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EVnN'lNO DULLKTIN, HONOLULU, J. H MONDAY, OCT. 3, 1910.
Republicans and Democrats
Both Spend Active
(Saturday nlchl nnd Sunday wcro
bus) tltuca for tho Oahii iKilltlrlaur,
who foiiiul In other pioplo's lilsuiu
n chnnco to announce their own part)
At the Big Sale
; Thas Week
fi i v
A Beautiful Showing of Fine Quality v ,
Laces and Trimming
A DDED to our i other Bargains we will next weelc
-make". a- 'SPECIAL FEATURE of 3 CASES of
NEW LACES 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 prevented us doing justice to these goods dur
ing the first days of the saje. . Every lady in tjie city
should take advantage of such an opportunity5 to buy
tip finest Laces and Triynmings 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 ValtLace Vi to inches, 50c to $1.50 yd
Real Irish Crochet Sets, 45c to $1.50 yd . .
Real Cluney Sets and Bands, Vi'to S2 inches wide, 2'212C to
$1.25yd '"'; .-'..- '
Point de Alencen Hand Run Sets, 45c to $1.15 yd
1 . 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 Jrd
Venice, Net Top and Irish Bands, 20c to $1.15 yd
Baby Irish Sets, 1714c 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 -Umarvelously cheap
Associated' Charities' Manager
Reports on Local Con
ditions. Tho report of llia.c wlnsu business
it la lo look nut foi (tic mod) or Ihu
city brings vividly to mind tho fact
thnl thcrs h inuro actuil poverty hcio
tlinn In hiipisim 1 1) lli'ixo who net"
know what It la tu wjiiI fur u Ic.'il or
Mis. Jordni, inanigcr of tlio Aji
c'alod Clinrltlci), In lior ici.t fjr Or
lobir 1 tt.ttca that tlio totil roclpts
of tlio rot ley for thr mt mnnlli
Into been tinjl unit tlio cxiieiidltu rn
fSC'uS. . ilcsntdliig thu work eho
"lh iimn.ucr iccelvoj niut.li assist
fmic" In lirr Work fmm (ho nurses nt
the l'nlnmi S'lllcnieit. TliciC downed
joung women mntfo dally visits In tho
tenements mid potfrcr quarters, of tlio
fit), nnt reiHiit n risa of destitu
tion Flummttn for mt'io cuiloslty'a
mike Is not to bo iiiinnr nded, liut t
mil niiru tint If sumo of our 'womo i
nt rutc' nml men, na w oil. wcro to
miko n lound of cilia with n nurse,
or thr m imigcr of tho Aasoclatod
Clui'tl'K, they would hno,ti hotter
linden finding cf tho condition of
their less fortuimlo bro'hlrs And sis
ten, nml he roilto nhnro thplrgood
Ihliiga, nn well ns moro cnntcittoil In
In- 'pltasant plies' In which their
'llvui have In en cist,'
i "Many kind frlendit lmu brought
llnthlng, so ncicitahlc to thnso who
"lily fceni nhlo lo rim enough for
food, 'o ke'-p bidj and soul together.
Onn frliml dointcd crockc-j platos
ire u liiur In miuy of the so-calloj
homes snrli homer!
"Tlio Strangers' Piinnil Society's
beds nt tlio hospital hnu heen In
tint dcniniid nil of thi'tii hating
Iwn iccupled most if tho time.
"Tho executive ofilicr of the Ilu
nunc Socltty nml tho manager of the
Asroclatcd Clnrl'les crmo lit contact
with io ninny ratios of drunken and
brutal fathom, husband and nuns
ImitliiK nnd utilising tho women mid
chlldicn whoso protectors, they should
be, that tlicy h ivo arrluil ut tlio on
iltulon that tho old fashioned whip
plug Kint would ho n Rood curroc-
"Kivo ilollnra Is tlio annual inciiiher
uhlp fee, pinlilo elllin t'l tln'manns
or or to the treasurer, Mr, Ooo. Tul
le r." i
It' la a ild tint tho officers of thu
Humane Society nro a-rlously consld'
erlm; mi effort to rovlvo tho whip
pltiK Ht ns n correction for aonvj
Every Item at this pig Sale Giinrnutecd by us
Money ClieorfuUy Rofuudcd If Not Satisfied
m r i i , - i i
ft - TT ) , I , I
'Ihu Ucpubllcanu on thu Kooliu aldcj
lit lil a political lu in jcateiday, thu
muil liuKirtant cM-nt ot the weekind
It. YV. Shlngtu, candid lie for troi
ruiir, and KOiernl olhor of tho iioml
neon were tho KuiMa of honor nut
tho nieakcr. The In in wna held it
the liriiio of Hubert W. I'Jlkcr ill
Ahiiliuaiiu, nb"ut slxly IicIiib inlur
tilnel I) i Id Wutaon w in (Inlrmvi
and unions tlio ap'nl.era were: U Ki
laiioknlaul, Jr cnndlihlo for c!l
clerk Jim (ulnn, John Wine, A I.
