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KVUNIKO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T.. THURSDAY, APRIL- 17, 1902
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This Is the cheapest advertising
ver offered the people of Honolulu.
PIANO taught In six months; new
quick method, satisfaction gunrnn
tcod; J5 month, special attention
to adults. Music, llullctln oulcc
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENT. XL AGENCY Night
-watchmen furnished for buildings,
business property and residences.
Office and ltesldence. Schoot St.;
P. O. Box 284. Tel Wlnto 3C91.
NOTICE TO GUILDERS The Union
Kipross Co. tnu WHITE aAND TOR
WANTED R) two gentlemen luard
and residence In piivnto family,
wkerii tin I o nie no ihlldren Ad j
dress A H, bo 70. 212211
WANTED A second hand pool table,
tcqulte of Bulletin office 2113-lw
WANTED Information of Isaac L. 0.
Snger, dead or alive, as I hivo now 3
of special Importance and to his ad
vantage. Answer without fall. For
positive proof of death will pay re
wurd. Copt. Bert A Stout, CIJ Kear
ney St.. room 8. San Francisco, Cat
WANT your whiskers amputated? do
to Jen's. Ho shave for 13c, 3 whlto
barbers. 13 King St 2011 tf
10 COTTAGES on Vlnovnrd St nr.
Nununtl, six rooms eiuh. patent W.
C. Apply Joaqulm Sllvn, Klnnu St.
npp. queen's Hospital 2120 tf
TO LET Large furnished loom with
use or kitchen Other rooms. Fort
St. House, cor. Fort mid Vlm-jard.
FOR RENT Second stoiv of lnlcki
building on Ilerot.inln street, nct
to Progress Block; Id looms with
washbasins In each, ronnected with
smer, and wiled lor eleclrle lights;
sultablo Tor lodgings, at $75 per
month on two )iais" lease. Also
one store in sumo building with
bssement, at $75 per month Ad
rtrofcs Frank Husiace, CM Beretnnla
ht. 2120 tl
TO LET Booms Xos. II and 12, Mc
lutjro Building nt present occupied
by VIckerj's Art i:klblt Apply to
K. T. Bishop at C Brewer & Co "s
TO LET House on Young Street nt
present occupied by W Needbam,
Kfq., near McCull) Tract Has llueo
sleeping rooms, bath, hot and cold
Vater Apply K V Bishop, ot C i
Brewer & Co. 2117tf
TO LET Houso now occupied by L.
Schweitzer Esq , eor. Alapal and
Quarry Sts ; 9 rooms, stable tind
carrlngo houso; possession Mnv 1;
ret $30; water free Apply Mrs
Smith. Honolulu Hotel 2115 2w ,
FOR RENT Largo front room for
gentleman or couple Accommoda
tions for light housekeeping If re
quired 1481 Nuunuu Ave. Just
nbovo Vlnovaril 211i;tf.
TO LET Bcsldence of J. Cas3ldy,,
Wulklkl; furnished; good bathing
Appiy Watcrlioiisc A. Podmore Beth
el and King Sts. 2105 tf
TO LET Furnished rooms nt Mrs.
McConnol's. Onrden lane. 2035 tf
TO LET New houso on Beretnnla
and Artesian Sts , dining nnd two
bedrooms, kitchen and bath. Apply
1130 Fort St. 2101 lw
KELLETT t ROBINSON Attorneys
at Law; Room 11 Magoon bldg ; i
Phono -Main 153
F. M. BROOKS--attorney; rooms 9 10,
Sprcckela bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
sumanu St ; Tel. :81 Main.
J, M. DAVIDSON Attorney at-Law, i
109 Kaahumanu St. '
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorney at
law Kaahumanu bt.
E. J. WALKER Coffco Broker; room
4. Spree' els bldg.
C A COWAN 1180 Union St., opp.
Pacific Club, sundries, etc.
McOONALDA LANG8TON Contract
on "H RulHors 11oK Union Rt
CORNS romoved without pain by I).
M. Thomson export Chiropodist, of
ficcH nt 11 Garden lano. 2110 lm
Ads. will be Inserted I'KUU.
