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2" EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T.. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2 1!01.
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MACNEALE and URBAN
Best Insurance In tho world. Plenty
Bhow that these safes are nbiolutely fireproof In every respect.
Entire new stock In all sires Just received by
B. O. HALL & SON,
CALL AND 8EE THEM.
NOTICE OF SALE !
The undersized assignee of lion. Otiprrero offers Tor sale tbo follow
ing, Including the good-will of tho grocery store heretofore doing business
under name as above on Miller street, near Derctnnln:
COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES.
FIXTURES INCLUDING COUNTER, SHELVES, ETC.
ICE BOX. CHEESE SAFE.
IRON COMBINATION SAFE. ONE HORSE.
ONE DELIVERY WAGON.
Tbe above will bo sold nt Ies than cost and a full description can be
bad of same by calling on
Assignee of Ben. Guerrero,' at Lewis
Honolulu. October 19. 3001.
Victoria, Oct. 10.- it. A. Cowan, past
mu.Kir tif Prlriix, if W'at.ia liultrr. !ln.
himIimh. Mm... and t). D. O. M. uf tlio
grand lodge of the A. V. ii A. M.,
Manitoba, arrived lu the city fium
the north by trie steamer Hating. He
les the following account of a Ma-
tonic ineetlug held In Dawson on the '
nenlng of September 20, for the put
poK'.' or i.msccrntlng, delimiting ami
luiiktltutlrig Yukon lodge No. 79,
(!. It. M.:
It. Wor. Brother It A. Cowan, 11. I.
fi. M.. olllclated for the grand nuikti-r, '
anil Wor Hrother s. i;. lilkingtuu lep
Itsented the I), u. M.
The following named brothels olll
elated, pin. tern., as grand lodge olll
li.rs. viz.. V. Hrother J. Turner, C.
S. V.: Hrother C. Itelcheubueh, 0. J.I
V; V. Ill-other I-'. II. Woi link, grand
.-cietary. Wor. Iliothers V. V. Tu
key. M. II Thonlisoti and It. Sharp,
bulling the vessels of corn, wine and
ull; llro, J. S. Cowan, proud chap
lain: Hrother E. Seuiclle, grand or
ganist; vjlrother J. A. Cireene, an hi
tict; llrothers (i. Hllinston aud J
ilelurlcks. giaud deacons, aud Druth
ers Z. Stiung and 1). It. MeLellau.
Grand lodge was opened In fonu by
H. W. ItrnthMr 1 A Cnumi nnii I
Ing In irocvsslon to thu temple,- where i " flKtit to the Orient, both ou outward
the ceremonies were conducted In uiimil homenard vojages and would
most Impresslw manner, atttr which
the nrflcers weie duly Installed. , erlciui trade In the Orient. He there-
Yukon lodge No. 79. A. P. & A. M.. , r,)r mKKnU that Congress with
''J- ?",-. "t.,!!,S ':".. 'Uif-ty ....lid offer Inducements to
ter filenitierK. nlul uhlln niirklni- 17
D the membership has been Incrcaa
ml to sixty, and the temple lemodeled
anil refurnished In nn appiopilate and
handsume manner, affording comfort1
ablo accommodation, which on th
present occasion was taxed to Its
greatest capacity by an attendance of
members and visiting brethren fioiu
many parts of tho world. The aver
age attendance of members and IH
n has numbered lift, which for thlj
hr noithcrn lodgo Is very sii'lrfae
tory. consldeilng tho many extra meet
Itigs hecessltated hy the lurlux of unw
The new lodge started on Its cai.er
undtr the most faorable eiiiulltliiiih,
owning Its own temple building, ,-te.,
besides having a handsome cash sur
plus on hand.
The officers Installed weie. H.
Wor. Brother C. II. Wells. W. II.;
Wor. lira. W. V. Tukey, S. W.; Wor.
Hriv M. II. Tbomphon, J. W.; Hroth
er J. A. McDonald, secretary: Hroth
er A. Thompson, treasurer; Brother
J. S. Cowan, chaplain; Hrother K.
Johnson, S. D.; Urother II, Dnuglns,
J. I).: Wor. Brother J. Turner, U. uf
C; Brother E. Searelle. organist;
Biother W. U. Cassels. S. S.; Ui oth
er A. I'. Edwards, J. S.; Biother J.
