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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, OCT. 31, 106S.
cat C lean-Up Sale of Women's and Children's Shoes
fjjhj w -n Stock of Numbers we are Not Repeating and Odd Lines
IJUUU SLAUGHTERED REGARDLESS OF COST
N AUC7UST- 15th we began a clean-up sale in our Dry Goods and Clothing Departments. We advertised bargains, and the liberal response and immense
success of the Sale was proof our advertisements were not misleading. The result now is we have opened and are opening, ex Lurline, the Grandest
Stock of GENl'RAL DRY GOODS, MILLINERY, FANCY GOODS, MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHiNG, etc., that we have ever shown in the history
Shoe Department, and will Close
frjtt Amongst many other lots will be about iooo Pairs of the Famous SOROSIS SHOES for Women. We must have
offijiocs an the way. A sample of every number we offer will be shown on tables in the 'department. For particulars
; ft. B. KERR & Co., Ltd.,
Will Remain Free
"j'A'nnm.ill.i Miiunnkrn, the ullogeil
Icior( lni war. UTi'lill) li'leased on
iijwrll nf hnhi'ii. empus. will pmbably
lemnln fice until, nt least, the next
lieijlsliiliiro passes sumo noil nf u law
thai lll piovide fur hoi case. When
tlii? w.ik leleascd some I lino iik". n
4 penal numinous was IksiioiI for her,
, anil hln' appeared ami w as told that
.' miller the law sho hail ten ilny-H III
Jt whli li to rhoose her examining phy-
i? flcliiu. who would wink In conjunct Ion
with the physician of llio llo.uil of
y ' i'1'ho 1 en days elaiiscil yesterday, anil
' 'lliOjWom.in 'mil not selected any phy-
ijflclai), This In where there. Ih some-
TthlilK v.ioiik with the piesent law, for
t -;iy . ' in" iInn thai will permit
Hip" niillnirilioH tailing her Into ens-
f ti Jay as a suspect. Deputy Attorney
A COMMENDABLE FAD
(Hy i:. R. (looJhue.)
If It Is u "fad." It Is n sensible and
riiKUi-sliw one. and well deserves per
pelir.tloti I mean the new-old custom
of enclosing In n letter to n filentl or
oven mi linger, n neatly printed leallel,
IniokUi, m cud carrying some Rontl
mom In pi oiio or crse which may In
toro:,i ur liier the leclplent.
.. ril' lisiiMd of a letter of cum
I M li-li Is now not In good fori
". Vr should have been) it little
i. .. ..... "r .,..,
jl iulujmuklet Ij sent, the delicacy of
cjjHUll the sail oeeaslnu, and Is, If
tlfliiwltb table, n coinfoit to tho
Mcso cauls, canllels, leaflets, doilg-
broadsides, ate now Issued In at-
Itive form liv several publishers;
1 ..tslo bits of stationery ticciilcil with
(ho tragi am e if loses nml violets
whb h cling to the lingers and hold the
Id Iter Until all. what they liavo to
T.nu fi-eijieim the mind, or enlivens
li lauey. besides being a reminder of
' lA I IKIKII'.
l I And In u degiee, they helray tho
lai.n-ter of the pender, or at least ex-is-e
his mood at the pellicular tliuu.
The sentiments vary, ot course, lie-
Hiding to the taste of tho publishers,
dug M'U'ctlniH f i oiii the poets living
jit itt ml from (hi llllilo, tho Koran,
haltespoare or some homely Imii-niiit
' .tiit.1i Hillings, Donley or Ailu.
, Tlii llioadsldes" mo laiger and In-
jiiiih'il for the wall or to frame. They.
li well as the "Impression l.eallets"
ind '"Weli'iinies," urn iiu.iinl, For In-
itaiiee. a motto for the table:
' h'niiiii lino meat uud cuuna eat
And Fomo wad cit wh'n want It,
lint vu line meat and wo can eat
rtfi let the Lint! bo tliaiililt."
Ill lug here no tattle Ju nor tnlio nno
Sn mav the love nf (Jod dwell In this
A a I u!o tho old-fashioned sentl-
Mintal sonnets nr love vei.ses mo ills-
ded for mine piattlcnl and btienu-
i it matter.
