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EvTSSINS BStLETttf, HOlMLTJW, T, , TUESDAY JJ6V.
NOW IN PROGRESS ,'
TremeadoiM Reduction in Price i. A Real Money-Saving- Event.
Table Linen) Napkins, Lunch. and' Dinner Clothi far beloW'the regular
pricei. Buy now. No time like the present.
Municipal Campaigns End
In Personal Bitter Attacks
closed tonight In n number of heated meetings The MltcrnesK which
has marked iho campaign wiih carried thtnugh In Jho Very end, 'tonight h
meetings being characterized by tho,dcnuiiliitry spfoclitM ,of Iho um
dldatcs and (ho heated personalties Indulged In. ' ,"'' '' " i
" .Vhe'Wterest uart bf the campn iglr'hns boon Iho lUlil for On- dlslilct
The New Effects
attorkeishlp, In (Which
Money Is n candidate.,
ft : ' I
l ti-u 6 KvH D I I u B I If I
v Dinner Cloths
Hemstitched Fine Linen.
$3.00 Cloths for $2.25
4.50 Clothi for ?3.00
7.50 Cloths for 5.90
8.50 Cloths for .. 0.90
$1.76 quality for 91.85
2.00 quality for 1.50
2.25 quality for 1.75
Table Covers and Napkins to
match, in sets, all at reduced prices.
$0.75 quality for 80.55 yd
0.90 quality for o'.65 yd
1.00 quality for 0.80 yd
1.25 quality for 0.95 yd
1.50 quality for.
50o quality for.......
. . 1.10 yd
.JJ7 1-2 yd.
Standard size, new patterns, far
below the regular prices. x
$1.50 quality for.... 81.00 a doz.
1.75 quality for, . . . 1.45 a doc.
2.25 quality for. . . . 1.85 a dot.
2.50 quality for. . . . 1.90 a doz.
3.50 quality for. . . . 2.90 a doz.
4 00 quality for. . . . 3.15 t doz.
4.50 quality for. . . . 3.90 a doz.
$4.75 'quality for.... 83.90 a doz.
5.00 quality for . . . 4.00 a doz.
6.50 quality for. . . . 5.00 a doz.
$0.00 quality for 05 a doz.
1.00 quality for 80 a doz.
1.25 quality for 95 a doz.
1.50 quality for.... 8 1.15 a doz.
Gor. Fort and Beretania
' 1 r
In order to supply the demand for
Mrs. Reams' Mince Meat
for Thanksgiving;, it is requested that orders be given as
early as possible.
Factory 184 Hotel.
Dunn's Hat Shop
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA
When We let your wirelcsi call for HELP,
we will comer to the resettle with good old
"''-' .PRINTER'S IlfrK i
SOOD ADVERTISING HAS
SAVED MANY BUSINESS
IROM .FINANCIAL SHIPWRECK
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD. .
Koreans Seeking Sympathy
NHWl HAVEN, Nov. 1. Prof. o. T. I.atld, a former nvisA? Hi
Prince Ito, gave out n statement today in which ho declared that tin?
assassination of Ho was planned Jti ardor to provide a, cause fpr Jliiro
pean Intervention In tho affnlrH of Korea, llu states thai the Korean
plotters think that so much promlnc net- will lie given liy the win Id lu tho
death df a man bo widely known in Prince lto tluit nttentlim Trill lie
drawn to the Internal conditions of their kingdom, with tho luijieil-fur iu
sult of Borne antl-Japahcsp action on llm part of tho Powers,
TOKIO, Nov. 1. Today an Imperial edict was Issued, calling for a
suspenson of work throughout the Umpire during thu time of the funeral
ceremonies of Prince Ho, Today the body of the tiiRnsiliiuteij Htn'.esimin
lay in stnie In hlti former home, tho remains being vlowid b) sorrowing
GAYNOR ?N THE LIMELIQHT.
NEW YORK, Nov. 1. Ono hundred and twonly-flvo thousand dol
lars were waged here today on the resulfn of tho nin) orally election, lu
which Hearst la an Independent can dldale. cJaiuir (lio' Tiinitnaus'catidl
datc, and Uannnrd the fuslontte. A t meetings' tonight caci of the can
didates spoke confidently of tho res lilt.
The contest has hcen ono of th e most holly fought for jenrs, n des
perate attempt being made, to dow n the Tammany1 tlc'lccl. Todaj In
dictments were returned against lit ty pertous chnrKcd with fraud in
connection with their rcgistiatlon. '!
