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nvnNMNO nuu.nTiN, Honolulu, t. it., Wednesday, oct. 12. into
A BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY
LINGERIE DRESSES Very dainty, beautifully trimmed with Val
rncienncs, Torchon, Cluny and Irish Laces, each showing a distinctive
style and finish. Prices from $8 to $30 each.
NEW MARQUISETTE GOWNS In' White trimmed with lace and
showing the new draped 'effect j very 'dainty1 wlUi Pink and Blue trim,
BLACK SILK SHIRTWAISTS -In MessaVnc, Pcau de Soie and Taf
feta, at $5.50, $7 and $7.50.
FANCY' WHITE SHIRTWAISTS Trimmed with Lace and Em
broidered; Dutch Neck and Short Sleeves. Only a few at special values
-$2.50, $2.75 and $3.
.EXQUISITE WHITE HATS-Djn't fail to see this new stock along
with our very up-to-date and complete line of Millinery.
BLACK PATENT LEATHER BELTS New, with handsome Pearl
and Metal Buckles.
RAT-TAIL SATIN BRAIDIn all the leading shades. A new anJ
very' effective dress. trimming.
, , EMBROIDERED AND PLAIN ALLOVER NETS In White, Cream,
Ecru and Black. A nice selection.
BEAUTIFUL DRESS TRIMM1N3S In all colors, with gold and sil
ver sequin embroidery.
NEW FOULARD SILKS A beiutiful showing in Dress and Waist
SACHS DRY GOODS CO.,
Corner Fort and Bcretania Streets Opposite Tire Station
NOW is the time to have your lot filled
nnd gfalled. s
AND iy response to a request for an esti
mate will show you that the cost will
P. M. POND, Contractor Phone 2890
STOP at the HOTEL MAUX
, .. .. ' ' 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;
, " 'Jparlor, bedroom and private bath, $5 to $10.
' AMERICAN PLAN $3 and up ier day.
NOT ONLY THE BEST AT THE PRICE, BUT THE
" " EQUAL OF ANY AT ANY PRICE.
Honolulu Representative: WILLIAM D0UTHITT.
ROOM 308, McCANDLESS BUILDING
A complete line of Desk,
Counting-House and Pocket
Diaries for the new year. Get
yourt now and be leady for
the necessary entries.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
Office Supply Co.,
OLOBE-WERNICKE FILING CABI-
NETS and BOOKCASES,
GENER'AL OFFICE STATIONERY.
031 FORT STREET
CHILDREN HAPPY AGAIN
Our Toy Department now open,,
with,a Fresh Stock of TOYS, GAMES
and a splendid line of BOOKS.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
, King Street
New Supply of
A. B, ARLEIGH & CO., LTD
Everything in Books!
THE BEST PLUMBING
Is Done by
jl BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
ra 1 Alex. Young Building
For Your Automobile
A powerful mineral paste
mends leaky radiators eco
nomically and permanently.
It is also used with entire
sa'hfaction on leaky pipes,
refrigerator linings, pots and
Let us tell you about it.
Lewers & f ooRc,
177 SO. KING STREET
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone U170 Night Call 1014
Hilo and Near-Bv Districts
Show Marked Increase
' of Voters.
(HlK-cldl 11 11 1 1 ei I n OcnTrindMiop )
1III.O. October 10. The Doard of
Registration last Saturday finMicil (he
work of ncttial registration of tors
In t lie llnmaktia. llllo nnd I'una ills-
tilcls, and It Is lion- busy putting tlio
fiiiMiIng low lies on lis work. Con
trary to expectation, there has been
a marked Inerease In the otlng pomi
lutlnn on this fide of the Island, p.tt
1lcu1.tr In the llllo tonn and Ilia
W'nlnlten precincts Tho figure for
Iho arloiis precincts for this and tho
last election arc alionl as follows:
I'icclnrls 1910 1908
Jut 1 70 83
, 2nd US 103
3rd ir9 in:,
4th 310 '240
nth 407 .142
filh 121 09
7th 103 94
Sill 38 43
fit) CI 75
lOlli 101 101
llth U,7 138
12th 132 130,
Total 1784 1C20
Forester Hosmcr was In llllo Inlt
week, after halng lsllcil the now
ohln forest which Is springing up on
bonle of tho lands of tho Kapapala
ranch In Knn. Ho has gone to I'una
whero he will Inspect the lumbering
operations nt Pahoa and at Knuolean.
