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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, 1C. T., TUESDAY, OCTODKR 16, 1901.
FOB SALE EVERYWHERE t
Charles II Knlrer, manager of tho
Thro, II, Davles & Co , Ltd.. branch In
llllo, tins been promoted to the charge
of that corporation's agency In San
Francisco. He will shortly leave or
his new station. Mrs. Palrer Is a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C, U Uoy
uolds of Honolulu.
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WHERE M'KINLEY MADE HIS FIRST SPEECH BESTJH.CIGARS
You Are Cordially
Invited to : : :
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY,
OCTOBER Nlh. 151k, Mlh insls, 0I.
On a dry goods hn I feet long, .1
feet wide and 3 feet high President Mo
Klnley made his first political speech
In the little, town of New Merlin, Ohio,
away back In 6"i. The box stood In
front of a house which has since burn
ed down and Just Inside the gate of a
wooden fence within 100 fctt of the
four corners of the business center.
The man who Introduced him to his
first audience lives In a now brick
house, built within ten feet of the lo
cation of tho dry Roods box which sup
ported the President on that memor
able night. The benches in front of the
postofllco, next door, furnish 11 renting
place for the old politicians who here
gather to get their mall dally, nnd talk
over the most notable event In New
Merlin's history, made notable by the
achievements of the boy orator, Mc-
Klnlcy, in succeeding years.
Tun )ou make .1 speech?" auld
Michael Illtzcr to William McKinliy
when the speaker arrived from Canton,
ready to follow Judge Underfill! upon
the Improvised stage. Michael llltzer
was the chairman of the meeting. He
Is now 8.1 years old, hut hn remembers
the night ho Introduced McKinlcy us
though It were n happening of ) enter
day. The nomcwlint unexpected re
mark of the chairman of the meeting
to the young man who was to make Ills
debut before a largo audience rather
took his breath away for a moment.
but, on the assurance of Judge Under
hill that Mr. Illtzcr meant no offense,
he regained his pleasant face, show Ins
tho kind disposition which was so char
acteristic of him.
"Could he speak?" said Michael.
"Well, I should say lie eould. Hvcry
bodv was simply dumbfounded. For
marl) an hour he talked as never n
joung man in Stark county had talked
before. I told Judge Underbill, who
accompanied htm, after the meeting,
Hint MrKlnlcy did a blamed sight bet-
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tcr than he did and tho Judge, too, pro-,
nouncm! him 11 coming politician." '
"I really was surprised when Judge
Underbill Introduced that joung strip
of a boy to me, saving Hint he had
come to make a speech In place of an
other Judge, who was unable to be
present. Of course. I only asked Mc
Kinlcy In a Joke If ho could make P
speech. I spoke to him as nuirh as I
would to a boy, but I realty did havo
my doubts about such a joung man
doing Justice to the occasion." Mr.
Illtzcr Introduced him an William Mc
Klnley of Canton. He little thought ho
was Introducing the coming President
of the United States.
McKinlcy nrose and looked over his
audience. There wns not n sign of
the, emotion on his part wnlch usually
attends the first speech of a speaker.
In stature he was not portly and strong
like he afterward became. In fact he
wasn't even as tall,
"Hut," said Mr, Ult7cr, "as I lenietn
ber him, tho same strong characteris
tics which have been so notable In nls
public life within the last few ur
stood out forcibly on that night."
He spoke under the glimmer of the
street lighted by oil Limps, for thai
was before tho das of electric lights.
His strong personality nnd his klndl
manner were noticed by the people nf
New Ilerlln. His heal ty handshake,
his pleasant smile were all there, onl
waiting for nn opportunity and
I strength of purpose to develop them
I As Mr. McKinlcy nnd Judge Under
bill droe Into town In the early even
Ilng nnd up to the hotel, many of the
udmlring nudleiue of nn hour and a
hnlf Inter undoubtedly mistook tin
young man beside the stately Judge fo:
the drler of the carriage.
Mr, Mcllule spoke In the open nlr,
but not to the winds. There was si
knee which would ndlult of the audi
hie dropping of u pin. The night wal
clear. His voice wns casllj heard by Mansfield Nows.
those who sat a hundred feet away on
the steps of the store neur the corner.
