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BVENMNO 1IUU.KTIN HONOLULU, T. II.. TUKSDAY. NOV. !), 1009.
UNIQUE IN COLOEINQ AND GENUINELY HARE IN DESION. THERE AltE SOME SUITABLE TOR
0:iIER ROOMS IN THE HOME. COPLEY PRINTS AND SUBJECTS IN COLOR THAT APPEAL TO PER.
SOUS WIIH A TASTE FOR THE BEAUTIFUL IN ART. ,
ARTS AND CRAFTS nSHOP,
FORT BELOW KINQ STREET.
Mont Rouge Wines
Is the connoisseur's choice of Cft'.ifern'a win's. The wine is a
tn-iluct of Livetmore Valley and is alA-ays nueil in wood befors bot
tling This wine has been served br the Palace Hctcl for many years.
Sole Agen.s Ilawnii
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.,
88 Merchant St.
Men's Shirt Sale
As a tpecial inducement to shirt buycis we have wade
the following reductions in price:
?O.CO kind now $0.25 DC
O.CO kind now 0.30 us
0 75 kind now 0.50 pc
1.00 kind now 0.75 ne
1 25 kind now 0.00 pc
1.75 kind now 1.23 pe
SENATORS DINED INDICATORS FOR
liV PRESIDENT HONOLULU DIG GUNS
l.nu nlKlit at the Pacific CIiiIj W. TIio San rinnilmo Cnll snyn: It
O. Smltli. preililcul of tlie Sonnte, Intel cbtttiK ' nutc thnt a San
cntortaltieit nil (if tlio Senators who Kriiiicls 111 in luve Just cumplctcil
mc lit pi vspiit In tlie Trirllory nt two larfiu Imlliii.'iin for the govern
illniitT. Comth were laid for four- ment, to be Ins 'Unci In Pearl Har
Uen, nml after tlie cocktiilU were l,or, llnwnllan l-lniuln. They will
ioi veil ample JiiHtlco whs duno to i be used In connection with tho
tho banquet, inngo fiiulcru, l"dlcntliiB the Hinge.
I'ollllenl upeochrs were barred, the nuinber of mioIr filed, the ynrd
utlll every olio of tho clients had i nitc and other infoiniatlon, auto-
N ,uanu Street.
NEW CITY OFFICERS
The l.uril'ie DlKp.itcli kIvok tho fol-
tin- Ixl'tiid of Motolinl until tho mem
liim of the I.oslKlniuiv or 1!"'D made
the iimi.il trip to tho Si'liU'incnl. Tlint
wni the flrnt llnie Dr. O Day had nil
tipi'iin'mlls to taki up "xrleutlllc
work." a ihorl tliim bofon. lialiiK
ini'de an uecnhlnnal vlst to the Kallhl
bninethliig cuniilliiienlary to '
iibout Pnyldont Smith, and the beat
of good fvellni; was shown lij nil.
A quintet of iiiusklans i1ii)cd
diirlui; tho dinner, and If nny Sciia
lor thowcil bIbiis of belnc loo Iiiiik
wlnded, the band was Instructed to
iliuwn the offender's nlcc. Sir.
Smith's health was toasted with
uieat enthiiilnsni by all the com
liany nml tho party broke up u lit
tle later In the ovenlnc.
What thieatened to bo a serious
hold-up of two King street rnis
this iniirnliiK Jtnt Wii I K 1 1; I sldo or
Punchbowl, turned out very favor
lily for nearly fifty passengers. A
Ioiik MtrliiK of street earls were lie
tnir conveyed Indian flln nlunir tho
siu-i't, all hitched to each other,
wllh borer nt tho head. A. break
down left the stilnc ncrots the
tineks Just ns tho cars camo from
both dhectlons, Tho conductors.
after brief coimtltntlon, tool; thing
In their own hands, quickly trail
fened tho peuido and thoro was
practically nu delay.
mnllcnlly iiirniu-nl. This company
wns fnrtuunlc i iuiiikIi to secure this
(ontrnct out of i IiIr field of compo
titms. The mnhliiery on this par
ticular woik wis most ilcllcfito and
icqulred rhick-llke leKiilnllon on tho
dial, with n l" llslicd mnchlho surface.
Ian In? iletnlM of tho Han I'rnnciwo ucuhltiK station.
diction, received by wireless: As n result of tho lslt to the scttlt-
Tbo result of the municipal election '"cut, "lc lilw now refers to ns a
In Ibis rltv bun shown a Bwouphu lc "uilserniro hole." O'Day was full of
tnry for tin- Union Labor ticket. priiUcs for t!iu efficiency of the admin.
