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Ttvr.NMxn mn.i.nTiM, honomjt.u, a, n Monday, sept, in, ions.
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A Bargain Sale
I; Little Things
EXT WEEK, beginning on Monday
Morning, we arc going to throw
out on our Bargain "counters a
host of little things. Schools
using any of these items will do well to
take advantage of this, sale, but it
.matters not whether you buy one article
or more the prices are the same for they
are down to bedrock, and we will give
you just as much attention whether you
ere a small or big buyer.
Ever item is laid out and
intelligently marked in
plain figures, so conic,
I dense, and see what wo
lavo to offer.
2.CC0 yards Torchon Lice, 1 to 3 inlics wide. 50c doren
Feather-stitched Braid.Whitc or Colored 5c piece
Black or White Linen Thread , 5c spool
Kncx Skein Linen Thread nt. ."...'. ...12 skeins for 5e
Pearl Shirt Buttons, nil sixes, good quality 5c dozen
ISilver-rinted Thimbles. Children' or larjjc sSics. . .2 (or 5c
Klcinhert' Dress Shield 15c pair
Silk Flannel Bindinc. 10-yard pieces 25c piece
Queen Stockir.c Darn'rs 10c
Hand-Snap Batchelor Buttons, white or blcfc .5c packet
Dretstnakert' Bone Cabins . . fc 2 piece for 25c
Star Trimming Braid, SG yard in a piece for .... 25c
Pear' Ensl:h Shavini Stick .,' 20c
Belt and Skirt Holder, whit; or black 5c
White Mcndinc. Cotton, all numbers.... 4 skeins for 10c
Crochet Cottcn, all co'crs 2 ball for 5c
Tan cr Bla:k Mending Cottcn 2 ball for 5c
Paper Napkin, a bic variety, at 100 for 25c
Cctlon'Hcrculc Braid. 3C-yard pieces .. . . 35c piece
t Well at Many More Scrjrains in Notion.
Special Purchase of
One table cramnW full of Drfuramcrs' Sample at
prtat bsreain price. The samples are one only of a kind
and include, Women's Sweater. Muslin Underwear,
White and Taney Belts, Kir.onas, Towel. Half-Length
Lace Certains, Art Demin Table Covers, Pillow Tons, and
about 1,000 odd Embroidered and Plain Handkerchiefs.
IN ADDITION TO THE FOUEGOING WE WILL
TLCE ON SALE THE FOLLOWING GREAT VALUES IN
NEW MEBCHANDISS JUST EECEIVED :
Swiss Ribbed Under V.sts, worth 25c, at 2 for 25c
Extra f.ne quality Vest worth 75c, at . 40c
100 pair odd Corsets, suall s.scs. at 25e
130, Hearted, Bead -Hade Sheets at -- . 5c
Subberired Satin Coa., all siscs. fecial . $10.00
Grett vriue in Bain Coats, at ' $5 50, $S 50, $7.50, $SE0
Black and Colored Silk Petticcais $4 50
Lingerie Princess .Gowns, jn Tchite, pink cr blue, from
. $3.50 to $35.00
Nnbhv Line of Women' Linen Suit Es China.
vStriped Percale Wish Coat Suits . .$4 50
White Wash Skirts, 'well made ' $2.00, $2 50, $2.75
lack and colored Heather-bloom Petticoats $1.75
Th a store to get the best value
Interesting Features of
(Special to the llu I let 111.)
I IIII.O, Sept. II. - Congcc'stunn
UiiiIoiiIiitr believes Hint there la too
much politics IioIuk.-made or' at-
U'liipU'il by tho Democrats during
lliu tilp or Urn party nn (lie Inland
if I law nil.
I "nu i.in't put It too BtroiiB,'
, mid HmlotilivrK. "I consider the
il'olltlnit nclhlty nf I,. j. McCnn-'
dli'M most reprehensible ami out of
t uiMihj, iv iimu'virnih iiiuvsi .., --,.,.-
morn I slu.1l break looso. T. J. mhminK u. ,cctlon ot ,hc
.... In Ms Meocl. nt lonttncke, ',)K,llkttntpr lho ,,,,. wn lttken by
tlio Secretary" of tlif Interior. t . . ,. ,
wiv p.iiiiu titii.i .hi. .ii. ..nn . .mi.
