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RVHSMNO nUt.T.RTIN, IIOXOMJMJ. T. II.. MONDVV. NOV. H. 1910.
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ri nml by tlio Care from H
! RYCROFT'S I
P , FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS I
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ART GLASS DOMES
Specially Selected for the Holiday Trade
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
AS long as you are not a vege
tarian buy your supply of
meat where you know it is
clean and good.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUIS . . .Proprietor!
If It's Paint
AND YOO "WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
ARE 8 SEN EVERYWHERE
McCandless' Speeches Against
Immigration Prove Boss'
(HlieclnV II n 1 1 tin (.Vrrroinnilrnn )
WAII.UIUT, Maul, Nov. II. Tlio
Hopuhllcniis lumlc n clean sweep nil
Maul nnd Atolnktil. Kuhlo lfbllod tlio
Immense vote of lf.SG, ngnlnst 473 for
M Cniidloss nml .110 for Motley, or a
majority of 1113 over McCandless anil
Notlcy. MiCnndtoss' Immigration
speeches killed li 1 tii here, for even
leading Democrats who stood ready to
otu with their party could not vote
for "Kllwnl's" suicidal policy of keep
ing out liibororB that are greatly need
ed for tlio development of Industries.
With the boss went down to defeat
everyone who championed his cause,
even tlio Independent candidates who
called themselves Republicans, hut
wild espoused everything eUo Demo
cratic, excepting tlio name.
lloth Coulho and Kepolknl made a
grand light, hut they could notwln.
Campaign Mnnagcr Samuel K. Kn
lama and his associates havo taught
tstialght voting to till Republicans
throughout the county, and oven Coel
ho and Kepolknl havo helped piopn-
gate this principle In years gone hy.
m when they como around this ynir
telling tlio voters to chango for tl.em,
tlio people voted as they did bofmo
Htralght Hcpuhllcaii. Wnlliiku, Wal
heo and Ilium aro the only big pin
clncts which gavo the Indopcndonln
hlg returns. This was hec.iu.ei" Hiimo
aro Democratic Rtrniigho'ds l'very
liody knows Wnlliiku. fie lighting
llfth of Maul, has over threotlinndrod
on tlio Republican lolls, hut I Inn.
l'hlllp Pall, senatorial candidate, re
ceived hut ins votes, and in it forty
of these nro Homo Ititln votes. In
other wonU Wnlliiku Is tlio only Ile
puhllcnn precinct controlled hy Dem
Many of tlio lending Democrats
havo mado open declarations sluco
election day of their intention to Join
tlio Republican party, for the nro
getting tired of helnnglng tn n party
tluit declines In strength from year
to year, nml theso will ho Invaluable
additions to tlio Republican ranks.
Cumpalgn Manugcr Samuel li Kn
Iniun Is elated over the result of the
election, hut ho prefers tu celchrato
tn silence. However, tlio Walluku
ltcpuhllcuns will give n big hum at
tho Walluku Armory tomorrow nfter
noon, nt two o'clock, and it Is oxpect
ed nearly n thousand w III ,l,io tjiere.
. ' ' '''
Matched for Twenty Rounds
On Aftomoon of 24th,
Ad Wnlgnst nod Hat Nelsnn hnvo
been matched for n go at San Han
ds o on December 24, Wnlgnst
ngrcelng to fight on that dato In u
tolegtnm to Louis Illot, whl h rends:
"Cndlll.ie, Mich., Nnvemher 1!.
"I.nuls Illot, Snn Kraiirlsro:
"Will box N'oltun Sin I'rnnclsco
December 21, I'liuO anil SliOO ex
penses, wltli privilege of 40 per cent.
Let me know iiulcMy; vaudeville en
gagements, "AD WOI.OAST."
Illot, Willi tho telegram of Wol-
B.'ut and tho word of Nelson that ho
would l,gn articles for a return eii
gnmcnicnt with tho present light
weight champion, Is sure of n 20
I mind go nt his arena on the after
noon 05 December 24,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla ts a tonic
and alterative, free from alcohol.
