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Vol. XIII No 3523
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GREATER NEW YORK SALOON
WHERE IAUKEA AND JARRETT
The Fourth District Republicans will
meet tonight tit Juck lane. Nlupula
Niiiianu valley. A. K. Kueo will pie
fclde ut the meeting, ut which the speak
ers will l: U. F. Chllllngwortli, I. I.
Mi Candles. V O. Smith. J. II. 8. Ku
li'O. 15. A. C. 1.0HK. W. T. Rawlins, A.
1). CaBlro, John A. Hughes, A. U.
Ilrown. J. W. Cnthcart. F. T. I'. Wutnr
liotiBe, 1). Knlauokalanl, Jr.. Jat. Hick
iell, W. W. Harris. 8. C. Dwlght. A. V.
Our. Chus. MiiHtace, Jr., Henry C.
Tho Fifth District meeting will be
nt thu corner of King street ami Ku
mehamehu the Koiirth roiul, under the
leadership of llenjamln I. Nubian. The
speakers will bu iih follows: W. O.
Smith. John I., Paoo. W. W. Harris. C
II. Mulle. Henry C. Vlda, S. P. Correa
A. V dear. John C. I-one. Joo Kalanu,
A. M. Drown. II. M. Knnlhoniil. L. I.
McCundless. H. Kaliule, A. S. Kalelopn,
J V. Catlu-urt. 8. l'alila Wiilelua. Y
T. I Walerhoiise, (5. K. Chllllngwortli,
(.'has. Ilnsluce, Jr.. S. C. Dwlght. Jaa
lllcknell, I). Knlauokalanl, Jr., Win. K.
Thu Democrats will liavo one meet
ing at the Puuoa school house and nil
ulhoi ut tho Kullhi camp.
The Home Killers are during these
da'H holding mcotings lit the vicinity
of Ewn. Walpaliu unit Alca.
Tomorrow night the Republicans
will hae a monster meeting at I'enil
City, nt which Kuhlo will speak. If he
feels able to after bis strenuous stump
ing tour un Iluwull. Tho Itepubllcans
will also hold a meeting on Kort street
next to the Club Stables.
Thu Democrats will have u rally nt
Aala I'nrk tomorrow night, nt which
the speakers will be us follows: S. K.
Hill, It. II. Trent, Y. It. llurvey, l. T
well wearing, shape keep
ing garments that will
delight the most fastidi
ous man. Every popular
pattern and cut is rep
resented In our new
Hock. All coats of this
teaton't make from the
famous ALFRED BENJA
MIN S. CO, have no vents
In the back.
For further Information
about wearing apparel In
TBU, MAIN 86,
COHHBH FOMT ANO IIOTPl, STB
. . ..-. jirilhWlliliiiMl to ttimtfkiiiii
I 3:30 O'CLOCK
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Moore, Danl. Knmaliu, M. A. Sllva, J.
Klaknhl. K. II. McClanahan, C. 1'. Inn
ken, W. I. Jarritt, V. W. Thayer, Clus.
Hose, Joe Fern, Chns. Urond Music
will be supplied by the Knal iiulnlet
club. Madamo Alap.il and Miss Knal.
MY of n
llaltlinorc, Oct. 7. Taking for
his theme "The Kace for the
Kingdom of Heaven," Cardinal
albboiiH In his sermon at 'tho Ca
thedral toduy made, reference for
thu purpose of comparison and
contract to the Presidential cam
paign. He said:
"Ono evening a few months ago
In Washington I hnd the honor of
4- conversing separately with six
distinguished statesmen, ull of
whom are available candidates for
the Presidency, I found them all
f In a receptive mood, ar)d any one
of them, in my Judgment, would
4 fill the office with credit to hlni
self and with honor to his couu-
"Al the (andldutes will bo coin
4 pelted to stand on thu pillory to 4
t- bu lashed with the scourge of l
tupcratlon. Their family records
will be searched and all their
shortcomings and those of their 4
4 TorefuthcrH will bu laid bare, and
If the record Is not dark enough It t
f will bu blackened by tho brush of
calumny. Indeed a man never
f discovers what a miscreant he Is -4
4 till ho has the temerity to run for
public ottlce. Oh, my brethren; If 4
4 ou nnd I were to endure so much
f for the crown of eternal glory we
would be regarded us Idiotic or
A Democratic club witli twenty-nine
members lias been formed ut Huuula.
