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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II, HATTIIDAY, SKPT. 10, 1010.
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FIRST NIGHT OF
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to' place the ii.imn of Mr. Harris In
iirwrt tellers wcro npK)lnted, and
tlmlote were ulinnuiicctl liy the
(hnlrmnn .nt -each precinct delega
tion. While tlio totals were. being
made, W. W. Hnrrls was recognized
liy Acting Chairman Crabbe. and
Harris moed to make the, cleitlon
of llrcckons unnnlmniiH Thlsrtruck
it responsive, chord, mid the Wito for
llrn'kons was ninilu unanimous with
Tho oto liy precinct was as f1-!
1st precinct. llrcckons. 3; Harris.
Slid precinct. llrcckons. 8; Harris,
3rd precinct. llrcckons. 9, Harris.
4th precinct. nroekons, 17. Harris
filli pieclnct.Ilreckoiis. 1. Harrf.
Htli precinct. llrcckons. 11; Harris.
7th precjnet. llrcckons, 12. Harris.
8th precinct. llrcckons. 13, Harris.
!Mh precinct. I.reckons. 12, Harris,
lUth precinct. llrcckons. 12; Harris,
lllh pteclnct. llrcckons, 1; Harris,
1st precinct. llrcckons. 1
2ml precinct. (Absent)
3rd prirlnct llrcckons. 3
4th precinct. Iirrckons, 4, Harris.
"One-Third Your Life Is Spent In Bed"
so naturally it behooves us to give some attention to the fittings of our bedroom. To awaken in a
cheery, cosy bedroom gives one a feeling of Happiness and perfect content and helps to start the day
right, and it costs but little to accomplish this it is money well spent.
METAL BEDS arc in most demand these days, of which wc arc showing a very comprehen
sive line in single, three-quarter and full sizes, from the plain light' tubo beds at$4.50 up to the mas
sive two-inch posters at $50, with or without brass trimmings, in scroll effects, or those with per
fectly plain lines, devoid of all ornamentation, known as the chilless, while ivory and Vcrnis Martin
and 'J(he popular finish, for. these who would like a little more1 coloring, we have the mahogany, pink,
Kieen.'and combinations. "
.Perhaps you are tired of the metal beds. If so, we have a' nice line of BRASS BEDS, in straight
4 posts nnd bent pillar effects, in round or square tubing, in satin or bright finish, from $34 to $100.
Or your fancy may run to WOOD BEDS say a genuine, mahogany with its rich red grain, in
Napoleon or Colonial designs, at $40 to $00; or the plain ityles in quartered oak and birdseyc, at $27
Our showing of BUREAUS is unsurpassed. Such a vHcly of designs and different woods
nnd fin is lies is seldom shown in a community of this size.
The soft-toned birdseye in natural finish is quite the vogue, and deservedly so. What could be
mcre-apDropriate for the- young lady's room or the guest chamber? Nothing" cooler and cleaner look
ing, and' at prices to suit all $30 to $93.
Then there is the genuine mahogany, that for richness of color and beauty of grain we must look
to when more elaborate furnishing is considered. In this we arc showing some beautiful reproduc
tions sf the earlier periods, from $45 to $100,
In oak wc luivc the largest showing, bcth plain and quartersawed, in golden nnd fumed finish;
every conceivable design in plain or shaped fronts; and oval, square or shaped mirrors, Solid oak
dressers, $18 to $68; imitation golden oak as cheap as $12.75.
' Maybe you lack closet rcom. Then one of our chiffoniers will be just the thing. All sizes
from 20 inches to 42 inches in width, with and without mirrors, in mahogany, birdseye, quartered
oak, golden or fumed finish, plain and imitation oak. in golden finish, some to match the bureaus and
some odd. Prices from $9 to $75.
To sum it all up, we are justly proud of our assortment of bedroom furniture and Its reason
ableness, and wc want to show it to you. It will give us pleasure to do so.
special orrER for this w;eek
Complete bedrocm outfit, comprising 1 solid oak dresser, 1 washstand, 1 table, 1
straight chair, 1 rscker. golden finish, 1 white enamel metal bed, 1 woven wire spring, 1
Excelsior Mattress, 1 pin- of pillows, Regular price, $53; special sale price this week .
