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i:vi:ninci iiuixkti.v, Honolulu, t. ii., hiiday, ocr. in, 1009.
TWO WEEKS' SPECIAL
Commencing Saturday, Oct. 16, 1909
E MUST HAVE ROOM FOR OUR HOLIDAY
GOODS! Our Stock of holiday goods is now
on the road and will soon be here. In order to make
room we are forced to dispose of our regular stock at
prices that will interest every conservative buyer.
At the prices mentioned below the stock will
move rapidly, and if you wish to take advantage of
BE SENSIBLE AND SEE US EARLY
75 doz. MEN'S GOLF SHIRTS $0.60 & $0.75
1 Jot MEN'S GOLF SHIRTS $1.00 & $1.25
1 lot EALBEIGAN UNDERSHIRTS ... 50c
1 lot WHITE DRILL ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS 50c
TO Close Out.
35c each, 3 for $1.00
35c each, 3 for $1.00
35c each, 3 for $1.00
Big Offer of Genuine Panama Hats
Regular $0.00 & $7.50 To close at $3.50 & $4.50
GO new styles fancy GINGHAMS, in plaids, stripes and plain
Regular 10c. To close at 15 yds for $1.00
A. F. C. and RED SEAL GINGHAMS Regular 12V4c To close at Oc
SHIRTINGS PRINTS, New Patterns, big variety To close at 4V&e a yd
AMOSKEAO FLANNELETTES, Plain and Fancy To close at Oc a yd
Wc have also reduced all other goods in our Gents' and Ladies Furnishing Goods v and
Shoe Departments to correspondingly low prices.
GIVE US A CALL, if you are in for economy.
Yee Chan & Co.
Corner King and Bethel Sts.
CONFER ON THE
SEES THE LIGHT
It Is not bellotcd Hint tin) clnrgi
iirtilnot tlic Honolulu lliewln; & Malt
illK I'UIIIII 1II.V Will bu IllUllglll bcflllO II
jury In (ho Clicult Court. TIiu dim of
Kinney, llullmi, I'rom-er Ac An Iuik'jii
who Willi K. C. I'eters, urn cmrmol for
tlio blowing corporation, bao Btiggeal
oil to the Attorney (Jcneral'B Ucptrt-
:: (Stivcini to the n ti ii c 1 1 ii) n
:: Hllo, Oct, IS. County Super- 8
I ixor I'crtimulcz bus conio out S
:: openly at a meeting of thu Hoard U
S; In fnwir of tliu iippulutiiant of u U
it County Engineer to luivo general U
it cb.irgo of tliu mail constiiictlou of tt
!: tliu County, Th I a nnken one moru tt
H oto niul thero will proli.ibly liu tt
tt otlicr concrtn iih tlio SupenlHom tt
Threw Himself in Front of Fast.
Moving Electric Car Disaster
Narrowly Averted by Coolness
A member of the m.irlnn corps
dreamed in cMIInu clotlicn, ruslicd In
front of nn Alukcn Btieet clectilr car
itliorlly before 11 o'clock Inst night
iiml only for tliu coolness illnplned by
Motoinmn lllggs, nnu nieliilicr of' the
marines would hue become a mangled
According to tliu utory of Motormnti
lllgga mnl Conductor lllbbettH there
Is consldernli'e work cut out for the
Fnol-Klllcr neni tlio Marino barrack.
They claim tluit Inst night n party of
men belonging to tlio station wero
congregated on Allen street Hoar tliu
Iwlrelcss telegraph station.
As the Aliikea car approached nt
good speed, one of tliu men inn almost
ncioss the street mid deliberately laid
down on the truck, calmly awaiting
the on rushing enr, Motorman Hlggs
giaspcd his brake, put on Ills reverse
nnd tlio car stopped within but n few
Inches from the prostrate man.
llotb Hlggs niul Conductor Tlbbctts
jumped from the car and rushing to
tho front i'pected to see a mingled
mass of humanity under the front plat
form of tho car. '
To their astonishment the Marino
quickly arose mid tnunlcd tho street
railway men ner their apparent con-
Mentation and fright. Ho laughed over
tho matter nnd Judging from 'his ac
tions It is presumed that ho was part
ly under tho Influence of liquor.
Hnplil Transit people hnvo brought
the mail prank nt tho marine to the at
tention of the officers nt Camp Very.