In the betting, Gaynar, the Turn many majoralty 'candid lie, Is a tvvo-to-one
TO MAINTAIN tOBBY OF 800. ' '
NEW ORLRANS, Nov. 1, The Inland Vntorwnvn Convention. In
session here, today voted to appropriate for tho expenbo.of, maintaining
a lobby of 500 persons lit Washington to work for nn appropi iatlo'n" for
the earning on of Improvement work along tho Mississippi river Tho
hope of the delegates U that Congress nmy appropriate sululcnl to
cover the work of deepHnlng the river for tlie passage of ocean, btcnin-shlps.
The COAT SHIRTS
that we have just un
packed are a little
prettier than anything
we have seen this
season. .They are cer
tainly the swellest
thing brought out this
PACTIONAL FEELING HUNS HIGH.
JACKSON, Ky., Nov. 1. County elections will bo hold throughout
this state Tuesday. Troublo is expected In llrcathltt count)', whoro
factional feeling Is running high. Ho ardent are tho partisans and so Im
minent is n clash that Gov. Wilson has ordered out a portion "f "
State mllltla to preserve peace In the county nnd guard, tho ballot
boxes. , ,
FEABY INVITE 1) TO LECTURE.
WABHINGTON, Nov. 1. Commander Peury han been lnilted to
lecture before the National Geographical Society on WediiesifHyf''Thla"
is taken to Indlcato that the socloty has endorsed the claims 'of- tho
commander regarding his discovery of the North Pole. IVhry arrived
here today and submitted his further proof to tho scientists.
mm i m ii,
JAPAN'S COMMERCIAL DELEGATES CONFER.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1. The Shlbiisnwa commercial dolegnlps held
conference today with Secretary of stnto Knox. Tho coliTercntbt"n'ai
private one arid no report has been mado public. '"
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WESTERN PACIFIC DRIVES LAST SPIKE.''
SACRAMENTO, Nov. 1. Tho lost splko In the Western "Pacific wns
driven today nt Feather River Bridge. Tliero were no ceremonies to
mark the completion of this great work.
''"' i u. il ua 1
losed kclFl.Ulon beforo tin I.i Rlsla'
tine coimiii-s 1 nii'gului fnu lu p
The refoluttoii pv.d on Unit ipil p
lug ami was placed on tho spcchl urd 'j
( r nf tho d'y of tomorrow. I g
Piloka Kilted Holsteln. S
Piiloka, tho eti-rnn tlnntrrer of Iho 8
niouarchlriil il.i). Mused. SpouWr Hoi- q
ttdH in tlihM.r,UlAtUo'ha1l tMi, morn
lug. Ho was nildiued with Ids nhldi C
ho wore In hrmor of tlio i vtra seislon 3
After tho Homo of llrrreipntathe'i S
V3b duly orginlcd Palon, ronltois r
and apparent! mined with liquid sptr i
lis, puteicd tho legislative hall iitul
rccuptcil n iiineplruims plaro nnmng g
fhy Flioctstoni. Ho watched for t'n S
opinnrimlt.v to neet Speaker llolrteln
ln( was blocked by tho nelxhborJ who
'iie sitting with him
ATTRACTIVE FALL and WINTER FASHIONS
Just arrived, some of the
most pronounced New York
stjlcs and patterns. Wc in
vite your earliest inspection.
Note A stitch in time
svcs nine ninl may save a
Jester's bill. Oar shoe re
pair shop is the most modern
WHILE YOU WAIT.
Regal Shoe Store,
Ktrg nnd Bethel Sts.
jEK3- BULLETIN ADS PAY -37
(Continued from Put 1)
Clerk Woodward proceeded with tho
Upon ItB conclusion, nn tho motion of 1
Sheldon, the messngo was referred to
tho Printing Cammltteo to be trnnslat-1
Itepresenlatlvo Kalelopu Introduced
a bill providing for tho payment of the '
necessary, expenses of tho special ses
sion. Under suspension of tho rules
tho bill was passed bn first reading.
Tho first. Indication of tho nil Import
ant question of land policy and homo
steads came In a Joint resolution intro
duced by Representative Castro.
