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KvnNiNO ntn.i.rrrtN. ttoNoiiUur, t, h tltsday, oct. 18, mio.
'V '.' f. y i, i'. i a '.
New Orpheum Opens
1 POLITICAL ADVERTISING POLITICAL ADVERTISING
REPUBLICAN LIE NAILED;
Welcome, "Father" Howard
and Your Two Big
Hmlly Duni'lsmi Dorcas .Mnltheuj
Frances Horklcy r,v Marlpllu
Mnjiir llellani) Dldswortli
Oliver I). Hnllfv
Tohlns I'iihI Arlltiir l.'llon
Turk IlarlliDloinuvv- . ..linnet I). Nniiun
Tlionma .Irfrerson Mori-wood ... I
Chillies Mm ili.-
Vi'llll.iin Hiirua Moicwood .
Holm I Mi'Klin
(iiiiiKi' II. Howard
IIbmIo Ilni)tnn Ile'ty .InhtiMiu
Km, llnico tlullford .Marlon Dunn
Cal IIIrIiuu .....' (!uy Iilttiur
W jSSt1 xV9k
Yea. Mr. , Itowntd, jun cim stay as
long iih yon want to.
That's tho answer tci Ilia iiiusll'i
nuked liy Mr. (leoic II. llominl l.ni
nlfilit. when hu made a Utile talk
Herns tho rotnHdits a- the New Or- Who
I'liciiiu. In tho e'liirfc of which lie said
tliat ho anil lli other nii'inhcrs of "
the company will vlnj n Ioiik iih llo- ,,,,lM. ,,f enthusiastic approval
The nppliiiiKe spoke all laiisiiaces ami
showed without iloiilit that lloiiiilulii
'The report that I fm oppos:J to L. L. McCandlcss li absolutely without
foundation," ttatcd D. G. Metzgsr, democratic candidate for Senator from
the Island of Hawaii, yesterday morning. "I have never slid anything, what,
ever to justify that report anj the truth of the matter Is that I am not op
potsd to McCanclless but em standing with him"
to Is another Advcrllcer lia nailed. The Tiser, with great clmuhtlon of
glee and Its uiual attempt to appear truthful, announce! recently that Met
g:r had refuted to stand for McCandless' antl-asslstcd Imm gratlon policy
and had broken with him on that point. Mr. Mctigcr's denial of that canard
Is what might have been expetted, and only proves one: more, If proof be
needed, that the Republicans and their sacred organs will not stop at dcllb.
crate falsehood or anything else In their desperate attempt to win a losing
The indecent attempt of the Republican bosses and of the Advertiser to
frljhtcn MeClcllan and Petrle off the Democratic ticket by the veiled sug.
gesticn that unless they withdrew, their positions with the corporations for
which they work might be In danger has failed. Doth candidates remain on
the ticket and will remain ur,tll they ate elected on November 8. Coercion
and Intimidation are the weapons of the Republicans, but they won't succeed
MISS BETTY JONSON.
.'s with the Howard Company
at the New Orpheum.
The Republicans, realizing that they have hut small chance of. wlnnlnn
cut all alorg the line, arc centering their vicious attacks upon L. L. McCand-
lest and R. H, Trent. With the able assistance of the Advertiser they will
probably elect bo'h those gentlemen by overwhelming pluralities.
L. A. Thurston and Theodore Richards are engaged In a row that has tho
merit of being at least amusing. Tnere Is an old adage that says that when
thieves fall out, honest men may get their dues. Of course, nobody would
apply the term "thief" to cither of the very highly respectable gentlemen
named, but the'r hrawl may have the result of aiding honest men, Just tho
Iiolulii Mint8 them to.
1'or Mr. Howard Mini his enpuhh
roiiip.iny gavo a ciowdcd house of
"first nlshteis" u delightful stirprNo
hist nlKllt, lUesentlliK that fiiimv
OeorRo Ado comcilv. 'Tatlrr nnd tho
Hoys." In n way that made an liitnn
tincoiis hit and pioed that Honolulu
knows Hint npiireel.it-s clever plays
uml rlctcr stiiKlns
Tather un I the llovs" Is Willi i-i
II Crane's most popular v hide, an I
the Intel pi c'nllfin li the (ieorKO It.
