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dUNDAV BULLETIN. HUNOLULC. H. T., SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1902.
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PERMEO FOUNTAIN PEN PILLS
Thcro Is no other place In the world where a chiffonier Is
needed so much ns In Honolulu. In this climate, whero ladles
require so many changes of clothing, extra space Is In demand to
keep them, and no other piece of furniture Is qulto so tonveulcnt
and beautiful ns n chlffonlo'. Our present stock Is very hand
homo and inn prices nro lof
Wo also havo a coinpl.tu stock of
Dining Room Tables
hoth round and pqunto with chalts to match and somo very hand
somn Round Card Tables
We will ho pleased at -.'I limes to show you our stock.
J. HOPP & COMPANY,
LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS
Corner KlnfJ find Uctlicl Street
Hawaiian Iron Fence
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Klryw.- i-Bfs?cRHSk. ' 3esjv" ':: i
H. E- HENDRICK, Prop.
In our mauka window wo are
displaying a line of canned
Roods irom Wcllman, Peels &
Co., 8. P., which wo guaranteo
to bo first-class In every tespoct.
Telcphono orders delivered
Snov. Flake Salmon
Snow" Flake Lunch Oysters
Snow Flake Sugar Corn
Melrose Daby Tooth Corn
Melrose Sugar Corn
Melrose Snow White Asparagus
Melrose Table Apricots
Melrose Lunch Smyrna Figs
Mclrote Lemon Cling Peaches
Melrose Yellow Crawford
Peaches (extra quality).
II, MAY & GO.
Tho Popular Grocery. 05
22 TELEPHONES 24
according to tho opinions
of physlclanB and food ex
perts, wo have all tho best
of tho many breakfast
foods now on the market.
There Is one that has be
come, the most popular of
all foode f-lmply because
Its work nnd results tell
quickly and satisfactorily.
Come nnd we'll tell you
confidentially which will
suit you best.
LEWIS & GO.
l it Limited tl it
1060 FORT STREET.
240 Two Telephones 240.
Every user of a Fountain Pen should
h.ive thorn. They nro convenient,
entity handled and always ready for
and Monumental Go.
176-180 KING STREET.
Plenty 'Good Gravy'
PAPER NOVELS received E. S. S.
"SIERRA" 20c to 50c each
and now on utile at the
Golden Rule Bazaar
150 HOTEL ST.
SUNDAY, APIJIL 87, U0
Oyttrr .tiup au MtuNUiu I Mr.-,ii
ItaLnl lloun Inr with Mirimp rr
I'ilkt MtRiionuUIi Mulinims ,
Cliitkfn rricitHva lj Kt-iiM
t'unijftte lUrtlct !. h ,i 1 1 t tdt
Vtmv Kits (A I'.irl mi u
wnv it nil i' in i
CaliUnwtr HurLutaili MitKdtril luim
AiiKintfiiio Snlml I'mi. h linshitn.
Tutli Krtittl !. i'inm Uw imIi
HliiKiiDinctf Niv KuKhui) I'lum l'uulih
II iii, II Siure
A met lean ami bwi ('Iw-Stf NmOui I Wm u.
CUIrv. Tea muj Milk
AAt lUnaiui Urt iiKth
Leading Ladies With the
Frederick Warde Company
JsssHHHMMvliarUi u" wKXVA
wBpP wrap iwwk
-Br ' w$ HSui
itf - -, - -y
MI8S ANTOINETTE ASHTON
The IcndlnK lady of an ori;mil7.illuii
or tin. Kroilcrick Wnrdo Compnii) nl
Hitr mui-t niT.-Ria'lly he ftrlcctcil ltli
the utrnovt car- Mr Warrk' luun
ncment han h.,-n (iiiiKratulntvil upon
Ihi- choice of Miss Antolnctlo Asiitmi,
n llth- and nlllony yomiK womiui of
I.-iik!h)1iih lrntur-si. Her ni'hlee
mtntH have Iimu fvw hut Impresxle
ttuis far. and him hern particularly
liKntlfitil v.lth Mr Jiiinos O'N'elll. a
In "Vlrsitj.ii'j" nnd as Juliet
lllinm Owiu'ij pioductlcn nfl
and JlUlet. She IIUN nllUI
bml a nluatiio n)i(iltT,c.' In slock'
work Mint Ai-Mcm In on.) of the few'
Mt.njt lea.uni; norncn who ore foitu i
m.te non,h (o omhlno r.icat perKim
rl m nuty with tru drumatlc ability
Anotli-r vnlualile tii.miher ol the
tctnpany l VlrRlti.a Drew Trcseott, a
ctrllilnply hnnd'ome hrunetto ami mi!
