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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. It. T., FIUDAY. APRIL 4, 1902.
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THE CHICAGO $50.00
them. Then II doti not need a drayman 10 cirry It around
Examine this Typewriter at the local
at a time payments".
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- JUL JTCiflftMi TBnrSg
Mr. Oo. W Filch, with Simpson & MllUr. San Francisco. Cal., at) Memtoirry SI.
Says on March . iooo,-"As ' '11 ' ' fal CMcato In ln otflct 1" " If 7 J'0
I.10 A. M. 10 o P. M.. Heht by tht slot of Smith's, ana the Bar Lock machines and 1 my Imply)" ' " "
lifieo it tht capacity in( superior quality ol hl work ol the f 50 machine I : will holJ lit own '' "J
ol Iht hlch-rrlMd machliies.anj I congratulate you on tht production ol this llitlt J " ?"?"d.!
11. ,,. il.. 1 i, .., h.. ,n Smith lor vears. b it I would not enchance TK Ct'0 lor any 01
la I'l t ..-... ,.si(
Only a personal Inspection can glvo
you an Idea of tho valuo of theso sets.
They consist of seven pieces of the
finest wood beautifully finished, and
are a bargain. Como and sco tham.
J. HOPP & COMPANY,
LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS
Corner King and Bethel Streets
what it means
to the housekeeper
In ordering canned fruits, Jel
lies, Jams, olives, etc., the
housekeeper may feel assured
that S. & W. are tho highest
standard of excellence In the
We guaranteo every can of
S. & W. goods sold from our
store and have yet to hear of a
dissatisfied customer. When or
dering ask for tho S. & W.
Brand. We recommend It know
ing It will pleaBc you and make
H. MAY & CO.
The Popular Grocery.
22 TELEPHONES 24
" according to tho opinions
of physicians nnd food ex
perts, wo havo all tho best
of tho many breakfast
foods now on the market.
There Is ono that has be
come the most popular of
all foods simply because
Its work and results tell
quickly and satisfactorily.
1 Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
suit you best.
LEWIS & CO.
ti u Limited 11 si
1060 FORT STREET.
240 Two Telephones 240.
There Is Individuality about eye
glasses the same as dress. Not every
one can be fitted with the same clip
and spring. Eye-glasses should be
made to lit tho face becomingly and
a small featured person needs a small
er lens than one with a broad face.
We fit each individual, and take all
necessary care without piling the
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May A Co.
Machines fold on "little
NICHOLS CO.. LTD.
A sideboard will be nn acqui
sition to any household; In short
it Is almost Indlspensablo Down-days.
Wo havo a stock of great va
riety In styles and prices and of
the quality you have long been
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
"The nights of Slan," by Dr. -Lyman
t-'ablcs for the Fair," by Josephlno
"Sir Richard Calmady," by Slalch.
"Stephen Callrtarl," by Julian Sturgls,
"French Revolution and Religions"
(Reform), by Sloane.
'"Schley and Santiago," by Graham
"Forna Qonlyeeff," by Maxim Gorky.
'inese aro only seven of the new
books, but wo have seven y times
seven Just us good and as Interesting.
J. M. WEBB,
Bookseller nnd Stationer.
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
taken. My work 1h
ot the hlfJhcHt qunllty
and prices rcuHonablc
J. J. Williams,
Take elevator In Boston Block.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY rViORHINQ.irost Ininoitant of the Government's
or afternoon, given to dictation, will hi ppl mcnuuics, was completed today
keep your correspondence "cleaned b the Houao Committee on Appiop. I
up." Try It a month. ItillonH The bill nppiopilates ID,313.-
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Oespatchl
Tel. Main 78. 9 SMS. Elite Bldg.
WERE USED AT DAMON
An Afternoon Card Party That Was
Attended By Over Sixty of Ho- '
nolulu's Society Ladles
Undoubtedly the most ccrcllent at'
ternoon function of the season fiom nil
Mandpolnls wns the alx-hamled euchre
party given by Mrs. S. XI. Damon at
her home In Nuuanu yesterday. There
was n very delicate touch about every
thing In connection with the event
which showed the hand of nn artist
and there was a feeling of comfort and
hospitality on all hands that sccmcl
to pervndo the very atmosphere. There
were porhnps sixty Indies present, n
number who do not play card) arriv
ing later on In the afternoon in time
to partnko of tho delicious lefrcsh
ments. Mrs. Damon vvas'nsslsted In her du
ties as hostess by Miss Damon, Mrs.
