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Bl'RN'INO tlt'I.l.r.TIN', HONOLULU, T. II., WKDNRflnAY. NOV 2.1.110.
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Will You Have
rvWING to the fact that we
placed our orders for goods
which arrived-on the A.-H. S. S.
"MEXICAN," before we knew
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 are a few of 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 GINGHAM DRESSES, lace and
embroidery trimmings, with deep flounce and large
pearl buttons, all colors, formerly $5.50, .reduced
to $2.50 each. . ;
LADIES' PONGEE 0NE-PJECE EVENING DRESS
soutash trimmed and tucked waist with lace yoke
and collar, all colors, formerly $6,00, now $2.25
LADIES' LAWN DRESSES, trimmqtj in "fersiap
effect, large Pearl buttons and embroidery, "for
merly $5.50, reduced to $1.75 a dress.
LADIES' FANCY GINGHAM .' PRESSES,,'1 Mh
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 oflADIES; LONG COATS, assorted
cuts" and styles, formerly $5.00 each, now $1.75
each. -, , ,
ALL GOODS WILL BE SOLD FOR CASH ONLY.
L. B. KERR & CO..
uoes ueiorc voters, un His.
Record and Is Promised
I Support. J ' ' '
John V .C.ilhcnrt. cniiilld.ii fur rn.
election mi the Itcpiihllc.iu ticket n
cltj nnd county attorney, win Hie fe.v
turo'of the owning nt n tally of
r.roarth district uters last night. Tho
tally was hclil nt School mill Knit
strtets ami brought nut a big nttcml-
jance, a thousand nr more hearing the
, llentilillcnn cnmllilate'n cllrc'oitr'so on
i villi campaign topics.
M( C.Thcnrt lost no time. In pre
liminaries ntter ho was Introduced. Iln
plunged right Imo n vigorous speech
'liiihlch ho explained the policy of
hln!'of!lce, iirotpil hy figures that It
has hecn clllclently mlmlnlstereil
maife a stroiiR plea for n straight Ho
publican ticket nnd ended ullli n pa
tfilijlc hurst that furnished n ruoiI
climax to one of the best addresses
of the campnlRn,
I ''I am running for re-election on my
ifclird, nnd I want that record' to ho,
tyin, declared Attorney Cnthcart! "I
4ajit every voter to know Just what
ljai been accomplished' In the offleo
of fclty and county attorney during tho
fast two years. I am not cxaRKcratltiR
when 1 declaro that tho record inmlo;
nhs never been duplicated In tho Isl
pnll, nnd seldom nnywhrro In tho
tiles. Let the record speak for It-elf.
"Out of cut) ten persons wi lmtn
nccttfeil of cilmu and pioseculed, o
have uoiitlclvif elRht. Thu inerngt)
pcieentrtgo In tho stntj Is four In
ten, nnd In the Oahu office before I
took hold It was only three In ten.
"'Wfl hav( liqniiBtici'PMfnl becautol
wo have tint iirnnCciiU-il perSon Willi''
out Insls for cur rlinrxra and licc-iiiic!
I h.ivtng once stnM"d n prosecution, we . .... , ,, , ,
Viit m it thave aib.wt-.l.nn'nnn.! Generals Bliss and Aleshirc
no Influence. to swny me nno Inch Vtlll Select Siifi Tflflav
IV1,, llirtTnh i,fli 7
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"Hut I want to say thai 1 liaVn never,
I jierieculed. I .have. necr Knowingly
tried to jirnwute nn Innocent man
The oor man "ls n squnro deal from
me,' nnd nlnnjfl will.
for the cnlhe tlepuhllcnn ticket. Un
der Republican government tho Unit
ed States has become one of the now-
- llrlRntllnr-Rpiietal II Iss and Qunr
to mailer Central Alchhlie, who ar
rl ed on thb-MnngUJa yesterday, nro
"I ask your v.tos beeiu-c 1 think I toIay n, s,I1)tlcl(, !,.,,.,, ,,0c.
