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EVKNINU IHII.I.KTIK, HONOlilH.U, TV II., MONDAY, NOV. 1, 191)9..
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NOW IN PROGRESS
Tremendous Reduction in Prices. A Ileal Money-Saving Event.
Tnblc Linen, Napkins, Lunch nnd Sinner Cloths far below the regular
prices. Buy now. No time like the present.
Hemstitched Fine Linen,
$3.00 Cloths for 32.25
450 Cloths for 33.00
7.50 Cloths for 5.00
8.50 Cloths for 0.00
$1.75 quality for 31.25
2.00 quality for 1.50
2.25 quality for 1.75
Tabic Covers and Napkins to
match, in sets, all at reduced prices..
$0.75 quality for $0.55 yd
0.90 quality for. 0.05 yd
1.00 quality for 0.80 yd
1.25 quality for 0.05 yd
1.50 quality for 1.10 yd
Union Tabic Damask
50c quality for 37 1-2 yd.
Portland Bank Wreckers
Are Placed Under Arrest
rOKTIjAXl), 01 p. Oct. .TO. A sensation wns sprung In -business
ilrrlos hero today when flvo prominent otllclals or tlie Oiogou Trust &
Savings ll.tnk woro ptneed under arrest, thopo being l'leMdont Mooio
mill Cashier MoitIh mid lliroc of tlio directors, tliechaige against tlicni
being ( lint of ncoeptliig deposit! for tlio bank, knowing tli.it It was In
miltciil, Tlio warrants woto Issued tin grand Jury Indlct-nents.
In addition to tills charge, iidAlHunnl charges of cniberzliiient'linvc
been RWiirn to nmltist Monie and Morris.
Standard size, new patterns, far
below the regular prices. i
$1.50 quality for. , .
1.75 quality for. . .
2.25 quality for
2.50 quality for. . . ,
3.C0 quality; for. . .
4.00 quality for. . . ,
4.50 quality for. . .
$1.00 a doz.
1.45 a doz.
1.05 a doz.
1.00 a doz.
2.00 a doz.
3.15 a doz.
3.00 a doz.
PJIINCE ITO'S REMAINS REACH JAPAN.
TOJvIO, Oct. 31. Tlio .lap.ino.),. battleship Iw.itc, ii'iiveylng the
bod) of I'llnco tin, ill lived nt Yiilioaiitl.n triilny, Tlio lnnl u.is ntct by
Aliibats.uhir Inotiyo, the clos.t f.'loml of Mo, ntiil by M.irquli Katsinn,
picinlor of tlio empire; Mi. S.ilto nnd I In on Koto, minister of (omuiu
iilcntltms. Tlio "body will be taken to Tulko in n rpeclal twin, where tlio
diplomatic mips nnd t tic nubility of Japan nnd foreign Kinornincnts
will be i.D luinrt to meet It. The In torment will tnko pljio Nov. -I.
Prince1 Ho met his death while on a Kit to n counti whMi lie bad
long boon nnxlotts to see, pirtly IffiuiFo It was tbc s cn of tlio gicat
battles of t!ie war wltb Kii'sla nnd parity bocotiEC lie wntitoil to Inspect
tlio itnto of things tin tbo South Mnnihuilnn railway.
$4.75 quality for. ...$3.00 a doz.
5.00 quality for. . . . '1.00 a doz.
6.50 quality for. . . . 5.00 a doz.
$0.00 quality for C5 a doz.
1.00 quality for 80 a doz.
1.25 quality for 05 a doz.
1.50 quality for. ..,$1.15 a doz.
Cor. ,Fort and Beretania
NO MOPE rOOTBALL AT WEST POINT.
WASHINGTON, Oct, SI.- I'nuntrlnl expie-sloni bere Indicate that
lis n result of tlie fill :U nocldont today In the football ganio between tlio
Wett I'olnt.nnd Harvard teams, tiy which Cadet n. A. Ilyrno lost his
Itfo, football nt the WcM Point mtlitnry school nnd Anunpnlh Nnvnl
Academy will tic piohlbltud. Ilyrno ' deatb lins nrmised n stiong sonll
nient iiKalist allowing the IKes of tlie raib't In be ondiinKorvdjiny lonj;-.
or by tlie B.inie, nnd official action will vor probably be taken.
KOREAN MOTE US CAPTURED.
Ri:0l.'l., Oct. 31. Tlio Jiipanenn linve overtaken nnd dlsperncd 'tlio
Kore.ui rioters wbo last Krlilny set tiro to mid succeeded In partially dc
Ktio)lim tlm inllway station licre. Tbc rlotern lied north, eloely pmsucd
by the soldiers, who finally eatiRlit Up with them nnd rratleied them.
