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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H T. Tt'ESDAY, JAX
LADIES' AND MISSES'
The extraordinary values offered by lis In ladles' nnd misses' Capes
lias caused an Immense sale. Goods are all on display In tho store
LADIES' AND MISSES' GAPES, navy
blue clolh S2.75.
trimmed with four rowi
of white silk
NAVY BLUE BROAD CL0TH-S4.00
nicely trimmed with fur and Soutacho
In n Id. i:tr.i value
In red or tan, ery rich and stylish.
Just tho right length and cut for car
riage capes. Trimmed with half Inch
stripes of Melton Cloth, same color,
and four rows of heavy stitching. Ex
tra vnlue and beauty.
SCOTCH PLAID $5,00
with hood trimmed with wool braid
and wool fringe. Extra heavy.
SEALETTE CAPES 5.00 and 7.00
trimmed with fur and beading, well
Colors, navy bluo, red, bottle green,
tan, brown nnd electric bluo; mndo
of good quality cnslimcre, and trim
med with fancy Bilk braid, and In tho
latest fashion, at prices ranging from
2.75 to $8.00 each,
Large and handsome assortment of
HEAVY GOLF and STEAMER CAPES
Prices $10.00, $12.50, $15.00.
FOR THE COOL WEATHER
10 4 white, brown or grey Cotton lllankcts at $1 per pair for double
bed. 10 4 heavy whlto, brown or grey, 91.25 and J1.D0 per pair. Extra
heay whlto Cotton Hlaiikcts with hi ue or pink check border, $2.25 a pair.
All wool Ulankets, 11-4 for double bed s, with bluo or pink border, $5 per pair.
l'ull stock of all wool Ulankets from $5 to $10 per pair.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
BLUE RAYSJAKISH PAIN
Surprising HcsultH Attend U
pcrlmcntH ut ISuhhIjiii
Special Cablegram I
Cop right J'JOl, by l'ress rilbllsblng
Company, New York World and i
Medical rlrclcs here nro excited over
the discovery of n oung Hnsslan phv
slclan M. Mlnln. regarding the cura i
live properties of blue llgnt. I
Struck by tho common notion
among tho Russian peasantry that a
sick person on whom sunlight fnlls
through bluo glass feels relief from
pnln M Mlnln began an elaborate, bc
rles of experiments, nnd he now pub
llshes the result In a leading medical
Journal of St Petersburg
M Mlnln used electric light through
various similes of blue nnd violet glass
He demonstrated that In particular
classes of nerve disorders nnd in ncu
ralgla of the faco bluo rays alleviated
the nctito pain. Ho also conducted
successful experiments with cases of
Dr. Mlnln uses on ordinary lfi can
dlepowcr 100 volt electric lamp, tho
light or which falls through pieces of
blue glass. The length of tfmo during
which tho patient Is expoied to the
light varies from ten to fifteen min
im We have a large stock of blue gobes
for Incandescent lamps the tame as
are spoken of In cablegram, which we
will furnish to our customers at a
MRS. E. H CONGER. WHO HAS RETURNtD TO CHINA
m rs fvj B ra Pa ra fa rw Pa fa Kj m f-a "a Hi "a Pa na na R Pa ra r-
SYNOPSIS OF JOHN E. BUSH SPEECH
upsets tin stomarh and prevents the
imt i It u iletmnts fi mil getting Into
thr blood The stdinnt h flnnll rebels
ng.iliiKt I iod nnd the P-stllt Is dKpep
Bla Tin Hitters will strengthen the!
turves nnd curi dyspepsia, constlpa-,
tlon biliousness, flatulency, also rre I
nti a he.iriv appetite purlfj the blood I
nnd build up tin svitim Ik sure
to trv It
PRICE . ,
.AT THtl .
