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1 srXRtfLY GJHERDAR.
Hav Hjn Stated.
Hawaiian J send D'gree.
?& Oialx 'tegular 7:30.
r'on Onf.ptri Reynl Areli.
Lr Alt't Ch titer No. 3 Reg
All tUiiir.t tncnib'm of the
oifiur nto :t "I'lully invited to at
tend uicc'n U of IoclI lodges.
HArtMQNY LODQE, No. J, I. O. O. F.
ft l at ry Monday evening at 7:30
In I O U. S Mall, Fort itrwt.
B. H. HENDRY, Secretary.
C 0. HOTTEI,, N. CL
' If I Ing brothers Tory cordially
U 'l I.
M (1IC LRitr C, No. 2, IC. of P,
ni"ii e 'i tesday eenlng it
T-3' "c!e ' K. of T. Hall. IChB
firm Vi ' brother! cordially in-
Tll '1 fit I '
i J ,.VH1TE1.EAD.0.C.
:. WALnno'J, k.r.8.
OMtll LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
je.ii.tB r-vory Friday evening ivt
K. i: Ht;I Idng street, at 7:S0. Mem
hers J' llytlc l.( Jjto. ao, 2. Wra. Me
Klolfr li'ifo, No. f and tUIUuci
brotbeia rurllfiiV Invited.
A li. nOND. 0. c.
A. S. KEN'.VAY, K.H.B.
HONOLULU LODQE 610, B. P. O. t.
Hcrnlalo todg No. ttJ, D. P. O. E.,
win wert ti their batl, .m Mllhr
tni Feteioila streets, every Frldc
B order of tho E. R.
HARRY IL 01MPBON.
H JJ. MURRAY, E.R.
'.Vm. M KINLEY LODQE No. 8. K.ot P.
Veiu ever Saturday evening it
1:'i) oV.ocV '. ' of. p. Han, ling
t'.iul VI- ' ....;. i i-ordlally In-
Til"' 11 III' ."
m "iiison, c.a
K e J.ro!is.N, K.H.J.
HONOLULU ACIE 140, F. O. E.
He.'t on tho :n'1 nul -Itb WEDNES
DAY ovciiln if onoli month at 7:30
O'clnrK In K. of 1 'lall, KIiik itret.
VlKttlog K.i,-,l.'.H are Invited tr at
9AM MulCKAflUC. W.P.
II T MOORE, W. Soey.
Hawaii chapter no. i, oroer of !
MretB every liri . arl third TI1DRB
y of out li tiim.t: In Fratenilty Hall,
Id FellciAP li'.llil.ug, Fort street, at
31 o'fi.-n l. i ut. A full attendance
' slrej at e .r; meeting.
TianciLtisi) of IliMlnesi.
HAWAIIAN THIHC No. 1, I. O. R. M.
V"it nrr Kfcond and fourth
FTi7 nt each uonth n I. O. C. l
Vlfiila; I rotben eordlnlly Invited U.
W. V. DRAKE. Sachom.
A. U MURPHY, C. of R
auptrlar Light to all other.
Acytlrn Qat la auperlor In quality,
and hjpr.'jn radlatei lex heat, vltt.
alri tlu air leu 4nd haa no Injurloui
Meet n the evet.
For .jrther partlwlara Inquire M
Alio calc'um Carbide of all alzea, In
drum mni small cant, for Generator!
nil Auto.-nobl'a Lamp and all alzea
nnd rradea o' Gai Mantlet and Qua
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFAflLANE, Manager.
TeleshPite Main MS. 14t Merchant St.
ANY TIME -HI
HAWAIIAN GRASS HUTS!
CPeN-AIR SKATING ItlNKI
ANIMALS, BIRDS, ETC., ETC.I
DONT Mm A GOOD TIMEI
m z o
jf tit Ccjcf.itf M)!,
ti thiit aSltrclhn
fir JO ) tar i.
IM Tilt MftllXKT.
inmt on tirrivi
Vhite Horso Cellar.
Iln( hlh prtewl ffhUkjr many don't kwp H
K thy curt itil ftnothor brand.
MACKIE & COi. DISTILLERS LTD.,
I8LAV, OLCNLIVET. AND OLA80OW.
KINQ AND BETHEL STREETS
THE BEST EVER
Nowhere In Honolulu Is
so much attention given
to servlre and quality In
a buslnen man's lunch at
COR. HOTEL AND DETHEL STS.
