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nviiNMNo iim.i.i.-riN, Honolulu, t. ii.. vi:i)Xhsdav, cut 27, 'op.
Sensation of the Year
The very latest fad
See our window display
and see what
has to say. The Billiken
Doll is unbreakable. Only
a limited quantity.
Corner Fort and Beretania Sts.
BIG KASH SALE
DRAWS HUGE CROWD
Many People Wait For
The lilKKi'nt crowd Hint over ntleiul-
lmI n gala of men's Roods In Honolulu
who clnmorliiR for admittance during
tlio entire inurnltiK t the iliiorii of tlie
Kimli Clothing Co. The crovwl actually
nilcd the uulluiiiK front cellar to the
collltiR, iih the lMKcmcnt iloor wiih tmeil
as jin exit for customers whose VniiU
had licen 8iiiiillvil. So eiiKer wete
memhers of the Iiiiro crowd to Rain
mtrunce Hint a well known nthlele
scrnmhlcd iion the street uniting
ond entered throURh a window. This
method of entrance was shortly barred
but while this was beliiR dono niiotber
athlete, n, football iilnycr. wedRed bis
way pant the guard at the More exit
To the Honolulu police this crowd
wns n new and sutprlsInK factor to be
dealt with. Atl one time diirlnK the
mornliiR three policemen and one
mounted patrolman were stationed at
the corner of Hotel and Kort st reel's.
When the doors of the store opened
nt 8;3U only n, tenth of tlio crowd wait-
Iiir could be admitted to the store
The balance waited patiently while
iho first section were beliiR walled
on and nt Intervals of fifteen to twen
ty minutes another Fcctlou of the
crowd would be .admitted. At II
o'clock (he crowd In front of the store
secni'-d to have Increased Instead of
decreased In slice and the stoie man
aRor rcnllzltiR the futility of hoping
to wait tiiKin thescvernl hundreil per
sons before noon, put up n sign an
nnuncliiR that the store would le-opcn
Tho Increase I nthe crowd durliiR
the mornliiR Is accounted for by the
fact that as buyers Iett the store they
w;ero voluminous In their prnlre of the
bargains that could still be secured.
The women of the town seein to bo
InklnR satisfaction In tho Interest of
the men buyers, for as one phrased
It. "they can't Inimh nny more nt the
women for attending soclnl sales."
Something Hint Is' pcihnps worthy
of mention Is that tills Immense crowd
wns attracted and Interested in this
salo with no other method than news
paper ndveitlslu;. The result of tho
snte proves Hint the Impression tint
has prevailed with some Hint Honolu
lu men do not read advertisements, Is
11 fiilbicy. Willi the crowd wns nat
urally cosmopolitan in character, It
was coiikkciI of mam men who are
well known in Honolulu.
Mr. Cooper, tho new innmiRor of tlio
Kash, announced lit noon today that
wlilto sales had exceeded his expecta
tions for the fli st half day that tliero
EDITORIAL' CHEF BARBER CHARGED 50' I to's Death May Change
had iuu nranm ou ilni nunn iQnwc v N
ciupuii J IIVIWUII HV
Attorney , Peters Prods
Peter Lee Calls Attention
To Honolulu Hold-Up,
The imported Celestial chef who
preildoa in er tho R.lllant array of pots
and stew puns in the Rastionoiuleal
department of Krtltor iliitlieson's tloin
Idle ts ii pretty fresh Individual, ac
cording to tho public utteinuce of At
torney i:. C. I'eteis.
,The prcsldltiR genius over tho kitch
en machinery nt the editorial lno and
flR tree- npponrs 'to lmvo forsuken bis
domain of tltiwaic nmt Rns stoves for
tho mora cxcltlnK pursuit of takltiR a
fl)er In seductive fan tnn,
The Chinese cook was on the Rrlll
tor nearly an hour nt Police Court
this nioruliiR. Under u torrid cross-
ilucsllouliiR by Attorney Peters, Kook
Tnl, who displayed much anxiety to
return to bis culinary duties nmt not
delay tho regular noonday session
around tlio Mntheson festho board.
wns Heated to n,doso of his own medicine.
l-'ook Tul squirmed ns the proverbial
eel miller the lawyer's iihjuIsII Ion. He
nppciucd like a-mnn attempting to sit
on n red hot stove and npponr uncon
cerned over Jim .marked change of
Kook Tni wns.'on Imporlnnt witness
In the ense wherein four Chinese weie
rhnrgvd with hnvliiR participated In
the actual conduct of u Rambling Rauie
nt 1'nuo.i. A Chinese cemetery was
the secluded sisit selected for the
wooltiR of tickle fortune through the
fan tnn route. Assistant I'rosccutliiR
Attorney Drown produced evidence to
rhuw that the game was beliiR con
ducted there by the four Celestial do
lendants. They were nnested on last
Thursday and have been at llbcrt)
since through bull of $100.
