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FOR SALE EVBRYWHERBI
La Insular of America
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DaVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II, T., SATUIIDAY. AUGUST 31. 1301.
At Prices to Surprise Knowing Shoppers
A recent importation of English Rugs secured by us at
economy prices, enables us tose'l all ti e newest and most apprec
hted patterns and designs at figures less even than you have been
accustomed to pay for inferior qualities of older goods elsewhere
AxmltiHtcrRufis 30x73 0.00
" 37x00 4.00
Arlington RuftH . ..30x30 4.00
" 37x54 7.00
Moquct Rutin 30x73 5.00
Antique RufiH 3.50
Velvet Rug, different hIch.
Now is your opportunity to decorate your floor:, with
beautiful rugs at little prices. COME NOW, don't wail uniil the
handsomest are sold to someone ele.
Linen Lap Robes
AT ECONOMY PRICES.
You need a Lap Robe in your carriage to
prevent the dust from soiling your garments.
Ours are the kind that are in keeping with
stylish "turn-outs." : : : :
Plain, plaid and stripped patterns with
fringed edges, 1.25 to $2.00 each.
CHESS GAME OF THE WEEK
Correct Solution of Problem No.
21 receheel from P. C, Allen tJ-Kui.
P. C. Allen alad to welcome yon as a
soUcr. Hope jnu will make It perma
nent. The following game Is taken from lb,
Itrltlsli Chess Magazine.
(IAMB NO. 44.
Played In the 1900-1 City of London
Chess Club tournament.
(Notes by Jas. Mason.)
Mr. C. W. Hopper. Mr. Harold Jacobs.
English Figured Muslins
The soft finish kind. Colors are absolutely
fast bven the heathen Chinese could not
wash them out. They are 31 inches wide
and vre bought by us at hard up prices.
Yours at 15 cents per yard.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
A prominent Mont ml clrrBjmAn, the Her. Jumei
II Dlxn, Krcinr St. Jim anl Hon. Canon nf
ChrUt Church tfltticdral.wrliwt "Permit tnc to
end T'tti few Hum to tlrongly recnmmei d
Pridtr luriVI'AivKiLitn. I lmv ueMltwitb
ntl(ftirllnn fur tMrty-flte yrnrs H I a rrirft
tlon w lilrh deHrrrn full puMIc ton (Menee.
. m M A Hit CUf fof
Dnin Villnf a'?Ir.
I Mill I1IIIWI O
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Alerchunt find Nuiinnu St.,
tilwo HOTBL ST.. opposlto Bethel.
Two Size., tc .nt MV.
Ilv I. only n 1'aln.Klllor, Porry Davli
This lino of riefenco from .3,
.P-Q3?, Is not much regarded as
generally sumclent. Hence the now
usual 3 P-QIt.3. or 3 Kt-KII3;
making fur more flexible opening and
8. QxKt 8. Kt-Kin
9. U-K3 9. (J-K15
Presenting Castles (It. A tem
10. Castles 10. Il-KJ
If 11. P-II3. CJ-Q2; 12. QH-QI. omit
ting 12. P-KK3. White would have a
very solid game.
12. P-KI13 12. Il-KKtsn
Strictly uncontcntlonal' I'lnc
players are few who Aoulcl not rather
castlo for safety than face the risks
13. QK-Q1 13. Kt-IU
1 IRYIi 10 IKE
A MAN IN ARKANSAS
Could not repair his roof when It
rained ami would not In lair ucuthol
jccniic It did not nerd It.
DON'T ho iinromiortnhte during lh
warm weather, when we can furnlqli
you with either desk or telling fans at
GOOD IN THE HOME AND
GOOD IN THE OFFICE.
They will create n delightfully cool
hreezu and Keep nway mosquitoes.
Regular $20 00 desk fans for. .$16 00
Hegular $56.00 celling tans for . 40 00
KING ST., NEAR ALAKEA.
