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SC EVENING BULLBTIN, I10NOLTJLTT, H. T., WEDNESDAY, AUO. 6, 1902.
MONDAY, AUGUST 4th
A WEALTH OF
A little drapery decorating about tho liouso goes a long wny to
ward making it attracts c, as svery lady Knows. Wo ara (mowing an
excellent lino of handsomo mateilals, many of which nro dlsplajed In
our show window. Tho designs and patterns nro unusually pretty
and tho prices exceedingly low. Call and seo them.
The newest Oriental effects.
Many colors and pretty designs.
Excellent for tablo covers.
Width 3li Inches.
Price 30c per Yard
For curtain and drapery ef
fects. Width 31 Inches.
Price 20c per Yard
50 Inches wide.
50c and 60c per Yard
Very dainty for curtains and
draperies. Width CO inches.
60c and 65c per Yard
Now attractUo designs nnd
colors, for draperies, etc. Width
I5c per Yard
Colors, Ycllovy, rink and
Green. Width 50 Inches.
40c and 50b per Yard
WHITE and ECRD
Excellent curtain material. 60
45c, 50c and 60c per Yard
Full lino in all widths and
Come and see them all If only
out of curiosity.
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HENRY LABOUCHERE. LONDON'S FAMOUS EDITOR.
RATHER HASTY Tllld
CUBAN IS CONVICTED
WITHOUT FAIR SHOW
ESTATE OF A YOUNG HEIRESS.
THE NATURALIZATION BUSI
NESS SPANISH INTERPRE
TER FOR THE COURT.
REPORT OF WHAT WAS
DONE hi GARDEN ISLE
SPEECHES AT NEARLY EVERY
PLACE ON KAUAI GREAT EN
THUSIASM OF NATIVES.
has Imitators some dealers
will substitute if )ou don't
watch out. He sure )ou get
Coke, the original guaranteed
cure for Dandruff, falling h.ilr,
scalp exema, etc. A clash
on the hair alter bathing pre
cnts colds. Awarded medals
nnd all honors at Paris Expo
sition o cr all compititors.
Sold Everywhere. Uook about It (ret.
Cok frtndrufl Cure In untTf rtallf
"Jol n W, Iran. nrrannnf orfic lal
A. R. BKBA1BR CO., CIIICAOO.
& Toilet Soap
cleans the hiir anil scalp,
clears the complexion. Great
for the bath.
rOR SALE UY HODIION DRUO CO.
fort and King Sts.
WOMEN BARBERS OF CHICAGO.
HIGH ART PLUMBING
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EX, VENTURA AND NEVADAN
Shrimps, I lb, and 2 lb. tins, "Sea Gull" Fresh Grabs
"Snow Flake" Asparagus, Tomatoes, Corn and Salmon,
Lemon and Chocolate Sugar Wafers. Fresh Turnips,
Salinas and Garnets Potatoes, Enchllados, Tamales,
Olives, Russian Sardines, Anchovies, Holland Herrings,
BURGLAR and FIRE PROOF SAFES
We have just received a large assortment of the famous
HERRING-HALL-MARVIN SAFE GO'S SAFES
These safes are considered the very best made, ; :
The public are invited to inspect the exhibit at our
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Pedro Rodrlgucs, Cuban, was found
guilty of larceny in the second degree
jestcrday afternoon. After the vcr-
dlct tt as rendered the defendant mad?
a statement denying his guilt. He said
he had bought from u Porto Illcan for
(7 the gold watch that he was accused
of stealing. The seller was afterward
sent to Jail but released some weeks
ago. II. W. Hobinson for defendant
Informed tho court that Kodrigucs had
told him he had witnesses in jail. The
attornej also spoko of the short notice
given lilm of his assignment to defend
tho prisoner. Judge Gear postponed
sentence until Thursday morning and
hn ma then set aside the verdict on
the ground that the man had not had a
Carl Woltcrs, German, was natural
ized by Judgo Gear yesterday. Natu
ralization may be performed hy any
court of record. Thcro have been few
naturalizations In tho Territorial
courts, becnuse an absurdly high fco
was fixed there Immediately after tha
Organic Act came Into force. Tho mod
erate feo in tho Federal court has at
tracted neatly all tho business there.
but Judgo Kstce is now taking a short
George Macaulay Is acting as Spanish
interpreter for the August term.
T. I. Dillon has returned a master
report on tho accounts of A. IJ'. Wood,
guardian of Genevieve Dowsett, ap
proving them except two small items.
The e!tato is valued at $178,222 00, pro
ducing an Income of $3000 annually.
An lnentory of tho late William
Thompson's estate shows a aluatlon
of about $1200.
'I LIKE E
ONLY A FEW DAYS
I must close out my stock. No rcasonablo offer refused. Unh'eard-of
Bargains in all lines going for Almost Nothing, Itemember, this record
breaking ealo will only last for a fow days longer. Take Advantage of It.
