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EVENINO BtLLETIN, MONOLTJLTT, II. T., SATURDAY, JULY 13. 1901.
The ever popular Rainier beer li be
coming a household word and "will
you have a kIms of Seattle," la mora
often heard than anything el. Th
Criterion Saloon baa the beer on Up c?
The weekly edition of the Erenlng
Bulletin gives a complete aummary ot
the newt ot the dax.
THIS IS ONE OF THE GREATEST LACE
seasons of recent years, and beautiful laces' of a fine
quality are greatly in demand. Our heavy purchases
enable us to offer some of the most desirable laces of the season
at prices that we are positive cannot be equalled elsewhere.
ALL OVER LACES A very tine assortment In silk and cotton.
Just the thing for trimming shirt waists.
NEW TRIMMINGS .
The great superiority of our Trimming
Department is a matter of common know
ledge It's values cannot be approached
by others. ---------
SILK APPLIQUE In new pattern of black and white. The new
designs are simply exquisite.
MUSLIN AND CHIFFON TUCKINGS
very suitable for yokes. The designs are all
new, and the prices very low.
A FANCY SILK CHANCE
one good Item tumbles along after another. This one
is bound to engross your attention. For just one week,
ending Saturday next, we will sell regular S1.25 and
S1.50 per yard, fancy silks handsome stripes and
fancy figured patterns, at the uniform price of
05 cents per ard
KOBO BUST PERFECTORS
Lend added beauty and grace to the female form divine. Any
woman who wears one can have a beautiful figure. Try one.
w-k r Don't forget that we have Fine Sheer Linen for
tr 5 handkerchiefs and fancy drawn work.
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DOILIES, JEWELRY, ETC.
ARE NOW SHOWN AT
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ROCHE HARBOR LIME
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FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
PROBLEMS FOR THE
All communications to this column to be addressed to Chess Editor, Even
ing Dullctln, P. 0. Dox 718, Honolulu. Contributions and solutions ot prob
lems should reach the editor before Thursday noon of each week.
Correct Solution of Problem No. IT receUed. K. Schmidt, P. Schmidt
and r Schmidt.
PROliLEM NO. IQ.
BY F. SCHMIDT.
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WHITE .MATES IN I WO MOVIS.
The problem aboio was sent us for
"Fourth of July" week but reached us
too late. It was imbllafced a few jcars
ago In tho S. V. Chronicle under the
title of "The Crown of Hawaii." The
II represents the Goddess of Liberty,"
the solution explains the reft.
The following game played at St.
Petersburg, some time ago the ending
It quite unique.
GAME NO. 30.
(Score nnd Notes from "Checkmate.")
If 31. ...
White continues as
If RxR then 35. Qxlt.
The Whole Story
in one letter about
From Capt. (. I.nyf, Police Sutlon No.
6, Montreal : "We frrqufntlr me I'rnRV
Dins' l'A-KtLI in tot ;(na in Ihl ilom
nrh, rhritnatttm, af'nru, rott b1ttt ehU
btoint, .'rfitn;, and all affllctlona ttllch
brfa'lrncnlu our toltlon. I hate iiohtaU
tatln In "jinn that I'llt.KlLLtn (I IU
l4t retnt'ty ti liave nrar at hand."
L'pciI Inteninlly Hint i:iternnlly.
Two Size, 23c. anil 5oc, bottlra.
and mate ran not be nveiteil. 33.. .
Kt-Kt2; 3C. Q-US ch.
In conjunction with his two next
moves recommended by Stelnltz. The
second player secures an advantage for
the end game, but tho two open files are
often the means of subjecting him to
a powerful attack.
7. Pxll 7. Kt-QIll
8. H-Kt3 8. KtxB
9. ItPxKt 9. P-113
10. Castles 10. Castles
11. Q-Ksq. 11. I1-K3
12. P-113 12. Kt-G2
13. Q-Kt3 13. P-113
14. Kt-KIU 14. p-qna
13. P-Q4 13. Kt-Kt3
1C. (JIl-Qsq. 10. Q-K2
17. P-Q5 17. PxP
18. PxP 18. I1-Q2
19. P-K4 19. .QU-Ilsq.
For tho double purpose of concen
trating the Rooks on the KH file and
clearing tho way for tho QKt.
QR-KD2 21. Kt-Rsq.!
Kt-Qsq. 22. Kt-I12
Kt-K3 23. Kt-Ksq.
Kt(K3)-II3 21. IlxKt
2C. PxP looks very tempting, because
of tho continuation 2C Kt-KtG ch.,
PxKt; 27. Q-R4ch., followed by 2S. PxP.
Black, hnnetrr, has an effectho de
fense In 25 K-Ktsq., nnd If then
20. Kt-Ktfi. PxP: 27. PxP. P-Klll. If,
however, 20. Q-Ktl, then 20 R-
KII2; 27. Kt-Ktfi, Q-CJI12 and Whlto's
attack Is spent.
King and Queen are paiali(d, so
Ulack can move his pawns..
