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EVENING ntll.I.KTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WBDNTSDAY, OCT. 2fi. 1!)10
"SHIRLEY PRESIDENT" SUSPENDERS
arc the only s'l penile rs made with the sliding cord in the back,
which instani.y re .ponds U cvtfry
movement ot . . 1) -y ,1 r ! tvi ",!1
s'.runt on the thu.uV'i and trouscr
buttoni. Thu njkcj " Shirley Pres
ident." Suspenders note .y the most
comfortable, but the mo.-.t durable.
Ask your dealer for the "Shirley
President " Suspender the genuine
has"Shitley Presidenf'on the buckle.
The C. A. Ednafton Manulacturinu Co
SHIRLEY, MASS., U. S. A.
(d Every pair Jj
I guaranteed j
4f Avoid l
f Interior N
W Imitation W
is imperative. The store is full of goods nnd we just have
to make room for Fall and Holiday Goods. To do so we "slash"
all standard prices in n manner that must seem startling to our
"Slash" Prices in effect tcday nnd until after October 31.
There is no line so ftandtrd in our stock that it has not been
marked with the "slash" sale price.
There ere SHOES, MEN'S HATS and LADIES' TRIMMED
HATS. DRESS GOODS and SHIRT-WAISTS here in abundance,
at prices tlint are MONEY-SAVERS for you. The bargains are
too numerous, and the profits too small to nay for big advertise
ments, but our windows and counters tell the story, See them.
WAH YING CHONG CO.,
KING STREEr. EWA FISHMARKET
Call and see our beau iful lines of LACE SHIRT
WAISTS Plain And Fancy. Wc have a large nsw awoit
ment just in, nnd are selling nt attractive prices.
gHOrEL STREET, NEAR FORT
Grand Sale of
Men's Straw & Felt Hats
BEGINNING OCTOBER 27. TO NOVEMBER 2
NUUANU STREET . . TELEPHONE 2129
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sowall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Franoisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(QRINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuman Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaehen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
Uncnthusiastic Crowds at Ka-
kaakb and River
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PLAY NIGHTLY TO
Down nt Ktil.miko InBt evening tlio.
IWltiiiuit"! lii tttn nld liroru niif lit tlfni I
but of tiiu tiuoe or four luiniiiciii Aycr's Sarsaparilla Is a tonic
ticrsuim present nt Atkinson failure,
to listen to tlio bIuiuii mire do tiltic
of Democrncy, n Bteat part w.ia o-i
men niul .children, tuino even Imues
It might 1)0 termed n vauilevll:o
performance, for Trent smiled be-J
ulKiily on nil present, nnd prnct lr.il-,
ly nil those wltliln rnrryliiR dUtnnco
of Ills vulco were women, brnyed like
n Jni'knsH to Illustrate one point, nnd
the braying made n atroiif; lilt with
lila nndlen e, which Bet up t tonr,'
ii ml the children rolled over mid
!ocr on the Krnuml In their mirth.
I After the dearon had llnlshed tell-(
lug his hearers what line fellows the.
' Democrats were, Klnkahl took the
stand nnd furnished further enter-
' tnliiment by dancing p.nt of n hula,
, much to the nmusemcut of the peo-l
plo gathered In the glare of tho
It was not nn'cnthuslasllc meeting
by any means. There was a fairly
pond sized crowd present, but only
.once or twice ilutlng tlio evening
were cries of npprohntlon heard, and
when there was nny applause for n
point made. It was wqnfc and Ilhen
hiirgh or t-6ine other Rood Democrat
l wns generally found to ho lending
, the hnnd-clapplng.
I V. V. Thnyer Informed his hear
j ers that there wns n big Democratic
wna sweeping over the I'nlted
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suites, cuing me cuso or -Mnu e, Vq uarc.rncej yng It would bo
which had gone Demo-ratic ror ino ,nr(, tJ l)0nl n V()rto ucn1 namei,
and alterative, free from alcohol.