.y-MTvr m-iii. i iit juur von" ;uvi
hua, wlieio they nro Inspecting the
flto for tho proposed $000,000 con
strii tlon work. A message from the
erful nntlnna of tho world, nnd tho bariacks today stated that they will
foundation of lint government, like' not return to Honolulu until tonight
the tonnilatlon nr n IiiiIIiimk, Is In Its or tomonow morning,
smallest parts. In tho community. Wo Tho locntlon of the I.ollehun
must cltcjl n Republican CRlslature. buildings Is olio of tho moat Import
Tho need Is more pressliiR than ever nnt mattcrB that (lonernl Ale;hlro
,,,f"rp-" will hno to pass upon. Tho patty,
Cnthcart s speech wns roundly ap-. w,ch lu.,uc, Captain Tails of tho
plnuded. It was nn enthusiastic meet- Utral ,,artormaster's oin e, Colonel
Ing anyway wllh all the Republican Schycr, .onunandlng the District nf
" ... ". ; ' " "'Z," -'HlnU.nnd othern. will not return
..,.....,. ., ........... ..t.u ,....n..IH ...v.. , IlntlnlHln
first nppeirnnce In thin section of tho
city nnd tho voters welcomed them
with applause nt Ihclr speeches and
Oet one of our home snvlnRs hank
nnd dep'osl our odd chanRo. When
J on hrliiR the bank to us c will cre
dit your account with the amount It
contains nnjl pay you Interest. Hank
of Hawaii, Ltd., Merchant, and Fori
until tho selection Is
Tomorrow It is expected that the
matter of cxch'atiRe of property,
whereby tho Tertltory will Ret nn
nrmory Bite nt tho old barracks, near
the, Capitol, wllj he tnken up.
SHKI.nON At tho Knplolanl Mater
nity. Home, November 1, to Mr.
nnd Mi's, 1 K. Sheldon, n Bon.
Pierce Arrow Car
'--' T ' ' 't '-" - ;; :f J-' ' 'I
1 A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Agent for ' '
Arthur Spyvall & Co.,Bath. Me.
Parrott & Co., San Fraiioisoo I
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(QMNNEU AUTOMATIC SFRimOEH)
Neuinan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
f.- . Aaohen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, HEAR MERCHANT
48-6 Cyl. On Exhibition at our Sales Rooms
In no year of its history has '
the Pierce-Arrow Motor Caf
Company deemed it either ex
pedient or advisable to sacrifice
any of the high qualities that
mean satisfaction for the motor-
ist in order to sell its cars at a
lower price and in greater
quantity. What this means to
the users of Pierce-Arrow is
more apparent in the new
models than ever before. In
addition to providing a chassis
of the highest character the
company also offers a range of
body styles, color schemes and
upholstery designs wide enough
to meet any preference. ,;(s
Licensed under Selden Patent
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Associated Garage, Ltd.,
Dealers in Motor Cars
Whitney & Marsh
Opening of the Holiday
On TUESDAY NEXT, November 1st,
and following days we will place on dis
play a rich assortment of
EVENING GOWNS SCARVES
T -These goods are all our own direct impor
tation and well worthy of your inspection.
THE GRABOWSKY TRUCK
.1, lVt, 2 AND 3 TONS- " ' - 35 AND 45 HORSEPOWER
A'TICMOVAHLK 1'OWF.R PLANT: HarUonnd Steel IIUSHINGS In
ovey working pnrt; KMBKm'NCY CONDKNSINO CHAMIlRIt; TOSI
TIVK MECHANICAL OIIIiir System.
H0N0IULU TOWER WAQ0N CO., Agents W. M. MINTON, Mrt.
