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EVKNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. Tt. T.. miDAY. APRIL IS, 1902.
Situation nml Help Wnutctl
WANTED Ily cxpeilonood man o( 28 '
occupation ob bookkeeper, stoic j
cterk, night watchman, luun oi any!
other position: lomuneintloti $G0 up; '
"ue V , i i . r .. .'i'
uMMmo Island rofo.-onoes. Apply
t. O. box 28. 2121 tt
WANTED fly energetic young Amor-1
lean, clerical position of nny Und. ;
No rcasonatilo offer refitted. Ad- p
dress IJ. 9. B., this offloo. 21 17-lw I
WANTED Position ns Book koopT or ,
Clerk by young man. ago 27. C. D.
H.. this ofllco. 211C-1W
WANTED Ily a young lady, situation
an steuoRraplii r and typewriter, ref
erences. Address II., llullotln ofUco
Ads In this column will be inserted
Per line, one Insertion 15e
Por line, two Insertions. . ..25o
Per line, one week 300
Per line, two weeks 40c
Per line, one month 60c
This Is the cheapest advertising
ref offered the people of Honolulu.
BOWERS'MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENT. XL AGENCY Night
watchmen furnished fu buildings,
business property aiit! r slilcnoea.
Office nnd Reldon. Sc hool St.;
P. O. Box I'SI: Til. AMi.to JC!H.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS TbP Union
Express Co. has WHITE SAND FOR
WANT jour whiskers nmpntnted? do',
Ho shnvos for lie; 5 whlto
43 King St. , 2011-tf
1 o COTTAGES on Vlno)nrd St. nr.
Nuunnu; sl rooms each; patent W.
C. Apply Joaqulm Silvn, Klnnu St.
opp. Queen's Hospital. 2120 tf
TO LET Largo furnished room with
uso of kitchen. Other rooms. Fort
St. House, cor. I'ort and Vineyard.
FOR RENT Second story of brick
building on Ileretanla street, next
to I'ronrois Bloih; 15 rooms with
wash basins In each, connected with
kower. and wired for olotiie lights;
suitnble tor lodgings: nt J.o per
month, on two years' lease. Also
ono storo in same liullrtlug with
basement, nt $75 per month. Ad
dress Frank Hustnoe. i, Uorotnnin
TO LET Ilooins No. 11 mid 12, Mc-
Intyro nullding. nt present occupied
by Vlckerj's Art i:Ulblt. pp1y to
K V. Bishop, nt C. Brewer .1 Co.'s. i
TO LET House on Young Street nt
present occupied b V. N'eodhnm,
fl.ij., near McCully Tract. Has llireo
slc'iilng rooms, baih, hot nud cold
vJnter. Apply V.. F Bishop, nt C.
liji-wcr & Co. 2117-tf
FOR RENT i.nrgi front loom lor
gentleman or couple Accoinniodn
llo'iH lor lUht hoil.sel.eoplng If ro-
qullcil. 14S1 Nuiuiuii AVi-.. Just
abovo Vliiejnid. 2110-tf.
TO LET ltesidonce of J. Cntuldy,
Walklkl; furulshotl, good bathing.
Appiy WatorhoiiKc Ac 1'oilmore Beth
el nnd King Sts. 2105 if
TO LET Furnished roonu nt Mrs.
McConnel's. finrden lane. 2055-tf
TO LET Now house on Ileretanla
and Artc-blnn Sts., dining nnd two
bedrooms, kitchen and bath. Apply
1130 Fort St. 2101-lm
TO LET Flvo room cottago off Wal
klkl road between Hopkins nnd
nishop switch. Immediate posses
sion. Apply Hawn. Tramways of
flee, runiiliou. 20C4-tf
TO LET Furnished mom nt 141 Ber-c-taula
St. near I'oit; table lxiard It
KELLETT & ROBINSON Attollie; s
at-I.aw; Room 11 Magoou bldg .
Thono Main l'.J
F. M. BROOKS--.. itorney; rooms 9-10.
Spretkdls bldg., Tel. Main 341. I
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kna-1
buniKiiu St : Tel. :.S1 Main.
J. M. DAVIDSON Attorney-at-Law.
109 Kaahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER
t&w; Knahumnnu St.
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4, Spree) els hldg. I
C. A. COWAN 11 Rfi Union St., opp.
Pacific Club, sundries, etc.
