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i:vi:nino iiullktin, Honolulu, t. ii, w ednhsday nov i idio
10.1 fi I
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? We can
furnish positive proof that it lias made many remarkable
cures after all other means had failed.
Women who are suffering with some form of female
illness should consider this.
As such evidence read these two unsolicited testimonial
letters. We guarantee they arc genuine and honest state
ments of facts.
Onrdlner, jrnlno. "I was a great sufferer from n fcmnlo
ilUcuto mill weaklier. Tin; doctor mil.l I Mould Imvo to go to
tliu liostiltnl for mi operation but I could not liear to think of It.
" I.jilla i:. lMnUlinm'H Vrgrtubln Coinpoiunl completely cured
mo In throe months." JUrs. S. A. AVllllnms, K.lD. N'o.l4,liox
HO, (iivrdlncr, Ale.
So. "West Harbor, Me. "I suffered for years with pnlnful
tiTlodN, lmckaclie, liontluclios, iicmoiiniicn, Irregularities mid
Inflammation. I coiiNUltetl two ihslclanH and one advised mo
to have nil operation.
" I uns completely (IlKeoiirntfert when I decided totryT,ydla K.
IMiikhniii'x Vcgetnblu Conipound, and It has mndo me a well
Monmn. UndvlHO all Millcrinir tinmen to take I.Mlla K. l'lnk
liiim's Vegetable Compound." Mrs. Lllllnu Itobbliis. South
West Harbor, Me.
Evidence like the above is abundant showing that the
derangements of the female organism which breed all kinds
of miserable feelings and which ordinary practice does not
cure, arc the very disorders that give way to Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Women who are afflicted with similar troubles, after
reading two such letters tis the above, should be encouraged
to try this wonderfully helpful remedy. '
For .10 years T.ytlln 13. Plnkhnm's Vcgetnblo
Compound lias been the standard remedy for
female Ills. No'slek woman does justice to
herself who will not try this famous medicine.
Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and
has thousands or cures to its credit,
tart Mrs. Plnkham in Itcs all sick women
WW to write her for ndlcc. She lint
guided thousands to health free of chnrge.
Address Mrs. lMiikhmn, Iiyim, Mnss.
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Order a Case for the home
Rycroft's Fountain Soda Works
i Phone 2270
Hot Shots'Wcrc'Exchangcd On
Night Before Election
(Hixtlnl 11 ill I it I ti CimiMuknc
WA11.UKU, Maui Nov 8 Hath tins
lttpiililluiii and ilome-lltilu Dumocrit
tic cniiilidutCB niKiku to lingo gather
ings on Market street last evening
Tliu Hupiiulluitis liml the Wnlluku
baud and tliu c.iiulliliitca Hpoko from
tlio middle of tliu struct near corner
of Market mid Mnln Mreots. Tlic
Kpc.ikcrg wcro Clias Ijikc, A. F. Tn
Mirt'H, Clem Crowill, Samuel Kctllnol
mid otlicrs. Tlic tiicukcrti were all
tli eei cd.
At tlic other corner nlxno tho Aloha
Saloon the Home Ilulu Domocratuliclil
forth, music being furnished by n
stringed orchestra. Tliu speakers here
weio Sam Kuula, Harry Mossin.in,
Aiitunu do llego, W, J. Coclho T. I).
I.) mis, A. U Naono and A. N. KcikiI
kid The Breakers' wcro eiithusUatl
cally reccled. .
Mr. C I.. Kookoo In the course of
Ii Ih arguments, and ho li.is been using
tlio same In all tho outsldo precincts,
urged tho pioplo to oto for the
straight ticket, mid neer wasta an
lullols for Independent candidates an
hu'iigrccd with tho Mnul News In that
respect uliltli likened liulcputideiit
cmidldntcg to "kclkl pooolo" or f.ithor
leRS children. Mr. Thos Clark the
noted Democrat strongly spoke
against Coetlio for rehiring to liccime
n Democrat, ami at Coullio Is still n
Hcpuljllciiii liu It thuitCoro no better
than his kind In his estimation Tliu
spcccljmnklug lusted until after clev
en o'clock mid gicat (.ii'liusl.isin pre
vailed until tho last speaker, tho
most commoiipl in utterances, nohcn
steal In the extiiuie, being cheered to
the echo, anil tlio prolmll of the
Aloha Saloon had Its benign effect on
some of the audit me.
Largo intetlngH weiu ulso held at
I.ahain.i. Jtidgo Kepolkal BKike theic
hi tho earl) part of the ecnlng, mid
got back to Walluktl In time to make
another speeih hcie. Many of tho
Ilepiilillcau cnndldates also had big
meeting at Wnlhoe
Today the election In going on cry
quiet I) In all tho precincts Ilcpuli
HcaiiB ocrhero nro ory Banguln"
or bikccbb and Campaign Manager
tlio Hon Senator 8. K, Kul.ima Is cry
hopeful of 'tho result. Kuhlo Ik lead
Ing In most of tho precincts and his
biipporUrs believe that ho will have
almost ICOfl Mites In this county.
