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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. It. T., WEDNESDAY, AUO. 20, 1302.
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AUG. 21st, S O'CLOCK
Knights of Pythias Open
AT SAN FRANCISCO
Their Annual Session
ENTIRE STOCK AT A SACRIFICE !
Wo will shortly remove to our new building, corner
of FORT and BERETANIA ST8., hence a
Sweeping Reduction of Everything. Never
before such breaking up of prices.
Entire stock must be sold.
VALUES NOT CON
SIDERED. BONA-FIDE SALE
San Francisco, Aup. 13. Notwlth- nla. lt.COl, Illinois, 44 103, Indlntu
standing the delay In tlio nrrlvnl of 12,9.17, Iowa, 20.S52; Kansas. 11,'lul
trains the opening sesBlon of the Su-1 Maine, 13.101. Massachusetts. 17.1SS
preme Lodge. Order of Knights of I'y- Michigan. 13,411; Missouri. 21.0(0. NVw
thias, In the American dining room of Jersey. 13.239; New York. 20,270; Ohio,
the Palace Hotel yesterday was well G0.1I5, I'entis hanl.i, 12,103; Ttxab
nttended. about 130 of the total mem- 16,511,
licrshlp of 131 answering the roll call.' The report of the board of conlro!
General Ogelen Hoffman Fetliors, Su-1 Endowment Hank, allowed that dm Ins
promo Chancellor of the Order, presld-' the last two flsc.il jcara 19.3(7 nppll
ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES AND SOLD FOR
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
ed, and there were also present all tlio
officers of the Supreme Lodge, ns fol
lows: Tracy It. Hangs, vice chancellor,
Oram! forks, N. I).; C. F. Easley, Su
premo Prelate. Santn Fe, N. M.j H. L.
C. White, Supreme Keeper of Records
and Seal, Nashville, Tcnn.; Thomas I).
Mearcs, Supreme Master of Exchequer,
Wilmington, N C; William Simmons,
Supreme Master at Arms, Wilmington,
Del.; Fred Emery lleane. Supreme In
ner Cluanl, Ilnllowell, Me.; John W.
Thompson. Supreme Outer Guard.
Washington, D. C, C. P. S. Neal, presi
dent of the board of control of the En
dowment Hank, Chicago, 111., and Ma
jor General James R. Carnahan of tan
Uniform Rank, Indianapolis, lnd.
Ileforn the formal opening of tbo
lodge W. C. Graves, on behalf of the
executive committee, delivered an ad
dress of welcome, to which an appro
priate response was made by the su
preme chancellor. The Supreme Lodgo
then went into secret session with dun
form and ceremony. The first business
was the adoption of the report of the
committee on credentials. Then tbo
supreme rank was conferred on forty
two past grand chancellors represent
ing twenty-seven different domains, aj
Alabama. J. B. Wadsworth and W. II
Wilder. Arizona, J. A. Knobloch, liar
ry A. Drachman and Fred Fleishman;
Arkansas, J. J. Doyne; Ilrltlsh Colum
bia, J. E. Evans; California, W. II.
Rodflsb, George II. Zat7enstcln, Jame
Ross. Louis p. McCarthy, L. S. Calkins,
and William T. Jeter; Colorado. Ctyda
C. Dawson; Connecticut, Frank E. Cut
ler; Indiana, Daniel E. Storms; Mary
land, Abraham C. Strife; Minnesota.
Arthur J. Stabbart; Nebraska, W. W.
Young; Nevada, J. I). Torcyson, E. E.
Winfrey and C. D. Zleglcr; New
ctions were considered and 1Ci!i ileatli
claims, amounting to $3.f 89.977. wen
paid. Since the organization o' th
re nk 9001 death claims, nggrc;:itlng
17.C36,4G2, tunc Lern paid. Tlio .o
cclpts were: 1901. $1,531,173; 1902 (I -975.077.