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Businesses do not grow by luck. Pluck, rush and Publicity achieve
HONOLULU. TERRTTORI OP HAWAII. J?RIDAY. OCTOBER 26 19UU
Special fa tht Bulltlln)
l.lliuc. Kauai, Oct. 25. Luka Naka
paahu died at Ills home at Walmea last
evening at C o'clock. He had been
conllned to the house some time. On
Monday he was taken with a stroke of
paralysis and lingered till last even,
lug. He was conscious to the last.
Mr. Nakapaahu haB been a prominent
Hawaiian many years. He wax a mem
ber of the Senate of 1903, having been
elected on the Home Kule ticket. He
ran again but was defeated. Ha ac
quired considerable property anil was
well to do. He was about SO jears old.
Ho leaves a wife, three sons and a
daughter. The funeral will be held to
Supervisor Persuade Him
Not To Pass Buck
PIOVIDEB WITH CLERKS
TEN ARE REPUBLICAN NOMb
NEE8, FIVE DEMOCRATS, ONE
HOME RULER AND ONE
County Clerk Kalauokalaul today
changed his mind about passing the
appointment of election clerks, to at-
slst tho Inspectors on election day,
which ho yesterduy had decided to
leavo to the Uoanl of Supervisors. 1 he
appointing power was originally left In
Knluuokalanl'H hands, but owing to a
superabundance of gratuitous advice
offered by a IX-mucratlc Supervisor, he
yesterday announced that he was tlrod
of being interfered with and would
therefore pasg the buck back to the
Yesterday afternoon, however, the
Supervisor In (juoktlon, as well ua sev
eral other members of thu Hoard, saw
Kalauokalanl about tho matter. K-f 'a
nations were made and tho result ts
that Kalauokaluns this forenoon nj )e
up his list of appointments, wlUcu U
clnct. nieniled by
1 Thomas P. Cummins Hep.
2 William J. Jelllugs Denis
8 T. A. Simpson Reps.
4 J. W. Asche Uonu
0 Charles KealoUa , Reps
C J, N, Oere Rep)
7 K. P. l'ogarty Reps.
8 J. 0. U. Cameron Denis
9 Samuel Manu Reps.
10 No clerk.
(Continued on Page 2)
Made a Will?
It Is a dly i
to hlmsev a
It Is a duly every man owti
and family to
no matter how
small hla estate, Af Jb
Vtt will give advlie oAc
subject free of charge If'cTn
suited. Hawaiian Trust
For fit, Uplul'i
TRY HE BULLETIN FOR UIHl'S BEIIEft
Will contain a description writ
ten by a woman of. thu pretty
and seasonable things to he
found In tho stores.
Society newa of the week.
Political newa that is to the
All the news
M HElfN II
Wishes To Regain Full
Control of Wilder
BIOKEN ENGAGEMENT IS
CAUSE OF MEK PILIKIA
DOCUMENT WA8 8IQNED TWO
YEARS BEFORE MARRIAGE
TO HORACE J. CRAFT,
An Interesting suit nas filed by
Helen K. Wlldor of this city ugalnst
K. D. Tenney this morning In the, Cir
cuit Court. The plaintiff, allegea'tbat
she tiled an Instrument placing' 800
shares of paid-up capital stock of tho
Estate of 8. O. Wilder, Limited, lu
the handa of E. D. Tenney as trusteo
In September, 1897, when Abo was en
gaged to be married. She also Btatcs
that the marriage expected did not
take placo and that she Is now an un
The complaint Is that 'Miss Wilder
believed at thu time sho signed the
document transferring tho property
that shu could revoke It when shu
raw fit and that since thero Is to
clanao providing for this sho asks tho
old of the court to help her to do so.
In this Instrument it Is stipulated
that during thu life of tho plaintiff
sho shall bo paid thu cntlro Incomu
but that lu case of her death If there
r.re children in the family one-third
the entire capital should bo paid her
husband If living und two-thirds to
tho children. In case the husband
was dead tho children wore to gut
one-half the entire property and thu
.remainder to the hulrs-at-law. In
tnsu neither children or husband
wero alive at tho tlmq of Miss Wll
Oer'a death, the entire property waa
to go to Iter lielra-at-law.