MCDONALD & LANGSTON Contract
ors una "uiiitwrs iik Union St.
CORNS removed without pain by I)
M. Thomson, expert Chiropodist, of
fices nt 11 Onrdcn nno. 2110-lm
THU KASH CO., LTD. Two stores
it 2'i lintel St nnd cor. Fort Hotel.
PACIFIC VEHICLE A SUPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagnnB, harness
nnd whips; Berotanla near Fort St.
Ai)h. will he limcrteil I'Hlili.
WANTED mirie sir! to take care
of 3-mouths oM baby. Apply 1239
Matlock Uvi'iio. Us-tf.
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WANTED Small boy to learn Undo.
aoo Hnffll(,r jItlK01llc Toniple, Ala-
ken St. 2113-lW
HONOLULU HOTEL Furnished,
Rooms, light nml nlry; $1 M to $2.50 j
. per week; hot and cold baths; best
board In the city
iTO LET Nlc-i-ruly lurnlshed looms nt
I 1142 Adams lane, back of Elite Suit-
nblo for fumllles. 2144 Iw
TO LET MOHtplllO piOU. luu.u, eu
nulto or single; telephone, etc.
1 Ileretanla Ave. ror. Keeaumol.u.
TO LET Cottages olt School St.. nr.
1 Nuunnu, $15 nnd $10. P. E. II.
i Strnueh, 32 Campbell block, 31C
Fort St. 2l0S-im
TO LET Modern house on l.llllm St.;
outhous" and stable for two horsej;
rent cheap. Apply W. II. Pain.
Trnmwnvs office 2113-lf
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms; $1', and $25, no children; nl
so eotlngo, $25, bent location nnd
all connected with sewer. Enquire
!'. E. King, Cottago C.rove. 2t13tf
TO LET Nowlv furnished rooms, sin-1
gle or cu suite, first-class table
board, hot nnd cold water, electric i
lights, otc. 1270 noretnnln St.
-Neat cottneo. .1 rooms nnd bath
off l.lllha. near School St. Apply
F. J. Russell, Mngoon Illdg. 9stf
TO LET Roomy bath tub, with clthor
hot or cold water nnu nil modern
Improvements, 'all at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019-tf
FOR SALE A good Uabcock lubber
tired runabout, nearly now. (1. II.
McClolbn, 100 Stnngeuwnld llldg.
FOR SALE 30 ncrc-a of valuable prop
erty at Pearl City. Improvements,
3 good houses, rlco mill, nrtoslau
well. Bearing fruit trees. 5 acres
su.tnhlo for gardening, llulauco un
d"r cultivation In rice. For particu
lars upply to J. Armstrong, I'enrl
City. 2121-lm I
A GRAND OPPORTUNITY A small!
cash payment nnd only $15 per
montii will get you n ntco house nnd .
lot on Kunawnl road nr. Lillha St.DR. SLOGGETT Byo. Ear. Noso nnd
Few lot left. Inquiro soon. P. E.
R. Strauch, 3J Campbell biK31C Fort
FOR SALE Eggs from pnro biod
black Mlnorcas, North up stinlns, $3
per setting. Jeff's, 43 King St.
FOR SALE Coral rock Tor nillng. Ad
dress R. M Duncan, nt Bulletin of
ROOM AISO BOA.r-?0.
HELEN'S COURT Back of Elite;
midcr new ninnagciin nt; strictly
flrst-cUbs, light, nlry. mosquito proof
looms. Mis J. Duggnn.
THE LOS ANGELE8 1523 Fort St.;
nowlv furnished rooms, mosquito
proof- term rontonnhlo insn-tf
STERLING bicyclo. No,
from Mngoon Bldg. Apr. 12. Howard
ror return F. J. Hubsoll, Maguon bid.
LOST A gold stickpin. In shape of
roi head. Reward If returned to
llullotln office 2110-tf
FOUND Insurance against the break
ago of plato glass at The Honolulu
Investment Co. 2051-tf
CONVEYANCING Charges reason
able Room 10 Mclntyro Block.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELKS BUILDING, GIG Miller Street.
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.3. Cor. Ber
etania and Miller; hours 9 to 4.