aiticpB of srat fincc nnd power. Her,
n.est notnhle a hlev. nientfl hae be
In stodt work und in tho Httppoil oru. bunk," "VlrglnliuT and ".Iiillus Cae
Mr. Lewis .Morrison, with whom she Uar" noil rither i.I.hm m,.;, f,, i,iu
noil distinction ns tlin Queen In his
olchrnttd luodiictlon of 'Fiedericlt
the (Ircut '
13iry tenlug iliirlug the nceX etrept
A FLAG OF TRUCE
WCDMiHDAY AND TIIUNKDA.Y
THE AMERICAN GIRL
' ph. urn Populnr Prices 2Jc, 50c, 75c
MATINKi: PIIICKH 15c and 23e.
Fred. L. Vt aldron
P. O. Uox 55:1: 'IW IIIiih 7UI Itoni
3, Surrcke's Hulldlv.
P. H. Bnrnette
Real Estate and Conveyanclrfl, Iniur.
ance and Collection, Notary Public.
Room 10, Melntyre Building,
V r , If,
The Dr. f?E
(w itlt mh- -as i' '
to rossess wrF" ill
tics of tin- e,n Ivc i
doctors and drugft ' '
Irene current ol el"
rcgul.itfil. Ili'timl ln
be Ind from the ' '
.iRctitsi nn dlscfliint.
"Icrcc lilrctrlc C
FraM.is4o. Sent Irre '
Not the leant important of .Mr
Wcnlen support will he his charming
taught -r. MIkk .May Wame. n jouuu
actress of undlKputi-d talent hh ilem
onrtrnted hy .,er clexer mill witifoine
performances lately, nf Marcella In
"The Llnu'H .Month" ami JchkIch In
"The Ttterch.int of Venice." JIIm
Wiirde's fcirte Ih comeily. Her aellng
I i" i full of InKvniioiiH spontnnelty and
HV.ettiiens that It letiiM an liKleitcrll)
at le charm to eerj play In whl h xlic
MKH Alleen It. rtellc. another ii.i in
b, nf tll fr.ili.rlel. Wiir,!.
I.t II lllllldMIIIH' Jimiiih IKtreKH who MI1K
vlth l."ln McirrlKim for tle juire
She iilxo linn hail n Htoik eierlenie
with the ('untie Siiinre Company nnd
pUyed the leudlliK roles with the
1.1-iiIk MiinnC'lurH Llpuuiii Co'mpan).
All the Indict, of the tirKnnizulinfi
ver. sel.cterl hy Mr. Warde for liiclr
Kii'K-lnl lltmsH tor the various famlii
n!ln purts In "King I.ear." The Sloiin
reiertlre this (.enson. Sir Wardu
lens his Honolulu season In "Vlt
glnliis" on Thursday, Slay S.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANGE
Orders for tho purchaso or sals ot
stocks nnd bonds curcfuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans ncgotlatod
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8tangen
wald Dldg. Postofflce box 390; Tel
phone Main 331.
J. H. FISHER
Mnck and Band lirokeis.
