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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 7, 1903.
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A few choice ones now in stock and they are in
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James F. Morgan, President; Cecil Brown, Vice President j
F. Hustace, Secretary; Charles H. Atherton, Auditor; W. K.
Hoogs, Treasurer and Manager.
H-u-stetce 3s Co., H-tdL.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
ewood, Stove, Steam, Blacksmith's Coal
Also Black and White Sand. Telephone Main 395.
Special Attention Given to Praying.
Afternoon Dispatches From Associated Press.
XEAV YORK, X. Y., Xov. 6. Sam Parks, the walking delegate
recently convicted of extortion, was today sentenced to thirty months
in Sing Sing.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Nor. 0. The ultimatum de
manding that Turkey shall accept the Austro-Kussian reform scheme
for Macedonia is momentarily expected.
BERLIN, Germany, Xov. 6. It was authoritatively announced
today that, the Emperor's American-built yacht Meteor will go to the
States next season to take part in the international ocean yacht race,
for whieh Sir Thomas Upton and Emperor William have offered enps.
SUMMIT, Mont., Xov. 6. Eire broke out in the Kearsarge mine
todav and is still burning. Over 00 miners are cut off from escape
by the names and it is feared it will be impossible to reach them.
beven men were Kiiieu in me nri
r'OTOY T.thrmis of Panama.
S. S. Dixie were today landed for the protection of American in
terests. The situation is quiet and the presence of American warships
and marines is having a good effect.
WASHINGTON. D. G, Xov. 0. The president has formally
recognized the insurgent government as the de facto government of
Panama. Admiral Coghlan lias been ordered to proceed immediately
to the isthmus and Admiral Glass with the Pacific Squadron is
hastening to Panama, where it is probable that marines will play an
important part in settling the troubled conditions.
RCGI 8T RED TBBB J
Don't You Think
it is a mighty convenient' thing
to be able to step Tftto our
store and buy custom-tailored
clothes ready-to-wear, that
will fit and sansfy you thor
oughly? That is one reason
why so many men who wish
to be weli dressed are today
STEIN-BLOCH SMART CLOTHES
Another reason is because
they cost about one-half less
than the made-to-order clothes,
require no special fitting and
you need not wait for them
they're fit-to-wear the very
Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes
are worn today by men of
means, who could not be won
back to the costly to-measure-made
habit by the most se
ductive offers because no
better clothes are made.
AND SPRING OVERCOATS,
A Pelican will swallow anything
But the wise man demands the best
Don't be a Pelican
Preserved With Injurious Acids. V
uuitne;ts. ki uawra.
Xov. 6. Marines from the V.
The final arrangements for the fu
neral of the Home Rule leader, Robert
W. Wilcox, were made yesterday.
There will be no State funeral. No re
quest has been made for the use of the
Capitol building, although the Home
Rulers did ask that the jrovernment
band, military and police be allowed to
take part in the procession to the
The request for these State favors
was made to Secretary Carter, as Gov
ernor, and as Governor Dole was not in
his office yesterday afternoon they
have not as yet reached the executive.
The funeral will take place tomorrow as
originally planned and will be conducted
by the Catholic church.
will have charge of the services which
will be held at the Cathedral. The in
terment will be made in the Catholic
cemetery on King street.
The funeral procession will be an im
posing one and will take on all the old
According to the arrangements made
yesterday the funeral procession will
leave the Cathedral at 3:45 o'clock to
morrow afternoon. The following is the
order of parade as arranged:
Marshal of the Dav.
S. C. Dwight, leader, and the Hui Hoo-
kuonoono Oiwl Hana.
William Kaleihuia, leader, and the Hui
Members of the Home Rule Party.
Executive Committee of the Home Rule
Hui poolas drawing the hearse,
Honorary pallbearers: G
WoOdS, C. P.
Elia Long, Palmer
Iaukea, Frank Harvey. David Not
ley, J. H. Boyd, A. Fernandez, J. E.
Bush, Sam Nowlein, C. W. Ashford,
T. C. Polikaoa.
Pallbearers: J. W. Bipikane, D. Damien,
Chas. Notley, D. Kalauokalani, Jr.,
J. M. Poepoe, ' R. N. Boyd, J. C.
Lane, J. K. Prendergast, Wm. Moss
man, Jr., J. A. Akina, William
The order of the carriages and their
occupants is as follows:
Princess Theresa Owana Wilcox, Prince
Keoua Wilcox, Princess Kaohi Ka
W. S. Wilcox, Mrs. W. F. Sherratt and
Chas. Wilcox, wife and children.
Mrs. Gohier, E. Wilcox and R. Wilcox.
John Wilcox, Mary and Anna Wilcox.
Mrs. E. Johnson and Stone.
