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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, OCT. 27, 1910. V r t "if n I '1(1 , i i X r ;LAST FOUR JDAYS ', Of tlio y Great White Goods Sale S s s s s i i Sachs' Dry Goods Co Fort and Bcrctan!a Streets Opposite Fire Stat The splendid value i offered at this sale arc so attrac tive to the careful buyer that many of our customers have stocked up. THE LOW PRICES OF THIS SALE WILL CONTINUE TO INCLUDE MONDAY. OCTOBER 31 and cover NAIN SOOK, LAWN, LONO-CLOTH and INDIA LINON that arc used in every home for Dresses, Underwear and Fine Lin geric. , REMEMBER THAT THERE ARE BUT FOUR DAYS MORE ' Station Grading, Road and Driveway Building Filling, Tennis Court Construction p. m. pond; Constructing Contractor Telephone 1890 STOP at the HOTEL MANX ii- IN SAN FRANCISCO This magnificent hotel is situated on Powell street, in the heart of the city, immediately accessible to all the shops, theaters, railroad ticket offices, etc. EUROPEAN PLAN Bedroom, with detached bath, $1.50 and upwards; with private bath, $2 and upwards; Jmrlor, bedroom and private bath, $5 to $10. AMERICAN PLAN--$3 and up per day. NOT ONLY THE BEST AT THE PRICE. BUT THE EQUAL OF, ANY AT ANY PRICED Honolulu Representative: WILLIAM DOUTHITT. ROOM 308, MeCANDLESS BUILDING- Pretty Boxes for Your Xnias Gifts TISSUE PAPER TO WRAP THEM IN, AND STICKERS TO FASTEN THE PACK AGE. CHRISTMAS BELLS In different s'zes, from.,.. Sc to 50c Hawaiian News Co., Limited Alex. Young Building Office"Supply Co., LIMITED ' Dealers In REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS, TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES, OL0BE-WERNI0KE FILINQ CABI- NETS and BOOKCASES, GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY. 2s Pioneer Shinle tam WvEiT fcii ",; i, 1 w FUUER? &CO. MANUFACTURERS SAN MANC19CO. our wood A proservutho for splnglcs 11ml lough work. a 1 I'cimancut In color. LEWERS & COOKE, Limited 177 SO. KING STREET 031 FORT STREET TOYS! TOYS! CinLDREN HAPPY AGAIN Our Toy Department now open. with a Fresh Stock of TOYS, GAMES and a splendid line of BOOKS. WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD. King Street The Books Talked About Are on Sale at A. B, ARLEIGH & CO., LTD. Everything in Books! " BROWN & LYON. CO., LTD. Alex. Young Building M. E. Silva, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALKEB Prompt and Polite Attention CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITX CATHOLIC SISTERS Phone 1179 Night; Call 1014 Compartments in the City Mausoleum For Particulars Inquire of TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO, Limited ART LEAGUE NAMES OFFICERS Retiring President Advocates Affiliation With Kin dred Societies. The kilolmid Art League- licld lit) regular alinuiil meeting cstcrd.ir aflernuon, nt wliltli the following f Ikcrs were elected: President, MlsS Frances fciwicnrc, who takes the place- resigned liy D. It. Hitchcock; lre-prosltlent, IJ, A. I'. Newcomb; trcaituer, Mr. MC.mglicy; secretary, .Mrs. 1. M. Cox. The board of trus tees were rcelctted for another term, 80 that no change wus mado In that ilcp.utment. The new nudltor Is D. V. Amlcriion, while the directors at laigo mo Mrs. Tucker nud Mr. Oil more. rollowlng the election of nlllceni there W.i8 u oto ot thanks tendered to the officers who hud guided tho uffulrH of tho league during tho past c.ir and were now retiring. 1'iom the rcpurtH made by the of ficers. It wa seen that thero had been furty-tlneo new members added to the lists during the cnr. This shuns a slight tncrcaoc oer the mini ber of new members added to the league In tho irectllng jeur. l'icalilent Htchcocl( closci'j 111 term of ofllio with his report to the society. In which he recommended tho ullillutlon with other societies that uiu working ulong the name lines. Touching on this mutter, lie wild: "That for which tho art league stood In tho paBt when It, alone nl moht, In Its Held was tho public's olie for an organized society ot all the lino arts, has been In part taken up, perhaps nioio fully, by other and mure recent organisations, "1 might cite tho Collcgo Club, Morning Musical Club, work now being tarried on In tho Collcgo of Hawaii, etc. So that, viewed from tho original standpoint from which wo started, tliu art league hag lurgely outlived Its usefulness In many of tho Ileitis from which It gained much of lis strength. "Henco we deduce two cry good and substantial reasons why .the art league should not attempt to go on "That Is the extremest view. "There seems to be a better, every wuv mbro desirable, outlook, and that Is .for tho various clubs and so. cletles, whose work brings them Into alignment with tho activities of the art league, to be brought together Into ono organization or federation, ca-h to carry on Its scpaiato and In dividual work on Its own lines, but to be a supporting member of the federation us a whole. "Call it a federation of clubs. If ou will, dlscaidlng the old name ot Kilobaud Art I.cuguo. Let tlioso ac tivities that nro still tho league's un disputed own retain tho name, If so desired tho diamatlc, art exhibi tion, original literary pioduutlons, etc. "Hut, whatever tho method, get to. getlier! I fully bellcto this to 'be the sanation ot tho lenguo. "I do not In any way advocate tho disbundiiicnt of the league. There nro certain uctU tiles for which we ulone stand and which aro our vory own uctivltlcs that wo have