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nVKNINCJ lllM.t.CTIN'. IIONOMIM'. T II. I'lUIUY NOV !',, 1910
3 Days Specials
Is at hand and
c v c r y b o d y
Wc will plocv on sale every "piece of
Ribbon in die store at prices that can
not be duplicated.
This opportunity suggests that it
Would be a good plan to buy now
what yon need in tjiis line.
Sec Window Display
Sale for 3 Days Only
Fort Street, Opposite Catholic Church
TAKE TIME TO SEE
OUR LINE OF
Toys, Toilet Sets, and
BEFORE SELECTING YOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
CHOICE STOK OF HATS AND SHOES
WAH YING CHONG CO.,
King Strest, Next to Fhhmarket
THE GRABOWSKY TRUCK
1, Vn, 2 AND 3 TONS 35 AND 45 HORSEPOWER
a ri:movaiii,i: rowmt plant j Hardened stcci husihngs in
eery wnrMns iart. KMUItOKXCY COND12NSIXU CHAMUEIt; l'OSI
TIVH Mi:CIIANICAIi Olllnj; System.
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO., Agents W. M. MINTON. Mpr.
Phone 21G0 875 South Street. Near King
AND HARD CITY
HlO JAN'ClllO. Not umber 21. Tni:- unilcr the clicumstanccs. with tho on
Imj ndvantiiBe (if tho fact that prai.- l.v threo batllcblilps In the hands of
tU'ull) nil llielr ofllccni wcro iishoio. Iho mutineers uml tho city complete
iitteudliiK a bamiuet, tlm ciews (it tho 1) at tho mucy of thu Krcut Kims,
TlrazIIlnti li.itllchliln Minus , (ieruc ' toted to accede to tho demands.
Han I'nnlii and llahla. tho tliivu inod-l Tho chamber irf deputies dohatc.l
urn dicmliioiiKlits of tho navy, miitlii- tlc ,anL.r a lUy osterday, soniu
led on tho night of Wednesday. Cap- K.n,)Crs urisulue teheincnlly against
tain Notes and two Junior oillceis. lncul y of tho loinn linioscd by
iino on euch of tho great ships, wore t10 ,m,nCers. Lust night Iho chain
seized hy tho mutineers anil put In ,er was still lu dlsagifemeiit. and
death, whllo n niotsago was scntu ailjourjimunt was taken without a
HHhoro fioiii tho harhor iinchoiago ' .leclslto vote having been culled for
whero tho thlp lay In tho effect, that completely In Control,
tho pa of the bojiii.ui must must bo j t10 mutineers have tholr ships In
Increased, corporal punishment uboafd n,0 imrl,or. with etouin up, awalllng
teasels i, the navy mutt bo al.ijtlhheil . (Io,elJ1,lnvnt T0 ,,,. lmv Iul
niu Ui full paidoipnu-tt bo granted th;,,,.,, tI)tl,(l nuta UIU, ,1!lV0 ,,.
u.iiurwiso u.e snips jvoum- Kemchm-.htH-steadily nlaylnjs across
.... '. .-.. i .......
tho haihor to ptuteut any iKisslblllty
'$ Ti'Klv&-'iilni uml emphasis jo tho "f a surpilso In tho forjn of an at
iiuiiiiiiiiiB, uuu 10 uemuiiKiiuiu lueir mis iiuui loipuuo imam,
torlousnuss, tlio thieo olIlcerlcHs ships They have, nppaieutly, tho sltua
Iickhii to flic shells Into Dm business ( Hon completely In their linvds. , Tho
section or iho clly, Iho firing being navy department has no s'hlps fqual
carried on In a ileeullory manner, i.'" uu eugagoment with uny ono of tho
itliteo i icaunoiis its. when are now
I and modern In" every jespect. ' Tlio
LoiiuroM was Immediately enlled llnl,,r , , ,lllllei,p nl', u ttl,ld ,)0
Itilo u.xtiuordlusiiy session to consld
it tho ik'iuauds of tho mutinous sail-1
Impossible to destroy tho battleships,
OM-u If tho it ii t ion would allow Iho
Everybody Rests, Eats, Drinks'
and Makes Merry in '
IloiinltCit obioned u big Thanks
gMiig yesteiduv. l-'ioni early morn
ing until Jalo til night it wus n day of
l est, for4 tho workeia, of (calling, mer
i Intent iiud giving or thanks for Iho
liteasuto nml profit of tho past jcars
Pmctlcally all work slopped. Allf
business houses, shops mid establish
mentg weio closed nt some tlmo lim
ine lire day, most of them all tho
lime. A llttlo necessai) woik was
dono on tlio wateifront. but very llttlo
Sitolal. lellglnus mid civic life kept
the d.i nppioprlnlely Three big
union re'lglnus bcrvices weic held.