The engagement mentioned wbh one.
later broken wblcb took place before
Miss Wllder'a marriage to Horace J.
Craft, which occurred In Ibis city on
May 10, 1899, which has since been
At thu Hawaiian Opera, House to
morrow night a grand concert will bu
given V. 'the Sistera of Hawaii Ponol
Society, It Is given as u benefit for
Thu entertainment program will In
clude songs by talented Hawaiian vo
calists seldv.i heard lu public. An
other feature of particular Interest
will bu tho portrayal In tableaux of
historical even. a during tho reign of
).otiolkamakahlkl and Kapulanl,
king aitd queen of thu Island of Ha
waii In 1520. As a part of the tab
leaux another extremely picturesque
fealuro will be given, namely, thu old-
A magnificent finish (or a
new grade of very durable
furniture, Chain, Rockers,
Duke, Table and Magailne
Table are now on display of
J. Hopp & Co.,
OW-1Q50H HB0P ST,
IS 1 1 TENNEV
ON 18S8 LAW
IS NOT CORRECT
'Mr. Kinney's memory falls him
(.lightly." taid W. 0. Smith this mom
ing, referring to a passage In W. A.
Kinney b letter published In the Ad
ertlser In which Kinney says:
You and I had the honor or vot
ing shoulder to shoulder In the
Legislature of I8S8 for an election
law which made It a criminal of
fense to "provide a oter" with
either "meat, drink or entertain
ment" for the purpose of Influenc
ing such person to vote or refrain
from Noting for "and particular
person or party."
"The law of 1888 to which he refers
had to do only with election day. It
did not Include the campaigning per
iod," said Mr. Smith.
Democratic Nominees of
Fifth District Have
Not Filed Papers
FEW ROME RULE MEN
HAVE ENTERED NAMES
ENTIRE REPUBLICAN TICKET
FOR LEGISLATURE HAS BEEN
FILED DELEGATES ARE
READY FOR FIGHT
Thu last chance to get In nomina
tion papers for the positions of Dele
gato and members of tho Senate and
House will bo between this afternoon
and midnlglit, when Chief Clerk
lluckland will close the lists. The
entire Territorial ticket of thu Itepub
llcans had been ii.u liefore noon to
day, but on tho DemoirutU ui:d II mm
Rulo tickets there arc a number of
candidates who haNo failed lu romu
In with tbelr papers.
lu the Fifth District not a single
nomination paper for tho members of
thu House has been put on record by
thu Democrats, whllo In thu Fourth
for thu same position only Ed. Ing
ham and M, A. Sllva had called to sco
Mr. lluckland. All tho candidates for
thu Senate on thu Democratic ticket
have placed their nomination papera
In the hands of thu chief clerk ul
ready. In thu Homo Rule party matters
are a llttlo different. Kor Senator, D.
Kalauokalanl and J. Keklpl are al
read vafe, but In the matter of Rep
resentatives Daniel Damlen, S. K.
Mahoe and J. P. Kuluwalmaka alnuo
have attended to tho work. J. M.
Poepoo, J. K. Nakookoo and D. M.
Kuplhca. all candidates from the
Fifth District, liavo cither waited till
the last minute or do not Intend to
run with the balancu of their fellow
D. Kalauokalanl and S. K. Mahoe
have been endorsed by tho Democrats
and so fill out two more on the Home
Tho nominations of Prince Cupid,
McClanahan and Charles Nottoy uau
all been filed.
WEDDING SILVER AND BIRTH
have a value aalde from the Intrinsic.
You want them for their ateoclatlont.
The burglar burgles for their value in
coin. Put them In our care and fool
Truatt Company Ltd.
- tfmmt)mm nt iiMWnillilWkiiJsfii.i
Our Cabinet Fears
Rupture With Japan
WASHINGTON, D C, Oct. 26. -The Cabinet at itt settlon today dlt-
cueted the situation arltlng from Japan's protett agalntt Japanese 'chil
dren being forced Into teparate schools by San Francisco authorltlei.