In the Homo Rulo of esterday Is an
article on Representative Kmmoluth In
which Delegato Wilcox Is reported to
"Wen I was at tho Capitol In Wash
ington Emmoluth tried to knlfo mo In
the buck by going to Senator Kalau
okalanl, J. A. Aklna, F. W. Ilecklcy
and others, with tho proposition of
Keeping me from getting the Delegate
ship again. However, his proposal did
not meet with favor. For this reason
he turned around and tried to pull
Senator Kalauokalanl down from the
leadership of tho Home Rule party,
"The man who will betray his own
friends will betray the nation. For
this reason I would ndvlso barring Gm
meluth for ull tlmo from tho ranks of
tho Homo Rulo party."
WIVES BY PURCHASE.
Wives aro still obtnlncd by puichasa
In parts of Russian Kurope. In the
district of Knmschln, on tho Volga,
for example, this is practically tho only
way In which marriages nro brought
about. Tho prlco of a pretty girl from
a well to do family ranges from 10 to
20, and In special cases a much high
U1 IVT.,... -.-. CJ. . x. er sum Is obtained. In tho villages tho
lb Nuuanu otreet lowest unco u about b. h u cu
tomary for the fathers of tho Intending
brldo and "bridegroom to haggle for a
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tho lad A young farmer whoso fntli
er cannot afford to pay for a wlfo for
him need not think of getting married
Now York Herald
The Bulletin, 75 cepU per month.
The following is a translation from
the Home Rulo of August 5 of the re
port of the work of Delegato Wilcox
and other Home Rule workers on tho
On Tuetdny, July 22. DelcgaU R W.
Wilcox, Senator D. Kalauokalanl, D.
Kalauokalanl Jr. and J. A. Aklna,
Speaker of the House of Representa
tives, left in the W. O. Hall for Kauai.
arriving at Nawlllwlll at 3 o'clock tin
next morning. They took hacks nnd
went to Kapaa where they were tho
guests of J. 11. Klllona. The Home
Rule leaders rested there a while and
partook of a sumptuous repast which
had been prepared in their honor.
On the evening of the same day,
thero was a big meetlug In the Kapaa
church, tills place being so crowded
that listeners were forced to stand on
the outsldo of the windows and doors
The leaders made rousing speeches
to the people exposing the machina
tions of the enemies of the Homo Rut4
party. Tho meeting began at 7 o'clock
and It was not until 12 midnight that
tho last word was spoken, There were
three cheers aud the Binglug of "Ha
On Thursday, July 21, the leaders
went on to Han.ilel and upon thilr ar
rival there, the found tho people wait
ing most anxiously tor them. Tho
meeting was started at S o'clock outsldo
on the lnunl of Mr. Kekuapuhl's house.
Tho enthusiasm was as great in Haua-
lei as it had been In Kapaa.
On Friday, the leadeis went back tho
other way, stopping at Kallhlwai, Ana-
hola and Kapaa and making rousing
speeches there. A big dunu was given
at the last named place b one of tho
joung men. While tho leaders wcro in
dulging in tho good things set before
them they were sought out aud asked
to spiak again because the people had
not jet become latlsAed.
On Saturday, the leaders went to Ko
loa where a meeting was held on tho
veranda of tho plantation store It was
12 o clock befoio this meeting was
On Sunday Hnnapepe and Wnlmea
wcio visited. Thero was a big meeting
at the former place nud it was found
that tho Homo Rulers ate as staunch
as over. In the afternoon, the leaders
reached the home of Senator Nuka
paahu, remaining there for tho night.
On the Monday following, the trip
to Kekaha was mado In answer to tho
urgent reipiests of pcoplo of that plac
The samo nftornoon, tho lenders re
turned to Walmea where a big mass
meeting was held, lasting from S to i
On the same night a convention of
tho delegates to choose candidates for
the Legislature was held at the Home
of Senator Nakapaahu, tho following
being the icstilt
Tor Senator- Hon. I II Knhllliu.
Tor Representatives: Hon J. A.
Aklna. J K. Kanuvval, Robert l'ulkl
cud Charles Wake.
One hundred nnd fifty Chicago wo
men earn n living every da shaving
men and cutting hair. There arc twen
ty -five or tlility barber uhaps In the
Ity where women are cmplojcd ex
clusively. Fifteen cnrs ago there was
but one woman barber In Chicago. Hut
today there are 150 women barbers In
Chicago nnd they nrc not confined to
tny particular part of the city. The)
arc scattered through all sections nnd
have succeeded In dissociating them
selves from the novelty that accom
panied their entrance Into a field so
long dominated by men.