A. 6'n-en, ... 0.. and Brother II. D.
Fountain, tyler. Wor. Biother S. C
Elklngtim. acting I. P. M.
IIA:KETT WILL RHTIRC.
Washington, Oct. IS. Kiauk W.
Hackett, Assistant Secretin- of the
Navy, will ask to be relltned fiom
that office shortly. He will resumu hU
law practice In Washington. He bad
Intended to do so on thu 1st of Octo
ber, but icmalned at tho request of
Secretary Long, who, on account of
thu death of President Mckinley and
iluinestlc afflictions, hail been obliged
to be away fiom thu DcpuitmcnL
Judge Charles H. Darling of Beunlng
toh, Vt., will succeed Mr. Hackett,
Judge Darling Is strongly ; commend
ed by Senator Proctor and many other
prominent citizens of Vermont. For
many years he was a Judgo of the mu
nicipal court of nmnlugtou.
CALL FOR ARHITRATION.
Washington, Oct. 19. lr. sldent
Itoosevelt has taken uiiher considera
tion a suggestion that the Internation
al Court of Arbitration bu assrmhlea
at an early date. ..lis subject was
discussed with him today by Professor
de Maartcns, who Is one of the couiibcl
for thu UusBlan Foreign Offlce, and ntternoon and at once given out:
who bocamu widely miowii as one of "Manila. Oct. 18. Corbin, Adjutant
tho delegates of the Citr at the eon- General, Washington: Forty-six men,
lerence at Thu -lagtie. It Is Inferred Company E, Ninth Regiment, United
by tho Interest taken by Piofessor do .States Infantry, under First I.luiltcn
Mnartns In an early meeting of thu Uiit Georgu W. Wallace-, lu field, Low
tribunal that tho zar tieslrus such a or Can.hr. Samar, were attacked by
meeting and that In all probr.lllty 900 bolomen October ICtli. Our loss
I'mfeunnr ilu Manitens has ureed thu ten killed, six wounded: names not rn-
matter at all the capitals no has visit-
ed. The permanent court has not yet
hud a meeting, tho officers, howuvur,
being open for tho reception uf any
FiuO .lob I'nntiiijj
' 1 ho Bui-
e4 l&flHliTv. It,.
of evidence lu Honolulu fires to
H. F. LEWIS,
& Co., 10CO Fort Street.
Corbin Reports on
Army in Philippines
WiikIiIiirIoii, Oct, 1,8. The annual
lepmt of Major General Henry C. Cor
''In, Adjutant (Sencrnl of tho Army,
compiPhenMvely reviews the work,
condition and needs of i.,e military CS'
(leneral Ciirhtn submits a table to
show that the army In the Philippines
Ik to be reduced hy expired enlistments
at the rate of 2nnn a month from now
on until June. 1902, Tim casualties to
the troops in the Philippines since the
date nf the (list arrival, June an. 1W8
In .llinn .tilth Inst, were It.", ofllrers
'and n:i7S men killed and 1X2 nflleci
and 2filfi men wounded. (lenernl Cor
I bin dwell at some length on the sub
I Jeet of Hie volunteer army In the Phil
ippines, and i alls attention to tho
promptness and dispatch with which
thcM regiments were brought home
and mustered out.
tleneral Corbin hellees that tbe ar
my transport sen Ice on the Pacific
Is i oiling the Government much mom
than the use of commercial steamship
lines would, for the latter would have
tho advantage, denied to the floern
ment, nf transporting passengers and
meet the demjinls for increasing A in
I ivv "lat would permit them. In case
i'f necessity, to sere as reserve army
and navy truiports.
An cipully Important need of tlw
sei-vhe. General Corbin says. Is a do
mestic table from the Paeltle coast to
the Philippines. The present cable
communication, through Europe, Asia,
China and Japan, he says, for olnlouj
reasons, should be discontinued at the
earliest posslhlo date. The rates charg
ed hy the existing cable sen Ice nru
exorbitant, $2.38 per word being thu
regular tariff on messages between
Washington uud Manila. This ex.es
slve rate, he. declares, practically pro
hlhlts any leal etll.lent senile.
DISCUSS PANAMA ROUTE
Washington. Oct. 20. A summons
U about tu bo Issued by Hear Admir
al Walker, the chairman of the Isth
mian Canal' Commission, for the mem
bers to meet here at an early day.
