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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, October 26, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENING tlUMXTIN, HONOLULU, T H , WEDNESDAY OCT 20. 1910
GIEAT WHITE SALE
Begins Monday, Oct. 24th
AND WI1L CONTINUE UNTIL THE END OF THE MONTH
Thii Inst week in October will hold big opportunities for all who
visit our .Store. A larce purchase of NAINSOOK, VICTORIA LAWN,
ENGLISH L0NO-CL0TH and INDIA LINON enables us to sell at these
very low prices, which will only hold good for one week. Goods quoted
by the piece can not be cut.
Ten yards in a piece,
Price. ' Special.
$1.00 ,. . ..t .', .$ .78 per piece
1,25 00 per piece
1.50 1.15 per piece
1,75 1.25 per piece
2.00 1.40 per p'ece
00 per piece
Twelve' yards in a piece.
$1.75 per piece
1.05 per piec
2.50 1.05 per pec
0-7K 9. HO r n(fM
n'm ""'"'. 2 IB nT niece
,3.75 i . . x .'.. ; . . . 3.25 per piece 35o 25c
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.,-
Corner Fort and Beret ania Streets Opposite Firc Station
Grading, Road and Driveway
Building 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
i the heart of the city, immediately accessible to all the
' shops, theaters, railroid ticket offices, etc.
EUROPEAN PIAN Bedroom; with detached bath,
$1,50 and upwards; with private bath, $2 and upwards;
parlor, bedroom and private bath, $5 to $10.
AMERICAN PLAN $3 and up per day.
NOT ONLY THE BEST AT THE PRICE, BUT THE
. EQUAL OF ANY AT ANY PRICE.
V!.-. ui 1 . nonomm .ttepreseniaiive: wua.iAjvi uuuinixi.
ROOM 308, McCANDLESS BUILDING
"Pretty Boxes for
Your Xmas Gifts
TISSUE PAPER TO WRAP
THEM IN, AND STICKERS
TO FASTEN THE PACK
,AQE. CHRISTMAS BELLS In
different szes, from ...
5c to 50c
Hawaiian News Co.,,
Alex. Younp; Buildinrr
Office Supply Co.,
0L0BE-WERNI0KE FILING CABI
NETS and BOOKCASES,
GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY,
831 FORT STREET
CHILDREN HAPPY AOAIN
Our Tov Department now open.
' with a Fresh Stock of TOYS, OAMES
and a"splendid line of BOOKS.
' WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
, ,TIfr Books Talked
Arc on Sale at
A. B. ARLEIQH & CO., LTD.
Everything in Books!
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alex. Young Building
English Long Cloth
Twelve yards in a piece.
A piesenatUe for sour
shingles and rough wood
Permanent in color.
LOWERS & COOKE,
177 SO. KINO STREET
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALHEfi
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, 0PP0SITX
Phone 1179 , Night Call 1014
Compartments in the
For Particulars Inquire of
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Will do it
THE RENEAR CO.
ALOAR0BA BEAN MILLS
If you want your plumbing done
well, give the order to
The Pioneer Plumber
183 MERCHANT STREET
3 j v
Republican Manager Declared
to Have Pledged Himself
BOURBON MEETING IS
Harry Irwin and Link McCand
less Between Them Settle
All Great Questions of Day.
Boss Condemns Bossism.
(Hpnlul Unite! In OcrnaiKiijiUnw.)
11II-0, Oct. 21. Tho statement
nmdo by Hiiro Irwin, candidate fur
Count) Attorney. Unit Carl Smith, the
ltciubllcuii campaign manager, hud
told litiu somo months ngo that lie
was going to ute for Link McCand
lent, uus the main sensation of n
meeting held by tho Democrats nt
Moohcnu l'ark last Saturday night.
Tho meeting was piosldod ocr b)
Auditor Magulrc, and 11 number of
cnudlu'a.leH spoke, Including Link. Nei
ther of the two cdtidldatcs for super
visor for lllhi was picscnt, Dr Irwlh
hailnc been called to Pamialoa on a
Huiiy Irwin said that ho hud sumo
thing to say of particular Intortst to
tlio haolcs, us ho hud been attacked
by the huolcs mid by tho Itopubllcaii
leaders; Ho then referred to tho
speech he hud made some tlmo ngo
at the meeting of tho Walakoa 1'rv
clnct Club. This, ho Bald, hud camod
the attack, but ho had no apologies to
make, and would stand by what he
Takes Up Scrap With Smith.