foster ed anil cndcuNorcd to make promi nent during the sixteen cars of our existence as an organization." The total amount of Indebtedness In Ottobcr, 190S, was $1BC'J.12. This sum was reduced during 1909 by many generous donuTlons by mem bers and friends of tho league to the sum of 1915.77. During 1910 Jons tlons to the amount of $90.!.b0'were made, thus reducing tho debt to $12.87, which amount was spedlly cleaicd up by the proceeds of one of the league's entertainments. During tho ear 1910 tho irrocceds from membership duos and rent amounted to $1208, which sum, c"u pled with that of tho many enter tainments and fetes given by tho viir Ions departments of tho league, nut only cleared tho association of all dobt, but gavo them u tutu! ul $209. n In the treasury. LTHEKEYSTONEi TO HEALTH IS HOSTETTER'Si STOMACH BITTERS ""The first bJ8 to a weak, stomach, sluggish liver or constipated bowels should be the Bitters, because it has proven its right to be called "the best." It is for Indices tion, Costiveness and Malar ial Disorders. Try it. For sale by Dennon, Smith & Co Ltd.; Holllster Drug Co., Md. Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Illlo Drui Co.; and at all Wholesale LIquo Dealers. Forccgrowth Will do it THE RENEAR CO. Limited ALGAR0BA BEAN MILLS THE PIONEER PLUMBER JOHN N0TT 183 MERCHANT STREET FERRER COMPARED WITH ROOSEVELT Ni:W YOUK, Oct. 13. "In on our frtmi now tho name of Ki-un- t-lsco I'orrcr will bo bettor knuwi than Theodore Hoosctclt'H nil In 100 ears will bo bettor known than Jesus Christ's." This declaration, olce-l by tho temporary chairman, icllor-ted tho sentiment of nearly all the spf-eches made in six different language nt tonight's meeting In Cooper Union Lnmmcmoiatlng tho first anniversary of tho Spanish teachor's execution. Christianity In goneral and tho Catholic church In particular wero attacked, and a piaycr wub offered by ThuddeuB II. Wukcinini, "not to uny deity or God, but to tho man race, lo tho world on which wo Ilvo and to ourselves." tnter-lsland and O, It. I.. Shipping bonks for Palo at the 11 u 1 1 0 1 1 11 office, f0c each. . democratic Candidates Were Obliged to Talk" Against Time. There wus an oratorle.il marathon out Knl I hi way lust cculug and an In trepid little bunch of Democrats with a scattering ot women und children remained finite passho while a dozen or moro speakers held down tho boards und at much length hulcled'out udvlco concerning the proper meth od of exercising tho elccthe franchise on .November 8th. Thero was a dearth of City und County candidates of Democratic faith present ut tho Kalltll rally Thew h.ul,, boarded tiq ljurrlrnii deck of a collide of doey-HCa automobiles ut an early hour In th afternoon anil commenced U tour ofutho- Island, the Intention being to make U10 welkin ring nt 11 iiimibfriuf'oiitaUlii.-frcclnctH It tell to tho candidates for the Sen ate and the House to endeavol-' to up peuse the craving of the-iI'muKscs" for rhetorical pyrotechnics, hIjI lOddle Hnnnpl, who holies Ito land tho short term In the upper house. was holding forth undo'iinxloush awaiting reinforcements when n red auto appeared In tho oiling bringing Judge Kdlngs and Jlcrtrum Ilhcn- biirgh, also listed us sultublo senator ial timber. The general trend of remarks of fered Inst ovcnlng wero along the line of mhocutlng a vote for tho straight ticket. Chairman Kaal took occasion to throw linguistic bouquets to the va rious candidates us they camo up for Introduction. An Hawaiian sexletti did much to hold tho llttlo crowd to gether und rcully did much tli relieve what might otherwise have, been 11 I nil In 1 id itimillnif i.uiWMD stivuiiiit g 1 BOMB IS HELD READY BY' MANIAC Calls af Residency of -Mrs, rouer rainier ' CHICAGO, Sept. 3Q. V)iut is bo lloved to have been u maniacal nt tempt to dtiamlto tho homo of Mrs. Totter rainier was mado public to day, I'rcd Vhalenmeur, 2G, is 1111 de arrest on suspicion of being either a dangerous maniac or n plot ter to kill luemners of tho Totter Palmer fapilly. W'hnlenmejcr was arrested lat night on tho porch of tho Potter Palmer home and a bomb ull rcadv foi Ignition was In his possession. Whalcumujcr rang tho bell at tho Jilnier home. Iho butler answorod and said Mis, Poltor Palmer was sick. Suspl Ion wus moused and tlie police wcio notllleil, When thoy nr- lived they found Vhnlenme.cr wait lug outside tho door with a butcher knlfo In Ills hand.' Ho resisted ar rest, but wus finally ovorpoworcd. Wliiilenmejcr said he h.id scon :i man cuiwllng toward th'o porch and had attacked hint. The' bomb with fuse attached was lying on the porch. He admitted having made It, Tho bomb wus filled with smokolcss pow der und nltro-glycerlne. The funo showed evidence of having been lighted, then pinched out. Wliulenmejer Is believed to bo rrnzy. After being taken to the po lice station he declnietl ho was en. gaged to marry n niece of Senator Cummins, llinlly Whnlonmejcr, n sister of tho man under nrrcst, told the police ho was Insane as a result of 11 provlous Injury to his head. In the Poltor Palmer homo at tho tlmo of tho man's arrest worn .ludgo Honnre, Mis. Poller Palmer's broth er; llonnro Palmer, her wn. nnd Mrs, Potter Palmer. "BENJAMIN CLOTHES" I VT F R C0icnt ,JI UffJi They are ex quisitely finish ed, expertW tailored and styled. TheA enjoy the dis-V tinction of being worn by the best dress ers the country over. 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