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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., FRIDAY, MAnClt 28, 1902.
The Hawaiian Souvenir Playing
THEY Are here THEY are beauties
Appropriate as prizes for card gamci. Suitable as gifts to friends
and relatives In distant parti.
Each perk c.atalns fif tlirec half tone engravings of tlio cho.c
est vlewa of Honolulu, Hllo nnd the principal pomts of Interes'. in
the Islands. Back design of Knmebamoha Statue In co'ora. Edges
In Qold. Double enamel turfa.ee, of tho very best finish. Largo In
dexes make them suitable for all cord games. Telescope cases stamp
ed In Gold. These cards are manufactured by the United States Play
ing Card Co, who have spared no pains In making them the finest
scenic pack of cards ever published.
RETAIL PRICE 1.00 PER PACK.
E?2S1;"d WAIL, NICHOLS C6MPANY, Ltd. iT.'.t
Only a personal Inspection can give
you an Idea of the -value of these sett".
They consist of seven pieces of tho
fined wood beautifully finished, and
are a bargain. Come and see them.
J. HOPP & COMPANY,
A LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS
a Corner King and Bethel Streets m
Why not order a box of Saro-
nl's fine candles when telephon
ing for the grocerlts? The Ala
meda has Just brought us the
We sell" them In J-lb, 1 ano
21b boxes) Remember, just a
telephone message will bring
them to your door.
H. MAY & CO.
Tho Popular Grocery.
according to the nrlnlons
of physicians anil food ex
perts, wo have all the best
of tho many breakfast
foods now on the market.
There Is one that has be
come tho most popular of
all foods simply because
Its work and results tell
quickly and satisfactorily.
Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
suit you best.
LEWIS & CO.
II it Limited II
1060 FORT STREET.
240 Two Telephones 240.
' Wo are having quite a sale
of rope portieres. These are a
new Importation and are In very
beautiful colorings Prices are
Large stock In handsomely
finished quarter-sawed oak,
chairs to match.
Our furniture stock at tho
present time Is very complete In
every department. Come and
There is Individuality about eye
glasses the same as dress. Not every
one can bo fitted with the same clip
and spring. Eye-glasses should bo
made to fit the face becomingly and
a small featured person needs a small
cr lens than one with a broad face.
We fit each individual, and take all
necessary cars without piling tho
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street.
Over May 4 Co.
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
LOCAL AND GENERAL
H. W. foster, Jeweler, 1S8 Hotel St.
Deal's Is synonymous with good wall
The transport Meade expects to get
nwny for Manila tomorrow afternoon.
The family of the lato William
Crcwes have a card of thanks In this
Wllder's steamer Klnau Is expected
on Sunday nfternoon from Hllo and
Some very handsome bedroom sets
offered at Hopp & Co 'n at $33. Call
and sec them.
There being no sports tomorrow
afternoon, tho band will give a concert
at Ktnnia Squaro
A meeting of tho Young Men's Re
search Club will be held this evening
nt tho usual time.
The weekly edition of the Hvcnlng
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tho rlews of the day.
There will he no meeting of tho Uo
search Club this evening In view J
the public services In the churches
Eastman pocket folding kodaks nil
sizes, for sale at Honolulu Photo Sup
ply Co nt 20 per cent below regular
Ilourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, 53.50;
Claret, 50 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 73
cents a gallon nt Hottschlncgcr Co.'h,
McKerroirs horse boots look first
pi lie at Paris Imposition The C I'
Herrlck Carriage Co. hm tho sol
agency for Hawaii.
The United States risli Commission
Steamer Albatross, Captain Thomas,
which lay off Walklki all last night,
headed for the open bc.i at sunrise this
All the banks, a large number of tha
principal business houses of the city,
the Territorial courts and tho govern
ment buildings are closed today, this
being Oood Friday.
Tomorrow there will be two per
formances at the Opera House by the
Hawaiian I'onol Dramatic Co. Door
open In the afternoon at 1 30 and In
tho evening at 8 o'clock.