The disbursements were
J901, J1,.-..'.1,3S7; 1902. S2.0I0.38S, The
resources March 31, 1902, were $223,
101, exclusive of a monthly payment
due April 1 of $150,793. The liabilities
were $230,2."l. There were unpaid
March 31, 1902, 114 claims, aggregating
The report of Major General James
It. Carnahan, commander of the I'nl
form Rank, set forth that there nre
.S5S companies In good standing, or
ganized Into ninety-nine regiments and
twenty-four brigades. There arc In ad
dition twenty-fhe separate companies,
and warrants have been Itsuod for
twenty-three more. The growth of the
Rank during the past two years, he
said, has been most excellent.
The Supreme Chancellor announceJ
the appointment of J. F. Illl-ichcr of
Minnesota and Tully Scott of Co'orado
as supreme tribunes, to succeed those
whosa toims have expired, 'ihn un
nouncement was confirmed.
It was decided to hold sifslons of
the Supreme Lodge at 9:30 a. m. and
2 30 p. m. dally. There will be no scs-
slon of the Supreme Lodge this after
noon, to permit of the representatives
viewing the I'nlform Rank parade.
New officers for the Supreme Lodge
will be elected at 10 o'clock tomorrow
has Imitators- some Healers
will substitute i( jou don't
watch out. He sure )ou get
Coke, the original guaranteed
cure for Dandruff, falling hair,
scalp exema, etc. A dash
on the hair after bathlrg pre
vents colds. Awarded medals
and all honors at Paris Expo
sition over all competitors.
SotJ Everywhere, Hook about It free
"Cok4 Dandruff euro I iinlrcr.allr
tnil lf mmlM.r r Honarf-"
VolinW fran, Korpmnnf ofnrlit
barton, lluute of KeyrwenutlTf . "
. R. URI3MIIR CO., CHICAGO.
& Toilet Soap
cleans the hair and scalp,
clears the complexion. Great
for the bath.
FOR SALE RY IIORRON DRUG CO.
Fort and King Sts.
EX. VENTURA AND NEVADAN
Shrimps, I lb, and 2 lb, tins, "Sea Gull" Fresh Crabs
"Snow Flake" Asparagus, Tomatoes, Corn and Salmon,
Lemon and Chocolate Sugar Wafers, Fresh Turnips,
Salinas and Garnets Potatoes, Enchilados, Tamales,
Olives, Russian Sardines, Anchovies, Holland Herrings,
Do You Understand
About Enclosed Arc Lamps ?
The history of th" arc lamp has been a story of Im
provoment and we njw hav the highest state of perfec
tion In the
Many of these lamps ore giving satisfaction and saving
money In Honolulu business houses and we want them to
do the same for you.
Telephone for us to call, or write for circular which
gives full description.
Especially adapted for Plantations.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA - - TEL. MAIN 390
Is Under Control
Hampshire, I). M. Currier; New Jer- Washington. August 13. Surgeon
soy. Dc Witt C. Cobb and J. Champion; 'general Forwood said today that he
FIRE PROOF SAFES
Theo. H. Davies & Co.Ltd. SSi
OUR STOCK OP
SAFE COMPANY'S SAFES
is as complete as can be found at
any of the branch Mainland offices.
Our delivered prices In Honolulu
will not exceed the net export prices
charged In San Francisco.
Largo stock of new goods ex, Alameda,
Take advantage of our low prices.
DRY GODDS AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS, 1116 Nuuanu St.
P. O. Box ml rii
THE OLDEST Oh. SK FIRM IN HONOLULU.
New York, Charles W. Illnson; North
Carolina, Thomas S. Franklin, North
Dakota, W. T. flprake and 11. I). Allcrt;
Ohio. Joseph Cat row and L. W. Ellen
wood; Oklahoma, T. J. Leahy; Oregon,
William M. Cake; South Carolina, Wil
liam Goldsmith Jr.; Texas. Horace W.
ZwincK. L'tult, P. W. Gardiner, J. I'.
Meakln and W. I). Wldell; Vermont, A.
II. George, Washington, E. Wcldon
Young, and Womlng, William C.