Iiwln went on to refer to the meet
lugs held nt tho Armory nml at Sproc
kets Hull, at which he said McCuml
tcss mid tho Irwlns hud been roasted,
whllo tho meeting had been called for
tho ostensible puroso or discussing
llcpuhltcuu candidates and Issues. Ho
refened lit sonio lensth to the speech
made about him by Carl Smith, stating
that It had been reported to him Unit
Smith had given him n good character,
but had said that ho had been con
tamluutcd by contact with McCand
I'am obliged to Mr Smith for w
good opinion," said Irwin. "Hut those,
few llnttcilug remarks cannot hide tho
dagger, even If It Is sheathed In vel
vet, Ho sajs that n man of my In
telligence and knowledgo, who sup
ports Mr. McCandless, Is dishonest.
Consciucutly I am dishonest
"I want to tell jou that Mr. Smith,
tho manager of tho Itcpiibllcau cam
paign, tojd me personally 11 few
mouths ngo, b foio he was elected
ciu.ipaigu manager, that If Link Mc-
Candkss were nominated, ho wojibl
supiiort him Ho not only told nio
that, but he said that ho had made
the Minio stntcuieiit to McCandless In
Honolulu, and that McCandless had
slink n him by the hand and thanked
"How- does that strike )ou now! If
McCandless thrte or four months ngo
was woithy of tho support of tho Ku
publican campaign manager, how
about calling inu dishonest for sup
Itwln went on to speak of tho state
ment that ho, as 11 eupporter of Link,
wus a mennfo to the community, sn-
Ing that ho helloed that Ills conduct
was such that ho hud tho lespect of
tho community. Ho ulso showed 11
copy of tho circular letter, distribut
ed by tho Ilepiibllcan County Commit
tee, uml ipiul extracts thercfium.
"It has 'been reported to mo that
Mi Smith said that I was nut worth)
of support, because. I drew the color
line," continued Irwin. "If an) 0110
cut heard mo mako such n lemark,
I defy him to come forward. I doty
any man to comu forward nml say
that 1 huo asked htm to vtc for
mc, except nt tho public hustings
This wholo thing Is an attempt b
certain leaders to 111 11 Into lino certain
Independent men, to say to them:
bow down j on slaves, to coerco J on
against jour will to do that which
)ou Know ou should not do."
McCandless Takes Floor.
Speeches followed by N'alelhim, Mil'
kekau, Illchardson and Kcpoo, where
upon Mnk took tho tloor. Ho spokn
at length 011 tho land question, und
said that, when ho had been Kulilo's
guest during tho tilp of tho Congros
blonal WKltors, he had been treated
shamefully Ho said, In regard to
Immigration, that tho strlko had
shown that thero wcro plenty of Isl
nml men who wanted Jobs.
Mnk aided that In 1008 tho toads
on this Islnnd woro fur better than
they lire now. Hawaii County needed
a change of ndiutnlstintlon. Tho moot
Ing ended with 11 speech In Hawallun
JUDO At Knhulul, Maul, October
'l'i, to the wife of Ilov. Henry I
Judd, 11 sou.
COXCIIIH- In this (Ily, October 2K
nnin. the Infant son of Mr. and
Mrs, O. O. Conger.
(Cont)niicd from Page 1.)
cso training ships on November 2, 11
da prpvlout to the hlrthdii) of lliu
peror Mutsuhlto of the Croat l.ipnn
tiro- naval colois from tlio uiilscr
A spina Jind Knsagl, will doubtless hi
spicad over the celling and over the
g.)rdqiv,ltof tents, which nie pitched
there nluWt .contlimuiish
At 8:30 o'clock, Consul (leneral
Ujcno and Ailmlial Yashin), coiuiiiiin
dcrln.chlef of the tnlulng snuadrou
will receive tho gu-sts In tlio maukn
p.-nlllnn. The occasion being an otll
clal function, they will nppeur In fill'
uniforms of their rank The sccretnr
les of the consulate and l.t Coalman
dor n. Yumamoto. chief of staff, will
stand beside tho Consul and Adnilr.r
It Is expected that Secrc'iirj Moll
Smith of the Ten lion wilt he at th.
head of the receiving line to prcscn'
tho guests to Consul General IT) em
nml Admiral Ynslilrn.
During the reception, the Hawaiian
quintet, under the leadership of I'nif
r.rncst Knal. will sing Hawaiian mel
oilles. After the reception, they wllr
retire to Hie mnkiil palllon,uud their
play music for the grand ball.
Admiral to Lead.
