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3:30 ED1TIQN No Honolulu housewife ran afford to overlook the BULLETIN'S bargains
c If you'do or'do not want it 7M
from San Francisco:
Al until i Nov. 13
For San Francisco:
Mongolia ,...Nuv. 1J
Aorangl Nov. 14
Moatu Nov. 11
VOL. X. NO. 4154.
UAKES DRIVE MINERS FROM DEATH VALLEY
lina Brings Here
Midi tho enlirco'iit'iit lit tlio pcr
iii iiiciitpiirrlHoii hero Honolulu will
tiiKc ranK among tho i nut Important
initlltry Htatlmii or thu Unltol
Hlntis. Nail advices, received im
(lie (,'lilna, corroborate thu labia Jls
li.ilih publlshid 111 last night's II u 1 -I
o t I u nnil Indicate ttuit tho Wur
Depaitmciit t about In pinto u mill
l:ii t'ltntilltilimt'iit licio cntiiiiiensui
n (o with tlio itruloglt lniportaiita or
Wlii'ii the presint il.inn hno been
inn ltd mil, IL ld pinh.iblo that tlioio
v. Ill Ik in. uly IIHH) men bt.itloneil
1 onimiiontlj In mill mound Htmnlu
In A iigliiiuit of Infantry (twthe
lull lompinlcj) will hit gent lieu, thu
licailquiirtPiH, hanil, nnil two scpind
niiiu ot the I'lrtli Cuvnlr) im cntlru
itgimcnl of llrhl .ntlllci), n company
of tho Signal CorpJ, n (omp.iny of
llnglnccis, anil u detachment ot tho
Although no mention Id ni.ido of
filth ii pi in In tho advices from
Washington, It Is MTo.wi that nt least
i.nu (oinptny or coiat defense artil
lery Hunt iilso ho ttatloncd bore Tho
moitar battel les nmV being Installed.
In !'(: of Dliniotul lie ul must, ho
pmlsoncd nml othoi fortifications
miller cotislilointlon Will linio to ho
t.il.on into lousldcratlon.
Tho hunting litre of n (miipany of
tho Signal Culpa will iimlouhtcilly
im in thn establishment of an Army
wlielesi station. Conipan) H of tlio
Signal Corpi, (oinmaiiileil liy I.lcnt.
Paul W Ilei l, Is now Kt.itloneil nt tlio
l'ri"li!lo, Han I'i antlni . I.lcnt. Heck
In ono of the in know lodged iiuthoil
ties on wlielcis Iclcgiiiphy In tho
Ami) ami his (ompatiy, whlth ho or
ganised himself iinilcr authority of
tho War Department, Is tho liohler of
u iiuniher of records for feats in
tending wliclisi messages
Ah Conipiny I! ,ls uhoiit iluo for
mei-scis senile, It-Is not thought
iinlikclt b) IIioko who mo In a posi
tion to Know (hut It in ty he onlered
iilgtinl Cnrpi oMieiti hno long con
rldeied Honolulu an hlcal pluio for
tho reciipei.itlon of nun who Iiiim)
liocouin worn nut fiom Ions null try
ing sonlce In the Philippines nuil
these Islands hao heen suggested as
tho lust pmslbln liu itlim foi a tiulu
lug mIioiiI Tor Signal Coips retrullH
helm piepniiil fin Phlllppllio fciv
lie 'I ho, nhiiiiloniiitnl of lleiilda II. u-
'Bpjtmin" 0UT,itri Ot:h Guic
The Kash Co.
.le.i.kK In Cnllfoiiiia iloes awuj' with
tun iiiiij uiMiiitii niKuai "i 1,B 1'iiil
in the West anil leaven Hint Impor
tant liiiuuli of the utnff torp3 with
out iiilciunto tuilnliiK Jicadquartcrs.
