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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II, ITIIDAV, OCT. 21, 1910.
. . For Saturday
' HALF-BLEACHED LINEN JDAMASK, fringed with col
orodborder Regular $4,25 and," $1. per dozen; special,
$3. Regular $3 per dozen j special, $2'.
HEMSTITCHED, with colored border Regular $4.75
per dozen; special, $3.50.
ALL WHITE, HEMSTITCHED Regular $4.50, $3.75
and $3.25 per dozen; special, $3.60, $2.75 and $2.25.
Extra-Wide Heavy linen HUCKABUCK TOWELING
50c per yard; special, 40c per yard.
IMPORTED SCOTCH DINOHAMS 27 inches wide, in
a large assortment of handsome plaids. 25c per yard; spe
cial, 102-3c per yard.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and Bcrctania Streets Opposite Fire Station
The Winter Rains
may dp seri
to .your pro
perty unless it has been properly tilled and
graded. I will send an experienced engineer
to estimate the cost of grad- n IM POMil
ingandof suitable filling if " villi,
you will telephone me. Tel. 2800
STOP at the HOTEL MANX
IN SAN FRANCISCO
' This magnificent hotel is situated on Powell street, In
i 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;
iv . iarlor,ibedrooiu and private bath, $5 to $10.
AMERICAN PLAN $3 arid' up' per day.
.NOT ONLY THE BEST AT .THE' PRICE, BUT THE
EQUAL OF ANY AT ANY PRICE.
Honolulu Representative: WILLIAM DOUTHlri.
' ' ROOM' 308, ffcCANDLESS BUILDING
Tlieo lins been Incornor
ntrd In this collcctlnn nil tlio
butt ot the Hawaiian Snugs.
It should bo In every homo on
tlio Islands, and will bo lu
coroly appreciated by jour
friends on the mainland.
Hawaiian News Co.,
1 , Limited
Alex. Young Building
Office Supply Co.,
, i Dealers In
OLOBE-WERNICKE FILINQ .CABI
NETS' and BOOKCASES, " k "
GENERAL 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.
- Every mail brings the latest of
the best sellers.
A, B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Everything in BooRs!
'BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
. -Alex.-Young Building
;.) o . 1 1 !.. ;i 1 1 . fr
Tlio recognized floor cover
ing (or this cllmato.
It can be washed with boil
ing water or disinfections.
Wo linvo It In plain colors,
liiUld and prints.
The covering for your Of
ftcc, Store, and Rooms in
Lewers & f ooke,
177 SO. KING STREET
FOR NEXT WEEK
Applications For Homesteads'
Will Be Drawn Within
.. .... a Few Qays.
October 27 will be n great day 111
the homestead history of Hawaii,
Tor oii'thiilf day the llrlt drawing df
lots wilt In) liejd In the tlitone 10061
and all applications whcli hoVc
hceii plated III the seven locked
boxes icpieseiitlng the seven I1111J
districts will be drnwn, the cho'"
of lots given to the appjl atlutu In
the turn they are taken f-ou the
The boxes have been filling tip for
weeks, slme the advertisement first
appeared, and nearly every day
thcio'huvo been applications receiv
ed fur sonic If not all of tlio seven
No, count has been kept of the
nulnber of applications received, but
It Is hoped by the Commissioner of
Lands that tliero aie enough in the
tidxra to take every one of the 1020
pieces of land which nrc ready for
honiPKteud on this tlrst drawing.
The Inttcr part of Novcmbor Land
Commissioner Campbell -will visit
the different districts and allot the
laud for homesteads, the law pro
viding that the pieces shall bo given
by lot, the Applicants choosing their
land In thc'tiacU applied for In the
lirder In which their applications
came fiom the box.
There was no meeting of the land
board jesterday afternoon, although
one had been advertised.
The law provides that there must
be two-thirds of the members pres
ent to transact business, mid ns
there are two members absent from
the Territory and Sam I) wight was
011 the Federal Jury jesterday after
noon, no meeting could be held.
How This Los Angeles Wo
man Was Helped by the
4 Tonic Treatment
, M.VE. Silva,
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 1170 Night Call 1014
Compartments in the
For Particulars Inquire of
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO,
Will do it
THE RENEAR CO.
ALGAROBA BEAN MILLS
If you want your plumbing done
well, give the order to
The Pioneer Plumber
183 MERCHANT STREET
' I li 1
She U.d Dr. Willi.mi' Pink Pill. When
She Needed More Strength and the
pure,Rlch Blood Soon Brought
"I can't lirgln to tell of the lieneflt I
feoelwal from Dr. Williams' Pink Vills,"
snjs Mrs. t. Ki, liar, o( No (178 Kast
Miriy-iiiiu. (inn, JJW Aiigc(ii, cm.
