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EVENING miLLKTIN, HONOLUM', T. H. SATPIIDAY, OCT. 1. 1010.
At the Big Sale
A Beautiful Showing of Fine Quality
Laces and Trimmings
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A DDED to our other Bargains we will next week
make a SPECIAL FEATURE of 3 CASES of
NEW LA.CES and TRIMMINGS.
In addition to a big lot of Staple Laces, such as
Vals, Torchons, etc., we will show for the first time
very attractive values in High Grade Goods such as
the finest Hand-Made Irish Linen Laces, Elegant
Novelty French Trimmings, etc., etc. Our 3 windows
and 7 tables are devoted to this big showing. Want,
of space prevents us doing justice to these goods dur
ing the first days of the sale. Every lady in the city
should take advantage of such an opportunity to buy
the finest Laces and Trimmings for about the price of
ordinary cheap goods.
The following will give some idea of what we offer, and we
extend a cordial invitation for your inspection:
Novelty French Trimmings, half their value, $1.00 to $6.50 yd
Real Maltese Edging and Insertion, 25c to 75c yd
Sets of Real Val Lace V4 to inches, 50c to $L50 yd
Real Irish Crochet Sets, 45c to $1.50 yd
Real Cluney Sets and Bands, Vi to 312 inches wide, 22 V2C to
Point de Alencen Hand Run Sets, 45c to $1.15 yd
Black Silk Venice Applique Bands, 50c to $2.75 yd
Allovers, in Cream, White and Black in Oriental, Baby, Irish and
Silk Hand Run Net, 75c to $4.50 yd
Gold and Silver Net Allover,.$1.95 yd
Black and White Dress Nets, 42 inches wide, 50c to $6.00 yd
Venice, Net Top an 1 Irish Bands, 20c io $1.15 yd
Baby Irish Sets, 17 Vic to 45c yd " ' '
Fine Mechlin Laces, worth 25c, at 10c yd
10c values in Torchons, for 5c yd
Val Laces, 15c to $1.50 dozen mar velously cheap
Every Item at this Big Sale Guaranteed by us
Money Cheerfully Refunded If Not Satisfied
'Continued rom Paje 1)
Delegate, Campaign Manager Carl
Smith, who ac(ed nr pictdng ofll
cer; Colonel Sam 1'nrl.er. Chnrllo
Aclil, (lovemnr Raker. Stephen Po
ena nnd n number of the cnndl
dates. Smi h Stnrts It.
The campaign manager maile the
opening'' speech. It was now, he
raid, half n icntnry Mure the Re
publican parly became the dominant
factor In all affairs of stnto In Amer
ica. Since the ele tlon of Alirnhain
Lincoln, the Republican patty
thiough Its ofllclulB hail hail the con
tol of the country, with the excep.
tlon of one short period. The pros
perity and giowth which hail fallen
in the lot of the I'nlteil Slates were
duo to the Republican party. It
wns true that mu.-li of the legisla
tion in Congress and In the arlous
States was not perfect, but with all
Its Imperfections the people of the
United Bin ten, as n nation, had beer
willing to accept this work, good
legislation as well as bad, on tins colnew wU1, ,,, n rolroM,-t nnd a
"Hero Is the man )oi want fo"
Delegate," continued Parker, point
ing lo Kuhlo. "I know that Mc
Candles tins been here and" has toM
you that It wns not Kuhlo who got
the breakwater for mu. Now what
Is the use of his talking like that?
You nil know better. I know tti.it !
MrCntidlesq Is comlue back here, but'
don't let him drle ou around as !
what shall 1 sa- a elow dog.
"Who Is back of the Hamakua
Ditch and the Kohnla Dlt-h? Two'
standi Republicans. I am one of
them and niv friend McOrosson is'
the other. 1 won't iaj lliat It w. s'
the Republican pari) which caused ,
there two great enterprises, hut It,
was a Republican ('resident who
granted the f ran 'blue " j
I'arker went on to describe th!
new Lanal bumesteadlng experiment'
whereby oer four hundred faml ,
lies would lie started as fnrinui
This, lie nld. was a result of the '
prosperity caused by the rule of thei
Republican parly. He wound up h!s
speech with nn address In Hawaiian. I
A boIo by Krnest Kaal, accompa-
nled by his orchestra, followed and'
It made a great hit. Carl SinltM j
then introduced the Delegate.