What is a "tonic"? A medicine
that Imparts strength or tone; a
medicine that builds up, gives
vigor and power. What is an
"alterative" ? A medicine that
alters or changes unhealthy ac
tion to healthy action. Ayer's
Sarsaparilla docs all this with
out stimulation. Ask your doc
tor if a family medicine, like
Aycr's Sarsaparilla, is not vastly
better without alcohol than
P......O-!- ' p . ,r. r ".. U.S. A,
Deputy Jailor Swears to Iden
tity of Well Known
Christopher Jr. Tonight, Fol
lowed Tomorrow By
This Is tho last night of "Chrlsto
I hor Jr." Tho Howard company con-
, limits to play to riowitcit houies nnd
I tho succor, of tho engagement cannot
J be doubted now. Tonight will bo tho
last oppoitunl.y to sco this splendid
nggicg.itlon of pluirs In whnt is le
Balded ns ono of tho best comedies
lu their lepertolre. I
Tomorrow night Ocfirgo 11. Howard
nnd company will presuit ono of the
funniest farces over written hi
"Charley's Aunt" nnd It will liohl the
boards tor the balance of thu week
Including Saturday matinee. In tho
role of Lord llnhbcrley ns Donna I.u
cln, thp lndy from Ilrnrll, where tho
nuts comes from. Mr. Howard Is giv
en n chance In this character to bring
out that dry crisp witticism for which
ho Is nolcil, nnd for Mr. Howard p r
ronally, ho Is tho hailplest when hu
Is essaying It js ho simply rovels In
the run with the result that the nudl
ence Is In n constnnt roar. It has
often boon dli-ciissed nmong members
of tho company ns to which piny
would nHord Mr. Howard tho grent-st
opportunl'y were ho to star In one
hill and tour tlio road, nnd tho unani
mous opinion Is that "Charley's Aunt"
would bo the best selection. While
none of the New Orpheiim patrons
linvo seen Mr. Hownrd In this role ho
hns only to live up to tho reputation
already gained to give nssuranco Hint
he will "ninke good.''
Tho rush for reservations for Char
ley's Aunt began this morning In
earnest and tho demand wns henvy,
for the entlio season, This piny
kceins to hao caught' on with tho
THE GRABOWSKY TRUCK
1. lVa. 2 AND 3 TONS 35 AND 45 HORSEPOWER
A Ui:.IOVAlll.K I'OWKIl 1'I.ANT: Hardened Steel HUSHINGS In
every working part; KMKltdHSCV COXDKNSIXll CIIAMIIKU; 1'OSI
TIVK Mi:CIIXICAI, Oiling Sjtteni.
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO., Agents W. M. MINION, Mgr.
Phone 2160 . .875 South Street, Near King
i i l'earcU uefor' Jti'lK8 Thayer at tho that the afternoon performance will.
1 1 i l,oHt0 couit. Itlvcra was chnrged draw ns large n crowd ns any of tlio
c, with stealing $1 from another l'orto threo nights which means standing.
lasi evening a nR)lt Boittcuro. nti nccoitut or bcliiK llowdnl company lwlll, juit ' fn Nat
et of Hnwnl- a ngt offe1(1(.ri whrII tho IorU) Ooodwln's nnd aihn ()ol)lrkh' greit-
neon linil to ,Ucnn ol Mlnnlvllle, told tho 'flt success "The1 Knsterner;'. to e
,'lng for scv .,.,, ,.pi,iff nf lllvera's followed tho latter end of tho w-ek
something of Itlvcra'
(list time In thlity years, and told Jmln mvcnl wm t,a nlornng np- matinee goers nnd the Indications nre
litem ji wu& up iu iiiu tt'nimiiiiD u.
Hawaii not to be behind their
ers on the mainland, but to
um uiu miuut.uK.rn ..... .... " mean. He pleaded guilty to to room.
strnlght Democratic ticket. I charge, nnd had almost esenned -with Kor the allrnctlon next week tho,
Aiuiur was iiiruiKiiuu last l-vuimuh
nt Knkaal.o by a quaitet
Ian 'wotnenvand tlio dca
sia.m smiling i.u ,,.... K...r rc prn8PCllt(m
trim lllimii'n uikvi iiu itit hid omti fprofd
-In fact, the smile that won't come TW; rp ttt th,- I10co court
ofT wreathed Ills face from the time mvcM n))S0 llto)y llenlP(, thal ,10 ,,
he went upon the stand until ho cyor beon , Ja befor0i nn( (cc'ar.
Iiliido his bow nnd said godnlght to (, iat ,l(j wag 1()t tho naM wllofl0
his hearers. , I record of convictions nnd sentence
Tient emphnslied the fact thnt nllin(l bpcn rpa(, (mt
the good people, thnt Is till Hnwal-, The ,,llotoBraili8 pt Itlvern were
lain, hnd learned that Hepuhllcans qlllc guffl.,ct , t,mvlnre nnbody
nover kept their promises, but "!' tlat )ie WI1H ti,0 same Individual, who
the Pemocrats never made promises. ,m ,)C01 ellIlv,.tP(1 )lnt( ,i0Zl,
"We nave nn paper, saiu ireiu. times on serious charges, but to make f Continued from Pace 1.)