He confined himself strictly to the is
sues of the cnmpilgn of ISC. 5, which,
Lou ever, wns not a Presidential one.
He did not once refer to notes. Ills
vocabulary and active brain crc hi
"I Just wondeiecl. said Mr. llltrer
"where he got nil those words and
A short time ago Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Klntej took a drive. Almost before
they realized II they came upon the
town of New Ilerlln As they passoJ
the place where Mr. McKlnle. had
started tils political career upon a dry
goods box. the occupants of the car
ilage both turned their bends and n
smile spread oer the countenance of
the President of the United States
1he drove past and turned cast at tho
four corners lij tho postolllce. After n
short drive up Hint road they returned
etui again passed tho spot where stool
the dry goods box of tlilit-lle ear
ago. U was not long after President
j Mi Klnley had crossed the boundary
Hue of the town fitim Canton thit tilt
jeople realized that they were very un
expectedly entertaining a notable
guest, and one, too, who had more than
passing Interest In the little ton 11
They turned out In large numbers The
President bowed to nil he met
Mr. tlltrer Is Justlly proud of "Intro
duclng the President Into politics," as
he falls it. Mr Illtzcr Is nn old soldier
and 11 life-long Ilcpiibllinu. Once Mr.
Illtzcr lulled at the (iowrnor's utile e
In Columbus, when Mr. McKlnley win
Governor. Then- were not Itss than a
dozi 11 people in the room "I his,"
tnlil Mr McKlnlC), "Is the man who
flrBt Introduced me Into politics," nnd
Mi. llltzcr's hand was ginsped not less
than a dozen times. "Yes." sus Illt
rer, "McKinlcy nnd I are fast frleuds."
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Uy tlie middle nf December tho Ha
waii Yncht Club expects to hnvo Its
homo at Pearl CItv ready for oni
pancy. As the first social function In
which the members will participate It
Is proposed to open tho house on New
Year's Kve with a grand mnsqusrade
ball. Preparations arc already being
mude to make the opening evnt a
great success and from plana fo-med
there Is no reason why a most enjoy
able time should not be had. The mat
ter of transportation from this city
will be a novelty as It Is proposed to
have the guests taken to the clubhouse
by steamer. Those wh oeslro to go
by train will be met e.t Walpahu by
busses and then ennvped to the boat
house. Tho now house will he special
ly designed for dnncln and entertain
ments. The lloor space will he about
3.100 square feet unci this will give roo'n
for n very large number of dancer..
AT PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
ART ROOMS AND ELSEWHERE "N"1 mattor "f tllc "nlnK "r 8l,!"
Anl n.UUM3 ArtU CLJCnilCnC Mar)on ch,tott by CoUt.t,or UlelRwa
at Hlio has been pasted upon by the
Fine Portraits of Honolulu Subjects r.iT.'S.ir 'ISS
stances the fine will be inllectcd or
barring the pnjmint the ship will have
to leave Hlio without clearance.
This being the case, on arrlvul tn
San Krnnclsco she will again he lined
for not clearing at Hlio and on return-
Th.odoro Woi.s. In tho few month. "' "lt "u,rt f,r,f n 1lran,rl"
that he has maintained a Mu.Ho In Ho """ KJ"iiment wl II be at liberty to
noliilu. has established himself In the el lcr. w"lv ' l,' n"'!JolT6r ''cr
J ft iJrjVi
'"!" ii'"ii;iw''nTr 1 7iSz W A te&.
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1' h ' I'
"If jou don't waut whitkej to gvt the txit of jou, you tnut get
the best of wimVcy."
1 do lad), but when a fellow 'i only ;;ot a ntckil lie can't buy
Cyhis Noslh "
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,,
Beautiful Hawaiian and Jap
anese Floral and Other
for sale to the highest bidder. The
matter of the whole trouble has been
gone ecr by tho Collector nnd he hni
approved the course taken h tils depu
ty at Hlio.
A beautiful and d.tinty assortment.
Captain George W. Murray of the
Ilrltlsh bark Antlopo has been suc
ceeded In tho command of the vessel
by his sou, O. H. Murray, who for
several ears haB been mute of the
vessel. Tbo now commander of the
Antlopo Is ono of tho ymtiKOit skip
pers In command In tbu Island untie,
being but i years or ago.