Tlio' flint was tlio union of catholic
(lunches In spci lai mass at tho calhe-'
dral at nine o'clock. Tho Lplscopili
ihurclics united lu a special scnico
nl St. Amliow's cathedral, nud tho
Cciitial Union, Mclhodlst and ClirU-l
thin cliurches held a Joint erlco at
Central Union at olc,vcn o'clock.
Ibcro weio also several othor
iliurchos whmo Thanksgiving :iialu;i
weio sent up, at all tlio hospitals, at
Iho po'illcntlniy, at I'nl.ima nettle-1
ment, at Kakaako mission, and at tlio
Industrial schools tho Inmalcs were
made happy by gensioiishcnitcd men.
and women who lemimbciod their
unriutnnate comlltluu. I
Most of tho schools hold their,
Thnnk"glliiR services on Woilncsd'iy j
no mat tlio oungsters nail tlio fol
lowing day for a hcllday.
The Hullo tin's big tin key dinner
nud day of spoil and reel cation for
its nl'WsboyH was ono of tlio fcatmcH
of tho dav and the largest general
celebration lu tho city
At Central I'lilun church Itev Horn
mus gciiddpr delivered soum ulrlklu
stnlcmeiils In tho conri-o of his bit-
Restore Your Health
It is the privilege of most
women to he strong a.l
healthy and if you arc suf
fering from any weakness of
' the Stomach, Liver or Bowels
take the Bitters just now. It
is for Toor Appetite. Head
ache, Indirestton, Dyspepsia.
Coitivcncss, Malaria. Fever
and Amte. Try a bottle to
day, but be sate and Ret the
Kcnuinc with Trivate Stamp
i mOTrmnrrrn mi 1 1 I Ml"fc
For sale u lleUMin, Smith H. Co..
Ltd.; llolllstcr Urug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Illlo Drug
Co.; abd at all Wholesale Liquor
moii. llo (omiii'iidcd women's suf
frago, declining ih.it It Is surely com
ing, mailu il plea i'ir brolherhooil In
dealing with Ilic (Menial luimlgraiits
nud iCEldeuls of the Islands nnd
touclicd on public lire Tho newly or
R111I701I double ipiaitet was heard for
tlio first time and undo 11 very f.iv
orablo Impiesi'inii, thu malo ipnrtet
will Just ns surceisfiil. and tho offer
tory by Mis. ltile Harris Allen, sop
rano soloist wa bc.iutfiully sung. Tho
proceeds from the offertory went to
tho benefit of tlio King's DaughtorB
II01110. A lartie cimwl tilled Iho
church ami the rccelpls were considerable
Tho man who lells all ho known
doesn't mako tlio world any wiser.
Case of Embezzler Is Before
'Judcjc Cooper on Habeas
Tho legal batllo over .luo Yuoti
Mow, tho nbacondlrg Chlnestr cnihe
l-r front Ban I'r.iiiclirn, continue
v'diout iib.ileiuent, Jii.ixo Cooper
diiHiitniciit of Hit' Circuit Com I 1181111?"