A rupture of diplomatic relations between the two Governments Is
feared by the President and his advltort
(Aitoctatril J"rVi OprrI.il CabH)
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., Oct. 26.
Judge 8eawell has temporarily en
Joined Abe Ruef from taking postec
tlon of the District Attorney's office.
Langdon, who Is alto the Independ
ence League candidate for Governor,
ic still In pottettlon. Judge Graham
In completing the j ry refutes recog
nition to either, .
(Atloclattd l'nt Special Ci'.'
NEW YORK, N. Y., Oct. 26. The
Hearst Independence League candi
dates for Congreta and for the Leg.
Ittature have been thrown off the of
ficial ballot by the Supreme Court.
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., Oct. 25.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets 8t 101-2d.
Parity, 3 8S cents. Previout quota
tion, la 11 14d.
CRUISERS ARE READY
PARIS, France, Oct. 26. French
and 8panlih cruisers are held In
readlneea to sail for Morocco, where
conditions are alarming.
15. M. Wntton has consented to serc
as un election Inspector without pres
sing tho claim for Ilu.
1051 l-orl Street,
DO YOU LIVE IN THE CITY OF 4
The city of IF la
the modern world.
the Babylon of i
the modern world. Ha population
eontittt or the majority or people i
eontitta of the majority
who live on earth. It It
wide city a city of llmltlt
arlet, Hmltlets limitation
a a world
will get you out of the City o
There is no "IF" about that! 4
J?KIOB 5 (Jl.NTfl
(AtnoclalcI t'rtm Special Call))
NEW ZEALAND, Oct. 26.- The
House of Representatives has approv
ed the renewal of the tubtldy for the
San Trancltco mall service held by
the O; rile Steamship Company.
mm sixuavs hail
Tho P. M. B. S. Doric urrUed from
San Francisco at 2:30 this uftrrnooi.
with six d.i)K mull She has n smut,
rnttcnger list, most of the passrngcrt.
being either ml'slonurlei or civil nnn
army officials returning to their posts
In the Philippine nnd clscwhero lu
The Doric rduriw fiom Hut Coatt
under the Amerleun Hug, und most ot
her ollltrrK lire new, the old offlcera
huvlug most of them gonu back to
England to continue their service with
the White Slur Hue
Purser Thorn, who li ono of the olJ
employee who remains with the steam-
hhlji, reports that the oyage fiom Snn
rtiilielscti wiiti a pleasant one, with nu
uniisiiiil occiineiiceH. Tho Doric lou
!-nn Francisco on October 20
Following Is the list of olllccrs undu
the new ownership of thu esnel:
Commander, Hurry flaukrogers, tic
Harry Smith, it-turned to Liverpool
chief olllctr, John Hill, lco Harry Cnu
kmKcrx, promote; first olllcer, A. W
Raid, ltu Harry Home, returned to
Liverpool, second o:llrcr, W llurcli
vice W II. Thomas, returned to I.lm
pool; third ofllior, lc W. WTIcox, re
turned to Liverpool, fourth oltlccr, lci
W. Alve, retired, chief engineer, Win.
Allen, remaining lu ship; second engi
neer, Aitkin, temnliiliig In ship; third
engineer, W. S. Stublis, lee A. C. Nich
ols, returned to Liverpool, fourth en
gineer, Chns, Hubbard, remaining in
ship; fifth engineer, Hugh Morton;
sixth engineer, II J. Wolters; purser,
Charles Thorn, remaining In shlpi
IreUht clerk. (! II Oiillon, Uc W. II
Rcid on leao of absence, surgeon, U
II Terrlll, remaining In ship; chief
steward, P P. Sow ell, lco John Schuiir,
transferred to Coptic.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
Yes" for Wear;
'No" for Tear
Gun-Metal Calf gives more satltfac
tlon when put Into thoes than any
other leather known. The strong re
sitting qualities makes it an Ideal
fall and winter ehoe Although toft
to the feet and chines like patent
leati'nr It doesn't burn like old fact
ion calf. Every business man should
wear this leather. Four new lattt
added to our ttuck, Tho Pic, Hulbert,
Potty and Baltimore, Uoth hlg) and
11.60) St.OO; KM and 13.00,
Shoe Co., Ltd.
Phone IVUIn 282