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F.VKNIKH nitl.t.r.TIN. UONOM'Ml. T II. KKIIV NOV I. HMn
YEE CHAN (& CO.,
Corner King and Bethel Streets
FOR TEN DAYS ONLY
The Greatest Sale in the history of Honolulu of High-Grade-
Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Trunks,
Suit Cases, Ladies' Goods, etc.
Half of the $60,000 Stock of Yee Chan Co.'s
Merchandise must be Sold in Ten Days
.it prices Uu t will startle all corn;jptitlon, bct'innine SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5lh, at 9 a. m. Watch
and wait for the n ol n.uilcin uiul ii.u-lity merchandise event.
at 9 o'clock
Below wo quote a few prices to give you an idea now, th(s stock is going Jo bo sold for the next 10
A BONA FIDE SALE.
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The formci pi ice ticket remains to show that theic'is a"
saving of Vj to V? on every dollar Volt snond hero. - -
MEN'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENT
llundieds of strictly man-tailored suits; all of
the season's latest stylos, including cashmere,
worsted, tweeds, black and blue, etc.
Value, $'5.00 13.50 10.00 7.50 5.00
Now, $ 8.50 7.50 6.00 4.50 2.50
"" ,;' ' HOSIERY
'Men's Fancy Half Hose, worth 20 cts, pair, now
75 cts. per Box of 6 pairs.
GINGHAMS, GINGHAMS, GINGHAMS.
Sold in every city in the U. S. for 10 cts. per
yard, as long as thev last 15 yards for $1.00.
UNDERWEAR ALL SIZES.
- '.AH Men's-Underwear formeily 50 cts each, now
three Garment's 'for $1.00.
Qo not miss this sale if you value money, Never before, never again will such matchless values Ije of
fered in Honolulu; ' Wc aio overstocked and must make room. The low prices at which ve "are sell
ing High Class meichandiso should induce you to lay in one year's supplies. ' "- .
OUR GUARANTEE , . '
guar'anteo overy piico'itcm. Every statement herein made, any puichase not satisfactory W
ason whatever, can bo exchanged or wo.wil Jjlcftintl the money, - . .
(Signed) l ' f
YEE CHAN , CO.,
Coner King and Bethel Streets.
-TOYS ARE HERE
No fear of not sccurine; somethinc new nnd novel to anneal to the.
children's taste if you bii? n'cre. Nsw line of MEN'S SHOES in stock.
The kind you pay $5 for at other p'accs you rc; here for $3.50.
Lntc patterns at low prices in t';c Dry Goods Department.
KAM CHONG CO., '
Savoy Opens Tomorrow Night
FOItT AND BE3ETAN1A STREETS
THE GRABOWSKY TRUCK
1, lVa. 2 AND 3 TONS 35. AND 45 HORSEPOWER
a ni:.io'Aiii.i: rownn plant: Hardened stcei bushings in
evnry worKInc part; KMKItntiXCY CONUKNSINO CIIAMIIRR; I'OSI-'
TIVi: MCOHANICAIi OlIliiR System.
HONOLUIU POWER WAGON CO., ABents W. M. MINION. Mrt.
Phone 2160 875 South Street, Near King
If It's Paint
AND YOO WANT A OOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
Sharp SigjstS -
Postponed On Account of Un
finished Condition of
Owing to llio imllnWicd stnto of llin
now Snoy thcalio manaROr Scully '
j stales that tlioro will bo no show
tlipi a tmitll tomonow nlRht when ther.)
will lip one of the Rrnndest theatrical
openings (Ills city Iitjj over experi
enced, i ' , '
I Mr Scully expresses much dlsnp
polnltnent nt not h Iiir nblo to open
, his !ihh.o of iimusemenLiHi .tho .late
tlmhnii liocn Renoially Riven out, lint
nlho says' that the q:sn of talent that
he will put on tomonow night will
fully makeup for tho ilelay of twen-,'jj-four
'ilTlin ,.irMin ' f flin pill' will ttn
- ...V f.J" .. ... . ...V- . -"-
v..,,. lilt t. II," ..i fl.n nnw .ilfiv- linncn na
' f In built to suit tho cllnmto by he-
ln(J c()vor01 wju, n roof ii ),e shies
, . 7MAKY8VIM.i:, Octobar 21. That leavliiR tho country than aro coming ar cft oj,0Il tm, assurliiK a puro
Hindoo Inbniers are, plnnuliiR In re- In. Hindoo laboicrs, he said, on.tinoM -,, Rs well as an open nlr thcatro,
tuin to Hlndoiistnn within tho noxt Ret emnloypiont its easily now as for- JluT innnaRor tays thero will bo no
f.MjTnioiithH following upon tho renew- nioily. ami limy nio beginning In roel ri(lluio In tho opnliiR tomonow night
cileffoils to ililvo them from Iho tho effect of the low wagos paid them.' on,t eoiyhody come nnd hnio tho
louulry has been undo evident at the Tho Hindoos complained that tin)' time of thoir lies lnuRh'iiR at tho
loeil I'ostolllco, whero in nno day (Krl- inllioad companies, which woro once runny sluntsnnd oilier InteresdliiK
ihTJ) lllmloos took out money orderH the salvation of Iho Hindoo on his rcaluros that aro on tho bill.