Thcro wns such n short calendar In
the Police Court this forenoon that
men who were smoking when they
first entered tho room. found that their
cigars wero still lighted when court
The first annual meeting of the Inral
lodge of Elks will lie held this evening
In the hall at tho corner of Uertcaniti
and Miller streets. Elective officii
will be chosen and the regular meeting
will be followed by n social session A
large attendance Is expected and a
number o. visiting members fioni Hllj
will be present.
T. L. Norton pf Maul and Miss Louise
Hussey of Knhiilut wero married at
the Catholic Cathedral by Father
Duenaventura on Tuesday last Manv
friends and rclatlv es of the couple w ci e
present at the ceremony which wan
followed by a Jolly wedding party at
the Queen hotel
Dr. Thornbury, who has been on
(lovernmcnt bcivIco In Alaska. .u
among the arrivals in the Ventura
Thursday night. He conies hero to
take the place of Dr. Duniap Moore as
boarding officer for the United States
quarantine service. Dr. Moore has
been ordered to tho station nt Yoko
hnma. He sailed In the America Maru
Prof Ljons, the government meteor
ologist, reported csterday afternoon
that the tide gauge Indicated symp
toms of a wave disturbance at soni
distance from the Islands lie eould
not tell where this disturbance began
lie was uot Inclined to believe that
the waves were of storm but of vol
It has been nnnounccil Mint from
now on there will be no meetings hol.l
In thu drillshed unless the) b of n
mllltnr nature or nre In some wa
connected with thu Government TJn
stage nt the inauka en ilnf the hall Ins
been fitted with movable partitions
anil sliding doors so that it can now i"
used for the purpose of holding torn
At the meeting of the Hoys' Ilrlgado
athletic committee jestorday afternoon
It looked for a while a If tho Hono
lulu Athletic Club would withdraw it
team from tho field day meet on ac
count of the psotponement until a
week from the dnto first decided on
Howevvr, It is understood that this
dctermlnatliin has been changed and
that the athletic club will vor prob
DO YOU REALIZE
Thot In hiding n gpiiulnc Hand
Welt man's shoe that ou get ex
Oo You Realize
That unless the HANAN SHOE
was and Is nil It Is represented
thnt It would never have gained
tho fame it has?
Oo You Realize
That ou nro wasting our money
and losing lots of comfort bit)lng
shoes that are claimed to be Just
as good as the "HANAN"?
Drop around and tr a pair on,
we clout have to say a word the
shoes sell themselves.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
J. H. FISHER
I dfc Company,
, Slock and Bond Broken
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WE8TERN A88URANCE CO, of tlr
Offices Stangenwald Bldg M
chant Street Tel. Mala 3t3.
ON TOP OF Ci
New York, Mar 17 A sperlal to
the Sun from Washington sas A
Republican Senator of great Influence
with his party In and out of Congresi
Is authority for the statement that
Secretary Hitchcock will soon tender
his resignation. The pressure brought
to bear against him by Western Sena
tors and Representatives, who contend
thnt he Is out of touch with them and
not in smpath) with their Ideas of
what Is needed In the West In a politi
cal and legislative way. has become too
strong to be resisted, and the result
will be an enily change.
President Roosevelt Is personally
warmly attached to Secretary Hitch
cock, nnd believes his conduct of the
department has been marked hv Ink-Ill
gent nnd high-minded devotion to pub
It Is also usKerted on good nuthorlty
that Hitchcock will he succeeded bv
Willis Van Devantcr, present Assistant
Attorney General for the Interior De
partment Van Devantcr Is a oung
and ver) able man who emigrated from
Indiana to Womlng, whence he wai
appointed to his present office at the
beginning of the McKlnle) Adminis
tration Ho Is well known In Wyom
ing, where he was prominent as a law-
er and active Republican and Is very
popular with the Republican Senators
and Representatives who are not satis
fied with Societarv Hitchcock's man
agcmenl'of the ilepartWnt Van De
vantcr, moreover. Is held In high es
teem by Secretary Hitchcock nnd by
cornier Hecietar) Cornelius .n. nam
both of whom nave warmly commend
ed him In their annual repoits
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
Ithaca N Y Mnr 18 .1 O Sal
mons and Porter Plnne). two Cornell
students were told tout In order to
Join n srerit organization they niu.'t
ride from tills city to (lenevn on tho
roof of the b-iggagn car on the fast
Lehigh Valle) passengir train. Ac
cording tlicj climbed on the roof of
the train when It pulled Into the sta
tion Inst night
The train was one of the fastest on
the mad and mnde no slops until It
rem bed Ceneva fort miles distant.