What Is "tonic"? A medicine
that imparts strength or tone; a
medicine that builds up, gives
vigor and power. What Is an
"alterative" ? A medicine that
alters or changes-unhealthy ac
tion to healthy action. Ayer's
Sarsaparilla docs all this with
out stimulation. Ask your doc
tor if a family medicine, like
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, is not vastly
better without alcohol tlian
r- -.n. ti s..
t- MOTOR CARS
Your neighbor who has
n motor enr will ghojou
the strnlght tip If nu
run get him tn stop en
joying himself In tlio
f 1 est) nlr long enough to
H mX Ik
CHALMERS "30" TOURING CAP.
ABADIE'S TRENCH PROCESS USED IN CLEANING
Ball and Dinner Gowns and Evening
FRENCH LAUNDRY J. ABADIE, Proprietor 777 KING
Telephone 1491 No Branches
Time To Get Ready For
Preparations arc beinp midc to serve you here. Order your
PIES and other TABLE DELICACIES NOW. Select from this list:
MINCE. PUMPKIN. SQUASH and CRANBERRY PIES, and PLUM
ARE THE SOLE AGENTS
; Alexander Young Hotel
' Our Parcel Delivery passes yodr door twice n day.
1 . 1 d - '
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COUNT OF TI1K
I-'iifct Judicial Circuit of the Terri
tory or llnwnll. At Chambers, In
UUoico. Ida Kehutia, l.lbcllant, vs.
Din i.ond Koito:iii, Llhellee. Divorce
Oide. of l'uhllcatlnn. On reading
and filing the nllldavlt of said libel
laut lie: el n, In whMi she deposes
that Mid llhellee has departed from
the Tcirllnry of Hawaii and Is now
In pails, unknown and that she has
no Information as to what Is his post
olllco address or whether' ho has any
such add crs or at which placo let
ters addressed to him would most
likely to he leeched hy him nml
Hint Ms l.iBt known, phue of rest-'
donco was on the Island of Oalm,
C.ty and County of Honolulu, Terrl-i
tory of Hawaii, and' upon an Inspec
tion of the return or the. High Slier
Ic of tlio Territory of Hawaii, who
sought to mako service of process,
upon htm, tho raid llhellee herein, I
to the effect that said llhellee has
loti.-irtoil from this Territory anil
can not be found herein and that fori
1.1 ... nnl A...IA tinn
aaill rUHIHJII ml peieuuui rvi.iw MM"
Veen had tipnh him of said libel and'
summons herein; Now, therefore, lt
is Ordeiedj that notice of the pen
dency of Mild libel be given lo the
llhellee, hy publication thereor, nt'
least once n week for lx successive (
wceKs In the B vo n 1 n grTi u 1 1 e
1 1 fi. I n dally newspaper publ'shed
nsiflt Hopolulu. Territory of Ha-I
wall, and that said case shall be
heard and determined nt tho court
room or said Court on Monday, Jun-j
nary 9, 1911, at tho hour of .
o'clock a. m. of said day, or as soon
thereafter as counsol can be heard.
Dated, Honolulu, City and County of
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, this
31rt day of October. A. D. 1910.
(Sgd.) W. .1. ilOIHXSON, Third
ludge of the, Circuit Court, Tlrst
judicial Circuit, Territory or Ha
waii. 4703 Oct. 31; Nov. 7, 14, 21, 2R;
Don't Think Thoughts Six
Many a business man has said, "I'm not cnoutjli of a
mechanic to run an auto mobile, and I can't afford to
keep a chauffeur or pay bicj (jarage hills to keep my car
The man who ruya Hint Is thinking in termn of bW ,veaia nro
rx ears ngu curh n statement would nnt hae been in f'u
nmlrs The world hui moved in hx years and I lie nmklnr nf nutn
mobllpi has flinwn more progress than nearly nnythlng else.
Ynu can buy n real niilnninhlle now for ns low n prlen nt S 1 r,on
It Is so simple to oxrnto Hint villi pan, and should, drive It jnurnelf
It Is ho trouhle-prnnf )nu won't need to keep It In a g.irage and hale
high-priced mechanics tinkering with It nil the time.
Six years ago there was scarcely a real r'ltomoblle tn l.o bad nt any
lirlci). Hut nnw Just look around ynu. SVo the thousands nf men
llko yourself who use them constontlv. Talk In ynur m Ighbnr who
has one. He will give oil tho straight tip. If you ran ever gel him
to stop enjoying himself In tho fresh nlr long enough to do It
There are many cend rars nowadays, nnd aev grod car made by
nne of the well established com panics Is n good Investment.