WANTED A tiurio girl lo take enro
ot 3 months old bnbv Apply 1231
Matlock Aveiuic 12s tf
WANTED Small boy to learn tiade
Oeo. HnffniT, Masonic lVmple, Alt
kea St. 2113-lvv
IO LET Very desirable furnished
loom, private fnmll lit C.57 Hero
tanla St, three doors nt0e Power
House 2119 lw
i TO LET Mosquito proof rooms, en
sulto or sluglc telephone, etc
Hcrctanla Ave cor Koeaumoku.
TO LET Cottages off School St., nr
Nuuanu. $15 and $10. P. K. It
Strauch, 32 Campbell block, 31
Tort St 2108-nn
TO LET Modern houio on l.lllha St.;
outluiuso nnd stable far two horse?,
lent ehenp Appl W II rain,
TrnmwnvH offlte 2113 tf
FOR RENT rurnlshed housekeeping
rooms, $13 nnd $.". no children; al
so cottage, $J3, best location and
all conneiti'il with sewer. Knqutic
r n King. Cottage Clroo. 2113 tf
TO LET Five room cottago off Wnl
klkl road between Hopkins and
IllBhop switch Immedlato posses
sion. Apply Hawn Tramways of
fice, I'unihou 2001 tf
ro LCT New I j furnished rooms, sin
gle or en suite, first class table.
board, hot and cold water, electric I
lights, etc. 1270 Beretnnla St.
10 LET Boomy bath tub, with either
hot or cold water anu all modern
improvements, 'an at ancni uar
lor Shop. 2019 tf
$15 Neat cottago, B rooms nnd bath;
off I.lllhn, near School St. Apply
F. J. Bussell, Magoon Bldg. 9s tf
TO LET Furnished room nt 141 Ber
ctnnta St near Fort, tnblo board If
FOR SALE 30 acres of valuable prop
erty at Pearl City. Improvements,
3 good houses, rlco mill, nrtesuu
well. Bearing fiuit treis. 5 ncreHi
stMnMe for gardening Balance un '
der eultlvnllou In ilio For partltu i
tarn nipl to J Armstrong, IN ml
FOR SALE A light load cart and
hniness, cheap. B II, this office j
A GRAND OPPORTUNITY A small
cash payment and only $15 per
month will get J on a nlie house nnd
lot on Kunawal roul nr Llllha St.
Few lots left. Inqulio soon P. V.
It Strain h. 32 Campbell blk.,310 Tort
FOR SALE Eggs from puro bled
black Mlnorcas, Norlhup strains, $.1
per setting. Jeffs. 43 King St.
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress It. M. Duncan, nt Bulletin of
fleo 1911 If
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort St.;
nowly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonablo. 1930 tf
STEHLING bhvilo No UclJ taken
fiom Magoou Bldg Api 1J Itewnid
lm leturu I' 1 Hussell Mngoou bid
LOST Don't lose juur hall foi Its a
good thing to have Try Paiheio's
Dandiuff Killer, It saves the hnlr
At I'lilon Barber Shop
LOST A plain Cold Willi h, between
Punchbowl and Kaahumiiiii Sts lie
ward If it turned to Bulletin otllce.
LOoT A gold uilT button with K. of
P emblem on front mid Initial S. A
T) W on back. Itenaul foi return
to Bulletin Olll e 2110 lw
LOST A mjIiI stlil.plii in Hhnpc of
fox head Itiunid If I etui ned lo
Bulb tin office 2110 tf
LOST I.in thousands of dollars
through nigloctlng to have stock
hiifllclf ntly Insmed Honolulu In
vestment Co. represent lour of tho
strongest flic Insurance companies.
THl KASH CO., LTD. Two stores
tl Vi Hotel St. and cor Fort & Hotel.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
Finn carriages, wagons, harness
and whips; Berctanln near Fort St.