It Is said that this Is not tho ilist
attempt of members of tho Marino
Corps endeavoring to bo funny nt tho
expense of tho crows of ltapld Transit
luent that the ca.'o bo submitted to the
Bupiemo Court on im agreed statement i a begin to rcallzo thu tcrrlblo fluan- tt
of facts, both us to tho alleged Uol.i-, ;: t,,i fully of tho prcEcnt policy, tt
turn or the hiiiiiiii I iw uiui tno qucs
timi Inwilvcd In tho assumption that
thu Hoard of License Commissioners
osess any uithoilty over thu churto."
of tlio hicworj, a point which Is du
Hied by thu couincl for tho corpora
tion. A conference will be held today be
tut en Deputy Attorney (lencrul An
iliows and Mr. lt.illou and It Is bu
lleicd that mi ngi cement will bu
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MRS. BAILEY SUES
FOR A DIVORCE
Tlieio has been n new development
In Kg nds to thu Hirwciited running
ivie. nnd It now appears us If thero
wilt bu t'Mi .lup.iucio runnels In the
event If It conns off.
Another Nipponese ped lias entered
tho list, uml tho latest clnlmint Tor
Mmtitliiin humus balls fruii Wohtawn,
'wheio, between spoils nf ciiltlMtlng
I lue.ipplcs he tn'.tes rtrolls of tenl)
miles or m. This man nl'I-omh siH
to bo nbout IS sears of ir;o, Is coindil
eied to bo .t dandy rmiiier, mid It ni'il gei for Australia, She will lemlln
turn nut that the now tljallcnger wlltiheio fur fomu lltllo time
Serious charges nro mado lu a dl
vorio complaint that lias been fllcit
by Attorney 13. C. refers for Mrs,
Maria llailey, wifo of Jacob S. Hah
Icy, n local business man.
The wife's libel for divorce states
that thoy hnvo been married for
twenty-eight jenrs uml tlint thero
aru four chlldieii living, one of
whom Is a minor seven yeurs ot age.
Tho complaint charges uilultoiy,
nnd Mrs, llailey nsKs for tlio custody
of tho minor child, attorney's fees
and peimunent alimony.
KEEPS AUDITOR BUSY
Auditor lllckncll Is lu tho midst of
his usual monthly rush of pujlng off
city and county employes mnl bills
tinned In. Thu Supervisors havo little
Hjmpathy to extend because thu gen
ial auditor Is piled to his ears with
work, hut pass salary payrolls and
bills with tlio deftness of a rapid tiro
gun, mid expect him to pay everjbody
With thu help allowed him, thu aud
itor does n groat deal better than most
officials lu such olllces nn tho main
land. Yesterday hu paid out ?0 303 to
county nnd city ompIoH'S, excepting
those under appointment who are pilil
onco a month, Tomoirnw thu Super
visors will nieut nnd piss labor, road.
garbage and other bills, uggiegatlng
Jfi,500. t will then bu up to Auditor
Diicknelt to pull oft his coat anil slave
again. Hu Is onu of thu officials bow-
over who in joys a wide circle of
friends because ho novel growls Just
takes things as they come.
I RECREATIONS I
To those who hnvo never seen tlio
w Hiking of nn Iron founiliy uml rolling
mill, with iU many departments, Its
lingo and complicated machinery, will
do well to i,pei, 1 nn hour ut thu Art
Theater either loduj or tomorrow nnd
tee the spferidld illin entitled ,,Tliu
night to Labor," which tho manage
ment Is put iny before tho pabllc. Tho
story Is Intensely Interesting In itself,
but aside from amusement tbeie Is
much of iiiiediicatlouul nature for any
mio nave nn idea as to how and whoro
machinery is made. Immense and In
tilcatu I'll lies, hammers, planers, etc.,
me seen lu full action with thu man In
charge guiding mil legul.itlng thu
woik with thu slightest touch to this
or that lever, valve or handle. This Is
really a wonderful films, showing with
gicnt distinctness nil tho parts and
workings of labor-saving mnchliiciy.
Ar.ldo fiom its Instructive features this
film Is unusually strong In Its plot. Tlio
sequel to thu story Is unusual, being
devoid of a single objectionable feat
ure, culminating most happily for both
Labor and Capital. It would well re
pay one to seo this film alone, to say
nothing of the balance of the program.
' "Thu wheel of fun" Is the fun spot
of Hotel street. Tho liitnihurs of those'
nho try to rldo thu wheel are Inereas-1
Ing every week. Kvcn tho women nro
yielding to tho "I d'iro you" of a cum-1
pnnlon nnd nro attempting to rldo the ,
wncei ami maintain tncir ilccnmm.
