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EVENING . BULLETIN. .HONOLULU. H. T TUESDAY, JUNB U. It02.
Unless you visit our Btore frequent
ly you' scarcely know of tho possibili
ties that exist tliero for hnndsomo
Tliero's not a steamer comes In but
what brings us tlio latest novelties
anil new Roods for every department.
This week wo nro making o special
showing of tha following:
New York, June 12. Announcement
was made today that n three jcars
contract had been Blgned by the Pacific
Moll gtcamshlp Company and tho Pa
nama Railroad Company, by the tcrmi
of which tho first-named' company will
have control of trafllc originating at
nnd destined to points on tho Pacini!
coast north of Panama. The agreement
becomes operative at once so far as It
affects coastwlso tratnr. the agreement
goes Into effect at the expiration ol
This new contract cancels the one en
tered Into In March of last year be
tween the Pacific Mall, the Paclfla
Steam Navigation nnd the Chilean
Company, so far as traffic north of Pa
nama Is concerned. It Is understood
that contracts affecting trufllc south ol
Panama arc now being considered by
the Pacific Mall and Panama conipa-nles.
COTTON COVERT CLOTH
For Outing and Vacation Skirts
Wo havo It In Blue, Drown and
Green, also In checks and stripes.
Width, 28 inches'.
7 Yards for $1,00
NEW WHITE PIQUES
Something decidedly new and at
tractive In Figures and Plaids. Very
25c and 30c per Yard
ALL WOOL GOODS
With Embroidered Stripes
Beautiful goods for Steamer Waists,
colors. Red, Green, Old Rose, Orey,
Brown, Lavender. Width 28 Inches.
$1,00 per Yard
Also n complete, lino oi French
GOOD QUALITY WHITE QUILTS
Full sizes and a largo stock. You
would pay for them at other places
$1.00. Our prlco 85 cents.
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DIRECT FROM ENGLAND
Ex Ship " YOLA"
A LARGE SIIIPA1BNT OF
BITS AND SPURS
BLACK AND 6ALV.
CORRUGATED IRON ROOFING
BARBOUR'S SHOE THREAD
BUCKETS AND TUBS
CROWN SOAP AND
KNIVES AND FORKS
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
in New Orleans
New Orleans. Juno 12. An Italian
vendetta has begun here which promi
ses to lead to many deaths. An Italian
was mysteriously killed In Poydras
street nbout a month ngo. Though thu
shooting was In broad daylight on n
crowded street eye-witnesses professed
to be unable to recognize any of tho
participants. Last night Salvador Lu
ciano, who keeps a grocery and wlna
room nt Uasln and Poydras streets, was
sitting In n front room writing to nil
mother In Italy. Ills brother LouU
nnd some friends were In tho rear room
playing cards. Suddenly five or six
men rushed In and attacked Salvador
killing him Instantly with three revol
ver and eleven knlfo wounds. They
then rushed Into the rear room, shoot
ing and stabbing as they went. Vln-
cenio Vetura fell dead with a dozen
wounds In his body.
Washington. Juno II. Representa
tive McCall of Massachusetts today pre
sented to the House a memorial signed
by Clinrlcs Francis Adams, Andrew
Carnegie, Carl Schurz, Edwin Uurrltt
Smith and Herbert Welsh, asking that
a Congressional committee of Invest!
gatiou be appointed to go to the Philip
pines to Inquire Into and report upon
conditions existing there. Carncglo's
signature was authorized by cable. Tho
memorial Is dated at Boston and BtatCR
that tho signers are a committee ap
pointed nt u recently held meeting ot
persons. Irrespective of party. Interest
U In the policy pursued by the United
States toward the Philippines. ,
Treat Your JEw 1
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'"THE BEST" IWrjl
The nppR llint nlpflcpo IWTCH
the best dcodIc. MUtH
Bottled at the Brewery. Wjm
Fred Miller Brewing Co. tnl'litl I
Milwiukc. vlli M
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
"WATER CURE" IS NOT
NEW AMERICAN IDEA
Filipino Talks About What is Stir
ring Up Congress Only Way
to Make Natives Tell Truth
No Harm in It.