Tinir'ur flp 'years Hfo nt tlio time ol
life w hen 1 needed rtst. 1 Wwarno mil
down through ,orrwork and wiirry car
ing for my liuMiaiid who lin-I Ihvh Injur
ed. I Inhume so weak Hint ili-bllltsnil
that I didn't have strength .tn do my
WITH. 1 OHM III HllJUIllim W I1U HNJ-
thing. Koojl dldh't twin to strengthi'ii
inc. I liml distuning inun in the bark
of the nwk and along the spine. t silf
fenil from hcadclH". was wry nervous.
couldn't slwji a) all, ami the least little
noise siartieii nir. 1 was ronnnni 10 noil
for thrw weeks at a time I uasrtiluwl
In weight from 1!M to 115 pounds.
"I was under the earn of three- doctors
at diHeivut times during my sickness,
While taking their medicine I Hrmeil
tn feel koiiio lietter but would he as
sick aa ever wlirn I rti-,l taking it.
The ihx tors said I would never get will
withnnt an 6irMinn, tmt my liusliaml
would not consent to it. I had been sick
over a ji-nr when a friend urgiil me to
try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I had tried
so many iniiliriim ami iloctors that 1
didn't have much faith in the pilln but
decided to give them a trial. It vn
only a short time hernia I began to fi-el
stronger. Tim headaches and nervous
ness left mo and I was Ismk tiled in every
way. I gave the pills a good trial and
whs entirely enrol I weigh more now
than I have in long time."
If you are intonated In the remedy that
cured .Mm. May, write, tmiay lor our
booklet, "Plain Talksto Women." It I
free, ami will bo sent wtail.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pilli arealwaysths
saino and are sold only In packages liear
Ing the well-known trade mark, Dr. Wll
Mams' Pink IMls for Palo People." Pills
sold in any other package, or loose, by
the dorcn or hundred am not the same,
whatever the clerk trlla jou. me gen
uine are sold by all druggists or will lie
sent by mall, postpaid, on receipt ol
price, oO cents per lox; bIx Ikjxcs for
i-2.H0, by the Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,
Schenectady, T. Y.
(Continued from Page 1)
gautty decorated with tlio American
lings. Palm leaves mid the colored
elcctilc lights wcic around the walU
nud tho front portion of tlio stand.
Tlio decorations were unusual. Tlio
work was .arranged under the super
vision of K N. Scovlllc. chief engi
neer of Wnlpahu plantntlon nnd Mali
nger Dull of tho plantation, hail much
to do with the success of tho decora
John C. I.aiio. candidate for niavor;
It. V. Shingle, for treasurer, and Au
di ow Cox, for sheriff nn'd many others
were each greeted with piolonged ap
plause nnd cheers, as they arose to
speak to the people
Chllllngworth, tho first speaker of
tho night, was brief In hl remarks,
lie said that his icconl. while n Sen
ator, was sufficient ovhlcnco for tbo
voters to decldo for themselves wheth
er he was entitled to got their support
or not. lto piomlscd, If elected, to
do what's right for tho llaw-nllaus, nnd
tho American cltUenu, generally. He
vvns ussuicd of tho support of the
"Sit down, Chailpy, ou'll get our
voles, said n crown 01 young men
He fnt down amidst applause and
A. I. Custlo, for Ileprescntntlve,
next addressed tho audience, Craw
ford acted as Hawaiian interpreter.
Ciistli! snld that tfie Republican can
didates, If elected, stand leady to ap
propriate money for tho construction
of good belt toads mound this island.
In tho early part of bis speech, lie
told tho people, that It would bo more
ngicenblc to him, had ho been out In
the midst of the crowd, plajlng base
hall with them. Ho said, nlso that be
wns leady to piny b.isebull with his
opiKiuents, who wcro simply making
"hot ulr" promises.
Cecil Brown Applauded.
Cecil llrown, the xcnutial caiull
dato, made 0110, of tho best speeches
of the, night He emphasized tho fact
that It wus not right for tho Huwall
ans to cxpci Intent with u delegate to
"Vote for K11I1I0 nnd return him to
Congress," ho snld.