Hut the whirling sensation given by
tho wheel causes tho most staid tn
weaken to an Irreslstablu dcblre to
As an amusement of nn athletic na
ture tho skating rink Is unexcelled for
attcmlnnca ami spoil. liven dm lug
tlio mid-week, tho rluk litis been Well
attended by the nilmlicrs of skating.
Tho music and tlio exhibition skating
Is entertaining thoso who do not skate.
MANY GUESTS AT
Oo.ilor Asch of tho County prison
has 95 nnn-paylng gtiests at present,
and Judging from tho look of the
cluirgo sheets nt the police station,
tho century mark will bo passed In
the near future.
Although there arc no vacant
suites ut the big liotcl, most of tlio
guests are comfortably caicd for,
and tho genial manager can always
make loom for one more. Somo ot
these registered nt Asch'a mo doubled
up, two in n roonl, uml that saves
tho bell-hops n lot of trouble when
they take around tho liquid refresh
meats nt closing time.
Ooulcr Asch is short handed nt
present as regards his turnkoys, and
one of them, J. K. Lulm.-la ut pres
ent under the weather. However
the wants of the boardeis aro well
attended to, and no ono ncU fear
that he, or Bhe, will bo neglected It
registered at the popular hostelry.
Two boxers of nolo arrived on tho
Alameda thin nftcrnnon nnd the men,
Dick Cullcn niul Johnny Murphy, worn
met by a bunch of local spoils. Cul
lcn, who' litis n good record as n light
weight, will bo niajched to box Charlie
Itcllly ut the end of this month. This
decision was arrived nt ns soon as It
was seen that Cullcn was on bunul
the ferry boat.
Murphy, who lias a womleiful rec
ord on tho mainland, has come down
for his health, mid hu Is being treated
rtijally by tho local sportsmen. JThu
boxing gamo will now ruvlvo oncb
moro and some good bouts will again
bu pulled oh In tho near futuic.
T. S. Harkncss, a passenger arriv
ing by tho Alameda. Is a tourist resid
ing nt Los Angeles, Ho Is accompanied
by Mis, HarknesH and expects 'to re
main in tho Hawaiian islands for somo
Captain William Elliott has arrived
by the steamer Alameda. Ho Is with
tho construction department ot tho ti.
Chns. S, Dcsky, dig well known Ho
nolulu mill, re tin nod on thu Alameda
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Mrs. !. A. Hnrtnurn arriving by tlio
Alameda today. Is a through passeu-
.(urrrlse tho public ns much ns Tsuka
mold did when hu first ran nt Hllo.
Per S. 8 Alamcdi from S.in Kian
cisro. Oct IJ.--Mis C. V. Ashford, A.
;. llalloy C. Hon, Mrs, Hon and two
children. Mrs. T Iliandt, V. 11. Cailey,
M. H. Conraii, J. L, Cooper, Mib. Coop
er, II, A. Craw, H, C. Crewman, Chns
S. Husky, Tred A. Mltmnii, Capt Win.
Klllnt, Dr. N. S. Fnliwciithor. N. 11.
rergiiDon, Mrs. Keigusou J. II. Tlsher
Miss May Kltdior. I'etiir filbh, Mrs
Olbb, Mrs. V M. Olffaid, Miss Cliace
(llllman. II. (1. Olnuca, Mrs. 1'. Oleo.
inn, A. It Onrroy. Jr., T. 8 Harkness,
Mis. HarknebB, Mrs, K A, Haitman
Mis. K. Hcnrlquos. Wm Heniy, Mrs.
i; Hodgson .Miss P. Hoi Ion. llnllln
Jlllmin, Mis. O O. Kennedy, Miss. Vol
la), Mrs, V. J. Krueg?r am) child, I,'.
THE HI I1OTIHM
Mrs. P. I'" Ilobaids wlfu of Captain
Ilnliirils of thu Murine Conps, returned
from u visit to thu mainland h) tho
M. U Monn, Miss M, I.cimmd, V
Lewis, MUs 1'llccn McCarthy, Mis. M.
S. McOInn, T. I. Mlkl, T. A. Miller
Mrs, A. LI. Murphy, J. A. Murphy, Miss
T. Murphy, Miss 11 1', Norton, A. II
Itesturlek. Mib. I'. I'. Hobnrds, J. Itos
ensleln, Mrs. II. I,, Hots and child,
Mrs, ,1, Scully nnd child, Joseph Sex
ton MIbb M C. Sexton, Miss (1, Shaw,
C, M, Schooling J Schociilng, I, I.