The Pride of the Home
FROM WRECKED CONDOR
Victoria. II. C. Juno 12. The Do
mlnlou Government steamer Quadra
(tinned this afternoon from n trip
along the west const In search of the
missing scaling schooner Hatzlc, which
Is now a month overdue and has been
given up as lost with her crew of live
whites nnd twenty-four Indians. Th
Quadra found a. great quantity nt
wreckage along tho coast and brought
some ot It down, but none can be posi
tively Identified as coming from tho
Captain Wnlbran reports that on the
Scott Islands, north of Vancouver Isl
and which are seldom visited, wreck
age Is piled up to a height of eight feet.
Much of this Is from II. M. S. Condor,
the collier Matteawan, which went
down off Cape Flattery, and tho Walla
Walla, sunk In collision with tha
French bark Mnx off the California
toast. The current set In on tho Isl
ands, carrying the flotsam of the sea to
their rocky shores. Tho crew of tho
Quadra were unable to find the human
body said to have been washed ashora
on tho Islands, but found the remains
of a Bea lion which may havo led to
the report concerning a body.
A Combination of Art and Utility. Used by many In preference to other
makes of tho samo prlco. It Is demonstrating its merits. Built to Sew Well
and to Last. Call and Inspect tho different Btyles.
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Sole Agents tor tho Hawaiian lalanilH.
Before It Is Too Late!
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CLYDE PITCH ILL,
Now York, Juno 12. According to
private Information received hero,
Clydu Fltcb, the dramatist, who re
cently went abroad for his health. Is
suffering from appendicitis. It was
hoped, after a short stay at Florence,
that ho had nearly recovered his
health, but a Homo physician who
was called pronounced his illness ap
pendicitis, and tho playwright hurried
ly left for Ucrnu, Swlterlanu, to con
sult a specialist In tho hopo of secur
ing relict without a Biirglcal operation.
WORLD'S BIGGEST DOCK.
Now York, Juno 12. Plans aro be
ing prepared and property acquired
for building tho greatest dry dock In
l tho wot Id on tho eastern shore of Sta-
ten isiauu, not iur irom yuaraminu,
This Is Bald to bo only one ot tho en
terprises contemplated by tho organ
izers of tho new shipbuilding combine
including the Union Iron Works.
The Manila American correspondent
at Ilolll w rites his paper as follows on
tho "water cure":
Nicholas Roses, native, made a most
rcmarkablo statement concerning thu
"water cure" to your correspondent a
few days ago. Roses Ib the presidents
of Dingle, one of the prominent title
of Pinay, and an ex-lender of an Insur
gent column under General Dclgado in
the old days of Insurrection. Slnco tha
surrender of his chief he has been
loyal to American authority, nnd be
lieves that tho best Interest of hlj
people lies In their obedience to Am
erican rule. Senor Hoses Is a full
blood Filipino and among the most
enlightened of his race. His statements
not only throw light upon the applica
tion and effect of the "water cure," but
also give a bit ot unwritten hlBtory
concerning tho secret band of DakuU
which oicrnted In Dumongns swamps
nnd contiguous vicinity during tho In-
burrectlon In I'anay.
According to him, the administering
of tho "water euro" was neither attend
ed by cruelty or Injury aside from mo
mentary Inconvenience, and that In
stead of being harmful to the natives
It often did them good. He says that
the treatment was habitually practiced
by Filipinos upon their kind long bo
fore American occupation and that
nothing was thought of It. In fact, li-i
Insists that It Is the only harmless way
to induco the commou Tao to" speak
the truth. If he Is to bo credited, the
natives of Panny including thoso put
to this liquid test, have no resentment
against American officers, but, on thu
contrary, ho declares they think It Is
making a mountain out of a mnle hill
to invcstlgato so trivial a matter. Hi
Is sure that no native ever suffered
moro than temporary Inconvenience
from It h application, nnd that It hasten
ed tho pacification of this Island. Ho
eajfs that In comparison with some of
tho customs practiced upon the natives
by tho Spanish, nnd those practiced
among tho Filipinos themselves, tlui
"wnter euro" was humane In the ex
treme. Speaking of tho Dakuts, he says that
they operated Independently of tho In
surgent army, and that tho band was
organized uh a scheme of vengeance
against "Amerlcanlstns." Ho clalnn
that In many Instances the names ol
Qulntln Sails and other leaders wcro
used as a shield by tbeso guerrillas.
