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nVU.N'lNO lUfLt.ETIM, HONOLULU, T. H., riUDAY, 0CT0I1I2U 22, 1009
Special Clearance Sale
See our, window. You ;ill find what you want.
BAR3AIN3 FOR BU7ERS.
75 doz. MEN'S GOLF SKIRTS Regular Trice, 50c
end 75c. To Close 0 At. 35c each, 3 for $1.00.
1 lot MEN'S GOLF S3IRT3 Regular Piicc, $1 00
and $125. To Close Oat. '.3c cah.
1 lot BALBRIOA'T tNDERGHIRTS Regular Price,
0c. To Close Out. 35c each. 3 for 1 00.
1 lot WHITE DRILL ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS
Regular Price, 50c. To Close Oat. 35c each, 3 for $1.00.
BIG OFFER OF GENUINE PANAMA HATS.
Resular SO 00 & $0 75 To close at $3 50 & $1.50
GO new style fancv GINGHAMS, in plaids, stripes
and plain Regular 10c To dose at 15 yds for $1.00
A. F. C. and RED SEAL GINGHAMS
Pcgular 12VjC. To close at 9c
SHIRTING PRINTS New Patterns, b: arictv
To cloc at 4'3c a yd
AIIOSKEAG FLANNELETTES. Plain nnd Fancy .
To close at Oc a yd
We have also reduced all other goods in our Gents'
nnd Ladies' Furnishing Goods and Shoe Departments in
correspondingly low pi ices.
GIVE US A CALL if jou are in for economy.
Yee Chan & Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Streets.
WHAT YOU GET FOR
YOUR MONEY .
When you buy shoes, what you get for your money is
not determined solely by the outside appearance. The
cheapest kind of shoes can be made to look well for a
while, but they don't wear well.
That's why the REGAL SHOE has and holds such a high
reputation. It looks good on the outside, wears longer ind
stands up better than any shoe made for $3.50, $4.00 and
$5.00. Every one guaranteed. We insure you a per
fect fit. Quarter sizes.
Neat shoe repairing done while you wait.
Regal Shoe Store, - cor. King and Bethel
The Bishop Trust Company,
IIX to nmuiiinrp
J open n Ladles
I their Trust liu
Inn mono, or
Invest may call or cor
opening a bunk accou
est, buying real estnto
any other class of sec
rltoiy n woman tan n
The Waliop Trust
fortunate In securing
Hiss J. T. Mnclntjro
community of llnuolu
past nf Illshop Ac Com
tjie will hue nn olllc
llnllillns on llethcl S
f 1 om S to 12, after th
AH nccounts nnd. transactions stilctly confidential.
PERFECTION ROOF PAINT
Give it a trial. Guaranteed to prove
good. Write for booklet to P. O.
THE0. II. DAVD2S & CO., AGENTS.
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
HEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come back.
Bulletin Business OiTire Phon 250
Pnllftin F.ilitnnnl Room Phoni 185
Bill l TTIN ADS PAY
TAKE A DIP IN PROSPERITY
: r 9 aA3 yy . ,
Let us print your PROGRAMS, MENUS,
' L SHIPPING TAGS, LABELS and all other
kinds of Commercial or Law Printing ,
Cftfe u-r on ordtr and you tuitl i) u-r another
'Bulletin Publishing Co. Ltd.
that on January 1st. 1910, they will
Department In connection with
whom l.ullcs, desirous of t-av-
wltli propei ty li.tereats, or funils to
loapond nnd lerelvo ndvlco ns to
nt, putting their funds out at lntcr-
fttuckv or bonds, or Investing In
Under the Laws of the Tei-
piopeity In her own right.
Cnmpiny feel Hint they hnvo been
this Department the sen Ices of
la well Known In the business
the manager for eight jenis
Sat lugs Hank. Mlaa Macln-
tho Illshop Trust Compinj's
whoro she will bo found dally
MOONLIGHT DANCE AT
You know what that means.
whoitult Importer and Jobbers
AMERICAN URV GOOD?