COAr AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRES8EO FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1J46 l-,ORT OTREET.
FINE rLMT8 FROM $15 UP,
made In up-to-
d.ite :-: ttylc.
HOTEL opp. BISHOP ST.
The Gage Hats
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT 8TREET.
'Phone Main 487
YOU pET THE
PHONE MAIN 147
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alikea Street.
Clathee Cleaned and Pretatd by the
HONOLULU PENOVATINQ COv
J, J. Fern, Manager.
RIchaMh near Queen Ste. All tele
phone meaaagt promptly attended to.
We call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KINO.
o FINE o
o AT o
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED QENERAL
UNIQUE ARTiCLES OF ALL KINDS.
941 NUUANU STREBT.
Tel. Main 26 P. O. Box 045.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published n the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise .and complete resume of all lo
cal notices, calls for tenders. Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
7nd per msnth. Weekly Bulletin,
$1 Per yer.
C i J
.Unless you have found the Ideal
place to lodge, the Bulletin's Furnish
ed Rooms ads. should be of perpetual
Interest to you.
White steam nutos. Stockyds stable
New goods coming to Sirs. Dicker
Mn, Rest nip of (OlTco In tho city. New
Polynesian Encampment meets this
evening nt 7:3u o'clock.
A fresh Jersey cow with calf l for
sale. Sec ml. this Issue.
Mm. A. I). Baldwin arrived this
morning (rout tho Const on the Al.i
incdn. A situation Is wanted by nn educat
ed oung man. Address "Act he," thlb
Neatly furnished rooms at tho Pop
tilnr. $1, 11.50 abd $2 per neck. 1242
Miss T. Newman, of this city, rc
ti rued from a trip to tho mainland on
Frank Wight, or tho Wilder Sleam
bhlp Company, came In on the Ala.
inedu thlt morning.
' A pair of gold-rlinmcd nose glasses
has been lost. If returned to this olllco
ii reward of $2 wilt bo given.
tins mny ho all right but It you pre
fer coal or wood, order it from tlm
l'nclllc Transfer Co., Main 58.
i'lio Red Men will have their rcgulur
mt cling tonight. Visiting brothers nic
cordially Invited to bo present.
When in uouut use "Arabic lor your
Iron roof. It dc0.es bent and dotoaU
rust. California Feed Co., agents.
Uabu Lodge, No 1. K.. W f., will
meet tonight at 7:31 o'clock In K. of
P. Hall. King street
Initiation of four cnnlldntca at tho
Elks' lodge this evening; also import
nut business regarding the new linll.
A stipulation waiving jury lias been
lllecl In tho tubing rights caeo of Em
urn M. Nnkuimi v Territory of Ha
waii. Hon. J. N. (Illicit, Republican noml
i;ro for (tovcrnor of California, Is n
lirothvr-ln-law of Land Commissioner
.Mlm Mny Omerod is coming fiom
nuriiinenlo to take tho portion of
music teacher at Mauuuolu Scnilndiy,
.Special tale of white mercerized
gcoila nt lllom's this week. New arriv
al of muslin undershirts and night
gowns. Mrs. (loo. Rodlck, of this ill)', wns
one of the pastcngcrs from tho main
land on tho Alameda wbcu she ar
rived this morning.
II. Hackfcld & Co., Ltd., received n
cablegram from llremen, (lermaiiy,
yesterday! inquiring about tho fake
earthquake at llllo.
A motion to set the case of Wash
ington Mercantile Co., Ltd., vs. W. A.
Hall for tilal on u day certain has been
tiled by tho plaintiff.
Walklkl Inn Is now owned by W. C.
Herein. Accommodations, supplies
and attendance absolutely first class.
Finest bathing on tbc beach.
Sweet Violet creamery butter !ins
tin- llavor of cream uud tbu fragrauce
of violets. It suits the popular talc.
try it today, u. u. ycc- nop tc. uo.
All Native Daughters of tho (loldcu
West uro rcxiuestcd to meet In I he
Young hotel roof garden this afternoon
at S o'clock sharp. Important busi
ness to bo transacted.
Tho meeting of tho Promotion Com
inlltec yesterday afternoon was ad
journed, ns Secretary Wood was too
busy arranging tho details for tho re
ception of tho visiting editors.
Mrs. W. M. Uingtou. of tho rain-
disc of tho Pacinc, returned from a
business trip to tho Coast on tho Ala
nifilit this morning. She. was greeted
nt the dock by many of her friends.