The fnct of the matter appears to bo
that of all the Islands In the archipela
go, I'anay standB first In peace. Tip)
credit for this nnturally belongs to
thoso who conducted tho inmpnlgn on
behalf of tho United States Army. Pa
cific results wero osked for and they
wcro obtained In a most tempornto
way, and tho general feeling nmong
tho natives of this Island Inward Am
erican oulcerB Is one of gratitude rath
er than resentment. Hoses undoubted
ly voices the sentiment of the substan
tial Filipinos of Fanny, notwithstand
ing that one Lopez of Molo. has regis
tered an oath In Heaven to nvengo tho
Insult Intllcted on him by nn American
o Ulcer, who Induced htm to partake of
a small quantity of sea water.
Rejoice at Progress
New York. June H. Nntlonnl offl
ccrs of the Woman's Sultrago Assoclu
tlon. who have been holding n business
session at the home of tho president,
Mrs Carrie Chapman Catt. at llenson
hurst, L. I., to plan for tho work of the
coming year, have ndopted resolutions
expressive of rejoicing over the prog
rcss made recently In the legal rights
of women In different parts of the
lteferrlng to the fnct that national
suffrage has Just been granted to tin1
705,10" women of Australia by a prae
tlcally unanimous vote of both houses
of the federal Parliament, the ofllcl.il
board added: "We believe the women
of America are not Inferior to those ol
Australia In Justice nnd chivalry."
Further occasion for Jubilation was
found In the action of Mnkncliusettx
In making mothers equal guardians ol
their minor children w Ith their fathers
ot Mniyland. In admitting women to tint
bar. anil In the recent passage by many
other States of laws enlarging the per
Fonal and propctly rights of women.
Among those who attended the meet
lug were: Susan U. Anthony Ijiurn H
Clay of Kentucky. Mrs. II. T. I'pton ot
Ohio, Kate M. Gordon of Louisville and
Hcv. Anna Shaw of Pennsylvania.
To Visit Middle
West and South
Washington. June II. The President
will start on n somewhat extended trip
through the West and Northwest dur
ing the latter part of September. He
has accepted Invitations to go to De
troit. Minneapolis and other cities, re
turning by way of Springfield, III,
where he will attend tho Stnto fair on
October 2. This date was decided on
today, when Senator Cullom presented
a delegation headed by President Con
rad of the Fair Association.
Some time in October tho President
will make a trip through tho Southwest
his objective points being tho fair at
San Antonio and a bear hunt In the
swamps of Mississippi. Tho Itinerary
for this trip has not been definitely nr
ranged. The Journey may Include
points In Kansas and Nebraska going
out and Ntev Orleans nnd other cities
returning. Senator Foraker saw thq
President today to arrange for the call
of a committee who want the President
to visit Ohio while he Is In the West.
Softens up contracted cords and
Stlffmusclcs. Its warming, pen
etrating efTcct reaches almost
to the marrow. No one need
be drawn over or drawn up by
contracted cords or stiffened
muscles if they will rub well the
parts affected with Kickapoo
Indian Oil night and morning.
It takes a little time to cure bad
cases but Kickapoo Indian Oil
will do it.
SOPTENS CONTRACTED CORDS
" I suffered from the effects of a sprained
ankle, contracted cords and stiffened joints
and muscles, for thirty five yearr, and tried
everything I heard of without getting relief.
Recently I read about Kickapoo Indian Oil
and am happy to write you that rny : "Vic
and other troubles arc entirely cured," Mrs.
Huntley, aB Houston Ave., Newport, R. I.