Ills main purpose In visiting Hawaii
land, was to confer with Ilrother Mat
thias Newell, whose work Mr Hosnier
speaks of In glowing terms.
Garden Isle Makes But Slight
Increase of Voters in
The following In regard to regln
(ration 'on Kami Is taken from the
Harden Island of October 8:
Up till yesterday morning tho total
registration was 1044, and this has
been, Incteisod tho final two dnjs'
count to 1131, 87 new names hnvlng
Vcn added to tho roll jestcrd.iy and
Among the Interesting remtl's of the
count Is tho poor showing made by
wnlmca District, which has fnllen off
In the number of citizens eligible in
ote, for some leason or other, while
Ilnnnlel, Koloa nnd Wahlana pre-
c.hicts lime made substantia"; gains
over tno list or two yeirs ago.'
l.lhuc nnd Knpaa precincts wore
slightly behind their former figures
up to jesterdn morning but the nd
dltlonnl count of thoo last two da
lias put them both ahcid again, with
n total 'reglstr.i'lon of 245 for I.lhuo
nnd 174 for Knpaa, as ngalnxt 241 and
150, respcctUoly fn;- 1908,
Tho totals for the oilier soon pre
cincts nnd Nllliau for 1910 and 1908
nre ns follows:
Koloa ......... 103
Hnnntel .. ..
Totals (Including I.I
hue and Kawnl
(Continued from Pace 1)
Clans Spreckels to his elder
Compartments in the
For Particulars Inquire of
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Will do it
THE RENEAR CO.
ALGAR0BA BEAN MILLS
The Pioneer Plumber
183 Merchant Street Phone 1031
ngalnst their Interest In tho estato
of their father. He ruled that John
I), nnd Adolph II. Spreckels should
Hlinre In the distribution of the ',
000,000 remaining In tlieestnto of
their father nftcr the community
sharo of tho wifo had been appor
tioned to her cstnte. The five sur
viving children of Claus Spreckels
John D. Spreckels, Adolph II. Spreck.
els, C. A. Spreckels and Itudolph
Spreckels and Mrs. Umma C. I'errla
(neo Spreckels) will each recolvo
$1,000,000 under tho tonus of Judgo
The attornejs who successfully
presented tho case of John 1). and
Adolph Spreckels wero A. 1'. Morri
son, W, I llrobeck, l'ctcr K. Dunne
and Samuel M. Shortrldge. Oppos
ing them for the executors were
Chnrles H. S. Wheeler, Charles S,
dishing, O. K. Cushlug, Nathan M.
Moran, r rrlcdlander Howie- and W.
Judge Cdffey'B ruling jesterday
was tho second comprehonslvo vic
tory he has awarded tho elder sons
against tho executors of tho estate.
On February is of this jear the
court held to bo voldtho clnuso ot
tho Claus Spreckels will which cre
ated n trust for the life Interest ot
Mis, llinma C. Ferris and provided
for the IiUioi Ittinco of Rudolph and
C, A. Sprccknls. That doclslon gaio
to John D. Spieckels und Adolph II.
Spreckels n fifth Interest In the es
tato, as It left tho will standing with
no testamentary provisions In so far
as the children wero affected, nnd so
tho full property would bo divided
among tho. heirs at law. The deci
sion was given In sustaining the de
murrer filed by John D. and Adolph
Howeer, the executoig of tho os
tute, not contented with that defeat,
sought to hamper tho distribution of
tho cstnte still further by ruUtn'lfie
contention that John D. Spreckels
and Adolph II, Spreckels had receiv
ed from their futher an "advance
ment," or ii share, In his estato
which was chargeable against their
Intci est In tho final distribution,
This contention was based upon tho
following passage In tho will ot
"I make no praWslon In this will
for my boiih, John I). Spreckols and
Adolph II. Spreckels, for the reaton
that I have ulready given to them a
largo part of my estato."
Ovorthat clnuso was waged tho
battle effectively decided by Judge
Coffey, The executors hold that, that
writing, which was In tho portion of
tho will Invalidated by the February
decision, was binding on the court
uud must lead to the (hiding that
the gifts made to John I). Spreckels
and Adolph II. Spieckels wore "ad
vancements." However. John 11
Spieckels and Adolph II. Spreckels
proml that tho proporty rcreheil
(Continued from Pace 1)
man ho Intimated that weic ho to do
there would certainly bo trouble
from his biolhers, who would not con
sent to the ileal.