OR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS Dentist,
1151 .tlnkcn St.; otllce, hours, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Bentist; Fort and Hotel I
Sts : (Jus administered Tor extracting I
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil nnd I
electncal engineer: nfllco, 1313 Wit-1
, dor Ave; Tel. 3411 Bluo. Room I,
MADAVE M. LAMBERT, the stylish
French BroRsiiuikor from Purls, has
removed hoi- drwrnaMng parlors
Ii un Hie coinor or Vineyard und
luiciiuo'vl Hreots to tho Boston
bulldlin, room .'WO. vvheio sho will
tic pleased lu wo hur pations und j
their friends. 2113-lm i
W. BEAKBANE Cnra engraving nnd
stamping: room 2. l .to bldg.
MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St.. opp. Wavorloy hlk.; Tel.
C21 Bluo; pkgs. cnllod for and dol'd.
POLYNESIA ENCAM"MENT NO. 1,
I. 0. O. F. moots first nml third Frl
ilny of ench month. Excelsior Hall.
OAMIEN COUNCIL, NO. 563 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
and fourth Wednesday In tho month.
J. E. GOEA8 Rcrctnnla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2.112 Illun.
S. J. 8 ALTER Successor to Salter &
Walty; 712 Fort St., Orphcum bill.;
Tel. 681 Blue.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Fort St., near KukuI Groceries,
Fruits and Tobaccos.
HARNt&S AND 5ADDLERY.
MANTO. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
and King Sts.i
Tel. Main 228. P. O
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
aim i nil. -- iiiiii'h. I' (). box 791
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St. opposlto Pacific Club. Nowly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot nnd cold water;
flrst-c.ass tabic, board. Mrs. liana,
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. jeweler and
wntchmnkcr; 630 Fori St.; Love
bldg.; latest In novelties.
UNION HOUSE Mrs. Wheeler, pro
prietor; furnished nnd unfurnish
ed rooms; nlso rooms for light
housekeeping, Union St., nbovo Ho
PR'MO BEFI .,,,
tho l-ANTIIHON SALOON.
SL nr Hotel.: Tel.
HAWLEY'8 MILLINERY PARLORS
The latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
lilde.: Tel. 2R4 Main.
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for
nil occasions. Leave orders Berg
strom Music Co.; J. 8. Kills. Mgr.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon, ' 1024 Bcrcta
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio, Lovo bldg.. Fort St.
BvRNEi LIVINGSTONE nop. Ame
rlrnn Mnnfs. Boom S Progress 'ilk.;
Tel. Main 131.
Thoat: otllce at Eye and Ear Infirm
ary. Atnken Ht Hours 9 a. ra. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRED. W. HOHOINS Eye. Ear.
Noso and Throat only; office Alakea
St- In t rly occupied by Br. Murray;
office hours 9 a, m. to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAV, M.D.. CM.
-520 Beretnnln jivo.: Tel. Blue 3551.
DH. WM. G. ROGERS Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat; 11 IC Alaken St.
ANTONE PILARES &. CO. Plumbers
and Tinsmiths All klrds of sanl-
tnry work. Sower connections a
specialty. Cnnrgos to suit the
times. Corner Vineyard and Emma.
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V, H. POULSEN minting and paper
hnnolnc- Terrltnrv Stables. King St,
P. E. R. STRAUCHllonl Estate
handled lo best advantage; houses
rented; loana negotiated; money In
vested on best securities. 32 Camp
bell Block, 31C Fort street.
Wnlll lllflcr Tnl 991 inln
M. G. CILVA Agent for real estate.
also to grant marriage, licenses:
CO vtorrlmnt ft Tel Main 115. I
PRIMO BEER Is good if It is kept
right Try It. nt mo PANTHKl
STENOGRAPHY nnd t pewrltlngne.it
Iv nnd ncctirn'olv done at Hawaiian
Hn'ol liv Miss Nnlile.
E. MoniKUCHI .4 Hotel St.. nr. Nu
unnu Felt smw pnnnmn hats
ALBERT BEPNDT Tailoring nnd re
nilrlng: Elks lildc.. lilfi Miller St.
G. DIETZ Watchmaker nml Jewelor,
lOrtfi Hotel St.
J. W. A. REDHOU8E Watch and
chronometer mnknr: 79 Merchant St
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAIM,
SUGAR E8TATE8, MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER rig fiom Plonoor Stalilea. Kle
ni unionin: Ti-lophono No. 12fi.
LAHAINA STORE Lumber, Whole
side Liquors, Moichandlsc. C. B.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
and Kiirircon; Lahnlnn, Maul.