"If Kuhlo came here for the first
time before )ou, what he would.
have to say would be largely In the
way of pledge," lie Bald. "Now he
made eight jenrs ago have been
kept. He call say: 'I liae grown
with my growth and strengthened
with my strength; 1 have learned
the most Intricate of all lessons, the
art of national legislation.' He has
made n record, and ie comes lice
with promises of a record in the fu
tu re. Much has been said of the
theory that the Republican part)'
would he the best to change erro
neous legislation if It ever crept
Into the laws.
Applies to Territory.
This nlso applied to the Territory
of llnwnll. Ten years ago it had
started on u new existence polltl.'nl
ly. The first Legislature was not
Republican. The people had then
not yel been schooled In the nrt of, millions whlili have been ob'talnel
raring for their own affairs pollt- frolll the natlotiat.govcrnmont In the
Icnlly; but when they had earnei( wny ,)f appropriations since Delegate
that the people' which had been ! Kuhlo went to Congress, but I think
to Congress and to the Legislature tnat every good citizen will not con
wnre not fit, then the peoplo select- B,ier only dollars and cents.
ed the Republican party to run Its "McCnndloKS notwithstanding, the
affalm. Whatever there was on the excellent new land law Is more the
statute hooks for the past eight joars handiwork or the Delegato than that
the Republican party was largely re-' of n t, nemocralB in tlio United
spoiirlble for. It had been tlw party! stolen; and I understand that there
which hail done things. If tlio K-nre n KCOll mny nf tl,Pn,, T,0 Del
pnhllc of the United States and the 0Rat0 responsible for the natloniil
Territory were fashioned on the, leprosarium and the appropriation
which lios been made for an InvoRll-j
Long, Heavy Hair?
Then treat your hair well. See
that it is properly fed. Growth
of every kind demands proper"
food. Starved hair splits iA the
ends, turns prematurely gray,
keeps short and do'. Then feed
your hair. Feed it with proper
food, a regular hair-food. Fml
it with Aycr's Hair Vigor. Thus
help nature all you possibly can
toward giving you rich, heavy,
luxuriant hahr. Ask your doctor
about your lialrand about Aycr's
Hair Vigor. Follow !:' advice.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
DOES NOT COLOR TIICIMIR
PunnJ I, Cr I, C .ir ft C. l.l; d,u.. It.
principles of the monarchies of Ku
rope, then the Hepubllcan part
would have taken unto itself domi
nant power. Hut thero was this ba
nlllocnt thing, that each recunent
two yearB It must go before the elec
torate with a declaration of Its prill-
Hides. This time had now come.
cation of the dread dlbease In the
hopo lliat a rure may eventually lo'
found therefor. Tlio Ibwb rclatlvol
lo Hawaii which have been passed
during tho past eight yours have
been beneficent, and they are liti
and as camjialgn manager of tho Ro-I Stephen besha was called to In-
-i-JjAinini-ii rn i
tilirtV tllO FDPakOr all". tt.1.tA tl.A lUloonin In Hiwillnn '
,.-. -0 f -.- - I tlIUUV.U tllD ll 11(,I1H. .. p.. .-.
that the campaign hmli v,,M WaumHnm
"I will speak In Hawaiian first,"
said Kuhlo, "os my own peoplo seem
to have taken some stock In Mc-
The Bic Audience.
Minim went on in express ins con
111 .' luntn .... ". ... j
. -. - ..- .- CandlcEs' speech and whatever bun-,
enco, which, he said, was the best COmb he has said. It neems that they j
Ik lemonibered having seen on slm-jmve taken some of -his talk to hearl,
liar occasions In llllo. A crisis liad'an, j mmi , something to defend,
come In the government of the Tcr-myge against R."
rltory. New iiuesllotis wero now as.. T(l0 Delegate then wont on to
calling the people, as widl as now,,,,,), nt length-In Hawaiian, whlclll
mil untiled candidates who were wog ot interpreted. He wns nsk-'
willing to pronilso the people nny-ej several questions by membern of.
Ibliig from ICO arrcs of land to tho tho audience, which ho in every caso
kingdom oft heaven. If tlio peoplo
would only elect them.
Ilie speaker went on to refer to
the othor candidates on e Repub
McCandless' Love of Queen.