At tbc caucus of tho Delegates to llm
County convention from tho Fourth
District Inst nu'lit. of which col. J. w.
Jones wns chairman, It was decided lo
U-fer uny dlbcusslon until next Mon
1-'. M. Jenifer, formerly ngent tor me
Oceanic Steamship company In this
city, and now located with tho saiuc
people In l.os Angeles, came in on tho
Alameda In cbargo of tho editorial ex
cursion fiom California.
Henry May ic Co. bnvo Just received
li flesh shipment of Portland candles,
Including ns-tortcd chocolntcs, r-rcnen
mixed, assorted nut chocolates nnd
molasses chocolnta chips. Also (llilr-
ardelli's Cbocolato Flicks.
Tho benefit concert given In Prog
ress Hall last night for tho .widow nnd
family of tho Into John S. Edwards,
member of tho Royal Hawaiian band
who died somo weeks ngo on tho main
land, pi o veil n great success,
Tho marriage of Win, A. Viorra to
Mlsj Hhla (loiivcla was solemnized lau
evening at tho Romnn Catholic Cathe
dral by tho Rev. Father Stephen, MlM
Mury (louvcla acting nH bridesmaid
and Mr. A. K. Vicrra as best mau.
.Vnny 1'ortiigiici.o met nt tho corner
of Punchbowl and I.uso streets Inr.t
night to hear members of tho colony
tall: on naturalization. Editor Durno
wna chad man and ono of tho speakers.
Ho urged tho men to becomo natural,
lzud iiml enjoy tho rights ofcltlzcnstilp.
Rov. J. W. Oiinn. accompanied by
his wlfo and two chlldicu. was among
I In passengers on tho Alanicda this
illuming. Mr. Gunn conies from Col
urudo, to laltu tliargo of tho church
nt Kohaln. Although not a newspaper
man, Mr. Guuii proved to bo ono of tho
popular memficrs of tho passenger llit
i' tho Alameda.
It. W. Podinno, Albert Waterbouso
and (i. .M. vamadii navo niea tneir ro
port ns appraisers of tho estate of the
into J. II. Nlshwlt. They show It to
consist of n note of Hugh Howell, dat
ed March , l'JOli, for $2o00, tx months
Interest due on sumo, 0S7.D0, and ex
chango In Now York lu favor of tho
deceased, 1751.17, making a total of
Dr. M. Stamm, of Ohio, arrived Ibis
morning on the Alnmedn, on lilt, way
on a pleastiro trip around tho world.
Ho expects lo stay lu the Islands until
bo has seen ns much of interest ns
possible, when ho will go on to New
Zealand and Australia and altcrwaide
to the Philippines, Japan, India und
other countries. Ha expects to travel
for about a year.
EVENING nWLLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II.. FIUDAY, SEPT. 7. 190C.
Do I Need
H No. don't need 'em,
'cause I can't read. If I
could read I'd get glasses
sure. I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
' Vj :IIi'dlM4trHlr?iJraWSBJJ ltJ li J(C aftyL
MONUMENT8, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WCRK8.
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDQ., 176-180 KINQ STREET. PHONE 287.
ABE CITrS QUESTS
(Continued from Paoe 1.)
Association, und Edgar Johnson, of
the Fullertnn Tribune, secretary-manager.
Most of Hie men nro nccompn
iilcd by their wives, with tho excep
tion of a few b.icbelors ami icports
slnto that acconlliig to tho conduct of
tbc latter on shipboard It Is not Im
probable that on their next cxcuulon
they may be ns fortunato as mo otbor
Tho voyngo from San Frnnclsro, bo
gun last Saturday, was, tbu visitors
say, nn extremely pleasant ono. Of
inursc-, thero nan some seasickness
during thn first day or two, but that Is
forgotten now. And thero was some
thing dnlug nil the tlmo. If anybody
bo, this blot on tho 'scutcheon has
had n dull moment on board, bo has
not been discovered yet.
Tho feature of tho trip was tho pub
lication of a newspaper, culled tho
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64 HOTEL STREET.
Dispensers of Suit Satisfaction
to select your Boy's School Suit from. These suits contain
four desirable essentials to a surprising degree, to wit :
GOOD FIT, LATE STYJ-E, DURABLE QUALITY, LOW PRICED.
Our store slogan demands that we satisfy the parent
The Suits Will Suit the Boy , ME
' Come in and see the clothing. You'll find here all styles!
most colors and more quality at any price from $2,50
up to $7.50.