Howard company folhws. closely tho
lilies of Ihu Crane pel runners. H Ik
tho innio er dlt, therefore, that the
company nirv hcio does not lose favor
audiences me capable of dlstliiKiilsh
liiK tho Imitation from the real In
dancing. .Miss Wilinott's contribution
io ioe iniiicuiK pari or me piiiRraui
was taken as a hIkiiiiI for nioio ap
plause. She ami her danclnj; mate
did n fantastic niaieli to the music of
"Marching Through Heorgle," In
which It was shown that she was as
much of n dancing pat agon iih Ih
III own. -Miss Wllniott scored u suc
cess also In l.er linllutlon of n little,
girl In which sho tcllH a kid story or
two and slugs a wing In a winsome
manner. With this cloer team. Al-
i ciimpaiisuii. aim panicuiiiiiy to mo lierto. the rklllful Illusionist, mid
ncillt. or Howard tl'g he can s'ep Harney and Hanes. the singing team,
iiniu oho uraues snoes Ullil kui mil lie I'.nk- u i m l,..ui l, ill
as iniich run out or the part of the
parent as Cran did.
Tho stoty of tho pi 13 centers aiouud
a rich and hard-working father and
hl two Idle and pleasure-loving sons
How he finally flings dull raio away
'mid goes a pace that link's them Iok
like selling praters ruinlshcH tho
thcino or the play and the framework
for the ronieily.
Mr. Howard Ih vers good Imlcil.
The play Is cle-in. bright, wholesomo
comedy, with alt or Ado's nrislcriiil
sntlru on social conditions, and every
member has a chance, to guln ap
plause. Applaniv. was plentiful lust
nlghtt ninl tho company received inmi
curlaln calls. Ileforo tho hint act Mr.
Howard uiailu a tactful, neat lilt la
M'crrli. tlrinklng tho aiidleue", I1011I111;
that they and tho company would ho
friends,-and decl.irlng that If ho Is
ever Inm again, It will ceitaluly ho
Mr. Howard carries oh the bulk of
tho honors, hut Mr. Oliver I), llnllcv
furnlst'eH 11 good ir slightly e-xaggerat-ed
offtTt as Major Itolliuny Dldsworlh,
11 sporting rlinrnrtcr. Mr, Arthur ni
ton and Mr. .lames II. Norton help
along a lot in minor partH, and Hie
two sons, ixutniy d hv Mr. Clnrles
Murphy and Mr. Ilohert McKIni aro
in capahlo hand. MIsh Hetty Johnson
Iiiih tho lo'idlng rcmlnlun role, tint
of (legale Ilraylon, a breezy' western
girl, hut Miss Dorcas Matthews as
Kmlly Oonelson and Miss Uvn Mar-
tello as I"ranfccHllorkleyglvo splendid
sented on tho plctiire-xaiidevlllo circuit
All Arrangements Made In
Bitj Race For Sunday
Articles were signed up this aft
ornoim ul l:3i) for tho Kaoo-KIng
Iirteeii-mlle r.ue. The men Iino
ugieed to run at the Athletic I'ark
Tor two thiuls or tho gate receipts.
Till, money will hu divided lit) ami
10 per cent, by tho men, tho winner
tu take tho lalgu end.
OlllcialH will ho iitinouuccd on Fri
day, and II Id probable that taiinc or
the utm-L'ig from l.oljuhua will act
In the capacity of Juilgcj. W. T.
ItnwiiiiH will ho one Judge, and tho
others will ho boloctcil on Krlday,
On Satin day King, Itlco and Kn
S110 will ghe an exhibition at Alex
ander 1'iebl and a dig eiowd Is sine
to turn out to eeo tho stars 11111. On
Sunday King will run an exhibition
mile at Kaplolatil 1'aik, and Homo
(luy llllner as Cal lllghco or tho HuikiIu'u cm ks will takop.ut
W. H, Dabbltt wanted to resign from the election board or his precinct
because, as he told the Governor, he expected an Immigrant ship in about
election time. He should have been allowed to net off the board. Surely It
Is more Important to look atter the unloading of a let of assisted Immigrants
brought to Hawaii to take from the Hawallans the chancr to earn an honest
living than it Is to serve on a board of election.
m 1 1 m
The Republicans are making a desperate and, as the result will prove, a
fruitless effort to save Kau for themselves. It Is reliably reported that
they have already sent an average or $8 per vote o Kau, but they will rind
cut on elect'on day that the Hawaiian voters will not sell their votes.