I'ollowing Is the full text of the .tlvcs piomlse of a fair and equitable ' TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
speech of John 1: IluMi dcllveiid at distribution of tbe wealtli or the
the Hoosevelt rally tmintr among nil classes Just as we
Fellow Citizens We are gatheied nre willing to embiaie the opportunity
together this evening at the call of a nnd nble to profit b our efforts He
committee of the Home Rule llepubll- has hlmselr pronouneed In no timert.iln
can party, u part In politics composed tone us to his views on the labor prob
mostly or the Hawaiian people, to hear' lent that stands menelngl to disrupt
the opinions of representative men ol the proper relations that should exist
all stations In soclct and party aril-, between the wage-worker anil Ills era
nations, to ratir, and express ouriployer. Ills determination to oppose
loyalty to tho policy and principles of all attempts to revoke the barrier that,
the President bf our common country j excludes the coming In of Aslatli and
cneap peon luuur inio me iiiuiur aim
who compete with rrec American labor,
is of Itself a boon thnt we should ap
preciate, nn el which should give us a
correct Idea or the character of tho
man and the hope that Is heron 113 i.f
helng ralrlj and eitiltabl rewarded
for our labor.
It Is Impossible for me to nn.ilwn
EXTRA FOR PUBLIC WORKS
Homesteads are Granted to Settlement
Associations Street Widening
and Tugboat Trouble.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Mcrchnnt nnil Nuunnu 8tn. P.O. Ilox 070.
"V" - - 11
l 1 1 .. T-,r j . r. . :t
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
SOLE AUENTS (or
Alsen Portland Cement
Roche Harbor Lime : :
Dick's Balata Belting :
as laid down nnd defined by him In his
message to the two llouseo of the Am.
crlcan Congress. The Invitation to mo
to be one or the Bpeakers or the even
ing gave me to understand that the
meeting would he non-partisan, nnd
would tient and advocate the passage
of resolutions ratlflng the policy of
Mr Hoosevelt, the Chief Executive of
our Nation. The tone of the lnvlta-!thc President's message and bring out
tlon, notwithstanding the belief of
somo not friendly to the Home Tinier.
Indicated tho honest) or the movers
and promoters of this meeting
As numerous speakers were Invited
and expected to bc here this evening
It was understood that our addresses
would be limited In time, nnd as a con
sequence our remarks would bo cen
tered on tho policy of the President
ever) point in It that Is vital to us .is
a whole, and cspeclallj to us as rep
resenting tho masses of the people of
our lountr). Uver man should t.iKo
enough Interest for himself to look
cnrefull) Into it It concerns evcty
lnjal citizen and we ought to ret I It
to be a paramount lut to nuke our
selves familiar with ever) utternjee
of our President bemuse it ctuurins
nnd the probable effects It would have Individual and his familj tlut
upon tho ruttire welfare of tho Amcrl- l uoul1' luue n ,r,,c uud lorrca
enn peoplo anil the prosperity of the knowledge of the pollev of the udmlu
whole country. 1 must bay for mvseH , istrntors or the people's rights nnd of
thnt t hmrtllv mnciir with the hW of i tliclr welfare, nnd also to correctly
brevity In sneech making upon any J'"lsc the character nnd the merits (r
At llrst 1 felt that as an officer In the
Judiciary Department that It would not
be becoming for me to appear here this
the men representing and conducting
the affairs of the Nation Judging our
Piesldent from his con rue In private as
veil as In public life I think the Nation
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
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,.nln. ,,! l .. ..tit. t.nrl I.. .1.1.' ' " ! lMlt: in II... r out " ui.il
purposes or the meeting, nnd cspeclallv I lo Its executive head as Mr. Hoose
as I had an Indistinct recollection that I "' Cl,'n1r ,c'?' ,''- , '",in" ' , '""j!
.11 n.u.,11.. nn,. .. I.rmd fmi., , " '""I ""'nil.- ill tmM.fciii. ......
,. .! in , r ..nii.i'wt'on. '" ' eminent
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At the continuation or the Uxccil
live Council meeting esterda nttcr
noon, the Depatttuenl of i-ubllt Works
wns allotted J.'imkjii adilulonnl on pto
tnta muutbl) expenditures for tho cur
Au urrangeinent with Henry Wntei
house was approved, wherchv ut a
noinliinl pi he ...u (.overnment re
ceives laud In Hotel siteet on condi
tion or ninMug euros and sidewalks.
a letter from Father Valentin con
veled tho ureeptnnce by the Cnthollt
.MlHslon ol the proposition relative to
tnc widening of Fort street prevlousl
Land Commission 1 S Ilod was
authorized to grant the npplleutlou or
u settlement association In Puna fot
The application of a settlement as
sociatlou for tliu opening of sevent
acreB at beventeen miles on the Vol
ra no toad was granted, excepting as
to one lot, which was outside bounds.