Is the Boy Hard On Pants?
You can get him an extra pair from our stock that include
every essential of the suits at prices from 75c up.
Send Your Order By Mail
if you can't come to the store. We'll fit the boy.
A Fine Set of
If Kipling never wrote any
thing else betides "Kim" he
would have made a perma
nent name for himself In lit
erature. But we' have a aet
of 26 Volt, of Kipling's workt
all at good aa Kim. It It
In uniform binding, very hand
tome, beautifully printed.
One of tho Scrlbner publica
tion!. You can buy It on eaty
' monthly payment!.
Wm. C. Lyon Co.
FO(.T AND HOTEL STREETS.
Dally Tattler, which appeared during
four days uf tho voyage. If tho edito
rial association always maiics its pa
pom nt homo ns newsy, breezy nnd
l ty us wcro tho editions on board
the Alamodn, It Is no wonder that
I hey are popular.
Thcic wns only ono sad occurrenco
during the voyage nnd tho members
of tho press association speak of It
wllh sadness nnd tenrs. In fact, It Is
with extrcmo rcl'ictanco that they
speak o. it nt nil. Several of the most
prominent members of tho Southern
California Press Apsoclatlon were de
tected in tho act of stealing and not
only stealing, but stealing prunes
from an Italian steerage passenger.
Called to Justice.
Hut. In so fur us such a thing can
been wiped out. Tho culprits wcro
nppicbcndcd and promptly brought lo
justice. A court was organized and
tho pruno-stealcrs brought before it
to bo tried by a Jury of their peers.
Wurrcn Wilson, of the Los Angeles
Morning Journal, presided over tho
proceedings of the court ns Judge.
Thu prosecution was lu tho hands of
TEL. MAIN 171.
Are Your Boys
We'll Dress One For
Parents, here is an assortment of
450 Boys' Suits
Ray Horton, of tho Los Angeles Exam
Incr? while tiio defenco wns conducted
by C. F. Holland, of tho Los Angeles
Evening Express. Iloth of the two
latter, although tho best of newspa
permen, liavo been admitted to tho
bar, and their conduct ot the case ucm
onstrntcd conclusively that had they
chosen to practlco law they could
, have been as successful In that pro
fession as In newspaper work.
I Tho proceedings of the court, ns de
scribed by tho passengers and detail
ed In tho Dally Tattler, wcro exciting.
(Kxcltlng is a mild word.)
A Jury wns Impaneled and witnesses
brought forward who proved conclu
sively thnt prunes bad been stolen,
nnd tho evidence necmed to point
strongly to tho guilt of the flvo de
fendants J .', Davis, alias Jimmy
Dnvls, ot Fullcrton;. Charles E. Rud
dock, alias Fatty Ruddock, of tbc Ful
Iciton News; Paul Moore, ot the Rod
hinds Evening Fncts; Miss Isabella
Morgan, of the San Diego Nows; and
Miss Wilson, of Los Angeles.
Ladles Were Led.
Ray Horton as prosecuting attorney
made the effort of his life. Ho showed
up tho full Infamy of the act and ex
posed the black 'past of the prisoners.
Tho cvldenco rather tended to show
that tho principals In tho commission
ol tnc crlmo wcro Davlsi Ruddock nnd
Moore, tbc ladles being rather lead by
their accomplices than active prune
stealers. Rut there "as no doubt ot
tho fact that all of them were full of
Judgo Full of Prunes.
The enso was bitterly fought, and
tho belief Is expressed that bribery
nnd cor runt Ion wero freely attempted
on both sides. A notable Incident of
tho trial was tho discovery In tbc pock
et of tho Judge presiding of several
prunes. Whether he was actually n
party to I bo theft of tho goods or had
been corrupted by the unscrupulous
defendants Is ns yet n matter of
doubt, hut It is certain that bo was
caught with the goods on him.
Attorney Holland exerted every ef
fort to save bis clients from the con
sequences of their misdeeds. Ills or
atory was brilliant, forceful nnd scin
tillating, it not convincing. Ho had a
illlllcult case to handle, considering tho
fact that tho past history ot Ills cli
ents was known nnd that they could
nut deny the nccusntlon ot being news
paper people. His opponent. Horton,
was no less brilliant, and between tho
two of them, they succeeded In secur
ing a verdict that everybody on board
approved of. When the Jury, after ma
ture deliberation, brought In its ver
dict, It w-as been that Justice bad been
done and tho majesty of tho law fully
vindicated. Tho jury found the Judge,
tho prosecuting attorney and tho at
torney for tho defense Guilty, tho
judge guilty of being a Native Son;
Prosecuting Attorney Horton ot be
ing no Journalist; and Attorney Hol
land of entertaining ladles In his cabin.
