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EVENING BULLETIN'. HONOLULU, T. II.. SATUttDAV. SEPT. V'. "
OMAOA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Cittern Point.
Be suro jour ticket reads via tie
For full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, Q. A.,
Ferry Building, San Francisco, Cat.
New Pilsner Beer
cime in the Alameda;
also appliances for
drawing it. You can
satisfy that craving
for the genuine im
ported Pilsner or
Wiirzburjjcr today at
Hotel and Bethel
Livery and Boarding
Fine driving and saddle horses to litre
or for cale.
' Club Stables
TEL. MAIN 103.
have opened a Porsethoe
Ioq department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class ahoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a first
dm manner, :: :: :: ;:
We have some very.good
for Garden Purposes
Price $3 per load
Lord & tielser
P. O. BOX 192. PHONE MAIN 103.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order,
Picture Framing a Specialty.
EB3 S. BERETANIA QT.
TELEPHONE BLUE 881.
' - Do your clothes need look
' lnrj after? If so, leave them
HOTEL NEAR FORT.
"" S. M. WEBB
GUN ANO LOCKSMITH
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP.
Safes Opened, Typewriters, Cash Reg
isters and Sewing Machines, Lawn '
Mowers cleaned, adlusted and repaired
RCMOVED TO UNION STREET.
I Is kept on file at E.
THIS PAPER' C. DAKE'3 ADVER-I
1 T I S I N G AQENCY,
124 Sansome St., San Francisco, Cal.,
where contracts for advertising can
h mftde fn II
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUN8ELL0R-AT-LAW, 02 8TAN
A. J. DERBY, D. D, 8.
BOSTON BUILDINO, THIRD FLOOR.
i nriiiTU imtt
DEflUlI vu :
NonrllilUR,iAliiIuGle"fnotl oaten nt a
tabic whore harmony relgm promotes
health, long lift nnd good looks.
American Imrry their cooking too
MhkIi. It Is bettor to luue simple food
(lint doe nut need tiiurli ptcpnratlon
tlinn to attempt lollcl. linked mill
Mowed dishes that require n lung time
111 cooking. Such dlhe n thco lust
tin dally erved on ninny mi American
table linlf cooked and wholly Indigent!-
bio. l'or another thing we Alnorlenus
eat far too uiui.li mo.it. Again, many
families follow tlio thoroughly tinblb
' llonl ciitoin of drinking milk nml out-
I Ins meat nt tlio same meal. Milk lt'oll
j I n fowl nml it strong one.
The woman who would be beautiful
I mitl have n flue complexion must onl
I much more fruit tlinn tlio nvcrnge
American girl doe. Smli vegetable
I ni tomatoo. celery, spinach, lettuce,
carrots, onion. pamilp nnd eon tbe
honct, Irjinely cabbage should elite!
liberally Into tun benuty seeker's diet
Cil.hmre untnl n cold slaw, chopped
fl,... nnd eaten with lemon Juice and
raw, bolh-d or roasted, have mi excel-
lent medicinal effect, though they are
I not to bo recommended when ono U ,
Kolnx nuynhere. rtome beauty woken
lublttially cat raw carroW nerapod line
nnd Hud the dlli most pnl.itublo. i
' llreitkfnst nhouliVnlwny beKln with i
I fnilt. even If one can l.ato iiotlilntx bet-
.tor thnn nicely stewed dried npplos ,
1 ouked with Kllces of lemon, llllt utew- ,
l til prune nre cheap nnd n Mtlunble
corrective of n Mulled nnd packed In- j
tenlnalcnnal. U'lnoii Mlcw tlrndi
left on. Mewed with then make then
more palatable. Htewtil tiiunaru, oi
pieplant, cspoilalty in mo sprnm, u
nlsu imk1 for tleiirlni: out the system.
Appltt and Qrapti.
Ono of the best health promotlno
ncents In the family U tho apple bar
,.i ii..rr,. nr nfi,.r ...n,.u nt.nl.w imiT
bo eaten nt will. Tlie npplt- eoutnlns o
, . , . . ,i . i... . t.n.
coiKUlerahlo proportion of that lios
phorle ncld whlih wnne doctors calm
ns the sovereign solvent for washltif
away the lime nnd oilier earth salts
that gather nnd clog tho human Fysteit!
nuil make tho Individual old.
