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REDUttlONS ARE BONA-FIDE
A chance to buy Linens far below tha
THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY
will be last days of Sale
Dry Goods Co.,
Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts.
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Ask your druggist for the genuine and tas that the name J. J, tiearnsy It on (vary package.
Ready mixed (or use. More reliable and easier to use than powders. Druggists will
refund your money if it falls to exterminate cockroaches, waterbugs, rata, mica, ate.
2 os box 28c, 16 os box $1.00. At druasUu or sprM prepaid,
STEARNS ELECTRIC PASTE CO.. CHICAGO. ILL
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Durih's Hat Shop
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA
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When Samuel Clompcrs or tho Amcilean Kedorntion of Labor arrived
In New Yorfc Cltj from Kuropo, ho spoke ns follows of tho prospective
decision on the appeal of himself and other labor lenders from the Judg
ment and sentence for contempt of comt:
"It the court sajs that I must go to Jail for the defense of American
free speech, I Blinll cheerfully do so, mmo hack from Europe In order
to be on hand when the decision will bo announced. John Mltcholl,
Trunk Morrljon unil mBelf nre chargc-1 with befog guilty of contempt ot
court becnuse by speech and publication vc udvlsed tho continuation of
a boycott and wo aio under sentenco of Imprlao'nment."
Should tho decision bo against (iompcrs and his pssoclalcs the case
vlll bo appealed to tho United States Supreme Oourt. ' "
Gompcrs will leave for WnBhlngton to be present there when tho
decision la announced. On his arrlvnl thero 20,000 men will parnde In
Among tho lnbor leaders who win B0 'froin this city hf6 Herman
Koblnson, Samuel I'rlncc, Ephrnlm Kaufman, Arnold U.'McStnjl James '
1. Holland, Harry Do Vcaux, Juntos I. Hatch, Timothy yenloy unl
James V. Sulllvun'. '
Oompcrs discussed with lubor leaders tho report which ho will pre
sent to tho conontlon of tho American redcratloh of Labor, which meets
in Toronto In November, and which will cmbrnco his views on tho con-
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union iil uiuur urH'i"n"ii' umn vwuinn-o, .v ,i i,wufi v
ocnto un International federation of labor unions lysVork Wodd.. '
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iieney Badly Defeated In
Run For District Attorney
SAN ntANCISCO, Nov. 2. In the elections today tho supporters of
tho praft prosecutions were defeated till nlunc; tho line. P. H. McCnr
thy, the candidate of tho labor unions and closo ft lend nf tx Major Sclunttz,
wa3 elected Mnjoi with a majority of 10,000 oer Dr. T. 11. v. Leland,
the icform candidate, with William CtoU.er, tha strnlght Republican
Tlckcrt lias been clectcd'dlstrlct attorney, dofcatlng Jlenoy by ocr
Tho ote for supervisors Is close, and (hen li jet foma doubt us to
who h.ts been chosen. Over CS.000 voles were intt.
TAMMANY D0WH ED IN NEW YORK.
NEW YOIJK. Nov, 2. Alliums h T.tmmany elected Its mayor In the
elections tndnj, tho organization lost In tho election ot Hepiibllciu
Kuslnn members of Iho boat d, and tit e Legislature of the State is to be
Republican, although with n rcducVd mnjorlt). .
Judge Onjnor defeated Unnnard, the rttslnnlst candidate, by 70,000,
Hearst being n bad third. With the, exception of Iltnnaid, the Tnalou
Ists elected Lhclr municipal tckct. -
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BEPUBIICANS WIN IN BOSTON.
IIOSTON, Nov. 2. Elien S. lWnper, tho Itepubllcun canilldato for
Uovornoi, was elected today by n mnjoiltj of S.000 over Vilhcj, tho
Dcmoiiut, who led lu tho city vote. '
Tho Lcgislatuio will be lloputi llcnn. '''
EEF0RMEBS DOWN AND OUT.
When we tfet your wireless call for HELP,
we will come to the rescue with flood old
PRINTER'S INK :
COOD ADVERTISING HAS SAVED MANY BUSINESS MEM
FROM FINANCIAL SHIPWRECK
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 2. HoformciB wcro defeated all ocr tho
stnto tudaj, tho rout being widespread. Hut en hns been re-elected ills
ti let attorney of this city.
TOM JOHNSON LOSES IN CLEVELAND.
CLEVELAND, Nov. 2. Johnson, tho lefinm ciuullilalo for Major,
vvnH defeated by Baker, tho regular Republican iHiidldatc, whose mujorllj
KH0DE ISLAND REPUBLICAN.
PROVIDENCE, Nov. 2. Pothler, tho
been re-elected Governor ot the Stn te.
Republican rindld.ite, has
The New Panel Effect. The NoveHy
that is RicK; Dressy and Very Refined.
