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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY, MAY , 1902.
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W. & M., Lid. I W. & M., Ltd, W. & M., Ltd.
The world doth move; io do we.
Truo, wo woro fired from the corner Io whlih c aro now
moving, bul wo hnvo got bad. Into fnor and will noon occupy our
lianilsomo new building. Now stock7 Well everybody well knows
our former stock was pretty well disposed of i.vorj thing en
tirely new, larger, better anl greater varlctj of goods tban over
before Wntch us build our displnjs In Interlot and In the win
dows ami come nnd seo us ai soon as we open.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;
EMLERS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
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SHAD FISHING ON THE HUDSON-HAULING IN A BIG SEINE.
hbnd tlsImiK 011 the lltuNon Is Juit imu at Its height, 'the silver
belileil llsh 1111' uiukltu thilr iiuiiunl pltgrlmnge to the north 11 ml nre h iirmliiu
In nil the fliers fiom the Cliihnpi'ake to I enu Nliiiiil i-oiiiid 'this view
shows lln' biiuluu lu of .1 big Kelne. Diltt mid gill nets nic uleo utrd, but
fclnlug if b) fur the mot plcturewiue process.
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Captain Ilrn of the Honolulu Sail,
crs' Home Is mm monarch of all ho
surveys in connection with flint Instl
tutlon lie has no runners" in hl
tmplov having fired' tho two men
vho rormeilv represented the Home)
along the frout.
'The runners proved to be dlsbon
Cbt," said Captain Dray this morning,
"and I bad to get rid of tHeTii It seems
iSAlLOldV II 18 llliHll!l
alrrosf Impossible to secure honest time when Shakespeare and tho high
runners to handle the business of the cr dramatists will resume their placo,
Heme on tho front Ijiiittlj icgaided as Uie best and noblest
Hunners Inibs and Brooks used to fcrm of dramatic entertainment. Ho
look after the affairs of the Sailors' tint events Justlfj hls'lalth In this ru
Home on the waterfront Interviewing gnrd, nnd It Is encouraging to note
captains with leference to men who thut the ko called problem plajs. with
vere deslr'-d by skippers Imbs was their thinly veiled Indecency and dls
"fired" some time ago because Captain fcustlng double entendre, no longer
Uray could not stand his methods. pleases the metropolitan theatergoers
"He wouldn't do things my way," nnd tho so-called .burlesque nnd ex
pays Captain Draw, "and he was all tr.ivagania aro relegated to the minor
the tlmo looking out for opportunities theaters and varletj houses, whero
10 feather his own nest In a manner tiny Justly belong In contrast ta
which was not strictly honorable." the-se meretricious productions comes
Brooks left Honolulu for Austinlla a giand old pla, "Vlrglnlus," with Us
li. the Inst steamer He was a hustler integilt) of manhood, and Its atmo
tor himself but he tIM a great deal of spl ere of vhtue nnd pmity; with ll nn
harm to the Sailors' Home by Ills tutor, who, bv enis of bound study
methods In Australian ports paitlc nnd cxpeilence together with thor
ularly Svdnej and Sew cattle. Brooks
l.i well known as a shaiper Captain
Bray, as soon as he became familiar
with the wns of Brooks, discharged
him from the service of the Sailors'
Home and startoll to look around for
men who would conduct things In tho
way ho thought proper Having failed
to find men who suit him. Captain
Briy now announces that ho will con-
duct all business for tho Sailors' Homo
himself, until such time as a man to
tun liking Is discovered who will tako
charge of the outside work for him.
T- Daddy Let me give you a bit ol
advice, my dear To n man, the heart
of the woman Jie loves Is like an oil
Tho Daughter How can that be,
pa,?l , . , , . , ,
"The Interest Is Intense only so long
as there Is a prospect of new discover-
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1000 shades MUST bo sold at onco
from 25c up,
SHADES AT HALF-PRICE,
COc shades reduced to 1'Sc.
75c shades reduced to 35c.
(1 50 shades reduced to 75c.
L. S. Mathews,
710 Fort Street, Orphoum Block.
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In spile of the decadence of public
liiilt In matters theatrical In tho raM
Uc joars, and tho consequent tempta
tlon for actors of ability to wnMu
thill talents In unworthy plas that
pitaso onlv for the momeut, for tho
cuke of mere pecuniary emolument,
ricdirlck Wnrde has persistently
clung to tho legitimate drama, firm In
the belief that It Is but a question of
oi.ghly developed ablllt) Justlv standt
at the head of his profession Such a
combination Is pltahaut to contemplate!
i.nd gives assuranco of complete satis
Incite 11 with the performance to b
given on Thursday evening next at
the Opera Houso,
This promises to bo one of tho
hrcutest "first nights" In Honolulu.
