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Half of $60,000 StocR of Mer
chandise is being sold at
WINDOWS, COUNTERS and CSES ARE
FULL OF BARGAINS
' SALE CLOSES SATURDAY, NOV. 19th
YEE CHAN & CO.
Co-ier Kine and Bethel Streets,
Pa lei mKPh
j What Army and Navy J
! Folk Are Doing j
All run down, easily tired, ncrv- j
ous? And do not know whit i
, to take? Then go direct tj !
your doctor. Ask his opinion
of Aycr's Sarsaparilla. It con
tains no alcohol, no stimulation,
and is a blood purifier, a nerve
iuiiil, a siiuii uiiiiauti.-, 1..1 ma
to digestion. Ask your doctor
1 about Aycr's non-alcoholic Sar
1 saparilla as a strong tonic for
! tntuU It Dr. 1. C. Apr i C. I...H Mm., U. 8. A.
A World Beater
SHE SLEEPS ON A "LEGGETT"
Guaranteed for ten years. The only
Sanitary Spring made.
COYNE FURNITURE CO.,
Limited, Local Agents
THE GRABOWSKY TRUCK
1, lVz, 2 AND 3 TONS 35 AND 45 HORSEPOWER
A RKMOVAIILR POWER PLANT: Hiinloned Steel RUSIIINGS In
every working part; KMKIK1RNCV CONDENSING CIIAMUKR; POSt
TIVI3 MECHANICAL Oltlnj? Sjstcm.
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO., Agents W. M. MINTON. Mrt.
Phone 21GG 875 South Street. Near Kine
ART GLASS DOMES
Specially Selected for the Holiday Trade
! The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
THE PIE FOR
IS THE PIE
Heinz Mince Meat
don't forget that.
Your Grocer has Heinz Mjnce Meat and all the
Clean Curtains for Thanksgiving
The most critical of your puests will be unable to find fault
with your curtains after we have cleaned them,
FRENCH LAUNDRY J. ABADIE, Proprietor 777 KINO ST.
Telephone 1491 No Branches
IS TO BE SOLD
(Continued from lace 1.)
nml It may lie Hint when the history-
, milking cruiser Ib auctioned off, Ho
, iiiilnlii will lie represented In the
! The llostnn Is now nt tlie nnvy
yniil, Pugot Sound, Wash., lying at
anchor, hnttcred mid nged from years
'of hard service mid other yearn of
'neglect. Ilullt In 1883 at n post of
$."iCS,!I2.", she Is now appraised at
only $13,000, and It In exceedingly
unlikely that tiny hldder will offer
that much for what Is little more
than n hulk filled with scrap Iron.
Willi her Is the V. S. S. Concord,
a second-class gunboat, nlfo marked
for auction. Tho Concord Is apprais
ed at $13,000.
Sealed proposals will he received
nt the navy department until noon,
Deeeraher 7, for the purchase of one
or both of these vessels. They will
he sold for cash to the highest bid
deis. With the passing of the old Uos
ton passes one of the leinlndoiB of
the ovcithrow of the Hawaiian mon
archy In ISO:!. The lloston and Lieu
tenant Lucion Young, afterward '
commander, llgured prominently In
the stirring sienes of the bloodless!
evolution that resulted In the over
thiow of the moiimrhy uiidei Queen'
l.llliiokal.ini and tho establishment of
the provisional government, after
ward of tho tepub Ic and still later
of the Territory.
The iiuUer llotton was sent to
llnwallnii wuteis In August, 1892, to
relieve the U. S. S. San Francisco.
She wus commanded by Captain (3.
11. Wlltbo and Young was n lieuten
ant. It' was the policy of tho Unit,
ed States to keep naval forces in
these waters to piotect the great
11)0 Boston arrived on August 24.
