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IJ0N0MJ1.U, T It, MONDAY, OCT. 21. 1 0J 0.
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iPRRAT WHITE SALE
- J Begins Monday, Oct. 24tU
'iAnd.wjll continue until the end of the month
(j ,rTlii las'wcck in October will hold bis opportunities for all who
' visit' Onf Store.' -A large purchase of NAINSOOK, VICTORIA LAWN,
ENGLISH LONG-CLOTH and INDIA LINON enables us to sell at these
very low prices, which will only hold good for one week. Goods quoted
,by piece, can notbc cut.
1 Vjjclbria Lawns
' ' Tcii yards in a piece.
ricq. , , Special.
?.uu , ? ,76 per piece
1,25 , . , . .00 per piece
1.60 . . , 1.15 per piece
1,75 .,..,, , ..,,. . 1.25 per piece
2.00 ...,.., 1.40 per p'ece
Twelve yards in a piece.
Price, , , Special.
'?n ?J,70 per piece
9 7K 9 00 iwr f
3.00,.' 2.15 per piece
,o. i a ......... o.ao per piece o ju ju
'SACHS' D'RY GOODS CO.,
ii i Corner Fort and "Beret ania Strects-Opposite Fire Station
.Qrdijig, Road and Driveway
,.. ( Building
Filling, Tennis Court Construction
P. M. POND,
Constructing Contractor Telephone 2890
STOP at the HOTEL MAJN'X
IN SAN FRANCISCO
This magnificent hotel is situatdd on Powell street, in
the heart of the city, immediately 1 accessible 'to' all the
,, shops, theaters, railroad ticket offices, etc.
EUROPEAN, PLAN Bedroom, with detached bath,
$1.50 and upward) ;witt private bath, $2 and upwards;
, Wlor, bedroom and,' private bath! $9 to $10.
,., AMERICAN PLANll$3 'and up per day.
NOT ONLy.THE BEST AT THE PRICE, BUT THE
.EQUAL OF ANY AT ANY PRICE.
'""Honolulu Representative: "WILLIAM" DOUTHITT.
ROOM 308, McCANDLESS BUILDING
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There has been Incorpor
ated In tills collection all tho
liett of the Hawaiian Songs.
It should bo In every home on
the Islands, and will he sin
cerely appreciated by jour
friends an tho mainland.
Hawaiian News Co.,
I'Alex. Young Building
Office Supply Co.,
Dealers In "
TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES, ,
GLOBE-WERNfcKE FILING CABI-
NETS and BOOKCASES,
GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY
031 FORT STB.EET
'"CHILDREN' HAPPY AGAIN
, .Our .Toy' Department now oaen.
wWa Freshtock of "TOYS, GAMES
and a splendid line of BOOKS.
, WALL, NICHOLS CQ., LTD.
King Street .
the Books Talked
Arc on Sale at
,' A. B. ABLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Everything in Books!
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alex. Young Building
English Long Cloth
Twelve yards in a pie:e.
The recognized floor cover
lug for this cllmato.
It can he washed with boil
ing water or disinfections.
Wo have It In plain colors,
lnliilds and prints.
The covering for your Of
fice, Store, and Rooms in
Lewefs & f ooke,
177 SO. KING STREET
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITI
Phone 1170 Night Call 1014
k 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 older to
The Pioneer Plumber
183 MERCHANT STREET
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111IJ LrtIL LUtU
From 'kahana ' to Waialua
Crowds Heed Words of
... . Republicans. -
All Onlm from Knhnn.t to Vala
hh jfKeniblpd at Kahiiku on Sntur
ihij fiitRti. with Jutt enough of Ho.
ikJIOIu'h population to mnko j gom
JrVilJ. t ra 1 11 loail from fimn,
It was one of the largest country
meetings of tlin Republican party,
and with the exception of the fact
that tome of the candidate' had to
wnlt till a Into hour for tlinlr share
of the' lunn, pverjone was hnppy.
lint It Is tho part of the candidate
The 'rally was held In the park
hear the Knhuku mill. A large stund
had been. ere ted by Manager Adams,
electrii' connections made for the
niovlng-iitctiire machlnn, and every
thing done to Rene the convenience
of the people.
