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evening numrrtN, honomjmt, t h.. Wednesday, oct 19, 1910
POLITICAL ADVERTISING POLITICAL ADVERTISING
A woman who is sick and sufterimr. ana won't at Wt
try a medicine which has the record of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, is to blame for her own wretched
There arc literally hundreds of thousands of women in
the United States who have been benefited by this famous
old remedy, which was produced from roots and herbs over
thirty years ago by a woman to relieve woman's suffering.
Read what these women say :
Cnniilcii, X..T. "It .Is with plriiMire Unit I koikI my testimo
nial for I.jilln, I.. lMiiklmm'ri Vnu-tublo CiiimiiiiiiI, Iiopintc If
limy jiKliico iiUht Kiiffcrlnir women to uuill tliemtcMci of tba
benefit of this vnltliililn remedy.
" I suffered from pains In my lmek nnd side, sick lienilnclies
no ni pel lie, wns Urcil mill ncrwiiis nil the time, mill Mincak I
could liiinlly Htnnil. l.yix . I'liiUlinin's Vi-irctnlilc Compound
niiiilo mo a well woman nnd this vuluiiWe medicine shall
.nlMnys lnno nir limine." airs. W. 1. Vnlcntlne, OOli Lincoln
Ac, Cuuiden, X. J.
Erie, Pn.-' I suffered for five years from female troubles nnd
nt last was almost helpless. I trlcij Uireo dortors but tlievdld
mo no pood. aiyMstcr advised mo to try I,)illii i:. IMiiklmm'H
CKCtnliIu Comiioiiud. and It lias iniiilo mo m ell nnd Htronir. I
hope nil suffering women will Just jrlwi Iidlu i:. I'liiklmiiiN
eirctnlile oiupound a trial, for It In worth Its w eight in gold."
Mrs. ,J. 1 Kndllch, It. l I). 7, Kile, Pa.
Since we guarantee that all testimonials which we pub
lish are genuine, is it not fair to suppose that if Lydia I.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had the virtue to help
these women it will help any other woman who is suffer
ing from the same trouble.
For .10 yenrs T.ydla i:. IMnklmm's Vegetable
Compound has been tho Ntandnrd remedv for
female Ills. Xo Nlek woman lines justlee to
liei-sclf who will tint try this famous medicine.
Mndo exclusively from roots ami herbs, and
has thnusniids orcures to Its credit.
BM If tho fdlghtest trouble appears w hlch
F you do not understand, write to airs,
rliikhnm nt hynn, ainss., for her advice it Is
free and always helpful.
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OF REPUBLICAN SLEUTH
Lincoln L. MeCandtcts has been dljso'-eil
Ha, hal Ha, hal
He Is found out. And L. A. Thurtton, the great phllanthropltt whoie un
fortunate tchcmei have brought ruin to io many of the citizens of this
Territory, Is the Old Sleuth, the Sherlock .Holmes, who has rtfn him to
earth. The secret Is out at last. McCandleis sh h h h, It must be no mors
than whlcpercd-ls a land owner. There, nowl
Lincoln L. McCandless actually has the colossal nerve to be possessed of
real estate. And that's not the worst of It. He has bought land without
even asking permission of Mr. Thurston and the oligarchy that Mr. Thurs
ton so fittingly serves. Moreover, some of his land he has bought from Ha
waiian and has paid them for It. The nerve of the man I He's not playing
the game according to the rules of the Republican party as laid down and
exemplified by "a few of us" Why should he buy land when he might steal
It or elbow his neighbors off of It the way some others have done?
By what right, Indeed, does Mr. McCandless own land? Does he belong
to the oligarchy? Is It right and proper for any man who Is not of "a few
of us" to own more land than will suffice to contain h s coffin after he has
been starved and discouraged to death on a plantation wage?
- And McCandless unblushlngly admits that he really does own real estate.
In the face of the severe frowns of Mr. Thurston and Mr. Thurston's mas
ters, McCandless has not even the grace to promise to surrender hfs land to
the plantations or to divide It up among needy Republican bosses. He ac
tually proposes to hold It and pay taxes on It. If he belonged to the right
crowd, he wouldn't have to pay taxes, but he Is not of "us."
Mr .Thurston's perspicacity was sufficient to d scover that McCandless Is
a land owner but the Sherlock Holmes of the Republican party failed to
fall upon one other and even more damning fact namely, that McCandless
bought a part of his land from Jonah Kuhlo Kalanlanaole.
