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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULO. II. T., FIUDAV. NOVEMBER 15, 1301,
THERE'S NO NICKNAHE to this Tnble
Linen SaleIt's just n Plain Sale -Little
Price Take the Place of Mr Words.
72-lnh TABLE LINEN $1 pel aicl. Napkins to match, $2.50 poi
dozen. Very hnndsomo designs; I'Flenr do I.Ih," "Polka Dot"
and vory pretty floral patterns.
GERMAN TABLE LINEN A vciy pretty ntiallty of Double Satin
Danmslt: $1.50 per yard instead of $2.00.
TABLE 8ET8, comprising One Tablecloth and One totittn Nap
kins to match. Newest designs, all sizes for ordinary or
TEA CLOTH Damask or Embroidered Irish Linen.
EXQUISITELY DELICATE OPERA CAPES AND BOAS
$12,00 TO $50,00,
Comprising nil the latest models, with all of those new and dainty
touches In trimmings, lining,-, collars, etc.. which mark them as
being thoroughly In touch with tlfu present modes. They nro tho
richest and most dellcnto fancies It has ever been our good for
tune to Import.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., FORT ST.
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of Summer.
b a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It Is being usd successfully all over the Islands.
Estimates given for any iron roofs, from a sugar
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO;
SOLE AGENI 8.
A cozy corner, a copy of one of
the new books and some one who
Is capable of discussing It.
Let us suggest tho book; maybe
)ou have heard of these;
"I"rl ami I." by llate-livllcr.
'The Crisis," by Churchill.
"Illeiincrhashctt," by Pidgin.
"Kim." by Kudyard Kipling.
"For Imo or Crown, by March-amont.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
WHAT HOME RULERS DID
TO A NAME LAST NIGlll
Kanui Started Ball Rolling Becklsy
and Wilcox Followed Conser
vative Says Action
There was an extremely large at
tendance nt the meeting of tho Homo
Itulo executive coiiimlttcq last c cit
ing In 1'nstir Hall for the. purpose of
considering matters In connection with
tho name of the party. Among those
present were Prince Jonah .Kalanlana
ole, Delegate Wilcox and members of
tho House of Itcpiescntallvcs and Sen
ate. There wns also a large attendance
of tho members of the committee
Vlco Picsldcnt Jas. K. Kaullii was In
tho chair, President Knlamikalnnl hav
ing gone for n trip to tho other side ol
Tho subj'-ct of the eenlng wns
brought up by Kunul, the old native
polltlcl.in who has seen camp-tlgim In
tho Islands from the time they first
began under tho kings now dead. He
made a pltu In f.tvor of the retention of
tho name "Independent Home Utile
hut his Ideas did not scent to meet with
very much enthusiasm.
Snon after this, Representative Deck
Icy arose and stated that he believed
tho name "Home Rule Republican."
which scented to have been adopted by
the nathcx on till shies, should be re
tained. He said that when he went
to Washington, he was received an n
Republican ami was received ro)ally,
For the welfare of tho party ho be
lieved the old numc of "Independent
Home Utile" should be dropped and
tho new nnme of "Home Rule Repub
After several others at the meeting
had spoken In the same strain as Mr.
Ueckley, Delegate Wilcox arose and
gave his Ideas ou the matter. He made
tho name arguments In favor of th
change of name, as have already been
published In the llullctln. Ills advlco
had come from the highest sources In
Washington and he had cnnsldeied It
best to follow It.
After more speeches on the siihjert,
It wuh decVi d that the party should go
before the people ut the next election,
hearing the name "Home Itulo Ilcpub-
One of the members of the commit
tee who has objected and still objects
to tho changn In the name of tho par
ty, said today: "I do not caro what
nctlon the executive committee may
tnko. I do not believe they have any
tight to usurp the place of the ronven
tlnn. If the name Is to be changed nt
all It must ho changed by the conten
tion and by the convention alone. All
this action of last night Is not Inwfu1.
Why, the first, thing ou know, wo will
bo accused of doing Just what the He
publiian Territorial Committee did n
few days ago. No, sir, I do not be
lieve In n change In the name of the
party and I do not believe that when
th; convention of the Home Rulers Is
railed together again, there will be no
indorsement of tho tu tlon taken by Hit
executive committee last night."