A strong, cold wind was blowing from
the north and this added to the vein
clt ncnrl) blew the students from tho
car With hands benumbed the.v held
fast to the ventilating pipes Cinder)
poured down on them in Inrrelfills
and they were soon Minded The train
whirled nroiind curves nt a frightful
rate of speed and the held their breath
for fear the) would be sent rolling Into
tho ditch Ever second was full of
When the train reached the station
on6 of them cried out for help and they
wero nsslsted down from the top of the
car, covered with dirt, and their face-,
black from cn.il dust. The) are now HI
In the lnfirmar) at Ithaca
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific: method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu baring PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teetb
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. AH worn, N-c WVl jnrcIl Kl,A p(.cal 0
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS olthe Sun from I.ondon sa)s Seven
rrom 1Z to zo years' experience, an- dangerous anarchists were arrested the
each department In charge of a Special
1st. Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. Wt
will tell you in advance exactly what
your work will cost ay a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth 5.00
Gold CrovvnH 85.00
Gold Filling $1.00
Silver Fillings 50c
sgh 'iU A!
otlo-rMu) at Naples on board n steam-
er that was nbout to sail for New
York All had been condemned to
long terms of Imprisonment for vari
ous cilmes They were tinder the Im
pression that once on board ship tlm
police would lie onl) too glad to get
rid of them This used to be the ens,
but the Italian Government now pre
fers to lime these criminals tind'-r
lock and ke ln their own eountr).
Moreover It has been found by ex
perience that It Ik not so easy now- a
fornieit) to dump them nn American
"Tho Itlglits of Man," by Dr. Lyman
r'ablcs for tho Fair," by Josephine
Sir Richard Calmady," by Mnlch.
"Stophcn Callnarl," by Julian Sturgis.
'French Revolution and Religions'
(Reform), by Sloano.
'"Schloy and Santiago," by Graham
'Torna Gonl)eo(f," by Maxim Gorky,
'iiiese nro only soven of tho now
books, but wo have seventy times
seven Just as good and as Interesting.
J. M. WEBB,
ISookucllcr und Stationer.
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
taken. My work Is
of the highest quality
and prices reasonable
J. J. Williams,
Take elevator In Boston Block.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY hORNINQ
or aftornoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Despatchl
I Tel. Main 76. 9 6M5. Elite Dldg.
Chicago Mar 20 Knighthood
flowered in Chicago tenia) with all tho
pomp nnd panopl) that marks the
lu other liooil of chlv.il) nnd secret
vows It was the d.ij that had been
set apart ns one of Juhllio for all
Knights of I')thliiH In the Supreme do
main, nnd 20,000 members of the order
were In attendance All supreme nnd
ginnd officers who had been able to
leaeh town 111 time, were cntcretalncd
at luncheon by Grand Chancellor
Charles E. Cushman, In the Grand
Central Hotel 1 hero wcic sevcm
This evening thero was a .parade of
many lodges, the march route lying
between the Masonic Temple and the
Collscum, The program 'began with
ritualistic bestowal of new honors upon
the candidate of tho Milwaukee lodgo
tam.Governor Lafolcttc, who was es
corted Into the crowded hall amid
cheers. Theso rites wero followed by
music from the band and a quartet and
The spectacle at the CollHeum did not
come to nn end until fur Into the night.