CONVEYANCING Charges loason
able Room 10 Mclntyro Block.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELKS BUILDING, CHi Miller Street
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor Ber
etnnla and Miller, hours 9 to I.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS Dentist,
1154 Alakca St , oltlco hours, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist. Fort nnd Hotel
Ss fliiR ndmlnlstered for oxtrnctlng
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
elpctrlcnl enelneer: nflleo, 1313 Wil
der Ave., Tel. 3441 Bluo. Room I,
MADAME M. LAMBERT, tlio stylish
Kremh Dressmaker from Paris, ha3
lomovod her dressmaking p.irloia
h m tlio corner of Vineyard and
IiiLchbuvvl streets to tlio Boston
building, room 300, where sho will
lit pleased to seo her patrons and
their friends. 21131m
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping, room 2. a. .10 bldg.
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY
Ilelbel St.. onn. Wavcrlcy blk.: Tel.
(!21 llluc; pkgs. called for and del'd.
POLYNESIA ENCAM"MENT NO. 1,
I. O. O. F. meets first and third Trl
day of each month Excelsior Hall.
DAMIEN cdUNCIL, NO. 63 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
and fourth Wednesday In tlio month.
GOEAS Bcrctanla near Emma
Tel. 2312 Blue.
8. J. SALTER Successor to Salter &
Walty; 712 Fort St., Orphcum bile;
Tel. G81 Blue.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Fort St., near Kttuul Groceries,
Fruits and Tobaccos.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFO. HARNESS CO Comer Fort
nnd King Sts.; Tel. Main 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St., opp. Club Stables; P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 11S2 Union
' opposite Pacific Club. Newly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot and cold watc:
first c.ass tablo board. Mrs. liana,
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 530 Fort St.; Love
bldg.; latest In novelties.
UNION HOUSE Mrs. Wheeler, pro
prietor; furnished nnd unfurnish
ed rooms; also rooms for light
housekeeping. Union St., nbovo Ho
tc 1 St.
nt tho PANTHEON SALOON.
TERRITORIAL MES8ENGER 8ER
VICE Union SL
nr Hotel.; Tel.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
Tho latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.; Tel 2R4 Main.
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for
nil occasions. Lonvo orders Berg
strom Miixlc Co.; J. S Hills, Mgr.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon,' 1024 Beretn
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio. Lovo bldg.. Fort St
BYRNE . LIVINGSTONE Bop. Ame
rlcan Manf s. Boom S Progress 'ilk.;
Tel Malu 131.
DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear. Noso and
Tli oat; office at Eye, and Ear Infirm
(try, Aiakva St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. in.
DR. TRCD. W. HODGINS Eye. Ear.
Noso and Throat only; office Alakca
St.. lately occupied by Dr. Murray,
ofilco hours 9 n. m to 4 p m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAY, M.D., CM.
-520 Beretnnla Ave.; Tel. Blue 3551.
DR. WM. G. ROGERS E)0 Ear Nose
aud Throat. fUC Alsiken St
ANTONE PILARES &. CO. Plumbers
and Tinsmiths. All klrds ot sani
tary work. Sower connections n
specialty. Charges to suit tho
times. Corner Vineyard and Emma.
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POULSEN minting and paper
hanging; Toirltnry Stnbles. King St.
P. E. R. STRAUCH- Real Estat"
handled to best advantage, house-,
rented' loans negotiated, money In
vested on best secuiltles, 32 Camp
bell Block, filC fort street
JUDD & CO., LTD. Building lots and
residences for salo; 307 Stangcn
wald bldg.; Tel. 223 Main.
M. G. SILVA Agent for real estate
also to grant marriage licenses;
58 Merchant St.; Tel. Main 115.
ROOM AND BOARD.
HONOLULU HOTEL Furnished
Rooms, light and nlrv , $1 50 to $2.50
per week, hot nnd cold baths best
I boa id In. the city
PRIMO BEER is good If It Is kept
right Try It. nt tno PANTHEc.
STENOGRAPHY nnd tjpewrltlngne.it
ly and uccuintcly dnno at Hawaiian
Hotel hy Miss Noblo.
E. MORIKUCHI .4 Hotel St.. nr. Nil '
uanu Felt, straw pnnnma hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re
pairing: Elks bldg, C1C Miller St.