William White and wife.
Mrs. J. A. Akina and family.
Sam Aki and family.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wurbt.
Arthur Wilder and W. Wilder.
Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Manase.
Mrs. Kahuila Wilcox.
Her Majesty Liliuokalani.
High Chiefess E. K. Kekaaniauokalani.
High Chiefess Lucy K. Peabody.
High Chiefess Kalani Kiekie Hendricks.
High Chief O. Makainae.
High Chief A. K. Palekaluhl.
Princess Mary Kunuiakea.
Princess Hoonanea Simerson.
Princess Malaea Kahaawelani.
Princess Mary Kinoole Ailau. ,
Princess Methau Beckley.
Princess Kahapula Beckley.
S, Princess Kahinu.
Princess Hannah Boyd and sister.
Sam Kamaiooili and wife.
Princess Kahalelaukoa Booth.
Princess D. Hoaoili. t
"President D. Kalauokalani and wife.
Vice-President J. P. Makainal and wife.
Rep. D. M. Kupihea and wife.
J. M. Kealoha and wife.
Members of the Legislature.
Members of the Judiciary.
Members of the Bar.
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BWS'CVW'''' r " "
of Dole and
Well authenticated reports indicate
that Samuel Parker is using his po
sition as Republican National Com
mitteeman for Hawaii to defeat the
confirmation of two Republicans, cho
sen by a Republican President to of
fice in this Territory. Parker is said
to have sent a cable to Chairman
Hanna asking him to use his in
fluence to defeat the confirmation of
Governor Dole as Federal Judge and
Secretary George Carter for Governor,
when President Roosevelt sends the
names to the Senate next week. More
over Parker is doing this without con
sulting the Republican Executive com
mittee of the Territory, and contrary
to tne wJshes of at least a majority of
tne memDers 01 tnat Dody. As a re
sult Parker came in for much criti
cism from Republicans who heard the
story yesterday. And, too, the Na
tional Committeeman is being criti
cised for his attitude during the recent
county campaign. Not only did he
not take any part in the Republican
work but he is alleged to have used
what influence he had to bring about
the defeat of the party for which he
acts as National Committeeman. Ac
cording to the story told at Republi
can headquarters yesterday Parker is
said to have visited the polls on elec
tion day in an automobile in which
were seated also Prince David, Col.
Cornwell. Democratic National Com
mitteeman, and Curtis Iaukea, Home
Rule candidate for Assessor. Nor is
this all. At one precinct where the
automobile stopped, Parker is said to
have repeated a number of times, "It
doesn't make any difference to me who
wins this time." A peculiar state
ment fl r laast fnr tha mlnnnuoil Viaor)
"vof the" Republican party in Hawaii to
ri,iro r.n oWHrm flov
make on election day
The Territorial Executive committee
is also said to have had some differ
ences with Parker. It has been found
impossible to obtain any information
from the Republican Committeeman,
not to mention aid of any kind. Re
quests which were sent to the National
Committee were returned with the
news that they had been long ago com
plied with, and sent to Parker. Par
ker never turned them over to the Ex
ecutive Committee, although several
attempts were made to secure from
him correspondence which he had with
the National Committee. Finally fur
ther efforts were abandoned and com
munication has been practically bro
ken off between Parker and the mem
bers of the Executive Committee.
Parker is reported to have sent a
cable within the past day or two to
Senator Hanna of the Republican Na
tional Committee asking him to use
his influence to prevent the confirma
tion of Dole and Carter. Parker since
his own failure to secure the Govern
orship, is said to be working for
Treasurer Kepoikai. His particular
grievance against the men nominated
for the vacant places, is said to have
arisen from their refusal to give him
the Kohala water franchise as asked.
Col. Parker was asked over the tele
phone last night as to the truth of the
story of the cablegram to Hanna.
"I got nothing to say, I got nothing
to say," he replied. "You newspaper
fellows always know more than I do,
so I " and Mr. Parker or central
broke the connection.
HOARSENESS IN A CHILD that is
subject to croup, is a sure indication
of the approach of the disease. If
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is given
as soon as the child becomes hoarse,
or even after the croupy cough has
appeared, it will prevent the attack.
It always cures and cures quickly.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., Wholesale
Agents, sell It.
"Mistah Pinkley,' said Miss Miami
Brown, "you sings Jes' like you was
a bird. Deed, Miss Miami," was
the rejoinder, "If I was a bird I reck-
on I wouldn't be able to sing. I'd
be a chicken-hawk." Washington
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THE OAHU POLO TEAM.
About 4000 yards of
from the Mill which
ana tnereiore bought at a reduction of
25 Per Cent Off Regular Prices
About 1800 yards of the regular 10c. quality;
On Sale This Week at 7 l-2c yd.
