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EVENINO IIUU.ETIN. HONOLULU. T II , TIIEflllAY. NOV I, 1PI0
Will You HaVe
OWING to the fact that we
placed our orders for goods
which anivedon the A.-H. S. S.
"MEXICAN," before we Mew'
we would give up a part of our
building, this UP-TO-DATE
MERCHANDISE, as quoted be
low, must also go at the ridicu
lously low prices attached:
Here arc a few o the items:
LADIES' LINEN FINISH, ONE-PIECE DRESS,
and button trimmings in all' colors, including
white, regular price $6.50, reduced to $2.50.
LADIES' FANCY SINGHAM DRESSES, lace and
embroidery trimmings, with deep flounce and large
pearl buttons, all colors, formerly S5.50, reduced
to $2.50 each.
LADIES' PONGEE ONE-PIECE EVENING DRESS
soutash trimmed and lucked waist with lace yoke
and collar, all colors, formerly $6.00, now $2.25
LADIES' LAWN DRESSES, trimmed in Persian
effect, large Pearl Ini'tons and embroidery, for
merly $5.50, reduced to $1.75 a dress.
LADIES' FANCY GINGHAM DRESSES with
Pique Trimmings and silk tic, all colors, formerly
$5.00, now $1.75 dress.
CHILDREN'S FANCY LAWN DRESSES with
lace and embroidery trimmings, formerly $2.50,
reduced to $1.00.
Large assortment of CHILDREN'S FANCY
DRESSES, all colors, formerly $1.00 to $2.00 each
One Lot of PONGEE and LINEN LONG .COATS,
latest styles, formerly $6.00 each, now $2.50
One Lot of LADIES' LONG COATS, assorted
culs and styles, formerly $5.00 each, now ,$j;75
ALL GOODS .WILL BE SOLD FOR CAsfTONLY.
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L B. KERR & CO..
Spellbinders Talk and Boss
' McCandlcss Attacks
i Kuhio's Record.
, The only speeches of liiiiiirtnncu
luaiiu last night at ttio 'bcniocmtlc
nuolliiKS nt Nun mil and Knlllil was
those of J.I uk .McCandlcss Hi unci) nf
the Democratic meetings, In both of
which ho illrcclcil his ultuckB nt Kn
hlo for not pajlng IiIh taxes tun! told
what a gojd fellow ho hlnuclf was.
At Kullht (liu nieotliiK a soino
what larger Hum at Jack Lane, lit tlio
latter placo thcio being about 10U pre
idnt less tliun half ot whom wcro
iColuncI Wultcrs In an Impassioned
speech toll) of the wrongs of tho poor'
h ul how tlic Democrats would right
I i cm, nml then took u fling at tlio
I ii Hot In which he said had made
t h slalenicnt that, the Ilepulillcnn
I irt) must win 1.) faff means or foul
urns He inailo it Strang piny on thu
largo sa).ules paid officials, specially
mentioning n cxtru ilojihty In the of
llco of, tho attorney gcnl'ral, who, lie
fall), wan not provided for by tho
lcg(sla,tiiro, nml for whom thcto w.ih
hi wojiv. I no iiiisincis or ino oiucc
alllllg to keep two tneu busy.
II. II. Ticlit In a short speech rolt
raluil his fuvorlto story of how the
tcptihllcaiis were In the h.ililt of
t heating tho Inhorers of the city by
taking out moro than the two and ouo
"half per cent of their wages before
lie catno to bo treasurer,
'Crowd Drift Away.
Turrlll brought his 130 fighting
JOY AND PRIDE IN
Butch Secures Sterling Bicycle
and His Followers
BULLETIN PHIZE WINNERS.
John Carvalho A Sidling- bicycle.
John Hooraana A suit oi clothes.
Ed Pocpoc A fiotbill.
Jus. Hawaii A set of boxing gloves.
Olivcro A pair cf shoes.
TOTAL SALES OF WINNERS. ' w "n. djn,jr,i ""j!!' "1n. "I "w
v.t..u u.. Women a Rtgali, end the perfect tt and com.
JOC uarvaino "iio loit olllrgtlovar.
John Hnomann . 10.D81 Itr-tltti. Mill un.