Among thoso w,h w'" ue there aro II
F Lewis and H. W Lake, who will 00
oup) the loges; Prince David and par
ty, nnd Acting Governor Cooper nnd
Ipart), who will occupy the Boxes, A.
j Yoimr W W Goodale, C. Atherton.
Mlss jVJlcf' Campoell and night
'r,pn lb A I" Wall, Robert Shingle,
K I nishop, Capt, U. S. O Whlto,
J n Castle. Thos. E. Pettus, 1
Armstrrng, Mrs Henry Castle, Chas
" Cenke, Mrs Krcd Lowroy. W. M
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(,"flar' c Hnlchln.. W IJ Hall
nl'rw Blown, .ludgo Gnlbralth. Jiidgd
Iti' 'I R Mncfarlane, Ed Dekum
f)i i: C Wnterhouse. Col J W.
Jones J A Kennedy. W. A I.ovev,
8 1' Clillllngworth Win M Ornhnm
J T Ilumbiirg and Win Thompson
That the Republic nn partj Is popu
Inr wltli the people of the United Statei
the miinlilpal elections nttcst Ohio,
Iowa Michigan nnd other States give
evidenco that Republicans are In flni
spirit to go foiwnnl and meet tho Dem
ocrats In a contest for supremacy In the
fall elections Buffalo News
Alaska, It Is said, ran furnish home
steads of 320 acres each to 200,000 families.
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Y. M. C. A. DIRECTORS IN
DISCUSSION ON MATTER
Proposition Laid on Shelf, Associa
tion Not Being in Condition to
Take It Up at Present
The board of directors of tho Y. M.
C A held a meeting last night at 7.30
i) clock In tho secretary's office The
llnances of the association constituted
tin Mrst subject for dlsuisslon. It was
found tbnt of tho $2500 of Indebted
i ess which was standing at the end of
ihn mnr TVfmn liml nlrpntlv been rats-
eu nnd It Is hoped Hint tho remaining
300 will bo raised shortly.
The question of tho association
Id sing nnd conducting a lodging
tinusi' or n lloor or two of some build
inf ns lodgings for young men, was
I il. I'll up next and discussed at
In Bill Home time ago, tills Iden was
liouglit out and fl uas then hoped that
the association would bo able to lease
n tloor In the building which Is to be
cnited on Hotel street between the
nesocintlon nnd Young buildings. It
vat found liowcwr. Hint this was Im
possible but, since then, nrloim of
iiiti hae lieen submitted to the Y M
V A of htiildlngt, or lloors for that
Vhllo tho first of these offirs wcro
.ir liultdlngs which were so distant
linni the Y M (' A heidquaitirh that
il woulil bo pracllcnlh ImpoKSililo for
tl e nsMif intlon to Keep tin in under lti
ii'iMl Hiipcnlslon. thon liae lately
I, in olfned rucrnl pHc s which nro
i mi li mnrer ntul nulle recently nn
i ifi r w.ih made of a linen in a building
a Mh Is In the liiinieillnte iclnltj of
il MCA building
Tin question ns to whether till of
I, r should he accepted or nut inuscil
x lhi'! illscusslon It was llnnlly de
1'ilcd that tho present time was Inop
portune, owing to the Inct that tho
rusoclatlon Is In debt 1"7io mntter
iat laid on tho slielf nnd will prob-
onij mil no consuioreii ueiore tne ns
v it Intlnn irnlu n nnu' Imllitlncr it Hal
n when arrangements will be made'
11 Hint n iinmlmr nf rnntna ulll I,., mil I
at Me for the aforcnientlonul purposo'
ill the top story of the place
1 Hie vailous committees of the asso
elation which were elected nt the an-
iiiiial meeting two weeks ago will now
Mion be 1 ailed to meet. In most
cases the meetings will bo held nt
1 p'lvate le'sldences
, Pre-suit nt vestordav's meeting woro
I J 11 Atherton, II. I! Trent. J. P.
! Cooke C II Atherton nnd 11. C.