Klllfc ASSOCIATION, of Phllsdulpn'
WenTEilN ASSURANCE COi tf T
Offices SUngsnwald Wlrig.
chant Street. Tel. Mnln 861
"TWO WAYS OF LOOKING AT IT"
Twelte. Inches Is the average dls-
itnnco at whlcli perfect eyes bee best
Holding book or paper differently
means eo Mruln- means an error In
rnirac-lnn or defectlvo muscles
means gra-. e harm sooner or latnr.
"A tilisi in ttruo saos" slightly
changed, but you Imuw tho Import, and
eyes are n oro Important than studies
. N. SANFORB,
t ',11.1(1 Fo-t Ptrcet
--. May it Co.
COURT CAMEOS DANCE
(Continued from page 1.)
and established In America In 1831t.
The American branch of the order
composed of three High Courts,
over four hundred subordinate
and about forty thousand members.
The benefits disbursed last year Jby tji,
order exceeded $5,000,000. (' &P
"Our Institution was founded for'tho
purpose of axslstlnR each other -at
limes when, hut for h" helping hand
of our brethren, woe might sojmiri1
for a much longer i rtoil In our dwell
Ings. For this nnd other mds we as
soclato nnd are bouiia ny it solcinu
tie to net towards and all' late the suf
ferings of each other as brethren, To
cheer nnd proUct the unfortunate, to
sinpathl7c with nnd aid thoso whom
incident or disease may overtake, and
to dry the cheeks of the mourner, ar
among the leading objects of 1'ortstiy
"To provide against the calamities
Just u (Her ted to Is, though gieat, not
(he only benefit resulting from our a
loclalrd biotherhnod. Ucsldes uniting
to render less trjlng the vicissitudes
I human existence, we nsiemblo to
tuomote the social happiness of our
liruhtm, and rellee our mind from
lie presume of line by tenipeintu cou
llallt A good Korcstcr Is a man who,
J.aluiis of his rlnlits ns n cltlrcn, main-
tins them In a temperate, manly nnd
eromiiH manner. Knowing his dutlc'
a perfrnnis them well, nnd pays a
iimly nnd ttllllng obeillence to his
ountr s laws, neither cringing nor
cmle mi the one hand, nor wild and
i actions on the other. In his private
haructcr ns n father, son or husband
uc fulfills nil claims with scriipuloiii
As I will leaw- for San Krnnclsro
next Wcdnfsday In the Alnnuda, to
irpreseut Court Cunioes at the Jllgli
Court coinentlon which takes place In
that city next month. 1 will take ad
.. image of this opportunity to say
food-bye to my friends and brother
Foresters, as it will be impossible foi
me to tee nil of them llidlxldually be
fore my departure Aloha."
At the conclusion of his speech the
grand march was formed and to the
alluring muMc of i milntct club the
dancing (.ommuued and was continued
till a late hour. The ball was hcautl
fully ilccurut.il with the colors of tin
I'nllcil States and those or Portugal
A bower of plants nnd tropical flow
ers hid the musicians fiom view.
The following ronimlltccH wire In
Jharge of the nfTnlr: llros. XI. C. Pit
ched.. I). II. c. It.; J. A. It. Vlclrn, P. C.
It.; M. I. SlUa, A,. F. Souza and M.
Heceptlon Commlltte " J. JIa
clindn. A. (). .Marcallluo and L. It.
Floor Committee Hros. J. .Mnchailo
and .1. V. Kikardt. I'. C. 11.
Decorating Committee Hros. Joan
P. Dins. p. c. it.; A. F. Souza. .M. C.
I'achecii. I). . C. It.; M. Ahithado. .1.
M. fioiiies mid Sam Knnckoa
Uefreshment Committee llrim. .1. A.
It. Vlelra. P. C. It.. J. F. Jesus. Jos
C Ollvtlru, Joao I'. Dlas. P. C. It.: M
Freltns nnd SI P. Itego.
There was quite an amusing Inci
dent at the wedding of, Albert Water
house und .Miss (Iretchen Kopke in Kt.