Knupo the 18th was tho first pre
cinct to send in Its returns nbout
noon Kaluulanaolo .12. McCnndtcss
2, und Notlcy lfi; Huclo was tlio next
with Kulnnlnuaolo 10, McCandlcss 2,
Olnwnlu at 2'30 send In Kntanlanfi
olo 32, McCandlcss 3, Notlcy 3 Thin
In tho tlueo precincts aheady return
ed Kuhlo Is leading by overwhelming
big majorities and tliu same Is ex
pected from all the other precincts In
this county McCandlcss stock lias
gono iluwn, while Kuhlo's Is ever on
the ascendant. "Indications nro for a
ltcpiibllcan landslide," remarked n
prominent Republican at 3 o'clock
SHINGLE GOT BIHER WORDS
TRENT BOUQUET FOR HUSTACE
Courteous Act of Retiring
Treasurer In Accepting.
When Treasurer elect KliliiMe urrh
cd In Ills office nl a late hour this
forenoon ho found ii terj elaborate
iKJiifjiict of flowers
Opening It, Mr. Shingle round at
tuched thereto tho card of Tieasurcr
Trent, who congratulated his oppon
cut on his nieces ut tlio ill mid
wished lilm succors. In office
This was a or courttous act and
was ory much upprcclutid lij Tiea
PRINCE KUHIO HAPPY
lloss Mcrniullrss, after refusing to
nnccdo the Island of O.ilm to Ku-
lilo, oven after 11 was untluuMcill)
a wnlkana (or tho Delegate, got
disgusted when tho retains fimn tlio
other hluitd hegnn to gle Kuhlo n
I irger and larger in.ijiirlt and II
nail), tired out b his strenuous
day'H work, left Dcmirr.illc hc.id
rju.irtct for his bomc.
I'rlucc Cupid sliiH'd downtown
nio-t of the night, lsltlug ltepulill-
f Ih'.hIiiu irtem often. After sco
'iig that his own c.iuso was afe, his
next loureru wiih for the iltj and
-ount ticket. x
"The oto glen mo Is an exprcs
slou of cmifidenca In me and a ltuli
.itlen of my record In Congiebs,"
f.ild Kuhlo when his election w-.n
iluchid. "I am sorr that tho on
tire Itcpiibllinu ticket Is not elected '
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME T0K SHARP
AEE SSEN EVERYWHERE
ABADIE'S TRENCH PROCESS USED IN CLEANING K
Ball and Dinner Gowns and Evening
FRENCH LAUNDRY J. ABADIE. Proprietor J77 KINO.
Telephone 1491 .- - ' jj0 Branches
.Time To Get Ready For
Preparations nrc bcinr; made to serve you here. Order your
PIES and other TABLE DELICACIES NOW. Select from this list:
MINCE. PUMPKIN. SQUASH and CRANBERRY PIES, and PLUM
(llllll.iud (I)) V)
f. K Klipail (II) 01
I I'crnaudtz (11) 313
I). Kuhlmaiiii (I)) 80
It A l)als (I)) isr.
P. I'ahln .(It) 100
Kaon.i (ft) 97
J. I'aiKi (I) 10
Kalawala (I)) 31
l'unaluii to hear from '.
O Cox (llj Hfi
T. K. Clark (I)) in
Thomas Square 'Precinct Is
On Black List of Re
publicans. Cluitlcu lliutucc or iiiij of his fol
lowers could have had u fight eer)
minute of their existence had thej
liccn In evidence at Urpubllcan head
iliiarteiB this morning.
The Tilth of the Pourth, tho
'llioinus Square preclu't, ninda n
must wretched showing for tlio
straight Republican ticket, and es-
peclalli for l.ano. That Is llustacc's
precinct and one of the linolc pre-1
(IiicIb that was the subject tor bit
ter and vociferous comment b the
lliiwall.iu-Amcrl an Itcpiibllcnns.
"D.imiT the luiolc," s.ild one ful
lower of bane who had been up all
night, was mad and tired und didn't
care who knew- It. I
"You talk to us llawailans about
voting tho t-tralght ticket, and took,
at the Thomas Squira haolu pre
cln t' llanin the Ii lolu! Damn the
haolol Damn the liaolo split 'ticket
"If tho liaolcs of llustaco iircclnct
had oted ttr.ilglit on tlio mn.wir'H.
t ckct, Ijiiic would havo been circled.
Dunn the h.iolc' 1 Ii.iI'h tho a)
5 011 stand b) the llawiillaui!" I
lltutatc and his followers in tlio
Plflh I'riclnct couldn't In- elected to
the front row of a dog fight this
"SHIRLEY .PRESIDENT" SUSPENDERS
arc the only stnpcndcrs made with the sliding cord in the
which instantly responds to every
movement oi the body one! relieves all
strain on the shouldcri and trouser
buttons. Tills makes " Shirley Pres
ident" Suspenders not only the most
comfortable, but the most durable.