1 S, E, Damon, Miss Campbell, Miss Ju
liette King, Miss Mary Carter and
Miss Mamie Wlddlflcld. These ladles,
besides assisting In the serving of tho
refreshments, punched score cards and
did other little things for the comfort
and entertainment of the gticsts. Tho
large drawing room was beautifully
decorated with orchid blossoms, a
spray of which Is enough to make
most Boclcty ladles In the city very
happy. Perhaps the most artistic ef
fect was produced by n long spray of
lavendar orchid blossoms trailing from
tho top of n tcakwood cabinet and out
lined against the body of the dark piece
of furniture. Violets were also used
In the decoration of the room.
The winner of the first prize was
Mrs. J. A. McCandtess who Is now the
happy oAncr of an Ivory miniature set
in a frame of gold. Her Bcore was 16!),
The prize for the most progressions,
a sliver toilet bottle, was won by-Mrs.
M. Phillips and the cdnsolutlon prize,
a stick pin, went to Mis. Campbell.
As the guests were leaving, Mrs. Da
mon presented each lady with a spuy
of orchid blossoms.
Among those present at the function
were: Mrs. Sauford U. Dole, Mrs. F.
SI. Bwnnzy, Mrs. I C. Jones. Mis. II. F.
Dillingham, Mrs. Smith. Mrs. J. A. Gil
man, Mrs. St. SI. Scott, Sirs. J. A. Sic
Camllcss, Sirs. J. S.'SIcGrew, Sirs. C. II.
Cooper, Sirs. (1. SI. Whitney, Sirs. A.
Fuller, SIis. Wlddlfleld. Sirs. Annls
Montague Turner. SIis. Henry W How
ard, Sirs. Albert E. Nichols. Sirs. Hus
Ml D. Wnllirldge, Sirs. Frank Hnl
ttend, Mrs. lMgnr IlaUtead. Sirs. A. F.
Judd, Mrs. Alex. Isenberg, Sirs. At
wood, Sirs. C. I). Wood, Sirs. SI. Phil
lips, Sirs. T. J. King. Sirs, j:, V Jor
dan, Sirs. Couzens, Sirs. E. F. Illshop.
Mrs. J. P. Cooke, SIlss Alexander, Sirs.
E. A. Slott-Smlth, Sirs. C. Hcmenway,
Mrs. II. Lewis, Sirs. A. O. S. Hawcs,
Mrs. F. SI. Hatch, Sirs. SI, SI. Estee,
Mrs. J. O. Carter and Sirs. W W. Hall.
OF A IEPEI) 111!
Washington. Starch 2fi The Secre
tary of tho Treasury has sent to tho
Seunto A repot t of n commission uf
medical off leers of the .Marine Hoap.
tal Service, appointed to Investigate
tho origin nnd prevalence of lepro.-y
In tho United States, tllstiibuted b.
States as follow h Alabama 1. Cnllfur
nia 21. Florida 21, Georgia . Illinois
5, Iowa 1. Louisiana 153, Maryland 1,
MnsRschusotts 2, Minnesota 20, Missis
slppi 5. SIIshoiiiI S, Montana 1, Nova
da 1. Now Ymk 7, North Dakota 10,
Oinxcn 1, Pennsylvania 1, South Da
kota 1, Texas 3, Wisconsin 3.
The commission recommends the cs
t.'tbllshment of n retient for lepers, nnd
0 .pRkbcs tho opinion that It should
be In the arid Southwest or In a simi
tar region farther north, or on nn 1st
nun in the Gulf of Mexico or on the
Pai I He. Tim commission expresses tho
opinion that tho fl nines given do iiot
rcptcM'nt tho total number of leper
In tho c-ounlry, because thoy say that
the loathsome character of tho dlseasi
n uses persons affected to conceal It
as long ail possible. They also express
the opinion that it Is not infrequently
Mtttrnctei! by Inhabiting houses whom
leperB havo been located.
Sun Francisco, SIuicli .Captain
I mi'lnaj rt tin. lin mali I ,. Aitatvnll.,
i,iiiKh ,, ,, fiB(.Vt.iet crop pi ngs of
n1 Mnuil ,.,, ln no hnt c., rc)orUM,
Iiy captnlu John tie t, reaves of Hon j
tulu In 1859, uud'for which (lovcrnmeut
vessels and private expeditions liavi
evvr since been searching.