Thu following Is a list of llmto elect- Ittintlon mil tho efforts tlio Clovein.
cd: Mnyor. P. II. McCarthy; District inont was Hiuklns to obliterate tho ill
Auiirnnv i'.h:i M Klckert! Auditor case.
fhns F lloylti: Treasurer. John K I The general cxpietslon.of opinion
v,.ii,'.,i..,",l,l! Tax Collector. l)ald '' 'cl physicians who hail nimslon
P.usli; Itecorder, IMmniul Godscliaux; I" eiicuuiiler O'D.iy In tho pnctlce of
Cltv Attorney. Percy V. Long; Public Ihclr profession Is that his future nc-
Administrator. M. J. Hyiie; County tlons and repulntlon will set nt naiisbt
Clerk II I. Mu'cri'vj; Sheriff, Thomas cny of his attempts tn vllllfy tho poo-
V. Finn; Coron-r, Willlani J, Wul-h; i I ' of llnw.ill.
Police .Indues. Chas. T. Conlan IM -' ,77-
ward J. Sboit.ill: Siiiervlsors. I'ml FORCE OF HABIT.
L'ancioft. IMwanl UCtlttcn, Matt liar-' Mistress And Dennis doesn't
rls Freil 1.. Illlnier, Clns. A. Miinlnck iKIU jC n8 many kisses in his love ' modatlons and meet tho needs of tho
Xothlnir nfflcl.ll lias jet been re
ceived at the local HBcncy of tho Oce
mile Steamship company regarding the
plan to put (ho Sierra on tho local run
In placo of tho Alameda. Thoro Is a
Koneral belief however that tlio Ocean
lc Company will respond to tlio de
mand for Increased passenger arenm.
FORESTER IS COMING
FROM THE COAST
Tho San ri..iulhco Call of Oct. 2i
Tho local rmestry bureau lias de
cided to setiil l.ouls Mnrgolln, exam
iner of foie.iH, to the Hawaiian Is
lands Dec. 1 to study the Territory
for tho plaining of trees of different
types mbst io the advantage of tlio
Tne fnct that nono of the native
trees In Hawaii furnish construc
tion timber Is an liuportnnt i canon
that theio W intiuduccd into the
Territory trees of economic value.
Prac(lc'all all of tho construction
timber u4cd In tho Islands Is Import
ed from PiiRot Sound und northern
California, mainly lednood and
J.imeH P Iiootli .1. l-.nimei iiaurn ictl,'is :u be used to, Nora?
Orctir Hocks. Coinelltis Di-asv Tlni-i jjoi r. Is'o, muni, he sends shoit
dtliy II. Ilealy, John I.. Hornet John Wrlaht.
A. Kelly. John It. Knowles Unbelt J , Mstresr That's stiange.
1 onsbhery. John P. McLaiiKblln. Tim Xoia lint thin 01 can't Miinio
otby P. Mealmn. ChaB. A. Nelson, John (,,, M) ,,,,,,.1,, , Ypz BPOi .-3
t). Walt.li. hln on tho baik nv an nice cyart all
CITY 0A3TILE LOOKED GOOD.
(Continued from Pcjm li
twoynaiV unjoin n In the islands
In tho course of his Interview O'Day
t'ecljres that "two e:irs ago I went
Irom thi Ci'tt to the Hawaiian Islands
and took up scientific work among tho 53000
jurors on .moiok-ii.
. Tho facts are that O'Day never saw
Attorneys In CK II Service, Albany.
N. Y Deputy attorney generals who
tIMin a j ear or bs locelvu pormar.oiit
i'iuplo.Miieiit liv the nctlan of (Inventor
Hiudios In appiovlng lesoluilons adop -cd
hv the state civil servlco conimls.
Manuel Unbelt has tnken a decided
fancy to tho board and lodging dis
pensed nt tho city and county basilic.
He was gathered In by tho pollro tho
other ulglit for ovn Indulgence In nut
blown. Ho was icdeased at 7 o'clock
this morning and Manuel thereupon
made tracks for Hie nearest wet goods
nnpoiliitn and proceeded to cool his
overheated coppers by long libations
of cheeilng beng. He wns brought
SURGEON HARRIS TO
INSPECT LOCAL POSTS
SAN fUANCISCO. Oct. 2S. Col.
Henry S!'U. HiiiiIj, chief surgeon of
this depaiimcut. will sail for Hono
lulu on the triiiisiioit Sheridan Nov.
'p. Ho will make a thorough Inspec
tion of tho hygeulc and sanitary
conditions existing In the military
posts In li Hawaiian Islands. Dur
ing his ub.eii e Major Jnmes M.
