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t.J-llOTBEDSPREADS, 1INEN AND TURKISir TOWELS
ftvES'itfo nfoMjyfiN, hon'olumj, t, it., moxday. nov. f. 19 1 A.
HEMMED LINEN TOWELS
Regular Price $ 3.75
' ' ' Hcpular Price -4.00,
'" Regular Price 0.60
'"HEMSTITCHED LINEN TOWELS
'" ' Bcgular Price ? 3.25'
' ."' Itegnla'r Price 7.610
ui ii'"MiCffaUri'Prlce ' 8.50
Regular Price 10.00
' 'HEMMED TURKISH TOWELS,
- ;- lingular PU'ce ;$ 2.25
"1 ' Regular Price 3.00
"' Regular Price 4.00
'' ' '. . Regular Price 4.S0
HEMSTITCHED TURKISH TOWELS
' ;' Regular Trice $ 9.00
FRINGED TURKISH TOWELS
1 ,,f .' Rb'gular '.Price. ....$ 5.50
HEMMED WHITE BEDSPREADS
Regular' Price $ 1.25
. . ' .' Regular 'Price 1.60
J' - ', 'Regular, 'Price 1.75
jicgtiuir xritt; &.UU
Regular Price 3.75
BeguUr Price '4.25
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jLlirgcj juicy, firm arid clelicioiis. The
fchwiitj Queen Olives picked right,
'packed rWhf, and so taste.
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Your 'Grocer Has Them
GRADING iand FILLING
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..fnr Desk Calendars?
I 1 ny i
(let your Tail now, You
will 'want to mako memos for )
thn, coming .year.
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, 1 Limited,
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; Office Supply 'Co.,
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NETS and BOOKCASES,
GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
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flnrTflv.. Tlennrtment now nnen.
with u Frqh Stpck of TOYS, GAMES
nmi .aMiucnuid une or iiuunb.
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U Alex. Young Balding ..
Special $2.60 per' dozen
Special 2.85 per dozen
Special 5.00 per dozen
Special $2.25 per "dozen
Special 5.50 per dozen
Special 6.00 per dozen
Special u 8.00 per dozen
Spcdal $1.75 per dozen
Special 2.25 per dozen
Special 3.00 per dozen
Special. ...... -3.75 per dozen
Special .'$6,75 per 'dozen
Special $4.25 per dozen
Special $ .00 each
Special, 1,15 each
Special 1.35 each
Spctfal 2.00 each'
Special 2.85 each
Special 3.25 each
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Wo liavo paper for every
room, nml nt nil prlco3. Tlio
Wall Payer you Imy from ii3
will glvo onr home a dis
IEWERS '& COOKE,
177 S. KING STREET
M. E. Silva, v
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite .Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
,Phonc 1179 Night Call 1014
Compartments in the
For.Particulars Inquire of
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO,
' " Will do ft
THE SENEAR CO.
ALGAR0BA BEAN MILLS .
MODERN SANITARY PLUMBING
. The Pioneer Plumber
183 MERCHANT STREET
There Is n ciowil of Chinese gnml
lilCTn'mid vatclltes connected with
jecrul opium huls who are attempt
ing 10 carry matters with 11 high
hand nna it the amo tlino adminis
ter punlslmW(,to those of their rata
wlm would work for law arid brder
by appeallnc to the pnllre depart
ment for protection.
Within the past two weeks nt least
three Chjiiolo have been waylaid aft
er nl(-)it,rhnd ns n result of n meet
ing ,ylt)i? tho runners of thin gang.
hao liceil tho victims of n sevore
Chief, -of Dftcctlvcs Xt;I)ufllo has
hetn opr tho 'trail of hcveral of the
offenders nild Inst night lie succeed
ed In landing at least one ringleader,
who has' been plated on the grill,
mid It Is expected that tho names of
several "Illghlilnders" will bo foiiud
Jotted down In tho notebook of tho
It U tho Intention of McDumo to
go nftcr this crowd, nnd before lie
Is through with his campaign of ex
termination of lawlessness there
may result a number of nrrcstR.