25 cts. a Bottle at a!! Druggists
Kaiser Would Extend
, the 0ldAge Pension
Ilerlln. June II Kmperor William
Is considering the extension of the old
age pension legislation. Conversing
with a recent American visitor aboui
the conditions of labor In the Fnlted
States, his majesty s.ild ho was deter
mined to make etnployeis contribute
to the suppott of their work people
when the latter were obi and Invalided.
They should not be thrown aside llko
old shoes after having given all their
best c,ii8 to their employers. Ger
many already hab a fairly comprehen
sive old-age pension system In opera
tlon, but the doles guaranteed arc nnt
sutllclent to maintain the receiver
without private aid. What the nmpernr
apparently Intends is to secure enough
to keep tho nged people bejond want.
Of course, they will have to contribute
a portion ot their wages throughout
their lives, which the stnto will Invest,
supplemented by a regular quota from
and also sorry for tho man who hasn't
an ELECTRIC FAN this kind o(
weather. Why melt nnd mop your
faco when for $15.00 Invested In 'an
electric fan you can have genulno cool
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
Kind Street. Telephone 300
The Transcendent Arc Light
500 C. P. Consumes nothing but or
dinary Kerosene Oil, Tho best light
known to sclcnco and tho cheapest.
Havo rocclved tho Highest Awards at
tho Pan-American Imposition. Suit
able for storo and halls, and aro In uso
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such as Wall,
Nichols Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Hollls
ter Drug Co., Mclncrny Shoo Store,
i:ilto Ico Cream Parlors, Hawaiian Ho
tel nnd others too numerous to men
tion. Wo nlso havo tho samo Arc
Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
nblo for lamps to bo placed In ytrds
as n protection against night prowlers.
Our lamps nro In uso tnroughout all
For further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO., '
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
Washington, June U. Representa
tive Hepburn, chairman of the House
Committee on Interbtutc and Korelgn
Commerce, together with the sub
committee members of tho committee
appointed to confer with the President
In regard to tho new Department ol
Commerce hill, now before tho commit
tee, lonfened with the President toduy
on that subject. The President totd
them he bad not given tho matter sum
dent attention to warrant him In ex
pressing any opinion as to what bu
reaus should bo Included In the new de
partment and It wns decided that he
should leconimend to the severnl Cibl
net olllcers tho selection by them ol
some one In tnch department compe
tent to confer with the committee as to . id
WIIUV UlUt'UUB BUUU11I UV Ill-Llim-U nun,-,
the several departments and Included J
In tho now department. !
After the confcience Hepburn stated I
thut there would not bo time for tlili
contemplated action at tho present ses
sion of Congress, and that It was prac
tically settled that tho measuro would
go over until the next session.
Porter Furniture Co.
First-class FURNITURE ot all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City. Now located in the
Fort Street, opp. Love Building,
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Kvery Day Affords New Proofs of tho
peculiar effects of PAIN-KIIJ.KIt. In
cases where a disordered condition ot
the stomach, liver and bowels Is com
bined with great debility, nervous
weakness, nnd Intense melancholy, I's
effects nro most beneficial and wonder
ful. It should be kept by overy family.
Avoid substitutes, there. Is but ono
Pnln-Klller, Perry Davis. Prlco 2Sc aud
DIHIiAHIl FROM DIUTV MONI1V.
Chicago, June 1 1. Kryslpclas, con
tracted by handling money In which
thu disease germ was linking, has neat
ly caused the death of Thomas ,1
Noonnn, trcasuier of thu Illinois The
ater. Dr. Theodore C. Koessel sayi
thut the joung man's nfllUtlnn was
i.iuseil by a bacillus etyslpelas, which
made Uh way fioni a piece of money to
Noonnn's linger ami later found lodg
ment In the victim's nnstills, where ,i
slight abrasion gave It a Held for opera
tion. The voiinc man lay at the point
of denth for pcvcial horns, but has.
passed tho cilsls and piobably will ie-lover.
FELS NAPTHA SOAP
WASHES CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING
REMOVES ALL GREASE AND PAINT STAINS
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
Albert V. Gear, President.
Emmett May, Secretary.
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