WINDOW SHADES MADE
8th precinct llrcckons,
9th precinct. llrcckons.
loth precinct Iirrckons
lllh precinct llrcckons
12lh i reclnei. llrcckons,
J3lh precinct. llrcckons,
lllh prcclnrt. llrcckons, 10; Harris,
lfilh precinct llrcckons. 5; Harris,
llrcckons was then escorted to his
place on tlio platform by a commit
tee consist hit; of (IcorRa Davis and
Sam Mnlielana, and tlio temporary
chairman proceeded to announce his
Ho Hinted Hint It was too damp
for oratoilcal llrcworks and that ho
did not propose to attempt nnihli
In that line. Tlio chairman nbe
cd, however, that Kuhlo should conio
up on the platform. "Wo should not
only get him on tlio platform, but
In the platform as well," observed
Then came the election of n tem-
porory secretnrv. It falling to James
W. LIo.wl, and on llrcckons" motion
the appointment of a committee on
credentials was proceeded with, the
committee being composed of a mem.
her from each precinct, named by
the chairman of each precinct dele
gation. The personnel of the com
mfttce so constituted was as fol
lows: 13. A. Douthltt, Thos. Cum
mins, (J co. P. DcnUon, John Water
home, O. C. Swain, A. I. llrlght, C.
I.. Olo. Vincent Fernandez, H. 11.
King. J. 11 Wise, A. Akunl, IT. N.
Jours, Mark A. Robinson, I, K. Nn
one, C. IlrldRes, Kdward Hare, .1. J.
Mundon, V 13. Greenfield, J. II. Tra
vis. Kddle MiiiIiim. 13. d. Gay, W. K.
r.lli precinct llieckons,
Rill precinct llrcckons.
7lh precinct llrcckons,
Slmcrson, A. 8. Knlclopii, W. It.
Thornton, ChnnR Chati and William
A recess was taken until the com
mittee on credentials could report,
most of Its time being consumed in
n consideration of a rather lciiRtliy
protest from the Sixth Prerlnct of
the Fourth District, wlicro It was dc
dared that an opposition ticket was
smothered by methods that would
not stand anything tike the white
llRht of publicity. Tho credentials
committee, however, did not find
anythlnR that favored tho protest
ants, the precinct secretary's min
utes not showing that the other
ticket of tho protCBtants was rcgu
larly placed in nomination In wrlt
Iiir. No protests wcro received from
tho Seventh of the Fourth, where
Cohen lost out. This precinct camo
under the consideration of tho cre
dentials committee only on tho sub-
Istltutlon of Nlhu Monuwai for Chns.
Costa, elected as a delegate (o the
convention, but now absent from the
Upon the reconvening of the con
vention, E. A. Douthltt of tho com
mlttce on credentials presented n
erbal report to the effect as stated
and with tho exception noted, tho
delegates listed were dcclnrd to con
stltutn the convention.
Then came the move for n per
manent convention organization, and
aa It had all been planned out bo
forehand, there was nothing much in
the way of opposition so much har
mony and Rood feeling being evident
that oiio could see It In the ntnio-
BEE 0UII WINDOW DISPLAY.
ARE KNOWN THE WORLD OVER),
is THE Standard .Machine., ,&
1911 New Model Visibles just
J. P. Cooko wat tho mover to
make tho temporary organization tlio
permanent organization of tlio con
vention, and there wits not a dis
senting oUo to that program.
Then camo the question of conven
t " f.. ...t.
Chairman llrcckons stated that al
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number of views had been expressed
on this point by Rood Ilepuhl leans,
a number of them apparent y being
of tho opinion that It would causol
embarrassment, or something llko',. i.ii. 'nr Vnn ni, ,
that, to nominate county and dls-
trlct candidates before tho Terrlto-
rial convention had promulgated Its!
pint form, Monday. Hut It jlevclopcd
In tho ensuing dlseusslon that thls.vnn )anini.
was far from being the view of tlio
convention majority .