Rudolph SprcckolH himself wns will
lug to 'sell the'Tlropcrty nnd keep the
house, and n prlco was agreed upon
for this, but considering tho probable
ntllttulo of other members f tho fain
My, ho decided not to couclude nego
tiations. It Is understood that ho es
tlmntes the ctitlro property ns worth
about $75,000 and the houso figure
In something over 120,000.
So one of tho Ihlngs that Inniigh'
Mr Spreckels to Hawaii was not done
st :: :i :: :: it n n ::::;: :: :: u :: :
from their father was In the form of
Judijo Coffey promptly disposed of
tlio executors' presumption In his de
cision, which ho concluded with the
'In this cako wo seem to bo eon-
rolled by n statuto which lequlres
tho manifestation of tin ndwituo
ment by u contemporaneous writing
nnd n total Intestacy, l'rom these
premises the conclusion must ho that
the cstnte should be equally divided
among tho heir nt law. Decreed ac
No Comment Made.
The opinion of Judgo Coffey was
written and was filed In court nt
noon jesterday without added com.
Claus Spreckels died In this city
on December 28, 1908. He leftvn
will written In New York on May
11, 1907, In which ho disposed of
bis estate by creating n trust with
In a trust. Tho ontlro estato was to
be held In trust during tho llfollmo
ot bis wife, Anna C. Spreckels. On
her death the two sons, Itudolph nnd
C. A. SpreckclB, wero to recolvo each
one third of tlio cntlro estato, nnd
the balance was to bo put Into a
trust, theIncom6 of which should
go to Mrs. Knimn C, Ferris, tho
daughter In tho event of her
death, her share wns to go to Iter
children, or If sho died without Is
suo it wns to be divided between the
two brothers, Itudolph nnd C. A.
Spreckels, It was tho provisions of
this Ferris trust that Judgo Coffoy
held to bo old, Itudolph Spreckels
and C. A. Spreckols wero named ex
ccutois of the estate. Hy tho effect
of Judge Coffey's ruling 'jho form of
the will was loft Intact and tho ex
ecutors retained their oflleo nnd the
widow's trust wns undisturbed, but
tho clnuses referring to tho dlstil
butlnu aiming tho children wero
Tho Spreckels estate was apprais
ed at about $10,000,00.
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at exceptional prices: --.'
.Model 10 nulck runabout; three-speed transmission: Blnglo rear seat: Kngllsh I.:tko c(llor
new top; "lUiy enulpped, lii'ludliig tnagneitoj 18 II. 1. V. t). 11. Honolulu. X '$ So'O.DO
aio Model 30 Cadillac touring car; :i:f II. P., new top; nowly lulnted. V. O. ,11. llono-1 X
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1310 Model 30 Cadillac deml-tonneaii; fully eiiulpped, Including new Bet of tires. Ilim 3000 ('
miles only. K. o. n. Honolulu , , $1,450.00
1910 rrnnklln double rumbloioadster; VI II. 1, fully equipped, Including Ilnxeo magneto. J
r. o. ii. Honolulu : tjtj.K , . 5006.001
I'eerless "-passenger touring cjr; fully equipped, Including new top; body; radiator; hood, t
fM)t boards; tl,res; glass front, etc. 1 O, II. Honolulu. ,?. ...,.. . $2,800.00
1907 Popo-IInrtford 5-pashcnger touring car, fully equipped. I'.O. II, Homijulii.., ?l,400.00a
,1909 Heo runabout; fully equlipvd, Including top nnd glass front. V. O. II. Honolulu $ 350.00J
Hco K passengor touring car, painted black. V. O. 11. Honolulu, ,i. ....,,. t. $ 150.00
Heo O-iMsseiiEcr touring car, painted red. I O. II. lldnoliilu t&. $ 150.00
Wlnton Model K C-passenger tourltiB, car, four-cylinder t)io. r.O.ni; Honolulu $ 250.001
One 190S lord runabout . , , ,,.; I25,00l
Model X Stevoiis-Durjea touring car, fully equipped. Including Ilrj'stolllo tiiiik.VcUss front.
tools, etc. r. O. II. IIoiuliilu '. " . . . $2 000.00
Olio 0-40 Thomas double fumble rn.idsicr, fully equipped, Including top, glass front, l'feato-
llto tank, two tire cocr, etc , J.... : . , . . $1,500,001
Wo should bo pleased to lime j,iu callnt our saleBrnomg and Inspect thehe cnri, which nre iiowj
on exhibition, further tuforniatliiti uud ilemonstrntlons given on application.
The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.,
.L - . ' J HONOLULU, T. H.