Hnnii'tlilng helpful, either liumnrniiB,
i lili nl lellFlnus or phllnsoplilcnl Is
Hi I e I a card entitled, Lincoln's Ad-
I I.Ike lo See a Man Proud nf the
1 i ire lie I.Ives In.
I Like to See a Man Who l.lvi'H In
1 s i Ills Place Will Ho Proud of Him."
I hi o Is another fioni Lincoln:
"Ho Honest Hut Halo No One.
Oveituiu a Man's Wnuig Doing Hut
I.in Not Ovoituin lllm."
The sale begins
(.PiiOinl "Whllnoy lina nntlfleil tlio
Hoard nf Ilealtli In select the second
1'liyi-lclan themselves, unit then notify
the woman ti uppear for examination
owoer. It Ib understood that Mini
iiaken In now over In Kona, Hawaii,
anil, of course, sho will not appear for
What can bo done? Nothing, It
soeniB, for there Is no provision in
tho present laws for such n contin
gency. Another penal summons, might
he Issued, lint (lie sumo proK)sltlnn
wonhl ho Kone through again, Tho
woinan would probably refuse to sel
ect n physician within the ten ilayB
naineil hy law. Through the recent
decision of the Supremo Court, it Is
staled that a great many of those ron
tlueil on Mnloknl could secure their
(iceiioin on n writ or nnueaa corpus.
A much needed reminder Is tho fol
lowing; "Oil Lord. Do No'J-et Mo Dramatize
My Troubles, and So jaiso All .My
Here is a pretty card with led and
gray mat gins:
"Nothing Is Improved by Anger Kx-
eept llio Aich nf a Cat's Hack. When
a Man Is netting His Hack Up, He Is
Spoiling Ills rigiiro."
Here Is u "Hro.ulBldq" for tho sit'
tlug-i ooni or nllico:
"I had both money and a friend, of
either thought I storo.
I lent my mono to my friend and took
his word therefor;
I fought my money from my friend,
which I had wanted long,
I lost my nmnoy uml my fiiend, and
was not this a wrong!
At'Ie.igth with nionoy came my fiiend,
which pleased mo wondrous well,
I got my money, but my friend, nwny
ipilto from mo fell.
Now had I money and my fiiend, as I
linvo had liefnm,
I'd Keep my money uud my friend, mid
play tho fool no more."
Of booklets. "Tho Houso Hy tho Side
of tho Komi" Is a good typo, it Is by
S. W. l'nss and tho last of llvo hIuiuiis
"Lot mo llvo In a houso by tho sldo of
llio inad, whom tho ruco nf men
Th6y aio good, they aro bad, they nro
weak, they aro stiong, wlso.
foolish, so am I,
Then why should I sit In tho scorner's
seat, or hurl tin cynic's ban?
Let mo llvo In my house hy tho sldo
nf tho Hii.id, and bo a friend to
"Tho Obstacle." by Charlotte Per
kins StetBim, Is In brown and cream,
vvltli ornamental borders;
"I was walking up a mountain patch
wiiu many things to do,
Important business nf my own, and
other people's ton,
When I rnn across a prejudice, that
quite shut off my vlow,
I took my hat, I took my cane, my load
I settled fair,
I approached that awful Incubus with
a mi iibseiil-mluded air,
And passed directly through him ns If
lie wasn't thero'"
"liivlctus," by W. i:. Henloy, ending.
"I itni tho mnstor of my fate,
I urn tho captain of my soul,"
Is beautifully pilnted In black mid red.
Among other attructivo uud helpful
Out all surplus
on Monday, and
Tho Sermon In the Mount. Illble. I
Tho Two Handles. C. F. Dole, Ix3
Inches, 7 pp.
After Death In Arabia. Edwin Arn
old, 3x1 In.; 8 pp.
The Human Christ. C. F. Hole, i"x3
In.; 10 pp.
Onca Doing Will Not Suffice. Jos
cphlno Pollard, 3x5 In.
Home. Chan. Swain, 3x3 In.
Waiting. John lliu rough, 3x.rr In,
All There I'ut Their Trust In Their
Tho Faith of An Optimist. C. F.
Pole, Rx3 In.
Tho Order nf Peace ami Goodwill.
C. F. Dole.
Comrailos. C, F, Dole.