"Dill yim (ion l wniu 10 imiicu u..v .. ,,1,,1...,, rprtnliitv nf tho matter.' 1i.ir 1....1 I,'-.... ,.rl.lnni nf nun ,.f
the papers say of us. They say we I)pHlty jnlPr lr.n of 0allll ,.), thM( H()clt,,pfl, .. Wll8 ,10 loader of
Democrats nie nil iinu. uui 11 is m wn8 i, t() tll0 wt,1Psi, B,n,i, n Bp,.,.ct soelety ,, t0 ,, K,ort time
, Itepubllcans who nre liail. They nro ..T,lat man )aB ))pell ,n jn, Sev-;K," B,ild Slupplebeen, "The mem-
thtowlng mud nt us. What would Pra times, and I know him welt. He htrs weio led on by tho promises held
ou think of 11 man who reached jns fPrvr., (me limicr various nnmes out by Democrats nf higher wages.
down In a tarn patch and got some im (pl(, )g 0 m,tnke," said llurke They told us If wo would help them In
j mud to tluow In your fire?" (This m (ath jorganlrlng theso societies wo would
, caused laughter among tho chll- The prlhoner wns thoreupnn nsked get two, three mid four dollars n day
jdren.) Mr hn had nnythlng to toiy In 1espons.11 "Hut wo were llko tho blind man
I After urging his hearers to vote , n,, instantly a long strliu; nnd the deaf man who were going
the straight ticket. Trent retired In ()f p()rto men,, language wns spout- loug it ro.ul. Tho blind man couldn't
favor of K K. Hnttiburn. who madepi, , ,l1(, , nterrotcr hulled It seo nnd the deaf man couldn't hear,
his llrst speech of tho campaign slnre , (lnwn t a fpw wor(igi .'Ho say-i nnd they would either hne beon rim
.booming n candidate In place
with "Thq Private Secretary."
01 . that you are it liar, llurke," nnd.th.it
was all there was to It
Illll Jarretl, Charlie Itoso amloin-( Judge Thnyer .thereupon sentenced
ers spoke, among them Fred Turrlll. ule liin tofsl mr)ntha' lall. Hlver.i
who fald ho had 130 pouiiiU to put Bt:nPli f0t of talk nnd could only
Inlo tho light. I be silenced with lUfllculty. The
Another meeting wns held at lllver orto K(cnn Is ndnngeious-looklng
nnd Vl"'vnrl stre'ets Irtst evening, nt ,.,,, nn,i thorc Is no telling whnt ho
which nnother crowd of spellbinders mK),t; do If he go half nfhaicc nt n
was present, Mayor Fern making nn wrderr ' ' 1 )- .
address which lasted nearly nn liourj
j nnd during which he mado excuses
' for what ho had not done, and urged
. to be returned with a board ot Dem
locratlc BitpeivlsorB, so that he could
ar ompllsh bomethlng.
I There were considerably less thnnj
n hundied pcrtons piesent at tho
meeting, nnd thu speech of the even-
1 lug wns made by John Anderson,
I candidate for city nnd county audi
tor, who addressed his hearers In
English, Hawaiian, Portuguese unit
Chlnet.e, urgliiRl them to vote rn
Jnlin Anderson first, Inst nnd nil tho
time, and for nil tho other Democrats
011 tho ticket.
Anderson said that If he had been
auditor, Henry Clnrk would no: now
over by vehicles or stumbled Into tho
"Tho Democrats mnko any kind of
promises that will eaten oles. They
made us thoso promises. Link Mc
Cnndless said If we'd vote for him our
wages would go up.
"Hut Link McCnndlesH Is paying
.Tnpancso ten dollars n month nn his
own work. Does that look ns If ho
wants high wuges. Ho Is paying his
munnger on his plantation twenty
two dnllnrs a mouth. Is that his high
"Don't be fooled any more by such
deception. Tho only thing for us to
do now Is to unit these Democrats be
fuio It Is too Into nnd vote tho straight
"I'm not a Democrat any more. I
was fooled Into being one, but I
found out my mistake In time, mid
now I'm for the Republicans because
they mean whnt they say."