II-O la tho name of the purest nnd
most wholosomo lino of foodB manu
factured. They are principally break
fast preparations. The following Is a
list of them:
Farina . 15c pkg
Rolled OaU 20c pkg
Breakfast Crisps 20c pkg
Bit-Kit Flour 20c pkg
Buckwheat Flour . ,25c A 40c pkg
Tapioca 15c pkg
Corn Starch ....15e, 2 pkgs 25c
When You Dream of H-O.
You Wake Up nungry.
H. May & Co.
Boston Block, Fort Street.
Tell. 22, 24, 92. P. O. box 386.
In buying furniture from us. We keep
tho vory beat grade of goods and here,
as nowhere else, can you get a nelec
tlon to suit you suit you In quality;
suit you In price.
This week wo mention from our lm
WHITE ENAMELED AND SOLID
from $0 tip to $12.
BEAUTIFUL OAK, CHIFFONIERS,
From $8.75 Upwards.
Mahogany and Oak Library Tables.
Secretary Oak Book Cases,
And an ologant new stock of
Hartshorn window shades made to
J. HOPP & CO.,
The Leading Furniture Dealer.
Kins; and Bethel Sts
A BOON TO PEOPLE LIV
ING IN TROPICAL COUNTRIES.
No white, people are natlvis of trop
ical countries. Many physicians claim
tho tropica unsuitable for the whit-;
ruce. Why? llecauso the climate lr
euertatlng. You get run down, th
liver becomes sluggish, tho blood In
Impoverished, bolls and pimples br, ak
out, you nro nervous and irritable, arid
a general feeling of being "out o!
Putnam's Health Pills arc made e-s-
peclally for this class of ailment. They I
wako up a sluggish liver; tttvy make
rich, red blood; they remove that lan
guid feeling and tone up tho wholn
s)steni. There, Isn't the least qtttstlun
of their being the best tonic pill in
the world. If they don't benefit you,
your money back, Thereforo, with
such a guarantee, why delay the
ttt-utmi-nt? (let them today and r
celvu the benefit they will afford nt
PRICES 50c, 6 tor $2.50.
KING AND FORT.
PACKAGE TO MANILA.
The following communication relat
iiig to the sending of packages to the
Philippines mis sent to tho Bulletin for
publication, this morning:
War Department. Office Depot Quar
termaster, Honolulu, November 11,
Evening Ilulle-tln, Honolulu, II. T.
Sirs: Kindly inform the public
through the medium of your paper that
the Quartermaster General cf the
Army has direct, d that all packages of
reading matter Intended for the use
of enlisted men t-crvlng In tho Philip
pines, will bo sent free of charge If
properly packed und marked "Ameri
can Library, Manila, P. I." These
packages can be delivered at any time
fct the storerooms of the Depot Quar
termaster In the Stone Ilarracks, cor
ner of Hotel and ST, Her streets, Hono
Very rebpect fully,
C. .1. dn Uoo.
Chief Clerk, Q. M. Dept.
"GO DiN HOLOKU."
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer and Jobber.
European and American Dry Gocds.
Fort and Queen 8ti.
Kekna, a native undtr the charge of
vagrancy, appeared for trial In the
Police Court this .forenoon. He wns
represented by Attorney Kaulla, Depu
ty Sheriff Chllllngworth Mated that he
bad Invistlgatid the case of Kt-ktia
and had found that the defendant had
done some little work. He had been
helping some women make tillta. On
this showing, he would have to nsk fol
a nolle, prosequi.
In allowing the defendant to gc
Judge Wilcox made the following ra
mark: "Well, it has been learned that
you hate been helping women ruaks
quilts. The Itcst thing for )ott to do is
to go home und put on a boloku."
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. II. Ucrrey's ortlcc, 33 Campbell bid.
Sake tubs for salo; Fountain Saloon.
A nice looking young lady. Sen
The Federal trial jurors aro excused
until rt.isdav lieM.
A house on l.lllha street Is for rent.
See To Let column on page 8.
The freight steamer American will
sail for the Sound tomorrow morning.
Illanlt books of all sorts, ledgers, etc,
manufactured by tho llullctln Publish
Mcliicrny Is now settled nnd prepar
ed to meet tustomera In their new;
Captain McPhall of Hie II. P. Illtlict
has n vtry lino Great Dane pup with
hhn this trip.
David Lawrence & Co., Ltd., aro now
having their first annual clearnnco salo
and nrc selling good cigars for little
Putnam's Health Pills aro a boon to
persons lltlng In a tropical climate.
