but
I Love you Just the Same. The Secret is
that now It ake aGJass of Prim o Beer
with Everv Meal.4'"
He grew Heavy so Rapidly that his
Tailor ,had to Plan Ahead, but he vvas
True to Daisy to the End.
Moral: Primo Beer
you an Appetite under the
The complexion of tho Houxu un.l
tlio letuins by Stales:
there was a Man in Love
who was Extremely Atten
IN FOREIGN PORTO
' Wednesday, Novimbe" A.
IdAVlO'lA -Arrlvnl Nov 2
Si I alls of ClMlo iH-iuo uci
SN I'll ANTI SCO Arllvi'd Nov. 2
,3, S. Arlrntinn, from Sallnn Cruz.
S. 8. Alameda, 0 a. in., hencu Oct
SAN HtANnSCOSnllcd Nov. 3-
H. H, Alumcila, 1 p. in., for Honolulu.
"' BANK FAILURES
Ran I'r.incliro. Oct 11. I'l'O" '
Inauguration of the syuli m of b.ui't
examination pioposeil nl I In- mectlug
of tho central hoatd or the Stale Clear
ing house Association, uhlcli adjourn
oil nt the Sim Francisco Clcni lug house
yesterday, California will bo piovldnd
with an nbjolnt'' Vrohlbltlon of bunk
failure, accoldlng In C E. WixhMMi',
driller of Ibe l-'lrxl National, ll.ilik or
I.os Aiigt'liv. who Ins pi'i formeil nio.-l
of Ihu work i.r dr.ifllug Hie coiulllii
lion of the neve organization. So i'V
lioiifllw lll ho till' I'X.llllllUltloUK tin
ilertakcn by Hie itssoel.il Ion thai even
the slighter! tecliulcnl dlM-iep.iucj In
tlio tondtirt of i: h.iuk will bo at nneo
detected, and the most drastic iiiimk
iii es put iu foice In ohUnlc harm fall
lug upon I lie associate Institution!! or
"In a conornullnn ibis nioriilug,"
s.ild Wtiodslile OHlcidu) iirieiuoon,
"Henry (Vockfr told ine thai the dlf
ferenro III piogivss lietwieii pilvali'
and public oiileiprlMe was the best ih
moniitrati'd b the nrw bank Inilliliues
In S.in 1'iaiicUco ami the I'ltj Hall.
That clearly illuslr.lleii Hie dlffcrenro
hotveen the examinations of banks by
public ollli'lals mid HiiiM' which v.v
piojioso to uuderlnke. The exnmlu'i
lions now are lucomplelo.
No More Eiank Failures.
"I limit been told by a prnnilnenl
banker heio tint If the condition of
the Muiket Street Hank had been
known III nihaiice. ibe iluaucl'il men
or this ell) would h.ii conlileii'il II
a good lliiestiiieut to luuu pieveiiled
Hull falliue. You recall Ihy Chicago
CleailngboiiKe pui chased tno defunct
Walsh bank. That rosl Hie bankern
of Chicago a moM hiiiu of niunc.
Theio will never be aiiolher falliue ot
u hank ill the Chicago Clem lug house,
mid when our iijsteiu Is In operation,
there will never hu another bank f'll!
mo In San Francisco. Nor will there
over bo lu the Slnlo of California.
"Although the adoption oi' our plan
. . t. ..,
TlfTsdaj. Nov .!.
Siuir W (I. Hull, Thompkon, for
KihiiiI, " p. m.
Stinr. Jllkiih.il.i, Tullelt, for Jltilo
l.til, .1 p. m.
S'tmr, -Maul, lliulin, for Muhukonn,
I li. m. .. I
Slmr. lwnl.ini, Self, for lldiiokiin,
r, p. m, '
Stinr. Noeau, Puderben, for Aim
hola, 5 p. m. " I ,H
M. N. S. 8. I.urllne, Weeden, for
San I'ranclno. 10 a. in.
f PASgCNOERS DEPARTED f'
Per ntllir. W. (l.'lliill, fm Kauai,
No. :: -.it. w. - staiisser, it. A.
Ke ins. A Limine It, Mis. E. O. VK
liet, A. I'. Kiiiitlseii.
Per i.tmr. Mll.,lbahi, for Molokal.
Nov. :',. .1. .liu Ksiiu. (I. Sebum. ni and
J SAILING TOMORROW f
Himr. Kii'iiil, Gregoiy, for Kauai.
6 p. m.
Slmr. Cl.iutlliio, Itcnuetl, for Maul,
6 p. m.
Per hlmr. Klnail, (iicgoiy. for Ka-
mil, Nov. 6, 6 li
ni. W. .1. Dull".