The pending business before tho
Commission Is thu report on the va
rious routes surveyed, tho principal of
which nre the Nicaragua, tno Panama
the San Bias and the Caledonian bny.
The conferences between M. Hutln
and Bear Admiral Walker and Senator
Pascou of the Commission will ho re
sumed tomorrow, to which time the
meetings wern adjourned Inst Friday,
Boeuve, the Chancellor of thu French
Embassy, who Is acting as Interpreter
for M. Hutln, Is representing also the
Intel ests of the French Government In
It la learned here that one of thn
big Inteiests which Frnnco has and
which will cause serious friction when
dually submitted, Is the matter of thu
purchase W material for thu -construction,
assuming that tno route should
be bought by thu Unfted States. Co
lombia has given a concession to the
French company ami that company
has engaged to purchase all tne mate
rial for the canal from France. This
will be millions uf dollars In the ag
gregate. France Is standing behind
thu Panama company to sen that thu
obligations on this account, at least
it re carried (hit In case of a salo.
ANOTIItiR 8AMAR LOSS.
! Washington, Oct. I8.-7TI10 following
dispatch riom (leneral Challeu was
received by tho War Department this
celved. Eighty ono of thu enemy left
dead on thu fluid. Enemy beaten off.
Tho report of a Becond disaster to
Amerlinu troops lu Samar, by which
ten men of thu Ninth Infantry were
killed nnd six wounded, camo as n
shock to thu White House and tbe
Weather Hure.ut, Punahoil, ()i(tober
29. Tempernture Morning minimum,
78; Midday maximum, 82.
Barometer at 9 a. m. nn.U.',. Steady.
Dew Point 69K.
Humidity at 9 a. m. "I per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Oc
tober 29. Weather hazy; wind fresh
Mahukuna, Oct. 24. Arrived, brig
Galilee, Helllnm-ou, from San Ftn
Cisco; general merchandise to It, It.
Kahlllul. Oct. 26. Arrhed, Ilr. ip.
Kinross, I.ocke, from Oyster Harbor
Monday. Oi t. 28.
Am. sclir. Marl K. Smith, Nelson,
from Port Gamble.
Tuesday. Oct. IX
O. S. S. Ventura. Hiiiwood, from the
Am. sctir. W. I Patterson, Wrlo-l..-nut,
2H ilhs fi.ini (Iran's Harbor
Monday, Oct. 2S.
Str. Keauhou, Mosher, for Anahola.
Str. Hanalel, Pederson, for Ituna'
maulu and AhuMnl.
Str. Nllhau, Thompson, for Makawell
Str. Hawaii, Hennett, for Moloknl.
Str. Katulaiil, Dower, for Hawaii..
.Schr. Malolo, for Island ports.
Tuesday, Oct. 2.
Str. Klmiu, for llllo nud wj.v portil.
Str. Manna l.o.L Slmerson. for Koua
Str. J. A. Cummin. Smrle, for Oahu
Am. schr. Mary Dodge, Olesen, for
Am. bkt. S. 0. Walker, JncUoii, for
S. S. Ventura, Hayward. fiom ths
S. S. America Mam, doing, from
Schr. Kawallanl, for Koolau ports.
Schr. Ada, for Koolau ports.
S. S. Ventura, Hayward, for Sao
Str. Claudlne, Parker, for Maul ports,
at f p. m.
Schr. Keaiilknoull, for Paaullo; 3 n,
1-or Hllo and way ports, per stinr.
riinau. Octoher 29. W. II. Newland,
Lieut. Rose, David l.vinnn, Ahleong
Snm. Chang Kam Po, Chas. Williams,
II. Davis, II. Horstmau, II. II. Itlood,
C. Muller. A. K. llsbrow..O. T. Day,
Miss DalsySt. Leon, S. St. Lion, R.
St. Leon. A. C. Mahoiui. 0. A. Gra
ham. !. St. I.i-on. Chas. St. Leon,
P. Peck. Captain J. II. Harrison. J.
S. Low. . W. Henderson, Leo To Ma,
How Fo. P. St. Leuu and child, Mrs.
J. tlrlbble. Mis. E. A. Fiaser, Mrs..!.
Waller. Miss M. Costlgaii. M. II. Ren
ter, Wm. Green. Frank Beverley, S.
llernard, (J. T. Cameron and wife.