G. DIETZ Watchmaker and Jovvelcr,
loco Hotel St
J. W. A. REDHOU8E Watch and
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant St
A WEAK KACK
Some people suffer from this ailment
neailv all their lives. They nro ner
vous and despondent through loss ofJ
sleep. Tho fact Is tlieir khiuc) a arc
weak and aro unable to penorm uictr
proper functions The best medicine
to stiengthen tno kidneys, stlmulnto
tlio liver and cure Indigestion, dyspep
sia, sleeplessness or malaria, fever
and ague, is
WILCOX IllhlKS IT IS
Jones Says He Iks $3,000,000 to
Invest in Railways in ihwdiian
Islands Rights Not
Washington, April 3. (Special).
At the Instnnce of Charles tl. Jones ot
Oklahoma City, Okl.ihoma, Delegate
Wilcox has Introduced a very Import
ant bill to grant right of wny through
the Hawaiian Islands for the pmpodc
of the construction of rallwa), tele
graph and telephone lines. It Is st ited
that Mr Jones Is a capitalist of con
siderable resources and stands ic.icly If
the rights asked for aie granted lo
Immediately begin the coiitnntloii of
a comprehensive njstem of rallw.i)
telephone and telegraph Hues through
out the Islands
Mr. Wilcox states that he believes
this to be a legitimate buslnciss eutei
prlse on the part of Mr. Join s w ho has
successfully promoted r.illro.uls In tho
rinltor) of Oklahoma. It Is also stat-
d that Mr. Jones bns $3,000,000 which
ue nui iiivtm in iiiehc projects in me
event of tho granting of the rights ot
wnj nsked for. If the right of w.i U
gianted Mr. Jones will Immediately
send lepreseutntlvts to the Islands to
look over the ground with a view to
beginning i ountructlon.
'I lip List seitlon of the bill proililru
that the light of wnv If gianted eh.ill
not be assigned or transfeired In nny
foi in whatever prior to the lotibtrueflon
and completion of the road
J. A BltECKONS
1 ho Pope's Income Is C 20 000 nne
heventh of which Is guaranteed by the
Emperor of Austria; another sevinth
I comes fiom vested Interests nnd the
remnlnder Is derived ftom Pctei's
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA.
SUGAR ESTATES, MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER ilg from Pioneer Stables Ele
gant turnouts; Telepbouo No. 12G.
LAHAINA STORE Lumber. Whole
sale Liquors, Merchandlbc. C. B.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Phvslclan
nutl suigeon, I-ihalnn, Maul
G. H. DUNN Hxpiess nnd clrnjngo:
Agt Wilder nnd Inter Island TI 113
rZZ 7i . . i"T 7, I
STOP nt Pioneer Hotel Excellent nc -
commodatlons. CI. Fiecland, Mgr.
G. H. DUNN Notary Public. Convej-
nnces Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents Office Gov eminent bldg
Is a very easy and simple mat
tor when tho customer has
stock like ours to chooto from,
but It Is to bo remembered that
our storo U tho only ono that
tins the stock Come, and ico
Prices nro tho lowest
LEWERS & COOKE,
Sugar Trust Is Scored
Over Cuban Reciprocity
(From Wednesday's Flist Kdltion )
Washington, April 9 Before the that jou would een agitate a change
iluu.uc on the Cuban reciprocity bill
w.ih resumed lit the Houso some icjii
line business wits transacted Olm
tviad ot Pennsylvania presented the
repori on the contcsttd electlou case
oi i owlor vs. Thomas, fiom the Thltd
.lorili Carolina dlstilrt.
Henry ot Connecticut asked unani
mous consent to dlsngice to the Sen
ate amendments to the oleomaigarlno
bill, but nichardson of Tennesseo ob ,
Jecteil, am" tno bill went to the Com- asked Undeiwood If his (tho Benin
mltteo on Agrlcultuic no Houso cratle) side wouli" vote to overiulo tho
then went Into committee of tho chair nnd Join In voting to tako the
whole and the Cuban recipioclty hill elHTeicntlnl oft the sugai of the world
was taken up.