"Democracy thould explain," vocirerates the Advertiser In editorial head
lines. Democracy has nothing to explain. It Is the Republicans who are
trying to perform that difficult stunt Just now and they arc making a piti
able .failure of it. There are some things that can't he explained.
Kuhlo's work, says the morning paper, has brought to Hawaii millions
more than any other member of Congress was able to get, considering the
relative sizes and Importance of the constituencies. Kuhlo's work? Does
any one for a moment Imagine that It Is because of the solicitation of Del:
gate Kuhlo that the United States government Is spending millions of dol
lars for the tortlflcitlon of Hawaii? The Republicans harp on the appropria
tions for Hawai as If th:y were being epent here for our sole benefit.
Those same appropriations would have been made even If Hawaii had no
reprerentatlve In Congress. Uncle Sam is protecting himself, not trylngto
And Col. Knox, Willie Crawford, Charlie Clark and Charlie Achi are also
Republican leaders. Verily, of such is the klngdcm of Republicanism.
THE DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE.
POLITICAL ADVERTISING POLITICAL ADVERTISING
AT LARGE SUM
Appraiser Name $202,940.17
as That Left by Ellen
Apprnlicru name $2I):','JIS,I7 as the
amount or tho estate lilt hy 1 1 1 c 1 1
I.ewern Hopper, diire.i cd, In their
H'port submitted to tho court yester
The estate lert by the deceased was
personal pioporty including ntocks
and bonds or local and coast com
panies, no teal estate being round.
AppralserH wlio took tho account
were l II. Cooko, H. I. Spalding ami
Itoiirrt A. I.OVC.
Mis Hopper was tho widow or .1.
A. Hopper. ,
i Itcpiihllcans or the fifth ills) let aid
en tiy stuiiiir part workets from t lie
louith, will hold i rally tonight at
I.l'llm and School shoots, tin secood
r the nelUe Honolulu eiiuipiigu. The
flit was under tho auspices or the
fourth district last night.
Although Knfilo. .M.iCaiidlecs mil
Ne'lov. tbo three' hiadu -if Itin Ti rrl
torlal tickets, will all ho absent ti
ulnlit. tho catiipjlgu will go foiward
with plenty or lgor, and tin llepuh
Means pm Menially mu making a
light. At tho mooting tonight, most
or the county and legislative catulM
dates will ho pietent. Tho tono of
tho meeting last night-li ninlnublrd
It- f,l tl.l ,.nnl...l ft.... ..V f I.. I. ... I
... ... ..., , . .i,,il. llll'll l'l I. INK .OU-
CamllesH' iiriogant, roollsli assertions
and wild promises to tho DaWHll'in
Miters, tho Republican speakers will
go down tho lino agilnst him nnd for
u government or pciroimnncc and not
Norman Walking, c.imlldalo for the
houso on the llcpuhllcaii ticket, who
gao MrCandlchH I he llo last night
when ho brought out liqtncs bhowlng
tho true stato of labor on the water
riont, declared today that ho Is leidy
lo icpeat etcry statement ho undo
"Kor the past tui jriirs," says Mr.
Watklns, "I have been auditor for the
McCahe. Humlllon Kenny company,
ami when I passed the llo to McCain!
livs, I knew what I was talking about
I did not pass the llo without being
Infoiincil and ready to back up every
thing I said."
With the depaituro this evening to
Kauai or I'rlnco Cupid, pieseut dole
gito. and Clias. K. Notley. Homo Hula
onndldato Mr defigalo. ami the du j
nirtiue this inoriilin; on tho Manna,
Koa to Maul r Link McCaiidles.s, Ho-i
nolulii has temporarily lost all or tho
tlueo candidates who ato trjlng toi
captino the Congresslou.il seat.