It, appears to bo tho main object of
tho re'nogado Cblneso to lie In wait
for the .unsuspecting vlrtlm . niid,
when lie appears nt some lonely simti
ret upon him. nnd tho Informer Is
generally found later on In n badly
The.. "highbinders" havo thus far
made1 110 attempts nt taking life, but
take out their spite In tho adminis
tration of bodily bruises. They are
reported to have gone so fnr ns to
offer a lewnrd of $G0 fur the nppro
heusatlon of nny and nil Chinese In-
formers. Tho men 110w ilnder tho
ban of displeasure nro being perse-
cuted by tho hirelings of a number,
of Illegal liquor dialers, gamblers
nnd opium vendors. '
The matter of tho protest by sev
eral collimators In regard to tuo
idlglblllty of Knhulul Ilallroad Com
pany to' bltl on tho construction of
Kahului breakwntcr will bo decided,
by tho Department of Justice, ac
cording to Information received hero.
Major WInslow forwnrded the paj
pcrs In the case to Washington,
where they nrrlvcd the first part of
Inst week, but It will bo a couple
i)f weeltB before tho decision reaches
Honolulu, lit' all piobaLlllty. ,
The news of tho decision will come
by cable, and tho details follow by
mall, hut tho cable will bu nufllcli
cut to untangle the knot nml start
things moving 01 tho breakwater
proposition, whatever tho decision
may be. I
It was thought here '.hat tlic niat-(
tor would bo duvlded by tho War De
partment, but It has been ' passed up
lo dho other department. Involving
flu:li legal questions as It docs. i
'CITIZEN LABOR ONLY
Territory of Hawaii, )
City nnd County of Honolulu. )
Stanley Stephenson being duly
sworn upon oath deposes and says:,
Thnt I an U cltlten of tho United
States of America, mid havo resided
In tho city of Ilonolulu'for tho past
U ears, during nil of which tlmo
I have been engaged In the business
of douse, sign and decorative paint
ing; Hint during all of fho tlmo of
my business dealings with tho people
of the lly of Honolulu, I have cm
plojed nono but citizen labor when-
eer and wherever the same was
uvnll.ible; and that nt the present
time I am nblo to and will give cm.
ploymont to at least six citizen
painters at wnges ns high ns paid
ly any person or pcrMius In my lino
of bu3lm,'ss within the city of IIouo
Subscribed and sworn to before
mo this 7th day of November, 1UI0.
(Seal) WII.UAM SAVAOH,
A Notary Public in and for tho First
Judicial Circuit of the Territory
'Wo, tho undersigned, citizens of
tho united State!) of Amorira, ami
employes of Stanley Stephenson, do
heieby declare that the statements
mado In tho foregoing allldavlt nfo
true lo our owii knowledge,
8,,"k. Sylvn, John Keawc, S. K. 'I'u-
ulvii, I.ama Nakcu, I'uii, Joln
Mahoo, William I'anoke, n. f.
McCandless, ICnos Kealohn, 0.
W Knmall, Apela Ke:imo,
Joanuln SI ha Is under arrest at po
llco station charged with having used
threatening language towards u wo
man named do Souza, Tho affair giuw
out of a iiclghboihood scrap that nc
cm red yesterday allnnioon on tho
Blopvi of I'unchbowl,
Officer Almeldi Bervcd a warrant
1Rloclal llullnttn IVrrcnimiulrnro )
HI I.O, Nov. 7. Chin. K .Mugulre.
the Democratic campaign manager,
buses his main hopes for Ills ticket on
the supervisorial end thereof He
says lie Is confident thtit the llomo
cratH will have a majority of the mem
bers of the Hoard, and that tihipumn
will be the next chairman
"The slluntlon between McCandless
and Kuhlo Is ptactlcully 11 tie," said
Mugulre last ,wecV, -hen asked to
make n forccaU of ,the 'result of the
election. "Link will enrry Kona, nnd
I figure that lie will ntso curry Kuu,
though possibly I10 will not huvu qulto
as large a majority In that district ur
lie had last time. It will' be a mighty
"For the fc'onnte I feel sure that the
Democrats will land Mukekau. I
know tliut there has been somu talk
recently about tils being weakened by
Home Hule attacks, but you will see,
lie will get In, 1 iiope that Metzger
will make It, but Hewitt Is a mighty
hard man to beat.