In his Hawaiian speech the Dele
galo ridiculed Iho great lovo which
llniii ticket, Mime of whom were old , McCandless was suddenly displaying
and tiled, while others were young ror his "helood Queen," and which
and piomlslng material who would 10 wns expressing through Ills p'.nnk
not he found wanting. While near- to work for a pension for Her MO'
ly all Iho candidates were present
lie added, ft had seemed best to d.
vole the evening to giving the nudi
enie a chance lo hear what the Del
egate had to ray, and also to let It
hear from a few gentlemen who ac
companied him men who iindo:
Klood the situation and who would
be able to take up such questions rs
Jcty. This lovo was so much nioro
Mrungo owing to tho fact that Mc
CandlcsK had himself been one of
thoso who was prominently Instrumen
tal In Imprisoning Iho Qilfcn at tho
tlma of Iho o)orlhrow of tho mon
archy. The Breakwater.
McCandless had said Hint thn hroax.
the Delegate himself would not liavo, water was tho work of Thurston and
tho oppoituulty to dwell upon. I rcOlollnn. The securing of tho op-
o i. c l, proprlnllon was Kuhlo s business, and
HnmlMr'k.r after being Intro- U could not have been M-cured will.
luced by Smith, referred to his ills-,'"" mi. .......v. """ """ "
' ,, i. . n.i,i willed 1')' tho commlllco having Iho
irtrous run for Iho olllre of Delegate. ' . ...!,..
" "" ru" ' "',;; " '"'"' " '," , "-mailer In charge, and ho had worked
C.iigrcss stating "' gh ha w( o , n
had been defeated, ho was now ai .,, ,.,. n nlv.
Rei.ublldin as ho was then. ' " . ...... ,,,AA
"McCandless has been hero and
tins told miu a lot of huueomh," ho
went mi In a good-natured drawl. j
proprlallon of only $inft.0n0 v.as need
ed. Kuhlo had provalHl upon Con
gross lo pass an appropriation of $200,.
i will, rnc-tir.l fn tlin linnili-rnlion
At lea.t, he has done so If he mado . w ., i)iEnio nolnted out that
the same speech here as he mado it (f )0 ,nl(ortuton of nuronoana worn
Aula. Now, MccjanciicBS anu I aranoiiiiPd. tlio Tcrrllory wmilil lio BfJil
.Enrol friends. I am friendly with 0 ,vt, Filipinos. w)in would lower
all Iho MeCandlesses, hut 1 tell you ,ir, ,.n0 of Wagoi, ns their standard
he's like myself. He's been told by.0f living was much lowor than that
la lot of fellows that he'd niako n( tl(, Hawallnns, who would as a
lino Delegato to Congroa. N'ow.'coniiequcnco ho tho sufferers,
that Is Jiifct what 1 wiib told, and l .nk had had much to say In con.
made tliu run ami I got tun. " uemii-iuon oi uie iiepuuiicuii luu i iv.
I had Benso enough to slay out of and In pralso nf hU own. It
It nflerwards. Now, Link has run. pointed out that the Democratic li.il
, and he's been dumped, but, llko ujllmllcd Iho oiea of flrit class land to
good Democrat, like n good In lldog, bo given honiest eaders lo ten acres.
he went at It the secoi c' time, onljwhllo Iho Republican bill ns passod.
I now ho Is at It the third time (for give a much larger limit. Ilo ended
It Is tho third tlim. um't It?) an 1 his speech with n refcience to the
be will get left again. 1W between tho Democrats.
! "WK ALL KNOW THAT Mc-1 Kuhlo (qioncd his speech In Kng-
CWDIKSS IS TIIK ROSS OF THH Hli ' "n npoioRy for tho fact that
ni:tonitATIC TARTV. Ho Is n ","""u" """"." """'" """
41 ii iii.niliww, nf tin, llnitlllill n imrlv for
At this point l'n.kor w.indered on " ,1P.
, tell of his personal ''-unlntance P " " fJJ -
will, WIIII.I..I JennlUgs Hryaii. wloi u .(j()i( M,C.U1,0
ho had told, with his usual frank- . w()u)(I k ((( r.(1 ,)m wh.lt ,w ,
ness, that he had ns much chance i of m( , R1(1(lR ,,,,.. , w, , ,, Kn ,
being elected President ns he (lar ' s .mn, (( mnn w,)( mR ,iroul,,lt
ker) had of becoming Pope of Home. mniy ,S)il(,a ,v,cl ucrPt ,)erwm
Kulilo ana BtfiHwater,
.Klity good boss. too. for he jin clf out In IiIb long Hnwnllan nddrnss
!, i, L.,v lltlT v mOL AND "Wo "m nl ,lin "I"' "' nnolher
q flK Y ARl" SOON PAUTRD " Smlwi. ho said, ''and am Iho Iho
IS MOM-.V A1U-. MJU. IrtUII.I. ii...,l.ll Hi- for
ho. of all peoplo, will say that ho' Is
opixiied to InimlRratlon. that he. If he
is elected, will do nway with It and
all that sort of rot.