Already tho miitteilugH of revolution
wero beginning to bo heard, and the
discontent with the monareliy was
nppaient on all sides. It Jirokq out
Into tho revolution, and the lloston.
to protect property interests of Amer
icans j find maintain oi'der, sent
aniline a battalion, of marines.,
On January 111, ISBTl, tho battalion
was landed, under" command of Lieu
tenant Young, at tho old llrcwer's
whnif, now tho Matsou wharf, at fi
o'clock lu tho afternoon. One squad
was detailed to piotect tho American
consulate, while tho main body
marched up Merchant Btrcet through
the I'.ilaie Scruitte, and that night
bivouacked half a mile out on King
btrcet. On the following morning
tho battalion mustered in tho rear of
tho Opeiu House, and remained tlicio
for two days, guarding tho avenues
of appionch to tho Pulire, where tho
provisional government was In proc
ess of formation.
The establishment of tho govern'
meat and subsequent events aio fa
miliar to every knmaalna in the Ter
ritory. Tho ltoston's t loops wero
kept In the city until April 1, when
they weiu sent back on boaid the
cruiser, having maintained law mid
ordor admirably. Thilr moro pres
ort -o was a powerful Influence for
'The llotton has been In Hawaiian
waters since that tline'lthd Lucion
v- i...- i I !..
1 Willi, lltiq pivcn iiiiiti Butuitu iifiiinf
llotli nro'rountPil as old filondi, Thf)
announcement, inni ino nosion is in
be auctioned off or sent to tho hone-
yard will ho received with something
llko sadness by those who remember
the part she played in the establish
ment of freo government in the Is
Weekly Bulletin SI Per Year
Terrified Ulder (In lilied motor
car) I say, you'rn going too fast.
Chauffeur Oh, you're all right, sir.
We always Insure our passongeis.
Battleship Target Practice.
The following Id the older of stand
ing of the-IB vosicls of the Atlnn'tc
battleship fleet ns n result of tho fir
ing on the tecent Initio practice. As
nil of the nrmoied cruisers are jet
to flro under the R.-ime rules, this
standing may bo dunged as a icsult
of the records made by thine cssols.
It rcprescnti however, the relative,
gunnery efficiency of tho ships If only
the 10 were In competition.
Tho gunnery efficiency pennant and
(he actual standing of nil tho com
peting vessels rannot be decided un
til tho nrmored cruisers have fired.
0. North Dakota.
7. New Hampshire.
0. South Carolina.
0. Hhodc Island,
in. Louisiana. ,
The list below shows the Command
ing Ofllcer, Rsecullvp Officer, Navi
gator, and Ordinance Ofllcer of each
vestel In tho Atlantic. Meet nt tho re
cent battle practice:
Delaware Cnpt. C. A. novo, CO.:
Coindr. W. M. Orose, Kxecntlvo;
Llcut.-Comdr. W. It. nheraill, Naviga
tor; Lloiit-Comdr. L. M. Ovorstrect,
Minnesota Comdr. W. 8. Sims,
CO.; Comdr. H. O. Clatet, Kxecntlvo;
Llcut.-Comdr. K. S. Kellogg. Naviga
tor; Llcnt.-Comdr. Austin Kauti, O.O
Vermont Capt. Walter McLean, C
O.; Comdr. Henry I-'. Bryan, execu
tive; Llcut.-Comdr. R. II. Watson, Na
vigator; Lleut.-Comdr. Ollhcrt Chase,
Idaho Capt. II. O. Dunn, CO.;
Lleut.-Comdr. Phillip Williams, Kxecn
tlvo; Lleut-Comdr. W. P. Scott, Navi
gator; Lieut, J. W, Tlmmons, O.O.
Nobrnska Capt. John T, Newton,
Rxccutlvo; Llcut.-Comdr. K. M. Den
nett. Navigator; Lieut. C. R. Court
CO.; Lleut.-Comdr. 0. O. Mitchell,
North Dakota Capt. Albert Oleav
es, CO.; Commander Charles P. Plun
ked, Executive; Lleut.-Comdr. E. II.