Tho lust three I wish every man nml
woman In HnwBll wouhl get anil keep
loso nt hanil for freiitient daily refer
They have. In them the meat of all
All these Publications ninv. I think.
bo Rccureil through any Honolulu book
seller, nt the Hawaiian News Co.'a
stores, at nny rate.
B. S. GOODHUE,
Holnaloa, Hawaii, Sept. 1908.
Paul Elder & Co., Now York.
School of Printlnir. North
Union, llnston. Mass,
Jnmes II, West Co., Boston.
(Continued from ?st 1)
K. W. Shingle, "Statehood rnther
than government by commission."
Judge Kingsbury, "Stralhgt Kepub
Uranism." John Kantanoulti, "Itepubllcan Par
ly tho best friend of tho Huwullans."
Urlef j-cmarks will nlso bo mado by
Colonel Sam Parker and Ktl Towse.
Tho Republicans will hold a largo
meeting nt Wnlnlun this evening, tho
majority of tho candidates having ar
rived there today after their tour
thiough tho Koolau districts. A spe
cial trnln will bring candidates from
Honolulu, ns well ns their friends.
There will bo eight cars In tho train,
three of which will bo reserved to
tho candidates and those Invited by
them, each candidate hnvlnc been
given throe tlcKets for his friends.
One car vylll bo given tho runners,
and tho remaining four cars will be'
held for the passengers who will bo
picked up at the way stations. It is
expected that the return to Honolulu
will be during the small hours of 'he
Hie monster parade under tho
management of Col. J. W. Jones, v. Ill
bo the finest feature ot the Itepubll
can campaign. Over 1000 men will
turn nut, half of whom will bo in
uniform. Two brass bands liavo
been engaged nnd other music will
he In tho procession. Torches, red
Hie, Human candles, fireworks, trans
put encles, limits, and special features
will muko the parade well worth see
ing, It will reflect somo degree of
the llcpubllcnn enthusiasm.
All precinct lenders nml others
who have tho parndo details to look
after are' to bo at Itepubllcan head
quarters on Fort street ns soon as
posslhlo nfter 12:30 Monday noon,
where they will get orders for torch
es, musical Instruments, etc, Those
who are to take part In the parndo
nro to assemble nt tho drill bIici!
giounds, corner Hotel nnd Miller
C. S. Desks', who returned by tho
I.tirllno on Wednesday, says that p'rl-vntely-conducled
pool rooms nro tak
ing bets on tho result of election threo
lo ono that Taft will bo elected, oven
that Huglips will bo elected, nnd live
lo nno thai Taft will carry Now York,
MIsb Allco Weight of HHo caino
down nn the Bteumer Maul from Konn
jesterdny and Is tho guest of Mrs.' J.
Tho trial of John Wynno for murder
was continued yesleiday until .Mon-tiny.
now turning our attention
lines with a Bargain Sale commencing Monday Morning, Nov. 2nd
w1!! continue until every odd line
BUGABOO SPEECH BY
Achi Gives His Views on
What the Mayor
The Homo Kulers and Laborltra, nt
their meeting last night nt the coi
ner of Lllllin nnd School streets, de
nounced the Democratic party bc
cnuse its platform provides for the
establishment of suspect hospitals In
nil the Counties, whero children sus
pected of contagious diseases and
leprosy may bo dumped, preparaloty
to their being taken lo the settle
ment. The pathetic story told excited a
great deal of emotion and fear. Tim
parents, no matter whether they ware
Republicans, Democrats, Home Hub
ers or Laborltcs, were greatly moved
The meeting was a large one, thero
being about COO people present. Wm.
D. Kalauokalnnl Sr. made a stroiis
appeal to tho voters to seriously con
sider the matter of tho Democratic
suspect hospitals, to be establlsho'l
should Its cnndldates get elected The
speaker stated that the school chil
dren who were examined by the phy
sicians nnd found to have contracted
sord eyes or had n weak pulse, were
rejected from schools, with instruc
tions to the parents to nttend to their
children. Tho suspect hospitals, ho
said, would be tilled with such sus
pects, placed thero to receive mcdl'
cal attendance. Hut If no Improve'
meiit was effected they would bo
sent over to the settlement.