William Alden Smith ol Mlchlnn
wuh the first speaker. He spoke
against the bill. He piciented tho
mw.uilnn from ibo view liolnt of thollilm. he finally ventured tho prediction
Republicans who have oppoeil Cuban
reolprocltj on account ot the beet su
gnr Interests, and said In put:
"I would not for auythlng have jou
believe that wo who for two months
hnvo b?en battling foi wnit we be
llevo to be light were animated by any
hostility or unfilendllness towaid tho
Island of Cuba Such Is fni tiom the
truth We havo alwavs aided and
sustained her lu her struggle Tor hide
pi'iidcnre We glory In bei npptoaeh
Ing sovereignty. But we must not
forget that vvhllu we may s)mpathl7c
with Culn our first duty is towaid our
own people, and everything that tends
to strengthen nnd develop oui multl
oiled resources at home and add to
the measuie of our natural sttength
and Independence should be the oh
Ji ct of oui profoundest solicitude
"I am opposed to this measure be
cause I believe It Is calculated to
breed xtilfe nnd dissatisfaction with
thu othei sugar countries of the world
which are thus discriminated ngnlust.
I believe It will have a tendency to
piovoke commeiclnl hostility among
tho othe: Wert Indian Islands and our
neighbors In South Ameilci.
Su-jir Trust Beneficiary.
"I am apposed to this measuie be
cause lu unlet to give It effect It ho
mines iicesar) to vlohte a solemn
pronilh- of the Republican paity de
liberate!, made In solemn convention
to the- A.iieiicau people: becnuse 1
believe it will be harmful to the ngtl
cultural and Industrial claim of the
United States, whose greit Inteiests
confided to oui cue, he-
ciiuso I believe It will be haimful In
tho extreme to the Island of Cuba be
cause I believe that the principal ben
ctlilnrj will be tho Ameilcau Sugar
IU lining Compnnv. which does not
need our sjmpathy, because I believe
that the people ol t ubi will leielvo
no benefit therefrom "
Smith then entered upon a iIUcus
slon of t'i- polic) of piotectlon, which
had rcsulN d In the upbuilding of Amor
lean IndiKtiy with especial leleience
to the t.'abllshnient ot the beet sugar
Industry a a rival ol the sugar Host,
which ho -ald lefineil and (out rolled
9.' per vnt of the enne nigir He pre
dicted that the snuggle for supremacy
will be- i ug nnd lelcntlesa nnd costly
Tne uimcis of the countty." he
went on have been ciuoiiiageu by tho
Republie-vn pail.v lu the ambition to
piuduce th. sugai ol the rountry It
wns a distinct piomlse to the fnrmei
Ihnt he need not feai tint the Hepubll
can par'y would penult the cheap la
bur nnd i heap sugni ol an) tioplcal
territory to be brought in In a mannei
which wuild destio.v the Inrnnt Indus
ti of tlw beet sugii proi'mtlnn which
the rami' is of tho Fnlted States 1 ave,
under til oteilng caie of the Repub
He an pait) been building up timing
the last fw jeais
limimtcd Mi Dlnglej said
uiiTiIng wlhdum In tho ills
iib'lnu the tariff act which be.us
his name Nothing can be done to in
Miecossi'iilly clip the wings of the
hiigar titi-it as to develop oui beet su
gni Inel istry and nt the tame lime
confer immense hem fit on our lit i m
els nnd all out people. "
Protection for Beet Sugar.
i "'' n'bo nuoted I'ajne Gtosvenoi' of
1,.,,, . ,,' . , . ., ,, .,
"M" nni1 bU'l'lur ItuUana pulletlng
n gnnt iiittuc leu the- beet sugni In
I llllht I
If the tnilff was not disunited.