Kuhlo and Notliy will tako tho Kl
mill Which sails tills iifleriifxiii nl -.
o'clock. They will stump together on I
ll.. n...l.... !.....! f ..II, ...1,1..'
mw ...iiuvii iDiiiiiu tinii, win pioiiaioy,
roturn together on tho samo-steamer
neU Saturday. J
ltev. Stephen Derha. tho silver !
tongued orator or Illlo, will acconipany '
tho Delegate. , Notley will go slnulo
handed. Ho Is ready to meet tho
emergency, which hi expects to ox-'
perlenco iirter atrlviiig at ICauil.
McCandleiis, who lert this mottling
was accompanied by Kanlho. tho
"Cannon Hall or Kohala." They will
go dliect to Maul, rhoio they c
poet to strengthen their political
iitrongliold. They will go over to
liana, Klpahulu, Kuiiiki, Nahlkii Koa-1
niu and Hiiclo, bcfoio icliiinlug to
Wallukii. lo catch tho steamer to go
to Molokal. They will also tako a
huriyiip trip to Ilawull, berme n
tinning to Honolulu
A reltlcmcul or giuun fur tho
Mulling or C. M. IMherlngton, nntl
Miloou detectlvo, ohTored by the conn-.
t in which Newark. O., Is situated. I (ht, Hllpri;I110 Cmlrt ay(
wiih leiureu oy mo
de id niaii'H CBtatc,
Complete iccord In Iho ease of
l.'mlly D'Heiblay agilnst Charles Ma i
comber for setting aslilo tho deed
wlieiiby Iho defendant obtained pos
session or Nor i Is It niuh was filed In
executor or tho' T,S llr,n . ttiUcn on appoal
and Miss Million Dunn as Mrs. Iliueo
(iiillforil have small but Impoicant
parts tliat arc well done. A clever
touch Is lidded In thi racotiack scene
hy James II. Noiton, who takes tho
part ot n tout.
Tho samo bill will ho presented lo
nlght mid Wednesday night. Ilegla
nlng Tliursday and Tor tlio icst or tho
w"ok's tho play will ho "Tho Witching
Hour," Jiilin Mason's giuat siiccohh.
in It. I
On Sunday night King will run
three miles while two skaters In
lelays do live miles, fleurge Wll-j
kliiKin will do tlueo miles and Sar
conl, the well-known pugilist, will
cover two tares.
1 onion ow afternoon King will do
a tcu-mllu mu at the Hoys' Field,
and bo will umbo tho pau holld
f i oni btnrt lo finish. Tho I'ollco (la-
zettc medal adorns King's bosom at
Theio Is no question that tho Howard
company Is liked already, In bpl'o juesent and It Is n lino trophy.
or tho ohvloiib ilinicultlps of an open- i i ,
lug. they got uloug pplend'dly. A' Tilt: IIUI'titilST SCOIIKS.
ilmwhacls to tho enjnynrnt of tho an- .
dlenco was the raet that tlio houso was m'io ,,iade up mv mind to retire
filled' with Hiioko thiimhntit the play and give Hit joung M. D.'s a rhanco,"
and complnluts wero hoard on every said tho old doctor who had piled up
side. Smoking lends a certain li'iho-
mlaiilsni to tho evening at tho thow.
hut unless holler mrangonionts am
m'ftdo ror ventilation nt tho Orpheum,
It could ho illspipscd with to tho sat
lafiic'lcm of Ihreo-rourths or thu play
a fortune. "My motto Us i.ivo and let
"Well," rejoined his frlpmls, tho
diugglst, "you inn't very well llvo tip
to that motto without retlilng"
Perhaps tho most pertfet oxhlhltlon
of dantingver eoon In Honolulu was
that 'ot tho Drown and Wllniott team
ul their opening pcrrormanco ut tlio
Turk Theater last night. Wlion
Drawn concluded a series or illllleult
steps danced to music tliat changed
rapidly In nil tho tnrlntlonn trom slow
lo furiously fast, n rlpplo of approv
ing 'iippl'iuso grew In volume to tho
Aiilhoiltlrs sav ou nro liicurablo
It you have liad "kidney troulilu"
(lullauiiiiatlun or tho kidneys) ovei
six mouths; deaths now nearly OU,
iniii a year. I'nii ror rieo diet list
nnd pnmplilpt Hint may prolong or
mvp ynitr life.
