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NOV. tl. ISM.
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to meet the climate conditions of the .
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THE THANKSGIVING SALE HAS BEEN A SUCCESS
FOR THE PEOPLE AND FOR US. WE HAVE GIVEN
GREAT BARGAINS, AND THE CROWD IS SATISFIED.
WE ARE CONTINUING THE SALE UNTIL SATURDAY
Table Cloths and Napkins
Singly and in Sets to Match.
72-inch wide, satin finish, at $1.50
23 x 24 Napkins at , . .$3.75 Der dozen
And from that down to , . . 1.65 per dozen
From 55 cents to $5.25 a pair.
Beautiful Chenille Portieres
$3.00 a pair.
MEN'S CLOTHING GOING FOR
A Necktie to match the suit thrown in to purchasers.
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
We are offering eicat bargains in Walkovers and
Ladies' Sorosis Shoes in new lasts.
Will Discourage Issue
of First Papers
Washington. Tliu government.
(IiiuiikIi tliu division (if naturalization
of tliu department of commerce nml la
bor, Ih engaged In n spirited discus
Klon with clerks of state courts In
many places throughout tliu country,
an to whether Asiatics may heroine
citizens of the United States. It Ik
tlio opinion of- the government that
Anilities arc barred, both under the
Iuwh mid under the Interpretation of
those laws by (ho courts. In the
Mutes where thero are numbers of
certain kinds of Asiatic Immigrants,
however, there has been a tendency
on the part of local officials to call
Into question the boundness of the
government's position, and it Is alto
gether likely that many of the cases
in Question will. In due time, be taken
up to t lip federal supicme court, with
the reuult that, eventually, thcie will
be handed down by that distinguished
body u line of decisions that will do
teiiulne the question nt Issue for all
The theory of the government Is
that the Ai.latlc civilization Is so dlf
Cerent In ovcry Important respect from
tho civilization of ICuropo on which
our own Is based, as to mako the
Asiatics undesirable for purposes of
citizenship here. The Asiatics have
different standards from our own as
lo moral, social, domestic and econ
omic affairs. Theso standards have
been thousands of years In the mak
ing, ond therefore have becomo a
part of tho people accepting them. It
would bo unwise, say the government
omclats, to admit peoplo of this sort
to tho privileges of American citizen
ship. This doctrine Is not contested mi
fnr ns certain of Ihp Asiatic peoples
are concerned Tor Instance, nobody
in tills counlrj questions the propriety
of applying it strictly to the Chinese
and tho Jap.uieso and also to certain
of tho East Indian people, and to the
Malay race.' The difficulty comes
when the government nnilei takes to
apply it to Tuiks, Armenians, Syrians,
1'alnstlno Jews, and to other 'Oples
In the western portion of Asl.i, for
these peoplo have been coming to the
United States (In considerable num
bers during the past decade, nnd now
form n considerable body of the In
habitants of ceitaln districts of many
of the larger American cities.
As to the general pioposltlon of
Aslatlrs nnd American citizenship,
Richard Iv. Campbell, chief of tho
tlhlslnn of Immigration, department
of commerce and labor says:
"We havo n completo record of all
cases where first papers have been ni
filled for and Issued, no matter In
what part of the country. It Is our
puriiose, In all coses where we think
first papers have been Issued Improp
erly, to Asiatics, to contest the grunt
ing of final paiers, two years later.
Aliens of this sort shall not becomo
citizens without the government hav
ing first exhausted nit Its resources
to prevent It. Having this In mind
It has been our custom tp ndvlso
clerks of stiito courts all over tho
country to discourage the Issue of
thet'o first papers to Asiatics, and
oven to advise tliepe Asiatics to sur
render these papers voluntarily In
cases where they havo been Issued."
Bulletin Business Office Phone 290.
RiilWm F.rlitnril Hnnm Phone IRn
Five Animals Shot By
Special Humane Officer .Martin .1.
Scully has within the past week sent
flvo ilecieplt and aged horse to a
happier land. Officer Scully has
been paying pretty close attention
to the condition of animals which
nre being driven about the streets
of Honolulu by Chinese nnd Japan
ese vegetable gardeners and latin
(Irymen. In his dally rounds of the
moro unfrequented portions of ,1110
city the officer has had occasion to
confiscate n number of sorry looking
animals which were being used to
Officer Scully has In each Instance
brought the horse to the police sta
tion, and In case of the animal's Con
dition being a hopeless one, ho hns
put the beast out of misery by the
i 'iwwvmntvnrr'r-"'"'"" '"
William Slmlich Is alleged to have
landed u good right hnnder upon the
Jaw of Poll co Olllccr Samuel Kaa some
days ago which caused the minion of
the law to seek repairs at tho hands
of Dr. Wall. Slmllck was arraigned
before the District Magistrate this
morning under a charge of committing
an ussaiiit and battery upon an officer
while In the performance of his duty.
It appears that Officer Kaa objected
to tho manner In which a party of
teamsters of which Slmllck was n
member, were navigating a dray
through King street and he called the
drivers lo taBk over what was declared
an Infraction f the rule.! of the io.t.1
Slmllck is alleged to ham taken up
the quarrel and lunded ,i blow on tho
face of the officer, whhh according to
expert medical testimony caused two
Slmllck was assessed a nominal fine
of ten dollars and tho trimmings at
the conclusion of the hearing.
TO BEING FOOLED
Mr. Zenji, president of an emi
gration company In Japan, hits gone
to I'cru with u view to attempt a set
tlement of difficulties and state or
unrest nmong a large band of Jap
anese who were sent to that coun
try under promises which they claim
nre not being lived up to.