milled "Thu gieat States of
Mlihlgan California New Yoik, Colo
indn, Utah. Oregon and Montana look
thise distinguished statesmen at tluli
woul, had faith In tm piomlse of om
iliaity itecTatation; abanloned the cut
tivutlon of wheat nnd coin, developing
, a new ludiiatr) thus eucoiiiaged
"I know It is claimed that this cut of
i.'O pei cent will do oiii piesent fuctoi-
lc s no lint 111. but when the Dlnglej law
I was passed and ion Invited us to en
g'i(,e lu this bin.ii v oil did not snv
to nossf ss
- M.Iimi Flwl-ir ''Hi-ll'
'- pensnrv 's guiranteeJ
ill inc curative proper
ties of the expensive belts now sold bv
do tors and dniKR . It Rives a very
fctronR current of elfdrldtv indlsenllv
regulated Hund to supercede others. Can
be hid from the undersigned nnlv; no
aeents; no discount. Ircuhrfrfe. Address
"lrrce Hlrctrlc C 2ort Pnd St.. S.n
rrrK.uo, Sent fw tn HiwhII for 5 on
In the tnillT, much less reduco It by 20
Smith maintained that tho sugar
trust would bo the bencflclsfry of the
I eduction, nnd not tho Cuban planters
In the course ot Smith's speech Vn
derwood or Alabama asked Smith l(
le would vote to take the differential
oft leflned siigai coming from Cuba
Smith it-piled that no refined sugar
came fiom Cuba, and In his turn hu
After sonio span lug. during which
Underwood showed a disposition to
evade tho question, In responso to tho
promptings of tho Democrats around
that there would be an opportunity to
vote upon the pioposltlon to tako tho
differential off the sugar of tho world
"if there Is," observed Smith, "I will
watch )our vote with gieat interest '
Ilepenteill) during tne delivery of
Smith's remarks his Republican sup
porteis on the llooi npplaudcd him A
number of Michigan beet sugar manii
fneturers In tho galleries Joined In tlio
ucmonstintlon of approval. When he
concluded with an eloquent peroration
In eulogy of the policy of protection
the whole Republican side burst Into
Spatkinan of Florida followed also
making un aigument ngalnst the .pas
sage of the bill.
Cuban Shylocks Scored.
Mouls, anothci ot the Republican
membeis opposed to tho bill and the
author of the rebate plan of relieving
Cuba, which was rejected by tho Re
publican caucus, made an exhaustive
argument ngalnst the measure Ho In
eisteel that If any persons would re
celvo benefit from the concession to
Cuba except tho sugar trust It would
bo the "Cuban Sh) locks," to whom tho
planteis had pledged theli ciops.
Moil-Is cited tho evidence of wit
iiesscs befoio the committee, whom ho
cIcBcilhod as "disinterested," to show
that tho cost of producing sugar lu Cu
ba had been exaggerated, that Instead
of being 2 cents per pound, It wns
1 I 2 cents, nnd t lint, theieforc, ut thu
picpont puce In Havana, 1 Sic. fob.,
tho Cubans would lecelvc- a profit oi
.31 cent per pound.
If moie aid for Cuba was necessary,
Mouls said, he was willing to go fur
thest mid relieve Cuba by the rebate
plan, which, he declaied, wns the only
method hy which tho relief would
icach those for whom It was Intended.
He lead the report of tho Wavs nnd
Means Committee' ngalnst tho propost
Hon foi fiee sugar from Poito Rlco.
whlth mid the sugar tiust would tc
celvo the entire benefit of the removal
of the duly. The leport had been pre
pared by (linsveuor, but all the Repub
llcau members of the committee had
mibscilhul to It If the statements
weie true then the) were true now
ns to Cuba.
Trust Alone Assisted.
He pioduccd figuies to show that
lelatlvelj the Poito Ilkau sugar grow
crs ice civ imI 3 cents per 100 pounds
less ftom the sugai tiust than the
trust paid foi Ceimau sugnis nnd
that the TTuwallan and Cuban planteis
mini In pinctlcullv the sime way
Fiom these figuies ho nigued that thu
tiust, being the sole purchaser, was
sine to leap the advantage ol any 10
dm Hon Hindu to Culm He asked wh
the sugar tm&t was advocating this
leduciloii If It did not expect to bo lien
elite d and In support oi the stutcnent
that the tins was alrer the icductlon
he quoted fiom n Icttei wiltteii by
l'sl'"ul ci Hcndcison to ono or his con
JHtltueuts, lu which tho Spenkci said
,l,IHt "'e tiust "was bete In the pcisonti
"I lis nblest managcis
'We me not heie ' said Mouls, "to
mnl.i Inws foi tho benefit of soldiers
"r leutuno who go to Uibn distend of
home, nnd of sue h buccaneers ns Mr
Hiiume.vei, the head of thu sugar
limt But, gentlemen he added
turning tu his Republican colleagues,
I ir jou aie detei mined to do this thing.