The color effects are very handsome, and
the Ties look like more expensive neck-
fhe Kash Co. Ltd,
OF NOI9ESOME TR KFIC
Tho Judiciary building Is unforlnn-i
(ttelj located, for the calm nnd screno
conduct of the courts of tho Territory,
Is tho point opinion of Judgcr Robin
son, Do Bolt nnd Whittle), who In a1
communication to tho Board of Super
visors lilt up tho olco of complaint
over what is termed tho constant noUu
and disturbance cmanatlmt from Mill-
lniit, street. Tho Jurists decln.ro that
tho court and Jury are much Incon
venienced by tho rush and rourof traf
fic over this thorotiRhfnic, Thoy sock
tellef at tho hautlit of the county sol
on?. Tito mutter goes to tho Road
Committee for Investigation and nc
185 ealtarial rooma 256 bul
itsa otflc. These are tha talaphona
'umbars & tia Bulletin offle.
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Al iKiiiivt: riLL. diiu niniLninjinvnj
Just arrived, some of the
most pronounced New York
style and patterns. We in
vite yonr -tarlieat inspeotion.
Note A stitch in time
saves nine and may save ft
doctor's bill. Our shoe re
pair shop is the most modern
WHEX YOU WAIT.
Regal .Shoe Store,
Kinj end Bethel Sts.
f, I I s.
WASHERS OF CLOTHE8 ' MARK HANNA'S GRANDSON
Clctnllucss muj be n.ett to go ill
IS MARRIED' IN S.ECRET
Ni:V YOllI Oct It. Mrs. fedmund
ross but It comes high for n mmilier K Sliillo dtrlmeil toihy that the mar
of Chlneso laundrjmeri whp haN been rt.'Ko of Iter son, Oirl if. llanna, tlio
ciriiluclJnR csttl)llfiini;nl8 .ylm ltl Branusun m me b- ii nuiin-i
famllv linen Is pinged of" Its Jce.tVj i ' ' " r'1 leionio I.euvltUof Short
Ivllon of soli. Jmko'llfiWliu'j rop ""I8. N J s tun.ilso to his pir-
ioKrnt..,1 fnnr nillllPan lit rnni-t vim elltS tlllll tlllt IllOlM VVOllM.'bp tlKl'll
have been arroslcd for dnin? h iplttciis "' 1U4B ll utmiiUo.i Hai-ni U n ml tot ,
vvltltotit a llcenso. As in till fon.ie- '-" v Vmn """ ci
cases of this nnttnc Ju,Ig Andrilo ,0,",0,l ncre Vmr"c" ""l Jme om
l-.t. pnstnoiioti action I nilio mallei 111l01 .fBtt ,"? 'l"lr ?,uc,Iwk! '":
until November 12. A Si.pteme Court 'l"-11 , '', h? lirl;,0T r" '" ' a"fnh,Prr "
decision along these lines It Is oM-oct- 'B ,ato ,:lnn", W" Stamford,
ctl will bo forthcoming nbout this ditto. "" -
"The Elevator to Success Is Not Running
Take the Stairs"
IF YOU hnvo been waiting for a rich undo to get Jerked hence and lc.ivo you a big for
tuno, give It up. Ho may live twenty years more.
If -J on tho jght thtit the w;ay to mako monoy was to save Tor several jours and thon
buy a big ilty block, glvo It up.- City blocks aro hard to get, and jou will loao the
worth ot two or three ot them while jou aro wnltlng and savlm.
Ir You Want to Save Money and Make Money Me
the Common Sense Method
HERE ABE THE RULES: , u ti
(1) lliiy 'n place jou Know Is good nnd hns promise ot getting better nil the time.
(2) Take something casj that jnu know you can bundle. Don't attempt big things
until jou have successfully handled smaller ones.
(3) lluy close to home whero jou run see what J ou huvo und keep your cje on It,
(4) lluy for future udvnnco rather than present worth, (let something that In all
reason ought tojio better next your.
(5) Take on all jou can possibly handle. If jou have enough to pay down on ona
lot, tnko threo Instead und pay part on each. Tho all-cash method is too slow for good
(C) Act at once. Don't lot grass Krow under jour foot. Delays never pay dividends.
(7) Undeveloped property nlwajs pajs bigger than duvplopcd property.
If you make an investment in the KAIMUKI NEW OCEAN
' VIEW DISTRICT, your savings will have a splendid opportunity to
grow with he city.
If you Have any doubt about the city growing, think about the new buildings to be
erected soon, including the Federal building and a $150,000 Y. H. (LA. building, the millions
of dollars to be sp:nt by the U. S. Government for military and naval improvements, the in
creasing millions of our agricultural and other products, the assured advantages to be derived
from the Panama Canal that will soon be completed, the way our delghtful and healthful
climate 'is being recognized as the best, and a few other things that makes it easy for ns to
understand why Honolulu has the most promising future that ever confronted an American
The size1 of our lots in the Kaimuki New Ocean View District are 11,290 sq. ft. each,
and our prices are $500.00 for comer lots and $400.00 for inside lots, with liberal installment
kklMUKt LAND COMPANY. Ltd.,
HONOLULU, T. H.