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EVENING T1UM.ETIN, HONOMJMJ. T II .
Tt'Ksnw. OCT. 2". mo.
GREAT WHITE SALE
iK c Begins Monday, Oct. 24th
), WILL CONTINUE UNTIL THE END OF THE MONTH
f i. j'TUIs last, week in October will hold bin, onnortumties for nu
"visit i otiri Stoic. A laree, purchase of NAINSOOK. VICTORIA LAWN,
ENGLISH LONG-CIOTH and INDIA LINON enables iis to sell at these
very low prices, which will only hold Rood for one week. Goods quoted
by ihe, .piece, .can, nof, be tut.
'; Victoria Lawns
"' Ten, yards in a piece.
$1.00 $ .75 per piece
1.25 90 per niece
1,50 ..-.., 1.15 per piece
1,75,,...,,, 1.25 per piece
2.00 , . 1.40 per pece
English Long Cloth
Twelve yards in a piece.
.00 per piece 52.25"' .$1.75
Twelve yards in a
$1.75 per piece 15o ; .".... 12ac
A-EEIES! 20e 15o
' e 25o 102.3c
3.75...., 3.25 per piece 35o
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.,
Corner Fort and Beret ahia Streets Opposite Fire Station
to Hear Talk on Meaning
of Land Laws.
'. RULE IS EXPLAINED
Prince Kuliio, Governor Frcar,
.Supt. Campbell and Others
.Cheered by Largo Body of
Voters in Lusitana Hall.
Grading, Road and Driveway
Filling, Tennis Court Construction
P. M. POND,
Constructing Contractor Telephone 2890
STOP at the HOTEL MANX
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;
Viarlor, bedroom and private bath, $5 ,to,$10i
AMERICAN PLAN $3 and up per day.
NOT ONLY THE BEST AT THE PRICE, BUT THE
EQUAL OF ANY AT ANY PRICE.
. .Honolulu .Representative: WILLIAM DOUTHTTT.
ROOM 308, McCANDLESS BUILDING
Pretty Boxes for
Your Xmas Gifts
TISSUE PAPER TO WRAP
THEM IN, AND STICKERS
TO FASTEN THE PACK
AGE. CHRISTMAS BELLS In
different S'zcs, from ...
5c to 50c
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Younj; Building
Office Supply Co.,
GLOBE-WERNICKE FILING CABI
NETS and BOOKCASES,
GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY,
031 FORT STREET
Portuguese-Americans crowded the
ball of the I.usltnnn society last
night to listen to nn explnnntlon of
the "preference right" rule In the
Punchbowl lands and to Klvo Prince
Kuliio. Governor Freer anil tho otli-
nr speakers unmistakable assurnnce
that they are In sympathy with the
administration. They also Rilve as
surance that they arc In sympathy
with the Republican platform ami
tlkct and will see to It that- the
Purtilguesc Vote goes to Republican
It wan one n the most Blgnincant
meetings of the campaign. Doss
McCundtesH and his Democratic
henchmen have been doing every
thing In their power to spread ills-
satisfaction among the Portuguese-
AmorlcaiiH and to misrepresent the
attitude of the ndnilnlstratlon. Nev
ertheless, the voters last night were
decidedly favorable to the Republi
cans, and listened to the speeches
In orderly silence that was broken
only by applause.
Satisfied with the explanations of
Trlncc Kalanlanaole, the Portuguese
voters who assembled In the hall ex
pressed their appreciation of his
good work In Congress.
They further added words of
praise and thanks for the allotment
of the lands on Punchbowl, now
leased to the Kaplolanl Estate,
whj'h will be. acquired by those
living on them an tenants, by "pref
Delegate Explains Status.
The Delegate pointed out to them
that ho had dono nil he could for
bis constituents here, and assured
them further that he was prepared
to do moro for them, if reelected.