In reply to n question as to the
attitude of his precinct on tho ques
tion, J. p. Cooko, chairman of the
Fourth of the Fourth delegation,
stated that his precinct was In favor
of perfecting tho permanent organ
ization of the county convention and
then adjourning until nftcr the Ter
ritorial convention. Mr. Cooko Bug
gcttod thnt at vote he taken on the
question, and that while his pre
cinct was for adjournment, it was
perfectly willing to abide and net
upon the view or tho question tin
expressed by tho coin cut Ion major
!? A Wtntltltf tt'na (tin BtMtLtiuittnii
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for thnnn In fmnr nf linni(.illntR lie -
tlou. He jstated tliut 'a nulnbcr ot
the dclogalrsjlind come from outside
districts at itinVldcrnble expense to
themselves and that he believed a
platform committee should be imi
pointed to confer with tho Territo
rial platform framed today nnd v
port back to tho convention when .
reconvoyed today. tf
A. S. Kalelnpit broke In with the
ou that something essential
was being oerlookod, that being the1
appointment of u committee on
We must make ropm for our
CO., ' L,td., .-:- Exclusive g
rules, and ho so moved,
Tim ffitiirtitlnti timv. V,insilliilt.i1
consists of the following delegations.
First pteclnct W. G. Ashley,' 13. It,
Uiilh. 13. A IXiulhltl, W. J'. Knnial.
I Ianid Logan, Geo. Maknlcna. William
J' ,. ... ,, , .!
Second precinct Jas. II. llnjd, T hos
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w Klkko' 1)anul K. Ka(), Mo.
. KVknh, , ,,., ,Mrapl.nrff a. St.
T.ln, irrcdnc'tw. ciurlorV '
nea ,, hohImhi. Henry 1 .ellns, J. l'l.
ieaclo, John allniapehii. Chas. Kit-'
pahu, m,cn P. ljovt, V. II Sl?cre. II.
Fourth precinct .1. J. Ilclscr, It. W.
Ilreckons, W. II, llromlcy, C. II. Cooke,
.1. P. Cooke, J. H. Crulg, Goo. A. D.ivls,
W. V. Dinkc. J. II. FUhcr, II. Kolomo
ku. F. J. Kruger, J. M. Little. .1. Itlch
nrds. S. II. Ilose. G. Hchiminn, It. W.
Shingle. F. C. Smith, G. 13. Smithies.
Firth precinct C. G. Iiallentync, C.
11. Drown, W. W. Chamberlain, C. II.
Cottrcll, Chns. Crozler. W. W Harris,
Kdwlu Hughes, Chns. Hustnco Jr. W.
J. Knrrattl, J, A. Kennedy, f. V King,
J. W l.lyod. F. D. Lnttrey. IC. II. Purls,
K. -II. V 'er, I'. 1-3. Itlchar.lson, C.
B" , ' l" . faiu, c h. iicgier.
tilAtii itt't:iiit.k jiiimi.tv i, iitiKiit.
Nlhu Mnnuw.il. Sotomnn llniiohano,
John Kaatin, Hrnry Knno. Geo. K,
Kauai. Jno, M. Kcaloha, Jus. I.iiihlwa.
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Apakl Manmvnl, Dick l'jnaewa, John
Pc-nlli precinct Chai. CI. Ilartfett,
F- ' '. Cocked. 'C. Charlock.
'V ' ! ! ..irbollle. John Hllo Sr.. John
Hllii, .' ' . I.oiiIh K. Kajie. Henry
I !,.,. Frank Miibukn, Jr., Chas. L
"'' i. .' T. Scully. Moses Wire.
nth prtclnct D. 11. Dads, M. S.
DuKnto J F I3ckardt. V Fernandez,
jr j, jf. Kanianoulu. 11 T. Luke. Wll-
MI Lucas, Samuel Parker, I Pc-
relra, .1 A It Vlelrn, II. P Wood,
p M. Woodward. J K. Woodward
In moving to our NEW STORE in the Alexander
Young Building, we found too large a stock of
and coo odd volumes for
BOOKS for 20c
BO.OitS ior 25c :
BO'QKS for 35c1
BOOKS for 55c
BOOKS for 65c
SAJLE BEGINS MONDAY
& Lyon Co.,
out from the factory.
Ninth precinct Fugeno K Allen, S.
L. Aylttt. Henry Ksplnda. 13d. P Ku-
gnrly. A. V Gear, C'hriH J. Unit, rtobt
1). King, Hans II Kohlcr. Joe Kulioy,
John Mnrcalllno, Harry IC. Murray, II.