At this point an exceedingly happy
function stopped tlio regular business
of the lodge. Supreme Representative
C. P. Llnde of Philadelphia, Pa., pre
sented the lodge with two gavels mad
from wood of the platform upon which
President George Washington stood at
the time of his Inauguration In the
City of Brotherly Love. Representa
tive Lindsay, In a few vvell-choscn
words, explained that one of the gavels
was for the personal use of the supreme
chancellor, while the other was for tho
lodge to bo passed down from vice
chancellor. Tho supremo chancellor
replied on behalf of tho lodge and him
self, expressing his giatlfUnllon at re
ceiving such exceedingly historic and
handsome (lifts. Next In order was tho
announcement of the standing commit
Supreme Chancellor Pothers, In his
annual leport, said that December 31.
1901, the order had GI0.13S affiliated
members. To this should be added at
leust 300,000 who have been suspended
for non-payment of dues or hav taken
vvithdiawul cards, making a. to'-il of
more than 1.000,000. During 19(1 tlio
figures weie. Initiated, B.ri,20.'; relu
htuted, 7733; admitted by card, 7077;
totiil, 70.010. During the samu joji
U1S died, 208 worn expelled, 8378 with
drew b (nrd and 32,8.)7 wire suspend
ed The not gain for th jour was 23,
19 1. This marks the steady and pci
liuuent giowth c.f tbo order, whir h
sicod for the s.i.'roduess of the homo,
fie integrity of tn.-mhrod and tin piui
lv of Aomanbooj.
The icport of II. C L. White, su
preme keeper of records and heals,
showed Unit the total number of sub
onliiiatv lodges December 31, 1901, wjs
7002, tho net gain during tbo year Sit
ing 112 lodges. Tho net gain In 1900
nr.' 1901 combined was 202 lodges nml
47 C32 members. Ho said that a per
c.pltu ta of 0 tents per annum will
produce suftlrlont revemio to meet all
roqiilroini ui Tim States having over
10,000 nit inborn aio ut follows Cnllfor
was satisfied that the cholera plt'i.i
tlon in tho Philippines was well under
control and that there would bo a gen
em I diminution In the number oi
cases rrom now on. He declared that
all the latest Information from the
Philippines was fnvoiable to the curl
suppression of the scourge. Tho chlot
factor lu that direction was tho rainy
season, which. General Forwood Mid.
had already opened and will continue
SUGAR CARRIERS ARRIVE.
San Francisco, Aug. 11 Three sugar
carriers of the regular fleet reached
port esterday from the Hawaiian Isl
ands. Tho bark S. C. Allen. 27 davs
fro mllonolulu. brought 21.972 bags of
sugar, In addition to several passen
gers; the schooner Ilelene. 22 days
from Honolulu, brought 9J35 hafs, and
the schooner Olga, 20 das from Mahu
kona, was laden with sugar.
Throat Sore? Therms no telllnc what
n sore throat will do If you give It
"right of way." Uncertain remedies of
ten tauso dangerous delay. Make h cure
sure with PAIN-KILLEU, known fur
half a century as n specific for sori
throat, croup, coughs, and all kindled
troubles. Keep It by vou for nn emer
gency. It never falls Avoid Biibstltuto-a
tbero Is hm one Pnlli-Klller, Perry Da
vis'. Prlco 2.V:. and GOc.
Coloiudo Is n greut honey producing
State Ono Colorado npl.irlst keeps his
bees bus collecting hnne all the year
aiouud by tinning them loose In ills
alfalfa fields In the summer and in
winter shipping them to a plantation
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
I emu I1Y
LEAVES HIS PROPERTY
TO HIS SON CLARENCE
DISPOSITION OF VAST ESTATC
LEFT TO WIFE AND SON.
NO BONDS ARE REQUIRED.
Virginia, Nov., August 13. Mrs.
John W. Mackay and Clarence Hun
gcrford Mackay, by their attorneys, to
day filed the last will of John W. Mac
kay In the District Court of Store
county for probate, with a petition
that Mrs. Mackay and Clarence Mac
way bo appointed executors. Tho will
Is as follows.