W. C. Achl, who Intended not to
speak Inst night In order to save his
voice for tonight's meeting nt An!a
Park, was sent for. Ills speech,
though brief, was enthusiastically ap
plauded. He said that the Republi
cans and Democrats liavo Included
In their platforms certain clauses,
providing for public improvements,
but falling to find ways by which
money could be gotten. In the enso
of the Homo Rulers and Laborltcs
such provision had been Included.
Speaking about the Independence ot
the candidates for Mayor, ho said
two things were necessary to mnlifl n
man Independent. One was wealth
and the other an Independent busi
ness. "When a ninn possesses these
two things, ho could say he was in
dependent. I admit," Bald Achl,
that nono ot tell candidates tor
Mayor aro wealthy, Lano and Fein,
furthermore, are not working for
themselves. They aro working on
nilaries. When they aio fired from
Mi ul f LrtLr Mini' will lin tfttii nnl tml tt
seek employment In order to make '"Strange onco popular Oakland so
their living. As long as they are ln'S,let' be,aut'' '" M ",ttn,,"to f l,'
the enmlov of tho Inter-Island co.n-lCo"tra "t Collnt- Superior Court.
pnny, Lano and Fern cannot call'
tiicmseivcs independent, biiomu ci-,
thcr of them be elected for Mayor
they will naturally yield to tho dicta
tion of thplr "boss," Kennedy, who
has fed tlioni for many years. If they
don't do It, they will not bo able to
r, unite. (i.m.1. nflnil tlioto tntil nil M fl '
Bvniiu nutu uuci uivti tutui v .
or expires. As for Achl, he has mado,"" i ".
his living Independently. Ho never . "
wn,kP.I for i. Miilnrv for tl.n last 28!dcr 0t MrS- Thom
u.n.l.n.1 t .,!, r..- l,n I.IO'
1, Ki V lllll Dl.llt.t III IIIU llllui'lo-
Innil, tho Metropolitan Meat Co., and
IF t-l.l.. ..I......l ... II... I..I.. lu.
the corpoiatioiu, which, he said, wero
trying lo Inlluenco thu volcis. Ho at-' ""'" ' '""' "7
tacked tho Itepubllcan and Democrat- errltry will put the new bill nf lad
le putties for not giving fulr treatment. 'n -proved by tho Interstate Com-
linurco Commission Into effect Nov, 1.
lo the people. Thy generally made'l
promises lor tho sake of getting vott.a.
nil wnen mey ware cicctcii mey lor-;
got thcipeoplo who helped dor: then
W. K. Davis, a candidate for Super
visor, made a hit. His melcs, compli
mentary to every candidate, vus c
peclally pleasing to the audience. III)
gestures were graceful and Ui was
called tho "rose bud" of Koolm
(leorgo C. Ilccltloy was gHe.i u rous
ing reception as he walked up on the
stand. Ho said that ho did i:'. cump
there to discredit the names ot his op
ponents, but to state that he was cap
able to hold tho office ot Couuty Tro.is
Chns. J. Hroad made an able s;ccch.
(leurgo Kaca asked tho voters to smiJ
him to the Legislature, where lu cnuld
do somctlitng for his people
MAUNA LOA AGAIN
On Tuesday noxt the steamer Mau
nn Loa will again commence her reg
ular run to Maul and Hawaii ports.
The Mauna Loa has been laid up for
some time, undergoing extensive re
pairs. She has been thoroughly
overhauled nnd Is ready ngnln to
poke her nose seaward. Tho final
touches were given the Mauna Loa
last night nnd this morning tho ves
sel began taking on cargo for Tues
Central Union niblo School nt 9M5
a. m. Morning woiship nt 11 o'clock;
tho minister will preach, subject "My
Brother's Keeper." Christian Endoiiv.
or, C:30 p. m. livening worship nt
7:30 o'clock; sermon by tho minister,
subject "Our Cltlzenrhlp." Thero will
bo special patriotic music In tho even
ing Mecdames Mott-Smlth and
Weight will also sing Shclloy's "Ves
Roman Catholic Cathedral. Sun
day services. Sunday, All Saints'
Day G and 7 n. in,, low masses with
holy communion; 9 a. ni children'.