Campbell, Nnvlgolor; Llcut.-Comdr.
T. C. Hart. O.O.
New Hampshire Cnpt, T. S. Rod
gernt C.O.; Llcut.-Comdr. V. II. Scho
flcld! Executive; Lleut.-Comdr. C. L.
Hussey, Nnvlgator; Lieut. It. L. Ilerry.
South Carolina Capt. A. K. Fech
teler, CO.; Comdr. .1. C Leonard, Kx
ecntlvo; IJcut.-Comdr. L. S. Thomp
son, Navigator; Lleut.-Comdr. T. T.
Ilhode Island Capt. T. D. firlmn,
CO.; Lleut.-Comdr. T. J. Senn. Kxe
onlle; Lleut.-Comdr. J. It. llrady Na-
vlcator: Lleut.-Comdr. W M Pnlenn-I
Louisiana Cnpt. A. O. Wlnterhnlt
er, CO.; Comdr. Q. 11. Ilradshaw, Ex
ecutive; Llciit.-Conidr, Arthur MacAr
thur, Navigator; Llcut.-Comdr. N. L.
Virginia Cnpt. James H, Olcnnou,
CO.; Lleut.-Comdr. II. It. Hough, Ex
ecutive; Lleut.-Comdr. V. II. nruniby.
Navigator; Lieut. C. H. Klsher, O.O.
Mississippi Capt. W. F. Fullam, C.
O.; Lleut.-Cfdiidr. Cloland Davis, Ex
ecutive; Liout.-Comdr. A. O. Kavan
agh, Navigator; Lieutenant J. It. Do-frec-s,
Connecticut Capt. W. II. Rush, C.
O.; Comdr. M. L. Miller. Executive;
Mont. Comdr. L. McNumeo, Nnvlga
tor; Lieut. Comdr. A. St. C Smith, O.
Kansas Capt. Charles .1. Badger, C.
O. Lieut. Comdr. N, E. Irwn, Execu
tive; Lieut. Comdr. F. E. Itldgcley,
Nalgator; Lieut. W. K. Woitmon, O,
Oeoiglu dipt, W. I Itodgers, C.
O.; Lleut.-Comdr. James F. Carter,
Executive; Lieut. Comdr. C It. Miller,
Ninlgator; Mont, Comdr, A, J. Hop
Michigan Cnpt. N, R. Usher, CO,;
Lieut. Comdr. C F. Proston, Execu
tive; Lieut. Comdr. D. F. &eliers, Na
vlgator; Lieut. Comdr. C. S. Kompff,
Proud of Submarines.
Tho trip of tho submarines Orampus
and Plko fioin San Francisco to San
Diego, making over 500 miles In a lit
tlo over eight days; Including thotlmo
Hint tho II t tlo vpssctls wero stormbound
nt Pent San Luis, Is one of tho mar-.
Sels of tho Navy. Tho vessels have a
.complement, of ono officer and twelvo
men and are considered old Btylocom.-,
j'jared1 irf'tho submarines' which mo at
tjiesent being built.
The torpedoes lu uso on tho sub
marines havo been fired at least 800 1
limes nnd as a consequence nro much
woik worn, especially about tho me
chnnlcnl pails. Regardless of this tho
vessels have piled up a scoro that Is
tho envy of oven tho destroyers. It
has been learned fiom naval officers
that weio present at tho recent tosts
of the submarines nt San Diego, Hint
these tesls woio not only creditable,
but spoke volumes for tho efficiency
of tho csuels. Accoidlng to their io-
poits, largo numbers of civilians were
prescn' and cheered tho vessels i
they arose from each dlo nml groalljJ
encouraged tho offlceis cmumandlnS'
tho smalt flotilla by their Interest In
Iho vat lous ninnemcrs, ,
Dell to Philippine!.