Captalu G. W. Murray will bo glvm
tho new Alexander & Baldwin boat
Kinross, while her present commander,
Capinln Locke, will bo rctnlned in the
servlio of tho company ns ship's bus
band in this Tenltory.
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Wo would like to have you call and
inspect this stock. : : : : :
l Hotel Struct, neur Nuiinmi.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
' MAQOON BLOCK, MER01IAKT MEET.
tP . O. DB022: 886 Main. 2in
high regard of liners of nrt His works
speak for themselves. It Ik not strain
ing after alliteration to say that the)
are characterize il by freedom of treat
ment, fidelity to their subjects and
finish ill execution
inree or mo lortr.uts uy .Mr. worcs, fishm man's Wharf nt Monterey. Call
donn In Honolulu, are especially ad- fnlIllJi ,, n framu ttllll ttcnlth of
inliublo. Those of Arch. S. Cleghorn soft.toll0.i ri,,lrE. heuutlfiillv Inter-
mil tho late Paul Neumann, now ,,rctn(. picturesque subject,
hanging In the reading room of tho Among 11 series of Japancso themes.
Pacltlc Willi, and that of William K. ,.A 1cs()n , p1()ntr Arrange ment" is
Allen, still on exhibition In the art ,, flnn ,0miosltlou. It represents 11
rooms or tne l'acnc e-iuij, nave given l!alltJ. japan,M, niutrou Instructing a
tomplcto satisfaction to thoso (iiall- i,uy of 11Uio maids from school In
lied, both from atquulntancc with the xaKnK ionCis In a vnse. "I'he Saml-
subjects nnd familiarity with art, to ren Plaer" Is another pretty oil of the
pass an opinion. In points of natural j,1ImCse series, nt once expressive ns
expression nnd laving on of llcsh tints t() he Mfc 1(,llre nlul chnnulng In color
(every one of these works touches tho tones o tho accessories. "Cherry
acme of Ideal execution. Illossoms" nnd "Plum lliossoms" are
Mr. Worcs hns a eonsldeinblo range I0i, ,raWn In Japan They ovlnco
Pt studies on exhibition both In the able floral trcitment by the artist,
street windows and tho art rooms of T10 Hawaiian flota lb represented In
tho Pacific Hurilwaio Company. Tho paintings or water lilies nnd cocmnut
n.44.H4..4. - 1 " ccs nt Alnnh.u the resilience, of A. S.
I uiegnorn, nnu or yeiioiv niossoms at
tho High 81I100I, besides one of th-l
ponclana legla In bloom Uach Is a
work to bo coveted by nnvono collect
ing art souieulrs of the llowerliiK
plnutb of Hawaii.
ALAKBA 8T., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees In full bearing, bananas
and pineapples, all Inside. Bve-yhody invited.
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The October Horiicllsc.
Tim Paradise of tiro Pacific for Oc
tober Is written and Illustrated so well
tint It Is dilllciilt to Know whom
4pl.ilso of its contents shouiel begin, Tor
tlie frontispiece Is a picture of the
i bridge niross Nullum stream, which
is n linn piece of photoengraving and
tint printing Tho porttnlt of u Ilono
lulu newsboy is a miisterpli'ce. Ilesldes
a copious ami e'xielli'iit tun of fill
torials, thorn mo llteunry eoutrlbiitloim
by Hov. W. I). Westorveli and Wil
liam P. Babln, two of tho most grace
fill of local wrltois.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Mcnts and Pish (
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,,
fl Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
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Central Market. Nuuanu St , Telephone 104.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
MHItnry I'roni tl 'ns,
Tho following promotions were an
nounced jesterday in the National
Ounrd: Company A Private I. llcch
crt to bo corporal. Company G Cor
poral 11. K. Kano, to be sergeant. Pri
vate I). Kekuullke, to be sergeant.
Company C Private M, r. Ollval, to
Privates Nckl, Kumiilkl, Kalllnnu
nnd i'ololen, of Compnn 13. h.ivo been
transferrril to tho hospital corps of tho
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EMMA GOLDMAN. THE ANARCHIST LEADER.
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and courteous treatment should call at
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all for rigs flee of 'hnige.
Tho weekly edition of tho livening
nutlet In give's a complete summary of
tho nows r" tho day.
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