For Maul ports, per stnir. Claudlua,
October 29. J. V. Cooke. W. II.
I longs, Q. M. Hancock, C. D. Lufkln,
Mr. Kearns, Jos. Cockett, T. Pratt,
wife and child; W. S. Nott. W. Star
bird. C. E. (iucst. Chas. Llndholm,
T. W. Hobron, wife and child, J. R.
Meyers aud wife. Mrs. J. M. Ilorba
and child. Mrs. L. Stone and child,
Lieut. T. Wlllcocks. Lieut. A. J. Da
vis, Miss Achung. Mrs. C. K. Acholic
Fr. Stephen, F. W. Damon, Hev. H.
S. Tltnoteo, P. Cockett.
H0R8E'S CAPACITY FOR VVA1 r R
How much water can a boibu drink
without feeling any lll-effects. A nian
left his horse and buggy .n front of
the otn.ee for half an hour tne other
day. tlrst tipping a boy a nickel to give
the horse a bucket of water. Hoon
after tho manager went out. nud see
ing the burse, with Its I tt u bonnet
getting dry. he wet the headgear and
gave the animal a second bucket of
water. A clerk going out for lunch
wus mined with compassion to water
thu horse, aud he was followed bv a
traveling salesman, who offered thn
apparently thirsty animal a fourth
oucKet. ThoTiorse drank them all. as
well as a fifth bucket held up to him
by a benevolent boy. Finally the pio
prletorcam.i out and exclaimed: "That
horse must hae some water." lie
was told that It had already had live
buckets, but said: "No matter, give
It a chance at .a sixth. It won't drink'
unlesB It wants it." The horso drank
a sixth bucket of water and 'still lives
The adjourned annual meeting of
the stockholders of Makaha Coffee Co..
Ltd., will be held at ofllco of Hustnco
& Co., Ltd.. on Wednesday, Nov, 1.1,'
1901, at 2: HO p. m.
J. 8. WALKER.
All persons found trespassing ou the
lands of lloaeae, Walawa, Walmano
aud Mnnana, In tho District of Ewa,
Island of Oahu, fenced off from and
maukn of thu lands uf thu Oahu Sugar
Company and thu Honolulu Plantation
Company, Is hereby strictly forbidden,
and any person found shooting game
on above lands belonging to the under
signed, will bu arrested and prosecuted
according to law,
19S0-2W M. P. IIODINBON.
Notice Is hereby given that tho un
dersigned has been nppolnted Admin
istrator of thu Estatu of KALANA
KAHALE lw), deceased, of Walktkl.
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Tenltoiy of
Hawaii; all creditors aro heieby noti
fied to present their claims, duly au
thenticated, and with proper vouch
ers, If uny exist, oven If the claim Is
secured by mortgage upon real estate,
to nut at thu law ofllco of Messrs. Achl
it Johnton, room No. 27, Campbell
block, upstalis. In said Honolulu, with
in sl months from date, or bu foruver
barred. And all persons Indebted to
the said Estato aro requested to mako
immediate payment of such Indebted
ness tu me at said offlce.
Administrator Estatu of Kalaua Ka
halo (w), deceased,
Honolulu, October 29th. 1901.
1980 Oct. 29; Nov. 5, 12, 19.
Ads. In this column will be Inserted
at 15 cents a line one Insertion; 23
cents two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cents two weeks, and 60
cents one month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people of
There arc letters at this ofllco Id
answer to advertisements In thesu
columns, as follows:. Advertisers are
requested to call for same: 'R.,' "M.
I." "R. 8.," Enquirer," 'T. U.," "A.
N.," "W. H.." "T. D. II.." "K.," "V. IV
"W. R.." "X.." "No. 27." "J. .." "H.
II.." "W. X.." "T. A. C." "W. F. D,"
"TBble," "Horso and Surry," "O. K.,"
"C. K.." "A."
PIANO TAUGHT BY EXPERIENC
ED TEACHER; new, quick method;
J5 month; special attention to adult
beginners. Address box 810.
DRESSMAKING Madamo Lambert,
the fashionable Paraslan dress-fitter
a la modo de Worth, will bo pleased
to receive r few moro select patrons.
Comer Vineyard and Punchbowl.