G. H. DUNN Express and drnyago;
Agt Wilder and Intor-Islnnd.Tel. 113.
An Active Worker
WHO IS OFFERED
Presidency of Oahu College
The Ilcv. Wllll.im It. Sallmon, M A
who hns been oifered the presidency
of Oahu College. Honolulu, by the trus
tees, wns ouiy in Inst December In-
sinncd as pasior of the South Congrc-
mi.lonal cliiirch. Brldgrpoit. C'onnritl-I
i-iit. In leiortllig that event, tnu
llrldgeport IMIly Standard of Monday,
December 23, 1901, gnu- a biographical
sketch or the niinisicl.
Mr. Sallmon Is a Canadian by birth,
having been bom In the clt) of Lon-
don. Ontario. At tho close nf his bo- " "c ' ans exposition, iiciuiii.iiR
liood ilnvg he wait tbioiiBh tin- Coll", to Ynlp, ho spent n year In special
glate Institute in London, icc-ehlng a btttd), lectin lug, preaching nnd writing
coiuplelo preparation for entrance Into voluminously for many religious anil
the Uulvers.ty of Toronto. However, sfoulnr reilodloals. Uesldts this liter
Mr. Sallmon decided to take advantage ar' nctlvlly Mr. Sallmon Is author oi
oi . o...iuis opening nnd for several ""' tonovung IjooI.h: Studies In the
years was Identified with mercantile lte of Joins. Studies In the Parables
pursuits but nt the same time becom- "' Jmk. Studies In tho Miracles o,
Ing deeply Intonated in the Young Jesus. Studies In the Life of Paul. How
Men's Christian Association. Taking W- ""Ut Ul U" VMq Study Depart-
un nsso.latlon work he herame a rest-
iU fit of Neil vv burgh, N. Y., Inter remov
ing to Milwaukee. Wis., to prcpnro
himself nt Markham neadomy for Ynln
uulorslty. Auiong academic Iniiioia
there ho won tho gold medal for elo
cution. Mr. Sallmon entered Yale In
ISO') nnd at the 'iid of his ooutte In
1MH fn,..iio,i il.e .locrro of llaehclor
,r ah. n ii. .,..nl l,1o of his 1-l-i.M
mm .nllrire life It Ih mentioned tlitit
1 """ ""V"' J "",lVu" "'."'""
1.- 1 1. . 1 l... I....I..M
but was lo one t'l e Itcct t (., n " I
w ,H, ursc lor Mclty of Woiri
the well know n senior foe i.t or won i
Head, election to which marks n man
Ilglous netlvltles of Yale that Mr.
Sallm. became b.st kno.n, for ho bo
came unlneui lii this work from hit
.Ta,r' i" , it be ng Le -
nlrnnco to college being one of tho
ScS conin. met that
n ! V rtlculur 0w slglit of the chss n
Ills election as drawn of his class,
which was aUo n Mipcrvlsoiy and
executive position, while In his bcnlor
year he was elected tho pusldent of
the University Y. M. C. A.
After graduation Mr. Sallmon ie
malncd In New Haven as the head of
the rellglotii work of Yale, his olllelal
position being that of general secre
tary of the ussoi kitlou. which he ro-
tnlni'il for thru- veiirs. Diirlnir thU
penol he alsopurVuid B....l..l." wo.k
anil at Its oYiilintion in iv.i: he re
celvcl ihe degree of M.itcr of Arts for
work In the Semitic IniiL-uaues uiu!
Biblical literature It was thin that
Mr. Sallmon decld-d to leave Yale ami
to become, the ii.ivcllng Hceietnry of
tho Aiitrjlnshui Stinhnt Christian
in.on. When tbl- propo.,d d,-r-
tuio beinine known nt Vnlv n highly
coiiiniennatorj aitic-le on his work.