COPT nd OUP-FV T8
Famous "Settlers" Bridge
. Shpwn In "The Forest Empire"
"Ilouolulit bujs morn hooks In iio-'
portion to Its population than nnj city
I Know of, and jou would bo mipilscd
to learn of the largo number wo iiro
nulling light out of this store," said
E 11. llrowu, of I.j on A. lliovvn, to
day, spcnklnr In tonncctlon with tho
big run maile on "Thu Forest Ilmplro"
dining tho last three dajs. Over 300
looks nro toduj In the hands of Ho
nolulu readout, nnd tho demand con
tinues. Among tho curious Incidents (con
lectcd with tho wilting of such a book
ns "The I'orest Umpire" the nuthor
tells of having to eliminate some ma
terial n tiling to tho cut published
herewith, which would hie been con
"A certain big timber locator," said
FOR TOURIST TRADE
Secretary Cooper Calls
Attention To Needed
Acting Secrotnry Cooper,,ioportlng
to tho Promotion Committee today,
We hao tho following communi
cation (10m A. T. Knudson, who was
eomnilsalonor for Hawaii at the
AlasKa-Vukon-I'aclflc Kxposltlon Just
ended nt Seattle. The letter Is n
carbon cop, or "form letter," fiom
which I Infer that tho writer hns
bent stmllai ones to others in tho
"During the Inst summer In So
nttle tho Hawaiian Commission le
eched 11 great many lettcis mul
hundreds of personal eilml Inquir
ies legnullng tho possibilities of set
tling In Hawaii, 1 enclose )ou a
copy of 0110 of IhcFo lcttc-s whlih
seems to bo tho most coiuprclieiiHlvo.
People ns 11 whole nro not satisfied
with the llteiatuio that was handed
out to Hit m by our official 1 11 f 01 illa
tion bureau. O110 of their chlet
points of Liltlclbin was tho lnik ol
detailed description of tiny 0110 tract
of land thnt was available fonecttle
ment. What they wanted was depth
and qualltj of bolt, exposuro to the
sun, elevation nboo tho sea nnd av
nrago monthly rainfall, what imps
, If any, were being raised In tho
vicinity, nlso tho other questions
which in 0 embodied In tho letter 1
"I will return to Hawaii on tho
Hllicilit November 1C, mid would bo
eiy much pknscd If jou could Imvo
glVcn this matter somo thought ko
that t could com pa 10 notes with
jou nnd inaKo a mnuuucilpt for n
pamphlet that would cover the sub
ject in a moro satisfactory way. Wo
lertulnly can get white BcttleiB for
Hawaii If we show them In dctnil
exactly whnt Kind of lnnd tliey enn
get. Vngue gonoralltlca will not
hi lug a man to Hawaii. Thoy only
catch a mnn'u attention and mnko
hi m want lo Kilovv 111010 nbunt It. I
think If jou will bo icady (0 lo
opcrutH with me wo wljl bo nblo to
get out homethlng Hint will be 111010
in tho imttile of n pro (pectus nnd
bring 11 man to tho point of deciding
by enabling him to know before
hand oxnitly what pait of what Is
land ho Intends to sortie in,"
All, Knudbcn points nut 11 dlMcul
ty which of courso Is nothing new
to us, ' Hut the tumble is In giving
tho dellntto lnfuimatlon which ho
advocates. livery ninll brings In
anities Just ns ho lcfors to, but wo
mo compelled to answer largely In
goneialltlus. A jouug iiinu, Just
graduated f 10111 tho Untveifsltv nf
Wisconsin, cinio down b) Iho list
Alameda with (1,(100 lo Invist In
laud Ho wint IiiilK to Iho coast
by tho bamo vessel balling yeater
day. I ashed him befoio ho left to
toll ma Just what Impressions ho had
Mr, Thai or, "managed to get hold of
u largo tract of fine timber land In
otic of tho Coast States, located right
nlong n river that separated It fioin
11 largo cleat ed farming coiumuultj
did town. 'ihU dealer, although not
owning it foot of Iho land, nil being
government property, actually dllded
tho timber beet Inns off in quarters, nnd
then sent hundreds of letters to his
lrlcnds and people In tho 1-JHt, ndvor
Using -"fliio tracts of timber, worth
$5000 each, rV' J300."
"Now It happened thnt there were
no bridges across this rlor, except
one which he erectd out of cab) and
boards, swinging Itiacross tho stream,
with tho cable ends fastened to. trees
on cither Bide. This vvns tho only
means of access to tho timber claims
gained In his brief visit. lie re
plied in substance ns follows:
"I have ,been unable to sco any
prospect whatever of bujlng land.