The rlntliiR h i'onseiiient upon tlio nFsaaslmi'tlnn of I'rlnca ltd,
the net of the nssassln havliiK apparently cncournKod koine of tlio Kore
ans to icro't against Japnneso iloinliuitlon.
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SCHOONER ALOHA A WRECK.
I'OUT- TOWNSKND, Oct. 30 The Atnorlcnn schocrer Aloha, which
sailed from Honolulu Oct. C for this port, reached hero today In n help
less condition. Capt. Wcllknnat to ports n terrible oxpeiloncc, the vet
eel havliiK been bntteied nbrnt nt tbc mercy of n gaje for nineteen hours
on Wednesday Inst, after which she drifted helplessly for thirty hours
befnru help arrived. The vessel is terribly battel ed, sbivlus the offecis
of the heavy boas which pounded her. i ., , J
JAPAN KEEPING TREATY.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 30. The Jiipanoao Ainlimsnilor hero has ofO
elally Informed tbo government Hint tlio Jnpnnebo' truopi stationed at
Chlcnlno will bo wllhdrnwn on Tuesday, In nrcurilniirn with tho
pleilRo Klvcn to China In tho 1'eliln treaty, lly this treaty, t'lo zone of
Japanese Influence In Jlnuchurla Is clr.irly ilcfiiiod, while Jnpan ice
nlzes Chlnesu sovorclfiiity tner tho rest. -
REVOLUTION LEADER CAPTURED.
ATHKNS. Oct. 31. I.leut. Tlbnldos, the leader or tbo revolutionists
who captured tbo eight torpedo boats nnd wcro later forced-to surrender
thorn, has not et been captured. Tho situation here today Is'nulct nnd
It Is evtdont that tho revolt Is over. Tlio Oreelc picss condemns tho
uiutnly In severe terms mid insists upon tho' punishment of 'those who
participated In It.
ATTRACTIVE FALL and WINTER FASHIONS
Just arrived, some of the
most pronounced New York
styles and patterns. We in
vite your earliest inspection.
Note A stitch in time
saves nine and may save a
doctor's bill. Our shoe re
pair shop is the most modern
WHILE YOU WAIT.
Rfegal Shoe Store,
King and Bethel Sts,
GREEK REVOLUTION ENDED.'
ATHENS, Oct. 30. The Roveru inont forces, have- 'recaptured tlio
eight torpedo boats seized Tliursda y by n band of rcVritntfonlstH and tlio
revolution s over. I.leut. Tibaldos. tbo leader of tho reiolt, Is hi hiding,1
attempting to make his escape to Turkish soil.
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have been accustom
ed to pay Twenty
Five and Thirty
Dollars for their
suits should certainly
see these garments
that we are making
a special of at
Cor. Fort and Hotel
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
ABYSSINIAN KING DYING.
llKIU.IN, Oct. 31. King Menollk of Abyssinia, who wns seized last
Saturday with an appoplcctlc nttacl;, Is reported to bn sinking and his
death is expected hourly.
MRS. ROOSEVELT IN ROME.
HOME, Oct. 31. Sirs. Uoosovolt, wife of tho vx-l'iesldent, nnd her
family arrived hero today from I'.iris.
f Weekly Bulletin 81 Per Year
(Special to tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n.)
WAII.UKIJ, Maul, Oct. 29. W. II.
I'lace, commonly known as "Hill"
Place, who used to keep an nla
house on Mnunnken Btrect, below
Ilorclauln, Honolulu, somo 25 years
or more n go, but who Is now a resi
dent of Mnloknl, wns n caller nt
Wnlluku this week nnd renewed ac
quaintance with many kainnninns of
oier 30 years ago when ho was port
surveyor nt the port of Kaliulul. Ho
llnila lots of changes nnd Improve-,
iiiouts after -his long absence, but
tho bracing ntmosphcro remains tho
I Assessor J. II. Kuncwn of tho sec
ond tnxatlo ndlstrlrt paid nn official
visit to l,ahnlnn last week, nnd this
week Wednesday ho will return
from a similar visit to liana, tho
sec no of his bo) hood iluys,
BULLETIN ADS PAY '
Entered for Record Oct. 29, 1503, from
10:30 ,i. in. to 4:30 p. m.
Krnnk C. Hellers to Win. U IVter
J. 1'. Looney to I. J. ityan Tr Ul
Clins. S. Martin to I'. J. It)au Jr..A3l
Hon. Ilrowlng & Mnllg Co. I.Td to J
T. Scully Hoi
CIiiih. a. Il.ii Holt nnd wf to Ilni.