Stormy weather anil the fact that he
was In ehargo of a mall boat carrying
passengers pi evented Captain lawless
rrom mom thoroughly Investigating
his discovery. He has reported tho
matter to tho hydrogrnphlc authority
nnd will subsequently do a little in
vestigating on his own nccount.
Tho first report of tho Island's exist
ence wns mntlo in 1839.
Captain John du Greaves, who la
still living In Honolulu, sailed from
Honolulu lii that year as mate of tho
schooner General Wolford. Lola Mon
tez, the famous aetiess, was aboard,
and the schooner was bound for Cull to
with the Intention Incidentally of ex
ploring for guano Islands.
SUNDAY CIVIL BILL.
Washington, March 28 The bimlry
lilvll sprvlc-o .lniiiimilntlnn bill, tha
:'!! being S12,H;3.il2 less than the
tegular and supplemental estimates
and (12.379.312 less than tho appropri
ations fur tho current fiscal year.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Sugar Raw, strong. Fair rcflnlnct,
.1 l-2e; centrifugal, W test. 3 5 8c; mj
lasses sugur, 2 7-8e; refined strooa;
No. 13, 3.85c, No. U, 3.85c.
Read "Wants" on page 6.
II. W. Foster, Jeweler, 'lSS Hole! St.
Japan has declared quarantine
Tho Manoa Dairy has a Jersey bull
for sale. Foo ad. In New Today.
A modem house on Llllha street is
to let. Kent icasonable. See under
New Today on rage 8,
Gomes & SIcTlghc, tho liquor deal
crs, deliver orders to any part of tho
city free. Tel. Slain 110.
Kastmnn pocket folding kodaks all
sizes, for sale at Honolulu Photo Sup
ply Co, at 20 per cent below regular
Dourbon Whiskey, 0 years old, $3. GO;
Claret, 00 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 73
cents a gallon at Hoffschlaegcr. Oo.'s,
Senator I. II. Kablllna has sued out
n writ of error to tho Supremo Court,
for tho purpose of voiding tho decree
In divorce rendered against him by
The icecptlon which was to have
been given ut the Catholic Mission to
morrow night lias been postponed until
some night next week.
The steamer Walaleale sails for Ha
namitutu and Ahuklnl ut I o'clock this
afternoon. Tho James Stakce gets
nwny at the same time.
Some well furnished housekeeping
rooms for parties without children nr
offered for rent In good locality. See
To Let column under New Today tin
In tho Police Court this forenoon,
Georgo Kaeo was fined $100 nnd costs
on tho chargo of adultery with Mrs.
II. J. Slossmnn nnd Mrs. Slossman wnt
fined S30 nnd costs.
Ilrothcr Stephen will be ordained J
priest at 7 o'clock tomorrow morning
by the Illshop of l'auonolls. The new
ly ordained priest will celebrate hlj
first mass Sunday at 10:30 n. in.
Ah Chung wns fined $3 and costs In
thn 1'olkc Court this forenoon on tho
charge of selling fish at a place other
than tho Flslnnarket, the regularly
appointed place for tho satu of such
Tho Arlon Club which was organized
Inst tar. has been dissolved. This
wns decided on at n meeting held last
evening and u resolution to that effect
wus adopted. This resolution provides
that members In good standing shall
receive their fees back.
Among tho arrivals In thn Alameda
this morning wns C. W. Ashford, who
will undoubtedly tal.o a leading part
In tho present campaign on tho side
of tho Homo Rulers. There were
number of members of tho Homo Utile
party in eonfeieneo with Sir. Ashfoid
Free injhe States
Washington, Slarch 22. The "Secre
tary of the Treasury has replied to an
Inquiry from the Dan Is Sllnlster here
that In harmony 'with thodcclslons of
the United States Supremo Couit In the
Insular eases sugar shipped to this
country from St. Croix 'after tho ex;
change of ratifications of tho treaty ef
cession would he delivered free of duty
in tho absence of any provision In the
treaty to the contrary, until such time
as Congress shall sco fit to piovlde
Sugars Impoitetl fiom the Danish
West Indies pievlous to the exchange
of ratifications nnd remaining In bond
ed warehouse subsequent thereto,
would be (ititltln! to withdrawal free
of duty. In 180i the sugnr Imported
from St. Croix Into . I'nltcd States
amounted to $533,718. About 10.000
ncres In that Island ure usually pluntcj
In cane sugnr.