written by lleniy Sloane (Vflln, u for-
iiier piesiuent of the 1'nlvi-rslty Ab.u-
elation, was published In both the Ax-
donation hoeoid and the Yale Alumni
Weekly. Starting with a small nu-
eloiiH of mi-iiihi-rri In flm SSftt-ti tf lit;
..iww.i .1,.. .i..i u..i.i ., ,iiii,,..,
e i.uvt, v.'V in,,' ,' r,im, ii uia.i.i'
bimich of the work bud b..u built up
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In that depai m.nt. with moms of I h
.n. j n-ii ciua )ii.-iiuun in in.- imir
Hi al.oii .Mi. Snllinou was nbl
n Millie Mis. V. F. Cuebriiii'H gift of
i".wu for a lot and building for the
exclusive use of this work. A similar
vvml. had been stalled in Un- three
I giudtiato sihools of the I'iiIm rsitv
I During -m,. riallnioii's aduilnlMi-ailou
the membership of the ueso"l.itlon ban
, lu, i,,M, ,10nl .-l(10 ,u 0W. ll!tJUj lv
niimi.il reielpts fiom $2000 to .V)U0. An
employment hurt an for mHy htudoulM
liad been establli-hed ,iml fMtyj ,util J
tu the ciiuowmeiit fund of i lit- c.aiii-
ate ( ommitti'CS and ugi iu-h a 'm n .u h
Ing mi inhere of the inenmlui; i-Icss(m. mound tin- suffering parts, will relieve of mcr so ,)Cr centi nae tiu, total Im
iu ivj .aid lV.i.1 Mr. Snllii. m ils.led " !,K,,l.rr",fs rrt"cr p f welllnis. and .)orlH of lhc ,.0nlr.. tt(,rc mcieasinK
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he uksocI. Ions o all .at-n. an ,..,
In eonm-tloa with lnt.;i-co'V1.,tr.
woik. atterwarcl vlaltlnu time of tin.
' Vlli illi nml .Viu l:nL-l-iiiil --. ..r...i II..
"ad been onJof the speake's , nlnu.t
nll the laige Y. M. C. A. .o-nontluus
1 1 ii,.., vi.in.. ,.. .........i ...i
iu iuL ii:iuii) lur M'tiTiii ji-iri linti
I had contributed many aitlrloi to thu
' religious preBs. Ills chief woik.
though, was In building up the lllblo
Hudy departments of the college as
For three years Mr. Sallmon bad
ibnrgv of the Illbii- sunt) woik of thq
Students' Coufvri-iiie ut Naithfleld Ilo
alto i-ondiii'tt'd a Luge iiib'.e i1.i-h for
b.lBln'ns llli'll In llli llllilr'ei(i, l J,
C. A. Th" le Bally New-, editorially
paid a high tribute to .Mi .HaUnton's
work. On tho eve of his . i.u tuto
from Ynlo ho w.ib tendoiod a luinim t
ami iii.seiited wlih if luu with wlih-h to
ndii to Ii'm lllbllcnl roft-reii-e lllnaiv
The duties of Mr. Hullinun posi
tion US l.lttCilllfc M-vltli,i) .11 tu ,,1
nslu wire utmost puuly .he supervls
luu mid uib'.uilziitliui of (he rcllgloui
life In the unlveisitles of that poitlon
of the Uiltish Empire. In this wurk hi)
traveled 15,000 miles by hind and 9900
mllei, b) watir: he dellveic-d .'30 nd
diui"i, condui'ted 5S Bible Ktudl.-i,
preached 52 bcrmonti in chur.-Iies of
r Ii r Ur. -fiK. AUcn Elf t-C 'licit'
'"villi suv 4kM Pcuorv 's Kiur.mlecd
tu po",sr Vlv4 ill tlu curative nrnitr
tl'-s of the c- ii Ive Pel's now sol' by
Jo tor anj drunp,' . It gi c i v ry
trnni' i:urr-iit nf el'ctrlcltv ind isei ly
rcgulitej. Hi-und to supcr'cdc others. ( n
lie ImJ from the undTslRticd mly s no
icriitsj noillcmmt. Irculirfrtp. Addicts
"Icrec litre trie C. . zofj Pit St . S n
Prii,, ixi. Sent tree lo Hiw.iil fur Kn.Ol)
STOP at Pioneer Hotel. Excellent nc
ininmodnilnns 0 l'reelnnd Mgr.