The James Lewis Settlement Asso
elation made application ror the open
lug or 120 noes In Ulna near the Tom
Cooke settlement It wns grnnted
onl) ns to sixty live acres, ns cinlj
one block ranv he thiowti open at a
A list or rules mid regulations gov
crnlng tliu loading aim unloading of
vessels ut wharves was read by Super
intendent llojd and approved by t he
ouiiell The rules will lie submitted
.A - j ui , I
mtt(C$. . 2
cal character, li an order from At
torne) General Knox of the Federal
Government llciore declining I took
steps to satlsf) noeolf as to ray posi
tion under the clicumstnnces, and on
being satisfied that I was not debar. c.1 ?l,rt hl "".Jw.c nn '"?fk. 'or"l;iJ
UUlCt.l. ...... .. lloi .ll. i-i..,,t. ll. ..
nt.ni t t-.il,, lu Aliurue'j eiriie'iiii imiil- iih it:tio.tji.
IlltPIl IO rillO , , 1, nrnttttllnnl.i,!
and direct the nlTalrs or bo great n povv- A IllI10rt as r,,a,, rrum ar10nnal
er ns tbe I'nlted States or America ... i-i,., ali cantalu McAllister of
The President Is not untried In tho tbe Government tug Uleit regarding
several spheres that nre needed to p.lu-tlii teient trouble between that vessel
eate him to a knowledge of his diuls nnd the tug I'enrless. It stated that
ine i. leu was in nu Hunger ut wie lime
" If jou don't want whukcy lo get tbe best of joti, vou tnuit get
the btn oPttbukev
" 1 do Ud bit vthcu a fellow's on1 got a nickel I e can t buy
CVRLS NOBIE '
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,,
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
I accepted the courteous Invitation of
the committee, nndtthus I am here to
take in) share In the furtherance nf
whatever mnv be beneficial to the peo
ple, and to show mv heart endorse
ment of the President's polic) upon
I lin t l I tnn rl I llnid m tlill 11 ASA It,
.. .... .... ...,.. ..., f..t,. tnr '"ore ' than I ban
.. . ' . ...., i. . ... .. In dosing, however
litciiuni ui... I't.t.ivtjt. t .o uu.n t.f
Mv time limit Is about explrol and I
feel that I have said nil I neid to say,
foi other nnd abler men will epeuk to
you on the purposes or thh meeting
and the spirit that has prompted it
of her alleged rest tie bj tne Fearli s
and that the latter Is not entitled to
holvngc No dellnlte netlrn wns taken
JAN1TOU WAS UtBPONSIULE.
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 16, our entire stock
will be offered at reduced prices on
account of removing to Robinson Blk.,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Give us a call and convince your
self of our low prices.
14 Hotel Street, nenr Nuunnu.
I was fortunate to have received ft 1)ie ,)0l(J of 01ir i.r03 lei.t It is
ipy of the President's message to no gma m,lt f KrUlllcution
St l.ouls Dee 20 lleftue the te
laniis (ourt of hninlr today lleni It
Tnvliu Janitor for the t hemic al and
let me ngnln hatterlologlttil divisions or the
urge vou nil to leave nslde nil tiaitisan Health Department admitted under
reeling nnd let us tinanlmoinlv approve 01" mui m issuei ;or piioiic uso tne
l.tvln itttfl .1 I Bli It tti t f i uia.lft.t 11 Itlnlt
, 1L ' IUMV Ullll UI llllttl'l lilt. ni-'l II I ll, IIIUI
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LUiini.il UIL- uliiu in. u in n ii i ill i ii'tu
The message of the Chief
(hlhlifii from tetnmiH Ho tllHtrlhuU'il
i niiiKP iimh ri nninipniiiiinn -rnni.i... . 1..1 . .. ....1 1 ......... .. .