mass with English sermon; lO'.SQ
a. m., solemn Pontifical mass with
special music for tho occasion; 2 p.
m., rosary with nnttvo Instruction:
7 p. m., Portuguese sermon nnd sol
emn benediction. Monday, All Souh'
Day: C nnd 7 a, m., low masses with
general communion; 9 n. ni., solemn
requiem ninss for tho dead. Friday,
First of the Month: G and 7 a, in.,
low masses with general communion;
7 p. m benediction of tho Hlesscl
St. Augustine, Wnllillil. Sundny:
9 n. m,, mass with English scrmo.i;
3 p. in., meeting of the Sodality. Fri
day: 8 a. in., mass with holy commun
ion. Mother lovo leads Mrs. Nellie Mil-
Citizens' ticket is only ono filed for
Iiorkoloy freeholders' election nnd
m...I...I a -. ........ Id
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nnur Innvltnltln ,,til,.ciu nhnrrn. la vntAil
Oakland City Council refuses lo In
dorso Councilman Jackson's scheme
tor 13,000,000 bond isstio for wharf
indicted for nuir
'."' " "" 1 IIUMII'MJII HI Vlll.Uhu,
I freed when It is shown that ho was
iflift Vtott,,, nt itlcl.,ln t.lnnHIl
"" -! ' ,tn,nv. ,.' li.,
, I Witness In Oovernment Inquiry
bines scciet methods of powder trust.
I Tll.. I.. I., .m.i.i m.niln
room in this department for large shipment
as to style and prices please see our Circulars,
is cleared out.
Store, Alakea St.
UHAlltl UAlU nUllIU
WILL CARRY HAWAII
Internal Revenue Collector Walter
F. Drake nnd his assistant, Deputy
Collector Harding, returned this
morning after having made a trip
around the Island of Hawaii. Drake
reports that ho found everything In
a satisfactory condition bo far as the
revenue business was concerned.
"Kvorythlne points to Kuhla on tho
Dig Island," said Drake. "Tho peo
ple thero appear to be In favor nt
the Delegnte throughout the Isl
and." On Sunday evening at the Methodist
church an Interesting and unusual ser
vice will be given. Mrs. E. M. Whltte
more, tho founder of tho Door of Hopo
In New York City, has beautifully told
the story nf Delia, the bluoblnl ot
Mulberry llcnd In her "Story of tho
Pink Roso." This Is fact, not fiction,
and because, it comes from the lieart
it touches hearts. "Miss Cornelia Walk
er will read tho story and tho musical
numbers will bo rendered by a chorun
choir. A most cordial Invitation Is ex
tended to nil.
Members of the churches ot Kalllil
nnd Moanntua will give a grand con
cert In tho Opera Houso on Saturday,
November 11, 1908. This was decided'
upon, lu accordance with the resolu
tion passed by tho Hawaiian Evangel
ical Association, which convened In
HHo. The receipts of tho concert will
be used for tho benefit of thoso
ihurchcs. Tho concert commences nt
St Andrew's Cathedral November
1, All Saints Dny. At 11 n. m. Ulshop
Kcstarlck will preach a sermon en
the "Stnto of those who have depdrted
this life." At 7:30 p. m , at C-.ora!
even-song tho Rov. E. T. Sl'iiiisor. will
bo tho preacher.
Christian Church 9;4S n. m . IJlbU
tchool; G:30 p. m Y. P. S. C E.; 100
u. m., sermon, subject "The Mlrslou of
Jesus"; 7:30 p. m., sermen, subject
"Sowing and Reaping." All nro wel
come. Tho Catholic Church of St. John the
Haptlst, Kallhl-wacna, in chargo of
Rev. Father Clement. Tomorrow, No
vember 1st, Feast or All Saints, 8:30
a. ni., high mass, sermon, collection,
Sunday school. 4 p. m. Rosary. Next
day, November 2r, All Souls dny.
Jack Atkinson "I am willing to l:,y
a personal side-bet that Cathcatt's
vote will exceed that of John Lane."
Mrs. Samuel Parker was taken to
tho Queen's Hospital yesterday after
norm to undergo an operation.
P. T. Eckcr uml S. Ecker wcie
sentenced at Clarksburg, W. Va., to'
four j ears In the penitentiary fur
making spurloii'i nickels, which wero
used to work slot machines.