It Is theioforo HiiBBOittil liy tlu.o who
arc In touili with nlTaliu that It mav
bu tlio liitviitlon nt tho War Derail
ment to lotuie tho tralnliirr school
The following from WiislilnRton
hlvcs luithoi i.irlU,iiliirH on tho do
tall ot a t;anlson for Honolulu:
WASiii.vuroN, i). c, Oct. a
All Important iifwlgnniont of troop.'
was innilo today to (ho Hawaiian Inl
ands, In ptitMianco of a plan deter
mined upon hy tlio department sever
al nuintliH .iKo, euhsiautltlly to tn
ricato thn Rurrltuii thoro. 'Hie henJ
luaitaiH, hand and tlio 1'lrBt nnd
i'i hlnl Sijiiiiilronn of tho l'l ft h Cavalry
were today otdcrcd to the Island.
Thero aro now hut four rompanlo3 ot
Infauti) theie, and that number has
Ioiik been Inndequntc, In vtow of tlio
plan to build up a better naval, sta
tion. It la understood that with tho
Improvement of Pearl Harbor tlio
War Dopm Imcnt (nmddered It noa
cshnry to have a uuliutnfitlnl cuaid
there. Some 1 1 mo ago u rompany of
ciiRtnccra wan ordered to tho Island:),
and will hall from Sail Francisco No
Thero la a Rplendld military reser
vation now on tlio Inland, furnish
InK uniplo ipi.irtciH for tlio addition
al troops. It lb uiiilerHtood that tho
pirns nlo (.ill for batteries of artil
lery. Tho hand and I'll at Squadron of
tho fifth Canliy me now nt Tort
Iluiichiira, A. T nnd tho 1 bird Squa
dron ot tho I'lrtli Cinalry la at l'mC-
WhiBato, A. T.
Tioo)8 IJ. P, and fl, fifth Canlr,
now n't I'nrt Ap-uho, A. T, aro or
dered to ttio Yellowiitono P.irK, Troop
(Continued on Page 2)
NAVAL DANCE AT
THE SEASIDE HOTEL
There will ho a dnucn tonight for
tho ofllrrrn of the cruiser Charleston.
Kant's quintet (luh will furnish mu
sic durliiR tho dinner hour and for
the dance. Odlccra ami ladles of tho
lot il Army and Navy 'posts, riicuU
of tho sevoi.il lintels nnd 'all fi lends
of thu Seaside am (ordlnlly Invited.
Wherever You Go
YOU'LL find that the styles
nrc (jovemed liy the NEW
Why not have your clothes
tailored for you by the Prince
of NEW YORK TAILORS,
You'll never find suits bet
ter tailored or made of better
material. Call and try on a
10 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, NOVEMBE RIO, 1908. 10 PAGES.
GARRISON INCREASE ARRIVE
V. It. Harr, special InvcstlRator for
the Dcptftmcnt nt .lustier, is In trou
ble. Ho has lost his watch. That,
how oil er, la not tho wholo trnublo
with Mr. Hair, hut what is bothering
blin at thn present time la to know
Just whero to plaro tho blame for tho
loss of his excellent timepiece.
Losing no time, though looking tor
Inst time, Mr. Harr wandered into
tho Judicial)' Hulldlng this morning
to nsk Judge Snntortl II. Dobr'of tell
Federal Court whethtr ho had seen a
stray clock of tho pocket variety. Mr.
Harr, of course, does not think that
Judge Dole has the aforesaid article,
hut he thought ho might lmo left It
on tho Judge's desk whon ho called
on that venerable gentleman lata
The Itev. U. W. Thwlng wuh In the
tonipiny ot Mr. Harr a great deal ot
jesterday, hut, of course, tlio latter
states that ho can ncrount for his
watch during this time.
Marshal Hendry Mndty offered Mr.