Tho resolution proldcs for tho or
ganization of a commission nn ml
anccs to homesteaders and rends us
"Wlieroas. thero aro a number of
Homesteaders n this Territory strug
gling under tho burden of financial
difficulties to the extent of rendering
them Incapable of utilizing nnd dccl
oping the resources of their holdings,
"That thi) Gocrnor shall, nf soon n
practlc.iblo after I lie approval of tills
Resolution, appoint a commission of
thrco members, .ho shall ho utpei
lenced ami comietent peuohs to Ik
known ns tho Commission on AiHnnct
to HomcKte.ideih, whlih rommlssloi
shall study nnd thoroughly Invcrilglte
und examine Into tho mittci' of cstab
llalilng nn olllco to conduct Iho h ml
ness of nihnnclng money to the hnu
fldo homusteadeis of tho Torrltflrj on
security of moitg.ige (if'lllb lllinlcstead
land and liuprincmciitR thereon at a
low rate of Intel oat: cnld conunliHlnn
shall coiulder wn and moms whera
by said office ina lis maitigoil nnil'tlip
business thereof roiuluctcd, mid njiall
HkuwIko'cohsMor tin- most p-uctlcalilt
and feaslblft way nf-ralslng flinneV by
moans of proper legislation for tho pur
poso of meeting tho full lorpiliciijctttj
of tho ofllce. '
"Tlie Conitnlsslonorn miy. In Ihali
dltcretlou, umplo) legal (Oiuitol to im
Bint them in their work S.ilil com
inlsnloncrs shall onch receive t.v Una
drcd dollars for his service, toeihe
' with other reasonable allowance fin
"Whereas, tho full dvp!',nme- nt tho expenses Incurreil lu tho, perf u-n
tho resources of this Territory can best n,lco of "'" dullib heroin ur'cerr.icd,
bo attained by tho oci upauoj m nnu me unnmission null nuko cpmi
Uaton of tho unappropriated public '" Oovoriuir not liter than Jnnu
lands by homesteaders, and "O- 1. 1911. with their ttoomtna-id i
"Wlierens. it behooves the Torrllor-! tp18 appertaining Jln-iclo. togotju-
lal government to consider methods "' "'en Mil (r bills iu nia be
whoreby tho present and prospective doomm! neccssan for tho cffuctimtluti
homesteaders may bo protected, assist- "' "dl rccnnime,nd.itlo:iB,
ed and encouraged; therefore, I "And tho Governor h hereby rcipiort
"Do It Resolved by tho Leylslaturo of cd to l nlilUh for Iho p iblle lutciost Hit'
tho Territory of Hawaii: rupnrt of the Coiiitus on an J their pro
TUESDAY 'AFTfiaKbON AND EVENING, NOVEMBER 9.
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BEATS ARE ON SALE AT BERdSTROM MUSIC Sl'OSE.
PRICES ,.?1.00, 75, 50..25 CcntsJ
J" 4 s j
"The Elevator to Success Is Not Running
Take the Stairs1
T YOU lrio iicrn waiting for n rich uncle to get Jerhed henc. and leave ou a big for
I tillio, i.lvo It up Mb m.i) live twenty )e;irs liioro. '
If ou thought th.it tho way to nir.Kn uiiuioy was to savo for nevcral )cars and then
buy n big city nioelt, give It up. City blocks tire hnrd to c,ct, und ioii will lose tho
woitli of two or thtca of them wlillo ou nro watting nnd saving.
If Yoy apt to Save Money and Make Money Take
tile Common Sense Method
HERE ARE THE RULES:
ll) liu n I1 line ou Know Is good an i i piomise of geltl.ig better all the time.
(::) T.il.o Boiiiothlng pas that joii Kupvv uu inn handle 1). n't attempt big things
until ou have un-ctsa fully handled smaller ones.
CM liny vloso to homo whero j cm can sec what you have nnd lieep jour eo on It.
(1) lliiy for futurn rdvanco rather than present worth, (let snmothliig that lu nil
reason ought to bu better next jc.ir,
IM T.tl.o on all jou ran poaslbly handle If inn hnVn enough to pay down on ono
lot, t.il o thrrd Instead and pn part on each. Tho nll-cn ih tnelhoil is too slow for good
(til Act nt once Don't let gi.iss grow under o ir feet nelntR never pay dividends.
(7) Uiidflvolniiid piopcity ulvvas pays bigger limn ili'velopcd'propcrty.
If you make' an investment in the KA1MUKI NEW OCEAN
VIEW DISTRICT, your savings' will have a splendid opportunity to
grow with he city. " '
If jou have any douht about the city f,rowintr, thi ik abeat tho new buildings to bo
erected soon, includintj the Fctleml buildinj; nnd a 5150,000 Y. M. C. A. building, the millions
of clcllan lo bo sp:nt by the U. S. Government for military nnd naval improvements, the in
crcasinv; millions of our a;rncultural nnd other products, the nssurcd advantages to be derived
fro:a the Pannnn Canal that will seen rje'tcmplcted, the way our delghtful nnd healthful
climate is Leintj icccp;tiirc.l rs thcbist, and a few other thintrt that makes it easy for us to
understand why HonoJala has tlto teot Tromiing future that ever confronted an American
The size of our lots in the Kairauki Hew Ocean View District arc 11,250 sq. ft. each,
and rur piicts hre 500 00 for corner lots and S400.00 for inside lots, with liberal installment
KAIBITOI LAND COMPANY, Ltd.,
' " ' YOUNG BUILDING, HONOLULU. T. H.
. I I I U if X- JM.
i rl 'nitiifa tMtoW f 't T f lit in aferl'
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