Think of -It. McCandless actually bought land from the Delegate to Congress-
and paid for It. What will he do next? Why, the man's getting to
be dangerous. First thing we know he'll be buying land from Mr. Thurston
or from the sugar planters. This thing has gone far enough. It must be
stopped, it really must.
Out McCandless may reform, Perhaps he'll follow the altruistic example
of Mr. Thurston and the rest of the bosses cf the Republican party and
divide his land holdings up among the hungry politicians of the party of
rule qr ruin. Mr. Thurston has set such a good example In that way that
It Is hard to see how any Democratic candidate can fall to follow in his
Now that the awful truth is out concerning McCandless, perhaps Mr.
Thurston and his political owners will tell the dear public how much land
they own and how they got It.
THE DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE.
POLITICAL ADVERTISING POLITICAL ADVERTISING
IS OPENED UP TO BE MECCA
BY HILO ROAD OF TRAVELERS
Papaikou 'Extension to De
velop Important Intlus-
1028 Nuimnn St
tries On Hawaii.
(fi"d.il It it 1 1 l 1 1 CVrriHivii'ltnii
1111.0. Oct. 17. Tho now
bilii-ilulu nt tho llllu Uailioai!
p.uiy went Jnto uffcit Iiibt Sit tin day
ami, lni,Ment.i!y, (he conipiny open
ed up fur U'KUl.i) trntllc Its exlentlon
tu I'uiialKiiu. ' Tliu lirliiRe across tho
Kaput (lulcli liatl been completed Jiibt
u few dujs heroic, and whl u tliu do
pot had not been Mulshed, every
thing was mole tli.ui satisfactory to
llio trjM'lllif; public. Koine good llllu
people took tho oppoitunlty last Sat
in day of riding In tho 111 tit regulur
train ocr the exten.lon, but It was
on Siindiy that the public turned out
In force tu enjoy the ride. In act,
there wore so many oxctirslonlstH In
the afternoon that it car bail to bo
added to the regular ti.ilu tu take
caiq of them all. '
On Sunday the Hist regular train
wiih rim oer tliu now extension fioin
Kapoho to Kiuielean. In I'miii. Com
parathcly Utile lias been Bald of tills
extension, hut it is hound to liccomo
well Ifiiown within it vcr short time,
for tho stretch of kovuii tnllcs mill u
linlf Ih without iloulit tliu prettiest
railroad, run In tho Territory, , Tho
train iuiiu throncli macnllkent
At tho end of tlin road Is Kauo
li'itu, tliu C'uiiMIoHu lumber lamp,
where "King" Cant reigns Mipieme.
This Is in boveral nays a plain of
unusual Interest. Tlin lumber mill
Is in ItEolf mi Intel cuing one, and
alio la ahle tu see u short dlstau o
from the station tliu actual dealing
of tho forest and tho pulling down
A fow minutes' wnlK from tliu utu
tlon Is a Horn lulling nilibor planta.
t lun (.uvcrlng ninny ucich, whuru an
excellent opjioi ttinlty is nffonleil In
too u good example of this nev llu
wuiluil liulustiy. An expet linoiitul
patch ut lottou lias ulsu been plant
ed, mill the miignlilceut bolls which
have been pioduccd theieln give
pnnnlso of another new liulustrj fur
Puna. Sir. Cmt stutes Hint Or. WIN
ux of tliu Kedei.il Experiment Sta
tion In llouolu u bus eliiBfcd the cot
ton piodneeil ut Kuuelemi us the fin
est uitton ho has teen giown In the
Islailds. ' v
Tho ti .tin stops ut Kauelcau over
two liotiis on Suniluy, giving an op
poitunlty tu sco tho Minoiindlng
country, uiiil tho tiny, us well us tho
beautiful tilp through the forest,
iiialfes the exclusion tner tills now
extension an Idenl one.
Work of Widening Nuuanu
Avenue Is Now
Chairman Qulnn and his collciguct
of the city nnd c'Jiiiity mad rouniiltlee
lnc con iti tu tho teller of tho many,
i slilenlK of Nuuanu Avenue who liaut
for months been clamoring fur llio
widening uf that Inipurtun' uiiil pic
litresipio Iboiuuglifniu. ,
Theio aio Bocral liumlicil ilwcllcu
of tho upper Nuuanu vnllcy wliti winilil
come In for direct benefit fioni the
widening of tho avenue tu ut least u
fitly foot street.