Iif'tho amount or r.'S2.', payable to uriivnl In this country, an. no longer. .
IlKJniHehcs In llmlo.islnu, anxious In eniii'oy belurlmned work- it doesn't make nny dlffoieneo
v- Dim or 10 II iiiiiooi. uuen ill csuou e H ami us n roHii I llin nine on la in- .l,i..l, oi.i ,,r il... oi...i v,.., ...l.-,. ,...,
WjT ' vi by Iho I'liBtolllcn employes, said RlnuliiR lo feel n IoiikIiik for his old will nn.i Hint nmr !ltm nian n..
that tlioro ore now more Hlndooa homeland. 1 for thut olde.
Body of cx-Govcrnor Will Lie
in State Tomorrow In
Pinal nrrniigCiiirnts r tho funeral
rmlccs nnd the hiirl.t' of Hie remains
if the lal cx-r.ovn.no.- ('leghorn hai
li en made. Iho m-ivlrv bclns held nt
Ht AnJicw'ft Catholral at two o'clock
Kimdny nitciii'ion ns pieinuly an
In the ptocofslin will bo polio, rep
l .-,(. nlnlhrs r,f tho military nnd uiv.il
rcrvlres end of tho local ir eminent
IncliidliiR llto Dnvcrnur and his stnff.
The procc-iitnn will form n' two
o'clock on llio Walklkl side of Kmni.i
street wl'h lis ilglit icstlng iioir
Vlnoyaid The lino of in.ircli will b
along Ktnmn street In Vineyard, then
Vineyard lo Xminnmnnd up the latter
lo the Itoyal XHurol-uni grotuids
wlioto Iho In'erinenl wlll'bo made.
I o.idltiff llin proccsilnn lo tho plnro
of Interment will ha a platoon nt
mounted pollc followed by Iho lloynl
Hiwallnn Han 1, eight uniformed foot
police, nnd then the six grandsons of
llio decerned nnd Itevorcnd Canon
Aiilt preceding tho ronnlns.
On llii- left stdo of llio henrsn will
bo pall bearers S. II, Dole, c. V. Ian
koi, fIlear Admiral Itees nnd Cecil
Ilrnwn. nnd on Iho right A. R. Hart
well, T Cllvo Ilavles, V. O. Smith
nnd V. I. Hpaldlng. ,
Kollnwlng Iho liMy will oomo tho
nmuiners r.x-Qiren I.ltluokalanl lip
Ing the first, followed by I'crcy Cleg
horn. The oilier mourners following
In order will be J. W. Hnberlson nnd
wife, J. II. noyd and wire, Arthur
Clcfihnm nnd Frank Cleghorn.
Next In order will bi Governor
Frear and Secretary Mntt-Smllh, tho
Oovernor's stnff, Iho nelegnto to Con
gress, United States District Judges,
Justices or tho Supremo Court, Speak
er of tho House, Colonel Schuyler nnd
Mart, membcis of tho consular corps,
Mhyor ot tho City nnd County of Ho
ifoiiltti. mid 'Muster "b Hawaiian
Announcement has been mndo that
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE ,
(mm three unlU fjMj o'cloyk tomorrow
hrtcrnoon the, hijdy 'Wllfllo In state on
the large Inifal; K Al'ntifiail jol Rlyo
friends ami 'hcfiualnlnnces n 'cfianco
'vHw(lttfpr tlic-jlqt time.