"Sure kela," camo back tho answer
"Don't send l'llwal tn Washington,"
llrown then proceeded to tell the
nmltcneo (hit Piliico K11I1I0 Is 'well
known In Congress nud that his return
thero ns Itnwnli'H delegate moana
ptosperlty for Hawaii nud her people
Jleforo concluding ho said Unit "Kll
wal" (Link) was digging a well for
him to drown hlniFclf. Ho nlso re
minded lils hearers that tho Importa
tion ot Immigrants hero, wnuhl not bo
detrimental In HatMllans,
It. W. Shingle eald that tlio pres
ence of so many nlco looking ladles,
was tho sign of Uindultdo success for
tho Republican paity on I ho election
day. Tho ladles, of course, 'smiled.
They said that they would tel their
hiish.iuils In vote the straight Repub
lican candidates, or else thcio will
bo trouble. The Hawaiian exprcs
klon means much to those who under
stand tho Hawaiian lunguage. That
wus laughter it nil applause.
Continuing, he said It was about
tlmo for tho Republicans and people
generally, to place tho political bouse
under the Republican "Shingles." In
order to convince the Hnwallans, h
said that tho funds of tho county
would be safe, 111 his bunds, If ho wen
elected. That, hu was ready to uccum
moduto the country district people
with money, on pay day, Instead nf
their coming to town to cash thcli
A. 1'. Judd, Senatorial candidate
pointed out to tlio voters of Wnlpahu
that the Republican platform, on
which he stood will eventually load
Hawaii to a statehood. Ho said that
thu Republican party was putting up
substantial men In tho Held, for Iho
people to vote for on tho election d.iy
Ho needed no Hawaii Interpreter.
ho himself being a good Hawaiian
Lane Makes a Hit.
John C. I.ane, candidate for mayor,
next addressed tho people. Hu
said that It was wrong for Ilia Ha
walhuiH to bo led by tho Democrats
to think that ho wim "hooknuo" (high
minded). He said Unit ho has never
been "lujokano," having tieatcd every
body, alike. Tluit his. hoipp was ill
wain open to tint Hnwallans to como
to and have 11 "kajikau" with him,
A. M. llrown, Deputy County Attor
ney, sisiko for John V. Cuthcart, who,
ho Raid was the best prosecuting at
torney in tho Territory. Cathcart's
nnma was received with applause.
Andiew Cox, candidate for Kheilff.
who stood In the presence of the en
thusiastic qanwd, piomlscd tho voters
that they would bo treated fairly and
squarely if lie wns elected to tho of
fice. He, too, was assured of
support on the election day. Ho said
that his motto wus "equality." Ho
treated tho people of Waliilua on a
same level, when bo was deputy slier
Ebcn Low, tho cowboy candidate for
supervisor, said thut ho wns ready to
go Into the harness on tho Hoard of
Supervisors, and do his duties, to tho
best of his ability. "You aro all right,
Kben," shouted the Wiilp.iliu cowboys,
who were present at tho meeting with
R, W. Spelr, a telephone, "llvowlro
mnit," at tho lequest of tlio boyn from
Wutcrlown, ssiko for Harry Murray.
Ho nlso urged the voters to voto the
straight Republican ticket.
Jas. Rlckncll, M. C Auinna, Frank
Kruge and others, also spoko briefly
and right to the tiolnt.
The meeting ended nl about twenty
minutes to 12. A vpcclnl train. In
chnige of conductor fiulck and Kngl
peer Joscy wns run fiom Honolulu for
tho benefit of the people who wished
to -litem! the meeting at Wnlpuliii,
Major Cumarn nnd A. D, Costro
spoke to the !1irtURue.-o In their
mother tongue nnd wcro listened to
with n great deal of Interest. They
told them that the Republican party
stood for tho prosperity of this Ter
ritory and urged them one unit all
to vote the straight Republican
"For Rent" cards on tale at
1-1 I J.
We have just received
our New Stock of FALL
HATS, both Felt and
Straw. All the shades
are of the newest. New
exclusive shapes, be
coming, refined lines,
absolutely correct styles.
All that you like in a
A Style Leader
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., Ltd,
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 King St.
QUARTER SIZES 1
Regal Shoo Store,
Kinp; nnd Bethel Streets
The, Straight Ticket
Lot in Beautiful
Close to Nature and be
Kaimuki Land Co.,
Our Five-Dollar Specials
Represent the Best Styles
Just Arrived ex Hilonian
ALEXANDER YOUNG HOTEL LAUNDRYi
Wc call special attention to LAIES' SILK GOWNS!
Our metliods in the Dry CtcnniiiR Department nrc
the Bulletin office.
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