Wo are rot In sviupathy with that sort of nutotrmhltp advertising
which Insinuates that all nther rars except the particular nne ndier
tlsed havo untried featureH and aren't worth hulf their price. A hnni
iner Is i very useful tiling In a carpenter shop, hut It bus always look
ed to us a Utile out of place In the hands of n salesmoji or udvertlslng
You need 11 car and you
0110 or a number of makes.
Ulu re I'.l'c Can Ynu lluj
Mm It Sen Ire for
won't make n mistake In buying any
Of course, we would like the prlillegn of. MicmliH: .Mm . il'o
Chalmers before nu buy. We know Hint we have P.M'f, ':!, o,ip, jet
If wo can't convince ynu that wn nffnr heller value,' ilnll.
than any 0111 else, why that Is our fault, not jours.
LICENSED UNDET SELDEN PATENT
The public has learnel that II
Is not iiii'iilutolv neressiiry In
buy luxury-prliel ears tn get
all (ho si-nice ibey want
T'..e pipfciciHi' or tho Chal
1111 rs "So", lir.oii Car. In mo
toring contest. nnd oiwmiH'
hands lias educated the public
to this fact
The Chalmers ".10" two. four
nr live pnSMMiger tpes will
answer eer requirement of
ppeed. pnuer and comfon that
the nveinge ninn rniiid ask Tlio
rernrd nf this car in winning
the 1110 Hllildn Trophy nver
2.S"1 i.iIIps r.f nil rorts of roads
In competition with cars twice
Its price and power Is siilllrlenl
proof id Its alillil) In dn all the
.ivemge owner could nsk or II
Upon the Chalmers ".10" and
"I'nrty" Is Btaked the future nf
11 great business organization
Hiory Ch.ilmcrH Car mid today
is helping the sale of other
Chalmers Cars ninny jenrs from
When j on buy a Chalmers
ynu buy, llrst, a car that will
glu )im full value and bard
tcnlce. -Vou buy also the co
operation and nsxhtiinco of ev
ery Clialiuers.agcnt in the coun
try 11m liu a guarauleo of
pi'rloiuuiiire and iiuallty back
d up by an organization that Is
lull; to May .
Kxuinli'r the 1911 ninduls nt
our h' owi nuns lyet us take
ou nit :i the CI111I ilit-r.-i "3
nnd deiynnlMtd. Its behavior
'inner all condlllonn.
Associated Garage, Ltd.,
Dealers in Motor Cars
FOR WHOLE WEEK
Tho Hawaiian baud will play nt Kin
ma Squnro this evening, beginning nt
half-pant seven o'clock. This Is moon
light concert weekend tho band will
play ovory evening. "Tojnonmv night
nt Thomas Square-, Wednesday oven
lug nt Aala Turk nnd Thursday nt
(ho Seaside Hotel nt Walklkl. rolttJW.
lug is tlio piosram ror this evening:
Ovortino Unrebt Storck
The Monk's Dream S.ifronl
rinnlo Thu Hiisueiiols. . .Moyerheor
HciiiIuIhcciicos of llelllnl (liKlfrcy
Vocal Hawaiian Songs. .Ar by llorgcr
Selection Tho Chocnlato Soldier..
Waltz Tho Mcu'y Widow (by ro-
Jlnrch Tlio Merry Widow (hy ro
Tho Star Spangled Ilanncr.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hate Always Bought
Do not think that because you have
not paid your Personal Tax (Poll,
Road and School) for this year or for
several years, that the Tax Office Is
not aware of the fact. The Tax Office
has a complete record of all persons
tubleet to a Personal Tax and If not
I p.Mcf wfien due, It only means that In
terett at the rate ol ten percent per
' .-..... I. nlltnn lilt nn.llrtftt VOU.
(Special llulletln Correspondence.)
WAH.UKU, Maul, Nov. 11. Kdwaril
II. Ilullry, one of Maul's most respect
ed und oldest citizens, passed awuy nt
him homo on Vineyard streets In Will
lukii nt eight oclncK Suturdny eve
ning, Nov. li, nged 73 years. Ho wn
born at Koliala, Hawaii, February,
1S.1G. His father was IMwurd Ilalley,
who, with his wife, started the Wal
luku Hoarding School lor Oil Is, the
pioneer seminary ror the Christian
education ot Hawaiian girls In the
kingdom qf the Kamchnmcbns. Mr.