Hotel Band Concert.
The band will play the following se
lections nt a concert on the grounds!
of the Hawaiian hotel this evening, be
ginning at 7 3D o'clock
Overture The North Star Mejerbecr
Comet Solo Tho Everlasting Day
Mr Charles Krcuter.
Vuilations My Old Kentucky
la I.el Ponl Mot.
lb) Sweet I.el Mamo.
Miss I. Kelllaa.
(c) Ku'u Wchlwebl (d) Kokohl.
Mrs. N. Alopal.
Selection A Runawav Girl Monckton
March Thou Art My CJuldlng Star
Waltz Tender Kisses .. . Waidtcufel
Polka Pollnchlncilc .... Fahrbach
The Star Spangled Banner,
Dyspepsia can De. and Is cured by
the use of PAIN-KILLER. This Is the
most wonderful and valuable) medicine
ever known for this disease; Its action
upon the system Is entirely different
from any other preparation ever
known. The patient while taking this
medicine may cat anything the appetite
craves. Avoid substitutes, there Is but
one Paln-Klller, Perry Davis'. Price
25c. and 50c.
NEW - TO-DAY
A Dhldend Is duo and pavablo to
I lie Stockholders of tho fnter-Island
Steam Navigation Company, Limited,
at tho office of thu Company, Queen
bticct, on Thursday, May 8th, 1902,
liia Stock Books will bo closed to
transfers from the Gth to tho Sth Inst.,
Inclusive. N. E. GEDGE,
Honolulu, May 5th, 1902. 2H0 3t
Having been duly appointed Assign
cc of the "Metropolitan Co , Ltd., ' of
V,ulmea, Kauai, all persons owing
etld Estate arc hereby reqiiestod to
maKe Immediate payment to .the un
dersigned or his duly authorized agent,
auc' all those having claims against
cald Estato will please present them
to 1110 nt tho office of II. Hackfeld &
Co, Ltd. J I'. HUM BURG,
Aeslgnici of the "Metropolitan Co
Ltd." Honolulu, T II, May 1st, 1902.
2140 May 6, 12, 19
Sealed Tenders will lie received by
(he Superintendent of Public Woiks
until 12 m of Saturday, June Kt 12
for furnishing tho Department of Pub
lie Works with 230 pcs
Specifications on fflo In otflco of Su
pcrliitiindent of Public Works
Tho Superintendent reserves the
HI lit to reject any or nil bids
JAMES II BOYD,
Superintendent of Public: Works.
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Saturday o 6 of t o
SunJy ll t ei 1 1
Monday It 7 ji,t
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New Moon on the "Hi .it 12 13 p nr
Tldcs from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey 'tables.
The tides at Kahulul ana Hllo occur
about au hour earlier ihan at Ho
Hawaiian Standard TImo Is lOh 30m
slower than Green wclh llmo, being
inut of the meridian of 157.30. Tne
tlmo whistle -ows at UHO p. m , whlcn
Is the same as Greenwlcn, UJ 0m.
AViather Hurrati IMinnhoii May C
Temperature Morning minimum
59, Mldda) maximum, "il
Ilaromcter at 9 a m 23 93 Steady.,
ltalnfnfi 0 on.
Dew Point i"r
Humldltj at 9 a m 53 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Ma
C Wciitlicr unusually cold for Jlaj,
crj clear, wind fiesh NE.
Tuesda Ma C
Stmr Iwilanl Gregory, from Kllau
c nt 7 in n 111 with J8J1 bigs
mig-ir to Vm (! Irwin & Co.
Stinr James Mnkee Tullett. from
Analiola, at 3 I", n in with 2C0i) bags
cf sugar. ""
Monday, Mn S
Stmr. Noean, I'eilerson, for Lahalna,
hniinapall, I Ion oil. in and Ktikulhaclc,
a 3 p. m.
Stmr. Lehua, Nnopaln, for Molokal
nnd Maul ports, at 3 p m
bchr. Mnlolo, Kay, for Hanalel and
Knllhlnal- nt 5 " ""
SClir. KBWa an. MOSCS. for KOOlail
it rts, at 5 n m.
Stmr. James Makee,
Ancholn, at 2 30 p m.
Schr. I.adj. Mokl, for Koolau ports,
n 5 p m.
Stmr Wnlaleale Piltz, for Knuat
ports at 5 p m.