Prince Kalanlanaole, the Delegate,
arrived at 8 o'clock. fiovernor
Frcar and Marston Campbell, who
had arrived early In the evening.
met him on tho lanal, nnd, headed
by Mnjor Chmnra, the chairman, of
the meeting, the Prince, (lovornor
Frear, Superintendent of Public
Works Campbell, .7. C. Kane, II. V,
Shingle, A. D. Citro and Oeorgo
Davis, walked Into the hall, amidst
Major Camarn stated first that
Prlnre Kalanlannolc, (fnvernor Frear
The first aid to a weak
stomach, sluggish liver or
constipated bowels should be
the Bitters, because it has
proven 'its right to be called
"the best." It is for Indices
tion, Costiveness and Malar
ial Disorders. Try it.
For sale by Reason, Smith A Co
Ltd.; Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Illlo D'Ui
Co.; and at all Wholesale Llqno
A presonathe for
shingles and rough
Permanent in Color.
LEWERS & COOKE,
177 SO. KING STREET
M. E. Silva.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. 0PP0SITI
Phone 1179 Night Call 1014
off of some lands, and we might re
fuse. It might take many oars to
get It. It Is up to vitt. Two ycais
Is a long while. Conditions then
may be different. It Is up to Jim.
1 haven't, heard whether the gov
eminent will accept my offer. It l
to your interest."
Superintendent of Public W'orkr
Marston Campbell next nddipssed the
audience. He said that the govern
ment was preparing to get the landr
for the people who had lled en
them for some time. He assmed
them that tho land department, o!
whlcji he was the head, was sending
the surveyors to lay ro.uls, lanes anil
recreation grounds, and that the
rights of those living on Punchbowl
lands would be protected. He made
n hit when he stated that he would
cause to be built wide streets and
that every lot, so far ns possible,
would facoMhc street, lie fime'.ud
ed by saying that It was up to the
Legislature to make an npprnpila-
tlnn for tho earning on of the
work as outlined by the depart
ment. Frear Explains.
(lovornor Frcar ncsured the audi
onco Unit the. administration win
heartily in faror'of giving the landt
to thosci who are living on tho
Lane on Prosperity.
John C. Lane touched upon the
prosperity of the country under the
Itepubllcnn administration nnd call
ed upon tho voters to support the
straight Ki-puhllcan -ticket.
II. W. Hhlngle, candidate fin
treasurer, Impressed upon tho minds
of his audience the necessity of wit
lug for the Uepubllcan ticket.
rR f Y
We have just received
our New Stock of FALL
HATS, both Felt v and
Straw. All the shades
are of the newest. New
exclusive shapes, be
coming, refined lines,
absolutely correct styles.
'AH that you like in a
A. D. Castro, Cecil Ilrowii, Sen-
and Marston Camphell were there to r Cl.llllngwor h. ,0 r spoke,
,. .... ., ;, were greeted with enthusiastic np-
Compartments in the
CHILDREN HAPPY AGAIN
Our Toy Department now open,
with a Fresh Stock of TOYS, GAMES
,nud a splendid line of BOOKS.
WALL, NICHOLS CO,, LTD.
The Books Talked
Are on Sale at
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Everything in Books!
For Particulars Inquire of
Will do it
THE RENEAR CO.
ALGAR0BA BEAN MILLS
BROWN & LYON CO,, LTD.
L Alex. Young Building
If you want your plumbing done
well, give the order to
The Pioneer Plumber
183 MERCHANT STREET
speak for themselves on matters
which come directly untyr their
In presenting Prlnro Kalanlana
ole, Camarn said that he was tho
landlord of thosn living on Punch
bowl, nnd that ho would tell them
the clr'umstances under which they
can acquire their lands, under the
In drder to show their feelings in
the matter, J. A. It. Vlerra and J.
8. Hocha arose In the midst of the
Delegate's speech nnd, shouting at
the top of their voices, said that
(hey were thero to express tho sen
timent of the Portuguese voters ns
favoring the reelection ' of the
The Delegate was received with
prolonged applause ad he arose to
nddicss the nudlonce. .
What Bills Mean.
He spoke In part ns follows;
"I am here fgr politics, but I am
tho poorest politician In the Islands.