'Che luau was served In tho dance-
hall at I.ale, where from 'i o'clock
In the afternoon until nearly I)
o'clock In the evening tho ladles of
the' Mormon settlement served all tho
dclfcatles of the season to the hun
dreds who came to paitnke of Ue
liulill an hospitality.
Mr. I'olllster of Knhnria took
chnrge of the transportation ur-
rangcnients from Kuhaua to Ka'liuki'i
over the Koolau Hallway. This ho
did In 'splendid style. Ample notice
was glvHi to the people along the
line, ami n full tralnload roled Into
Knhuku from the Koolnn district. As
soon ns the train from Honolulu de
lhcreil its passengers at Knhuku,
It was Immediately run hack to Wal.
alun, and there again filled with the
Waialua people, who came to Ka
hukii bringing wjth them the Waia
lua hnnil, nnd at Wtilulee the Indus-
tilal School band wns picked up.
With two bands nnd moving pic
Jures and the candidates, nnd the
singing girls nnd a campaign stunt
hy Ilonry Vlcrru, there was some
thing doing all tho time, nnd every'
one wiih good nnturcd nnd extremely
well bc;lin I'd. ,
In order that the Honolulu party
who left town lit :i o'clock should
he properly fed, Munnger Adams had
.1 special plantation train mado up
to carry these ueop'.e through to
Idle, where they wero served
bv the I-ilu ladies. 80 finally
ever) one was comfortable and well
The speaking began nt 8 o'clo"k,
with William Ilathburn presiding,
The legislative and county canill-
dates wero on hand with their best
tnlks, and they held the Interest of
the nudlemc till well after mid
Tlin orators and tho workers mado
n great Impression on the voters of
the district, and especially at Uile.
A canvass of IjiIo mado on Sunday
showed that great inroads had been
rmado on tho Democratic forces by
the regular precinct workers nnd
fieorge Keknuohn, volunteer cnthusl
nst. Mr, Kcinu, an Influential man
of the district, Is nlso nmong those
working fur Republican success, he
having beena strong Home Ituler
for many jears.
Tho only Demounts found Wfre
seventeen who make up a "louesomo
cluli" that Is coon to voto on wheth.
er It shall continue to exist or not.
Republicans are doing great work
In puncturing tho falsehoods .and
showing up the impossible promises
of McCandless and the Democrats
There was but one Interruption of
speakers at the rally. One man
spoka up when pecll llrown was
talking on Immigration. Mr. llrown
answered the mnn nnd wound up by
telling him that ho didn't know
whnt he was talking about. The In
terrupter remarked afterwards that
llrown hud shown him where ho was
wrong and was now pololcl.
TO INSURE BAGGAGE
CHICAGO, Oit. 7. The woes of
tlinfHpnrt of tho traveling public
which occasionally loses Kb baggage
Boon will he decreased, for tho rail
roads are planning to put Into ef
fect n system of Insuring baggage
valued nt not more thaji' S100 free
of chargo, nnd for n small fee If
worth more than 1100. This Is ono
of the features (if n bet of rules pre
pared here jestorday, with a view
toward uniform baggage regula
tions. Tho joint committee whl'h
worked out tho rules will present
them to all passenger associations
for adoption. In order to take ad
vantage of the proposed Insurance,
the passenger will be required to
deelaro tho value of his baggage be.
foro starting on his journey. In the
event of value abovo $100, the pas
senger will be required to pay ap
proximately 1C per cent, of the ex
cess baggngo into Should the pas
tcnger cniry, for example, $1000
woitli of bjggnge, an additional
charge of l.G per cent, of the pas
senger rate will bo mado,
Week 1 j II u I lit In per year.