Ask your dealer lor the "Shirley
President" Suspender the genuine
has"Shirley Presidenf'on the buckle.
A. Edgirton Manutacturinrj Co
SHINLCV, MASS, U. . A.
! Every pair 4 I
Avoid U I
Interior f I
Why Don't You Use a
WESTINGuOuSE ELECTRIC IRON
Jfrfr "ffl V
Highest in Quality Lowest in Cost
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
(Klxilit llullctln Wlrrlrns)
V.'AII.UKtJ. Mini. Mi ! llcpiib-
II,. l,t IX .ln alf.MII I H I lill tlf Kl.llll lltlll
v...... ..; .,.... ...kv, -
Mookui. lb turns tent to hcaibiuar-
tcrti last u l-Ii t (orn'ct
l'urther returlm are-
Kline, IS" I; Keohol.iilole, 72.".
Wilcox; no opposition
llaldwlti, ll5, lleratil, ....
W r n k I r II n 1 1 1 1 n l nrr frur.
(biHilil llultutln Win bus)
I.IIIUi:, Kiiual, Nov. !). Kauai
county has given a majority for
every llepiihlli.iu candidate.
Out or u total registration of 1120,
with NooIiju, Milld ltcpiibllcan, jet
to hear fioni, Kuhlo gets CIC, Me-
Caiulleta 315, und Notley 57.
Senator Kuiidseu, llcpulillcaii, goto
COG to 372 tor Candler, Democrat,
'I liu voto for Representative Is:
Republicans Illco, ti)9; Conoy, C23;
llilild), 551; Slioldon, 54 C, Demo
cr.its Naauinu, 230; Kalian, 2.15;
.Mlkaclu, 221; and Insurgent Kul.i,
Sheriff llltoigctu 578 to 382 or
Suporvlsors Valmc.i: Oay (Hop.)
177, Knunt (l 11.) 77; Kiiwalliao:
Itodrlginz (Hon ) 110. Kn.tuwal (11.
II ) 41, Kalcliihl (I)um ) C.
Nominees fijrl all other ortlcea
Btrulght-IiepuliHIeaus elected where
A feature of the count In tho PI rut
of tlio Pourth was tho frequency with
which tho caller-off of tho numes on'
tho ballots shouted, ' Cut out tho
miijoi " About forty-thno ballots
weie cast bj voters that did not care
to show uny picfeiemo for iiinnr
iitid so did not glvo cither candidate
for Hint olIKo u voto
Thore weio a number ot ballots
thrown out In this precipe t for Irreg
ulii.lticR In.llpj-ipnrkliiK. ,
W'ifiPTIPtnX' learns on tale at
fie Bulletin otfiee.
YEE CHAN & CO.
Corner King and Bethel Streets
NOW IN PROGRESS
The Greatest Sale in the history
of Honolulu of High-Grade Goods
Half of the $60,000 Stock of Yee
Chan Co.'s .Merchandise is being
sold at prices that startle all com
petition. Below we quote a few prices to give you an idea how
this stock is being sold: ,
MEN'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENT
Hundreds of strictly man-tailored suits; all of
the season's latost styles, including cashmeic,
.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
Men's Fancy Half Hose, worth 20 cts, pair, nov
75 cts. per Box of 6 pairs.
GINGHAMS, GINGHAMS, GINGHAMS.
Sold in ovory city in tlio U. S. for 10 cts. pel
yard, as long as they last 10 yards for $1.00.
UNDERWEAR ALL SIZES.
All Men's Undorwear fon.icfly 50 els each, now
three Garments for $1.00.
AS long as you are not a vege
tarian bjiy your supply of
meat Where you Rnow it is
clean and good.
Metropolitan Meat Market .
HEILimON & LOUIS . , Proprietor
S"WniWlne 18H -
Better than Cclcry-Soda, and with all the pleasant flavor
and beneficial results.
I will cure Hcadnclics, Sour Stomach, Indigestion.
Effervescent and Sparkling
AIL SIZES. rROM 25 CENTS TO $1
Benson, Smith. & Co.,
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Do not miss this sile if you value money. Never be
fore, never again, will such matchless values be offered
in Honolulu. We arc overstocked and must make room.
The low prices at which we are selling High-Class mer
chandise should induce you to lay tin one year's supplies.
STACKS OF REMNANT GOODS AT REMARKABLE
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sowall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., Saw Franoisoo
Badger' Firo Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
.'JltlNNKU. AUlUMlTlU SrRlNKLhK)
Neuman Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohen & Munich Fire Ins. Op.
FOKT SrREET, NEAR MERCHANT
YEE CHANI& CO
Conor King and Bothel Streets.
NEW TRIVMED HATS
WERE RECEIVED ON THE WILHELMINA
K UYEDA 1028 iNuuanu St.
ARE THE SOLE AGENTS
Alexander Young Hotel
Our Parcel Delivery passes your door twice a day.