The bi-st way to i-.tt nn npple I II
tho raw state but It should bo ilpo am!
This noble fruit contain mtict
nourishment mid In general Is casllj
digested, though there men fowpcrsout
with whom It doc not agree, llul
each Individual must decide for hlmscll
which foods ngreu with lilm.
Ah to grupes, some Rermntt Banltnrl
an have establlsheil regular gnipi
euro estnbllHhuientH In the vineyard
regions, where patients from the cltlei
go nnd ent little else than llpe, frost
grapes. The effect on gouty and rheu
matic persons 1 said In bo wonderful
Wheat and Indian Corn.
Tor u breakfast cetcal nothing lundt
by machinery mid ihiUtcmil with a
fancy niimo has ever umaletl tin
"cracknl wheat" prcpariil by Ink-Ill
gout country inatroua for their fain
llles twenly-llve jciirs iiri, A pint,
snj, of plump lvho.it grains was earn
fully looked over, imJ all defective
Rt'Ulus or foielgu Miibstiin-ei wero ro
mov'iil. TJiu whent na tliorjiighly
washed, tlieu as tharnughly itrleil lu
the oven of the kitchen stove. Aflei
tblil it was i racked or ground In tin
baud vegetable mid meat mill thai
ought to be hi every family nnd slow
ly cooked, pei Imp two hour i,
Then, too, nothing wns eier more
pnlit.ihlo mid it Mulshing, eici hilly lu
told weather, than Just iho ho called
"lye huuiliiy" our grandmother made
from Indian cjru. Htlll uu miuio fauns
wlso mill skillful w nun n imikn It, mid
It Is a bravo standby lu thu family
menu. Dried Hum be.ins and Hwcet
corn Hinl.ed nnd iiiailo Into Miecntash
co:istltutu a health and homily food
that the money of tho city millionaire
I Foodi For tho Plump and the Lean.
'Iho unman who Is too fat tdiould
lake all the rigorous exercise lu tin
open ulr that she (uu ami lire on lean
meals, eggs, tuwit mid ncld I'niltu. She
should eat iih lltllobreid. pol-.itoeM, fats
and sweet food as possible, not drink
- JaaiJ..? ilti . u.f.i.,-. di.-MEtai .I- t
I . F 1
v'ffs V l iCll
School To Train
To Become Wives
Cleveland. O., Aug. 27. Snporlnten
dent Llaon nnd Acslstnnt Supcrlnlon
dent lllrkr hnvo planned n techiiltnl
high school nt which girls will lie pie
pnred to become wives 'Hie Instruc
tion will be thorough, nnd In chnrgo of
women who hnvn been successful us
rtio nnd inoilieix. Tlio pupil will
lie tiiiKht to sweep, to took, lo econ
omic in household expenditures, lu
iniike their own clothes, to take enre or
hahle.i and to nurre Ihetr husbands
when they eotr.e home nick fiom the
oniw. TIicip will lo real babies to
pi pi the on.
"We nie going to lit our girl to be
wlu-g unil not rcnants. nnd cooking
Id mil) one of the fi-aluics of the
untrue. ' raid Illi-ks tinl-ty. "A pirtlal
outline of the course would be till:
KIM year, npplled arts and element
nry senilis;: focoihI yinr, elementary
ehrtnlstry In Its relation to houfeliolil
ilutiei mid continuation of the nits
and lowing: thlid mid fointh ye.nr,
iwkliiK will l.e taken up.
"Tl1" average girl who marries now-
f)rm M ,,u w,f(1 ,, tPnL.,'h(.P
u ,, ,imy , (.atf, f,)r r lnvi,,lt
, nw to r.lrp f(tr Mic ui,Wt v ,
lt0 imrkftitiK ivi.noiuleally nml all
oilier thliiBB wlvci bIioiiM know."
- ,. . n-.-
- Qf, BlSCK L6aU6r
Lnq Atljplt,. Rpl) j.The wave of
fmntnclBm that l.aa cpt
-...., t..,f(irlll:l traclPlX ,.