Tho Honolulu Rapid Transit Com
rany lias moro. tit in onto slgnifl'il
tho Intention of extending Its lines mi
tho valley us far as tlio Inlcrbeetlon
of tliu ro.ul that leads to tho Counti)
It Is llio conttnlton of llio Itaolil
Transit Compnny that ihey lire ic.idy
to connueiicu tlio work but they claim
Hint Nuuanu Avenue should first liu
widened nnd tlio fences and boundary
lints ret back accoiillng tu tho newt
plans ami specifications on file with j
Tlio load In Its ptesent condition H
veiy mil row In places ami It Is bcliuv
eil that If tho work uf laying tracks
along the thoioimlifarr Is now pcrsucd
a number of nccltlents might follow.
Supervisor Qulnn stated (his morn
ing Hint K was tho Intention of tlio
board tu place a foico of men at work
along Niinanii Avenue iiiiiimenclng
noxt SIonda innnilng They will tnko
up the work of removing tho fences
and preparing the roitl way for the
regular city street gangs.
Weekly Bulletin SI Per Year
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
A Shcinc For TlscWho Seek
Paradise W;!! R City of
.Mr. Kiln In 1). Cnsrerlllio' a ."wtull
known mining engineer andiic.ll oh-I
tutu man from California has ijccunin'
associated with the Kalmukl l.an.l
Cotnpiny, f.ttl.j anil In the futuro will
devote his tHu Ion aril the develop-'
incut of llouulillu nnd the Islands Mr. I
Casterllnu Is u man or lunslderablu'
experience ami fur many years nas
been connected with tell upbuilding
of extensive mining and agilculturiill
enterpilses In northern (untitles ofl
California Ho lias done successlul
colonizing work nnd has made several
trips tu Kuiupo In tho Interest of
luliiglug settlers tu the West. Sir.'
Casterllnu is very optimistic about Ho
nolulu's lesldeutlul future and also!
about the water possibilities on the
Islands When i.oni by tliu Hull u
tin icixutcr, this morning Sir. Cus
teillne s"ld: ,
"To my know ledge iicro Is no Mic
tion of tho country of flku available
mo.i 111 titiv fiT'lli,, Rl:i(pu (li.il pmiftitiiu
' " "- I
gicater posslldlltlcs for reiiumeratlvo
developiiieut than these 1'lelailcs of
lieaulilut Islands. Thiro Ih no tll'
us rich as tliu uxldlng lava dust wlildii
lias Ixen fertilized by cenluilea of
decayed otgatilc matter; Ihcio aio no
grainier nioiintaln watersheds and mi'
tin .41 lefervolr sites, reaily tu supply
couutlesH millions uf cubic feet of thoj
Miflest and puiest wnter In tho world
ior power, irrigation nun (iijiueiie
pui pos s, mid there Is no locality ft om
Sljiinu tu California that can ccpi'il
the climatic nnd scenic grandeur of
theso nod "favored ocean gems.
"Honolulu, within a few ears. Is
destined tu liccomo u city or Irautlftil
homes with a lesidcnt population of
over a bundled thousand, and Its citi
zenship will bo reproscntatlvo'of tho
In bl social and business elements from
nil lands. Tliu possibilities for homo
making uro unexcelled. Along tlio
endiantlng seasliote, over tlio eniuiald
delta lauds, fur lulu the foitllo mesa
Millies anil high upon llio ralnbowcdj
mountain slopos the building uf homes
will make u vorltublu Paradise. This'
Is'lninl will become tho mecu of ever i
liavcler. tlio summer and winter iesl
dciicn of Hie inim of nmplo means unit
Hip sin Ino of all who seek u cozy
bungalow uud a simple, pure lift) close'
Io tlio heart of uaturu.' Tho price or
tesldcnco lots fund ucreiigo Is so rea
sonable, uud tliu liberal mid gener
ous Indue cnionts offered to Incato hero
should lio nn Incentive tu nil who,
have tho rurcslght Io look Into the'
near future Tho Investor and ticmio-j
seeker cim iniiko no mlstako In llio
dlveisltj or sallHrjIng conditions to
chooso fioni I pan s'eu u splendid fu-
Hue tot om eil) linn mil nuiu io
aihl. in) Iniluencs to Its piogiesslvu
21 R5 I'diliirlal rooniK 2250
business ofllce. Tlicn lire Hie lele-j
liluiite niimbers u( Hie II u 1 1 c 1 1 n.