tlio qo.ni i ) from which tlio rock U
Itnken, nml Hum to I'uhoa, the Olila
1 .- , , wm
, .Jin or Kern Imd never seen the pit
and declined Hint the special activity
vvns due In the (peclil pru)cr1io of
fered during tho long walk fpm the
Saturday forenoon the Kiieats who
.vvcrujn I'll", hoarded tho special
MiiiIii nml made the run to the llllo
i breakwater. There they .Raw the
, work going forwnrd, mid Mr. Cook,
who la engaged In the grout project,
gisvo nn exhibition of how near a.
innu can roiuc to being killed am!
only regret Hint he la xo deaf that
he could not hour It, I llu remarks
were out of place and entirely un
justified. This political unnio has.
I Rime fnr eunuch."
Mr KodcnherK's reninrks were
htoiir.ht out Iij nn Incident ot the
llllo puhllr meeting, In the first
plnre ltnn begun to stir up the
tie mill. Here Superintendent John-
sou had In tendluess one of tho moat
bountiful and attractive)- prepared
lunelicHjof Hie vv'hole till'.
An Intoiei'tlnB Incident of the trip
out thi-ougli l'un.i was when n dele
gation of Hawaiian boarded the
trouble when 'he said Hint :t poor If", " m """ ""' '
,,, i.i i.. ,..'. i.. t'roln nl one of the stntlous nml one
Secretary of the Interior on matters
of homestead. Itodenberg spoko
out, "That Is uncalled for mid out
of place." He was heard soernl
.feet nwny from the pint form, hut It
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, ...in III'', .Ml llf.lll. llf la Ml'UI. t'
'imrently Mr. Ciindler, Ocmocrnt
frwft Mlsttsslppl, fccotnleil Mr. Ho-
denberg's Idea oflt Delegate Ku
liln, who was presiding at the meet
ing, drew matt em to n close bxi re
minding Itjnn that he had but ten
minute') and had ronsumed twehe
l.ilrend), but lie would gle him
twehe minutes more In w'hlch he
might flulrh his speech. Itynli ap
parently misunderstood Kuhlo, and
gathering up his mass of documents
etlred, stating that he would flic all
lie wanted to sa with the c-ommlt-
' This, coupled with a speech of Mr.
.Candler, In which he rung the
I changes In Ihe Democracy, put the
1 first outward expression of politics
j Into the Congressional tour. Mr.
! ltodonberg Is on the war path In
Kepubllcan war paint. If things
keep warming up much more he will
make a political speech,
"I'll tell 'cm why 1 am a Repub
lican, because 1 belle-ie In my coun
try; because' I'm not a knocker; be
cause I'm not with a party that
merely nsgs and has no fixed policy;
because I'm an American and bellexe
'I hae been quoted In the Hnl
j 1 c 1 1 n In support of the renomlna-
Itron and re-clenlon ot Delegate Ku
hlo. I wart to repeat It a.nd say
It more ilg-orously If poslblf And
1 want to go on record as opposed
first, latt and always to the petty
politics that McCandlcss and the
Democrats have been doing on thin
trip. I can't conceit e of it doing
them other than Injury, but 1 go
en record against that sort of
It -Is stated that Itodenberc was
ion the lerge of breaking out Into
politics during his speech at the HIlo
4nrrnory. but he contained himself
and Is loaded for iear If there If
any further outcropping.
ot their number made n speech ot
welcome, to which Congressman
lYlnce resiHiiiiIcd, One ery old na
tive came on the platform bearing a
hooklipu" (gift I ot half a dozen
gunvas In a paper bag. These -lie)
handed through the window to the
guests, though cry few realized
that they were the beneficiaries of
one of Hie prettiest and oldest ot
Tho Ohta He mill, In full blast,
where the; are turning out 1,000
ties a d.iy, was Inspected, and the
teturn made to llllo by o'clock.
, The closing function of the day
waa the great mas meeting at the
Armory In llllo Delegate Kuhld
presided. The guests were welcomed
by Supervisors J D. Lewis nml
Holmes, T J Ian and "Gotcrnor"
ltaker, not to Torgtt Mr. Kalawaa,
who spoke on local topics.
Mr. lttirtholdt started off by prom
ising to give llllo consideration for
a new postotScc and paying a high
compliment to Delegate Kuhlo, who
was lgoruusly applauded.