REMOVAL Tho Sewing Machine Ex
change has removed to 1288 Fort
St. All kinds of sewing machines
bougbt, sold, rented or exchanged.
GET OUR PRICES on billiard and pool
tables beforo buying clsewhcro; sold
on easy payments. Our cushions nro
guaranteed for twenty years, and
nro mado by a new vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions nro as good as new; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. See
our advertisement of "Manager
Wanted" for lar.ful slot machlnu.
Palmer Billiard Tablo Works, Chi
cago, tils. 1937-2m
IF YOU HAVE a'houso for rent or
want to rent a house, seo A. R.
BINDT. Collections carefully at
tended to and promptly remitted.
Ofllco 115 Kaahumanu street. 1893-1 f
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. has WHITE SAND FOR
EXPERIENCED Sales-ladles wanted
at Pacific Import Co. 1979-lw
WANTED Girl for soda fountain. Ap
ply at the Honolulu Drug Co.
WHITEWASHER With spraying
machine. Is wanted. Apply to V. 11.
Poulsen. Tenltoiy Stables bide..
King St. 1979-tf
VANTED Paitner with a small capi
tal, to increase a paying business.
Address L. T., Bulletin office.
WANTED Furnished room, centrally
located, mosfpmo proor. H. u Bul
A PRACTICAL ACCOUNTANT, with
spare time, win tako charge of one
or two sets of books; single, or dou
bio entry; books experted: financial
statements; trial-balances rendered.
Address Accountant, this office.
WANTED Position as stenographer
and typewriter by young lady of ex
perience. Address A. H., tnls of
WANTED A first-class sticker hand
at once. Call Pacific Mill Co.
WANTED Five pr six-room house,
furnished or unfurnished; centrally
located. Address It. J Bulletin.
WANTED Position by a young lady
as stenographer; experienced. L.
11- P.. O. box 3C3. 1939 tf
MANAGER WANTED In every large
county to appoint agents for the fa
mous "dame o' Skill" nickel slot
machine for drinks or cigars; law
ful everywhere; takes placo of nil
forbidden slot machines. Itcnted or
sold on easy payments. Secure ter
ritory quick. Palmer Billiard Tablo
Works. Chicago, Ills. 1937-2m
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
iiings. in mo mtest styles. Watches
repaired by n Jeweler of 33 years'
experience. O. DIETZ, Fort streot.
near Hotel. 180S-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
AT EL PREMERO, 1189 Alaken St.,
nicely furnished rooms with all mod
ern Improvements, electric lights,
baths, etc., centrally located. Prices
THE LANQTON King St. near South.
iioar.i and lodging. .Mosquito proor.
GOOD TABLE BOARD. 1960-tf
THE L08 ANGELES 1D23 Fort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable. . 1930-tf
THE METROPOLE, 1150 Ala'cca St.;
newly furnished rooms; electric
light; terms reasonable. 1956-l.n
TO LET Neat, attractive furnished
rooms; rooms for nouseiicoplng;
thoroughly sanitary. HOD Punch
bowl St. 1979-lw
TO LET Furnished rooms, centrally
located, 1050 Rlcharus St. 1970-2w
TO LET Rooms en sulto or Blnglc,
with good homo tablo, In prlvato
family; terms reasonable. Call at
732 Klnau, near Alapal. 1975-lw
TO LET Part of storo on Bcretanla
street, fourui door cast of Emma.
Apply to Jas. Nott, Jr., Beretanla
St., third door west of Emma.
NEWLY FURNI8HED rooms. Bereta
nla Ave., cor. Kecaumoku St. Mrs.
TO LET A largo, sunny tront room
In a pllvate family; mauka Thomas
Square; hot and cold water; electric
lights; possession given Oct. 16th.
Address A. B. C. P. O. box 672.
TO LET Six-room cottago on College
St., with stable and servants' quar
ters. Apply iti Beretanla St.
TO LET House at present occupied
by Mrs. D. Center, Young street ex
tension near McCully tract. Apply
E. P. Bishop, C. Brewer & Co., Queen
TO LET 8-room bouse, with barn,
Nuunuti Ave, Room 38, Campbell
Blk. 1902-1 m
ROOM8 AT THE ALOHA Fort
Street, from 1.50 to
Your Store for
Certainly ou never had an opportunity of selecting from
a greater variety of really beautiful new it)les than will be
shown here this week.
