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EVENING ntH-LETIN, HONOLULU, T 11., mi DAY, OCT
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(:;;:!'last four days j
J Sachs' Dry
W Fort and Bcretan.'a Streets
'i jMll tl ," .
The splendid valuei offered at-this sale arc so attrac-
f s lit
tire to trie" careful bu;er that many of oar customers have
THE'IOW PRICES OF THIS SALE WILL CONTINUE
TO INCLUDE MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, and cover NAIN
SPOK, LAWN, LONO-CLOTH and INDIA LINON that are
used iri every home fo.- Dtcsscs, Underwear and Fine Lin.
REMEMBER THAT THERE ARE BUT TOUR DAYS MORE
Grading, Road and Driveway
Filling, Tennis' Court Construction .
P. M. POND,
Constructing CofitractoV , Telephone 2890
STOP at the HOTEL MANX
IN SAN FRANCISCO
This magnificent hotel is situated on Powell street, in
r the heart of the city, immediately accessible to all the
shops, theaters, railroad ticket offices, etc,
EUROPEAN PLAN BeMroom, with detached bath,
$1.50 and upwards; with private bath, $2 and upwards;
, liarlor, 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.
Honolulu Representative: WILLIAM DOUTHITT;
,. ROOM 308,.McOANDLESS BUILDING
Pretty Boxes for
Your Xmas Gifts
TISSUE PAPER TO WRAP
THEM IN, AND STICKERS
TO FASTEN THE PACK
CHRISTMAS BELLS In
different s'ks, from....
,, 5o to 50c
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Younp Building
Office Supply Co.,
TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES, .
OLOBE-WERNICKE FILING CABI
NETS and BOOKCASES,
GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
831 FORT STREET
CHILDREN HAPPY AGAIN
Our ToV 'Department now open.
with ajresh Stock of, TOYS, GAMES
and a spienaia une 01 uuun.3.
.'" -,WAtL,MlCH0E3C0 LTD.
The Books Talked
Are on Sale at ..
A. B. ABLEIQH & CO., LTD. .
Everything in Books!
. , BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
L Alex. Young Building
Goods Sale t
Goods Co., i
Opposite Fire Station W
A- prcBorvnttvo for
shingles and rougli
l'urmnncnt In' color.
LEXERS & COOKE,
177 SO. KING STREET
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB
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
THE PIONEER PLUMBER
183 MERCHANT STREET
Puunui Gives G. 0. P. Speak-
ers Heartiest of
Over the spacious Rrounds of Dan
iel S, Palm at I'uimUl, and surrounded
by thogrrheu which wore placed
arcund the taro patches mid on the
green terlacci. Hopuhllcan candldaH
nnd vvorkent for illftciont ofllcoa held
a IjIk mooting Inst night under tho
maiKigcment of C. Achl.
There wore prcnciit In tho neighbor
bond ol 1100 people. The meeting vvim
orderly; but ocendonnlly there broke
forth siimlnusoK nnd cheers, as the
Rpcuk'rH mado good lilts wits the audi
Dan I'ahit, who Is n good Hcpuhll
can, opened his hmisa freely for tho
convcnlcnco of tho candidates nnd
othtrn, who preferred to nvnll them
selves of the opportunity. Mrs. Dlnlmw
and Mrs. Young, the two Hopuullcaii
camnnlgii soloists were among those
seated on tho Inn ill of the house.
Ilvfnic calling tho meeting to order.
Captain IIll Thornton, who presided,
Tho first speaker, ho called upon to
ad ill os thu audience nan Chan. Ar
nold, candidate for supervisor. Arnold
said that he was Ihoro to solicit for
their votes, ami promised, that In the
event of his election, ho will work for
tl0 gcneml good of nil. He nsked'thi'
voters to give blm n trial.