42. R-Kt5 42. Resigns.
A most remarkable r'-J'ltlon! After
some waiting moves by White (fo,- In
stance K-KtS nnd back), lllack piwn
moves arc exhausted and he must put
his Q en prise.
The position of the lyntlictlt prob
lem Is as follows:
White: K nt QR7: Q at K2; Kt at
KKt7; IVs at QUO and KI12; P nl Q2.
Illark: K at Q4;. P's at QU3, Q3,
K4, and Q5.
THE TAMILY KRU:ND.
No remedy has as good a right to
that tlt'e as Klckappo Indian Oil. It
Is good for Internal and external use;
It Is pain's most powerful panacea. No
ono can say "I won't" ha,vo neuralgia,
rheumatism, earaclio or any otbor
ncuto pain, but overyono who has a
bottlo of Klckapoo Indian Oil In tho
house can say with confidence "I
won't" have neuralgia or any othor
pain long. Tho power of this oil over
pain is marvelous. Toothache, car
actio, headache, neuralgia and rheuma
tic pains, dysentery, dirrahoca, cholera
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ways proof against pnln will, a bottlo
In tho house. Hobron Drug Co.,
agents for Klckapoo Indian Remedies
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Cornet Merchant unci Nuunnu Sts.
itlno HOTEL. ST., oppoalf Bcthel
Office 'Phone, 390.
Works 'Phone, 389
SaVe YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
BIG STEEL STRIKE
Pittsburg, Pa July 5. There U rca
sou to believe that something of Im
portance touching tho Interests of tho
sheet steel nnd hoop steel mills will
develop here tomorrow. It Is known
that a meeting of the amalgamated ad
visory board will be held, and It was
broadly hinted from a semi-official
source lntc today that a peace confer
ence had been held secretly lu New
York between J. P. Morgan, C. M.
Schwab and others high In the United
States Steel Corporation, with Persl-
fer !'. Smith and John Jarrott of
This being the case. It is more than
likely that a reply to the ultlmulum of
the Amalgamated Association will bu
In the hands of oMclals tomorrow In
time to be discussed by the advisory
board. It Is strongly suspected that
local leaders were today In telephone
conference with the New York people,
GROCERS SHOWN UP !
llllo, Hawaii, June 7. 1901.
Dear Sirs: In my Innocence I pur
chased here In llllo a Jar of your Pln-
Jloncy Pickles (put up by Mrs. 13. G.
Klchl, Richmond, Vn). It brought mo
great trouble, and one of three things
1. You must stop mnklng them; or,
2. I must get them at less expense;
3. I'm a ruined man.
Since my first venture I've hnd many
"Jars." My family from early morn cry
"Pickles;" neighbors ring the door-bell
and shout "Pickles;" relatives Islt mo
In expectation of "Pickles." Your
pickles nro my Nemesis. Please. Dear
Sirs, quoto them by the Keg. Barrel,
Hogshead, Ton or Shipload, und "prc
Yours very truly.
To Lewis & Co ,
HONOLULU, T. H.
HOT WEATHER RULES
Washington, July 5. The tenth day
ot tho present heated term Mas again
a scorcher, except where severe thun
derstorms, local rains or violent at
mospherlc changes Induced cool weath
er. In Arkansas, the cast Gulf States
Northern Ohio nnd New York thunder
storms brought relief. In Southeastern
New I3ugland, also, cooler weather
prevailed, tho temperature falling from
C to 10 degrees.
Yon will never
part with it.
Upstairs to Kitchen, .
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
We will install two 'phones complete under n guarantee at a price- -well
you cannot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
lllrdt o In Ociiil.
Chicago, July 0. A special to the
j Tribune from Pails, III,, says: City
and Woodford's great horse Hindoo
tlled yesterday, lie was ono of tho
j greatest sites nn record. Among his
get weie Hanover, Salllo .MtClellnn.
iHunganeu and Jim Gore.
ARE YOU DEAF??
V.ierj kind of rienfitr and illfllrull lirnr
In run h rnrrct bjrnur iibw invention i imir
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III llMrrciaMnt anrr. pond pirt'rulan rUju
7 uu rca 10. Conuitntlunand adrlco Tirr. KTtrjr
ne ran cure hlmelf tu till odd trnme at Terj
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W. R. CASTI.C JR., Secretary nnd Treasurer.
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Choice Beef, Veal, Miltton,
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HAVING PURCHASED TUB GROCERY BUSI
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We ask a share of your patronage : : : :
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JUDGE WILLIAM H. TAFT, GOVERNOR OF THE PHILIPPINES.
On .Tilly t civil rule Iii-kIiis lit tin IMillliiiilncx, with .Itnlsro William II.
Taft an lliu Hist American uovernor of our fiiHterii mt'liljieltiiro. JiuIko Tnft
lias liirti In tliu Ixltiuils fur smite months, trnvellnc fnnn piuvlnvu In province,
Htud) Iiik lueni conililliins nnd inakliiu hlinself ceiii'iiilly fanilllai' with the ter
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