Viidrew's Cntliedral the other et.-n.
ing Tlie bride, nttendml by the re
miiliilng members of the bridal party
'i their proper places, wus walking
ill the center aisle of the Cathedral
.in.) hud ndwiuftd about half way
w 1 en from beneath one of the seats
then- .-merged a llttlo fox terrier who
seemed not at nil abashed hy tho
large utidli m-e In the place of worship
nor yet by the splendid attire of thu
liulIcH of the bililal party.
The dog poiincid along merrily nnd,
H-i iiik the sweeping ttaln of the
bride, made for It without fill ther ado.
The bride felt n tug from behind nnd
hi I head was thrown buck by what
mciii.mI to he a weight ou her dress
She turned around slightly and then
upon dlsioerlng the obstacle, smiled
vr pen-eptlbly. One Oi tho brides.
maids dually mustered up enough
ennruge to push the dog off the ttaln
with tier foot uud then the bride was
C lie to uilance to the altar.
Th Miiiiih) Temnernuie Club gae ii
very good iiitcitiilunirnt last night j
The performers had their efforts -e i
ieled with .iithusluHiu and the audi- j
em.- wbh.li alttudeil wus will pleased.!
Sllss Taj lor opciii-d the program with
i a piano solo, w hereupon followed a
hK.1i I) 'A Sluu of Neive.' Ii Missrs
Ke)uioiir, Ward und Dolllnger which
wus lunch applauded,
Dolliug.-r. who played u female rul-
In this I day nnd lu "Stlsn .Madcap" es-pei-hilly
cuptlired the good will of th,
niidleni-e, Mom-s Niikultin gaut n
credltiibli1 violin selictlon und SIndnm
l.i lleuf gave n ocal selection which
would hate been wiuthy of the praise
of een the P.irlslan audience which
t-he fornieil intirtulned. Two child
tierfomnrs. Sllss Nina (lardlntr nnd
.Master lllgglns. did well.
Next K.itiuduy night n good program
will he piesinted und light refresh
ments will be a part of the attractions
Friday night at D.Pi nVIm k a scaled '
urdlrt In tho cue of .Manuel C.i tunh.i
ihuigeil with Illicit liquor i- IliiiB w,is I
letiirned. It w.ih opened t-u'unlav j
forenoon. N'nnin I wus f',ti,( y, i v '
ami his son, liai Ii not guilty Sen- i
linm will bu piunuiitt.'Pil t j, on, 'i
moi uliii;. I
An lufui mill nu et lug was held at th
liome of T. Cllie Dnvlri last ulgtit f j.
tho purpoto of dis'isslng thf rrnitei
of u Siillo's' Inalittite. A rnmmlttie
v.-.tu appointed to Icok Into the feas
ibility of tho' plan and to report.
MILES GETTING A DOSE
CvTOFHlS OWN MEDICINE
I utWfft lit!,;., 'I'JLJktt .-f$jmm
' GEV. KELSON A.-MLLS' ',
Washlnglou, April 8. It Is said by
ni my officers tint If President Iloose-
Mil decides to place Clenernl Sllles on the ordinary course, each officer ro
the retired list the Lieutenant (iener- tiling at 01 years, and the senior Drig-
al will be tailed upon to lake nothing
more thnn a dose of the same medi-
cine he once administered to a broth-
i'i officer in order to Beciire his own
In 18!0 tli-neial Sllles was an nspl-1
n.ut for higher lank. He hud such
powerful friends ns John Sherman,
then fecretar of the Treasury, nnd
Don Cameron, then a Senator from
Pt mis) Uutiln. Sllles and Cameron
Und man led slsteis, nieces of Slier
mnn. At Hist tin effoit was made to havo
him appointed Cbler Signal Officer,
but Piesldeut lla)es hud promised
tl.nt post to (leneral Hazen. Then
Miles suggested thnt under the law
the President could tetlie Ilrlgndier
(leneral Old, thut officer liuvtng
rt .idled the age of 62 years.