In the cloud of witnesses Kook Tal
.vho claimed Indirect relation to the
nioi nltiR organ, wns the bright and
tclntllatlng light of what might have
pimed n very sordhl li'illce court case.
Peters endeavofetl'to -,e.in from Kcsik
Tal If ho had not been pent to the
scene of gambling by the Advertiser.
Kook Tnl disclaimed nny connection
with the performance of Rim-shoe
stunts for Illdr Mnthleson or Hint
paper. Ho said' that his job was ill
led solely with' the Juggling of Julrv
steaks and that M had thus becii en
gaged for several years.
Tills- wns a faso wherein charger
had liecn mado (lint tho'pnniblcfa won
given n licit im'dorflnndlti'k (hat the
Peter l.ee and n friend from Ha
waii bud a ierfecl demonstration the
other day that lertnln bathers of Ho
I'olulu have no eoiiipuucllons ngalnst
charging teoplo into and u half or
double rates If they think the victim
Is new to the town.
Peter hasn't been In Honolulu lately
and new men liavo appeared In the
barber shops hi they ellb'er look him
for u tourist or a good thing from
tho country. Peter with his friend
dropped Into u shop the locution of
which can be furnished on demand,
end received tuusorlal attentions niiiH
a shine, the regular price for whlrh
nt tho outside should bo thirty-live
When .Mr. I.ee got through the bar
her chnrged lilm fifty centM. Tho for
mer hotel man thought he had been In
tho wild), i-f Cia.i .n loir.: that they
look litui for a coimrytiun mid a
pro er ulijeci of bunco sti-eiers. so ho
paid the money mid snld nothing.
On second thought be decided to
ask his friend how be got along, nnd
tho friend It seems wns "soaked" nt
thi! snnie rule, but being a lover of
peaco snld nothing to the barber.
"What I want known Is" said Peter
to tho newspaper man, "that you pen
pie's talk nbout llllo overcharging
doesn't sound very well In view of tin-
fact Hint when we como down hero
on ordinary Juislness you seem to
have n barber on hand to hold us up."
This Is not the first complaint that
has come to the 11 u 1 1 o t I n of two
priced-schemes In limber shops of the
city. It seems to lie tho plan In some
shops to sl7o a visitor up for nil he
will stand lr.it to -change the price II
It Is found lie knows Hie rates of the
city an dobjeets to the visitors' fee.
It would appear Hint certain barber
shops nru deserving of ns much atten
tion ns the hacknieu wero treated to
by the Promotion Committee, some
See the display of Ullllken dolls III
window of Sachs Dry floods Co. Tho
Ullllken doll Is unbreakable nnd It Is
Iho Intest fail. Only n limited number
TOKIO Oct ir, So great has lin-n Hip liillili-nto of tho IrtloJ
Prince llo. who fell binenii tlio uiovvs or Hie nssnssin Mine on .huitj
In), that his ileum lias neon regnrueii ns a puunr minimi;, nun r..n.
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IITIIIIJ II oillLiiil Bitiii;iiii;iii ina f,'-' uub i .in- .nu. . ... -- -.
that Japan's course on the Asian mainland would continue, the snmo nsj
outlined, irrespective or tnc uenin or rrincc no. sj
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esieruay iokio was in kiuuih, i nt- iuiuiiii.-e juiuiiik ltlv ,"-; i
consternation mused by the receipt of tho news from Harbin. AJL
lliroilglioiil japan mo one topic oi ronveisauuii mm uiu nsi-.isni.ni"n y
ii,.. vninriiti uliitpmniiti nmt the efTeit Ms death lnlullt have on the Hin
CZAR AND KINO CO-OPERATE.
PAIHS, Oct. "C. A Paris publication announces that In tlio recent
eonfereiue between Czar Nicholas nnd King Humbert It was iigieed In-' j
between tho two sovereigns to work toRcther for the economic iloelti5
incut of MoiitcneRro. It was further ngreed to preserve the Island il.
Ci..in fur tlin Cretans, nllowinc them to manage the Internal nffnliM .
of the Inland for themselves. The Itnllnn King pledged the support .of '
Italy to Kussla In working out her policy in the llalkans.
The crrat slRiilllcnnce of this. If the report Is true. Is that It Isolate.-),
Oerniatiy mine effectually, Italy havMng been heietofore In closer nlllniuo A
v.itli tlermnuy than with Kussla and considered an nlly or l.criimny in'
tlie Hulkim situation.