McCandless Speaks Falsely.
McCaivJIesi has claimed that the
provision of the land law which pro.
vldes for the openlncj of lands on the
application of twenty.flva people, wis
Inserted there by Candler, nd .that
the Democrats had It pasted thrlugh
their Influence In Congress.
"That Is not true."
"McCandless In his Mil and heforo '
tho committee noer made any such
statement, nnd thn bill contains in
such provision. What ho has oald U
false, hecauso I was then and I know
what was done. Thh amendment wax
put by myself In caucus which con
sisted of four Republicans and two De
mocrats, thn latter being Candler and
Houston I askiM for tho amendment,
and It wns passed by Iho four Re
publicans. I asked Cnndler and Hou1--Ion
If they woro going in urgo their
hill, and they said 'no.' They said
too, thai Ibey never bad any Inten
tlon of urging It. Il-uinton said that
ho did not llko the hill."
Ifeio Iho Delegate pained, excusing
himself for being exhausted by, his
speech In Hawaii.
McCandless Is afraid In speak of hi-.
Issue In Kngllsh," ho continued. "u
speaks. of It only In his speeches In
Hawaiian. In his speeches In Kugllsli
ho asks you why do not tho mission
arlos glvo back tho lands lo the Ha
wallnns. Ho should nsk: 'Why doesn't Mc
Candless glvo back tho land In thn
Hawnllalis? 'Kor he lias morn kulo
anas than any other ono man In tho
In his Hawaiian speeches bo talks
about things which he h nfrald lo talk
of lo other audiences. Ilo bulldozen
tlieui and works nrouiid them. II
loves the Hawaiian people by not only
Inlklng to them but by paying them
or by trying lo pay them"
Here the Delegato ended, stating
that ho was too tired to go on. Ilo
would, however, on his return maku
his leading sneech In tingllsh.
Charlie Aclil, of Honolulu, wns thn
last speaker, speaking first In Hawai
ian nnd then In Kngllkb. Ilo dwelt
mainly on the Immigration issue I'lrsr
he called attention to tho fact tliar
King Kalakau.. had been resonslblo
for Ihn first Hawaiian Immigration
Inw. and It was to tho passago nf that
that tho prosperity of the Islands. In
which millions of dollars had been
mado, was In tho main due. In tin1
United Slates Immigration wns n null.
J?ct of legislation, nnd Hawaii must
not fall hack of tho match of pro
gress of tho reit or thn Union. Hn
ully. Aclil culled attention lo tho facr
that In I be 190!i session nf thn legls
lature. of which McCiindlesi and lio
himself worn both membors, McCand.
lets had not only hlmtelf voted for
the Immigration bill which was then
passed, but he had persuaded Achl to
vote for the measure as well. What
kind of n man wns McCandlos h
asked, when ho would vote for ii
measnro and Ihen flvo years after
wards condemn It n bid lcglslitlnn?
Was ho a safo man to send to Con
gress? Tho speeches of Iho virions Bpeitlc
cr wero nil greeted with nppUiise.
and Iho address of the Delentitt) wsi
'Mithuslastlcallv received. Thr. crowd
staved well although towards the end
nf Iho Achl speech, which Vis rather
long II began lo dwindle. lint all In
all tho meeting was an ilrolnte suc
cess, and nn nusplcloin beginning for
Ihn Re publican campaign
Think of II! A box of fine writing
inner nnd envelopes for onlv twenjv.
five cents. Them's whlln iin.l rtnll
cale shades Its the nicest you litvo
seen A. 11. Ailolgh & Co. Ltd., Hotel
tuuill fanners In tho Kula ictfiiii
nn Maul 'CiMirt alt crnpi In the best
of condition lu potato crop sii'fiT
In" no blliiht whilever n condition
nrt always euloyed by tlio farmers of
vouia; conalC-r I am aururlaed that1 -weklj iiulletlu (1 per jer.