Pressure wus brought to hear upon
Piesldeut l!u)cs, and, though Sir.
Hees was reluctant to do so on ac
count of the Injustice to Ord, a soldier
of many wars, he finally consented
anil Issued the order for the retire
mint of (icmrul Ord. Sllles was nam
ed us his successor.
(leneral Ord begged his old friend,
f.cncriil Sherman, to have the retire
mint order held up so thnt he might
become a Major flenernl (is the ritlre
mint of Oen. McDowell nnd then re-
t'.n wltn that rank. SleDowell wns
Tho following aro no o din .r) offerings ns In somo Instances wo
have teduccd the prices on staple goous over one-half. In every case
the opportunity of saving money is exceptional and should ho taken
luhnutnge of by buyers with the slightest economical propensities.
Sale begins Monday morning, April 28lh.
TAFFETA SILK SALE
lir.'i )nrds ot nssortid shades
Taffeta Silk, our legular 1 10
uud 1 (ID quality. Ou tale this
KID GLOVE SALE
Any lady desiring Kid (lloves.
the latest with clasp fastenings,
lu White. HInik or Tun shades,
heavy stitching on back, all en
tirely new stock and lu peifect
condition, should not miss this
VICTOR CLOVES nt
Circular price $1.50,
LADIES' FANCY NECKWEAR""
Ileautlful assoitineiit on (alii
this week at e.aitl one half
I'lnu Leather Purses nt our
own prices all In evident con
dition We art- i losing them
ou' nt a Ioi.h
r.nijrt m nfl, i d 11.. i w, , k In
ever lln- 1 ou.e .mi. them
Pacific Imsort Go.. Lid.
jen three dnys older tliiui Ord. and
If matters had been permitted to tnkn
ndler being promoted according to tho
principle which (leneral .Miles ndo-
cates in his opposition to the General
Sinff bill, Old would have succeeded
Hut (leneral .Miles and his friends
wtre In a hurry tor a promotion nnd
(ienernl Shennail was forced tn tele
graph his old frfenl that nothing
could he done, as Sllles" iinnio had
hi en sent to file Si unto and could not
Oeuernl Ord had nearly two jears
to servo before reaching the age lim
it. If (leneral Sllles were to he retir
ed hy order of President Itoobcwlt
now lie would lose only n year and
lur months of active service. It has
often been said that General Miles
was n llrlgadler of Volunteers before
Trcodore Roosevelt was out of tho
nursery. If there Is any Irtuo In
tlilt argument. It might be added that
General Ord had fought In threo wars
ni.it wns n llrlgadler (leneral beforo
Kelson A. Sllles left the Doston dry
goids store In which he wns employ-i-i'
as a clerk,
flenernl Ord wns Mill a capable and
rr.ergetlc ofilcer, serving to tho en
fie satisfaction of his Immediate su
p. tlors. nnd the country ns command
ei of the Department of Texas, when
i,'.rcil on the retired list to male
reom for (leneral Sllles.
BARGAINS IH TOWELS
.lust 100 doz. superb Cotton
lluck Towels. Slro 18x24 In.
this week nt
75c a dozen
READY MADE SHEETS
llxt client Cotton material,
Anchor Hi and. rrndy for use,
size 90x911. tegular price 90c.
600 on sale this week nt
. 65 cents
3d doz Ladles' Handker
chiefs, embroidered corners.
This week at
FANBY BORDER Handkerchiefs
05 doz on sale this week at. .
50c a dozen
BLUE SEAL VASELINE
This week, per bottle
Sale of Hosiery wilt be ex
tended to tills week, somo ex
tici.iilv low prIceB prevailing
ut dining Inst week-.
$t.GO per jcar
jfifwi. Sftifjjw- :.-.. u
tI .. . l J.in'-'i. ..('
littAJi . 4 JJW !u.j..