DISTINGUISHED VETERAN DEAD.
lU'ltl.lNOTON, Vt., Oct. 2(!. Ocneral O. O. Howard, who RrenUy
distinguished himself In tho Civil War, died here jestordny. '
He wns 79 years old nt the time of his death nnd left behind lilm n
remnrknhlo military and literary recoid. On March 13, ISC.., ho w'.w
breveted major general for dlstlngill shed services after Iiavlng tnkon
o.irt In most of the Important battles uf the Civil War. DurltiR 1SS1 niiil
ISS'J ho wns superintendent of W est Point nnd from then till tSiS hu
wns commandant of the Platte, Pnc Itle and Atlantic military depots, lit
ISltr, he founded the Lincoln memor lal university at Cuiiiberland t,np,
nnm-Kir nT A rc-tT n nftT-p CT1ATT .
. minion oix.;viuonti uuu mhuaii. juj
HASTPOIIT, Me., Oct. 26. Tho llrltlslt steamsblp llcstln, bound
from ChibRovv to Montreal, went ashore here In a storm jesterday nnd IV&3
n total wreck. At least twenty members of her crew were drowned. 3
The llestla Is n tramp steamer of 2,137 tons, commanded by Cap-t v-
tain Newman. - 'Jt
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WILL nui AttLVil ilivAliun vviin iiuoin. .n
ST-PirrKllSllUKO, Oct. SO. It Is onielally announced Hint tho i
murder of Pi luce Ito. who wns nbout to consult the Russian olllclnls jit ; 8
Vladlvostock regarding the claims of Japan nnd Itushln In Manchuria,
will not affect in any way the relations existing between tho two n:i-tlons.
tills effect was deduced In the evidence
Judgo Amlrnilc carefully weighed
tho testimony of several witnesses nnd
after considerable argument fioiu op-'
posing attorneys, found tholfour Chin-
Sherirf's otllco wouhj niLjnterfere'cso Riillly and assessed lines of twen-
wltW'ttin tliinin'lit th'n f!liltlnkn retnp.f V'.flvn ilnltnru pneli Attnrnnv' Pptprs
w-ns stilt n most complete lino of goods tery ns long ns It'wns conductel wlth-Rnve notlco of nppenl to it higher
to select from. In certain specified hours, Nothing to court.
ITWHT.-F. JiTF. HAS fi WANfJE OP HEART.
HICKMAN, Ky.. Oct. 2G. Speaker Cannon, who had left St. I.ouh
applauding his speech In favor of tho Issuance of bonds for Ihc puriu
of securing funds for the Improvement of the Inland wnterwiijs. spoku
hero lust night, his speech being oiiu iigalnst tho Issuance of such bomM.
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'TWO LITTLE POWERS WILL SCRAP.
PANAMA, Oct.- i!C. It is reported hero on reliable authority that
hostilities between tho government s of Nicaragua and Salvador will l
lectured this week and that nothln r can now picvent tho two nntlons
from roIiir to war.
Mighty Severe Price Cuts
IT'S A CASE OF SACRIFICE ON 0IJR PART-conditions that require just such price concessions. Perhaps the reductions we make
are too severe, but in our determination to make an absolute ..clearance we do not consider the cost, nor do we hesitate to take the
loss that these deep price cuts must naturally entail. ' ,
Sale Started This Morning
MEN'S PANTS, in all tlie most
desirable Patterns, CI IT A
from 30 to 44 waist, OlAu pajr
300 MEN'S SUITS, all sizes to fkfk
close at ridiculous nrice of qw""
Boys' Knee and Knickerbocker
45c a Pair
Men's White Stiff Bosom Shirts;
Sizes 14 to 18. .
Sizes 14 to 18 25C
Men's Coats, unlined; fine for of
Boys' Two Piece Cotton Crash
30c the Suit
Men's Soft Golf Shirts; a lot of
Very Pretty Patterns,
Men's and Boys' Neckwear; All
Styles Your choice
BOYS' and YOUTHS' SUITS, in
Knee and Long Ci Of The
Pants - - pi.OJ Suit
Men's Straw Hats; all Styles and
Four-Ply linen Collars; regular 2,
. Men's White Wash and Flannel
Vests; all sizes,
Boys' Straw Hats; twelve different
Men's Golf Shirts; Coat Cuff At
tachedAll Li;ht Patterns,
Men's lightweight Underwear;
Blue, Pink and Ecru,
30c a garment
Men's Soft and Stiff Hats; in
Black, Brown and Grey,
Men's Elastic Seam Drawers All
35c a pair
Boys' Sweaters In Turtle Neck and
Boys' Fine Ribbed Tnn Stockings
15c a pair
Boys' Wash Suits Russian Blouse
85c the suit
Men's Wool Underwear Drawers
only 25c a pair
Cor. Fort r(nd
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Cor. Fort and