"I cannot tell much about the situ
ation on the leoward side of the Island
us fur as the House. Is concerned. The
only mtin who seems suro of election
there Is lbnnlho, tho Home Hule-Dem-ocrut,
who Is certain,
"Uiit, (,he Deriioc'ratB will havo tho
control, of the Hoard of Supervisors,
Wo bank on that. Shlpmnn Is suro of
his election In Kuu, and hu Is llkeulso
suro of being tho' next chairman of tho
"Wo concedo tlint t.yman will carry
"As far .'as tlio County oltlccrs nro
concerned, 'I'lia Is sure of landing tho
sheriffship. Kwallko Is lending In tin;
race for County Clerk. Hu has hud
,i, 1...., f ,i. ,,..1.. ..,.. .
caug0 Jolinu0 Ka, nllJ Ar(,llo m-,a,
msa ucon gamm,,g nt each other.
whllo Kwullko has been sawing wood.
Knknc, tho independent, stnnds no
"They say that tlcors hai the Lest
of It In the Ilgh't for tho olllco of
County Attorney, but I am not so sure
about that, and Ilarry Irwin Is likely
to gUo some politicians the surprise)
of their lives.
"Hlchnrdson Is leading In the scrap
for Trensuror, nnd wo uro counting on
electing him." ,
Sheriff William Jarrelt has taken nu
steps toward tho removal of Officer
l'eter Hose from the nollco force ilet
spite the charges'mado against tho
police officer by his stepdaughter.
'According to statements mado Uv
J. A. tnth. tho girl nppoared beforo1
him and tiled nu allldnvlt to tho effect
that Hose, her stepfather, hail acted
In a manner unworthy of n relative
Sho Is ulso Said to havo charged
Hoso with Improper relations.
When tlio matter was brought to
tho attention of Sheriff Jnrrett. the
girl denied practically all ihu stronger
insinuations Incororatcd In tho affida
vit, Sho claimed Hint when sho wai
approached by Ilalh nnd questioned
regarding Hose's actions, that tho
most of tho Interrogations wcro mis
At tho pollco station It Is claimed
mat. no chaigos can bo broimht
against mo officer In tho light of tho
recent sianu tancn by (ho accuser.
(Continued from Pae-e,A
Ono of tho suggested umendmonta
to the Oregon constitution proposed
by Initiative petition provides for
verdicts by three-fourths of n Jury-
Ill civil cases. Another proposed
amendment Increases tluo Initiative;
and referendum and recall powers of
CoiiK-rvntlon of natural resources
will bo passed upon by vol em of Wis
consin In the shape of a proposed
amendment to tho cinstitutlun, au
thorizing tlio Stato to make annual
appropriation for acquiring, preserv
ing nnd developing wnter power and
forosts of tho Stnle, In, Minnesota,
a proposed constitutional amendment
authorizes tho I.eglsluturo to exempt
from taxation lands of private per
rons to bu used for purposes of re
DUNN To Mr nnd Mis. K. V. mum,
.1 daughter. Oct, t.
Ill ti. who commenced too early to
celebrate tho coming hat I In of ballots
by Imbibing a mlxtuio of strong II-
iiuom round himself In police tanks
this afternoon. He has been booked
with a" charge of drunkenness follow-
Inr, his niuno.
There's no getting
around the fact that every
man appreciates quality,
Whether it be in a suit of
clothes, a newspaper, or a
, cigar. In
we have the utmost qual
ity in . both fabrics and
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