Tho meeting was held on tho Wul-
for klki side of Oahu prison nnd was
I largely attended. Most of tho Itepiib-
'Continued from Pace 1)
hns tho rciiulslto iuallll atlona
I lila nlripn "
Who,. nRlied If be did not think ll candidate wot o-present,
that l.ynier was too young to ho on ' rlef speeches were mnde. -Cecil
the bench, being under twenty-elght ,lrow" delivered n Bhort but clear-cut
Chief Justice re- """ " ""k oi""", ." "
'(.(, took up tho (uestloii of delegntoshlp,
,. .,.... 1.1.1 n n nVi..ma ,tf .,...-
I liu uwuiiiiiK "" "" ..h "- 0iUB U( g0i tho
lietlicmeui. 1 lie un-ininis in i"t- iu. ..,,., .,. i.nn,iun nf l.U n.vn
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Ilco station, hud not licen auuiteu mr nnj'jtir being In tho harness It ""'" ii n w ""'Her to senu imi-
!tn months, he s.ld, nnd If they hnd m,i',not BPem 0I1tB p.oper for hl.u h' "! t'ongress than McCandless, be-
. been checceil up each month, ns pro- . 1 ,, 'th t )ie lc)eveil ,.0,1I1K rnuso the lluwiillnn has tho Interests
vldel bv law. In'" the nudlloi;, It ."hns.'.... .1.,.. i, ,im- ' ' . Vf tliq entlro territory ut lieait and
would hnve lemoved
Clark being arrested.
jF-nanW ditv. n. j..'Oc. l.t.-t-Tim
stockholders of tho American Hhtt-
' building company, nt their annual
' meeting here today ro elected tho old
1 board of dliectors and tho directors re
elected James C. Wallace, picsldent,
, and other olllceis or the company. Thu
report of President Wnllaco for the
I year ended Juno 30, 1010, showed
(gloss enriilngij for tho year of $1,080,-
r,r,4. Tho neat earnings woiu JS31.322
There was n suiilus or (17,903,974.
Total nsBo's Juno 30 weie 121,929.015.
I The company built nn compleled 23'
.'..111 ....... r.... ... ......... . 1.
Thlsbpllof is evidenced bv thoap.l"" ",,",'"' ' ""'"" ,'" "m,,1'
pol..ffen?t Just mnde. whe,r man "" UCandless Is selllsh and
coiuldcrnbly under-, thirty yeurs ot , I'reJm"""- (
age steWp to tho!Vo:Ue couil'bencl, j BAN FnA S6lgdo; 13.,.lltlll)g '
" Tho no magistrate Is a graduate P"' oar ,h pecked 11.1
.'....... v.;,.r.. i.. . .f, i, li stfnmer Daniara tolay and, ho-
;;; r, nncmrai. !"' n; otM!lz
In tho class of 190i.
At the time of his
I.iiK ...l ...' ...it. in .'I nu.u. Y., IIP
undertaken. It Is thought by tho cu
i mo 11... ... ... h.... .......... KUlKern ,( ,ho BirullliCd ship will
Dean .Ames o Harvard law sc.o.l V examli.atl
wrote to lloriiblower Miller & Iot- ()f (B )()w fchoww
ter of Now York City, recommend
lug I.ymer to them In u protesilonnl
Mr. I.ymor wns ndtnlttnj to tho
vepsels nnd has now under contract "" '" 0U, ,Marrl!1,3,10 . fj
may ho pnsslblo to save nhoiil I.Oftn
tons of the ciigo of barley, which will
mean 11 t.nvlng of approximately $8i,
000 to the owners. I
For Rent" cards on tale at
th Bulletin olflcf.
year, nt tho tlmo hfs niillntlon wi
Hied being 20 yenis old. He was n
member of tho Colorado bar at tho
time he mndo his application here.
After 11 gill discovers that she, has
bleu left at thu post ill tlio matilmon
lal rare she proceeds to boom her Intellectuality.
Whitney & Marsh
New Bathing Suits,
Caps aiid Shoes
Wo are now showing a most exclu
sive seleotion of
Our Own Importation
Hand-Embroidered, from Paris, and
also our celebrated "Home-Made"
brand in popular prices. We ai'o
showing some of these in our
Goods Being Sacrificed
4 We are Closing Out Our
Dry Goods, Notions,
The space they occupy has been
leased 'to other parties
L. B. KERR & CO.,
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