Ed. Pocpoc . 2,059 mtrfiuly .ppt.l
James Hawaii 801
For Particular Women
Joj ami in tile -with tho reason
tlicicof :i Due Sterling blcjclo won
by, Dutch, the diminutive Hullo
1 1 n ncusho) tiro felt b) every one
of his lojal ndhoioiils In tho news-
liii) ranks, who nuiilo posslhlo
Dutch's victory In tho II u I I o 1 1 n
newsboy control that doted jistcr
ilay evening That tho closing ilajs
anil hours of tho contest, from Sat
iinlj to Monday, mailo It look us
though Hutch's defeat was certain,
makes tho Joy of victory and pride
of pusscstdou the greater for his
.vouthfiil friends No ilouht tlio dime
reeling will be rclt li some of tho
grownups who gave him their pat-,
roungc during tho contest. I
In tho camp of John llo'omana, tho
winner of tho n-eonil prlic n tult
of c'uthes much tho tamo feeling
predominates, although it Is tern
to the moil perticu
Ur women. Com
lo in lor coned
o r i
oo. m Azff
Whitney & Marsh
Opening of the Holiday
pounds to tho foro. Young (lay who ,)Clcd by the knowledge that tho big
deserted tho Itepiibllcan rlmks for thu KCI. przo nvnl lo ,, rval, but tho
, Democrat pokc, I'nchcco, Hill .lairell.i ,,, ro ,ar , ,, ,, d
Clinillo Ito.o mill lesser lights nd-i,,,, ,, n,,,,,,,,,,',, frlomU nro
.recoil the crowd, which steadily c0tcnt tluil, , ,,uUll ti.mj ,,0.
diminished In Hllinlii r frntn nlnn. .. . . .. . . ,
i , , : .; : ., , .., longs mo ninior oi ursc prize. '
?ocloekoi.r,l. itilin thotln.cl.lnk u Ml4C( R,lh tll0 wnl
, ook the MHinl nt ton hero w.-ro 1cm" m( KOeg , lhrr eadcr-
inn it in un iii a ii j tinuu uvoviti tin . ., , . .
r . . tl L,l lnm.,.n nnU llm ttrltn 111 ll tin
ior wnr.i w un I in tnccllnir ntmnnil' r" ,uui,"v ,n " ',i" "
Regal Shoe Store.
KINO AND BETHEL
land W. W. Tha)er made tho oik.ui1us cpiirl,tcntl worked for from tho h LniRUSia
'ipeccli lining tho football. AthlMleallyi ' mUl
I Throughout tho evening cn'hnslasm1 IHntil. and n'i the kind of'n boy. H
wnB at n low chb nt Jack lame, nnd "l:". "i" notblng that docs not
'men 'when I.lnk tiH.k" the stand, as l"fl'."' ' CI,J" "lcllt J,1" ol,lor
. i' . .,-- . ...- I.ttnlril unlill Im ilnjilrnd the fmit-i lloi.nl. II.
1110 H.IVIOC "l II1U CIII1IIHHI JieopiD, II1U HC ifA ' t rtT Olt I '-,'.
ibiprs pilled for by tho chnlrinan f.l"" P"'ru tll', "i",a "f Um "ther lions Mc
tho ipeellng came from but hnlf a '") i!'!,,u rcnlcf"jpflzcs. Thanks. w,,rdnis
On TUESDAY NEXT, Noverriber 1st,
and following days we will place .on dis
play a rich assortment of
consisting of '
EVENING GOWNS SCARVES
SILKS NECKWEAR '
Hoss McCandlcss' platform and hack
uiirdtiiMH iiinl Hh tliifi.iliitilnir of Iho
..hi. .ii. ... -. m.,.. .. . . - -
.1 il.-...- i .H-.i ..... i..r...' tl Intr ffrntll dim C.lf. to tlllOtllCr 10 1 liri l4.il i lmvt llilinvla
tho third ono had been given tb tho 1VKel fi"wurd,to by Hljt 1 1 o 1 1 n 'ihls was tho kejuoto ot tho en-
cckiI evening air. ncvslio s with an antimii-iuon oi thutdmdlc niecilng of llcpubllcaiis
Thq lloss Hturted In with a long njcasuro for that daj that Vecms Im- held .,8t night lit tho Moana Hotel,
iBpecch In Hawaiian, coming to the.P'sslblo to one who ciocsuitu Know ninl tthkli was addrcbsed by u num-
mcqtlng nt Jock I.uno after speaking " Jlicm well. lt was in tiiougnx or mis ucr f tho candldales on the Ho
at Knlllil as did many of tho other, ilay fnr In udvnnco when tno con- r pujiduin tlvkct. It was n btircessful
test first began that I'oepoo iookcu nutting In every wu unci biniight
forward to and anticipated tho pleqs- ollt t10 obsentlal falseness of the po-
lire ho and his fellow workcrsicoum ttm that has been assumed by Mc
these goods are all our own direct impor
tation and well worthy of your inspection.