Tomorrow the visiting Knights will at
tend various Informal entertainments
planned for them by man) of the local
lodges and will return to their homes
The hiacelet from the Emporor Wll
Ham with tho miniature of himself
studded with diamonds will be a ulre
llttlo heirloom for MIhh Roosevelt In
hand down co her grandchildren Hut
that kiss vnl li Prince Henry Im
p. IntPd so gallantly upon her Inlr
linud she will have to keep for heisell
Booker T. Talks of
the College Girl
Iloston. Match li Portia Washing
ton ilaughteti of Hooker T Washing
ton a student at Welleslc) College
has wilttcn her Impressions of the
.New- England colli ge gal She sa)F
"Coming as I do Horn n school
wheio mr.tiiinl lalioi Is so thoiotighlv
emphasized and when each girl work-
all da) long, eltliei washing cooking
sewing, tile girls heie Impieshcd nn
ns having rather an e.n time with
nothing to do but academic vvoik.
Tills however wai onl) the first im
presslnn With all hei cneig) and
freedom of spirits no girl Is klndei or
swelter thnn the avenge college t,lrl.
She seems to be set Mug foi the best
In life and to become n useful, active
"It seems hardl) fair to comparH
girls with generations of culture be
hind them wlthglrN whose parent
wera slaves without even the posses
slim of their own bodies and vet I
believe that out girls could teach thet-o
girls many lessons In patienco and
t-elf-sacrlflce. Years of slaver) have
mdao this their Inheritance. The re
gru nhool girl, as n rule. Is icflu.d
and gentle -lacking the leice tint
c'u ncterlzcs her Northeih college Us
tei The latter seems to be In bj-ij
path) With all her hi other's sports and
amusements, nnd seizes them with t
seme cnerg) and determlnatloil Tim
litgrr school gill has a fnodtiess Vr
muslr literature and manual labor
ratio r thnn mathematics and nthlet
"Marilage Is one of the chief nmlil
tlont of oni girls while these glrp
seeiulngl) have little-thought of such
I Ivlr.g In the atmosphere of thli groat
c olh go day after da) mil) makes .tie
leel mofehopcful for the women of ny
New York, March 17. Justice IlctU
has Just heard the evidence In a singu
lar divorce suit Almost half a century
ago David Osterhout and Hnnna. his
wife, were. married, und until 1870 lived
lit Napanoch. II) mutual agreement
they then separated, and the husband
retained the residence at Napanoch.
Two ycarB lajcr the wife met Uernaril
vv. McAnny, an engineer or Montreal
and w us "married to him In California
Tho couple made their home In Ala
meda and were happy together until
1892, when MeAnny died,
All these facts are set forth In the
defendant's written answer to the com
plaint She states that she was the
recognized wife of MeAnny. and Ib now
Anna MeAnny his widow She sub
mitted In evidence a slip from a Cali
fornia paper telling of his death. It
was McAnnj's wish she said that she
should studv German French, music,
painting nnd oilier arts. She did so
nnd nlso took a prominent part In
benevolent work. Christian I'lldeaveu,
llpworth League and was twice com
inlander of the Ladles of Maccabees,
She gnve her (list husband a meic-lless
going over The letter contains n de
tailed nceount of her life In Alameda
as the wife of MiAiiiiy, and Is one of
the most lemaiknlile nnsweis to n di
vorce suit ovei submitted.
Our name alone will be a guarante.
that your work will be of the best.
Now York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIKS IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Sundays. 9 a. m. to 12 in.
I In German) the ) early number
divorces exceeds lO.OuO
All the flour consumed by the 11,
ii -.noil people In Slam conns from thu
An International exhibition of motor
boats end motor equipments for salllm;
I vessels Is to be held on Lake Wnnnsee,
near llcrlln. In Juno.
I Albert Raas
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purchaso or sale ol
, stocks and bonds carcfuly and prompt-
.,,-.... . ly executed. Loans negotiated
816 Fort Street, ' .
Honolulu, T. H. 0(nceRo0m 401, 4th floor, Stangen
Agents lor wad d poitoIf1ee box 390. Tet,
Httv Hand nro . u.. mi i-i
Victor Safe & Lock Co. ' phone Mln 331j
Ideal Ready Mixed
Tansy St cues
Impiovcd Stone Kilters
And the Steel Aermotor
Halsfead & Co., Ltd
MONEY AOVANCKD ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
CURTAIN WEEK AT
NO. 10 8T0ISII
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The bent collection In the city and mu:h
lower tlwin iimuiiI prlccn for
ONE WELK ONLY.
Gommencinor Mon. 17th