COLORED SHIRT WAISTS
New beautiful effects In Chambray, Grass Linen, Habutal Silk,
Batiste, Madras, Mercerized Materials, Ginghams, Lawns, Dimi
ties and Percales. Thn assortment of colors is so large that
'ju are sure to bo suited.
OF WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
We have tbe prettiest lot of ultra fashionable tles ever
shown In Honolulu. Exquisitely trimmed with alternate rows
of tucking ntid lacu Insertion, tucking and hemstitching, waists
entirely formed of rows of beautiful lace Swiss embroidery,
tucks, etc., Sleeves, collara nnd cuffs lu the latest harmonious
We mako our prices ko low to ou that there Is not a shirt
waist In tno showing that Is not an Irresistible bargain.
TO LET Suit of offices In ProgreM
block. Iniiulre of Hruce Waring 4
TO LET 2 cottages on Punchbowl
Sl. r-Wlllin- HI " ' """-""V "'..,. M oleen.nivwInMncr .renin nt
FOR RENT A largo hall In tho Wav-
erley block, suitalilo lor loups, bo- iT0noiuiu having PATENTED APPLI
cletles, etc., furnished or unfurnlBh- ANCEg an(, lngre(cnt8 to lract flI1
ed. Apply to A. V. dear,
TO LET Two front rooms.
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses at
Kekaullke-pa, on Young St., contain-
lng two bedrooms, parlor, dining-
room, kitchen, bath room and patent
water closet dnstalrs. Kapiolanl
iiginip. ..in. j.ui.-i.
TO RENT Six room cottago on Mat -
tocK Ave.; ciecinc ugnis; viniiurr ,
plumbing, etc. Apply O. II., P. O.
FOR RENT A new houso on Arte
sian St., of sit rooms with nil mod
ern Improvements. Enqulro of Chas.
K. Frashtfr, Consolidated Soda
FOR SALE Phaeton, with new rub
ber tires; 80. O. B. McClellan, r,03
Stangeuwald bldg. 19S0-P
FURNITURE For sale. Call nt 729
Klnau St. 1979-lw
FOR 8ALE California driving mare.
Frasler mad cart and light harness.
Judd & Co., Ltd., 307 Stangenwald
FOR 8ALE, 26 shares Hawaiian To
bacco uo., L.W. Appiy 10 juuo &
.Co., Ltd., 307 Stangenwald Bldg.
FOR SALE At half cost, Aeolian Or
gan and 250 pieces of music. Call
bet. 1 and 3 No. 1 Cottago Grove.
FOR SALE Ten fine lots at PUU
NUI, above Wylllo St.; high and
dry, with good outlook, and conve
nient to Rapid Transit. Apply ti
FRANK S. DODOE, 77 Merchant it.
FOR SALE New and second-hand
Smith Premier typowrltcra for sale
or rent. All makes repaired. Wasn
Ington Light Co. 1959-1 m
FOR SALE A thoroughbred Holstom
bull. Address F. K.. thl3 offlce.
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Th-j
"Talula," as she now lies In tho har
bor. She Is a nearly new boat, In
perfect working order, and ha3 been
of lato UBed In towing at Kahulul
harbor. W. H. Pain.
FRESH STRAW Tho Union Express
Co. has a lot of fresh rlco straw 10?
FOR LEASE No. 1081 Punchbowl St..
between King St. lino ''and Rnpld
Transit line, furnished house of sev
en rooms for two years. Inquire at
017 Hotel St. 1975-tf
FOR LEASE Premises on Union St.,
with a frontage of 242 feet nnd a
depth 01 70 feet. Long term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. ...ONSARRAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campbell block.
LOST On Saturday night. October 19,
1901, gold watch charm with dla-
mond setting. Kinder will recelvo
uuiiauiu run am uy returning huuiu
to L. T. Keuake. at thu postofftco.
A purse containing a sum of
. i... ,.o.1i..i-o ?n ., .1,..
HUATH HI'VR A lA EK.
Suit Lake, Utah, Oct. 18. At tho
head of the editorial columns of to
morrows Issuu of tho Salt Laku Trib
une will appear as publisher and gen
eral manager the name of Perry S.