Washington, Aug 22. II. P. Martin.
chairman of the Joint committee of the.
Anti-Trust l.caf,ue, has icplled to the
letter of Attornc) Ointral Knox, sent
to the committee 'I in Ida). He sa)s lu
"We were not uv.arc that there was
any Impropriety In a citizen or body of
citizens public!) addressing the chief
prosecuting olllcer of the United
States In refetence to graxc violations
of law that were being committed to
the great Injury of the people of the
"Attorney General Knox tui)s:
'Neither at the time nf the formation
of the United States Steel Corporation,
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
EX. 8HIP HENRY VILLARO
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
FOR THE WHOLESALE TRADE.
Also Big Shipment of CAL. RED BRICK.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
Or 14. P-K5 nerhans the stroncer al
ternatUo. There would be nothing nor at any time was I officially connect-
hurtful to White In 14. ..Kt-Ktii. 15. K-.ccl with the Carnegie bteel Company.
113. Kt-114; If.. Q-K4, for example; '1 his looks like a sweeping 1lpnl.1l on
the part of the Attorney cjoncrai as 10
the many charges that hac been made
In the public press to the effect that
he was formerly connected with the
Carntgle Comp.ui or the steel trust,
lint the force and effect of this denial
are entlrelj ilcstrojeil by the remark
able admission which the Attornc)
General nukes In the next stentence,
when he j)s 'I was former!) one of
Its legal advisers In tho conduct of Its
manufacturing business.' This Ian-
while Important good ttso of the open
file, with other probabilities would
greatly tend to his advance. As
matters go ,lt Is a toss up what hap
pens. - 14. 0-1)3
13. Q-Ktl 15. IlxKt
1. QxKtP lli. K-K2
17. Pxll 17. Kt-KB
Tlmo for IS. IM13. Por then If 18.
...Kt-K7ch.?; 19. .K-I12. KtxP; 20.
n-Ktnch., P-113; 21. IlxKt, etc. White guugo of the Attornc) Cleneral cer
would hae the advantage. Hut tn'ltnlnly looks easle, In e; of thu
attack as carried on Is ery poiulslng.
18. KHtJKt set
1'J. ixP ch. 19. K-K Kit
If 19. ..PxP; 20. (JUS: Ktx
It; 21. I! 115 things would bo no better.
Other pla of tho King would lose; for
Instance: 19....K-Usn.; 20. PxP, itx
Q; SI. IlxQ. etc.
20. Q 1)3
Keeping up tho attack. Hut 2(1. Qx
HP, If only to draw, would bo prudent.
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call and
inspect this stock. : : : : :
l Hotel Street, near Nuunnu.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MtCRCIfAAT KTREKT.
O- IBC32: 886 Calxa. am
21. imm 21 Kin
22. I) 115 22. IvKtl
23. HxKt 23. IIPxP
24. QKt3 21 PKt3
25. (J i.n
And now 2. I)()I would be more In
order. 'Ihere should lie no (illlkulty
20. R-Ql 2d. Q-K3
27. Q-Ilfi? 27. Il-KKtl
28. Il-Ql 23. QH-KI
29. IlxP 29. (IxtJHP
30. 11-Q4 30. QxP
31. lt-KIII 31. P-Kt4
The exchmge begins to tell';
and lllack begins to look like a win
ner. 32. Q-I15 32 K-Kt3
33. It-Ill? 33. (Mil
Hut White does bidly here; pUUng
as It were Into thu hand of his aihei
sary. 31. (llt-KKtl
33. R-KII1 35, Q-K3
3fi. n-B2 3ti. PxP
P01 the assailed pawn Is not to he
The following neat llttlo game
shows a ery common trap, much fa
ored nv Mr lllackhurnu; in fnrt, 30
orti'ii has he sprung It on amateur
that many call It Iliac kburuo's trap.
OA.MI: NO. 45.