"In the name of God, amen. I, John
W. Mackay. resident of tho city of Vir
ginia, In tho county of Storey nnd
State of Nevada, now present in tho
city, county and State of New York,
being of sound and disposing mind and
not under restraint, unduo inllusnec
or fraudulent misrepresentation, do
make, publish mid declare tins my las',
will, that Is to say:
"First I declare that all tho ostato
whereof I may dip possessed Is the
community property of my vvlfo and
"Second I give, dcvlso nud be
queath all and every Interest In or por
tion of my said cstnto which Ih or may
bo subject to my tostamentniy disposi
tion at tbo lime of my death to my
son. Clarence Huiigerford Mackay.
"Third I name, constitute nnd ap
point my wife, Mnrie Louise Mackay,
ami my son, Clarence llungerford
MncKay. of tho city of Virginia, In tho
county of Storey and State of Nevada,
executors of this my last will, nnd I
hereby expressly provide that no
bonds shall be required of my said ex
ecutors. "Fourth My executors arc given
and shall have full power and author
ity to grant, bargain, sell, convey, n
sign ami deliver at such times and
upon such terms and conditions ns to
them may seem advisable, ull and vv
eiy part of my estate, both real mid
personul, without any order, power or
authority from any court, Judge or Ju
dicial tribunal whatsoever, and in tho
samo way to Invest, reinvest, use and
employ said estate, the mouevs them-
of and tho proceeds derived from any
ami all sales ol tbo same.
"Fifth I ht'icby nvoko nil Conner
wills nml codicils by mo made.
"In witness whereof I have signed
anil sealed with my seal this, my last
will, ut the city, county ami State of
NYu York, on this lltb day of July,
In ill" year one thousand eight bun
dled nml lilliet) eight (1898).
' (Senl) JOHN W. MACKAY."
Tho following note, signed by Hire.)
wllne sen. was also a part of tlio will
"On this Dili day or July. 1S9S, tlu
uiidoi signed, being present and belief
lug tho testator to be of sound mind
mid memory, saw the testator biiIi
kii Ihe the liiifgolng will. At tbu
tlni" of hui h milisi ilptlon the testator
I mated to nil the undersigned that ,1 u
I paper was bis lasi will and testament.
Tbi'ieiipDii ihiIi ol us. In tho pios'Mito
ol Hie testiitiu ami ut Ills leiiuest and
In tin- piesi'iin' ni eaih other, hereby
i.iitcHt mid siibsiillii' said will as wl
1 m mm h tin. dii) and )oar above writ
i ti n '
A DOWN TO DATE LINE
TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT CASES, Etc.,
AND ALL OF THE CONVENIENCES FOR TRAVEL
ARE NOW OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION,
C. R. COLLINS,
82 and 84 SOUTH KING STREET
Some choice kinds of cheese and other eatables at our delicacy
counter that will prove a great addition to tho table Try them
Edam, Pineapple, Oregon Full Cream Brick, California Full Cream
Frommage de Brie, Camembert, Kronen, Neufehattel, Sierra, Schlois
Kaie and Breakfast Cheese.
Pickled Pearl Onions, Spiced and Sweet Pickles, German Dill Pic
kles, Mixed Pickles and Extra Fine Ripe Olives all these In bulk.
Smoked Beef Tongue, Chipped Beef, New Smoked Salmon, Bloat
ers and Aberdeen Herrings, Bismarck, Holland and Spiced Herring a
If vou nro not getting good butter, try our CRYSTAL SPRING
BUTTER. It is the REST obtainable.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Telephone Mnln 45.
From the Springs at Puna.
Arrangements havo been made to
have this fine mineral water bottled In
this city at the Fountain Soda Works,
One Case of 100 Bottles (pints)
One case of 50 Bottles (pints)
A rebate of One Dollar will be made
upon tho icturn of shipping case and
Telephone Main 270.
Ottlwi Is Fist 3 :, i,l Ciih Liomi.
Ctlii,H nl Jkuum Otttt ct All ()
'1 ' I
St. Louis 1 '
m$k 9 Mm9K t i
Tho lilchest Priced but
tho Host Quality. g
1 SOLD CVEKYWIIERE. Jj
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY
AN HI I.IV1 S SdtASM t W Ulk TfcA Il( I ( ftfc
MHI( LII'MILM - kV'tMlUOl'
While JtM on Re me J v. wilt cute or dthtrov the
dl aJ uprrtlU1 for ttltohitll MimuUnt. ulwtftrr
tile Lalft-iit K a ContirmeJ ineKUltt, "a t'rplff
tocul Jnrkir tr UrunkarJ ii.pisibi. r 4ny.re
In ! .tie an sppvtltt fur tlcotiulic li jviu tttot Uklng
WtifU I'd bon Riiu-J
IMHiHSUl lit MIMDUS ni-vv C T u
Mr A M r v. ienJ Sureuryol (lie Women'.
