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LINGERIE DRESSES Very dainty, beautifully trimmed wCth Val
, enciennes, Torchon Cluny and Irish LaceJ, each showing a distinctive
1 1 style and finish. Pritcs from $8 to $30 each.
''' " NEW MARQUISETTE GOWNS In White trimmed with lace and
fll showing the new draped effect; very dainty with Pink and 'Blue trim-,
t BLACK SILK SHIRTWAISTSIn McssaVnc, Pcau de Soie and Iaf.
fcU,ytt $5.60, $7 and ?7.60. '
-l ' FANCY WHITE SHIRTWAISTS Trimmed with Lace and Em
, ., brc-idcrcd; Dutch Neck and Short Sleeves. Only n few at special values
if I -$2.60. $2.75 and $3.
4j JEpCdUIStTE WHITE HATS Dun't fail to sce this new stock along
"with our very up-to-date and complete line of Millinery.
BLACK PATENT LEATHER BELTS New, with handsomo JPearl
and Metal Buckles.
' ' BAT-TAIL SATIN BRAID In all the leading shades. A new, anJ
, very effective dress-trimming. '
EMBROIDERED AND PLAIN ALLOVER NETS In White, Cream,
1 - Ecru and -Black. A nice selection.
BEAUTIFUL DRESS TRIMMINGS In all colors, with gold and sll-
. ver sequin embroidery. '
NEW FOULARD SILKS A beautiful showing in Dress and Waist
SACHS DRY GOODS CO.,
Corner Fort and Bcrctania Streets Opposite Fire Station
NOW s the time to have your lot filled , I
I and graded. I
I AND "y response to" a request for an esti- I
I mate will show you that the cost will I
I "he small. I
J P. M. POND, Contractor Phone 2890
STOP at the HOTEL MANX
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IN SAN FRANCISCO
This magnificent hotel is situated on Powell street, in
the heart of the city, immediately, accessible to all the
shops, theaters, railroad ticket offices, etc.-
EUROPEAN PLAN Bedroom, with detached bath,
$1.50 and upwards; with private bath, $2 and upwards;
parlor, bedroom and private bath, $5 to $10.
AMERICAN PLAN $3 and up per day.
NOT ONLY THE BEST AT THE PRICE, BUT THE
E0.UAL OF ANY AT ANY PRICE.
Honolulu Representative: WILLIAM DOUTBTIT.
ROOM 308, McCANDLESS BUILDING
A complete line of Desk,
Connting-House and Pocket
Diaries for the new year. Get
yours now and be ready for'
the neccisary entries.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building ,
Office Supply Co.,
GLOBE-WERNIOKE FILING CABI
' NETS and BOOKCASES,
GENERAL OFFICE .STATIONERY.
831 FORT STBEET
, CHILDREN HAPPY AGAIN
Our Tov Dcnartment now open
, with a Fresh Stock of TOYS, GAMES
and a splendid line o J3UUK.&.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
New Supply of
A, B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Everything in BooRs!
' BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
u Alex. Young Building
has a high gloBS finish mul
the best wearing qualities.
w. v. ruLixit & coa
I'unu rrun'Aiii'D i'aint u
In every rtsocct Iho most du
rablo nnd satlauctory nalut
uu tali use.
Lewers & f ooke,
177 South IJing Street
. M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 1170 Night Call 1014
Compartments in the
For Particulars Inauire of
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING 'cO,
. Will do it
THE RENEAR CO.
ALGAROBA BEAN MILLS
THE BEST PLUMBING
Is Done by '
The Pioneer Plumber
183 Met chant Street Phone 1031
Figures On Saturday Night
Show an Increase of
' . Eleven Hundred.
i ' '
Moio than olocn hlindrcd voters
ImVo beui added to tlio electorate- of
Oahu, nitordltig lo tho figures of Hie
Hoard of ItcKlttrutlon, which flnlslivd
lis work l ten o'clock Saturday nlgbt.
At that tl mo 7.53G olors wore registered,-
gain of 1,109 ocr the figures
of 19011, which Is n renurkablo per
centage, considering the fairly stnblo
population of the Islands. It Is ac
counted for by Iho coming of ago of
inan jouug oters.
TIid fourth district leads tho fifth
district by bIx otcs. Tho fourth ban
3,771, and tho fifth 3 7C5 However
tho (lirfcrciicu Is not real, for It In
certain that not all tho cllglblcs nrj
register! d by Any means, mid Iho fifth
may hnu moic than tho fourth. Tho
k'ffoit to H'.'cuio full registration was
somewhat more lgorous In tho fourth
than In tho flflh district. On the' last
day many aulas wcro used to bring
Into ones to Jhe board's headquarters
In tho Kuplolanl building.
Tho closing session of the board was
disturbed bj u dispute between Chair
man 8. r .Chlllnguorth and tho other
members, John I). Holt and A. K
vicrra. Clillllugnorth. going by n
lullng of Attorne)-(encral Lindsay,
proceeded to register joiing men who
will coma of ago between tho closing
of registration and tho day of1 elec
tlon. Tho other two members of tho
board objec'ted to this, baaing their
objections on nn earlier ruling, and
Chtlllngworth personally registered
tho cases In dispute. Vicrra and Holt
declared that they would resign, and
there Is sonic talk of earning tho
caso to tho supremo court 'beforo elec
tion day. x
In explanation of tho registration of
n deaf and dumb man, George Davis,
wlio appeared with tho man at tho
board and Insisted on his registration
stated this morning that tho deaf and
iWimb nro allowed to .te if they uro
Intelligent and understand what It
means. In proof of this bo submitted
at decision from tho encyclopedia of
law, which states:
"Although the eaily writers on olca
lions held that denf and dumb per
sons wero nut qunlllled as oters con
formably to tho doctrine which class
ed these persons with idiots, tbcro
Is no doubt that If they are of suffi
cient mental capacity they are com
petent to vote."