nxccutlvo of the American Nation s .esoliitlons that will be prejented It. ij lnbelul he stated because the sup
one of vvotld wide Importance nnd Is J0U tllU cxoniK ,,, Hatlnllod will pis of illnlitherln antl toxlne had be
meet u willing responho rrom t very 'tome exlinuntcd tarly In Oitobcr, and
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
watched and rend as universally as any
document thut emanates fiom the head
of any nation. The leaders of other
countries probablv watch with keener
Interest tho polity of our government,
as closely ns any that emanates from
true Aineilean Hverj lover of llbortv
and freedom must reel its 1 do that it
Is a grand privilege. In out humblo
splieie. to show our lovult) to tho
principles upon width
General Merchandise! Dry Goods, Groceries
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
5s . O- Bear 880 Ifcva,i:n. 2lf
BIG HOLIDAY 8TOCK OF TOYS.
Many new Stayles Table Covers, Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
Embroidered Piano Covers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Heavy Pongee Silk and White Silks, Victoria" Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
any of tho governments that claim to nlrnt )a .Hinlilialic-cl and for which the
Itilluenco tno netion ami uestinies or ,,rec0,B n ,)f the rather or tha
tho world. Mv leading or tho message, revolution were saerlllrtil to perpetuate
satisfies me. as I hope It will satlsry ns an inlicrlliint e- In ever lovet tit
all ttuo Americans who ma read tho ibor,yi ml ikh we now set. urged
same, that It is a masterful, plain, gball be m.ilnt.tlmd upon the same old
straightforward and honest exposition traditional lines ns of ore b our nioht
of the present condition nnd tuture 0rthv and able i'risldtnt
prospects of the Nation. It Indicates rt1(m eltlzens, us I nm to wldiem
the eluractet. too, of the author vvlui ,, nawiilliiii fellow Utlzons.wlio have
rruciuuns tne uueiiiiii'ui. 11 spc-uKa tipioinet jt
vvun tno conuiienie 01 one tnoiougniy xcntBi Anurlcau t lllztns. let me thank
conversant with the duties of his post- )oll tthu havo gl,.,1Pl, 1MtUutl to my
tlon, and with the precision of a per- fe,.bu clToltH im tll3 ()tia8 ,,
son who Is well satisfied with tho lnnguage not m moll.tr's. ror tht op.
course nnd policy that would meet the ,,01tiinltv and ror the privilege or tnli-
iiiTi'snmes mill uic m.-iuis mr imi an- . lmrt in ...i. .neelliiK nnd in nilvo-
he did not bilieve thnt tlie serum vvus
"bad enough to kill children"
Til) lor Is a negiii He has held city
positions for man) jears In addition
to his duties ns Janitor he acted as its
our govern-'siHtimt to Consulting t'ltv Ilacterlolo
glt.t Aimuiil ltnvold More or less In
the tupuiltv or assistant he bad
tlinigo or the antl toxlne when it wns
in Husks and artel It had been pouied
Into vials lor dlstilliiillou to pbvsl
tlans Tavlor ndmltted that his fot
mer tetlnion In wliith he swore that
heiiiiu or September "oth had nut betn
dlhtrlliuteil, wns raise Tavlor stated
positive! that he guvi' out seiiiin ol
the make or September ii'Jtli This
the trend or unavoidable I :""' ', l nlhK.'.l. avus lesp.mslble
nil lilt' tii'i.iiin it. e.A.t't.. .j. ........ t ...,
dreii Tnvltir Mild the seiuiu of Sep
tember 3uth wns not iifsttovt'd until
nltn the ttoulile began uud that he
had hten ti)iiig to 'piutect the whole
vaiKement of tho eounti), both Inter
nal as well ns external, I
It seems to me that our President
will pinvn himself tn be one of the
most able i:ecutlve officers thnt baa
assumed that position. Placed uncx-
entlng a unitv of feeling In the pihsage
of the tisuliitlons that will be if id tu
.Mr Hush thru spoke In Hawaiian tn
tho nntlve portion of tho gntherlug,
much In suhstamo as be did In V.n-
PORTABLE TRACK COMPLETE
30 inch Gauge 14 lbs Rails
36 inch Gauge 20 lbs Rails
Hop mile In quantities to
nult by t- :- t- t-
H. Hackileld & Co., Limited
p o Doi ns
-stfsjriircrcsr xnro ohan
THE OLDEST CHi. 'BE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DmUts Id Flo Silks a4 Grm Llatai CblntM and Jipaoii QooU ol All Klo4i
tio-tit Nuuinu lift
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
yectcdly at tho head of tho nffnlrs of Kl8ll at tho tc,iwtt ,tt ti,e ilmlrnuin,
tno great iteptii.iie tinner one or tno Ilon KnlaiioKalanl His addiess In
most painful of t Ireumstances-thc i1(ltll lauguages was Impromptu, of
death of his predecessor bj the coward- Vvliith the above Is a sjnopsls
Ij band of an ananhlst. he as In all.