Castle. Harry Murray. II. V llrei
kuin, John U I.auo and II W, Shlu
Hlvalglit Itipubiliati t ilk foitured
tlio inrillng, nnd ricry aticikrr took
a whack nt Mct'iridlesa' I iimlRratl'iu
policy, wlilih was Hilly exilaluld to
tho votcra It was shown whit u blow,
jila iir.llcj. If carrlej out. would ho to
llio cntlru Territory nnd the fnct
that Ilawnllana do not lino to pa)
tho Kpccl il liumlKralli u tax unless
Ihey nro plautatlon owilerswaa .iImi
Rrt forth The fall icy of M Cjmlle '
promises for amiiulmonta to tho lindi
laws waa ulio luileweil
On 8atiirda icprti-ciiUtttoa nflnlli
paitlca "ro nt Wal.ilu i nnd Itcpub
Mean apeiikcta who rctn.ncd were
nulto aatlallcd with their ncrptlon
They found larRo nml npprcclatlvol
iiudlcncea mil their method of" ex
plnlnliiK clean) tno issues 01 uio con
pilRii wna iffcctlvo In eur ciso
It W. Hrcckons, who spoke ul Wula
lua, rotiirnid coiivlncod that sec
tion of tlio county will Rive Kulilo
and tho Rcncral Ilcpubllc.in tkkct a
larso majority, "The DeinoOats can't
fool thoso peole," ho ga. "Tljelr
bunco talk won't go nt Walaliu.
Q. What Is good for my cough? I
A. Aycr's Cherry .Pectoral. if
0. Ho-. lar:' 1-3 it been used?5!
A. Seventy yc.it s.
Q. Do doctors endorse it?
A. Ifnot.ucuouM not make it.
O r.i vnil inlilif !i n fitrmi It''
A. Yes. On every bottle.
Any alcohol in it? !
Not a sl.iglc drop.
Q. Iiownry I learn morcVif this?
A. Ask your doctor. Upturns.
; Ayer's Cherry Pcctelt
rtir.4trDf.!i&ArlCt.lr.-lCH V.. I
n:i:ii., i., m-u. i c
uiauiiLiy in iyuiiii nunu nu-j
commences lis Man- h
u fact urc.
. DIES FROM BURNS
tAn JiKiuest will lo liild.thla, ccn
InjT nt tho 1'olUo Station llito, tho
rutiea of, nnd tho cIiruniMnnccii sur
rouiidlnc tho dcnlh of .Mnlkiil Kim-
lelo. who wns Lad'." burnt ut lief
homo on Saturday I mht. Tho uiifor
tunato woman nnd lior luukand arc
nllcRcd to hao koiic on n protr.irtcl
aprce, nnd when all In, foil onto a
of tho ovlls that cauiio n firoat deal bod to sleep, A lamp wns in sonio
of lancrtv In this cltv, Tho slat"ly ocilurncd nMl It act lire to the
that they nro In a osltloii fr ktiow.j1""1-
Manufacture of okolrhno Inn been
risiimed nt tho distillery in Norlliil
Komi, tho last .Maiinn I .on brlnrilna;
down n liliincnt of hix iasl.s The
dlatiltery was ilusid for sumc months.
It liiivinc suffired tho fntu of many
new vtiterprlsis, nml In thu. midst of I
Ilk striiKKlea tlio'tlirriit of prohibition
u'atuu HloiiiT. Nun that t'.iu bldiallonj
l) cleartd us lert.irdi prnlilbltldti, tho;
niauiifncttiro. of liquor f'rom thrf tljj
root has been us)imcd mid tlmroit
recants n r'Jwl l'rojliqct that u thriving.
I If l,u"tur.ifiUlni dnve'opeiL .
such i.cema to bo tho onl)
Tho liusbnid, nwnkened by tho
flnniis, tried to drag Ills wlfo away
rrom llio fire, but tho woman wii3 to
far Ronn lo nsslst him In any way.