Congressman llumphrejs recalled
Hie request made by Mr. Lewis that
the "federal government should look
after Hawn.l He said that the lo
cal Terrltorl.i) .and County govern
ment would make or break Hawaii.
The princlpa' work must be don at
home. He said he woild support a
big apprq.-rlation for the HIlo post
office and to continue the break
water. ,H hoped the day would
soon corre whfn the naval fleet of
the nation would be within the conv
' OPENED TODAY
Teachers And Pupilfe
Ready For Work; i
Tills Is n school day, so far as, the
educational department of the gov
ernment Is concerned. The school ,
teachers nml the pupils nllke, turn-'
ed out In full force thta morning nt
Vhelr respective schools when the
bell rang nt 9 o'clock. I
Tho offlrlnls of tho Department ot
Public Instruction were busy nil
niurnliiK, accommodating the school
teachers ntul pupils who wnnted to
get school' supplies. Superintend
ent ltnbbltt saw to It that every re- '
quest had been grnntcd.
Promptly- nt- 9 o'clock this morn
ing the pupils were once more as
sembled In their class minis, under
the dliectlon' of Hiclr teachers, and
were given Instructions for the
opening of school vcar. The pupils
In their school nttlre watched nml
listened to the welcome rcmnrks'ot
their 'teachers, who urged them to
be prompt in attendance tomorrow
According to general remarks. It
Is alleged that the schools, especial
ly thoe of the Itojal School, Kalu
tanl, Kallhlawenn, l'ohukalnn nml
others, arc overcrowded with pupils
this jcar. f
Many of the school teachers have
been transferred In the W.ilpahti
school, while Miss Alice Oleson ww
given n place In the Knllhlwaenn
school, Miss Maud Yoodn was
temporarily appointed teacher nt the
Central Grammar srhool in place ot
Miss Iauken, resigned.
Whitney & Marsh,
(Continued from Pace 1)
of'thc n.ivy was finished as quickly
as possible. v
The men who had been working
hard nt coaling since the fleet nr
rlved were given shore leave, and
shortly afterwards they were see'i i
all over the city enjoying them-j
Walklkl and the ball grounds re-J
celved the largest numbers, while
others made for the rrs nml the
livery stables, and by 4 o'clock the'
officers and men could be seen
over the town
The mal.nl lanal of the Moana
was tht scene of an informal fecei
tlon, many groups of officers and la-
tlie vit. tpntpri nrntinil th tet tn
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plated llllo hatbor. and only on a j hies chatting and enjoying the imi-l
. First Discord. -
j This Is the first rift In the (ren
exal joy that has attended the waf
(c.f the Congressional party all along
line route on me isiana or mm ah
llllo has don! well. AH Hawaii
ciin.d not do better Perfect ar
rangements perfectly carried ' ont
hate been tse rule. It was not till
the ntjht the panj left HIlo that
the political ghott walked to that It
could be seen, though it has been
lurWng along thn edges occatdonij
1 Congres.mcn Houston and Cand
ler with MrCandliss. have hfen do
ing the hand-shakinc Hunt ir the
I Democratic taste. And "XJnV' has
ln.t no opjortnnlty to show to tae
unterrlfied minority of the country
districts that there are real Demo
crats in Congress.
HIlo People Hospitable.
HIlo people opened the doors ot
Khelr homes wide to the Congres
sional party It was thus when thej
arrived and kept up every moment
t the ttas
Kven the Volcano did a little bet
ter than usual tor the flrtt parts
that arrived bj the Mauna Kea and
steamed up to special brilliancy for
the second section, that went over
land, and although small in num
bers, was unlimited In good nature
The Volcano wns magnificent De
,mcthei!f was tn splendid good na
, lure and out of regard for the spe
cial volcanic display he provided at
ihr pit on the second night Con
gressmen Harlhnldt. Harchfield and:
Thomas assisted In dedicating the'
iiew Co-igresstonal Cotta'ge that
I grates the Volcano House grounds
Grandraur of Kllauea,
'If this show was in Europe you
would have these cliffs lined with
hotels and tourlsls," was one of Mr
Vifirchflrld's comments Mr P.arl
holdt said that If the AmrtJran poo
plejmd any Hen of the grandeur ot
Kiltrana 1hc nejimei of the Pacific
eonld not -hold the crow dt. coming
Mr MrClfdlan had never Ik fare
wen the pit active and ho Vrjil
IharUng Almighty God that Ho t
CongTessmna MrLarhlan of Cali
fornia devo'ed much 'of his atten
tion to th loads of the Territory.