HONOLULU DIIUQ CO,, LTD.
JUST RECEIVED FROM CHINA
Ladies' Dress and Shirt
SILK CArES, TANS, HANDBAOS and full line of
fJIlASS LINEN, EMBROIDERED TABLE COVERS and
SEE DISPLAY IS KINO STREET WINDOW
YEE CHAN & CO.,
BETHEL AND KINO STREETS
by thu plaintiff fiom decision or lower
court sustaining demurrer or defend
ant ami dismissing tho bill hiought
The ciho Involves tho Norils Ilnnch
at Kau. Hawaii, mid two notes ulleg
eil to lmvu been given hy Norrls to
tlio Diloihlay woiiian nli'iiil tvven'y
yeais ago each fur )1(!,(I0I),
I'lalnllrr asks ror thu face of the
iio(oh mid Inti rcstH at tlio legal rule
wlilili briiught Iho total amount In
Milved tip to $11100(1 to iccovor whlcli
alio has brought suit. In tlio local
mints to get Judgment and tlio vet
ting nslilo ot tho deed vvhcnhy Colonel
"NoiHh guvo Charles Macomhor Ills
IMMioo acio liincli Just licfciro ho died
Tor the consideration or ouo dollar.
M'miwhllo other Llalmauls havu ap
lie.iicd fiom Norils liouiu In Duiiuurk
mid Ihu cusu will iiiohalily diag
tliiough thu courts for many ye.us.
1 U FOREIGN PORTS. I
THE GRABOWSKY TRUCK
1, lVg, 2 AND 3 TONS
A IIKMOVAIII.H I'OWKIt PLANT. Hardeimd Slenl IIUSIHNQS In
every working part; KMHttUICNCY CONUUNSINO CHAMIIHIt; TOSI
TJVK MIX'HANICAI. Oiling System.
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO., Agents
Phone 21G0 875 South Slrect, Near King
1028 Nnimnh St
1 Tuesday, October 18.
VIOTOItIA Arrived Oct. 18: S. S.
Makiiia, h ncu Oct 11. I
, SAN I'llANC'ISCO Anived Oct. IS, 2
I u. in.: S: S. Slojra, heiiro Oct. 12.
8.VN KJtANCISCO Alllvod Oct. IR, 3
a. in.: a. S. Wllheliiiliia. hence Oct.
8AI.INA CIIUZ Sailed Oct 1tl: S. ti
Columbian, for San I'l-anclsco, i
OAV10TA Sailed Oct. 1S: S. S, W.,8.
Poller, ror Honolulu, via Kaanapali.i
OltAYS HAItHOIl Sailed Oct. 18:
8chi'. Columbia, ror Kahiilul. .
MIDWAY ISLAND Sillied Oct, 17:
Schr. Flamenco Wurd, ror Honolulu
SAN KHANCISCO Oct. 18: S. S. No-
Midan. leturnlng, reports mil water.
(Nevadau, was up to sail fiom H:in
rrunelsco, for Sound, 0(1. tfl). I
Mrs. A. N. Kusklll, n pinmltiotit
vvomaii of Cm with, In., tied a guuny
sack filled with locks'nhnut her body
land rtepjied Into a'wntcr tank, wiieui
, sho was round dead. '
Whitney & Marsh
Have just arrived. These were tor
warded by our New York house just as
soon as the strike ended? and conse
quently are in the latest styles.
A Choice Selection not many of
absolutely EUROPEAN MODELS with
AMERICANIZED "ID HAS making
them all the more desirable.
Prices from .$25.00 to $175.00
A Window Full of Ileal Up-To-Datc and Stylish
Barrottcs, Combs anil
Goods Being Sacrificed
We are Closing Out Our
Dry Goods, Notions,
The space they occupy has been
leased to other parties
L B. KERR & CO.,
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