Although It Is not authentically an
nounccd by Consul (ienernl IJjeno, i
Is expected Hint Admiral Yashlro, will
lend the duueers iiikiii tho thior 11
the musicians begin to slug
The presenco of tho United 8tate'
army and naval oltlrcrs, nttlrrd lr
their brilliant and hc.i) gold In aided
full uniforms, with tin lr medals shlu
Ing on their breasts will add to tin
grandeur of the reception
Admiral Corwln P Hoes V R N
commandant of the local naval sta
Hon; Col. V S Schuler V S A
commander of the l.ellehita C.ivnlr'
Cantonment; Major C (I Long V S
M. C, commnniler of the" Mailni
Corps; Major i: V. Wlnslnw of Korl
Do hussy; Major 8 V Dunning, com
mander of Tort Shutter; Cnptaln IM
ward Tlmberlako of Port Rimer; Col
.1. W, Jones of the National Guard of
Hawaii, nml the officers, generally
will bo thero In full dress
flovernor Wi V Krear Chief ljxccu
tlvo of tho Territory. Prince K.it-1111
nnaole, Dclcgato to Congress; HI
Honor Mnor .1 .1 Pern, tho rcdern"
J1'B' Uolo and llobertsoii. US Mar
sum n. 11. iienury uisirici ai'orue
H. W. Ilreckons, Collector of Custom
B. n. StackaMf, Collector or Interna'
Itevcnuo W K Brake, Postmaster .1
fj. Pratt, and tho rest of tho Kcilcral
and Tcrrltoilal otllccn) hae been In
lted to the ueeptlon.
Tho HcmitorH mid Itoprcscntatlve
of tho Territorial legislature, head!
of tho Territorial and Count) depart
mints mid 11 largo number of pioiiiln
cut people, Including Hnoles, Japan
cse, Hawaiian, Portuguese nml Chin
cso lnne ulso been Invited,
Tho inemhers of the Consular Corps
who mc member of tho olllclal fain
Ily of Consul (leneral Ujeno liavi
also been extended Invitations. The
will bo there In full dress, neeiunpaii
led b) their whes, Tho Judges o
tho Supremo Courts, will come also
us luUted ami leading uowspapcr men
of Honolulu nro also Included In th
list of InUtutltms.
UNCLE SAM IS
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 2 -
Uncle Bum balanced his books ami
lounted his cush today for Beptcm
her, and found for tho first tluu
slnio the piescnt Mscnl year began
on July 1, thu go eminent has taken
In more money In a mouth than It
has been obliged to pay out.
The (ash drawer showed n balance
or $1,1(10, SOS. 18 nvor nil disburse
menu. If tho pa) incuts on the Pa
iinma Canal work and the puhll
debt could be excluded, the surplur
would ho S3,ISG,ST2.4S.
Thorn was 11 deficit of ncuily $1,
000,0110 for the corresponding mouth
last )ear To date tho total deft It
lor the fiscal )c.ir Is 13,310,Gf,0, ar
against a corresponding total clelUdt
of i;!:',ly,ul.r last )cnr at thU
The faomb!o showing eun .boat
trinutcd to larger receipts and
smaller expenditures. Total receipts
for tho month were $1'., 083, T.7S anil
disbursements sr,2,D27,00n. The ox
pendlturcs wero a good $6,000, 000
less than August's ami the receipts
woro aioiind Jl, 000, 000 gi eater.
Sharp Customs Advances.
There were sharp advances In cos
toms terolpts, bringing the revenue
mile ted from that source nloifc this
)e.ir to more than SSI.OOU.OOO, Tho
working balance In tlio trcasiuy of
flics has crept up to more than 32.
000,000. Tlie balatKo In tho gen
eial fund Is also a shado better. It
stands at $90,081,01(1. ,
Issues of national bank botes as
reported through tho currency hu
re.111 appear qttllo steady with a ten
deney to advance. The banks In
rt eased their imucs about $.1,000, (MID
during the month and theio was at
the elciM of huHlne rJK'slerdav
$72",7!r.,fl0fi of "urh rtn'cy nut
standing. It Is nn lucrns(or iibnut
$1S, 000, OOli oier 11 )car ago.
Chairs Now at the.
UNION BARBER SHOP
NEW BARBER A competent man
las just arrived from the Casrt.
M. VIERRA Proprietor'
The Straight Ticket
Lot in Beautiful
Close to Nature and be
Kaimuki Land Co.;
jflr-zzzrrr ( i i . . . it x y r.-rv4?."i w c v
Xm HfB fluWrWjmilniifo AAKIRS &?
0 V ' a"maar
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 King St.
Our methods in
the vcrj- latest.
They are ex
enjoy the dis
being worn by
the best dress
ers the country
ment unites the
best fabric and
the world's best :
Regal Shoo Store,
AtiiR and Uctlicl Streets
Our Five-Dollar Specials
Represent the Best Styles,
Turbans and Street Hats
Arrived ex Hilonian
YOUNG HOTEL LAUNDRY!
We call special attention to LAIES' SILK Q0WNS3
the Dry Cicnnittp; Department are ofS
-r . As.