Had To Treat Jury.
'ino jury sentenced the convicted
men to treat tho Jury to the best tho
fhlp afforded a sentence that was
carried out last night.
Prunes wcro served for lunch on
the second day of tho trial.
Among tho passengers of tho Ala
meda wcro two clergymen. Rev. Jno.
D. II. llrowne, of tho Southern Call
fornla Churchman, Ios Angeles, nnd
P. O. BOX 40.
Going to School?
uted with Sozodont Liquid makes an
Ideal dentifrice, surpassing anything
of the kind ever offered to tho public.
Ask your dentltt.
Rev. J, W. flunn, who comes to tnko
cbargo of a churcit at Kohaln, Ha
waii. These two gentlemen, outdated
at' divine services Inst Sunday morn
ing and also on Wednesday night. Tho
attendance nt both these? meetings
proved ns a base sianucr mo insuwu-
linn nf iinmn of the Iion-Ort Itorlal PSS-
scngers that newspaper men hnvo
more Knowledge oi iicvnn mini ui
gels. The collection taken up for tho
benefit ot the Seaman's Institute on
Sunday ncttod I0.C5, a button and two
Concert on Ship.
Ono ot the plcnsant events of tho
voyage was tho concert given Tuesday
night by members ot the nssoclatlon.
The editors themselves weren't very
frnn- uhm II rflmn t(l ftlncltlB. hilt
any deficiency lu this lino wan more
than ntniif up ror uy ineir wives mm
daughters. TJio music was both vocal
and Instrumental, and several read
ings wcro given, as well as speeches
by tho two principal spcechmnkcrs of
tho association Ray Horton and C. V.
Praise for Alameda.
Tho passengers wore all enthusias
tic In their praises of tho Alameda,
her officers and crew. Hut n number
of tho younger people of the associa
tion had ono grave complaint to make.
They said there wcro no secluded cor
ners to he found. The chicken coop
on tho stern wns a popular resort for
M'veral couples, but they forgot that
tho moonlight wns very bright and
that there was n cartoonist aboard tho
vessel. Someway, Ralph Springer,
cartoonist pf the Los Angeles Exam
iner, always seemed to happen around
at tho most inopportune moments,
with the result that tho Illustrations
for tho Dally Tattler wcro somewhat
discomfiting to the aforesaid couples.
m TO BE lit
The Judging in the dog show will
start promptly at,2 o'clock this after
noon and will lo continued till all
classes arc llnlsbcd, Mr. Bradshaw
arrived this morning on the Alameda
mid nllr be on hand to pick flaws and
to notice tho good points In tho ca
nines ot Honolulu. Tho attendance
has been far larger than was expected
by tho members of tho Kennel Club
mid it looks, from tho success with
which the present exhibition Is being
conducted, as it It would bo an annual
Additional Cable Newa on Page 1.
Illlboa. Spain, Sept. 6. King Al
fonso has tccclvcd a delegation from
Havana, Sept. C Tho Insurgents
demand tho restoration of tho de
serters to their former positions In
tho rurnles, tho reinstatement ot all
Liberals deposed from municipal of
fices and their retention on tho civil
list. No progress towards peace is- be
Washington, Sept. 8. Tbo cruiser
Marblchcad has been ordered out ot
commission. Tho battleship Wiscon
sin Is oidcred homo via Honolulu and
thn latllcBlilp Ohio by way ot the
Columbus Groco, Ohio, Sept. 6.
An Insano woman killed her two chil
dren hero yesterday, decapitating them
with a butcher knife. Ono child was
three years old rtbcother a ono-year-
Bucharest, Sept. li. A boat loaded
with soldiers cnpslzod during tho sea
mencuvcrs. Elovcn privates and one
olllccr wcro drowned.
Rolsc, Idaho, Sept. 6. The Irriga
tion Congress has closed. Sacramen
to han been chosen aa tho next meet
ing pUco. ,
Capo Haytlcn, Sept. G. Tbo insur
gents have captured Dajabon.
San Francisco, Sept. 6. Tbo Inde
pendence League has nominated
Langdon as their candidate for Governor.
Ill I r W1 it