Kennedy, In clui.'fo of tho general
hospital al tho P csldlo, will piob
ably act. In nildlll..n to bis present
dulles, us bii geun of the depart'
cKnth sj& areT'is!;;; a--
. ior mo eiieouuior aim 1111s iiiuu was
feni 1 vm a nu iy w
Ten per cent penalty is to be add
ed to all ta::es not paid before the
given sixty days In which to cling to
the polo of sobriety.
Rldgway'a Stock Sold. Now York.
Oct 13. The stock of the Itldgwny
company, publishers of Kieryhody's
Magazine, will be taken over by tho
Uutterlck publishing company and tho
capital of the latter concern will bo
IncroauM from $12 000 000 to 15,00n..
HOLDS HAWAII AS
KENT SPEAKS FOR
Address Before City Club of Chi
cago Represents Coast as
Apainst Japanese Says No
One Knows Hawaii's Future.
CIIICAOO, Oct. 20. "When the
people of the Pacific coast ask for
nn exclusion act against the Japan-
fp. ns they will do shortly, I hope
the rest of the .country will see tho
Members of the City club opened
wide their ejes when they heard
this statement by Willlani Kent of
San Frunclsco nt 11 luncheon today.
Kent, who Is n former nldcrnian
and civic leader of Chicago, has
been luotiiluent In uignnlzattou
against giaft In the west coast 1110
tiopolls since removing there and
Is known ns n close student of nt
fulis In tho west. Ills topic was
"Some Western Problems."
Ills discussion of the oriental
question was as follows;
Tho people of the Pacific const do
not want nny Irrcconcllablo race
tiipcrlmposeil or laid under their
western democracy. They showcl
this plainly enough In tho Chinese
cxclii8lcn net. Hut the nvorngc man
out theio would rather havo tho
Chinese than tho Japanese. The
hitler are too aggressive nml over
bearing. Kmplojers II tut them unre
liable. And It has been observed
that wherever numbers of Jnpancso
gather white people move nway.
We have had our lesson In the
llnwnllnn Islands. They let tho Jap
anese In there. At present nobody
knows just what Is going to beeoni'j
of the Islands.
The pioblem Is pressing moie and
moie. You can feel It everywheie
along the const There etui bo onlv
one possible ouWouie. We have no
coulldoiicc ' In the report that the
Japanese government will seek to '
restrain Its citizens fiom the Amc
'ile.111 shore mid the itch pickings
of tho west.
Speaking of conservation, Kent
The gVazIng question was Milvcd
by ltoosevolt nml Plnchot when thev
stretched the law If you can call
It stietchlng the law and set aside
wide tracts of land as forest reserv
es, tracts whero the timber was till ti.
This enabled the sheep raiser to
hold Ills own against the incursions
nf the big and tlio wealthy.
And that brings up this matter of
stietchlng the law. For my part, I
would rather sec It stietchcd In this
way than to see It stretched In favor
of tonic, big corporation or somo mo
neyed lulciests, as hns always been
done In tlio past.
1 Hither tho peoplo havo got to put
in 11 mipieiue court thut will rulo
against grunts In pcrpculty, which
nro not only wrong, but monstrous
or there will ho a revolution of bomo
coit. The people of tho west nro not
going to stand for the inniuch long
er. They nro against nil common
i-oni-o. Surely If a man ban a perpe
tual light to anything It Is to me
ntions o; his brain, jot tho patent
laws do not i;lvo nny one such a
light. Tho law on public utilities
-and 1'spoak especially of our wes
tern tsieums should bo equally
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
First Display of
Consisting of a complete line of
Fitted Suit Cases and j
For Ladies and Gentlemen
Music. Cases, Belts, etc.
Amongst the above are many high-class
European arid New York Novelties
As there are NO DUPLICATES of the
choicest articles, it is advisable to make
your selection early.
THE PLACE TO BUY
RIM I FTIM ADR PAV
We sell more pill ows than nil the other stores in Ho.
nolulti combined. That's because wc sell the best pillows
for the least money. You'll hardly believe our prices un
less you come to the store and see for yourself.
HONOLULU WIRE BED CO.,
Kapiolani Bldg. Cor. King and Alakea.
Our Great Clearance Sale Must End at
9 o'clock Saturday Night
This means that the ladies and gentlemen of Honolulu who have not already taken advantage of the offers we
have made can do so if they come before closing time. ?
v WE MUST HAVE ROOM FOR NEW GOODS. iS cases of New Goods arrived by the Alameda, and
will be iucluded in this great sale of Dry Goods. ' t ' v
MEN'S SUITS at the Lowest Prices ever charged for the quality.
The New Goods include LADIES' WAISTS-something unusually bright and fresh. Also DRESS
GOODS for Ladies and Children. V
The SHOE DEPARTMENT is opening unusual bargains in shoes for Ladies', Children and Men.
We are not selling back number goods. Everything is new.
L. B. KERR & CO., Alakea Street