G. H. DUNN Notary Public. Convey
ances Ilepntv Tnx Collector, Legal
Documents. Oflico Rovernraent bldg
ru Ioiih denominations. At the end of
Jils 'secretaryship his work In the Col
onics was summed up In n handsomely
embossed nnd morocco-bound testi
monial presented to him on his lcav-
Ing for Amcrlcu.
t'roni Australasia Mr. Sallmon began
it tour of the world, which extended
Ihruiigh the year 1900 and which led
him tluough Egypt. Ceylon Palestine,
nnd bouthcaxtcrn Europe, lie visited
the Passion Play nt Obcrammcrgau
l',"nl -it nif- bnomattc nnd l'ropor
tloiuito (living, Tho Culture of Chris
tlnn Manhood, Among Australasian
Students. Moio than 3D.000 of tho
liooks on lllblc study nlono liave been
pmchnsed nnd the publishers are still i
making new editions of them, lie
sides this Mr. Sallmon Is author of a
missionary hymn for male voices,
The article from the llridgepoit Dal
rflniiilnnl which furnishes the fore-
going facts speaks of Mr. Sallmon ns'l'" countries, which nic easily ac-
,n.,V.f n. n..n.r v-i.r m Vim.
'V concludes thus:
""' ' ' "" versatility Is the
""1.lof of no houtii (.ntiich. We
Christian manhood, nnd combining n,
'' '""' experience of men. of
"rlous nations and wn) of life with
. Mrength and religious training of
,l,c Mrength nnd religious training of
"' I'-Hverslty of New Haven, his nd-
v"l "'1o " religious work of Bridge -
"" "" ' "o -oil-known church
hlch has called him. will mark nu
''""V. '" "le cu"rc" worK or lla
Now that Theodore Roosevelt Jr. Is
really convalescent it win ilo to tell
n storj that has troubled the superstl-
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mum nnu aimiBoii cne materialists
Mm.u. timn nn,. .i,.. r.. L. i...u
Ing In place the portrait of (ienoiai
(Jliini. which bancs on the wall nf
01 r the first floor looms, gnve way
nni' ,'"' '"'Ho canvas with its frame
r,," '" , l'"' "oor- Tlu" c,:'l1 ''"i?ht
'',,nl nllendnnts to the scone,
? s ""ZJT. ZZ "' ",0
win. ..,. ,.., ." ', .
n, ictnlnors declareil that some ono
in the family would Die. Ho lecalled
tint I Ihc Inlllng of the pmttnlt of Pros -
lib nt (iarflehl vens followed by tho
ueath of President McKlnley. nil of
v'" prouicnng It nt the time.
vviien me i-iesiuenis omm son lie -
enmo 111 nt Oroton,
i loin o so was
' :""."' I ... ""'T18""
tlom old negroes about the place.
Wm, ,0 8ervanU Haw ,,,, ,,;ollcIlt
homo end on the wr-.y to t onvali-sconco,
they began to doubt the tiuth of tho
solemn warning, hut there are still
tlion- tliul nrinly bellc-v
hns lo develop after th
tailing ol a
Presldc-lll's poitrnlt. and nb the yoitllg
urn riov.iy wins ins way iiieii lo
stieiiKtli tho tiUperstitloiiH neglucs
look nhii'it loi some other vli lim ol
ti"m-riil Drant's portrait Washington
Rheumatism hns been cured In a
multitude of cases during tin- past slw
years bj I'AIN-KILLEIt. This pot-i.t
remedy rubbed vigorously In nnd
iwii nu ii.un. i lie mum acunuorn cati-
j.Ia ,, bis treatment when persevere I
,. Av,d substitutes, there Is but one
Paln-Klller. Perry Bavls". 23e au 50c.
r i. tr.rpi.l.. i. !!.. .I..I
ers. deliver orders to any pait of tho
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laiJiut'H ac Jitziiuiii' liiu iniuur iitrai
city IfOf. Tel, MMH HV,
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M?IbH ' "'J . M'frwM-'WpiWp ial'nt Sfvonty live pounds and Is ot-
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married to .1. E Mnhlllelil. iiiaxter iin-eliaulc ol the (iniiul Tiuiik riilhoiul,
nud Is designing the Hpcc-lnl cur In whlili lic Is to in ike tier huneyiuouii
tour. Tho cu lb 10 be a wedding gift fiom the gio in.