(1max lm,Ki,t, ttii0 t n rnmiiliaekle
1PRt church rn ,rtw.t r.trert scon
,, .I.,.millulv icsneclnblo while wonie
4 .... .. - ! .... ...1.1 I a.j.nAa
'""I' """?":." : , J ":.'::.; I
lnn km i.,iiwiiiii .......... ..-.. .- -".-".. ."..:i.i
mest eauor for the young, tinatletnleil
white girls lo Join the church. Allhnllunds weio ntnllnblc tor building the
"eight of the meeting, a prepossessing
bile wr-tuaii nrosp. nnd niter waving
her hatnl to secure rllente, leatllled
mat sun ii.iii ion in r inniiiuiu mi i
MM , ,.,,,. , fu)1,m. ,,0 ,,,,,,
H)p ((l(.:)rii ,1() j,ril ia,( t0, iu.r u,
ipMft hl,r faiIlltj. , nm iIvr frenzy sho
tllcw ,rr nrmi) nhoul the iine-uyeil
,,,. mCI. ,) Butilrd his pntlses
l'nndemonlum relRiud supteme when
(H- nu-tlng was piaitlcally lutnid
over to tho negroes nt 10 o'clock, lllacl;
wemhes threw tncnwUt- i:i lite lioor;or Hit- untersii. which is oxpeeieii in
...i ,,in.i .,.i .,..188.8.131.52 aii ,.int,npii ' irnii,.. ni.niii ii.-. nun
entire sntullacatlon." I
The police are ficnuently compolleil
'to interrero witn tno meetinss to pi o-
vent Iho maniacs from liarmlug than-
selves or others. bear will ic elc their diplomas. 'Iho
iiusti-mnry "umiuencenient exerclsea
It never occurs to the man who. will nil ho nbsenod ns usual,
wnnts to lip tho fool killer lo commit I - o
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
Prior To Hawaii Visit
Mrs, Stanford Made
Plans For Sale
The world-famous collet tlon of pro
clou fttonoii and Jewelry, tho prop,
city of tho lnt Mis. Jnnc Hlnnford,
valued nt liMHy M.OOU.OuD, v. Ill be
wild by thu trmtioi of l.ilunil Htanoii'.
Jr. University us soon u possible..
lm t of the toll'illon will bo disposed
of :it private mle, tunny ottera front
leading Kastun jiwelorH being already
un flic. Those unsold will ha put up
ut miction lu New York mid Uitidon.
.Members of the board of truMeeu of
tlio university s.iy that no prcsslnr,
ftrlnsency of luiidf has caused tliein
lo sell Mis. Hlniiroro's Jewels, but that
their iiitlon Is merely carryltiR out her
expressed nlslies that the Jewels Im
roltl nnd a library fund bo established
with tlio procieilR. the Income from
which shall ho toed for the puichuso
'IhcEe euncrii Jewels were silts from
the lute Senatoi Stanford lo his wlf",
inaile nt various times durliiR their
lives, nnd miiiptl'-c Foam of tlio Inri;
tst lonos of dljiuoliila lu pxlsleme,
Komo of tho rubies In the lollecllon are
said lo bo the most valuable In the
wot Id. The cmer.ilds mid jienrls hao
nlso been for matiy onrs thu emy mid
admiration of lnwrs of precious stones
In all parts of the t'nlted Slalea.
In lSUH Mrs Sliinfiiiil deeded tlie.'C
Jruels. toRcthei with ceilaln bonibj
-ea i.tii.'ks and ictl estate, all her personal si arch the Copper Queen store hero
fiilliiojn-rly.il the trustee of tho milver.fo , a1(, nmmunmon, ,1C i)Ea!I
ioi idly for the uiiiimwp of raising it fundi.,,. . , . ,
,!, t,mt llln llllt I.IISfl llf - I t I I If
"f..... V" ,., n";mH
church, but, as It developed, other
.riiuroii, .Mrs. hiiiii iihib i.crsoimi prop
city wns not iiw-n.
Just prior to her
latal Journey t llawnll Mrs. Stanford
. ...i .,... .. .......I i..itl.llM ilmi
i-juiuvh ,, iiiimiiih.i. ..u,i. (, ...
,, i.r ,Pat, tl.eio Jewels should bu
rtlu mid the pio,eeds iif the sale tin-d
lt fiirm n llliiito fund. Hit wishes In
' this ieppct nr- now nliiiut to lie car -
The trustees dm decided to sell the
'stllltunn inuili In Han llermirdlno
iniinly, one of the outlying ptoportles
The deferte.I commencement day ul '
'Flniifoul has been chosen by the trus-
. .. - . . ... ..ii. . .,.. in..
tees, anu Bepiemoer nun i inu nuy
named, when all the graduates of Hie.
