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HONOMJMJ, T. H.. vriDXn3DAY, OCT. B, 1910 , ' ''.JL V4
K. splendid line of new Lingerie
Dresses are now being shown in
For Value and Correct Style Visit
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and Bcrctania Strccts-Oplositc Fire Station
H Absolutely pure milk from I
I THE , healthy cows in sanitary sur- H
H rountlings. H
I POND . 12 1-2c I
per quart I
DAIRY 2Rqo I
STOP at the HOTEL. MANX
IN SAN FRANCISCO
This magnificent hotel is situated on Powell street, in
: j the heart of the city, immediately accessible' to all the
shops, theaters, railroad ticket offices, eto.
EUROPEAN PLAN Bedroom, with detached bath,
' $1.50 and upwards; with private bath, $2 and upwards;
'' iarlor, bedroom and private bath, $5 to $10.
AMERICAN PLAN $3 and up per day.
f .'NOT QNLY,' THE BEST AT THE PRICE, BUT THE
EQUAL ,0F ANY AT ANY PRICE.
r Honolulu Representative: WILLIAM DOUTHTTT.
nv, wW.i-JIO(m308, McCANDLESS BUILDING
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Our Toy Department now open,
with a Fresh Stock of TOYS. GAMES
and a splendid line of BOOKS.
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GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
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Alex. Young Building
Writing Paper and
A Boxful for Twenty-five Cents
A. B. ARLEIOH & CO.
has a high Bios' finish and
tlio host wearing qualities.
, i. rui.i.int & co.'s
I'imi! iiu:i'Aunn paint is
In every respect tlio mint du
rnblo nncl satisfactory paint
im ran uec.
Lewers & f ooke,
177 South King Street
, M. E. Silva.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
Phone J179 Night Call 1014
Compartments in the
For Particulars Inquire of
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO,
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THE RENEAR CO.
ALGAR0BA DEAN IHILLO
THE BEST PLUMBING
Is Done by
The Pioneer Plumber.
183 Merchant Stiect Thone 1931
ON THE JOB
Supervisor Present Last Even
ing With Regular Vote of -'
No Routine Matters; '
Supcrlor Ulll Ayloll wus back on
tlio Jul); Ian night iiml Ills' Bti gnuoilR1
no 011 biirerni questions, anil litliuro
lo conrfffiin 'certain ropoits of Ills'
committee--rendered somewhat Intcr
estltiB what might otherwise have
boon n dull. meeting of tho city fath
At the lust meeting of tlio Hoard,
Ixjgun presented u resolution asking
tlio County Clerk to wrlto Aylctt for
an explanation of Ills continued 11I1-
Konco Ironi tlio meetings of thu Hoard.
This litter had the effect of bringing
Aylctt to the fore and nt last night's
meeting (hero was a full attendance
Since Hill's nbsenco tlio meetings of
tlio Hoard Iinxo been progressing
smoothly ami business carried
thrcAigli ciulckly; last night, howeer.
It was different and Aylett was on thu
Job nil the time.
Tlio work of the meeting was of a
routine, nature all through, two tax
payers addressing the members of (he
Hoard Just before adjournment, one
on the necil of fixing Gtlt Avenue, Kal
imikl, nnd tlio other on the need of
macadamizing Prospect street.
It was on tlio spiffing ordinance
that the mo-it discussion was mined
and although It dually passed second
reading with the line clumped to from
one to ten dollars Instenil of $200 for
each offense, Aylctt voted ngaliiBt it.
The ordinance hudhen pigeonholed
since April 19 last, thu meeting last
night being the first time It has seen
tl.e light sliue that time.
Alexander & Uatdwln home time ago
paid a license of $10 twice for 1-ile
Plantation to sell beef and asked that
tlio sccoml'nmount bo refunded and
the leport of the Committee oil Health
anil Sanitation was finornblo'to such
l'oor persons who cannot pay for
the services of the garbage wagon
will havo their empty tin cans taken
away under a recommendation of the
Committer on roads made a report
that Kallhl-kal I-ano be repaired as It
Is .In n bad condition.
In reporting on the, work being dntio
011 the road from Naiiakull to Wala
nao the Commlttco on ltuads says
that Mfty llttlo more worlc can bo
dono without a rock crusher nnd rec
ommends that a crusher bo taken
from Honolulu. ,
Vacations wcro granted scvoral rlty
anil county employees by the Hoard.
Engineer O. II. Gere being gleri three
weeks on account of Illness, John VI
vlcbaves and Chris J. Holt each get
ting two weeks. J, K. I'aele, road
ocrseer, In n communication to the
Hoard said that ho needed four days'
vacation commencing October 13, in
vlow of tlio fact that tlio Sunday
School Association convened on Oct
ober 14 und ns ho was chairman It
wns necessary that ho should bo pres
ent, llcsldents of Magazine street want
a sign nt tlio corner of TJmrston ns
lliey cant nnd tlio place, Tantalus
road should bo repaired: there should
bo a guide lamp on Achl Lnno nnd an
other on Sorcno Uino, according to
petitions received from residents.
Logan called attention of tlio Hoard
to tho fact that JSMO appropriated for
ninlntennnco nnd repairs of school
buildings was nearly spent nnd that
there cro other repairs thnt wore
urgently needed. Ho believed Hint it
would not be policy to appropriate a
thousand dollars for this work, but
recommended that tho Hoard approo
such small bills for necessary repairs
as caino up from week to week. Mc-
Clollan mado h motion to this effect,
which was carricu,
Qulnn told Hoard members that tho
automobllo and hnck ordinances pro
dded thnt all drivers should carry a
copy with thorn but these ordinances
bad nou-r been printed. As the at)'
proprlatlon of $300 for Btreot signs
nan not been used ho recommended
that tho ordinance be printed from
this fund. Also lie recommended that
a largo board be erected near Alakca
street wharf giving hack and automo
bllo rates to all parts of the city as
this would bo a great convenience to
strangers coming In on steamers from
tho coast, or Orient. Hotli these rec
ommendatlons woro put In tho form
of motions and curried.