The Ilobron Drug Co. are solo agents
Hunting, shooting or tho carrying of
firearms on the property of the O. It. fc
L. Co. Is forbidden. See notice under .
llourboti whiskey G years old, $3.r0,
tlaret. 50 rents; sherry nnd Tokav 75!
rents it gallon at Uoffschlaegcr Co.'s,
In the Police Court tills forenoon,!
Ah Ngec, charged with vagrancy, was
sentenced to two months' Imprison
ment nt hard labor.
Tho marrlago of Miss Tlllle Wills
and Dr. ScJiwaU'e, formerly of Mnlo
knl, will tuVe place at P.thala planta
tion next Monday night.
Commencing Sundayf tho J7th Inst.,
Rapid Transit cars will stop at tho
near side of Intersecting streets. See
nntlco under New Today.
A correspondent from Knu write
that there has been a lot of rain all
over the district nnd tltnl every ining
is picking up in fine shape.
Tho llnlclwn hotel management has
secured the privilege of shooting on
the lands of tho O. It. ft I.. Co. for its
guests. See notice under New Today
Following were tho arrests made
dining this forenoon: Kuwiitn, cruel
ty to animals; Kithttlla, Kanehlna, IM,
A1ap.il and Kalnulamit, assault and
lattery on Alknkl.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. besides
doing the best ptlntlng and developing
In the city for thu least money: supply
amateur and professionals with all
Don't forget Camarlnos of tho Cali
fornia Fruit Market when you wain
fruit and vegetables. Ho always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
(irtic-nhagen's candles, some of ui
know their delicious quality, will be
ready for lovers of sweets tomorrow
morning In the new Ice cream and
randy department of Wnll, Nichols Co..
Tho Sunday afternon meeting In
the Y. M. C. A. will be addressed by
Rev. John D. Waldron. His subject
will bo: "Making Mountain Men.'
This lecture is a very Interesting one
and should bo heard by all voting
Officer Wills of the pollee depart
ment received by the Mauna Ixia thlt
morning the sad news of the death of
his three-year old daughter, Julie, at
the home of his sister, Mrs. T. C.
Wills, at Pahala plantation, lust Sun
A native with ft very much swollen
fato and a broad cut on the swelling,
was at tho police, station last night.
Ho said that his wire nail uono inn
mischief and left the billet of wood
with which she Is supposed to have
Inflicted the Injury. The mun said he
would appear today but, up to 1 o'clock
today, nothing had been heard from
Officer Mulelter, one of the blcyclei
patrolmen of the pollen force, had a
very unhnppy quarter of an hour this
morning while riding from Oahu Jail
to the court house. He was sent out In
the express wagon that Is now taking
the place of the regular patrol wagon
laid up for repairs, for the purpose of
taking Sweet Emnllu to the govern
ment building. All the way along the
route, hoodlums recognized Entalln
and greeted her with hoots. Tho wo
man pleaded to be taken along Ala
Moann but since that road Is not on the
route to the government building, the
officer loultl not comply with the law,
although he wanted to very much.
Sweet Kmalln declared that thu boots
came from newspapermen who were
anxious to get her name Into the paper.
We nro now In shape nnd picpared
to meet our customers.
Our Immense stock or nuw stylet are
Tho ladles' Manlsh and the men's
College InBta nrc In the height of pop
ularity, nnd seem to sell themselves.
Next week wo shnll Itemize some
of these, so Hint jotl might know how
one, up to date, should ho drcMicd
fINERNY SHOE STORE
H. Hackfeidjfe Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THIS SPACt RESERVED FOR
Do You Write Yonr Own Letters?
Save time (which Is
money) an J have
J. D. AVEJKY,
ponJfjit, write them
Tel. Main 76.
Over Hart & Co's
Paris. Nov. 7, 3: to p, m. A dispatch
from Admiral Calllard has just been
received announcing that ho landed
marines on the Island of Mltjlcne this
nomlng nnd occupied thu customs
houao at Mldllll without resistance.
Tho French Government has re-relv-cd
satisfactory replies without excep
tlnn to Its note explaining tin, meas
ures ngnlnst Turkey. An exeeilent lm
nresslon has been clotted In nfllclnl
ell clou by tho tone; of the response, of
tho United Stnteu. whlcn Is com lied In
most friendly terms.
MONY HOI COMMISSION.