TUank books of all sorts, ledgers tratlon of Industries." In 1R!G Ihcro
ctt . raanutneturod by tt Dullcllul'ub. were 2.3H.471 Independent establish
llshlnt Company. i iiioIh In l'ranco.
Nothing But Butter
Sweet Violet Butter
It Im niiitlo from ptiro ecw
cretim nnd unlike many
ISo Manufactured Fats.
It' Plnvor l onv every wester
nppi-uclntcH. Tlio menufuc
ttirerM JnMlNt upon their em
ployucn tlint every pound
i-ntidu miiMt ho
" Pure and Clean."
Clootl butter mnkect etitlne
mi onjoyjililo nuccly; poor
butter mukoH eutlni; u plwu
POR SALE OINI-Y BY
YEE HOP &
Picked Up Bottle
After 25 Years
Seattle, Wash., Aug. 31. As tho
bark (loldon (late kicked up her heels
lo tho freshening breeze, which droto
I cr merrily out oi tho Norfolk, Vn
I arbor on Juno 12, 1882, Klrst Mnte
Joseph Keller Inclosed a nolo In n
llRhlly scaled bottle, and dropped II
over tho side. lrn would have to nrrlvt- on time nnd
On August 12, 1006, 0. V, Lovelier- be obliged to remain until tho meet
ry, who lives at South Seattle, saw a Inirs were nt mi end.
bottle bobbing up nml down on tho I The Brmi muster of Masons In OBIo
unlers of l'ltcct Sound. Loveborry
picked up the bottle, opened It, mid
found therein the nolo written by
Mato Keller, nearly a quarter of n
Loveborry hao forwarded tho nolo J
to Norfolk, and has received wold
that an attempt is being made by resi
dents of Hint city to lucate Keller or '
tomo of his relatives.
Other bottles containing notes have
been llontlug on the bosom of tho
otenn at various times, but It Is doubt
ful If there Is a case on record where
ono has drifted so Inr, or existed so
long as this one.
Loveborry states that the paper was
In a gooil slnte of preservation, hut
the writing was, barely legible on ac
count of age.
First Shots In
Douglas, A. T., Sept. a. On Infor
mation that two companies of Mex
leans are mandilng across the line to
City Council adjourned, and several
mots were nreu in tlie streets to siint-
.- n...i I- ,i.-
tnon ell iciib to rcjlsl tho general ram
ntul hwit wlilnl. mlvlit nrrnr.
These were the first shots In
coming revolution. At ii o clock the
Mpxh-niiH li.tvo lint nrrlioil. tloinclns
has a company of home guards, headed
by John V. MulllnH and William
Woods, both of Itooseielfs Itongh
, lllders. The guards were organized
nerrelly last month, ns they anticipated
the trouble Hint Is now at tlio city w
gales. Thero Is light lltlng at the Half
"- s..nin-i m- -
nrins. ns nearly all the lines nae lieeii
sold to .Mexicans. All the hardware
mores ore ikihk upenru u, -i um iw
inn hnvn i.i.n, niiiiniiiiu Hill Mini- im
The. labor agitators In recent years
In Fiance nre said to have had nn Im
portant effect in leading to a "rtmccn-
, ,i flf Ttti-. .-Hjirt'
Klaiuatu rttlwiocBerWi'TT, . P,
nnd A. M., of Ojsih. instead of erect
Iiir It bulldltiK 'intends to build n float
Iuk IoiIro room, to have Its home on
Lake Kwauiia, It Is proponed to hart
the craft moio out from shore at'n cer
tain hour nnd bo unappronchnblo tlur-
Iiir thu session except by boat. II
would nlso be linhiuo In that nil mem
hns Issued nit edict ncnlnst tho holillna I
of Masonic fairs to aid lu ralsltiK funds
to build n Masonic temple mid for the
"business profit of Its promoter or man
ni?cr." Tho Scottish Ulto Masons of Meri
dian, Miss., have decided to build o
halulome temple ou a site recently
Tlie grand lodge of Alabama, It Is
stated, carries on Its roll tbe names of
1102 ministers of the gotpel.