Hnrr tho use of a Wntcrhury clnck
until his own watch could ho locat
ed, hut tholattcr smilingly declined,
saying that It might nppea,r tqo nuirli
In tho nattiro of a. bribe. Mr. Ilcn-
(Continued on Page 2)
MARCH ON RIVALS
Secured Aala Park and
Band For Saturday
Since tho Republicans announced
estorday that ihoy wero going to
hold a great ratification meeting at
Aal i Parts next Hat unlay, thu Porno
crats linxo tome to ttio foro with a
wall of protest. Thoy claim that thoy
tunc alrc&d) secured tho park tor that
night or nojatlllcdtion meeting of
thtlr own, nnin, furthermore that thoy
luuo secured ttu nervltcs ot tho Ha
waiian hind tu parado tho streets In
U'hlcltH and autos heforu tho open
ing of tho meeting
t'hnlrman pwlght of tho conimittco
of tho Hoards. of Hupci visors, whlrh
has chaigu of tho parks, stated that
tho Doinoi raw bad a iU lit to tho
pink, as tbey had nmilti their iciiticst
for Its iisn hefmo tlio ltcpiilillcatiH had
ilonn so, and Cliiilininu Ilustaio of tlio
Hoard, who Is tlio boss of tho band,
said that tho Democrats had madu
thtlr "itqiiest tor It .homo tlmo ago,
whllo tho Ilcpiihllcans had not douo
so oi en yd, ami In such ribes It was
always first (omo first berved.
Tho Democrats plan to luuo u grunt
(Continnetl on Page 8)
A company of responsible
men who are experts in law,
real estate values and invest
ments; who are answerable to
the law and subject to regu
lar official examination, or
An individual who, through
absence, death, inability, or
dishonesty, may entirely fail
to properly administer your
Which would YOU choose?
023 FORT ST.
After Ten Years
Pays Second Visit
I'll, LJf)&i! &? J?'
CViiiiH-iiiiiiiK -t ',, ''-v'
"Ten J ears ago I passed througlt
here as captain in tliM'lrat Ileglment
California Volunteer' lufiihtrj." Said
Colonel CI eorgo l'llmef, pnst potentate
ot Islam Temple, A. A. O. N. M. H.,
of San Francisco this afternoon. "At
that time I thought that Honolulu
was tho most beautiful spot that I
had over Wsltcd. When, thcicforo.
Aloha Tcmplo InWtod mo to ho pres
ent at tho mining festivities, I sdlzed
upon tho npportunltj to pay again i
lslt to thefco shores.
"And let mo siy right hero that.
though Honolulu was wondrnusly
beautiful In 1S9S, It In Incomparably
nioro beautiful now. I am enjoying
eory minute and I only rcgiet tho
ton years whlth I allowed to clapso
without finding time to pay theso
shores a second visit."
For four ears Colonel miner was
Illustrious potentate ot Islam Temple
and during hU regime ha Initiated
more new members Into tho folds of
the zcnw.em .drinkers than has any
other mail In the annals of tho or
der. Twent-two hundred candidates
passed under his fatherly caro and
not ono of lliem ever complained
that ho had been slighted In tho at
tention duo him.
iBlum Temple has Just paid $i.",-
000 for lot on lleary street, ho
tween I,caenwortlt and Joiich
streets, In Han I'lanilsio, as n situ
Falls on 26th inst , and Fruit sent
to Coast per S. S. Alameda, Nov, 18th
will arrive just in time.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE IS.
Gold Tip Ideal Smoke
10 to Package 25 Cent..
MOGENSON'S SPECIALTY CO,,
Lot Gatos, Cat., Pacific Coast Agenti.