Man Who Robbed Newly-Made
Friend Is Sent Up In
Harry tlcjispn pit up sbtnclhlng of
a ro)rd In tUc way of crime as ro
gafdrf tlmA from 'ho moment ho
stoned An tho Manna Kea on Sntur
dny. tilt this mnrti'ng, when he depart
cd for onep year's soojurn nt Asch's
Harry Ii nirtuigrnlefiil fellow to say
tho least of him, and the wny he
robbed n nctvl) made friend who had
taken him Ih and given him shelter,
dlsgusUd tho detective department
nnd Iho mnlslralo before .whom he
Krom'the cvblcncp. It appears that
Uenson happened to meet Clnrko, and
pitched him a hard luck story Clarke
himself a mallhlnl. orfered to help Hen
son, nnd took hlui to his room after
bii)lng food, for him Clarke even
offered to pay Denton's steerage pnss
ago to San Krnnclsco, so that tho Int
ter could get. fsonutilng to 1I0 there
Tho pair adjourned to Clark's room,
and, townrdi midnight, llenson sold
that he did not like crowding his
friend and that lie would go and stay
with another man ho kuevy. Clnrko
wns very sleep) and thought no hlni!
more of the matter till next morning
when he found that ho had been roli-
bed of $ir,0.
The matter was retried to Chief
McUiiffle, and at he knew that thd
money, which was In Traveler's
checks, could only bo cashed at cer
tain places, he started on n hunt.
McDuffle found out that a man had
registered at one of tho big hotel
and that he bad cashed one of tlin
checks there. A description of tho
man was obtained and then the chief
made tho rounds looking for the thief.
At the Walklkl beach he saw Uenson
sitting on a bench and, walking up
behind mm, cllod out: "Clarko!"
llenson fcprang to his feet nnd Mo
Dme saw that the man In every way
filled the description of tho wanted
Upon being confronted with Clnrko
at tho police station, llenson confessed
dver thing, and ho was thereupon
charged with larceny. This morning
he pleaded guilty nnd was sentenced
)u uut- t'iir in j.111.
Their Work With Steamer
There, Is a possibility that tho Unit
ed States Const and (Ifodctlc survcv
steamer ICxplorer may soon ho manned
by A crew of Hawaiian, nt least 11
far as the flreroom Is concerned,
The Federal lighthouse tender K11
kill has been operated with a slml
lar crew for 0 considerable period and
Iho work performed by tho Hawaiian
Is pronounced as highly satisfactory
The Kxplorer continues to occupy n
berth at tho i:wa stdu of Alakea
wharf ThU vessel Is hero with olll
cers who will tako up the survey and
rcchartlng of tho coast lines surround
Ing tho several Islands within the
Tho IZxplorcr Is being made readv
for tho four to six months' cruise
about tho Island waters.
It Is tho present Intention to first
lake up the work In tho waters about
tho Island of Oahti nnd then follow
witli rcchartlng anil surviving along
tlin shoies of Moloknl, Maul nnd I. a
LAD IS KILLED
Big Machine Goes Slowly
But Chauffeur Fails to
( Kn lul II u 1 1 1-1 1 11 Crrrf MMin1i nee )
WAIMTKU, Maul, Oct. 21. Joaquin
do Itego, chauffeur, ran over a tiliiu
ear old Japauesa lad at I.abalnn last
evening with his automobile. The
hoy died this morning from Injuries
leci'lvid, Deputy Sheriff C. II. Mud
soy Is holding an inquest now over
the remains, From tho evidence of
cjo witnesses, It Beenis that tho accl
dent was unavoidable. Tho auto was
going slowly when tho big machine
struck Iho lad and knocked him sense.
loss on the ground, Tho auto Is own
ed hy John do Hego, of Walluku, vvhu
Is ulsf father of the chauffeur.
Once morn wo are crowlmr sken-
tlcat of tltti peuluutlary as a reform
ing agency. Abe Hummel sas uu Is
going to vvrlto a book. Denver Republican.
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A Style leader
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.. Ltd.
The. Straight Ticket !
Lot in Beautiful .
Close to Nature and be
Kaimuki Land Co.,
, ' LIMITED "
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We have just received
our New Stock of FXLL
HATS, both Mp 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
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 King St.,
the very latest.
Regal Shoe Store,'
King and Bethel Streets
Our Five-Dollar Specials
Represent the Best Styles
Turbans and' Street Hats
Arrived ex Hiloniqn
YOUNG HOTEL LAUNDRY
We call special attention to LAIES1 SILK OOWHSJ
Our mjtuods(in the Dry, ClcaninK ejwrtmerit nre)o?