In tliejtoat Race
Putney, Kngland, Slnrch 22. Tho
Cnmhrldgo University crew fulfill :d
tho expectations of tho nrooliets to.
tiny nnd won tho fifty-ninth boat race
with Oxford University ns they liked
Thn time wnB 19 mlnutCH 9 seconds.
At 1111 tlmo throughout the race did OX'
ford In thn slightest degieo flatter tho
hopes of the supporters of tho tittle
blue. Any possible chance the Oxi
nlnns might havo nad was shattered
by Ihiv lesult of the toss giving th
light IiIiich (Cumblldge) nil thn advan
tagn of station. Immense crowds, ,'
usual, turned nut to vlow the content.
ami tne weatner, though showers, was
not so Inclement as It had been mwi
of the previous Jilis.
OUTLOOK F0R SUGAR
London, Starch 21 Lord Onslow.
I'ndcr Seci clary of tho Colonial Office,
speaking at Iltth today, said ho be
lloved the Hiigar bounties had been
killed forever, and, although It might
bo necessary to give assistance to the
West Indian colonies until tho con
vention cumo Into operation, the out
look for tho sugar trado was so much
clearer that capital could not be In
vested with security nnd stability In
tho. business of cane growing In the
Chicago, Slarch 21. Kid Carter of
HronMjn knocked out Joo Choynskl In
tho first round of a six round content
tonight ut thn America Club. It was
either man's battlo up to tho final blow
Slunlln. Mnicli 21. The outbreak of
cholera hero does not erento alarm
No white peisons have been stricken
with the disease. According to tho
ropiirlH of tho medical autliurltU a
made up to noon today, there linvo
been all lnhl twenty sU uses and
twenty-nun deaths KxpmU have guiio
to Investigate, five eases ut Mululos,
just north of Manila, ami two eases nt
Aparrl, In Northern Luzon.
WED BEATS dlKI
A MAN'S DOUBLE DECKER
HAS A "LANAI" EXTEN
SION SOLE - SELLS FOR
V12 ARH IT'S
McINERNY SHOE STORE
The sale of Beats for the engagement,
of tho Kllcford Company which will
be tho attraction at the Orpheum to
morrow night Indicates tint the fash
ion and culture of this city will greet
tho famous organization here. It re
quires, considerable faith In the draw
ing powers of nn organization to tra
vel 2700 miles to make a Hand of sK
weeks. Nevertheless .Manager IIllc-
ford "feels assured of crowded houses
as In every city of the States he has
traveled In this season, standing room
has been at a premium, and the press
nnd public alike aie nrofme In their
IZr' m ' '. "ir", ..L.
pralso of tho company and plays.
...:, ...1,, ui Vi.....i.mu. int.- ,..iviuiu
Company returned to S.in Jose jestcr-
day nnd opened its season of eight
nights with the ptesentatlon of "A
Sinn of Mystery." and as usual with
these excellent players the house wan
full and a success scored. "A Slan of
Slystcry" Is a most entertaining piece.
It is n line plctuie of human nature. It
appeals to the heart, to human sym
pathy, and Its scenes are strongly
drawn and the manner In which It Is
produced by the Kllcford pompany
leaves nothing to bo dcslted. The
company is the strongest, mdst versa
tile and most popular tcpertolro com
pany that has ever visited San Jose.
All Its members are adapted to their
respective lines, and as a consequence
n performance Is given which cannot
iju uxiviii-11 iiy nine ot many or 111c com-
pan.es which play at much higher
Opening play "A Slan of Slystcry
Prices 23, 30 and 73 cents. Scats now
AMERICAN SHIP IN DISTRESS.
Auckland. N. 7.., Slarch 28-Tho
American three-masted ship Ilemy
Failing, Captain Wiline tnmninndlncr.
which tailed from Newcastle. X. S. W
tui the 13th Inst, hound to San Fran.
Cisco, has put Into this port In dis
tiess. The vessel Is leaking.