speakers who addressed tho few vot
For Iplf an hour beforo his speech.
McCandlcss was doing tho glut! hand.htivo on this their annual 'outing, Candidas and his fol owcrn,,the udop
act clrcula'lng among tho nsseni-l day. And for third position . and .tlon'of whoae principles would Jcop
hlago. Ho was not seen to kiss any. third position nlono did ho work, I urillzo tho batkbone of'thc (Oil'ntri's
l.al.l.. 1..., 1. ,n..1. ... I..ln ....I.. ... .....I I.I.. ...I..!. m. .. a .nnll.iul .. .. .1 fill' . . . .
. UillilUI) UUI IUI iuuiv ,iuiili;illill puma l i illiu 1MB Winn nm luiiuvu, tii.il I prosperll) 1110 Sllg.ir inilUSlJ,
talk to nil tho women with children j Thanksgiving Ray ho will bo repaid Tho obligation that tho people of
im arms wiui nis uciicvoiciii iook nii'i, tor ins enoris oi six wccks. ue-aus jinwull ono to Kuhlo us, their Delo-
giito to Congress was outlined by Ste
phen Desha, who pointed to thu
Washington rccoid of tho I'rlncn as
he will bo the owner of a dandy
James Hawaii gets tho set of box
Ing gloves, and his prlzo will afford sulllclcnt proof that ho hud dono his
a means for settlement of disputes, work faithfully and woll and had nc
that sometimes arise In newsboy cordlnglj earned tho united 'support
rnntu An possessor of theso tools ' f thn nennln nt llnuiill.
;tho statement that tlio only thing that fj,Ilown to t)l0 followers of tho "man- Uexhn de:lar6d"that'-'tho'irosu,ts
.Mim save ino cmuiir irom govcrn-ly !rt.. Hawaii w noi,j i e-obtained In liny lino ofwprk Wcro
of distinction among his friends. I tho best evidenco to judgo 'tho ahll-
Olivcro, Bometlmcs dubbed Ho'iy of tho worker, "and up'on this
bpcra, of a practical mind In s'plto titisls Desha declared that there was
of his feminine, nickname, secures onh ono thing- fqr tho pcoplo ot lla-
tho lfth nnd last prize n pair of wall to do,nnd that Is to'fcond Ku-
THE GRABOWSKY. TRUCK t
1, 1A, 2 AND 3 TONS 35 AND 4S HORSEPOWER
! A TtKMOVAHU2 IJOWKIt l'1ANTj llardoiied Stcol HUSIllNQS III
'evory working part; liMintGKNCY CONUUNSINO tlIlA,MUUIl; l'OSI
TIVU MUCIIANICALOIIIiir System. ' '
HONOLULU POWER WAtiON'CO., Accnts' " W. M; MINTON, MBr.
Phone 2160 875 South Street, Near King
Concluding his speech Ip Hawaiian
whlci was delivered mostly to the
part of tho audlcnco .composed of wo
men and children, tho Doss turned
In llin mnlii mirtlnn nf hlu llnnruru
nnd In, English tried to hammer homo
COME HERE FOR tOV
Shirts and Hats
M ,thMte.st StraWand Pedorks-irirsS
.PlainNnd-Tanoy Shirts Colored'? WWte1
From $1.25 up
JIOTEL STREET. NEAR FORT
Inent liv mnitntsKlon wnit thn Hemline
of u Democratic delegate to Washing
Some of Link's Statements.
"Uqyernor Krcnr said In Washing
ton that the Hawallans could not col.