Spiaguo, Mrs, A, J Stevens, A, O
Stoll, Mrs Stoll, II I. Strange, Mrs
r. J: Siilllvin.J J. Sullivan, J T Tay
lor, Mrs Taylor, M C. Taj lor, Miss
Matilda Tnnr, Unlit 8, Webb, Mis. A.
A. Wilder, fl (1 Wllllimcnii, Mrs. Wll
fills a national need in tho land and It
will tako moro than thu cry of "fraud"
and "fuko" from tho avaricious, over
reaching physician to overthrow nn
honest, reliable mid stnnlard prcpira
lion llko I.) ilia V. Plnkhaiu's Vegctsli'i)
Compound, which Is mado from thy
roots mid hcibs of the field, mid has
cured more women of female Ills than
any other remedy mi know of.
TUG ALAMEDA experienced n flno
trip down from the coast. S. A.
Phelps, tho wireless operator of tho
Alameda, has been transferred to thu
coiiBti action ilopnitment pud he Is ex
pectcd to nrrlvo heiu !)' thu Korea
His placo litis beiu taken by I). II
Baxter. Tho Alumeda passed on Sun
day evening a, bark heading southward
In latitude 35.39 noith and lnngltudo
128.1G west. At midnight thu same
date shu passed the Matsun steamer
Kin line, hound fur San lVjnrlsi'o mil
on Monday tho vessel piused tlio U S
A. T lluford.
THE PARK THEATER.
An Indian trailer on tho trail ot u
kidnapper Is a thi tiling plr.ture on ex
hibition nl tho "over cool theater." The
ciiucstrlan feats uml tho Colorndo
scenes gUo interest to the picture us
well us tho intcnsoly Interesting plot.
In comedy thu Park Is offering n pic
tlliu culled tlio "Cyclutiu Snocxei." Tliu
sneezing nt tho chief character, who
starts a small cyclone every timu hu
nueezcB Is bound to causo u cj clone
of laughters with thoso who ncu this
picture. Tho Mulnott slstcis hnvo a
now song, "Qot- You Yet l.lttlu Olrl,"
that gets tho uppluusn of heaters.
Pearl Mclnutt Is singing an Illustrated
sung that is not fieo ut fun, It is
"Won't You Comu Over to Phllly Wil
Onu of thu host pictures shown nt
the niupliu lu several weeks Is culled
"Thu Hunters Qilef," n Patho film nr-
injigcd from tho posing nf a number
of Paiislan urtlsta In motion plctuio
nfTalis. Tho photographic otfects ob
tallied mo still tllngly faithful and In
terustlng. Tlio scunlc effects form u
beiiutlftil background that Increases
tlio vnluo of tho series. "Tho Jilt" Is
a. liortrayal of tho aw fuL results nf u
capricious woman's whims. The boom
iinng, wjillo not pleasant Is satlsfj
Ing to tho men who want .tn soo hor
get her niedlclno. "Thu Wmlil Vl'Bet"
uiui thu "Persistent Troiubniilst" nro
the eouitdlos for tho week end mid
they nro said to bo veiy good.
Made up the latest or any style.
Fort and Beretania Sti.
Beautiful assortment at
Second Floor, Boston Bide;.
LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS
SILK AND KID GLOVES
SILK LISLE HOSIERY
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Dressmaker from Paris, Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets,
FRENCH and EYELET
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
We cordially invite you to attend
Visit our store. You will be both
surprised and delighted at the
elegance and exclusiveness of the
That are now on exhibition
We have no duplicates. Every
article and dress length will be
unique in itself.
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
63 QUEEN STREET PHONE 295
Estimates eiven on all kinds of Draying, Teaming, Road Building,
Firewood, Coal, Walanae Sand For Sale.
WAVERLEY DANCE HALL.
M.in.igei Nullum IiibIeIr Hint his put
limn nbull nlmervo Urn rules of decorum
ll.itber Hum Imagine tho Wnveiloy
iduiuo ball to bu u place lu width
Dr. N, S, K.ilittenther, who Iru b m innio" r in tako iliice. Ho do-
on Ibo iinlulind fm Hie p.inl couple of Mies lbl on belinlf of p.itions who go
iiipiiIIib, returned on tlio Al.iinedn In ki be bnll to dnnco nnd enjoy tlii'nt
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Alexander Young Hotel,
Dyed by the F. Thomas Dying
Works, S. F.
J. Abadie, Prop., AOENT.
The best in
ROSES, CARNATIONS and other
MRS. E. M.
If you want your freight delivered
from the wharf in a first-class man
ncr nnd at the lowest price, consult
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort St. 0pp. W. 0. Irwin & Co. Phone 281,
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Furniture and Piano Moving.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year,