I did And that I might lenso land,
but that doesn't appeal to mo at all.
I saw Dr. Wilcox of the Experiment
Station, but ho wasn't nblo to sug
gest, much chance. I don't sco how
ou expect to get furmcrs hero If
jou can't sell then) land, for I don't
bolleve you will get muiiy Americans
who will la (c Klndlj to n leasing
proposition. I Inquired nbout jour
public lands, but could get no dell
nlto Iden about when I could get a
chance to get any of thnt. llesldes
I don't think I'd tire for a home
stiad proposition. I want to buv
from private owners. My fnther told
me to go nhend and he would buck
me If I t'.irught things looked nil
llght,tbi)t I tlijnk 1 tan do n good
11c.11 ucucr on ine m.iininnu.
This joung man didn't stay longf
enough to really learn conditions
here, but his btutcnient shows pretty
well, our dlfllcitltlr in earning out
.Mr. Knuduen's suggestions.
As cvldenco 'that we nto leaping
benefits already fiom the tho Alnska-Yukon-l'aflflc
HxpoMtlon, tluco per
sons that I know of ai rived last
week who got their Idea of com I ng
fioin our exhibit, supported by let
ters written uftci wards by Mr.
Wood. Ily tho Inst mall wo nlso re
ceived four Inquiries from poisons
who state that they hnve Just been
through rur exhibit nt Seattle nnd
want to know moro nbout Hawaii
with the idea of coming hero.
Collefo nnd university men nro
interested enough 'in religion to put
theli thoughts Into questluns which
thojflro nt the celebrated preachers
asked to. fill tho leading college pul
pits of iho cnuntrj'. A number or
thoto Inquiries were publUhed 10
icntlj by mi eastern perlodlc.nl. It
Is piopostd by tho pastor of Central
Union Church to deliver n seiles of
nddreisns upon these Inquiries on
Sunday evenings occasionally. The
first of theso will bo given next S1111
daj nt 7:30 p. in. Tho tourso will
ho known ns "Young Amcilcn's lie
llglous questions," und tho flist
topic will be "Three Queries In
It must bo admitted by ovory fair,
minded, Intelligent person, that a med
icine could not live nnd grow In popu
larity for thirty jears, and today hold
n record for thousands upon thousands
of artmi euros, ns has I.ydla 13. Pink.
ham's Vegetnblo Compound, without
possessing groat virtue nnd nctu il
worth, Such medicines must bn lookod
upon and termed both standard nnd
(It'iHiiiilalilo by ovoiy thinking person,
Coinpers Fleturna New Yml. Oct
JRnniunl Ooniporn pwbldmt of the
America rulointlon of Labor who
hup be en In Tvuiotm t-1 n lying eonlninl
1 ul bint conditions nnd pioblenit lu
ll iirucd to tho United Stales hifi) to
I night on the French liner I.a Savoio. '
ho was advertising. The bridge cost
him nbout $500. Uon tho arrival of
each applicant, ho not only charged
them -the $300, location feo to take it,
tho "tract" of 1C0 acres ho hnd blocked
out for that person, hut Imposed a
j early feo of $10 for that porson using
tho bridge to go back and forth from
his claim to tho town on the other side
of tho river to get provisions,
"Briny, this man cleared up some
thing llko $20,000 In tho firtcen joars
ho operated, In thnt county, on bridge
tolls nlonc, taken from his victims who
located with him, and tho bridge cost
him but $500. Ho called It "Settlers'
Urldge," tacking this sign over tho
original 0110 bearing his own ,11111110,
tho "E" of whlc henn Just bo seen In
County Fathers Didn't Call
For Bids; Liable .
HII.O, Oct. 19. The tioubles at
tending the purchnsc of the Caspar
automobile by the County appear
not to be over. As n matter of fact,
it would seem as it tho real fun was
Just about to commence.
Deputy County Attorney Carl
Smith sajs that the Supervisors had
no right to buy tho auto without
first calling for bids. This tonten-
tton Is bared on tho law which com
pels tho Supervisors to call for bids
for work or material which Involves
an expenditure of more than 1500.
The question now nppearB to be
whether Auditor Mngulie or tho
County Futhcrs nro tho ones to be
held liable under their bonds.