He told how he had ridden over the
perfect roads of Oahu and Kauai,
onl to be bumped, bumped, butiped
over the roads of Hawaii County. He
told his hearers that the best evi
dence of the prorrrcss of a people was
their roads. He hoped Hawaii
would niako a showing He urged
his hearers to get behind the super
visors to appropriate money for
flrst-clasi roads, and then see to it
that there was a dollar's worth of
value for every dollar spent He
paid a high compliment to Delegate
Kuhlo and his j-rcretary. Mr. Mc-Clellan
Mr Good of Iowa spoke first of
the Americanizing infiuence of the
public schools' Turning his atten
tion to public lands, he said: "A
rountry or state Is strong-only at
ils people are Independent." He
advocated lands for home builders.
Mr Good tpoVe of the upbuilding of
the American Merchant Marine, but
no applause greeted his reference to
the suspension of the coastwise ship
Mr Candler of Mississippi tnadf a
ringing spweh that caught the
trowd and switched a little Into pol
itics at the close.
He was followed by Mr Roden-
berg, who was boiling full of a de-.
sire to get hack at the politicians;
but devoted hlmstU to a splendid
onttoricalTffoit on the talus of ed
ucation to the hullainc up of our
country, "nemember that the boy
nf today is thf statesman of tomorrow"
Thevprogram rlosed with a speech
bv "Governor John T. Dal.er, who
nl faded that the Hawallans might
be given land for hcimis.
sic of the quintet club,
The hotels and cafes were filled to
overcrowding it the dinner hour I
and everyone seemed to be enjojlng
themselves to the utmost. I
Sunday Services. j
services were held vesterday un-.
der the auiplces of the Seatnen's In-1
n"tuteton teveral of the vvatiJilpt.
and the Institute, well patronized by
the sailor boys, is having a bus
nit of it.
Services were a!d on the South
Dakota nt H a. m.. Rev V. H.
RIIss, chaplain ot the Seamen's In
stitute, officiating and Miss Short
playing for the hymns. They were !
courteously received by the com
manding officer and a large attend
ance of men Joined heartily In the
responses and singing.
At 6 p m. V W. Everton visited
the Pensylvanla out beyond the reef
to arrange for services next Sunday:
A vitlt to the Queen's Hospital was
paid, and at S p. m. tea was servec
at the Institute. At C p. m. Song
Service was held with large attend
ance. W. O. Emmons, chief socman
of the West Virginia, spoke for the
Christian Endeavorer tmd was
warmly welcomed. At 7 o'clock ser-
We have been busy all the past
week opening up
Amongst them being
for Evening Capes
W!e have it in cream, Apricot, li-jht bhc, pink, nilc,
raspberry, &rey, helio,
52 inches -wide , - $2.65 yard
The skirts only need fitting . There is ample material
and trimming for the waist.
Come in white, pink, pais, helio, grey, blue,
N From $6.50 up
NO DUPLICATES EXCEPT, IN THE LOWETt TKICES.
In lisle, silk and lisle and Italian silk, a complete and
Amongst the- v
We hare just opened a real heavy quality of sucsine. with
rich satin stripe.
In white, pink, light blue, brown, navy.
25 inches wide, - 75c yard
It is not possible for us to enumerate or display all
our new goods. We would, "however, be only too pleased
to show them if you would kindly visit our establishment.
VAN GIESEN IS
OP ON CONTEMPT!
Before Supreme Court i
On A Serious
uenry van uuren was iwiore- me
vices were held on the Csllfornla. iSaprt me Court mis tnornmc in answer
Iter. . V Taylor officiating, as- to a citation for contempt lor havlns . Haclc'eld St'
sisted by Mr Everura. with cood j,aiied to obey snordc-r issued bythe J
iiuruuauiT. frrtjir uuir J'rrji a-
raneod on the Washington for next
There will be ttereopllcan lec
tures on the 14th and J Gib, given
hy Ed Towse A conceit is being!