Stmr Klnan Freeman, for Hllo and
way ports, at 5 p m.
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, far Maul
ports, at 5 p. m.
Stmr. W. G Ifnll, S Thompson, for
Kauai ports, at S p in.
Stmr Nllhnu W. Thompson, for
Ilarnmulii, at 0 p m.
Schr diaries Levi Woodbury, liar
1I1, for Hllo, at 5 p m.
Stmr Manna Loa, Slmrrson. for lln
wtill and Maul ports, at 3 p. m.
Stmr James Makeo, Tullett, for Ka
unl ports, at 5 p m.
For Maul ports, per stmr. Claudlne,
lalllng today at 5 p. in Mrs J. D.
Holt Jr and child, Miss Hartwell, W.
T Robinson, A, N. Kepolkal, F. A.
Putter and wife, G. SI. Hancock, Mrs.
Voi. Tempsky C D. Lulkln C A.
GrLham, Mrs M. E Borba nnd child.
For Hllo nnd way ports, per stmr.
Kfiiuu sailing today nt tf p m Mrs.
innan Mrs Wm. Lldgate. O W Carr,
Mrs JtTfkson nnd three cnlldrcn, C.
Sueckewald, F W Tajlor. Rev. Z.
S K. Paaluhl, Rev D Kaal, f, C.
Oman and wife, W. F. Drake, Poon
Kwal Leong. C. Knlser, L M. Wulto
t nun and Palmer Woods.
For San Francisco, per O. S. S. SI
cira Mav 27. Dr. Geo. W. Burgess,
Mrs Annie J Burgess, I)r and Mrs.
. B. Wood and daughter, B. F. Dil
lingham and wife, Mrs A. Barnes,
Mrs A C Pferdner and child, Thos.
E. Wall Miss M M. Richer, J. B.
Kennj, Mrs A. L. Appelmatt, Mrs. V.
E. Owens Miss Owens, Roy Owens,
Frederick Warde and company, Mrs.
C H Allen John McGregor, Georga
Mc I.aughlln, It Murray, W, McIIoy
J iJalv, A J Ljon an8 wife, C. P
St John J Merrlfield, W. H. Baiott.
Mrb J D Long.
For San Francisco, per O. S S.
ntura Maj 0 Bishop Nichols, Mlbs
Nichols ?'rB T. N Kay and child,
Lev O Tompkins and wife, J F.
I.-organ Dr and Mrs. Hodglns, Misses
t, and L Macquarrle, George W.
Sje-ncer and wife, Mrs. F 11. Wlnslovv
jji.uh ,vi i-nme, joun a. duck, a. I.
Morrison and wife, Capt. Matson, wife
and daughter; Miss Campbell, J, F.
Codey, C F Helm, wife and daugh
ter; T E Hudson, John Stewart, W.
(I Smith K E. Wnttlngford. J N
,Wattlngford, A. O. Benjamin, Miss
.Mao i.anciegon, A. u, Scnelulcker and
wife, M. D Vnuvclles, J. J. Sullivan,
E J Cotton, W. II. Davles, C. A.
Herbert, Frederick Holmeck, J Mur
ray, Mrs Emma Westrope, Mrs. S.
Jones Mrs. Nlstwltz and child, F.
I'anson wlfo and child, J A Butter
held Mrs J J Murphy. A. J West
re pe and wife, p. I). Day, Edward
Blown Edward C. Anslean, Miss A.
Betiillxon two children.
Pauline I'm so busy now
Penelope Doing what'
Pauline Ob mnkltK rarnmils 1
never eat any confectioner's candy
during Lent Detroit Free Press.
THIS WEKK we offer jou a couple of dozen very beautiful Jackets nnd
gewns of flllk and .satin, which liavo come to lis ns samples of tho skill of
n tnmoui Now York ladles' tailor. Doing samples, they are, of course, espe
cially well made that's human nature.
Wo don t Intend to carry the line. We haven't room. We must do one
of two things, either send back these samples or sell them at actual cost.
K.iall we send them back? It's up to ou.