Phone '2108 ' 875 South Street, Jlear King
New Sliipment "
Of a Cjmplete line of
Square Deal Hose
In Black, Tan. Orey and Navy
HAS JUST BEEN RECEIVED
Frice $1.50 and $2 Per Box of Six Pairs
YEE CHAN & CO.,
BETHEL AND KINO STREETS
WITH THE TEARS
Berger's Melody,. Enlivened
Departure of the
conger who barely mnde tlio gang
way lioforo tho Inst Una wna cast off. caie
will he relighted an soon ns iiractts
Tho delny In sailing was nttrlhuted
In tho loading of a large shipment of
1IUMI10I.DT HAY. CAL.
Notice la also given that Midlife'
2000 eachs cofteo nnd C000 hunches
banannB. A quantity of sundries
was nlfo carried to iho Coast.
A few IliiRslnns left for tho Coast
today hy tho Sierra. While their
number wa ,not as, largo ns on for.
mer tilps of tlip, llnor, it is nlalo
I that Inhpr ngcfltg. nro still nctlvo in
, tho Islands In carrying on the work
of iccrulting workers for tho main
land. Tho Slorrn's nincers state that no
nttempt will Im mndo this trip to
tear off nny records in tho direction
Of reilnrtni? thn Bnlllrirr tltno liptwpnu
Tho loturn to duty of the Torrl- lonoll and tho Paddc Coast port',
torlal hand, under tho leadership of .
Captain Ileigor, proved tho ono 'on- SAYOY ARTISTS A'p
livening roaiuio at the departure of , S0H0FIELD BARRACKS
tho Oceanic sle.imshlp Sierra, which . (
got away for San Finn Isco nt l0::!0 six of tho vaudeville nitlsts who
o'clock tills morning. i will open nt tho now Savoy Theater
A driving rain betting In from tho nn Friday ovenlng went down to
south had a somewhat dampening of- Sthnflnlil .llariacko, last night nnit
feet upon tho spirits of tho depart- gave ,a how for tho Boldlers that..
Ing passongprs us woll as tho usuul Judging hy Its reception, spenlts well
crowd of vlsltois who raiely miss ror their futuio surccsH In Honolulu,
tho sailing of u Coast-hound steamer. The rtnlnty little Countess La I'ommo
Raindrops nnd tearB mingled In in- made tho hit of tho evening with
desjrlbahlo and touching profusion, the soldier hoys,. although they Joy-
Tlie whatf was heavy with tho con- ously showed their approval of Weav-
Kiumoruicu scent oi norm trinutoa er and Archer, tho musical omedy
nnd tho ntrorted aroma arising fiom hlnck-faco team; nlso tho Wilsons lit
a varlgatcd cargo reposing tlioio. their Blnglng nnd daiulng acts, and
Tho Sierra pulled away from tho especially Kionk Archer, the Jewish
uceanic wn.urr .lauing nut jorjy-one comedian. ,
ttiuiu tiiiu iiiciuj.uvuii niut'iUHi' I'll"-' - 4
Eengers. Tlioio. wnB room enough for vft umnwo
each trnvoler lo have a stntoioom to HUlitfc TO MARINERS
himself, should such a procedure flAN n n KNTILVNCF PAr;
u,K,n the part Pf tho steamship oni- S NotVco i? ?o,,b, NJv thM Out!
C't 17? ?Zm. ,,. J-- "r as uoyy No. S8D was roi
, ,. norteil oxtlncn slimt nptn im- !r. i
, n., i -i, ., nuuro is a ho given mat Aildufe'
bananas The popular San Trnn isco a w R J "JJ v
erryboat Is taking n shipment of Kam Jl0r(,,ornre reported
Ilnwallnn products amounting In ,,.,,, ' ,.,.... ,. ' Ti
about llftcen hundred tons. Included
In tho consignment nro 26,000 olnoa,
'gieen and tliiuod; ,2000 sacks rl:u,
'yASMis' O.I,-- wu.-i,, tXiUM
dragged out of position. Iuib been ire
Weekly II u 1 1 e 1 1 u $1 per jfurJ