II von Insist upon giving tho sugar
tiust n piesent ol two and a half mil
Huns, let us give tho tugar tiust n doso
of its own Medicine. Let us foico tho
trust to diiiik of tho cup which It
toinnionds to otheis Let uq tnko tho
I illlTci cutlal off icfined sugar, under
Iwhlih the tiust has giowif stiong nnd
lie called on tho Dcmociats to stand
with the Republicans nnd hit tho sugar
tiust ami ''hit It haid" Tiiu Dcmo
ciats ciled nut that they would Join
with the Republicans and applauded
Mondell Favors It.
Moudell of Wyoming followed with
n set speech In fnvor ol tho bill Ho
Jigtied that conditions fuTubn made
It noctsfcaiy that tho relief contained
In this bill should be nantcd, If tho
new Cuban lopubllc was to bo liingu
'""-" """ "" ""llu '" o'le-'esi l ie-
Cuba to be siiccesslul, must bo pros
peious inuusimi ellBaster there
would menu chaos, chaos would mean
Intervention and Intervention would
mean nnnoxAtlou As a rrlend or tho
beet Biigni Industiy. who desired to
put off the day or annexation, ho said
jho soulu suppoit tho ponding bill.
I THE DEBT ON EARTH
It's made on purpoit to be the btit,
m Bottled t the Brewery.
FltEDMILUR BREWIMl CO .Mllwntee, Wl.
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
Ball of Texas opposed tho bill. Ha
contended that It would afford no re
Her to Cuba Tho bill was a Republi
can measure nnd being such ho wns
icady to atsumo the responsibility ol
taking his stand with tho Democrats
of Louisiana In opposition to It rather
than with the Republicans of PcnnBvl
vnnla In rnvor of It. Ho denied that
tho bill was In tone with Democratic
doctrine, becnuse It was admitted that
It would not result In reducing the
price of sugar to the American coiisu
mcr Its sole beneficiary, lie argued,
would be tho sugar trust
At 6 10 o'clock the House adjourned.
1 iY i IF THE
Washington, April 9 Minister Wit
Is very blue. Ho begnti to lose 1 eart
when the Senate commlttco reported
the Mltchell-Kuhn bill, and since, tho
House pissed tho bill Minister Wit
has been suffering from acute melan
cholia. A Minnesota man visited tho
Chinese Minister today to ask him
about a proposed visit to Minneapolis,
whoie Minister Wu has been Invited
Ol. I must know exactly what date
I am to go to Minneapolis," said Min
ister Wu, nccordlng to his visitor. "I
do not know whether I shall remain
much longer In this country."
This tends to confirm the report cur
rent some weeks ngo that Minister
Wu's official hi ad was likely to fall
thould the Mitchell Kalm bill become
"I would not object to re enaction of
th piescnt laws." Wu said. "The
tieaty sanctions exeliHon ot laborers
I My Government agiees to that much
I hut to make new and moie drastic laws
Is to antagonize but I wnl not speak.
And the Philippines my people have
been going there tor centuries. How
ran this country stop that without so
lions consequences' I greatly fear
Lie consequences of such legislation."
There Is no Family Medicine so fa
vorably known ns PAIN-KILLER. For
sixty years It has been used by Mis
sions! ics in all parts of the world, not
only to counteract the climatic In
fluences on their families, but for tho
euro of all diseases of the bowels, and
for wounds, burns, bruises, etc. Avoid
substitutes, there Is but ono Paln-Kill-er,
Perrj Davis'- Price 23c and 50c.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest una best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
"TWO WAYS OF LOOKING AT IT"
Twelve Inches Is the average dis
tance at which perfect e)c'3 seo best
Holding book or paper differently
means ove htrnln means nn eiror In
lenactlon oi dclectlvo miiBcles
means grave harm sooner or later.
"A glass In time saves" slightly
changed, but J on know tho Import, and
o)cs aio moie Impoitnnt than stitches.
A. N, SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort t?treeL
Over May & Co.
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Cal bni e me tout this cr fend me orJ ani I
will call on uu
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Union Street above Hotel.
Consultation at otfUe fret