1 CREAM SILK JACKET with Normandy laco Insertion,
trimmed with black velvet ribbon $15 00
1 PINK CHINA 8ILK HOUSE JACKET, with laco ap
ptlque trimming 10.00
1 BLUE CHINA SILK HOUSE JACKET with Venlsoln-
t PINK CHINA SILK JACKETwith applique trimming.. 9.00
1 PINK CHINA SILK EMPIRE GOWN trimmed with ap
plique and ribbon 15 00
1 BLUE CHINA SILK EMPIRE GOWN trimmed with
Normandy laco 15 00
1 PINK and WHITE SILK STRIPED CHALLIE EMPIRE
GOVN trimmed with black velvet ribbon 12.50
1 BLUE and WHITE SILK STRIPED CHALLIE EMPIRE
GOWN with nppllqiio trimmii.g 12.50
1 BLUE FOULARD DRESS with lace applique 25 00
1 BLACK TAFFETA SILK SKIRT 1500
f WHITE LAWN DRESS trimmed with Valenciennes
lien and, ribbon and with tucked voke 12.50
1 WHITE POINT d'ESPRIT DRE8S, tucked wnlstband
skirt trimmed with whlto satin ribbon 25 00
1 WHITE POINT d'ESPRIT DRLSS trimmed with rut
tW -mil edged with whlto satin ribbon, allovcr laco
y il 3 25 00
HOME KULE PARTY
WAITS FOK WILCOX '.
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step or not Huwover, I will say that
1 will stand lu what ilcox has to sav
"The whol plan vte h.ive in view li
to defeit Governor Dole In whnt will
undoubtedly be his policy of wholesale
domlnci'riug when he icturns to Hono
lulu We want the control of the Legis
lature If we 1 an get It and we nre go
ing to Bee to It tint we do get control
Achl and othei have said that we will t.
be defeated uu an) of the Islands 1
have Intel letteii from all over, fiom
men of my own partj and (rom sonic ol
other parties and thej all tell me that
we hive mined lu stieugth.
"The polte. of President Roosevelt
has nlio-vn us that In local affairs we
must look to ourselves If there Is to be
an) help at all In the affairs of our
Territory f will not say that what
Roosevelt did wis wiong or not. He li
the head of the nation and I do not
caro to niy what I thlnR However, j.
I will my that he did not know ver f,
well the lonilltlnni down here or he f
never would hive done as lie did. I .'J
' There la onlj one thing to do We Ji
must be lu such a majority In the li
Legislature that we will have absolute fl
say 33 to whit shall Le done In the'jj
succeeding two vears after we nie call- J?
ed together The people miiit r.ilc. W .
cannot have It an other way If we
do not right fur our rights we will hnvo
a rcpetltlnn of a history of the past
nine jeiri I am not alone In this
opinion The better educated of my
people ind iujo) white men leallze
that It t. neieiwarj that something be
done to get the powei lu the hands ol
"In a recent letter from Delegate
Wilcox he stated that he had not seen
Prenlilpnt feno.eirlt with reference to
the governorship mattei as ho believed
It would do no good He had infoima
tlon that the President lnd already
made up 111 4 mind about Dole and that
any imount of talking would do na
"I might j.h well sav now that there
are min In the Home Rule partv who
feel that ultimately we will have to Join
lone of the great parties of the United
states iteretoioie ine inciinaiiuu
has been di-e I ledl) toward the Ilepubll-
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can pirty mil since Hearing or mo ucci-
Islon of President Itosevelt there has
been a chanw of base and there Is now
a leaning toward the Democratic party
"Ther has been a lot of talk about
the primaries of the Home Rule party
and It ha beeu stated that It Is the In-
j tentlon of tho Home Rule part) to
adopt the HyMeni aliculy adopted by
the Republican part) and in force all
over the Mainland I wish to say that
we had primaries at the latt eleetlon
and tint In this respect we aio right In
line wl'th every other party Wo shall
continue the ame sstem this year
only theie in to he a mote careful or
ganization" ilfflffSJIT HERE
I-nst night the I'nlversltj of Califor
nia student of this fit) held a meeting
at I'aiialu hail I'uualiou, to make at
rangements foi a fitting reception to
Dr. Uenjamin Ide Wheeler, president
of the Unlverslt) of California, who la
expected to eoiue to these Islands very
soon It turned out. however, that no
one of tbone pieent knew definitely
at what time Dr Wheeler Is to an ho
It Is known that the doctor has aaept
cd an invitation to vUlt a well known
resident here ami also that several let
ters have bL.eu reeelved bj lesldents ol
this elty from Di Wlieelei 'concerning
his plans o It was decided to call it
meeting foi Motul evening. May 12,
at 8 o'clock at I'au ihl Hall, to get fin.
titer Information and to mako pl.inn.