It seems thnt the laborers were
given to understand thnt rubber
culture would be their vocation In
South America at n wage of 2.00
yen. Instead, they have been forced
to plantation work nt a much less
wage, hence the dissatisfaction.
KUHI0 AND CASTRO
TO GO TO HAWAII
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
,. ITA.Ti tOMPOl?1
i .itlm CT'0 O 1 Vi
Is the favorite dentifrice of the
tourist because it is known and
sold in every corner of the world.
It cleanses and beautifies the teeth
and purifies the mouth, as noth
ing else will. In new patent tin
which keeps the dirt out and the
flavor in. No waste, no spilling.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents,
L. B. Kerr & Co.,
If you want a real Rood mattress and want to get it
for the least money come to this store, We have hair,
mess, elastic felt and other kinds of mattresses, all made
beautifully and priced so low that you'll be surprised, es-
peeially if you have priced mattresses elsewhere. All
sizes. Come and see them. G
HONOLULU WIRE BED CO.,
King and Alakea,
J. S. Bailey.
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Announces a Holiday
Opening of French and
Eyelet Hand Embroi
deries, Novelties Shirt
waists and Hand Paint
ings on Monday, Nov.
22, at Rooms 9 and 10
Alex. Young Building.
You arc cordially invited to inspect
'Continued from Pant li
Sheriff are Sheriff Jatrett and An
drew E. Cox, the Supervisor. These
two men are very popular with their
fi lends. Some of Jnrrctt's friends
(?) urc already in the field, working
against his interests. They wnnt to
see him defeated at the coming
election, nnd to this end they nre
working for Cox, whom they consid
er Is the better man of the two.
Ilcport has been circulated to the
effect thut Captain Itohert Wolpa
Parker, who has served as Senior
Captain of the I'ollce for about IS
ears, Is a candidate for the posi
tion of Sheriff. Hut when Inter
viewed on the matter he said the
time was not ripe enough to talk
about (ho position, Hn udmitted,
however, that If tho party wanted
his services he would allow his name
to ho used.
Tome AAbc Talks.
"I want to defeat Jarrett ana
Major Fern next time," Bald Tome
Abe, the ex-Japanese police officer.
Abo Is u Japaneso, but under tho
naturalization pnporB which he ob
tained fiom the United States gov
ernment, he Is a qimlllled voter,
"Last tlnio I vole for Fern nnd
Jarrett," salt) Abe, " hut they no
give me Job. Next time I like vote
for man whit give mo job. Maybe I
glvo my vote for Andrew Cox, be
cause no is gpoti man.
"For Mayor I Uonjt know tho best
man. Suppose un man wnnt mayor
and like my vote; he can get It If ho
give me hnnnhana,"
Abo Is not asleep. He Is pol Kill
ing his tongue so that he can make
n political speech next year. Ho Is
n haul woikor as long ns his employ
er tients lilin right.
Tlioio Is nothing doing In the
Home llulo headquarters, Thp lend
eta nio liiylng low, watching the
signs of t linen. The Labor Party,
of which Achl Is the head, are not
lining much woik. They realize
their wenknebs, nml the only thing
lo do Is to wait for proper time to
butt In In nn attempt to spoil the
chances of others.
Cloaked for the Climate
It has been oar aspiration to secure a
Ladies' Long Cloak
suitable for this climate ever since they came into style.
We have them now and are offering them at prices 01
$4.00, $6.00 and $8.00 each.
Another special that will appeal to the careful buyer
LADIES' YABN SWEATERS
Priced at $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $7.00.
A TRIAL ORDER FOR WOOD OR COAL
We solicit your first order, knowing full well that we will give you
such Rood measure of satisfaction that we will make you a steady cus
tomer. Fine ohia and algaroba stove wcod and hand-picked coal,
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Phone 281 Office Fort St.. opp. W. O. Irwin & Co.
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Foriiitnre ,nd Piano Movintf.
THE WAIMANAI0 SUGAR COMPANY
Take notice that a special meet
ing of the stockholders of TUB
WAIMANAI.0 SUGAR -COMPANY
will be held at the office of its ngonts,
Wni. O.'lrwln & Company, Limited.
Honolulu, T, II., on tho 24th day of
November, A. l) 1909, at tho hour
10:30 ii. m.
Huslncss To amend, thn Ily-I.nws
of tho company nnd attend to such
other business as may be presented
nt tho meeting,
Km clary of the Wulmnualn
Honolulu, November IS, 1909.
THE HIL0 SUGAR COMPANY
Take notice that a special meot
Ing or the stockholders of THIO
II1I.0 HUOAR COMPANY will ho
held nt the ofllco of Its agents,
Win. O. Irwin & Company, Limited,,
Honolulu, T. II., on the 21th day ot
November, A. D., 1909, ut the hour
10 a. m.
Iluslness To amend tho lly-I.uws
of tho company and uttend to such
other business as may be presented
at the meeting.
Secretary of the Hllo
Honolulu, November 18, 1909.
THE 0L0WAIU COMPANY
Tnko notlco that n special meet
ing of the stockholders of TUB
OI.OWAI.U COMPANY will bo
Jield nt tho ofllco of its ugelits,
Win. fl. bwln IViminnv Limited.
Honolulu, T. 1I on the 24th day ot
November, A. I)., 1909, nt tho hour
1 1 a. m.
Huslncss To amend the lly-Laws
of tho company nnd attend to sucli
ether business ns may bo presented
nt the meeting.
Secretary of tho Olowalu Company.
Honolulu, November 18, 1909.
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