-Major Ocneral Franklin Hell Tint
been relieved as chief of staff by Mn-V
Jor-deneral Wood and will go to Ma
nila on the December transport 're
lieving Mnjor-Oeneral William Duvall
of tho command of the Division of
The icllcf In M,nnlln will take placo
on January 13, at which the General
Duvall retires nfter forty-one yoars of
Oenerni Duvall relloved fjencral
Weston In command ofho Philippine
Division last year nt Iho time the lat
ter had to leave tho Islands on account
of III health nnd went home to assume,
command of tho Department of California
hi Hill TO URGE
"I nm going to urgo the suspension
of tho coastwise shipping laws upon
Congress when 1 get to Washington."
Delegate Kuhlo made the above
statement this morning In reply to a
question nsked by n II u 1 1 e 1 1 n re
porter. The Prince will leave on tho Mnn
clturlu, sailing fiom this port on Nov.
2.". He will be accompanied by Col.
Sain Pnrkor ami J. T. McCrosson.
From Lincoln to Taft the Sen
timent Has Been for
Six Presidents, beginning with
Lincoln and ending with president
Taft, have in the course of their
public utteiiiuces declined strongly
for the piotc tlve tariff. They havo
argued that the best Interests of tho
country demand a continuance of
this principle. The Pio-sldeutB with
their statements on tho tariff nro
Lincoln I don't know much about
the tariff, but I know this mti'li:
When wo buy manufactured goods
abroad we get the goods and the for
eigner gets tho money. When wo
buy tho manufactured goods at homo
we get both tho goods nnd tho
U i tint Tho American system of
locating manufacturing next to the
plow and the pastuic has produced
a lesult noticeable by tho Intelli
gent portion of 'all commercial na
tions. Harrison Tim more, work there
Is to tlu lu this country the higher
the wages that will ho paid for do
ing It. That policy whji'h. secures
the largest timoiin,t of work to bo
done nt h(nio Is the lolcy which
will sccuro to our laboring men
steady employment at tho uet
wages. , ' j
' Mc-Klnloy The Republican 'iiu'ity
stands for honest money and tho
bunco to earn It by honest toll.
Protection has vindicated It
self. It can not be helped by eulogy
or hurt by defamation; It has work
ed Its own demonstration and it pro
Eonts In the sight of tho whole world
its nuitchless trophies.
Roosevelt This country haB and
this country noeds bettor paid, bettor
educated, better fed nnd better
clothed woiklngmen, of a higher
typo than mo to be found in any
foreign country. R 1ms nnd It needs
a higher, moro vigorous and moro
prospoioiiB typo of tllleis of tho fcoll
than Is possessed by any otlior "oun
Taft Tho present business system
of the country rests on tho protec
tive, tariff and any attempt to chango
It to a fieo trado basis will cettaln
ly lead to disaster. It Is Important
that all Republicans who bcllevo in
tho party principles as declined lu
tho national platform of 1908 should
give tho 'candidates loyal and effec.
tlve support. If this Is dono there
will ho no doubt of a Republican ma
jority. The only alternntivo is n
Frank Klnus, the Pittsburg mid
dleweight, lias accepted Promoter
Mcintosh's offer of threo bouts In
London, but will not stand for Papko
tiB olio of tho tlitee. men ho will
meet. Ho wants a special match
with Papko and ho wants ns much
money ns Pnpke receives, figuring
Hint his services mo woith Just ns
much us Pnpke's. No tlmo has been
set for Klaus to go to England,
Monday, the 21st
Just in from Now York
Strong and lustrous, and particularly ',
desirable for house gowns and pretty
Gomes in 12 Different Colorings
Plain and Two Toned
24 Inches Wide
Speoial on Monday at
25c a yard
New Season Flannelettes
Arc Here. See Windnw Display
OUR SALE is fast drawing
to a close on account of
lack of goods. But we still
have a part of the LARGE
CONSIGNMENT of READY
MADE DRESSES, which we
are almost 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 the Goods
. ! W'
L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
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