I do not play politics, but try to do
for ovorybody In the Islands. I am
hero ns a candidate for Congress,
nl, I, nn asking you to voto for me
on my1 record. Nothing olsejind no
more, I did not understand I was
to bo hero as a landlord, I am not.
There he Is (pointing to Governor
Frear and Campbell),
"As to the lauds," he continued,
"who Is the gulncr? I am a little.
I think you ute also, you who live,
on the lands. I Introduced a bill
for your peoplo and It passed. Wlion
I returned from Washington I found
that some said it was done for po
litical purposes. Why should you
not be entitled to those lands, for
)ou were the ones who came, upon
this land and make It your homo, to
llvo mid die upon It. Therefore, I
Introduced n bill to protect you and
your own peoplo. The (lovornor,
Mr. Castro nnd myself looked Into
conditions to watch out for your In
tereBts. T11I10 fucts as you Bee them
Today tho Kaplolanl Kstato has made,
an offer to turn oer Punchbowl to
the (lovornor, and the fiovernor Is to
turn over to us the rentals for two
yenrs and you may say wo tin wait
for two years, hut I think It Ib for
your Interest to get It now,, rather
than wait for two years.
Judging from the general appear
anco of things. It Is certain that th(
audience, or, at least, the mnjorlt)
of the voters, present nt tho meet
ing last night will vote for Prince!
Kalanlanaole, as Delegate, and the
rest of tho candidates on tho Ue
I.usltanii Hall wan filled to In
capacity, nnd thoso who could 'wit
find seals In tho room stood at tho
windows and llslenod most Interest
ingly to the speakers.
Seated on tho platform last night.
besides Malor Camara, were Prince
Kalanlanaole, (Joverntir Krear, Sir
perlntendent of Publl- Works Camp
bell. It. W. Shingle, J. C. I-ane, A.
D. Castro. George Davis, J. P. Dutro
nnd Charloi Chlllliigworth,
HANSON' In Honolulu, Saturday,
October 22. 110. to tho wlfo of
Tred Hanson, 11 ion. I
MILKS In Honolulu, October 17,
r.HO, to the wife of Thus. T I
Miles, a Mill.
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 King St.
Regal Shoe Store,
King nnd Bethel Streets
KILLS ENRAGED BULL
RUSHING AT CROWD
Los Angeles Deputy Sheriff
Shoots Animal When It Is
Six Feet from Spectators.
I.OS AN0i:i.i:S, Seplombor Hi.
Ucrt i:. Hlco, a deputy sheriff and
member "f tho Ynqncro Club, proved
tho real hero In n bull fight that was
not on tho program of tho' Mexican
centennial celebration hero today. IJn
rlrpia Ilobles, a Spanish toreador, nnd
his matadors wcio engaged In a bull
dodging exhibition. Tlio animal bo
caino enraged and crashed thtoiigh the
nlniHlly conslrnc'ed fifty-font ring nnd
wns ilushlug. head down. Into n crowd
which Included many women, when
Wen stepped forwaul and fluid a r
volor bullet Into tln head of tho fu
rious animal. It dropped six feet from
tho densely packed throng of terrified
A SUGGESTIONJIN eczema
It Is suggested that eczema suffer
ers ask Honolulu Drug Co. of this city
ttlmt reports they are getting from
the patients who Imvo used tho nil of
wlntcrgreon liquid rouipounil, I). I).
Inter-Island and O, II. k I.. Shipping
lionkH for Ha In at the II II 1 1 e 1 1 II
"The (lovornor has tried to get us 0iuci.( no0 each.
The Straight Ticket
Lot in Beautiful
Close to Nature and be
Kaimuki Land Co.,
Our Five-Dollar Specials
Represent the -Best Styles
Turbans and t Street Hats
Just Arrived ex Hilonian
ALEXANDER YOUNG HOTEL LAUNDRY!
We call special attention to LAIES' SILK DOWNS.
Our methods in the Dry Cleaning Department nre of
the very latest. Wiotie 1801.
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