Cliri!ian leinperjiuv Union write " I tuvt tvtuj
Wtiih. kit fun UfmeJ) on very nKiln-Kts drunVuri
nj 'tie itirt hjv teen minv In roiny iw Hm
krmi J jk if I ven were) I ctuwrfullt momtnenj
aiiJ in4 f st White Nrbbon kvmeJy Mrmfor of our
Union r JelliihtcJio tmj apmtUalauJ ectmui.ilwl
tfeitiTent to alj us in our ten ptraiuv wuilt '
t)ruKH't' ver)hert. or h mail in )H.r hix
Tr'at pjikjx trtv by vrltin(, ur oiling on Mfk I
C MiK)Mt Ct t.up hiuW CI II ViMitur,
r SoIJ in Mcnutulu by IMlUur )ruE Co., LlJ.'
TEACHER DIES OF CHOLERA.
UaHliliiKimi. XiiKUst 13, Tlio liu
i,fiu ut liiHiil.ir ulTuliH today received
a tuMiuam hoiti ActhiK Governor
WiUIn at .Ma ul In aiinoiiiiclm; that
llfilMii Tim Un .i iL'uelirr, dfed ol
cliuli-iJt on Aumici tltli at 8ni MIkuoI.
pioviiKu ul lluum Norte.
CELEBRATION AT MANILA.
Manila Aummt n Tin1 louiili nn
niviThno or tin iitun of tin (ity of
Manila wlilih vvaH mim mh-HMl to tin
Aincilfiin fnr i's on Align! 13. tRl'S,
uab obHtivid uh a nuii'iiil hoHda.
Drays tor Freight
Our representative mtu all tncom
Ins steamora from the Coast, s.nd v.
check bnRgage on all outgoing stesi,
Whits end Black San( For Salt
Office with Evening Bulletin, Il
King street Tel St.
. LARSER, H'ft.
When You Want a Rig
IttNQ UV TUB
LIVERY B0ARD1NQ and
i t i : : sib fort OTien
Stable '1'boue, 109 Main.
Hack Staud, 'l'bones 319 and i.
C. H. UELLINA.
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : : : :
Delivered to any part ot
city by courteous driven.
Oabn Ice and Electric Ce
TELEPHONE I1LUE 1151.
HOFFHAN & HARKItAn.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort Ht., lie t. Queen and Merchant
Lunch and Dinner
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative llronio Quinine Tablet.
All druggists refund tho money If It
tails to cure. H. W. Orovo's rlgnature
Is on each box. 16 cunts.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUOAIl HA
CIIINFJIIY ot every capae'ty and d
crlptlon mado to order. Hotlor wort
nl nrVI-TTED PIPES for Irrlgatloi
purposes rpeclalty. Particular attei
lion paid to JOI) WORK, and repaln
xwutwl at ihortMt notle
Dr. Archibald NT Sinclair.
Oltlces Rooms 208-209 Boston build
InK. Fort Street.
Telephones Office, Main 3SS; Res
Idcnce, Whlto 2SC1.
Hours 11 a, m. to 1 p. m.; 3 to I
p. m.; 7 to 8 p.m.; Sundays, 12 to 2 pJD
P. O. Box 801.
Everytnlng flrst-clais. Complete Una
Key West and Domestic Cigars always
H. J. NOLTE, - Proorietor,
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers,
European and American Dry Goods
Fort and Queen 8ts
DECKER, PERNANDES & GO,
Real Estate Ajenti.
vVo also make n specialty of enlarging
Office, cor. South and King Streets.
P O rtox S21: 'Phono 2 Main.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin of
. J -Uafi&A Ataat. d ir-.-.-.
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