I P w 1
A valuable silk umbiplla has been
lost. Reward If leturned to Sirs. Hay
selden at Hawaiian Hotel See ad In
AUen ElevWc "Belt'
all the kuratlve proper
ties of the espenslve belts now sold by
doctors and urujx '.. It sives a very
strong current of electricity and is eally
regulated. Bound to surerseJe othjrs. Can
be had from the unJerslgned only; noi
acents; no discount. Circular free. Address,
D.cree Electric Co , 206 Post St., San
FrauKco. Sent free to Hawaii for 55.00
A pincecs Just discovered of
preserving the pure Juice of
tho grupn without fermenta
tion, making n delightful and
healthful beverage. Guaran
teed tu he absolutely pure and
to contain no chemicals. Un
equaled ns a drink for aid;
and for abstainers; also pos
sesses the tamo qualities for
For sale In quart bottles at
COe tho bottle. Wholesnly
prices on application.
GROCERY STORE, j
FORT 8TUEUT, above Bcretunla
Sole Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands,
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our lato scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are tho only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and ingredients to extract, fill
and PPlr 8M "owns and PorceU n
crowns undectecable from natural eeth
Be13 'I ,1""":
0UT TI!E LEA3T PA,N- A" work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, am
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us to do exactly as we advertise. Wt
. , ,, ,',,,.. w'h.,
X t .. .- . mm py.
Set Teeth Sfl.00
Gold CrovvnH 65.00
Gold Pllllncjs $1.00
Bllver IMIlinfVrt OOc
Our name alono will be a guarsnU
that your work will be of the best.
rJW YOfk Deiltal ParlOfS,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a, m. to C p. n.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 :u.
816 Fort Street,
Victor Safo & Lock Co.
Ideal Heady Mixed
Improved Stono Filters.
And tho Steel Aermotor.
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up.
The best collection In the city and much,
lower than imuul prices tor
ONE WEEK ONLY.
Commencing: Mon, 17th
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WE8TERN ASSURANCE CO, ( T
Offices Stanaenwald Bids, M
chant Street. Tel. Main 363.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu. April 4, 1932
Capital ifc riii 'a(V1
PalJip jjV DU .
name or STOCK
C. Urcvtr A: Compinr. .
NS S.cMDO Co,l-l
LB, Ktrr Co., LM .
E Piintitfon Co .....
f ,000,000 ao. .
f $0,000' loo .
HiwilUn Agrlcultor ilCo:
Hwilln Com flt 5 to,
HtwilUn SugtrCo ...
Honomu Sugar Co ..
HonokiaStifir Co ...
Kahuku 1'lanut ton Co
KlhH Plant Co ,LU, .
K1iahulu Sur Co
Koloa Surar Co . ...
0bu Surar Co, ..
Ono tne a Sugar Co ....
Ookala Surar Plan. Co
OlaaSu Co., Ltd., at)
OUaSuCo LM rJupf
Paiuhau Su rUn. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill.
Pi la llama Ion Co .
I'pfkfrt Si cr Co ...
Plonm Mill Co
Plonm Mill Co Awf
Walalua Agri Co
WalmfA Mill Co
t ,00,000 JO
I yx,ooo' too
' .tM,000' 100
O0 OOO' IOO
llit ,.. C... .1. --
tntrr-UlirtJ bttimN Col
luwH. n Lltrlc Co .
Hon Wyli T & L C
MutUJl T,trhon Co
Oitiu hUL Ci
Ptofl let t H I z Co
flrtt National Ranfc ..
Ilrtt A S Dana 81 T Co.
Hawaiian Cov s rcr nt
Han Marll Transit
I wa IMantat n a pr c, nt
uanu KRLLn frrc
Oahtj Plantation ope
Olaa Plantation 6 f,
Walalua Attlctil. 6 ,. c
I'KESIDCNT l!BNN AT Y. M. C. A.
"C'levelaiurs 2100 mcmbtrs, why they
believe lu the Y. SI. C. A." This Is th
subject of what promises to be an ex
ceeding!) Interesting talk by S. P.
Fenn. Esq , president of ono of the
most wideawake association In the
I nlted States, at the Y. SI. C. A. Sun
day SIlss Edith L. Rogers will ba
the soloist. Association members
should turn out In large numbers to
hear President Fenn at the regular 4
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQC
Orders for tho purchase or sale crl
Blocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated A...,
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangsn-
wald Bldg. Postoffice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.