White. Hint k
1. PK4 1. PKI
2. Kt-Kin 2. KtQIU
3 DKt5 :i l'cjit::
4. II 114 I. PQ3
B. PQI 3 Ul.'
n. Kt in ti Kt-..u
7. Illt3 7. IIKt5
5. PP 8 QKtxP
9. II KIM !l KK.-(J2
111) KtxKt 10. 11x0.
I II. Ilxl'ch 11, vk2
12. Kt-Q5 mate.
1 . 1 .
fact that It Is currently helloed the
members of the steel combine selected
one of their former alUirnes for At
torney . General In order that the
might hae a friend at court In time of
popular clamor for the enforcement of
the law against trusts.
"Wo will gle him an opportunity
Iiow to reassure tho people ns to tils
desire and Intention to enforce the law
against trusts. Will Attotnej (iencral
Knox offer a reward for the production
of the Incriminating eWdeiue ug.ilnst
the trust for which we asked and,
which he sus he does not possess?
Will he nnnounic tomorrow that tho
Department of Justice of the I'nlted
Statesy wilt u n substantial reward
to any person or persons who will pro
line e evidence that will lead to the ar
rest and conlctlon of any person or
corpoiation guilty of lolatlug the
Federal statutes against triiBts. Lit
him do this and institute igorous pro
ceedings against trust law breakers
anil the people will no longer hae
doubts as to his faithfulness to his oath
of olllie. and he will no longer be the
target of criticism, Inuendo and lince
the on the part of the piess because nf
the fact that, white tho trusts ride
loughshod oer the people, tho Attor
ne (Iencral, who Is tho sole olllcer
miller the federal law vested with au
thority to prosecute thgm, refuses to
take mi) action."
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"If jou don't uaut ulmkc) to get the best of jou, jou must get
the best of uhiskey."
"1 do bJy, but when a fellow's only got a nickel he can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BjILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Kxamlnatlons, Surveys and Re
ports mado for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Ulectrlc Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Constriction Superin
tended, In all branches 0'. Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Ilrldgcs, Uulldlngs, HlgliAujs, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports' of
Properties for Intestraent purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO. M. AM. Soc. C. B.,
Engineer and Manager,
W. R. CASTI.E JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
Dcfoio chlllzcd man had heard or
dreamed of It, Klckapoo Indian Oil
was healing the wounds, relieving and
curing tho aches and pains of tho Red
Man. lleforo chl Ized man had heard
of It, It kept the natives in perfect
health. And since civilized man has
known It, tho category ofcnr es has
become voluminous. No other modi
clno has made, such cures; heriuse
Klckapoo Indian Oil Is uaturo'H rime
dy, mid naturo stands back of It. Your
druggist has It, or can get It. Inslbt
on getting tho genuine Klckapoo In
dian Oil. 1 1 0I1 roil Drug Co., agents for
1 Klckapoo Indian Remedies.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuenu St.
New Line of European fiooclK.
Ocntlcmen'ti, Lndlen' unci Children' lints.
Chlnexc G rutin Linen, till colors.
DrchK GoqiIk, Pongee SIIIch.
A large variety of cloths made up In ths
P. O. Box j. Tai. il
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THE OLDfcST CHi. viE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
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the Bulletin, 75cts. per month
The Honolulu AthlcMe Clul will hold
a meeting next Wednesday night at the
club heud(iiarter to dUcuss thu matter
of organizing a football team and n
truck team for winter sports.
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Mnkee iHlund Concert.
The band will play the following se
lections ut u concert to be glvcu on
.Makco Island Sunday afternoon begin
nl.ng at 3 o'clock; j
Tho Old Hundred.
Otcrturo The Doll of Nuremberg
rnntaslu Eplthalanie fianne
Finale IlUouue Pctrella
Orand Selection Martha I'lotow
Selection Altlla Verdf
llallad-The Holy City . .. Adams
(ijwitto- Hohcnzolli in ' hlelo
Q enure M.is.inlello ... Auber
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