Ilrowlng ft Mnltg. Co. Ltd I)
Agnes C Womor to Notlco Notion
Isldor ltilblnstvln to Notice Notice:
1,. Abulia by Hop. Hher. to Carl On-
tnl et nl Slier I)
Yeo Ynp to l,eong Sum ot ul I,
Henry Van Oleson nnd wf to V. Su I
Tr - 1)
Maltha A. .1. Chamberlain by Atty ot I
ills to U'vl T. Cligjuiberljlu..... i
n nnd Agrnit
I.o I T, Cbamberlnln to Martha A. .1.
I Cbumborlnln ot nl v.....l)
111. N. Kiihiilepiinn nnd wf to-KulImn '
Kiillmn mill wf (o Sam Kaolielo. . . 1)
Martha A. J. Chambeilnin by Atty ot
uls to Hnvu Mlhsloii Children's
Socy : 1)
Kuiiiia Taylor to Aunn M. (Ieiu. . . .1)
Anna M. Hertz to Tiont Trust Co.
Entered for Record Oct. 30, 1909, from
8:30 a. m, to 10:39 a. m.
Knmti and t to Oiinmca Sugar
Cn , M
.1. I). Paris .to CheHiV K. Illacow..!.
Asakkhi Ogl and t tu l'lrst Hank
of Hllo. Ltd M
T. Knuko rt ul to l-Trsl Hank of
Hllo, l.td v CM
Margarita Knlol nnd hb to .hill i
Hiuellnu K. I.yuinu' nnd bsb to Mis.
John T, Iiiown ..., 1)
John T. Blown and wf ot nls tb He
leu IC. Knluti I)
John Hcsa to Kuillhi V. OIKeli.i nnd
bsb ........f. Hal
John T. Dakcr to William Campbell
i:. N. Holmes to O. It. Olscn AM
DOLLAR DRAWING STUNT.
(Special to tho lju I let lu.)
WAII.UKU, Maul, Oct. 29. Thu
Circuit Court of tho Second Judicial
Circuit met last Monday inornliit:.
Tho trial Jury was on band, but ''
none of tbo rases were icudy tho
Jury were told tu go homo and bo
back In their places uoxt Monday
morning. The case of II. T. Mills
Vs. J. Mukiihlo, appealed by defend
ant from Judgment of Wnlluku DIs
tilit Court,' was beard this after
noon. The plaintiff iirgued a mo
tion to dismiss the appeal on tho
ground thut Judgment by default
wns jinL uppe.ilnblc. Tho umlUf
was ovoriuled, mid tho plaintiff wns
, granted time to tile tho testimony of
Dr. P. I', 1'rear, who undgncd tho
! iirtount to platntlfr.
18r altorlal rooms 250 bu'
nest offlc. Then are the telephont
umbifM n fn Bulletin nfflra
Agricultural and Commercial
SECTION able to produce such a variety of tropical articles as may be produced in the Hawa
iian Islands, and having free access to a market demanding such enormous quantities of
those various articles as docs the market of the United States, ought to become not mejely
prosperous, as it already is, but one of the most prosperous and perhaps the most prosper-
ous of all the tropical communities of the" world. With the power to produce sugar, of which
the United States imports more than one hundred million dollars worth a year; with the nower to pro
duce coffee, of which we import from seventy-five millions to one hundred million dollars' worth annually;
with the power to grow rubber, of which we import fifty million dollars' worth annually; with the power
to produce tropical fruits, of whioh we import thirty-five million dollars' worth annually; with the power
to produce sisal, of which we import fifteen million dollars' worth annually; arid with the1 power to pro
duce cocoa, of which wc import nearly ten million dollars' worth annually, the possibilitits of increased pros
perity in Hawaii seem to me very great." 0. P, Austin, Chief of Bureau of Statistics, Department of Com
merte and Labor,
CCASIONALLY it is necessary for us to read the statements of outsiders to appreciate the value
of our opportunities. In the above statement of Hon, H. P. Austin we learn of the possibilities
of our agricultural and commercial interests, which means a greater Honolulu, the. natural dis
tributing point and commercial center of our islands.
When you consider our agricultural, commercial and military possibilities, you must ad
mit that Honolulu will some day become a great city, nnd at the present rate of increase she will double
her population in the near future. Then when you consider her limited residential area and our priscnt
i real estate values, you will find thatt you canno. -Al:e a uetter inves'tment than the purchase of property
in our NEW SELECT RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT at KAIMUKI. If you purchase one or more of these lots
and place your deed away for one or two years yau will find yourself in possession of a valuable piece of
ti" property that will be worth several times the nmount you pay for it. In this New Select District and
' this Ideal Location with newly improved streets nnd such a delightful and healthy climate we are offering
lots with nn area of 11,230 square feet upon liberal installment terms nt $500.00 for corner lots and $400.00
fot; inside lots. These lots some day will be worth $2,000.00 each, and wc cannot suggest a better way
for you to employ your savings.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.,