The itsldimt graduates of Ileikele) will
be notified by the becietaij
At the nu'tftliig list night the seern
tary was abo Instructeel to coinmunl.
cute with Dr Wlieelei to find out what
his plans nre bo that niiaiigcnients for
his reception can be tallied out on n
I P Cohen of the bnsohall ieuguo lias
not taken any fuilliei action In tlio ie
cent baseball Imbroglio Tho members
of tho league ue'ln hopes that tho
trouble ran be adjusted so that Mi.
Cohen will foed willing to lenialu and
help out during (lie tuasou
The Remnant Sale continues another
week. The bargains are by no means
all gone yet.
For Wont Column See Page Six
WANTED A boy to learn'trade. Geo
Haffnei, Masonic Temple, Ahkea
U AllA MALI OPERA
MAY 8 to 26, 1902
The Great Dramatic Event
A bilcf season of 12 perform
ances onl) and first appear
ances in Honolulu of tho cml
nent actor, Mr.
and his distinguished organlza
tlon, who will present the fol
Thursday MAY 8 Night
flaturdo) MAY 10 Matinee
Saturday MAY 10 Night
Tuesday MAY 13 Night
Thursdav MAY 15 Night
I tJul iitiouiu ctl Curtain nlliM at
hpm fcliarp Carriage may be ordered
Complete Scenk Production, armour
losiunic eti ifcUII I much t lor each
IJa Mw Mr arde original luuimri
Ins com pi it). Including Mew Charlrt
11 iirrmaii lurry Jotuiitoue Ilirr) C
Hirton Iraticit I) MrCdmi lnhn H
II) ue MUhei Aiitionctie Ahtou irjinla
I'tcw nntoti May i urue Aiietii ner
telle and 13 "tlierf
SCAM' OK PRIC'I S Fiilltr limor
tlo.jr, fi 50 Famllj Clnle except front
nm (ut lifiev.rioio Mixes 1 1
V Hi-culir nlrul il.Utu i
ft S'JK,?;,, .fn!
cuhr hileol ticket tm nptii nt Will
plil aller u it ilo. It
reorn,air u,iltw ttal.l I.
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ji iorniiuiiiine y(
Every evening during tho week except
THE FUNNIEST YET
A ROARING COMEDY DRAMA.
NEW YORK DAY BY DAY,
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
DR. JEKYLUHD MR, HYDE
SATURDAY MATINDE nnil NIGHT
A NUTMEG MATCH
O'phctim Popular Prices 25c, GOc, 75c
MATINEE PRICES 15c nnd 25c.
A listless looking womun came into
,i cm unci diopplng languidly Into a
sent bj the side of an aceiualntuuio,
drawled out lazilj :
"La, Het, Is this jou?"
"Whj Mag how aio ou?" was tho
equally languid rcplj.
"Where ou goln', Het?"
"Now liars Whero jou goln"""
"Well, then" I guess I'll Just diag
along with jou " Llpplncott's Magazine
65 Queen St.
At Public Auction
On Wednesday, May 7, 1902
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Or. tho premises, by order of Mr,
KIIANK li. IIOOQS. administrator of
tho estate of lull. 7. E. KHOU8I2, de
ceased, t wilt sell at Public Auction
the business known as tho "Arlington
Hotel Annc," situated on Hotel
Mrcct, near Tort, In tho very heart of
the city Tho hotel contains twenty
cno rooms, all well furnished. A
lenso for flvo years from ScpHembor
1st, 1901, goci with tho property.
A valuation of $1230 has been plac
ed on tho property, but It will bo
started at an upset price of S0t.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
FOR SALE ! !
HERE ARE BARGAINS
riRST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Ileretanla street, adjoin
ing residence of C, Hustnto V.eq.: 130
feet on Ucrctanla street, 171 feet
deep; prlco $9000; ono half casti, bal
ance on mortgago 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 239 Kinau St,
tt present occupied by Mr A. Lucas.
I'roscrty has a frontage on Klnau St.
cf 115 feet and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises threo Dedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, Kltcfien, Ilath,
laigo Carriage Houso. Prlco $1500.
Terms, ouo-half cash; balanco on
mortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. The lot
has a right of way entrance to Hero
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St.
100 feet, depth 121 foot.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
$4000. One half cash, balance on
mortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to norctanla Si.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
85 Queen St