At a meeting of the presidents nnd
secretaries of tho Chamber of Com
merce, Planters' Association and Mer
chants' Asportation held In tho offices
of tho Hawaiian Sift, Deposit & In
vestment Co. jesterday afternoon, It
was decided to grant the request e!
Qovernur Dolo for $1000 to ho used lo
carry on the work of tho Fire Claims
Commission to completion.
Unusual Low Prices iMe Immense Selling
New tlnnes come in every steamer, and if you come In any
d.iy this week you wil find lots of new, fie.h styles', including
Tnllor-madei Hoys' Suits. In I 1 J!rtot
Dress Golf Skirts
Scotch tweed, worsted nnd blue
serges, of the very latest cuts.
ONE LINE OF
Hoys' lllne Cheviot Knee Pants
Tho very latest cuta are go-
sizes from five to fifteen years; Ing at from $C50 to i.50. and
special price this wuek, 3.00 per
of a line of Ho)' nil-wool
Scotch Tweed Suits; special this
wc-elc at $3.0tl per suit.
WHILE THE LOT LASTS
we will sell a lino of Hoys'
Worsted nil-wool Suits, the, reg
ular price of which Is $3.00, for prices. One week only
we are ottering in the lino of
lllue Serge Dress Suits, for
bo)s, In all sizes. Wo guaran
tee satisfaction or money re
turned. OUR BLOU8E DRESS SUITS
nro far better than can be
found nn where edst, In the city,
and the prices cannot be dupli
cated. Wc Invite an Inspection
of this department, and all oth
ers as well.
l.lku the above mentioned ar
ticles, you will find these, goods
a gunulue bargain, excellently
made, good fitting, serviceable.
We carry only makes from the
most reliable manufacturers,
and know their worth.
we have tucm in an snnuos, in
cluding dark grays, black and
medium shades of green.
Great Towel Sale
The good reliable thing that
every housekeeper wants In
her outfit, at greatly reduced
HUNDRED AND SIXTY
KN TURKISH TOWKi.S.
Direct Importation from tho
looms. They aro the well-known
Star and Crescent Towels, and
prices aro given below:
Largo sized bleached Turkish
Towels, full weight, $1.65 per
EXTRA HEAVY Hath Tow
els, with fancy border, reduc
ed from $4.00 to $3.50 per doz.
Here we offer an unusual bar
gain. Wo reduce these heavy
TnnrAla tvlth IllllOV tinrHeFd
from $6.00 per dozen to $4.50.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO., Ltd.
Projjrcstt Block, Fort .Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCMIINS,
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of T
HONOLULU KTOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, No ember 15, Iqdc
MME OF STOCK j ;JPjw J Bu M
Brtw? A Cewp inv i o.ri,y too ... 4j
tl S vchD Cj.Co.LM to too im
L H. Kerr Ik Co,. Ltd . 100,00' j .. ....
F P!nttton Co cooono : 14 V
HjwillanAKrlcutrurilCo i,ono,ouo tor
HtAtlUnLom & Su Co t,t!,?io trv- ,,,
tUtilun Sue' Co ... ooo.too ia .. .. jt
Monimu J"Ufir Co ... fjo.om 1 113
MonokJA Sujrir Co ooo,oou v
H'kti Sugar Co ..y 500000 too
Kihuku f'lintatlon Co. ycaxi to. t
Kirwlt'Unt Co.. ltd I t 050,01 j 9)1 it
KiiMthutu Suirar Co. too,ouo ot ig
K in Sugar Co .. )oc.ot 100 ui
M Hri.dtU CO..L4. ),jr,;r v , .,
01J bu, t.1 U fcKau im t) H
l tnt SucarCo ... ,ouo,om 1 .
O it j la Sujrar I'lan Co tuc.oi. t I
(I aa Su Co., Li J , asl 1 xs.ouo t
O aa SuCo Ltj, pi Lp J 1 t sco,om n
O 'watu Ctnrany ' ijoooo 100
aautiau hi. Plan Co ,orx 50
PaClfC iu ar Mil 1 ynvuo ti
Pala Plantation Co 1 ?wx tco ... im
Prpftkeo Stear Co tjo.iw too
Fipnur Mill Co 1 tcoop tool
IMcinrtr Mill Co Asset $coo 100 . .,,,,
MaUlua Agr. Co , joe.ouo ton, ... f
Walluku Sugar Co . 7a,ov too
Walmanalo Sujai Co ).c" lew its
Walntra Mill Co . , 1 i5. ion
Wl dff Steamship Co I 500,000 100 .