About 2000 yards of excellent grade regular 12 1
I-2C quality; :-; :-: :.: :.: ... ylm
On Sale at 10c yd.
All pieces run from 9 yards to 18 yards. Large variety of patterns
to select from.
THE LATEST BEADED GIRDLES,
THE LATEST CHIFFON VEILING.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
WILL BE NO
The Certificates of
Secretary George R. Carter yesterday
issued certificates of election to the
men chosen to county offices at Tues
day's election. This ends all talk of
contest as far as the Secretary's of
fice is concerned and if the Home Rul
ers want a recount they will have to
apply to the courts to give It to them.
From what could he learned from
Home Rulers yesterday the idea of a
contest has been practically abandon
ed although the committee, John Wise
and Curtis Iaukea, still have the mat
ter in charge. As a recount would
not affect either of those two very
materially It is more than likely that
no further action will be taken in the
matter. Not only is the question of
expense a serious one for the Home
Rulers, but if the case ever gets into
the courts it is likely to drag along so
as to prevent the county government
from being put into effect on this isl
and at the beginning of the new .year.
As far as mandamus is concerned that
phase will have to be abandoned as
the election certificates have already
"I waited for more than twenty-four
hours after the official returns were
in for the Home Rulers to act. and
then issued the certificates as requir
ed by law," said Secretary George Car
ter yesterday. "Several members of
the Home Rule party called to com
plain about the count, but when I ask
ed if they were acting officially they
said no The men that called wanted
the ygovernment to institute the pro
ceedings, but certainly that is too
much to ask. That would be the worst
form of paternalism."
The following is the form of certifi
cate issued to the elected officers:
COUNTY OFFICERS CERTIFICATE
"I, G. R. Carter, Secretary ofthe
Territory, do hereby certify that
was on the third day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1903, duly elected
of the county of Oahu for a term ex
piring on the second day of January,
A. D. 1905.
"Witness my hand and the seal of
the Territory this sixth day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1903. G. R. Carter, Secre
tary of the Territory."
Some of the officers-elect say that
the whole talk of the contest comes
! from a disgruntled faction of Repub-
Means, who have always tried to make
. trouble for the party. "If the Bulle-
I tin would shut up," said one of them
1 yesterday, "the Home Rulers would
."' .'.!" " "
(Rice & Perkins, Photo.)
Flannellettes bought direct
are called Short-Lengths
IT'S ALL TALK
Yes, But it is Honolulu Talk
ihe Kind that Counts in
Talk that tells.
Talk that's endorsed.
Every day talk by ipeople who know.
City talk, kidney talk.
Do kidneys talk?
Well, yes, both loud and long.
You should learn the kidney lan
Backache in kidney talk means kid
ney ache. (
Lame back means lame kidneys.
A bad back is simply
The kidneys, talking trouble.
Here's Honolulu talk and kidney talk:
Mrs. Grace Dodd of 524 Young street,
this city, informs us: "My sufferings
were of a complicated nature; I had
enlargement of the liver, according to
the doctors' diagnosis, and besides
this was troubled with severe pains In
the right side, and a lame back. I
had these backache pains for two
years, and so severe were they at times
that they prevented me from sleeping.
All the medicines I tried were of no
avail until I got some of Doan'a Back
ache Kidney Pills at the Hollister
Drug Co.'s store, and used them. The
benefit obtained was wonderful; the
backache was entirely relieved and 1
cannot be too grateful for this since 'I
now enjoy good sleep one of the chief
of Nature's blessingB."
It is important to get the same medi
cine which helped Mrs. Dodd DOAN'S
BACKACHE KIDNEY PILLS. There
fore ask for Doan's Backache Kidney
Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are
sold by all chemists and .storekeepers
at 50 cents per box, six boxes $2.50, or
will be mailed on receipt of price by
the Holllster Drug Co., Honolulu,
wholesale agents for the Hawaiian
soon quit their talk, but as long as
they are egged on by the same old
clique of so-called Republicans, they
will keep on trying to get a recount
if some one furnishes the money. As
a matter of fact a recount would not
change the result, and would only
keep the Republicans from taking of
fice when the county act goes into
effect, and cause disturbances gen
erally." Probably the Republicans will soon
have a jollification meeting.
Sec tne gxrms that
cluster a round mad
tat at the root of the
hair, making dand
ruff, causing falling
A Healtky Hair.
"A" mark exter
nal layer of epider
mic sheath. D "
marks the interior
marks the Internal
layer. "C marks
the root of the hair.
Destroys those parasitic germs;
and it Is the only hair preparation
that does. "Destrov the canaav
you remove the effect."
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Kurvy, pimples, eput. blotchee, pains aod swelling
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eliminates all poisonous matter from the body.
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