arranged by the West Ylrcinla and
mother by the Institute for men
from the ships. The wilting room
Enter the Kingdom
Of your own home. Some rare
chances that you don't find every
Near Dominis; 8 rooms
and bath $5,000.00
Lunalilo St., corner
Six rooms and bath, a
beautiful home 4,000.00
a rare bargain ...... 4,,50.00
Six rooms and bath; an
Sutirtme Court !nHruct'H blm to er-l JO"! OUUgaiOW J.'UU.UU
fcut a quit-claim deefl-'-in con"sldera-Nuuanu Ave. x
tlon of a stipulated sum to a jrlecel Near Country Club; 10
of projtny on Merchant street that j rooms and bath; acre
was Involved In the suit brought by C I of ground 3,200.00
B. Maile In JS0C trains! the lea tax I Emria St., Near Vineyard
1 assessor. James Pratt There were al-1 Six .rooms & bath: richt
legations of collusion In the suit filed 1 down town 2.750.00
has bun well vatronlied all Cay and T MltIle aDl3 fina outcome of the fBeretania St.
the Institute has become a busy cen-i" was U"11 MW1 "niia w deeded jjear jjakiki St.; five
ter. me j.roin wnim was wcured by gjjj Lot 50x120.
Mr. Everton has ailed for S.OOO.Van Gi.ea upon the payment by gsv, sT(L
macaxlnes from the lieoide of Ho-J Maile of a uutn that covered the costs
It wns worthy of note that every nolulu fnr the sallQrs. of the fleet. 3 of court, taies and other incidental ex-
nan who spol,e for the bailfling up; and the bad. number pi those read, penses.
of homes as against the continuance w-ill find eager readers anyone the: Van Glesen has failed to accept tho
of landed estates was gieeled wKhibojs . money that was lenfleied him in ac-
Immediatelv the meeting closed
tht guests stitU'd for the train and
tne Aiauna Kru wneic a rourinE
send-off was given them.
The departure of the Mauna Heal
at two minute hefore eleven instead
of eleven prompt, as scheduled, is
the rtasonfor-ljord, J! JN and Clau
dius Mrliryde helng Jeft on the
vhaif and reaching thi steamer hj
li was -a very hap-py though vuy
'l"i.1 raowd that strrted ofl for
Maul, where other scns and more
"rflluUt awaits them
Those HavrtatiS. iordanre with the order of court and
Many iwojite expected to seei the thp onniemii t,K.hrtlt,ir i r'.,ir,rt iilm
new haysUck masts on the cruisirs',. ,v ..Kll1t ,, ill P. -atJ
w me raunc ne wnen they note etS)t,a mt mondnv: Vin GIra rU1td
m in, jul ruuu, Jiua uie Oi.
that he had not seenred an attorney
Lou was jeported lb be ncheduleti (,., ... ,.. , ,..,, .j. , .j"
.for thun when the, returned iram TV h 1'" l0 7
h.i South 5ea cruise j f1,0, v "t "e
Regarding them, Captain Gllmore V"Btice Vllder vl,elller U"'re W0I,U 1,e
of theValwr Man land said last un' tU to Mr. Andrews acting,
night that he was not altogether In lut tbe Jurtlce refnaed Hi commit him
tavor of them, as ho did not thlilk M"11 a fontlnumire of the pwiedlnss
that 1hev would be bittu thun the'as finally grauUid until tomorrow
Near Waiala Boad; five
rooxs and bath, Lot
50x236. Don't miss
1S5 eflltorlal roorrs 256 M-t
allowed him to lhe lo fee suth mag-3itss effict. There are the telephone
umbers of the Bulletin office.
It Is piobuble that the fleet will
lie equipped vilth thun upon Us le
turu fiotu lis Oiientul crulae
A govfinmeut oider has betn is
kued f 01 bidding the impotlatlon of
Jive Unci, fiom Switierland on c-
Bullttin BnEiness Offiot Phone 55S i "oun' ! t'11 prevail ni ot the foot-
Sulletin EditnritJ Eoom Phone 1B5," aud-mouth discane in that country
Six rooms and bath, Lot
112x150. Cost $3,000.
Owner needs money . 1,000,00
Fort St., Near School
Six rooms. Rent 10.00
per month. An invest-
Four rooms. Worth
$1,400 ... 65000
Call in and tee us. Always glad
to show our l:st
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. LTD.
Phone 152. S2 Kins St,
.. ..4wktofatl fi i $
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.isriM.,. , ,.,,vjm t ,r,'m,wfart.i.
Blank books of all Mrts. lsUr,
rtc, manufactured by the Bulletin
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