The Hoard adjourned until 12: IB on
October 13 to pass payrolls.
BOSS TO WAVE
(Continued from Pace 1)
tlio exact stata of affairs. Jarrott,
it Is said by the political wiseacres,
told tho boss that somo Immediate
work is neoded to kcop the Demo
crats in lino.
Tonight the Democratic county
committee meets nt the headquarters
In Wavcrly .Hall, and the curbstone
Ftatesmen expect tho olive' branch
of peace will be waved violently by
the MiCaudlcgs fait Ion toward sii'h
Influential Democrats as have left
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M& l3v vMWO'MI(( lir Ml !? Mlrak fat f 1
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.... UjJjSw-- wmMmWisi&mch. iff Wmkli MM XrLs,jk.&i &'
re give you a pretty pattern and put lots of style in your suitand give
Hie boss nnd his managers to run
their campaign. Overtures to bring
Colonel AteCuithy, Or. J. H. Ray
mond nnd o(her strong Ilourboui
back Into the fold will ho made.
OUT IN FORCE
rRccital By Mrs. Hugo Herzcr
and Carlos Caccrcs Is
Hugo Herzcr gavo tho inuslcally-livl
cllned of HoiiiiliiliiNa delightful oven-.
tug last night In present lug Callus
Caceies, pianist, nnd Mrs. Hugo Her
zer, soprano, in n well arranged reci
tal in tho ball 100m of tlio Young II i
tel. A hundred or more gatheied to
hear the gifted pianist ami. the talented
Mr. Caccrcs had tho major put of
tlio program, for besides apiicurlng In
four numbers and responding to an
encore, bo accompanied Mrs. Herzcr,
who sang four times nnd also nnswer
cd a recall. Tor tho' most p.ut tho
program was made up simple, pleas
antly melodious numbera that did not
rcqulio much of a strain, nnd Mrs.
Herzcr selected mngs wpjl suited to
tho lyric quality ofyher olco, which
lias Improved 11 great ileal slnco she
wns last heard here. Her best work
was dono in a group of bungs by Mr.
Caccrcs himself, to whlclr ho placd
tho accompaniment. Of particular
beauty Is "The Moonbeam and thu
Itoso," nnd all wcro pleasing 'anil full
of molody. Mrs. Herzcr'a most nmbl
tloiis attempt was in "IArdlta," In
which tho mezzo niullty of her voico
was more apparent llinu In tho pruvl
011 songs. '
Mr. Caceies was splendidly received
In the icnditlon of his own eomiKHl-
tlous, hut tho best appreciated of all
was his plajlng of Uublnstelu'H "KA111
menol Ostrnw," Opus 10, No. 22.
Mention should bo mudo of tho cello
obllgatos by )r, Curl iltiiiuu. which
added much to the program. Hoi
ponding to encores Mrs. HOrzcr sang
"Open Thy Illiio Kycs," by Miissonet
and Mr. Caceies played another nl
his own comiKHlllons, "Hpiing Mco
I'arllcular comment was mado In
tho audlenco of music-lovers on the
accompaniments played by Mr. Cacu
roH. It Is evident that lie Is a dis
tinctly good accompanist mid more
should bit heard Cioin him' In this
you a perfect
' Ct&rmnrwT the country that has in-
JVLLULlJ mired with th Tnar-
velous music of Wagner, the exquisite
poetry of Heine, the subtle art of Menzefl;
the country that has enriched us with the
wonderful scientific discoveries of Humbolt
and the splendid literature of Goethe and
has contributed to the world's progress the
masterly military ability of Von MoltTte (ft
the victorious statecraft of Bisntarclc is av
standing testimonial to the ,. -1
ENERGY-BUILDING QUALITIES - s
OF 'GOOD BEER
Under the enervating conditions of our climate there
is particular need for some force-giving tonic, and this 1
tonic is found in perfection in i
r A Family Beer that should be in
PINCH0T TELLS OF I
FIGHT FOR CONSERVATION
ST. I'AUI,. Minn, Sept. 8 r.lffoid
Plnchnt, iloK)3ed I'hlef fiirWt"r of tlio'
Uiilled fllntes, occupied tho center of
tint. Mayo at tho .National Conserva
tion i on mess today. 110 ilolivfuM mi
uddioiigjji whUli bo urged tho perpe
tuation of tho nutuial lejourcca for.
fit in your suit
The Beer Thi's
to (Suit Hie COmeie
Iho lictiofll of tlio people, and not for
tho prollt Of a few. Many times ho
ntlarltod tho eo called "interests" bo
hind eluto contiol.
It Is possible that tho National Con
servation congress, which, by tho pro
giam, tdiould coiiilinio to tiimoriow,
will clnso toiilglit. I'M'slilent ll.ilier
sihl ho would crowd thu program art
much us iximhIIiIu- to this end, and pei
haps hold a night foiisIuu. It hui lienl
II Mivillli;iiu i-lllMOIIIIUll, Ullll liein,31U4J
mill llelldra ulclt .1 t-.tct flH
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The presidency Is expected (o feo fi)
J. II. White of Kansas City, tint proJ
nen i cnuirinnii or I no execuinofetmij
nilltee. Olrfonl Plnchot. who Is firosfl
! ilnnt nt ll.n N7.,ll.,...il CimcnrvnlliLi '9
Miclatliui tiihl Ills friends thitfhijft
! would not bo u candidate.