J lect jhelr'own taxes anil If wo caniiot
cyllc'ct our own tuxes hero without
.stealing ihen a government by coin
illusion 'will surely bo saddled ujion
I "oil hnvo had n Republican Dclo
gatO( i WashliiKton slnco annexation
and. In' s'plto of that fact the word
Iconics out from WaBhlugtoii (n the
, dispatches today that Tresldcnt Taft
ils thinking of u commission govern
incut for Hawaii
'VVou, havo n Dolegato in Washing
ton, h Itepiibllcan, 'hut tho real repre
sentative thoro of Hawaii Is tho sec
retary to tho delegate who is paid by
tho sugar Interests. In addition Mr.
Mate!) Is kopt In Washington on bo
fftfil ot the sugar men nnd it Is thcho
tp, men ho represent Hawaii. No
one ropiescnts tho comnrtn pcoplo of
"Thoro la laboi enough In this coun
try ntii',,,'fhoifc Is tnoro labor than
,u5fR KiVVrik a"'1 n,cfl "IM loln turn
efl'nway hero In Honolulu even dai
llfujllipk ( wnyk for them Wo can-
inn ki iiiuiik wiuiiini immigraiion, nut
wo want tho kind that pajs Its own
oxpenses In coming licro and not tho
klnll ifift'JldiaAlH'td by ti, govern
Hpdikriife irhrthsr on ' linmlKnitlon
,lip.Hoss said (hat thero was J700.00U
ho eoniforvatlou fund bolng
Tho contest Just closed was start
ed In September and is tho second
hlo back to "Washington lirthclr rep.
rcscntatlvc for another tcrAf
Desha also'dcclarcilAhut ho. ngrced
Of a Gimplete Line of
Square Deal Hose
In Black, Tan, Grey and Navy
HAS JUST BEEN RECEIVED
Price . .., $1,50 and $2 Per Box of Six Pairs
YEE CHAN & CO.
BETHEL AND KING STREETS
ono held iimoiig the bojs during this with P. C. Jones' vlowspxprcsed jn
jcar. Tho pfU08 uro awarded lo tlio tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n,, that Id. II. tlrcni
t tothe con-
because of tho allcglimco with
CandlcFS and his platform.
limit nelllnfr the most uaiicra in U liml rorfnlteil tils rtcht
spoclllecl time. The prlrcs given 'as sldcratlon of I'rlgluMhluklng. voters
awards In this contest woro glvon to, because of tho allcglimco with Hi-
the Hlnucrs this afternoon.
:t n tt n :: n n rt tt n
choice of two men, whom would )oii
chooso Kuhlo or McCandlcss," ho
cried. "If ou think Kuhlo would
look after jour Interests better, than
I would, then choose him, but jf you
think I would do bettor then voto
for mo next Tuesday to represent ou
"They say that McCandlcss pteuls
landirr.nfljflne. tht, Bteals goes to Jail
ami oii don't seo mo In Jill tin ou?
"I don't like to deal In pcrsnualltlos
lint thrV fittifVi-Kldn In iikIiii' iieiMfinull.
ties nnd ii minister of tho gospel thlsl
.... ., 'L i .iui ...i.. ii.. '
James C. Qujnn pointed ty the Ite
piibllcan road-building record and
dwelt on tho illllicuUies of which tho
public had no realization, j Ho de
clared that half n million dollars
would be expended on road work
under a now- Kcpubllcun administra
tion. John l.nno declared that ho was
beforo the people us u c.indldato tpr
major on cloar-rut Ipmioh, nnd thiiW
ho was not "massaging hands" In
Inn effort to securo support, as; la
Ilia Demm'ratlo- opponent.
Norman Whtklns pointed , to ,tho
noon on tlifalwianuox dcllboratoly Jled!cfrcct lat wou,i su'ro to follow
about mo. minister from Hllo. You BBllUt ,)f tl0 oemocrats onitho
know whnt'tho Ulhlo uajs ubout those
who hour false, witness,
no saui iiiiu i pain my men iwoivq
sugar Judustry nnd tho piosporltj of
tho country. Ho del hired that their
platform was nothing lers than .nu
dollais month. Ho knows bolter (tU()t , tho ,)Mt lnt(,rc8ts of tho
than that I paj my men from twen- , !(i that It devolved ilpon
tl tt.twemrpw dollars -Thejr havo t . i0 Jt tIlclr ba,o ror
nouses,!, live m .no n small piece twa d tho TJepuhllcan ticket,
of land to ral things to rat undj ot)lor B.)CaMrilv, ,,wolt 0l ,
brjng Iminlgrants to the conn- .,,,,',.
you don't heai any of tlioln kicking
At this point tho Doss thought ho
had said enough and with u short
try hilt ihat with u Democratic le
JL!' ?."-' "ck on KiuX'ho'finied.