the seen this morning of tho techni
cal baitli that is being waged In con
nection with tho detention ur the Chi
Iioputy City nml CountyAttornuy
Mllvc-ti'ii appealed In court In behalf
of Iho respondent named lu tlio wilt
of habeas rot pus which was under
consideration Slid Iff Jnrrott while
Attorney Mcllrldo appeared for tho
h''ie witnesses wcro pined iij.nn
the stand during tho morning res
slon, much of the iltno being consum
ed with objections uml argument. Hup
crintemlcut Colley of Ihe Conimcrclal
l'.iellic Cnblo Company declined to
give niiv Information legaidlng tho
cables pissed between tho San l'r.An
ciMeii uiilhorltlcs and Honolulu iinlcsa
ordered to do so by tlio court. Judge
Cooper ruling accordingly that ho
must answer. He then Idcntilled Iho
cables bearing tlio rcipicHts for Y11011
Sheriff .Inrrctt was subjected In a
lorn? cross examination at tlio haiids
of Mcllride. mostly of a tlmo killing
nature and adjournment was tnken at
noon without nn thing tangible being
accomplished as far us tho actual sta
tus of tho embezzler Is concerned.
Raymond C. Iliown, co!i!iulsslon'r
or Immigration, told of tho allowing
the Chinese, to land hero after tnkliiK
Tho cable from Oovenior rilllelt to
Rovemor Trcar giving tho di-l.ills of
tho embezzler's operations was Intro
duced In evidence as were Ihe oilier
cablegiauis (hat figure lu the c.it,y.
The averago man Is n cheerful giv
er when asked for advice
iub and to take whatever slops might , deduction or ll.o main arm of tlo
m flcc.it.wi uml to piotcct tho city 11VJ, Tl ,, )avu ,,, Blip.
from iho Khoil flic ,,,,. nf ulm()11 n,,(mr(1 ,, urol),.
.4 Tho mitllneois entirilu sent mi- vlsloned sullltlcntly to last tho ciows
iitlnir inowmgo nslioio. nildiowcil to frr w.me weeks.
thu pionldi'iil nud cmiurosii lu which I Tlio ihreo b'nlllcshlps between
limy nffciixl In muiMuler It Ihelr do- them carry Ihlily twelvolneli gtiits
111 mils wmti uiutitiol mul a full iiin-,aud lompltm. minor lialteries of L7
liwly inoiiiltcil for thu net of mutiny tncli mid inplil llrms.
nml for Iho iiiimtor nf the ihtco nlll-j 1 n 1
''"' I Ah lo imff riiye. on form Iho tvouien
'I'll- llieinbi'ts of lh kwiihIi', iiikii- have It Cliarli'siim News nud ('our-
llIK III"' HOllllim l'le (XMllil lit) done vr Jj
A Few Words
To the Wise
IF you intend to purchase an automobile do not alow
yourselves to he misled by a few liiuh-sounding
phrases. Talk the matter over with your friends
who are owners of cars and bo guided by their experience.
The safest way is to 'take the car made by the oldest timc
tricd factories, which have sucessfully built cars for years.
You do not always find these amongst tiie racing cars; they
do not have to race to establish a reputation.
Ask any automobile expert n the mainland about such
cars as the
and all of them will tell you that these cars (each in its
class) arc amongst the choicest of American cars built to
day. Ask your friends who arc owners of these cars hero what
they think of their choice, then call on us and allow us to
demonstrate to you.
You will always Nnd us ready and pleased to be at your
service, and above all we guarantee to give you a square
Von Ham m-Young Co.
Pioneers in the Automobile Business.
Honolulu, T. H.
Whitney & Marsh
IS NOW COMPLETE
Our TOYS have arrived and
will be included in our Retir
We also include Mirrors,
Show-Cases, Fixtures, Forms,
etc. ; Toilet Soaps, Powder,
Sheets, Pillow Cases, Corsets,
Ladies' Underwear, Shirt
Waists, Skirts, Rain Qoats,
Towels, Blankets, Comforters,
Dress Goods, Table Covers,
Kimonas, Children's Dresses,
Ladies' Dresses, Ribbons,
Laces, Embroideries, Hand
Bags, Veils, Veiling, Combs,
Pins, Millinery, Ornaments,
THEY MUST BE SOLD
Wednesday, Nov. 2
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
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