Auditor Maguiro stated last week
that tho Deputy County Attorney
had told lilin that he Hud bettor get
the thousand dollars pi Id for the
nutoiuobllu back f 10111, Joe Caspar,
as otherwise suit would be Instituted
on his bond, ns tho purchase had
be on made without authority of law.
In tho meantime tho warrant for the
money had already beon sent to Gas
par. This gentleman had, as a mat
tei of fact, ulroudy been paid tho
bulk of the money before tho pur
chase was authorized by the Super
visors at their Inst meeting, through
tomo little urrangcinent, the dotnils
of which 1110 not quite clear. Mn
gulio snld thnt ho did not want to
appear ns a fool and usk Oaspar to
give tho money back after It had
once been given to'lilni.
"It la true that I did tell Mi. Mu
gulre to do that or(thoro would bo
suit brought on his 'bond," said Mr.
Smith, "llowovor, I told him thnt
merely as 11 private suggestion, and
I am surpilsed that he should have
told It to anyone.
"As a mnttcr of fact, tho Couutj'
has no light to mako purchases of
this kind without first calling for
"Well ,do jou anticipate thnt
thoio will. nctually bo a suit brought
on tho Auditor's bond?" Mr. Smith
'I cannot saj Just what will hap-'
pen now," was the icply. "I wish
first to consult with ono or to par
ties who nro Interested In the mat
tei, I should bo very sorry to sco
Mr. Maguiro to get Intoitroublo over
this lunttir, as he Is nn oincinl who
Is trjlng his best to do his duty,
nirtheimore, tho Supervisors are, us
a matter of fact, llablo under their
bonds, nlso, nnd tho question Is
whether they 111 0 not tho parties who
should bo held liable, ns they nro tho
ones wlm riiBh Into things without
any legaid to the conGcqiioiucs and
without lining foi tho lnvvs.'V-ullo
185 editorial rooms 25Q bull
nest office. Theie are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
GRAND LACE DISPLAY
Over 50,000 pieces of LACE displayed on our tables.
A partial result of our Mr. Kerr's call on the agents
of the great lace makers is to be seen in our store these
dajs, when we are showing n grand assortment of entirely,
new patterns in laces. The assortment is greater than
has ever been shown here on any occasion. Note the prices:
PURE IINEN TORCHON
Width from 1 inch to 32
Price, 10c, 12i2o and 15c
per yard. .
This is an excellent value.
. Widths from one-half inch
to 4 inches.
Price, 30c per dozen yards
and So per yard.
Gold, Pearl and Jet.
$2. $2.25, $2.50, $2.75, $3
and $3.25 yard,
NEW NECKWEAR. NEW SILK LACE SCARFS, NEW
BEADED SILK SCARFS, NEW VEILS.
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort St Opp. W. G. Irwin & lo. Phone 281.
Czar Nicholas, Accused Of Atpovingl
The Crimes Of The Russian Police
Tho cjes of Huropo liavo been drawn again to tho unending march
of political prUoiicrs In Russia to tho gallowa nnd to tho penitentiaries
by tho assertion that Umpcror Nicholas not only knows all of tho atro
cities perportuatcd In his linmo by the police, but that ho approves of
them. This charge was inado In a Socialistic paper, the Voiwaerts, of
llerlln, which published what purpoited to bo a facsimile nf a special
linnd-jvilttcn nevvspnper Issued only for the Czar's Information and con
taining plain dotnils of nil tho things dono by tho police In tho name
of the czar. It has ficqucntly been asserted hcrctufaio that tho Rus
sian ruler Is Ignorant of tho conditions existing In his cmplio und has
been kept uninformed purposely by his officials. According to tho 1 evo
lutionist who guvo tho Czai's uowsaaper to tho Yorvvnerts, "the Journal
gives an exact description of tho sjs'em of spjlng, of poltco methods of
prov iiklng dlboidera'and of nil tho bloody nets of violence which occur
HUSTACE - PECK C0.rijD
63 QUEEN STREET ' PHONE 295
Estimates given on all kinds of Draying,. Teaming, Road Building,
Firewood, Coal, Waianae Sand For Sale,
Widths from 1 inch to 5
Price, per yard, 10c and
Price, 50c and 75o per
piece; 10c and 12Vc per
Baud, Insertion, Edging
and All-overs to match.
Prices, 10c to $5.50 yard.
The best, quickest ' nnd cheapest
1 ri'fii) nlfH iHr
11 -L ' "