Dan Knmnliu, of thu poltco atatou
Htuff, rosldos i oar tba Knnlo'o home
and he. iinon 'iiuUnc tho erica from
WAII.UKU Mnul bept. 0. On thn cxcltcil 1 1 bnnd. ran to the home
Thursday aftitnoiu llic dcleRiitcs to 1I1(1 B0, ,,,., mll i, ,,tlo
tho Ilcpuhllcan convention wcrocun wagon canm Long nnd Mra Knilclo,
cjed from Walluku to I'nl.i depot wio was I'lUhlfull) burnt ubout tho
KEANU BROKE LEG
IN RUNAWAY ESCAPE
- For Infant and CbUftM()
The Kind You (favs Always Nviht
In trains placed at their disposal by
.WIiir Superintendent I), C. 1.1ml
my of tho Knliuliil Iliillro.nl Co , and
on arrival ut l'ala depot backs and
autonuihllcK weroj roady lo convoy
th ti passengers to tho homo. ,
All who wcro privileged to visit
the homo wero loud In their prnlscB
of tho cloRaiicn of tho buildings and
the surroundings a homo where tho
poor, old nnd needy of tho white
race, as well as the luthen, can ho
comfortably cared for durltiB their
declining dajs. Only mules would
bo ndmtttcd as Inmates. On return
ing, a Japanese hack In which wcro
O. II Cummlngs, V. Kcnnit nnd J.1
V. Welch met with nn accident Olio
of tho horses fell down, nmt the
other animal betnmo frightened ami
started to bolt down tho Incline. V,
Ken mi was tho first to get oil the
hack, followed b) George Ciiinnilngs.
Tho latter struck tho ground heavily
on his left foot uml broke his leg
above tho nnkle. Joo Weclt was
tho ln,sfto get out of tho hack, Bin
It was owing to his cool Judgment (
that tho other horso was brought, to
u standstill, thus saving tho life of
tho excited Orlontal. Mrf Cummlugs,
wna Immediately placed In nn aito(
und driven to the l'ala Itoapltnl,
closo b). whore he Is now 'resting
nulto cotifortnhl), nnd hla host ot
friends mo expecting hla speedy re
"IJo you llko alligator poara?'la one
of tho drat tost questions to which a
now comer luiB to submit. If ho rn
Plica: "I wna pn3sloi!Htel fond of
Ihoiii from tho flrft; 1 llku them In
miv sliano or niannei". In fuel I llo
awnko nights, eagerly anticipating tho
noxt fod" his sanll) ia boond ques
tion; ho has established himself on
nn assured nodal and nmnnai imn
Ing with all Ulamlira, Hut let him
heolla'e on tlio altlgitor peir tut, and
begin lo hem and hdg, nnd he Is
damned Knhala Mldgot.
body, was taken lo llio (linen's lloj
pltal, whero alio dlid jesterduy att-si-noon.
Bomo liucklcbcrrlcs grown In Kal
mil 1. 1 arc un exhibition In ono of K
O. Hall U Son's windows. The fruit
Is delicious nml wns lint produced
by tho wUard llurhank of t'allfor.
nl.i. Tlio fruit when nlanted does
riniarkablj well In Kalmukl, nccordj
Ing to ttic statement uf a' represent
tutlve of the Kulmukl Umd Co, who
rnltil tint rrillt.Hi.it lu 111 llio Ktort
v k I j II u 1 1 1 I I n Iff yraiv
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
Horlick's Malted Milk
is tile most delicious, 'nourishing ood-drink knownfor
the anaimic, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. So easily
and promptly digested that it agrcca with the weakest
stomach. It is simply a pure food, invigorating and
It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nouribhing drink is
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and
nursing mothers. Endorsed by physicians everywhere.''
Ssmplet itte to Phyildum and Dru(titi. '
At all Druggists.
HORLICK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, lUelni, Wis., U. S. I.
At tho Hoys' Field yesterday, some
Rik'yi' iiojrfttjiTn-u u ""'"
eating lectin e bj the Hev. I)r. Johns,
The. beantv of the lecture wna In the
fact lli.it It ru clothed In language
That lould bo uiulei stood by the bos
PONGEE SILK, GRASS LINEN,
1 TABLE COVERS ahd DOYLIES
has just been received from China
Cor. Bethel and King StsV