......, huh iuuii. uiwuilll IIIU IblllllUS,
"It. )ou had Bomo prvnto business
to be looked after and llieio wua u
.Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxative Bromo Quinino
Tablets. All druggists refund
tho money if it fails to etife.
K. W. Grove's signature is on
I'ARIS MBmciNl! CO , St. Lews, U S. A.
"Taxes aro necossury," lie said,
"you must have taxes to build roads
maintain n pollco and flra department
and foi many other necessarj things
I pay in) Iunos tho sumo as joti do,
but Kuhlo does not pa) his I found
this out by visiting tho tux olllcti to
(In and ou ran do Ihc same. Is tint
tlio kind of man vou waul lo lopiosoul
)ou nt Washliiglon, n man who .loot
not pay his taxes nnd has not for
vcniB?" and ho concluded
publican principles were 'X,
lclopu nnd Kd Tow,so.
ARE NOT SUSPENDED
Orders of Interstate Commcrco
That tlio In'erstnto rommeice rom
i.iIksIiiu'b older suspending cerlnlu
Iraiifi.niillnontnl freight tnilffs has
been vncatod nnd that tho tarllTs went
,luto effect on October 10 Is tho news
In late and aftUtic desigtu, hand-toned and carved, for the
autumn "demand, have Just been recoved.
Arts and Crafts Shop1,
received hero from II. II. Couutlss, tlu
agent of- tho transcontinental freight
bureau ut Chicago. Tho two tnriffu
In question nro westbound tariff ,Nu.
1-1., and west bound tariff No, 4 II.
Ilolli of them affect freightage to II. i-.
wall. With ouo or two minor excep
tions, which will bo tukcit euro o(
by supplements, tho full schedule -111
each clusslflcullon is liii ccct.
V t m' .
"" BREAK WITH SOUN'D FIRM
jears of nssociatlon as purcbulers of
jumbor with thori'UROt Mill Com
pany a, sound 'plajitSi nn nrrangcjnsut
Hiat has Involved llariUilng of lin
dreds of millions or feet of lumhoi-for
tho Hawaiian. Islands, Ijweis L
Cooko Company of Honolulu havo Fev
ered relations, and hereafter their
schooners, Alice Cooko mid Ilobert
lowers, will load nt other Bound mills
than those of I'ort Qumblo and I'oit
I.udtow. The nnnoiincemont of tho
chaiigo of operations was made with
thu arrival nt I'oit Tuwnseiid jestci
ihiy of the schooner Hubert hewers.
All members of Co. A, National
final d nf Ilnualll, nro iniuortcd lo bo
present nt tho Drill Shed, 7:3rt til
ecnlng. Meeting of Inteiest nnd Im-
poitaucc to all will be held.
' .1 rti i
' a ri i
.Elect Officers for Next Year
j and Close Mectjncj With
iry.TUc Haw.ill.-in Terrlloilnl Medical
society" closed ltnnuiil soaalon lint
night, vyllh election of oftlccra nnd
alKiuet nt th'o IlnlvpHilty Club 'Hie
following olllccrs werS named for the
ensiling year; t.
I'rosldent, Dr W. O? Hogeraj vlte
piesldent, Dr W. D 'Jl.ildulu; cecie-tary-treasiircr.
Dr. W C. Ilobdyi ex-
ocutlvo coinmlttco, Dr. Haldwln, 1)1 C
II. Wood, Dr fit. I) 0. Waltora
The meeting' l(as Been notablu for
tlio splendid papois on udvancid med
leal subjects lead and dlscuw"''. '
peclally on thq treatment of V'1"'"B
I A spirit of heartiest cooperation la et
ident throughout tho medical frateiu
It) of tho Islands, nnil tills wiir telle. I
id nt the bannuet ln'sl night
rHgr"For Rent" csrdj on iale
flu Bulletin office.
" -Ai - ffnmy rtfilTlyrip1iirt -t tMgiittwBfciiini M it aHahiii'rrrfMlM -i,