Alfred Ciistlo next moun'ed th
stand and addiessed tho nudlenro. Ills
speech was Interpreted Into Hawaiian
by Wllllo Crawford. Castle said thnt
unlike, tho Democrats, tho Republican
party does fulfill nil Its promises,
which It makes to the people. In or
der to be of a benefit to the working
men, nnd particularly to tho Hnwnll
mis. ho said that. If clectod. ho will
sec to It that tho appropriation of
S 100,000 bo obtained for tho construc
tion of good belt roads around this
As n resident of the fifth, ho urged
upon tho voters to give their imnnl
moiis support for l'rlnco Kiihlo, who
has done well In Congress.
William K. Slmtrsnn, tho "snllor
candidate," as chairman Thornton In
troduced him to tho audience, told the
voters, that he had been "swimming"
the eight seas of Hawaii nel from Hn
wnll to Kauai.
Kdwnrd Ocnnct, one of the men who
hns qlllt the Democrntlc secret socie
ties advised his fellow poolas to vole
tho straight Republican ticket from
top to the bottom. Ho minted nut to
tho audience that (he Republican par
ty Is the only parly that cin provldo
the noolns with work along tho water
front, that Uoss McCuudless nnd tho
rest of tho Democrats Tire simply inak-
lug "hot nlr" pioinlses, with a view
of getting tho aid of the Hawallnns,
He further declared to the audience
thnt the high wnge promises that the
Democrats were making to tho voters
wcro dlity political halts. He advised
them to quit tho Democratic party
After thanking tho voters for tho
applause they extended to him niicu
Low pointed out to them that ho was
not "hooknno" (proud) at all, ns tho
Democrats would like to have tho
In order to substantiate this state
ment, ho etnted that ho had taken tho
Hawaiian cowbojs to Choyenno to
compete with the professional cow
boys there, thnt the Hawnilans won
the praise of tho spectntors there was
duo to tho "love" thnt ho has for his
own people, tho Hawaiian peoplo. Ho
emphasized the fact thnt should ho ho
elected to tho Hoard of Supervisors,
ho would perform tho duties of his of
fice fearlessly and Justly.
M C Annum, who is seeking a sup
crvUorlal honor, promised to treat ov
erjbody alike, If elected to tho omen.
"Kquallty is my motto," ho shouted
"I am going to look nfter the interests
of the rich and poor alike"
Cecil Drown, senatorial candidate
spoke In Hawaiian fluently. Ho said
he Is ready to do his best for the Hu-
wallans generally. He pointed out to
tho nudlcnco the necessity of return
ing l'rlnco Kuhlo to Congress, ns a
Delegate from Hawaii. He remarked
thnt t wns due to tho Influence nnd
popularity of tho 1'ilnco that ho was
nblo to get 115,000,000 foi this Tcrrl
That further Importation of lininl
grants Into this Torrltory wns ncces
sary wns tho subject matter that tho
speaker dwelt upon nulto oxtcimlvoly,
Ho told the nudlcnco that McCamlless
wns like a plovor, who came to get
fat In Hawaii, nnd wns about to take
his depnrturo to an unknown destina
tion, , C. Dwight, candidate for super
visor, wondered why It Is that the
government quarry nt Alcwn wns not
being used, ns wns the ense former
ly Ho assured tho voters that If ho
Is cloctcd, ho will try" hard to get
employment for tho Hawallnns.
Ilov. S, U Dosha, tho "silver tnngucd
orator of Hllo" was tho noxt speaker.
The speaker touched upon tho quali
fications of oveiy Republican candl
dato and asked tho voters to cast
Ihelr ballots on tho Sib of Novtmbor,
for thoiu nil.
e e k I y II u 1 1 e 1 1 n $1 per year,
DOES YOUR DAUGHTER NEED
Tliis Tonitf Treatment Solves One
of the Most Puzzling Problems
for Parents of Girls in
Their 'Teens. x
" A growing girl who is eunflnel within
doors too nun li of thu time, who over
work", ovun-ttidles or Is depre-eil by
worry or care, nerds the tonic tieiitmenl
if she would avoid injury to lier health
which will mnr tier whole life.