Ilalley, Sr., win, born In Massachus
etts, and with Ills young hrldo cumo
to Hum all as a teacher. 1'lvo childisu
vycro horn of tills' union, nil boys. Tho
eldest was IMwurd 1!., and tho other
sons in order were, WUIInm 11., Ho
ratio II, Jus, II., and Chas. A. Ilalley
of Ios AngoleB, California, now crit
ically 111 in a hnspltal in thut tnwn.
All (ho other brothers 'arc dead.
IMwurd II. Ilalley waw, married In
Wnlliiku in Miss Emily Rune, widow,
Who nnw huivIvck him, nnd who wus
0110 of the llrBt pupils attending the
Walluku Seminary taught hy tho eld
Tho funeral BirvlceB were attended
by one of tho largest gatherings that
over turned out to pay IU respects to
a doparted friend. Itev II. II. Dodgo
if Walluku nnd li II. Turner of I'alu
'cnndiirted tho boi vices iissisted hy
Hov. Cunnnn W. S. Sl.urt of (he
Church of tho (iood Shepherd. A
quartette consisting ot Miss Carolyn
Hcholt.!, Mrs. Kuthryn Case, Hov. 11.
P. Judd and Mr. J. Illvors Hang u
benutirul funeral niithrui during tho
sen Icon. MesBi'n. Kiiulilmaliti nnd
Wilbur' wero ,lho .otlicr ineiubers of
(lio'cholr wio Joined in singing other
hymns. Miss Maty llolTiiiann was
nrgaal . Ti iu bcuei weio
Messrs C. I). I.iiikln, W. T llohlnsoi',
W. K ll.il, WitMiti, W. A. McKay, It.
A, Wudiiwniih. Members nf tho Wnl
liiku Hand tu iiulliirm joined the
funeral procession. The reuinlns
were Intoned In the l.uuily tomb, nt
Walluku ceinoiery, whole tho 'Inst
funeral tiles wiin raid hy the Hov,
WAII.UKl'. Maui. Nov 11. At Hie
mooting or Iho Hoard or Trustees or,
tho Walluku Union Chinch, held nt'
the Church Inihty, It was resntved dial
In as much ns Mr. Hlw.-ird II. Ilalley
has been returned bv dejth tinm our
Chinch nnd Hoard of Trustees wo do
slro In expri.s nur deep seme nf lnh
nt h! departuie, and nur keen nppril
clallnii of Hie services that ho had.
lendeied our organization during tho
entire existence nf the Church. 1
Wo herehv expiess our slncoro
sympathy with tho bereaved fninlly. .
The Ilnnrd or Trustees nr Iho
Wnlliiku Union Church or Wnl
C. K. COPHI.AND,
J. A. MAN,
.Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sowall & Co., Bath, He.
Parrott & Co., .San Francisco
Badger's Firo Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
iUIUNNELJ, AUTOMATIC al'RWKLEB)
Neuiaan Clook Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & SXunioh Fire Ins. Oo.
KOltT STREET, WfcAR MERCHANT
AWAKES AS FROM A
DREAM AFTER 40 YEARS
Victim of Explosion Asks About
It, and Is Dazzled By tlio
KIINTON. ()., Oct. 22. Waking ns
U fiom a long dream, .John William
Hxllno, wbn'e mind wn made vn
blank hy an e -nliulou foity years
iigo, Is nnw trjlns to reconcile pies
out day londltlona with tho wmld us
ho remembers It. ,
Knrty years ngn Kxllne was it suw
ycr In a mill nt Klndlav, O, An ex
pliwlon wrecked the mill mid Injured
all nr the employes. Kxllne was
hurled many reet, qilcket) up uncon
scious, and nrter hovering many d.ivis
between life and death, reeiiveied
from bodily nllmcnts hut was men.
Now lib ml ml has ele.ned nnd he
Is dazzled and nm.ucd by telephones,
automobiles und aeroplanes, To him
nil three nro almost beypnd belief.
His astonishment Is childlike. PIx
Itno hys It seems that ho has just
awakened from u dioam or a trance.
HO CHRIST5IAS PRESENT SO PLEASING TO THE
RECEIVER AS A
This wonderful Foinlnin Pen Ins twc'.ve diUlnct !
turci which place it n'jovc nil other pena.
Four Sizes and Prices $2.50, $3, $4 and $5
HOTEL, NEAR FORT
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