Heath," former First Assistant Post
master Oeneral, and at present Bacra
tary of thu Republican National Com
mittee, It was announced today that
Mr. Heath, who has been In Salt Lake
lor seveial days, Is the. real purchaser
of tho Tribune Patrick 11. Lannan.
who for the last nineteen year- has
been publisher of tho Tribune, retires
from active business life. Judge C. C
Uoodwln, who has been associated
with Mr. Lannan for many years as ed-
Hor of tho Tribune, also retires, and
1 wm devote his time to literary wont.
No More Dread
or the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
AUSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our lato scientific method applied to the
Tnc8C are tho only dental parlors In
I 1- 1.1 .. -J K...1.l.
nuu uueij KUIU vivnuB ouu fjunciaiu
crowni un.lecteoablc front natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH-
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
done hy OUADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
Anni, ,i,n,r4mAni in .h.n nt n CnoMui.
,sU 0,ve ug a cMli flni you , nn()
... .. ...
us to do exactly as we advertise, wei
wui (ell you In advance exactly what I
,.. .ork wlII cotl DVP a FnEE EX. i
'Set Teeth SR 00
Gold Crowns KS.O0
Gold FllllniiH $1.00
Silver Fllllngd 60c
Our name alono will be a guarantei
that your work will be of the best
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4. Elite Building. Hotel Street
LAItlEfl IN ATTENnANflK
Employs two of the most skillful and
experienced white bakers In the city
to superintend their cake and bread
department. Everything clean, whole
some and aanltary. Only the very best
material and flour used for making
Gluten, Rye, French, Home-made and
all other styles of Bread.
Thirty Loaves of Bread for One Dollar.
Doughnuts, Snails, Buns, etc.,
out at 6 a.m.
Cup Cakes and Lady Fingers
out at 7 a.m.
Jelly Rolls and Layers, Fruit
Cake, etc., out at 8 a.m.
Custard, Squash and Pumpkin
Pies out at 9 a.m.
Lemon, Mince, Cranberry and
Fruit Pies out at 10 a.m.
Chocolate Eclairs and Cream
Puffs out at 11 a.m.
Cookies and Macaroons out at 12 a.m.
Artistic Wedding Cakes any Price.
J. Oswald Lutted,
"r now program caught on. l.u-ry-
thing new, bright, sensational and
LAST FOUR NIGHTS
e.- .,,. nn-
Second Seats 60s
A BACHELOR, REVERIE.
A pipe, a cloud of smoke for mine!
Tbo sparkle In the glabs of wlnel
A roomy ihalr
To sit lu, wheio
The green shade softens lamplight I
No Hhiowlsh wife to mar the scene!
Give me the maids that live hctwtrn
' (In changing moods
And many broods)
The coiers of a magazine!
Edward Singer In the Rohemlun
The Bulletin, 75 cents pur month.
65 Queen St.
Ob Wednesday, October 36th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., f
At the residence of Mr. II. E. Walt)',
Bcretnnln street, between PIIKol and
Kceaiimoku streets, I will sell. at Pub
lic Auction the
Complete Furniture nnd Furnishings
Oak Book Caso nnd Desk Combined.
Fine Upholstered Sofa Chairs,
Oak and Ash Bedroom Sets,
Onk Wardrobe Bureaus.
Curtains. Bedsteads. -Lounges,
Dining Tabic and Chairs,
Itefrlgerator. Meat Safe,
Crockery nnd Glassware.
Oat-den Tools and Lawn Mowers.
1 New Home Machine,
Palms and Plants.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Nice New Cottage
oh Eiffla Street.
Two bedrooms, parlor, dining room,
kitchen, bath, etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
OS Queen 8t.
Tho undersigned will receive appli
cations to lease Iota in the "SCHMIDT
CENTRAL BLOCK" on Berctnnln
street. No. 688, adjoining tho prem
ises of tho Queen's Hospital.
This valuable property will be divid
ed Into several business sites and of
fers a line chanco to Investors In Real
Estate. Suitable for Stores, Lodging
Houses or Dwellings. Applications for
lots will bo treated In priority and tt
will pay to make early applications.
An Important feature of these leases
Is that the lessee has tho option of
purchasing his lot In fee simple during
thu term of Ills lease at a flguro based
on thu rental ho Is paying.
Terms and conditions or lcaso with
amount nt rents asked can be bad on
Jas, F. Morgan,
65 Queen Street.
65 Queen St
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