If not at dealer, we will tend by
malt to any address upon receipt of
Chairs, Hookers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp & Co.,
(LEWERS & COOKE BLDG.)
for a tcmplo building. This money
was, trt n largo extent, saed during
tho inciimhottcy of Potentate Kilmer
and, ns a token ot appreciation, tho
Nobles of Islam Tcmplo have elected
him tho first president of the newly-
Incorporated association, formed for
the purposo' ot erecting n suitable
It Is tho intention to erect a build
ing to tost not tar from $250,000
nnd n plan la being arranged which
will, it Is expected, allow of tho
erection of tho structuro without the
necesBltv fni" !"" " '"' n bonded In
debtedness of an) toiisidtrabto pro
Past Polcntato rilmcr will take an
(Continued on Page 2)
A new, crisp, delicious Sun
dae that you are sore to like.
Drug Co., Ltd.
Delivered anywhere on election night
as soon as received.
Eailliqnakes i Stake I
The Pacific Coast
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif., Nov.
been felt here during the past three
rious lemoior snooK tne ucath valley
me vattey in large numbers.
Govt. Will App
CHICAGO, Ill.,'Nov. 10. The Government, rcfuscJ n n"v hearing in
the Standard Oil Company $20,000,000. suit, will appeal the case to tho
witltv MbCttAS UU picnic IfUUll,
No Bail For
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.. Nov, 10 Ba.nl.cr Morse,
financier, was today refused the privilej"? of bail.
NORTH DAKOTA LAUNCHED
QUINCEY, Mass , Nov. 10. The new battleship North Dakota was
launched here today.
, ' o i m .
CASA BLANCA -MATTER SETTLED
PARIS. France. Nov. 10 The f!io Plonr-i nn.i.,ii .., .tn..i
CHINESE EMPEROR 'WORSE
PEKIN. Cliinn. Vnv in Tim ,..,,iu:., r !.. v i.. i.t.... .
' --" 1 -- -. .. uuiiutuvu Ul IHU i.111 IUIU1 U'lS U1KCI1 il
decided change for the worse.
WlT.T.KMSTEn Hnrnin Tloni'!.
, : " - ---v, ... "w mules, uv, iu. me wni-snip
squadron in the Caribbean Sea Is to be materially inci cased.
CALCUTTA IN TERROR'S REIGN
CATnnTTA. TnillB Mnw 1ft T), .. .-- : : , . .
.:.,... . ' ' '
result of political crimes.
Christian Andrews, crstwhilo Dem
ocratic candidate for Senator from
the Island of Hawaii, has wrlltun u
bitter letter to Secretary ot tho Tir
rltory K. A. Mott-Smltli, ulleglng
that the latter "mallclousl)" disci Im
inated ngalust him In tho election
Just past hy not having his Hawaiian
uamo "Annlu" printed on thn bal
lots. Mr. Andrews splurges fireworks at
ell angles in his denunciation of Mr.
Molt-Smllh, stating Hint unless his
nomination fee Is returned to him tio
If you are going to wear while, you
will need a White Shoe, and wo have
a dandy new one we know will plcaso
WHITE BUCKSKIN with perforat
ed tip, made with medium narrow
tot. Blucher cut.
A HANDSOME, NOBBY SHOE.
Ask to see No. 520. Price $5.00,
1051 Fort Street
BULLETIN WANT ADS.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
10. A scries of earthquakes liavo
weeks. On Wednesday last a se
district ami miners arc lsawnp;
Hr.. I.i: TT... n n-i. ..
"" v"j " " ivibh oi terror as tno
will contest tho election of tho Hen
otorn from that dlstrttt Mr. An
diows biis Unit tho Sirutiirj, who
l .in off tho cltttlon so smoothly, Il
gulltj of "glaring liijustlto" and
claims that ho would hnu been olcct
(d hud It not been for tho fact that
his Hawaiian name was omitted from
tho lnllots. What AndrowB charge
against Mr Mott-Smltli nmounts to
nothing more nor leai thnn n felony.
IlnwcMir, tlio latter has wrIHcn a
letter to tho wrath)' uindldiilo, stat
ing tho facts In tho case.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
Fort and Hotel Sts,
i .iMhsmh miigr
, Kkit&&i6t&: WiM!