13. Newton, Geo. .1 O'Neill, J-nrry 13.
Twomcy. H. II. Worrall, Kdw. Wood
wind, William U Welsh, Geo. 8
Tenth precinct CJ. M. Ilcllcncourt,
8nm Kiiaunioaiia, Dald Kul.iuia. John
Kc. A. K. Kuco, A. Q, Mnrcnlllim, A.
McOabe, IMdlo McCorrltslon, Frank
Mclntyro, Frank Ollvelni Sum Wal
kcr.'Johu II. Wise. Albert K. Wood
Llovcnth precinct Aliau Akunl.
First picclncl Ulysses II. Jones,
Second picclnct Mark A Ilohlnson.
Third precinct Kniilninnii Lukoln.
L. K. Naonc, S. M, Nlhlpall, 8. Men
Fourth precinct Andrew Adams.
Chas. Ilrldgcs, L. II. Naonc, W. K.
Filth precinct A. 13. Cox, Oscar
Cox, W. W. Goodalo, ICdwnnl Horo,
John U ICilaii, Clifford Kimball, Itucl
Kinney, Chns. Kukea, 8. K. Mahoo,
Sixth precinct Samuel Klla,
Samuel Mnpu, Jus. .1. Mundon.
Seventh precinct David Douglas,
Joe Fernandez, F. 13. tlrceiiflold,
Thomas O'Dowda, Geo. F. Kenton,
highlit precinct Frank IC. Ar
cher, Chas. N. Arnold, J. IL" De Fries,
William Kane, II. M. Mahl, II. A.
Mc'Keagiio. C. 11. McNally. 0. W.
Nawoukoa, J. II. Travis, Albert Wa
tcrliouse. Ninth precinct II. K. Alapal. J.
P. Dlas, W. II. Knox, Solomon Ma
hclonn, IMdlo Marino, .1. K. Maukoll,
Tenth precinct J L. Co kett, A.
Fernandez, R. J Gay, W. II. Hop
kins, W K. Isaac, .1. .Kuplhca, Geo.
Lucas. i, ' 1
new stock. They
V. ' 'l,
SbJ-J ' ' '--
UleVcnth precinct Kdwntd Drew,
S.imucl'C. Dwlghf, Kriuik K. l-'ornan-dp.
(Jcorg'e Kaca, David K. Knhin,
John Kanno, llcnj., K. Ko-no, Win.
Twclflli pjreel net Harry .tKahalo,
A. 8. Knlelopu, lllchard Lano. '
Thirteenth 'prcctoct Hhbcii'o K.
Alu, Alfred L. Cistfci, .toll tt I.. dom
ing, David l: llnaplll, Daniel S. IC.
Palm, William I'nn:iknl.inl, Henry
Potorii, W. Iloll Tlinrnlnn, Harry M.
von Holt, llcjij, P. Zalilan.
Kourteonth iirfclnrt - Chang Chan,
Chns. Kiinckoa, Hcorgo Knolop.i, das.
K. Knunnul, W. H. Kcawo, H. P.
Malclna, K. L. slinrrntt.
Fifteenth precinct I:itrlck (llc.i
ron, William Henry, nnliert Hell
l)ron, 8. M. ICniunkala, TIiob. Pedro.
Total 8R. Grand total, both dis
tricts, 219. .
TO HONOLULU SCHOOLS
Maui Is Sending Good Numbdr
of Boys and Girls to
Schools of Honolulu,
lHlirl.il lliillillii Cirri upond'tirr.)
WAILlIKll, Maul, 8pl- !. Tim
AVnlliikii glrlH tcliirnlng t'i Honolulu
schools this week aio the following:
Wlnnefivil SalTery nnd Mnlicl Kuhl
lanl Nantio go In tho Noimiil, Itosi)
Cuininlngs to SI. Andrew's Priory, tlio
Misses Hva and Uivey It.Milminu lo
tho Central Grammar school, Violet
K. Ketili to Kauiohnnifha. lloth Kdlth
Baldwin and' i:Jlth D. Koota wilt Join
the Junior elnsB or Oahu College. Tho
thrco Ilaldwln boys also go back lo
Piinnhou. Lullnnl Weight ha left
for McKlnloy High school. Kddlo Ly
ons nnd Jnck Dal go to St. tenuis Col
lege. Sam and Will Kclllnol both
go to Kmnchaniclia as also one of thu
must be sold
Alexander Young Building
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