UNITED STATES HOLDS
Gains Made la Trade With the Orient
Have Ma Marvelous-Manila and
Honolulu (strategic Trade
Washington. April 4. "The Com
merce of the rnciiic ' Is the bubject of
un nudtcss by U. P. Austin, Chief ol
mo miietiu of Statistics, delivered be
foic the National Geographic Society at
luu Columbia thtater m Wasulngton,
Wednesday afternoon, Ajirll 2. It Is
ouiy in it-cent years, Mr. Austin said,
that the people of the t nlted States
nave turned their nttentlon .erlously
to the consideration of foreign torn
ineree. The development of our own
cuutitiy thiough I lie construction m
inllmi)s and the opening of the inter
ior which followed has occupied tho at
tention of tho capitalists nnd those on
gnged In cnmmoice nnd production, bull
ii"-. with the great ucvciopmeiu wnicin
nas followed nnd the power of produc-l
"IK "' i'xlcB ' l"-' ucmnnui oi uur
own popuiauon, mere is n general ue-iCd Klngdum. wlilcli is miicli more ra
slre to find now markets abioad for thel onlily located at present than aie tlin
proilurts of the Hold, the foicst, the' producing (enters of the Fulled States.
mine, nnd tho workshop. Such mar
kets have already been found in t'uio
.css'blr and which are the natural
I mrkct for our surplus foodsluffs nnd
mnlcrlnl. for use In manufacturing,
"t the fact that there exists on tho
i P T """"' ""
Wl lion, wo undred in 111 o. s everj
0ilr- an(1 '-I'lclly of tho kind of goods
which the Culled Slate, produces and
which mo c niieu hiaics prouuees aim
! " w". mak the question ol
, H- commerce of the iMelfle an cspe-
' clally interesting one at this time.
1'p to this time tho United States has
been nt a decided disadvantage In tho
ntlempt to Invade the markets of the
Orient, because the great commercial
nations of Ihiropc lie to much nearer
lo cnuc iiiiiruec anu ure inoviueu wiih u
direct means of water communication,
The fnct that the great producing ccn-
ter of tho United States still lie In tho
tMr I"t"lm,a m"St f'",Cr V, ""
''nl Stntcs by rail, or tiavel an
cnnimous distance by water. In passing
fiom the eastern coast to the markets
of Asia and the Orient has rendeied
that maiket n dllllcult one for Amcrl-
Wonderful Gains Made,
The nil-water .outcs from New York
to the Orient nic fiom 2000 to 3000
' nl"l's ,0,,it"r than those from London
to the gicat maikcts on tho easter-i
1 toait of Asia, being about 12,."U0 miles
ugaliibt n little over 10,000 miles fiom
i Loudon; while the route from 'ew
i yoik to the Orient around Somh Aiu-
' ,.rlta allli across ,iic I'aclflc is Hi.000
miles long, the sliortcst route lon.g
half way round the earth at Its greatest
diameter nnd that by way of South
America nud the Pacific tvvo-thiids oi
the distance uiound the wot 1.1. Ill
spile, however, of this illsiidiantnEi.-
under which the United Stales la'uoif
as lompaico v.llh other rountrb'j, It
h m.nln mm-h mnn. rnnlil l-iiIok In
the commerce with the Orient than any
other nation, our exports to th" O.lc-it
having gioun fiom $40.000 000 in 1S9I
tu $115,000,000 in 1901. an incieiihc of
ISO per cent; while the total exports
weie Inci casing but 50 per cent. Our
Impoits from the Oriental countiles
Increased dining the bame time from
$105,000,000 to $102,000,000. an Incrciiku
, , ... .. , . ,, ,.
ut 10 per cent. An examination of the
commerce of other nations with tho
Oiient shows that that of the I lilted
Sliitch has Kiowa with iniit.li Kiatcr
i..n(.1ti-.. !.... I.A nll..,.i ,..i.i.lni. ......
iui'iuiit lihiii liii- utiii.i tuuiuiun tu. i-
petlns for that commeice. Taking thel"'"""' V.'.Z,!,,,, Vlll
, ... .i... .i i i..i'Unted States. The fact that a great
commerce of the Oiient ut decennial
Feb. 18, 1901
A. R. Bremor Co. ,
Gentlemen: I have
U3ed coke Dandruff
Cure for the past
year and found it an
FOR SALE BY IIOUIION DllUd CO.
Foit and King Sts.
poilods beginning with 1S08, the year
prior to the opening of Mie Suez canal.
jr Austin llnds that the liupons of
those countries show about the h.uuo
actual Increase as thofo from me i im-
anil that In pcrccntngiH the gain Is;
United Kingdom, fit) per cent; lulled
States, over 1000 per tent.
Lal-ge Tropical Imports.