In addition ton pro-r tonlc'the patient
should Inno nourirhing anil rnclly illgct
ed food, pure, air ami rimrhlne, re?t and
sleep. Parents ttho-Hi daughters grow de
bilitated ns they inter their 'teens tdiould
not watch them lade ami droop but
should ensure their healthful wninunhood
by the treatment wliitli is endorsed in
tho follow lux statement from .Ml" Trailer
It. Itotbe, ol No RL'il I;. Kvniis avenue,
l'ueblo, (iolo. JII-s ItoeheKivs:
"1 sullenM irom wonkm-sn tor nearly
year when I wa.s (haniring from girl
liiKid to womanhood I Ihyuu-.' i(I1 rim
down in health nnd ha I but very little
blood. I did not have any strength nnd
could hardly drag around. There seem
ed to lw no Ufa in me. Kvrry month 1
passed through lutcuu snirenni,', I had
dirty and voinllliu sriells nnd coiiHtnut
lieadaehes. I wns obliged to gio up In;
work for a tluiv.
"I took ineilicino from n diKtir but
without relief. Through a friend's wit ire
I gave Dr. WlllinuiV Pink I'dls n trial
slid u completely cured. I am well
now and have bud no return of my
trouble. My mother has since ucd the
pills a n tonic sud thinks us highly ol
them as I do."
Dr. Williams' Pink 1111a nru guaran
teed to be safe, and Imrmlem to tho most
delicate constitution They contain no
morphine, opiate, nan otic, or mi) thing
U cause n drug habit, Oning to their
blood-building pros-rty they arc Invalu
able in thu treatment o( hiicIi disea-s-H &
iinirmia, greensickness, rlieumntl-m, and
the after-eirw t of fevers.
A liw odition olourlxKiklct, "Diis-nses
of tho Illoml," giving more, Information
alnmt the tnatment will Isi ts-nt deo on
request to ant one intciwtcil.
Dr. WilliHin' Pink Pills uro sold by all
druggists, or will hu rent, ntpnld, on
receipt ofprliv. 00 i-t-nM js-r Nix; six
tioxes for H'.W), by tho Dr. Williams
Mediciuo Oompauy, Bchenctuuly, N. Y.
Police Court Is Presided Over
By New .Second Mag
istrate. This morning ut tho I'ollco Court
Judge Weaver took his Bent on the
bench for tho tlrst time. Tho Judge
handed his commission to l'.ll Craw
ford, clerk of the court, and It wns
rend to tho law) ers In attendance
Judge Weaver thon remarked tluvt ho
was only acting ns second Judge of
the court, nnd thnt Judgo I.vmer
would probably koou be on the bench
The tlrst matter brought to tho new
Judge's attention wns n complaint
sworn to by I.lconso Inspector Fen
nel! ; Judge Weaver signed It nnd then
the usual court matters came up for
There wcro twelve cases on the cnl
endar but qulto n number of them
wero sent over till futuro dates. C
llutzke, who was found guilty of as
saulting his wlfo, was ordered to pay
u lino of ?--" und costs. In view of
the fact that he Is n hnrd working
mnn, the prosecution did not press for
ii Jail sentence.
Several unimportant assault enses
then occupied the attention of tho
Judge till Dr Kmerson brought up
nu Insane woman for commitment to
tho asylum. Tho woman has been net
Ing qunerly for mnny months now, und
ns she will bo bettor off-nt tho asy
lum, sho wns sent thoro by Judge
HAWAIIAN IS KILLED
DOWN AT PUUL0A
Big Beam Swinging on Der
rick Strikes Man on 'Head.
Deputy Sheriff John Kernundez, of
Hwn, telephoned In u report of the
death of a Hawaiian who was killed
nt Wntertown yesterday by being, hit
by a largo beam, which was being'
swung Into position on u derrick. The
unfortunate mun, whose numo is said
to be Knkuiiu, was badly smashed
about tho head, und ho died shortly
after tho nccldent occuried.
Tho deputy shoilfT will hold nn In
quest Into tint cause of tho death,
sometime, today, und then u written
report of the matter will bo sent to
Shorlff Jarrett. From all accounta the
nccldent wns caused by tho careless
ness of tho deceased mnn, and nn
blame Is attached to nnyono else,
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hat just arrived from the Cccjt.
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