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AHH a C" new assormen n which are several
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1 1 1 mat V have moulding in nearly the same
Our newest PRINTS are the best we have had. v
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
rORT BELOW KINO STREET.
William Jennings Bryan
the modern Commoner, was asked by a fool
ish man if he really believed in advertising.
To the foolish question Mr Bryan gave this
"The man who tries to attract business
without advertising is like the fellow who
throws his sweetheart a silent kiss in the
dark. He knows what he is doing but
nobody else does."
Follow the course of the EVENING
BULLETIN after itwleaves the press. It
goes to an office and is carried TO SOME
HOME; or it is bought on the street and
is carried TO SOME HOME; or it is de
livered by the carrier TO SOME HOME;
or it goes by mail TO SOME HOME.
In nearly every instance the EVENING
BULLETIN is carried TO SOME
HOME 2nd is read by the housewife. And
women buy, or influence the buying, of
nine-tenths of all the goods sold in the world.
To reach the women buyers, advertise in
the EVENING BULLETIN.
Don't throw kisses in the dark.
'SUPPORT TO CRANE
Prominent Men Uphold His Attitude
and Will Konor Him at Ban-
quct List of Leaders Who As
sure Him of Their Confidence.
CIiIcjbo, October p. An limitation
signet! by BO Chlragoans who Rtnnd at
tho head of tlie city's commercial.
lirofcssional anil social endeavors was
sent today to Charles It, Crane, whose
resignation na initiator designate to
CMna recently caused n conation.
Crane, nt present In New Yorlt, la ask
ed Jo bo tlie cnosl of honor nt n din
ner to bo Riven at his convenience.
The Invitation rom Into details of thq
recall of tho former minister deslR
nate, iinholillus his attitude In ovpry
Among the numos attached to It are
the folovliiK: C U Hutchinson, d,
II. llunihani, II II. Kohlsant, A. .1,
Karllng and Victor I. I.nwson.
The Invitation cays:
On behalf of a larso number of your
fellow citizens, wo Invite you to be
our Riiest at a public dinner to be
Riven .In ypur honor on such a day as
will suit your convenience.
We desire In this public manner to
express our r.mu relation of your .chap
ncter ar.d disinterested public services.
Wo regard as not tho least of those
rervlccs your vigorous advocacy of the
protection and extension of American
commercial and olltlcnl Interests In
the orient, In full accord with the well
known views of President Taft and
with his epoch making speech nt
When tho p-":dent appointed you
minister to Ch'n.i nn honor unsought
and unexpected by yourself you ac
cepted tho post "t pinsinal sncrlflre
end your tunny menus, cordially ap-
piovcd the present's choice. Your
Intimate fcnowjiMuo of China nnd Its
people, the wide ecopo of your experl
tneo In Imrlt.v matter throughout
the world niitl your exten?lvo pertonal
frlemlshli with many who hold re
sponslblo potltlona In forclsn nffalrs
contributed to your fltue3s for the
A'our tmimnl discretion, p-mlence
wisdom and iwvlcsty hud been demon
ttrntod to us ! an acqu.ilntaneo ex
tending over 2", years of an' active
bushier- and soclil life. Ho far po
conduct of your own lew illinlnlshei'
our confidence lu your fitness.
We believed tho published clrcum
stances, trivial la themrclvcs, were
unfair!) made live of In r.u attempt t(
huinlllntD you without adequate caure
and wo wish by this mennn publicly tc
protest against such methods, which
can not fall to havo n tendency tr
illocoiircgu prominent private cltliens
from accepting public ofllce.
Blank books of all sorts, ledKr
etc., manufactured by th Onlletli
TWO NEW CARDINALS
FOR UNITED STATES
Pope Pins Will Hold Consislary
for Appointment in December
or January Wishes to Add
More Enthusiasm to Religion.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 24. Unless
illness or sonic other emergency pre
onts, I'opt Plus will hold n con
sistory in December of January for
tho appointment of about ten cardi
nals, two of which, according to
piesent pontifical plans, will be
Americans, ono to be u member of
the curia nnd tints remain in Home,
with headquarters in' tho Vatican.
This Information was received today
from Homo by n high prelate and la
It Is stated that Pope Plus wishes
to add more enthusiasm to the spirit
of tho Cuhollc religion, especially Hi
America, nnd for his reason desired
to hnvo a counsellor who Is miffl
clently conversant with ,Ainerlinn
Individualities to. enable the Poutltl
to act nt once.
Tho new cardinal who will hold
this high position Is held to bo Mgr.
Fa I con I o, the present papal." delegate
to tho United States.
Ills appointment will be regarded
ns an American appointment, he
having been naturalized In 1808 nnd
voted nt presidential elections. Ills
forty-six years' stay' In tho United
States are considered to have given
htm a sufficient Insight In American
religious affairs tb make him a valu
able advser to the Pope.
The samo advices state that tho
other cardlnnl Is to bo Auchblshop
I'urley of Now York. It Is known
that the Pontiff Is highly pleased
with his work and his Inlluence In
maintaining Catholicism, especially
In some of tho larger American cit
ies. It Is pointed out further that
Archbishop Farley's elevation to
tho cardlnalato is In line with gen
eral" ecclesiastical promotion.
It Is ulso rumored in tlomo that a
third Amcrlctu' appointment for car
dinal will be made next year.
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Are Now on Display
Bargains in Rugs
We're going to clear out a lot of fine rugs during
the next few days. If you want to buy a real serviceable
rug CHEAP it will pay you to get in on this sale.
HONOLULU WIRE BED CO.,
3. S. Bailey.
Xing and Alakca Sts.
Jury After Five Hours' Deliberation
SAC71AMKNTO, Oct. 28. Claude
Wood, a iirofesslonal chautfeu'r, wus
today found guilty of manslaughter
by a Jury in the running down and
killing of Jnmcs I Smith while, on
n Joy .ride In tho Htversldo road
south of this city. The Jury was In
deliberation live hours beforo bring
ing In n verdict.
Wood was chauffeur for K. W.
Hale, and the night of August 9,
while his cmplojer wns ut tho thea
ter, Invited several friends to take
a ride down the Riverside road.
.lames Smith, wlfo and llttlo child,
were walking townul the city when
the Joy rldcis swooped down upon
them at a terrific speed. Smith wns
struck and hurled 120 feet. He was
dead when his wlfo renched him.
The automobile party escaped, but
all wcro arrested two days later. A
surprise in tho case today was tho
fatluro of tho counsel for tho do
fonso to argue tit case before the
Jury. Wood cried liltterly when tho
erdlct yfcu retumed. .
"STICKS EVERYTHING BUT THE BUYER."
Undoubtedly the best paste in the market for mount
ing photos, etc.
In tubes, jars ani pencils.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
185 editorial rooms 250 bu''
litis office. These ire the telephone
numbers of th 8utlttn ofTtoa
; Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
Our Great Clearance Sale Must End at
9 o'clock Saturday Night
i 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.
WE MUST HAVE ROOM FOR NEW GOODS. 18 cases of New-Goods arrived by the Alameda, and
will be iucluded in this great sale of Dry Goods. . - - . i " '
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. N
The SHOE DEPARTMENT is opening unusual bargains in shoes for Ladies', Children and Men.
We are not selling back number goods. Everything is new. v'
L. B. KERR & CO., Alakea Street
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