Commercial ieln;lons between the
United States and tho Oiient shouiil, In
Mr. Austin's opinion, he especially
close, because of the fact that each sec
tion produces articles which tho other
section requites. Tioplcnl and sub
tioplcal products have become a very
large pioportlun of the Impoits of the
United States, and nic constantly In
creasing both In quantity and value
nnd In the percentage which they form
of the total Imports. In the enr 1901
tho Importation of tioplcal and sub
tropical products amounted to nearly
$100,000,000, or almost onc-hnlf of the
total Imports of the United States. This
class Includes such articles ns raw
silk, fibers, India rubber, cabinet and
dye woods, for use In manufacturing:
and ten. coffee, cocoa, sugar, tropical
fruits, etc., for foodstuffs. All of these
are not only produced In the Orient
hut. In some cases at least, nic the chief
pioducts of the countries lying on tliti
opposite side of the Pacific. On the
other hnnd. those countries aie con
stantly Importing the class of urtlclrs
which the United Stales produces nnd
for which our producers de-dre to Hud
n market abroad. Thus the common o
of the United States and the commits
of the Orient may he comldeied com
pkmentnl. and for this irasuii a Lipid
and permanent ginvvth lu exchange of
these mutunlly nccessaty commodlllei
may bo expected when dltect water
communication is estnbllbl.cd between
the producing and consuming centeis
of the United States and the t of the
Asiatic countries and Islands In ques
tion. Large Pacific Frontage.
In addition to this mutual reliance
upon each other of the countries In
question, thcie aie other natural con
ditions which seem to favor commerce,
between the two sections when Hie Pa
cific Is opened to dliect transporta
tion between the pioiluclug nnd con
suming centers of tho two great tac
tions. Among these causes are- (U
the fact that the United Stales hns a
larger fn.ntafic on the Pacific than nny
other nation; (2) that It hns mme and
better harbors; (,.) that It control
practically all the gicat way stations
or mid-ocean Islands, and espeelallv
thobo having valuable hnihors and
necessary as lnndlng points for cables,
(I) that it has at Manila a point of
oiicciai nuiiui imiu' nnu cuiiiiuciciiiiiy
' , concentration
J Urlbutlon f ' ' ' tP ,,,,,l 5.
i,,,, , ,,,. ..., . I , ,
..i.v ,i. .ii c 1,11.-111. tuiii-iiia ui uu uuii
water traversing tho Pacific tho con-
.im . . , .. .
current of water nnd air Hows west
vvurdly across the Pacific from about
the mouth of the proposed Isthmian
canal by way of the Hawaiian Islands
to the Philippines, thonco turning
noithvvurd past the great commercial
centers of Asia .Shanghai and Yoko
hama swinging itcmss tho Pacific in
I the vicinity of the "great clicle," tho
shoitest loute acrobs that ocean,
, thenco down the western coast of thu
I I nlted States and p.ibt our chief Pa
i clflc toast cities, to the very point of
beginning, seem to givo special ad
vantages to the commeice between the
two sections The dlblnnco from Brlto
at the western end of the pioposcd Nic
aragua cnnul to Manila, following tin
, cquutoiinl cunents of air and water,
via the Sandwich Islands, is in lounil
nunibeiH 10.000 miles; and from Mn
I nllo back to Brlto via Shanghai, Yoku-
linina nnd San Franclsro 10.500 miles,
thus giving to the vessels engaged In
I that commerce tho advantages of favor
j able air and water currents dm Ing tho
enllro voyage, nnd practically at all
I poilods of the year.
I The pilnciple of tho lawn mower
lias recently been applied to the ent
iling of eauatle grasses. As Is gener
n'ly known, tho water hyacinth and
ci-riiiiii varioues or grass gitw to
luxuriantly lu ninny Southern lakes.
I'dvmis and ilveis ns to seilously oh
sliuct navigation A Pennsylvania in
ventor, niter linvlng had thu nrobiem
jbicught to ills attention, dovlbed ix
vv iter mower." which appeals to bu
qiiim oiieeuvo in uestioying those wa-
of the w.itei the knllo being diiven
lioni tho end with a vibrating lever or
ali'm Im, I, to .......... ...I I... !..... ..
""'V'""' ! " uic-aii.-u uy lllllio. IIS
rtoMrtutlvciKxri results fiom the eu.
ting off or the lonvt-H and topn ol tho
stulks, which losulls in tlie death of
most aquatic plints. Otcnslonnlly
tht'Mi plants aro so thick in the water
that tho pasago of launches nnd
ii'oumbonts Is Impeded, It not actually