Grand Duchess Elizabeth, widow of
Oraiul Duke, Soi f,lus, who was assas
sinated at Moscow In 190S, has re
tired to n Russian convent near Mos
cow, Sho may decido to tako the veil.
D. M. Cnrr, an advocate ot parcels
post legislation, In an address before
tho Nntloual Rural Letter Carriers'
Association at Omnhn,Neb urged the
piiBsago of the Hurnhmn congression
al bill, which, he contended, would
mako the rural postal service bcK-sus-taliilng.
Ho jald 1-ccut postage, it
It should become effective, would en
tail a loss ot millions of dollars.
Tlio Equltnblo Life Assuranco So
ciety has sold its holdlncs of 2fi00
shores in tho First Nntlonul Hank of
Chlrago, receiving ?400 n share,
At the ago of 10D, Simon Harris
arrived in New York from .Jerusalem
bo as to register for tho election. Ho
has dived In Jerusalem ten jenrs, but
ulwa)s returns lo America for Presi
A number of the Limlu.ilel govern
ment lots will bo put on iiali next
Wednesday at the land office.
Chief Clerk Lloyd Conkllnjt nndo n
flying trip to Maul last evening. Ho
will return tomorrow momlr
Wong Moon Tong. tho Chinese who
hoi been arrested in connection vlth
fraudulent certificates of HkvvoIIiiii
birth, will have his case heard be.
fore Judge A miracle for committment
to tho Grand Jury next Thursday,
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Dabbltt stated this morning that very
encouraging reports were coruliu: lu
to him with regard to the work that
is being done by pupils on t'ju other
islands In preparation for tho exhl'-it
ut tho Alnska-Yukon-Paclflc fulr.
Stxty-nlue cases ot trachoi.n wero
found to exist among the pupllE ol tint
Knahumanu school, according In thu
report thai has come from Dr. llircs,
tho nuw government physician, Ihu
uamo number of cases of co'ilimctlv-.
ills were also found, 5 enses ot f.i!lci
lar conjunctivitis, and 2 cases of Itch.
Argument on tho demurrer In tbo
contest of (ho will of the Into August
Drelcr will bo heard some time next
week. The outcome of this wil! pi rib
ably decide whether or not tht will
can bo broken. ,
tatters testamentary wero this
morning issued to William R. Cnstlu
In the matter of the cstato ot E. II.
THE STEAMER NOEAU, Captain
Sack, of the Inter-Island line,
brought G43 bags of rice when sho
reached port from Kauai this morn
THE STEAMER 1WALANI, Cap
tnln Self, nrrlved In port hero from
the Island of Moloknl this morning
ut 8:12 o'clock.
LURLINE, the Matson liner, mov
ed over to the Railroad wharf Mill
morning to tako on cargo.
ON WEDNESDAY NEXT the A.
II. freighter Mexican will lenvo hem
for the mainland with 3000 tons of
sugar and a miscellaneous cargo,
THE P. M. S. S. ASIA sailed front
Yokohama on the 28th, She Is duo
to arrive here on November G. Sho
brings 870 tons of freight for Ibid
THE INTEK-1SLAND Steam Navi
gation Company calls particular at
tention to the fact thnt no freight
will be received upon nny of its bonis
on Tuesday. Ships sailing on that
day will have to complete their load
ing on Monday.
PURSER PHILLIPS of the Mattnu
Kca reports that when the ship left
HHo, tho Whitney, Enterprise, anil
Marston were still in tho harbor. Tho
Enterprise expected to sail at noon to
day, whllo tho Whitney Is londlnR
ties for the Pacific Coast.
THE MAUNA KEA. which arrived
this morning from Hawaii, brought
a miscellaneous cargo, Including ono
uutomoblle, three dogs, fonr mules,
two bags coin, and 6G2 olila ties.
Tho British cruiser Inflexible ut
her official trials lu tho Clyde attain
ed n speed ot 27 1-4 knots, breaking
all records. It wus stated after tho
trial that her speed would have been
greater had not the fog hindered.
Earthquake shocks in southwestern
Russia have caused serious panics
among the occupants of public build
ings, many perwr.s at Kiev being In
jured In attempting to escape.
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