''Itt'laUnJSmm N.Coj 500,000 10c , ... Ij
.taallan fc'ectrlcCo . I 101,000 it .....
Hon. RarUT tkl an JCol lyj.w too It
Mitual TelephonCo ' iwrc to I
'Jahu Ry ft Land Co. j.ouo.oa, too
Pop1e' Ice ft R Vg Co 150,000 100
First National 8ai
HHoR. R. Co. 6 percent
H n pl1 rrn.U . ' . .
t P'atnatn 6rrceni)
Ua)u P ft LanlCo.pr t mH ......
Oitu Plantation 6 p c i
wlai Plantation 6 pc. ...
Walalua Ajrkul ope . ,, , tt
.. . ,,,,,, ttt
VILLARD G. BROWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Slock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly ejiscuUrf.
Ground Floor, Judd Bufldlnc.
Postoffice Box 300. I elepnon rta
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 8tangcnwfild Building.
P. O. Box HOT. Tel. Main 988
McINBRISY BLOCK. FORT ST.
The Kinpress Frederick, it is re-called,
was in strange contrast to ber
mother, Victoria, In ono respect: The.
Utter had one of th elongest reigns
In history, and the former one of the
I shortest, hare-ly a hundred daja.
No More Dread
CArU OF HUBELMOUH HUMAN.
In Henry Arthur Jones greatest
play, "The Cni" of Itehelllous Susan
In which Mr. James Nelll and the Nelll
company will be seen In thls.rlty at tho
Opera House this evening, the author
has made n studious Illustration of tho
problems that confront married life.
The woman grown weary of a free
dom that the world admits to her lord
hut denies to herself, nnd delcimlnn
lo seel; a little romance on her own
account. The experience Is not en
tirely satisfactory to her, although It
Is not completed, owing to the timely
Intc-rtrntlou of an undo who has been
practicing for twtnt-fle jeitrs In the
ditorcn courts. Ktcntually the innn
and woman, after two )car' separa
tion, It-urn their Iisson nnd are willing
enough to re-enter matrimonial har
ness. This, although Mr. Jones does
not attempt to wltn tho problem In
volved. Is the hippy conclusion of the
play. "In the Ciisu Of Uebeiilous Su-
aim" .Mr. New win do seen as mi
Itlclutrd Kato. thu divorce court law
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph OlUer Carter
have Issued Invllallonit for tno mar
riage of their daughter, Sarah Mitch
ell to Mr. Wlnfrcd Howard Ilabbln,
on tho ovening of Thursday. Novem
ber SXth. 1001, at 8:30 o'clock In Cen
tral Union Church, "At homo" cards
announce January IS.
TEETH KXTIUCTEI) AND FII.LB1
AIISOMJTEI.Y WITHOUT I'AIN b)
jur late scientific method applied to th,
jums. No sleep-producing agents oi
Thiee are tho only dental parlors li
Honolulu having PATENTED APPL1
ANCES nnd IngrediontB to extract, fll'
and apply gold crowns and porcelali
crowns undectecable from natural tectl
tnd warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wor
Jono by OHADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 lo 20 years' experience, nntt
each department In charge of a Special
1st tllve ns a call, and you will One
us to do exactly s wc advertise, Wi
will tell you In ndvnnoo exactly wha'
your work will cost oy a KIIEE EX
Set Teeth OO
Cold Crown $5.00
Gold I'llllnfiH IOO
Kllver 1;IiIIii(Jh ROc
E. W. Jordan
Our name alono will be a guarantw
that your work will be of the best
New York Dental Parlors
Room 4. Elite Building, Hotel Street
L.UIIK8 TO ATTENDANCE.
Is ulwuys well to the front In pen. '
NO. 10 KTORII n nods at Kulr Prices.
FORT STREET ,m F,orp m"Kt Vecp ,n Une w,'h J
other stores In frontagx to the j
WL ""' ('"Vornineiit may ntk mo to
JBJJjs? move back, which will lessen the
flk Hlzu o' "' store, and I must re-
R2( 'l111'0 n)' Immense. Slock to ut
jfcW Uiati one-half. I thcrcforo Intend
GIVE ALL OF MY CUSTOMERS
thu opportunity to buy goods at
never heard of here. Come bo-fore-
im buy elsewhere and you
will say my prlce-s aru nil right,