Mls.4 Helen Miiefail.ine,
Per siuir. Clauillne. Ileniiell, fin
Maul, Nov. ft. r, p. in. ( 0. Unite!.
P. (I. Hollel, Aim. I'enhallow ami lw
ft if '. it if . 4 H -At
means au abitolulo priitectlnn for Ihe
piilillr. It Is primarily n piolocliou for
tho b.iukeni tliemsetvi'.s. who mut bo
Miauled ngnliist Hip iiiIwi mliiet of
their follows. o conleinplule plac
ing in opeiallon IbroiiKh tho Kt.il"
I'leiiinliuui'i tyw l.illon u bank
guiraule( which will be iiipenor to
miy pioteUlou Ihnl ciiu v tilTonU"! by
I'-gbl.illnil. however hlo.nl anil dianlli
it )na be. Then- will not bo Hie
slightest nosl1illll of nny banking
corpoi alien or pilvilo buiker Impair
lug letoiirees In such an extent that
other bankers and the public will be
"A bank in not Invnlveiil until Hi
iniill.il stock, surplus nml dcpoidtH .ire
i xliniislt'il. It lequiieti cousldeiablo
1 1 mo to nl. ice n bink lu Ibat condition.
and wo ptnposo to delect tho llrst ten-
ilmcy Inward nilsiiiiilitigenii'iit and nr
H'ut that tendency befoix the haini
I'Lcoiues general 'und dlsastious. Wo
will know every transaction of every
bunk anil wo will liine ilc'lnllo knowl
edgo of tlio ehanicter of thonr.seln of
Points Out Benefits.
13, 1). Roberts president of I ho S.in
llerufirilluo National Rank and a num
ber or other Imlllutlous III Sniilhciu
('iliroriiln, cltert in a notable benefit
which will vi mlt 1 1 1 im Hie inaugura
tion of the Slate Clearlns btitue Asso
ciation Hie f'liu n lo California, and
piiriculnrly lo San Fianeli-co hud Liw
Angeles. Hin only teserve cites In Hie
Slate, of the large b.ilancoH which ar
now being curried In New York. Chi
cago anil other K.ixlorn cllles. Sinen
tlio lliiaiicl.il slilngenev or last fall,
says Unbelts, Ihu greater portion or
tho lulnnces formeily carried lu Han
FrauclM ii and l.o.s Angeles was tivns.
lrreil lo Knstern lianks. It hi nn llein
of many millions of dollars, unit Itn
Io-.h hits hi en fell In the Slate.
"The illhttlcls which liavo In en ere
uled under the nt'tori.it Ion will haie
tho euVct of unlflng Hie Interests or
bankers to such nil olent that v.n
will h-ivo u more coninlelo eoitlbb nm
in ouiselieu thnii ever beforo. Such
eonllilence Iu the b.inkit or our own
dlhtilels and our own Slalo can mile
ho piiiduetliu of Iniinea's.iriiblo hcnellf
lo Cnllfirnl.1. The .1mullaiieoin show
down ot bink ttlitli'ineniv, which will
be u n.ii I of Ibe i Miinluiitloii hvkIimii
of tho uAsott-itlon, will also' bo pin Inc.
live or gieai gooii.
Statements Will be Recjular.
IIIMietlo, it iliineiilH wero tihnv.ti
down lirigiilniiv, IliM by one btuk
and thill piiilMhlr thice weiks l.itit
by another luuk. If the slatt-mcu!
did not make a inlli uhtily gonl hhinv-
nig ine luiiK v.oniii nol pulillsh It an I
wo li!i mil had at auv time a fair
knowledge of Hie riiiidlllpii (ir oilier
banks. Wo will not ordinarily h:io
such kunwleilge Inasmuch us u btnk'n
business Is held In Iho btilctcst conll
deuce by llit (Mitnluer. Hut our ex-
nmllici-H will all be i t fur nbuvo up-
pmaili. and we will Jtnow Imniedl.ilelv
of the llrst ilbipla'y o? inbeoiuliiel.
Then Ibe other banks through tlio
piofdilo'it of their dlHliIct. mid Iho
(omnilliee of liiuniigeineiit. cm deal
with tlio ouViiiiing Inst It in Ion. In ibis
v..i- we will hio nn itiroiiii.ii'.ili
nml hitherto unpioicih ulc I proleellon,
bid li for ourselves und Iho pulille. ,o.
cause the pussiblllly or btiuk f.illuni
will be aliMilulely eliminated.
looks brighter through a pair
of our scientifically adjusted
A.M. Sanf oFd,
OPTICIAN BOSTON BLTJO,
Sea Wrens, ijlfbW
8-foot Motor Launch vith 4-Cycle
Motor. S17S f!nmnlifo
1HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St. ',
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