NEW ORPHPUM TONIGHT
"Ivcr mlildlo aged business man
Is entitled ut least mice Io cut 1ihi.hu I
and hnvo a lillailous time," Is the lit-'
tie homily which George II. Howard us
l.eniitel Monwood, a broker In wool.'
In "rather anil the Hirjs" ie.nl tu his'
audiences Slontliy and last night at
the New Oiphcum, "rather nnd tliu
Ilojs" arrived Sionday night anil no
mutter Imw long they stay cannot
bo but welcome lo Honolulu audiences
Hut tlio sad part of It Is they are go-
lir tu leant its' tonight tu appear to
mot row night i-ca'teicd throughout tho
cast of "Tlio Witching Hour," Align"!
tus Thomas' greatest play uud .lobu
.Mason's best vehicle a drama In
which ihc famous actor has slurred
continuously Tor nearly tlireo yeais
and Is still going "The Witching Hour")
is ut present homing tnu imams in
San I'ranelsco making its iceond np '
pearanco there wltliln clshtecn
months. Tin most scholnily and dis
tinguished or American critics, Wil
liam Winter, has declined that the
gi'eatcct merlcan play or this decado
Is "Tho Witching Hour." The won
dei ful piece has p!n)cil tu an attend
mice that completely nonplused tho
skeptics who, up tu tho advent of the
famous play, failed In sco any chance
for the psKhologlcal (llama, dealing
with the pioblems of hypnotism and
thought transmission. Tho scientific
dlteusslun or tclepa'hy In "Tho Witch
ing Hour" is not piesented In tho
piosy cut-ami dried manner one Is tic-'
customed to. On tho contiary, the
lines in llio celebrated Thomas plny
teem with richest bits or sparkling'
dialogue, and It Is pronounced not
only ono or the most instructive'
dramas of a decado but also ono of
the i Ichest In enmedy. "Tho Wllrhlng
Hour" Is In four nets, nnd tho scenes,
depict uplilted scenes In Umlsvllle,
Ky.. nnd Washington, D. C.
As .lack .ilrooklletd In "Tho Witch
Ing Hour." Sir. Ilownrd has a rhar-'
acter to poriiay that calls for hrnvy
acting together wl'li comedy woik
Hint gives him nn opportunity In ills
play hs versatility. A spcdal nutlnce
will bo given Suluiday ut which pupil
ar prices will prevail. j
Light committee i
. is generous
Tho City and County Supervisorial I
Light Committee huriled through I
homo business last evening and up-
pcured tu look with favor upon a
number of petitions from property,
owners who hud been clamoring for
moro light upon darkened dlstilcts.
Tho petition (timing Horn Ilrlgndlor
(lencial lMwanl Davis iciiuostlug tho
Installation ot ono light at Wuiklkl
near tho Irwin premises wus iigrci-.
able and ordered Installed. I
Tho committee also lecommended
Hie installation or a light at Sorcno
Ijino as soon as It wus round pos-
slblo to ierrortu tho wnrk.
JEHUS AND JEWELRY.
Tho owners or ut least ten city
drays haio been granted permission
to establish a' public stutid in closo
pioxliulty to tho jew eh y emporium
of Tin Wo, on King street
At (list spmo objection tu the
threatened Intel mingling of .Jewels
uud Jehus wns foitlicomlug but the
matter was llnully settled to tho sat
Isfactlun of the Inteiested parties and
the members of Jhe City nnd County
Houil Conunlttco who tided ns med
Whitney & Marsh
Have just arrived; These were for
warded by our New York house just as
soon as the strike endedj and conse
quently arc in the latcststy.les. .
A Choice Selection not many of
absolutely HUROPKAN M.OD1U.S with
AMERICANIZKD IDKAS making
them ali the more desirable.
Prices from $25.00 to $175.00
A AVindow Full of Real Up-To-Date and Stylish
. i'-; . Barrottes',r,Coinbs and
f! A Hair Pins
Goods Being Sacrificed
We are Closing Out Our
Dry Goods, Notions,
The space they occupy har been
leasedo other parttes
L B: KERR & CO.,