Fort Street Paving Project
Assured of No Veto
Mayor Joseph j. Kern's attitude to
wauls Iho scliomo for tho pnvemcut
of Fort street between tho intciscc
tlon of Queen nnd Ileretnnln streets
lias undergone n matcrlnl clinngo ac
cording to n Rcnornl undorslnndlnu
j that now picvolls nbout tho corridors
u line -ciiy iinu,"
Major Fern has now como forward
faxorlng tho Improvement of Hono
lulu's principal business street. Ho Is
declared lo hnvo Riven his word that
ho will not launch the mayoralty veto
should an nrdln.inco or resolution liol
intioduced and passed by tho Hoard
calling Tor tho paving or Fort street
by tlv so-called Warren Brothers pro
cess ns represented in tho Islands by
Joseph J. Oilman.,
II will be remomli-rcd that from tho
time tho Into paving ordinance was
Intioduced beforo tho Hoard by Chair-
man Qiilnn of the ro.ul committee. I
ins Honor' nsslsto dby two or threo
members or tho Iloaul maintained a
hitter fight against Its passago.
Thnt Bonio satisfactory understand
ing has been reached In regard to tho
ultimate passage of a regulation an
thorldiiR tho pavement of Fort street
by the bltullthlc process Is homo out
by tho fact that n complete plant for
tho manufacture of tho patented pavo
Wnt Is litre nnd ready to bo set tip
at very short notice,
Mr. Oilman Is prepared to Install tho
plant and hnvo it In working ordor
beforo tho first of December. Should
tho contemplated paving resolution bo
Introduced nt.a meeting of tho Hoard,
Immediately following tho election, the
work ot fuinillnR tho long ..deferred
contrnet will he taken up and carried
Whitney & Marsh
Opening of the Holiday
On TUESDAY NEXT. November 1st.
and following days we will place on dis
play a rich assorlme.it of
consisting of '
EVENING GOWNS . SCARVES
? These goods are all our own direct impor
;. tation and well worthy of your inspection.
And His Play, "The Private
Secretary," Is Full of
. , Fast Comedy. ",
Douglas Cattcrmole.... Robert JlcKIni
Mrs, Stead Dorcas. .Mat,!how8
Sydney iQllison Arthur Ellon
Hurry Mnrsland .InmeIt. .Norton
Hov. ltobert Spalding, (too, ft Howard
Mr. Cuttcimolo , ,'puy Hltner
Miss Ashford Mnrlon4 Dunn
Mr. Marsland Chns.'1!:. Murphy
Ha Webster ...'.'..'.'.'"nwi Martella'f" ', m.lctoii( h job not takln
"Tha Prlvn'o SecrctnrV' tho week
end nffeilug presented fpj the first
tlniR hpio Inst night by lhe QeorRO
H. Howard company, Is nory funny
comedy, and should keep up tho re
putation tlila company has brought to
Iho Orphciim of furnishing entf'rtnln-
ment for crowded houses. William
much over n montji or six weeks nt
Hats nnd shoes nroJ'intended
servo tho ends of humanity.
Wo often wonder If (ho cluircli or
ganist lias pipe dreams.
,. 4- .
does not nfford him tho nnllmlio.il
(llllelto wsb In n Jocular mood wheiijfcopo Hint some of his pievlous roles'
lie wroie me piay. ami ins splllt isiimvo done. Ho divides honors with
fUR SALE is fast drawing
to a close on account of
lack of gfaods. Bufrwe still
have a part of the LARGE
CONSIGNMENT of READY
MADE DRESSES, which we
are alrnost giving away.
We still have a large
quantity of DRESS. .GOODS,
DOMESTIC NOTIONS and
LADIES' UNDERWEAR at
PRICES THAT CAN NOT BE
Call and Examine tho Goods
reflected In every line.
In spiln of hot political Imtllfis nnd
tho iltal attractions of Iho Japanese
consul's IiIr reception nt tho YouiiR
hotel, the Orphoum wns wpIL filled
last nlKht and those who went were
rIwmi thieo acts of clean and'-clevei
comedy to repay them. Opoo IU
Howaid, ns Itov. ItobeA SpaldliiR hai
a pait well suited to him, though. It make the moat.
Ouy Hltner. who, ns Mr. Oattoimnlti.l I
pets It ncr tlio rootliRhts in a con
Tho remainder of the cast Rives
Rood siipiil, nml Iho femlnlno sec
tion, Miss Doieas Matthews, Miss Ma
rlon Dunn, Miss 'n Muitelhi und
Miss Hetty Jonson hnvo mneral op-
portimlllos In score, of which they 1 1
L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd.