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EVENING B0LI-ET1N. HONOLULU. T. II.. WRDNnSDAY, OCT. 17. lSOtf.
I I ft tt' r MASONIC TEMPLE ik WEEKLY CALENDAR. MONOAt TUBMUAV WUPNSIIDAY -nmn a.v Honolulu Chap'' Regular C p. m, HIJIOAV UATUrillAY All visiting members of tha order aro cordially tnvllcd to at tend meeting of local lodges. HARMONY LODGE, No. I, I. O. O. F. Atects every Monday evening at 7:30 In I O. 0. F. Hofl. Fort streeL K. It. IIKKDItY. Secretary 0 O. IIOTTKL, N. (I. AH vlaltlrg bro'herd very cordially Invited. MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. ef P. Meets every Tuesday evening nt 7:30 o'rlock In K. of P. Ilnll. Wiir street. Visiting brothers cordially In vited to attend. O. J. WHITEHEAD. CO. V. WALDRON, K.U.S. OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P. Meeta ever? Friday r-venlrg at K. 1. Hall, King street, nt 7:30. Mem ber! of Mystic Lol,ce, No. 2, Wm. Me Klnley Lodge. No. 8, and visiting brother cordially Invited. Gsneral Dullness. A. D. 110ND. C. 0. A 8. KKNWAT. K.R.1. HONOLULU LODGE 1, B. P. O. E. Honolulu Lodge No. Cl, 13. P. O. H.. Trill meet In tbolr liall, .m Miller mid Heretanla itrecti, every Friday ovenlng. Tty order of tho K. n. HARRY H. SIMPSON, Secretary. TI.C MURRAY, E.R. tVm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. 9, K.ef P. Meet! every Baturday evening at TJO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King r'.reet Visiting tirothera cordially In wit' to attend. a. M. JOHNSON, C.C. E. A. JACOU80N, K.R.rt. HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E. Meet! on the 2nd and 4th WEDNES DAY evening of each mouth at 7:30 O'clock In K. of P. Hall, King BtreL Visiting Eagle.) are Invited tr at tend- BAM McKEAOOE. W.P. II. T. MOORE. W Secy. HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ns. 1, I. O. R. M. Meeta every aecond and fourth FRIDAY of each month In I. O. 0. F Hall. Visiting brother! cordially Invited to attend. W. F. DRAKE. 8aehem. A. E. MURPHY, C. of R. DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I. McelH every second and fourth Wed nesday of each nit. ' nt San Antonio Hall. Visiting brothers cordially In vited to attend. T. F. McTUIIin. Proa. K. V. TODD, Suoy. Colt Acetylene Gas Generators affords A Suotrlor Llaht to all others. Aceytlene Gas Is superior In quality, nd cheapness radiates less heat, viti ates the air leas .end has no Injurious affect an tha ayes. For itirther partl.-.f.lara Inquire at ins omce. Also Cale'um CarKd of all sizes. In drums and small cans, for Generators and Automobile Lamps and all alzsa nd gradss of Gas Manilas and Gas Burners, Washington Light Co. C. W. MACFARLANC. Manager. Telephone Main 143. 143 Merchant 8t. Correctly Constructed That's the chief thing to be secured when you buy a delivery wagon. Correctly constructed so that It Is the most convenient vehicle for the purpose It was built. That's the way we build them Tell us how you want yours we'll build It that way and nt the right price, too, Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Company,! -a; oueen ot. tel. main 47. 1 p. o. uox toj, ' W, ZniOUER ,, Manager 'Hunk Imiilcn' nf nil tori, Iu'Imuw i ,. liiuiinfurlnri'il by lliu lliilliitlti I'uli. Iialilnu t!iiiiiMiity, iKn-jB WVM-S'-BSaaa o a !2tThc OM nitnd WrtfakV V'M u o . antti uiiaaJ fllUt ""MaiiwHrtr' vgi romif"-- The Paint Question . Chooilno p.ilnt should be a matter of careful consideration. Alter examining the merits of the several kinds you wilt be almost cer tain to order W. P. TULLCR'S Pure Prepared Paint IT IS DEOT FOR ALL PRACTICAL PURPOSES. Sold by Lewers & Cooke, Limited, 177 S. KING ST. ForOvar60Yiars Mrs. Wlnslaw'a Rooming syrup I ikI for over SIXTY h tieen jwed for over B1XT YltAKil tr MILLIONS of Mothers Trim perfect ssccym. IT BOOTH Rathe CHILD, BOfTEStt Tim perfect succe. t l'8 the CHILD, SOFTENS UMS, ALLAYS All pain, WIND OOMC, and la tho the GUM! CUKKS tvitremedyfcJ'DIAKKIIu:.. Sold vj urugKiMB m every iwn t ino world, lio suro and V for Mrs. Wlnlor' SootlitngSyrupBnd tuVo E-3 no utUcr klaa. 21 ceau a some. An OM and Wtll-trltfl RmmiIi Tel. Main 193. P. O. Box 102. Lord and Belser, GENERAL CONTRACTORS. Sewera, Qradlng, Mvlng, Teaming, Crushed Rock. Dlack and White Sand and Soil for Sale. OFFICE AND YARD ....SOUTH & KmWAIAHAO 8T8. NEW FALL MILLINERY AT Miss Power's Millinery Parlors DOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET. Clothing Neatness can be obtained by telephoning MAIN 147 and ordering your clothes pressed by the HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING CO., Alakea Street. DRESSMAKING PARLORS (Just Opened) Private Cottage "Johnson House Grounds." PUNCHBOWL ST. MRS. RODANET. LADIES' 8TYLISH HATS WHITE SALESLADY, K. UYEDA NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KING. COAT AND PANT8 CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR SO CENTS PHONE MAIN 457. Sun Rise Dyeing House 4- 1 FORT 0TREF.T. - O. FAR I A riNE SUITS FROM I1B UP, mads In up-tc- dais . style, MOTH, opp, BI8M0P T lJ am IPJbBh p - if 11 91 " "- 'L " r..-. .-;'. " LOCAL INIiENEIAL One man and a Bulletin Want ad. will sell a house while another man Is wondering whether an ad will pay. Tbe Olobo sells It cheaper. Autos for hire at Ter. Stables. Your grocer sellt l'nl Ripnkfaat rod. 15. McKay left for thi Coast yeitei day. tint cup ot coffee lu tho city. Now Kuglnnd llakery 1hi Rtnanipr llflonc eallis Friday for llmvnll, nl B p, in. W. Uohrii departed yesteiday for Se attle on the Mo.inn. .1. 3. Stpplien has gone to Vnncour er. He sallod on the Moana. 0. II. Robcrtron left for San Trail clocn yestPtday, via Vnncnutrr. P. Killers Eturli'd for Han Iraiiclsco yesterday on the AUunn, la Vniicouv er. Mr and Mm. fl I.lvliiKrton left for the Coast ycateiday. They me going to Portland. Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop ular. $1, Jl.DU nnd (2 per week. 1243 Fott stieet. Ilae )ou tried tlm Ojila Su cigar? U rnn't be beat. Ilajselden Tobaico Co., wholesiuu agents. J h V. C. T. U. nt Its meeting ye? terday parsed n resolution condemning biiiui.iy yacht racing. If you want thu best groceries tho market nrfonls at low prices tiy J. M Levy & Co. I'lionu .Main 110. Only n few days left to profit by un usual bargain iilrrs on shirts, jackets ninl long toalR. nt A. llloiu'a. The Sachs Dry floods Co. la making preparations for the mint linpoitaiit wale of the year. Watch their ml. (lovrrnor Curler states that the Re publicans nre entitled to great credit lor the opening of public laiulA fur t.ci tlement. Pure Prepared Paint, sold by Low ers & Cooke, Is thu best for all prac tical purposes. Ready mixed for use, lu nil colors. Homo aliiahlo residence lots on Wylllv stieet nit' to bo sold nt miction Monday. October 22. Sip .1. I-Moigau lor particulars A safo deposit box In Hie xntilt ot Hawaiian Trust Co. Is n safo plarx for your Jewels nnd alunblc pnpeia. Rent one today. V W. Ahaii.i ft Co. have it liaudfioim Hue of woolen u.orsteds and thevloU Imni which they will make you a styl ish uell-llttlng full suit. Wnlklkl Inu Is now owned by W. C. Ilergin. Accommodations, supplies nnd attendanco absolutely first class. Kin oat Lathing on the beach. An electric fan will keep your office cool on the hottest days, (let one In day from Hawaiian Kloctrlc Co. uiul nt tacit It to your Incandescent light wife. "Arabic" applied to Irou root re duce;! temperature as mueb ns 3I de grees. This has been ascertained by actual test. California Feed Co., agents. i It Is believed that the schooner Kl tieo. which Is now 178 days out from Kahiilul for Delaware llreak water, haa been lost. She had a cargo of Ilir.U tmm of sugar. II. (1 Rohlnfon of the Marconi Wlm lesi Company returns lu the Moana from Australia, whern he liai belli looking up matters connected with Mr lilislness. Niimeroun reslgnnllonR aro being re reived at tlm Kirietmy's olllio from men who were uppulnled to trrw us election Inspector. This aiiBei con- lilderahlo troulile. The old hrlek luagazlnn on tlm Can llol grounds, which has played Kit pail In Hawaiian history, will be sold for cmovnl tomonow by the Superinten dent of Public Works. Hawaiian Nows Co. have Just rn ii ived a mnnher of now hooks which uiu thu hlggeHl sellers on tho main land. New short Ktorle.i by Maik Twain nnd Paul Leicester Ford. Ituiiiembor a delicious dinner at the popular pilco of one dollar Is sertod uvery evening on the great seml-clr-culur lanul of the Seaside Hotel. Ilett vuIiih for the money mid coolest placo In town to dine. . Dr. T. Nliiomiya, who has been practlilng at Kohala, Hawaii, for th past several years, will make a brief trip to Japan by thu Nippon Mnru on thu tilth lust. Iln Is ri-turnlm; with bis wife, Mho Is 111 and uxpcits In bo baik' fiom Japan sometime) in November to lesume practice In Kohala, Hawaii. Archivist l.ydecker has lak'ly un covered n .number of Interesting doc uments minting to tlio last days of Kamehnmelin II and IiIh Quern, who died ot measles In Knglaud In lh2t. Among those aro tho toports of tho physicians who attended thu KiuK Olid Queen during their last illness. Dr. T. Nliiomiya, who bar. been practicing nt Kohala, Hawaii, for tho past several years, will mako u brief trip to Japan by Hid Nippon .Muni on thu ISlh lust. Ho Is returning with Ills wife, who Is ill, nnd expetta to bu back from Japan boiuo time In No vemher to resume, practice in Kohala. Hawaii. Politicians should meet tho ladles next Filday evening, October l'Jtli, lit llni Alameda damn given at the ltoynl Hawaiian hold, (let busy nnd get iiciiualulod. .Mis. Alapal will slug dui lug the dinner hour. The ladles nin "It" lu politics. Many a politician lias won his light through tlm nld o' I lie Indies. Tbn Palolo walcr enso was nrgucl yesterday beforo tho Supremo Coin I mid siibniltled for n decision. The cane Is oim In which thu Toirllory Is at lempllui; to olitalii from the couit a leversul of the deilslon made by Com liilhslonor of Water Rights Mrs. .N'a kiilua, by whhli thn'rlglit 16 u lurgn limuiiiit of water was given to tho Pa lolo l.nud and Impiuveuiejit Co., of which A. I". Cisiko Is pteKldeut. Ah Clilu. the ChlnH-tii who wiik nr I oslid yoHterday In thu net of trying lo enter u Japanese, sloio nnd who Is bold oil the chiilge of burglary, luuile Ihii nlteinpu to commit sulchhi it r iluy liiiiriilug by huiigliig hlniKlf with Ills queiKi, I lu f.lKleneil llm ipieuu I'l Hi" bins of tho roll mid inmln u noosii wllll II. In bulll iillompu bu was ills rot i'l I'd licfiun liu liinl iiiiiiiiiiIIIiciI IllN lllljell. Mild lllll Hllll mil klopl( II (hue wuli h mi him In pou llinl liu iluos n'l pIimiiiiIo ItlupoK I'v'Imii li" run h" bioutlil u llinl, Do I Need Glasses ? 1 No, uon't need 'em, 'causa I can't read. If I could read I'd get glasses surs. I'd go to A. N. Sanford, BOSTON DLOCK. MONUMENTS, HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A MONUMENT WORKS. NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO.. 176-180 KING STREET. PHONE 27. DEMH ROAST II M'H Most Of Them Play On The Same Old Strings MEETING A1TENDED BY THE.CHOIR INVISIBLE GRACEFUL INTRODUCTION OF AL LECED HOLD-UP VICTIM EN LIVENS TALKFEST AT PUUNUI Tho Democrats held n fnlrly Bun lesNlul mooting in thu Puuiitil district, at tho i inner of. Wyllle and Lllihu rtioots, last night. Thoio wore not n great inmiy vnlors to bo soon, about thlrly, hut possibly moro were tbcru but hlddoii riom view. This Is said lo bo tho case ortou nt Democratic. meeting"., A lender of tlm party was dflki'il josloiday why It liofcl Itn moot IngH nt piieh iiicnitlily places us tho Kalulaul tract, I'ort stioot oxtonslou, cto. Ho nnsworod that these places wolo t'lmsoii purposely In order to glvo llio load laborers a clianen' to at lend tho mocdlngs without being caught by Sam Johnson, who would luut Ihoui out If bo could sea thtim. "You may not seo many peoplo nt tho mooting," said tho piouilnent Deni nciat, "but thoy nro thorp. Thoy nro biding lielilml tho bushes and banana trees yonder," ho udded, waving his band nhout him In a general wuy. In dicating that tho woods weio full of timid Dcniiicuils. At the meeting Inst night tho Rov. Illplkano, picturesquely togged out In n long ulster nnd a tiavollug cap, pre sided, Introducing tho (speakers with Utile speeches which the crowd evi dently liked, Solomon Konlolm, llio first speaker, Hailed Into Link McCuudless with con tlderalile fervor. Ho besought tho xotors to beware of tlm wiles of tho wily Link, who, ho said, would make, p noise like onn who loved them be foro election, but Vbo. novorthuleas, oinplnyeil Asiatics on llio buildings lie bad envied. Another sin of Mc Cnndloss' was that ho bad fought thu bill piovldlug for $1.C(1 pay n day for novorumont laborers, nnd ho was nlso tcKirted to huvo had his llttlo bniii inor out for tlm clgbt-liniir law. For thoso reasons tho Bpeaker rrcouiiueiid (d that tho Miters would do well lu missing Link- when election day camn around, Having thus disposed of McCuud less I he speaker went nt A. M, Hi own Willi equal 7ost, Ilruwu had boon Sheriff for fourteen years, ho said, Hint Hint ii'nu lftttc ntwtm.il 11. i.tn fworo nil kinds of thefts, burglaries, louiicni's, millings, tignis, otc, etc., going on all tho time and Kenlohii liskcd tho cioK'd whom thu policemen vc5io during all this, At nboin this lime n young Ilawal Inn urilved on tho srono like il dens ex machine with a Inle of woo. Ho lold tbn woiideiliig clowd u tale of won of how he hud Just boon held up lu Nuiiaiiu valley below tho losorvolr, us bo was letuiulng to thu dnni cum pi HniucDiio, he explained, bud whnclcod 1st in from behind, hut had hit u vallso which ho ciiiilcil on bis sboublor, Tlm lining mini wisely did not w'ull to sect what hi ruck him, but lied pioclpllutidy buck In Imvn, never slopping bofoici ho nirlvcd iiiiioiig lliu Doiiiot'intH, (.'Ollllllg IIS dill, JllHt III lllll light lime, IIiii Inclileul was qilllo efTeclhu. If It whs ii iinip do llientio, Din vi'iwi lliu lloiiioeiul win) liivi'lili'd l ilii' M'I'Vi'it nnlll ' Dun Kumuliii ppol.o In Muwiilliiii 1 i 1 u A History OF All Nations IN TWENTY-FOUR VOLUMES, Beautifully bound and Illustrated. BY JOHN HENRY WRIQHT, LL.D., Prof, of Greek In H.nvard University. Embracing: ANTIQUITY; THE MIDDLE AGES; MODERN HISTORY, AMERICA, ETC. Eaey Monthly Payments At Wm. C. Lyon Co. COR. FORT AND HOTEL STREETS (Upetalrs) SAFES, IRON FENCE. Ills predecessor. He spoke on tho merits ot the Democratic party nnd Iln candidates In general, nnd rounded out Kcaloha's performance by dig ging up McCaudloss' Japanese-employing porfoimntico again. Charles llrnad told, In Hawaiian, his usual haiiMucli story nhout tho bad treatment which the bills ho, ns n Re publican Representative lu tho last Legislature, Introduced Inst year for lha betterment of mankind nnd tho especial benefit of the worklngman, which bnd all boon ruthlessly slain by bis fellow Republican legislators, who wcro being muzzled by tho ma chine. Denron Trent started In with n nlcp little speech about happy family life, which would hnvo grnced a Sunday school class. This naturally led htm to describe tbn Police Department, nr- j llstlcnlly Illumined' by sldo lights of tho grogshop, which, he sn:it, made men, woineiu boys nnd girls drunk. Ilo wound up. by snylng that he made no piomlscs. but pointed to his record In otllro. "If jou approve of mv iccord. vote for me again: if you Ho not, donH voto for rrte." Thayer nrncllenlly repented his lit- Do spiel given at Pauna thu previous evening, roasting A. V. dear's propo sition to Increase tho police forco. Tho great part of tho police was only loaf ing, ho said. If they were mado to wink the prevalent wavn of crime could he chocked without forcing tho taxpayer to support moro policemen. John Kmmclutb blossomed out Willi o kick at tho present election Bystem, under which tho outside dlstilcts, with only l!!0O voters, had thrco Bu. pervlsors, and Honolulu, with COW), iiad only two. Knimc-lulh said this gave tho control of County nffalrs to lha plantations, who inn tho outside districts, anyhow. In this connection bo gave a slap at Manager Low of the Honolulu plantation. II. T. Moore advertised tha grog shops and glumllls. Ha said the Re publicans wero holding it meeting out sldo of Joe Clark's saloon In order that tho candidates might tank up on booze. Ho ended bis speech by jump ing on Link MeCandless for employ ing Asiatics. This appeared to bo a favorite tliemo with the Dcmociats. Mooio was the third man to use it last night. sjejr- BULLETIN ADS. PAY Begin Wearing Autumn Shades With the coming of Fall even In this climate fashion decrees the changing of men's suits from the ligh ter colors to the darker. We considered the Autumn's com ing perhaps you didn't and purchas ed a handsome stock of dark aultings of worsteds and cheviots In many dif ferent patterns. If you order your fall suit from us It will embody nil the latest styles adapted to your particular measure. To regular customers we are known as "TAILORS WHO FIT." W. W. Ahana & Co., 62 King St. PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O. Box 986. 8neciai ale 8TEW PANS and CAMDEN HOSE rl8HNET8, TWINE AND BRONZE WIRE CLOTH AT A. FERNANDEZ & SON, Nos. 44-60 King St., Katasy lock, bat. Nuuanu and Smith 8ts. Tsl. Main 1M, 8TEINWAY AND OTHER PIANOS, THAYER PIANO COMPANY. 100 AND 108 HOTBL THBCT, Opposite Young Hotel, PUVJT POLITICS D. L. Wlthlngton In aching to make another atteinnt to learn something about politics, uud stntes that the Civ ic Federation will soon tnico an nctive part lu the cnmpnlgn, having nliendy Investigated the lecords of the candi dates. He Is quoted ns follows: , "This year we will not mnkn (he canio fight upon III onn that we did last year for the reason that we then had n candidate of our own nnd we could not support Mr. Pocpoe. The Civic Federation will bo ready to do something In n few days." He Bpeaks favorably of the candi dacy of Kalauokalanl Hr.. the Homo Rule cnndldatc lor Senator. a s IAUKEA NOT LOYAL (Contlnusd from Page 3) for nny hopej of success entettalned by lauken. The people realize the .'us tlcc and fairness of Ilrown'a treatment of them, and greet him enthusiastically when ho appears. M Pahla ncted ns chairman of the meeting and Introduced the Bneakers of whom there were a largo number. It was after 11 o'clock when tho Inst ouo concluded his address, nnd the crowd at that time was about as largo ns It bad been at any time during the even ing. Solomon Mnbclona was the fir it fpeaker and urged upon tho voters tbn necessity 'of supporting tbn straight Republican ticket. The. Republicans. bo said, nre responsible Tor the pass age ot the County Act, and It would not b In existence today If It wcro not for the Republicans. He told the peo pie that If they wcro to elect partly Republicans, partly Democrats and partly Home Rulers, the result would be nothing but fighting, with nothing accomplished. V. O. Smith urged llm support of Kuhlo mid the rest of the Republican ticket. Kuhlo. he Bald. Is the repre sentative of the Hawaiian people, one of the Inst of their princes and u man who has been for several years ar Washington nnd knew bow to get Ihu best for bis iieoulo. Kalelopu refuted the claim of thc Democrats that It Is through Trent that tho laborers now get their dally wage dollar for dollar. It Is In tact, be said, duo to the Republicans. When tho Republicans came to tho House, they found no money In the treasury. That brought tho Republican members of both houses to tho reconstruction of the finances of the Territory. Tho lax law wns modified so that taxes nre col lectable semi-annually, Hurh c hungcj wcie made ns to put the Territory on a iound financial basis. Kalelopu was followed by A. V. Dear, who, as stated above, showed up thu unfairness of Treasurer Campbell In singling out certain people whose taxes are not paid In full, and making public their names. He read the list of naiaej as published lu last night's paper. ''.My name nppcars there," ho said. "A few dollars of my taxes are not paid, and when I was notified that If I did not pay them at once, my name would be published from one end of the Terri tory to the other, I refused to do so. I wanted to pee what he would do. It he did publish my name, I would know what to do about it. "I assure you that when I nm elect ed, I will not net ns tho Treasurer of tills Territory Is doing. I believe In Heating all alike. On tbn fith of No vember I want you lo think of your families and chlldien and who Is going lo give you fish mid pnl nnd do the best for you and then go and vote tha Untight Republican ticket." Chllllugworth objected lo tho Iln walluns on the ticket being left lu huul the sack on account of their loyalty to the entire, ticket, while the Hawaiian? cm the Democratic ticket seek the sup Jiort of lha voters only for themselves and huvo nothing to say for tho while men on tho Democratic ticket. The HawallaiiH on the Itopubllcuii ticket, on tho other baud, stand by the whole ticket, white men and Huwallaiis alike. Wo arn putting up u fair fight, he said, but they are not." "Inukea," said Chllllngwnrlh, "saya he loves the Prluco because hn Is a Hawaiian, and urges you to stand by the Democrats on that uccount, Hut It Is love elmnly from the Ilpn and not from thu heart. The policy of the Dem ocrats has been to try to disfranchise the Hnwallaus, nnd If It woro not for Kuhlo, the Ilawnllans would have no votes now." Chllllngworth spoke of tbn proposed leper bill, which be promised he would do all be could to huvo passed If be weru elected. "Wo are heart uud bojI with John line's leper bill," be said. "Wuterbousd made bis usual good speech and had the crowd with him fiom the first sentence. Ho again told tho parable of the sharks,' which In terested the crowd Immensely. When he concluded, thu Interpreter ndvUeil the voters "Don't forget that snaik Wuterhoure, He's u good nbark." Churllo Huttaco can nlways ho de pended upon to set tho audience laugh ing with bis tlrst hcnteneo uud keep them laughing until hn gets through. Uinl night was no exception. They know what to expect nnd bcunii In feel tickled lilmokt before lin had said any thing. When John W, Catbcnrt got up lo miiKu nis nuuress an liiloxieulod mnu In tbn ciowd created a disturbance by shouting and making Irrelevant re marks. After several ntteinuLs to hush hi in up, the police wern compelled to lake him away. Catbcnrt wus urging lliu necessity of llm voters voting the Miuigut itepuiiiiciin ticket mid doing no Mratihlug. "Thill Is the kind of man," be said, "wh senile bos the tick ot, nnd I suppiikv he'll scratch mo. If I urn Heeled 1 hluill nioliiilitv liuvn il. ploiiHUie or putting him behind Ihu burs for n fow yours. I don't know hh no i but us u nilo ihul Is Ibo kind of Democrat who doesn't waul n cum i lent iitliunoy (doited Id niilcc," lllllWJI WIIM 11101 llhllsllNol- l. telHil by ihu rrowd, "(Mulls iiiit.sn, bu said, "Is i mining mipiIiihi mo nm k( 111)11 II IIS II )olll)Cll UN bil'IIIIMl lit ult lulu illMirmilloil HcpHlilli'iiliH wlui lM lll)lllnif i ,e IHhwii 'I'lll') S0Z0D0NTR1 JUutu.k.4 US4 It nenetrates and cleanses tha min utest erevleea of the teeth. It perme atrs the gums and the lining of tha mouth. It le healthful. It Is the only thing to use If you have a real gen uine Interest In your teeth. The friend of the teeth Is 80ZO PONT. arc backing laukca simply because he Is a tool In the hands ot this element nnd because they believe thai he alone can beat lliown. laukca today 13 say ing that the police department Is too much of a machine. Do you believe that when be Is promising twice as ninny police offices as there are va cancies to fill. Kltherhe must put out of oltlce every police officer now on the force, or be must fall'to fulfil the prom ises ho Is making. Many of laukea's ptomlses, easily mado today, me as easily forgotten nfter election. I make no promises. I ask for election on my past record, mid on the ground of my fair treatment or the Hnwallans. In the future it will be the same as It has been In the past." llrown staled that one of the charges made ngnlnnt him by (lovernor Carter nt the time Carter told him and Chll llngworth that they must step down nnd out was that llrown had too many Hawaiian on the police force. "I In tend to keep them there lu the future, ' he said. "I have treated you fairly, and I nsk you In return to give me your support in this election." When llrown ended his address, hi was vcxlfcroinly applauded by the aud ience. , A number of other speakers ad dressed the mi cling, and the interest continued up to the time tho last one finished. SIXTEEN HEIRS TO A petition for letters of administra tion In the matter or the estate of Chun Afong have been filed by Mrs. Julia Afong, the widow of tho deceas ed. It Is prayed that the letters' ask ed be Issued to tho llishop Trust, Co. The total estnlo of tho deceased In Honolulu bo far as Is known -will n mount to t IS.ouo, and there aresald to be sixteen heirs. Tho petition says: " Thnt said Chun Afong died on nr nhout Sept. 25, IMG, at Macao, In thu Umpire of China, being at the uiiiu in ins iieacn a resilient of said Mncno. and Icnilncr nn mint, within the liirlKillotlnn nr i i,Ih .-.mri vh.i due search and o'nqulry have been iiiuiiu iu uni-i-iiuiii ii ino uoceaseu left any will nnd testament, but none have ot boon found, und according to the best knowledge and belief of your pe titioner, sab) deceased died Intestate. "That tho ostute or tho deceased within the Territory of Hawaii Is of about the value or $45,000 and con fists of an follows : "Seven flrat mortgage C per cent, coupon bunds Oahu Railway & Land Co.. Ltd., Nos. 704.710; S Bhares ot the capital stock of the California Feed Co.; 187 1-2 shares of the capital ptock or the Hawaiian Hardware Co.; 20 shares or the capital Block or tho Mutual Telephone Co.; 125 Bhaies of tho capital stock of thu Oahu Lumber ft Rulldlng Co.; 10 shares or the cap ital ntock or thu Uulletln Publishing Co.; 3 promissory notes ot F. U. Mc Stockem, dated December 28, 1898, or I2O0U each; promissory note of Anna Long and C. W. Booth for $15 000. dated October 6, 1891; promts oory note of Roso Robertson and Jas. W, Robertson, dated November 21 1893, tor $1850; und 1-15 of the 2000 Bharon of the capital stock.of thu Pe peokoo Sugar Co., Ltd., held In trust under deed, dated October 17, 1889, Bubject to prior life Interest, being the property assigned to the deceased by Kmmcllue M. Magoou by deed dat ed July m, 1890, and of record in the Hawaiian Registry of Conveyances in Liber 255 nt pages 201-202. "That the heirs or the said deceas ed known lo tho'petltloner are: ' Kmmullna M. Alugoon, daughter, married, residence Honolulu; Autho u C. Afong, son, married, Macao Chi na; Nancy I.. McStocker, married Honolulu; Mary Catherine Afong. daughter, Blngle, Honolulu; Alice LU llun Hutchinson, daughter, single, Ho nolulu; Mario K. Humphreys, daugh ter, man led, Honolulu; Helen a lieiiHlia.ll, daughter, widow, llonolu lu; Albert F. Afong, boh, married, Ho nolulu; Abrnm II Afong. sou, mar ried, Honolulu; Jullu Johnstoue, daughter, married, Honolulu; Caro lino II.. Rlggs, daughter, married, Ho nolulu; Mailhn M, Dougherty, daugh l,.M',.mn,rl''1' Minneapolis; Henrietta biting, daughter, mauled, Uerke ley; ICIIzalioth liurns, daughter, mar I led. Now York; Molalue HrewHter. daughter, married. Now York." DWIGHTHJNE8AL The funeral nei vices nor thu late Huniiiel Dwlr.hl Jr, will lake plucu at his homo lu Dosha tunc, I'ulsum, at llillll o'clock this iillorniuiii ii.ii. ii,,. Jgtonji lAi tennis Kcinblor will nlllclulo, uxsiiited by J, A, Rath, ' Thu piillheuiiiH, wiiu have, boon iiosoii fi mil don ukod'H ucluuil u,i ibUHIIIIIIoS, Will ill) IIS fllllUMHI II, Hhemioil, (), Unit, v, .fK(f. fool, y I'iiiiioiiiu. , (lluili, (j, Hii, Mi'"!. Alfred Hiuvliiu uiul W. Chllllllii. MM lilt A lA.iw, ... Muimmii',iwm MtifotoHmM - iAi. 'MkMtritVkJdi ...JcU 4 at.mt ac t,,, 'A&dil&ititititiktm