the varied luildents of his llfo bai
proved himself a most wot thy and fit
ting successsoi to fill the vacant chair
lit the Capitol Mr Hoosevelt has pro
claimed to us that he will carry nut
the policy or Ills prcdi lessor upon the
tindltlonal lines or puto Americanism.
I'ew men who have been called upon
to fill so high a position as ho now
enjoys, has pioclalmed It with more
vigor and has shown his slncerltj ns Naaleliu, Jan. I It Is btntul on good
our ITcsldcnt has slnto his accession aulboilt) that Mi Sheiman thltr on
to otllce In the taming out or the glneer of I'ahula mill will tenialn for
ttuo tradlllnn.il polity or the Amcrl- i least a vini longer All nre glud to
ran Nation lies our gteatest hope ror know that the dlstrhl is not to lo.
ruturo progiess uud piospeilty It blui and his istieined wife
NAAL.5IIU CIIKIHTA1AK TRnii.
Kau Hawaii, .Ian J. Miss Tewsley,
U .u Im of the iirlvale s. !i,.il .it N'.uilo
hu, gave n Clulstmai ti"o enteitaiu
ment to lui pupils t'lu Ist'iias o.e It
was ii pretty ulTali and Sant'i L'l.ms
worked Just as he did vvuen we wc,'e
l:ou(Vit Over it Dofi.
New York, Dec 20 A cable to the
Suit f loin Home savs Lieutenant
Viione and Lieutenant Scandniiu had
n qnariil n rew ilavs ago about n dog
nl lliesila Totloj tbej rotight a duel
I with sivoids 'I lie (inn bat went on
harmless ror two bonis, when the
olllieis and tliclr tunnels- ail join lied for
liitiih. Siibsciiici)tlv the duel was re
sumed with the lesult that l.liutin
nut Siiilidoue s head wns split open and
he dliil fiom the efTeits of the wouiiiL
l.leutinnnt Vcione was ilangeiuusly
If jou have Sine Thioit I'aln-Klller
will cine It If vim have a cough or
cold, I'aln-Klller will end It U vet
hnve i lamps oi dlairhoen, l'nln-Kllli r
will lellove it H on cut burn or
biulse nut self I'alu-Klllir will Btnp
the piln In short a bottle of I'aln
Klller on vour sheir will save vou pnln
time nnd muncv Avoid substitutes
theie Is but one I'aln-Klller I'errj Da
vis' l'tiie 2"u and Soo
Weekly Bulletin, $1.00 per year
mmt "' ! wmryimmm
OAHU CARRIAGE MF'G CO., Ltd.
1170 Ulver Street.
ISct. Iteretunln unci Pnuulil,
Tel. Blue 541.
l O. Uox 078.
lubber Tires pnt on in Satis
Fine Carriages, Wagons and
TrUCkS. Repair Work a
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
THE E V EN I N G BULLET I N
THE OLDIST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAPER
A KIONDVK8 fO AOVWISERJ Jl J jt 0 J J J Jl
W. C. Achi & Co.
Wo will nuy or Soil Real Estate In
all parts ot tho group.
Wo will Soil Properties on Reason,
1 10 WEST KINO 8TREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
In Knplolant Park
Addition and In
137 MERCHAN. STREET.
by MIhh L. K. Dayton