Now that tho feminine razor nitlstn
hive established themselves firmly In
the Industrial field they arc consldei
Ing the organization of a union that
shall Include all of the woman barbers
of Chicago Most of them look upon
this step as the salvation of their busi
ness, for they have grown to that pe
riod of development where they feel
the need of cooperation and self-protection.
In splto of tho fact that woman bar
bers have Increased ISO times In num
bers In Chicago during tho last decade
and a half, tho supply Is not equal to
the demand at the present time. This
is due as much to the growing popu
larity of women In this line as to any
other cause, but there Is one clement In
this connection that Is more romantic.
Persons who conduct barber shops
In which women are cmplojcd ara
bothered moro by marriage than by
any other one thing.
"It Is really remarkable," said a
joung woman In a Washington street
shop the other day. "No less than halt
a dozen nlrls emplo)od In this shop
have married within the last two jears
nnd most of them met their husbands
while they vvero working on them In
the chair. The matrimonial game has
grown so strong here that now we ex
pect two weeks' notice when a girl In
tends to quit and get married, and
sometimes she Is asked to work n week
or two nfter tho ceremony has been
performed becauso It Is so hard to get
any ono to tako her place."
Woman barbers as n class ate more
than satisfied with their occupation,
I wouldn t chungo Into nny other
line If I could " Bald this snmo woman.
"I am compelled to work and I do not
know of nn thing I could do that would
bo as easy nnd nt the same time bring
me so much money. In most Chicago
shops woman barbers receive a com
mission of the profits of their chnlrs.
This amounts to not less than $10 a
week, which Is not a bad salary for a
woman. Tho work Is light too light
for men I nm Inclined to think and I
find It not nt all unpleasant. The time
has passed when n woman barber was
regarded as a freak. Few men como
Into our shop nowndavs for tho novel
ty of tho thing. We have our regular
customers. Just ns the) do In other
shops, get our tips tho samo as other
barbers do, and I tor one am wholly
satisfied with the business, People
who don't know an) thing about tho
work turn up their noses when some
one sn)s 'woman barber' to them. Well,
they're wrong, and this uttltude of tho
public Is becoming less and less no
ticeable nil tho time." Chicago Tribune.
BATH'S PLUMBING ESTABLISHMC NT.
Interior View; Located at 165 King Street, opposite Young Building.
This upto-dato plumbing shop Is tho result of a very rapidly increasing
business nnd was mado necessary on account of tho cramped quarters for
merly occupied on Rlchnrds street. To make a display of the largo and
fine stock of sanitary plumbing materials tho now shop wns opened.
A full line of the world famed Douglas Closets Is carried, which aro pro
vided with either high or low- tanks nnd nro as near
noiseless In their operation ns closets can bo mado. They nro constructed
on tho s)phou principle, which mal'os a strong suction that thoroughly
washes tho bowl. These closets aro add under a written guarantee, and ar
nlso guaranteed against leakage, no charge being made for repairs.
People today aro pnjlng much attention to sanitation and sanitary
plumbing Is one of tho requisites In over)' modern restdenco. Yhe BATH
SHOP is tho leader In sanitary plumbing nnd jcars of experience and a
largo force of capable, workmen enables Mr. Hath to do work equal If not
superior to any other shop In tho Islands.
A lino of rolled rim enameled Path Tubs arc on hand, as well as open
lavatories. Theso aro highly Sanitar: Goods, and fEo connections aro nick
el, making them artistic In appearance
Ono of tho latest Improved Wash Travs may bo seen on exhibition.
These goods nro all connected with the city water mains and may be seen
In full operation at the store The public aro Invited to call and make In
spection of these goods.
Mr. Rath will call and glvo figures on work nt any time. Ho also gives
all work Intrusted to him bis pcrscna supervision.
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The most economical and most effi
cient lamp Is tho now Adams Bagnall
Enclosed Are Lamp. They will burn
over eighty hours with ono trimming
nnd burn without fluttering or noise,
giving a soft and penetrating light.
Caso Ik mado of stamped sheet capper
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Bcnhnm I bcllevo a woman can love
two men nt tho same time.
Mrs. Deiihaiii If she Is a married
woman she has to try to,
Henhnm What do )ou mean?
Mrs. Ilcnham She has to try to Iovo
her husband, and ho Isn't tho same man
when they havo company that he I J
when they haven't nny Brooklyn
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Wo often st'rollod tho upper deck
And watched the moonlight on tho
I came at Oniric's call and beck
And made iliuelf a willing slave.
I fancied quite she enrod for mo.
When I nnd Dulcle wero nt sea.
Hut now- that wo are on tho land
And steamer chairs aro not In voguo,
With suitors, too, on every hand
To flirt with Dulclo Bly )oung
I wonder If she cares for me.
And find that I am still at sea!
The Grippe. This can bo avoided by
taking tcaspoonful doses of PAIN
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