"Tho man In question Is cortalnly en
titled to vote, Ho Is Intelligent and
knows "what iifl Is doing," declared
Attorney IJ.ivij. '
HEARTS ARE LEFT
IN FAR JAPAN
Men of Dix Royally Enter
tained and in Love With
Out In tho coal nort of Mllkl. Japan.
tho big American troopship Dix has
been Blten two rousing receptions by
the employees and oftlccrs of tho Mit
sui Ilussnn Kalsha, tho company which
supplies loal to tho quurtormustcr de
partuient, and that Is why tho men
of the ship hao no thoughts for Dan
Cupid In American wutors.
When tho big ship mudo Mllkl last
trip for tho first tlmo to tuka a cargo
of coal to Honolulu, bor coining was
obscned us an ecnt without parallel
and tho men on board from tho skip
per down wcro overwhelmed with at
All borts of good things wcro fur
nished at the banquets given on shore
dmlng tho tlmo tho ship was thero
and every night tbcro wa mi enter
talnnicnt of some sort.
Tho ladles of tho families of tho
of tho officials mid cmplojecs of tho
coal company wcro pressed into sor
lco to entertain tho visitors and tho
men of tho ship still tell about that
first visit to Mllkl.
When tlio Dix arrived this time at
tho coul port tho sanio round of en
terlalnments was repeated, and report
has It Hint several of tho jounger
men of tho troopship hum left their
hearts in Japan In tho keeping of fair
daughters of tho I'loncry1 Kingdom,
Oidlnurlly the only ships making
Mllkl urn the small tramp colliers fit
lug tho Japanese flag ami the comfrig
of Iho Ulx Is such an Impoitant event
us lo deserve special observation,
Tho Dix arrived In Honolulu enter
da) morning bringing u cargo of 4,800
tons of coal for tho Quartermaster de
partment mid If nil Is discharged here
Iho ship will be in port about ten
There Is n report tlint a special trip
Is to bo made to Honolulu by tho Dix
to bring tho hoihes of tho fifth Cnv
ally biiuudion which Is now in louju
on tho Bheiiuan, and If this is so but
a portion of tho coil will be discharg
ed, enough remaining to tnko the
slonnier to Seattle nnd hack
Iho transport can cnrr G20 horses
t' l lr$v j!i
We'give you a pretty pattern and put lots of style in your suit and give
' ii you a perfect fit in your suit
nnd for tho trip to Manila a full ship-
mont will ho made, so If tho horses
a ro to bo brought to Honolulu for tho
Fifth they will bo brought on n special
trip and then tho transport will return
to tho Sound to load for Manila,
AH tho trlii from Manila was smooth
and without Incident, leaving Manila
September 11 tho run to Mllkl was
mado In four days and twenty Ibrco
hours. After coaling, tho transjMirt
salted on September 3 nnd came Into
Honolulu Just sixteen dajs and fifteen
hours from sailing tlmo.
Oh tho lust trip of tho Dix bad wea
Hier was encountered between Jap in
and Honolulu and for threo tin) a tho
big ship was hovo U to rldo out Iho
gulo. This tlmo across nothing nut of
tho ordinary was experienced and tho
sen was like n mill ioud tho whole
(Continued from Pace 1)
managed to work his way us far ns
tho Wnlakea Mill. Hera ho ran
across Ofllccr Kama, who happened
to be In that neighborhood. . As
soon as he saw the officer the Till
(ilno broke Into u run up tho tra-lc
leading to the cuno field. This ex
cited Kama's suspicion. Ho gavo
chase, and m inuged to cntcli his man
just beforo he reached the cano
field, In whli li he would easily have
found shelter. '
As u consequence Ualdomcro had
to faco Judgo Andrews on a chargo
of escaping, on which four months'
additional Imprisonment were added
to his sentence.
ONE ROAD DISTRICT
OF HIL0J0T IN DEBT
(PpiHlat II ii 1 1 e 1 1 n Ccrreir,ondniec.)
HIM), Oct 7. Auditor Mugtilro In
his report submitted to tho Supervis
ors lust Thursday, showed tho Indebt
edness of tho various roud districts to
bo as follows: '
S, llllo i. $6,71224
1'nna v....i.... 8,S-,1C3
South Kohula 1318,1
North Kohiilu 3.J13 ir
North Komi 310 ID
South Konu 89.4 J
North llllo Is the only district with
n balance lo Its credit, nnniely, tlio
sum of ?7rn Ifi The total amount of
tho oordrrts Is $22,103 87.
Stone Wall Work
Complete equipment for rapid and
thorough execution of all planta
tion construction work.
Portable Track, Dump Cars, Mule
Teams and Wagons, Plows, Har
rows, Light and Heavy Rollers
in the hands of capable workmen.
P. M. POND
JL eXtdpilUllt? - AOVlf $
e : 13
Ckas. R. Frazior J VV J-J 1
A Style Leader Company
Phone 1371 122 King St. CIOAR NOW Bo
MANUrACTURERS' SHOE CO., ltd. ' M. A. QUNST & CO. Agenttl
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