A scroti story Mnsoulc temple will
be erected In Atlanta, Ga. Thu struc
ture will cost 100,OUO.
The Itoyal Arch Masons of Maryland
have n present membership of -Xi'd.
During the past year there was n net
gain of ll'J.
The grand master of Missouri says
that "good work ntways makes a lodge
The Old Mnsoun homo of Kentucky
Is located ou a farm of Ida acres. Tbe
revenue derived from tho farm last
year netted $2,100, almost enough to
support the borne.
Plan havo been made for the erec
tion In !.ouvcnwoilb, Kan., of a Due
four story Mnsonli! bulldlue wltblu a
Donation day at tho Philadelphia
Masonic home was highly successful,
more than $15,000 In rash being do
nated, nsldo from tho contributions of
clothing nnd provisions.
Tho Washington Times says tho su
premo council of Scottish Itlte Masons,
southern jurisdiction, Is seriously con
templating building In Washington
homo for the widows of Indigent Ma
sous, with n school for the daughters
of such widows.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
How the (Jrarid 'Lodgea Ara Votlnf .
Tho Pytbl-iu Lodgo Becret appears to
bo keeping tab on how the domains nre
voting ou thu iieiidlug ntneudmonts to
the supreme constitution. It says:
"Out of fourteen utntes, whose vote we
ran verify by the grand lodge proceed
ings, three voted In favor and cloven
against the elghtettn year.'.amendmcnt
to tho supremo lodgo constitution. One
voted In favor and thirteen voted
against tho prooltlon to permit grand
lodges to llx tho minimum membership
fee. This does not look llko getting the
roijulBlto oto lu favor of cither propo
sition." Unity lodge of Doston conferred tho
milk of pngo upon n class of soventy
flvo candidates recently with dramatic
and scenic effects.
Illinois has decided to cmulato tho
example of Ohio Pythtuns, and a 200,.
000 homo In to lio located at somo cen
tral Kiliit In lllmols, probably at De
catur or nioomlngton.
Tho endowment rank of tho order
now has n membership of 73,000 In
Tlio first Pythlnu lodge 'was Institut
ed In Washlugtou ou 1'cb. 10, 1801.
Tho grand lodgo of Indiana directed
tho grand secretary to procure an altar
ami HUltablu robes, to bo used In the
dedication of lodge halls, tbeso to bo
loaned to lodges requiring their uso for
dedication purpose. This I an net
worthy of emulation by every grand
lodgo, sayH tho Independent Odd Fel
low, A dedication Is Incomplete with
out them, and fow lodges 't-aru to go to
tho exienso for article that are only,
as a rulo, used once In a generation.
Tho grand cncumpiuent of Utah dealt
at Its recent Bosslon with tho new trans
fer of membership law. It ulUnued
Its belief lu thu bencflclul character of
this legislation and desired to sco It ex
tended to ull branches of tho order,
Tho bazaar held by tho Odd I'ellow
of Providence, It, I In aid of the fund
being raised for a home la the Jurisdic
tion netted over 1,000,
Our -best and most truo friend and
brother Odd I'ellow Is ono who, con
cealing our faults from others, revoals
them to u In fraternal spirit and broth
Tho Odd Follows- homo nt Concord,
N. II., Is now said to bo worth four
times the sum paid for It. Tboro are
tweiity-ono residents at present.
Thu presiding oHlcer who docs not
act tho part with dignity nnd keep or
der mid docorum Is not it success as uo
bio grnnd, no matter what good ijuull
ties ho may iiosbess.
Klwood lodgo of Elwood, Ind re
cently con f cried tho degrees on Chauu
cey Morlan, supposed to bo the heavi
est Klk In tho world. Morlau weighs
over COO pounds.
A handsome now Ktks' homo was re
cently dedicated In Chester, Pa. Elks
from ull sections of the country wore
KnlBhU of Malta,
Now communderiM urn belug Insti
tuted tn many Jurisdictions.
February reports show a splendid nv
crtasu tu membership.
Jr --fflr Wja
While They Last
Fall Pippins, Bellfieurs,
Gravensteln and King apple
here In abundance. The fin
est ever brought to this city.
$1.75 wtilla this ship
mint holds out.
8anltarlum Nuttotene, Mel.
lose, Protose, Baked Beam,
Peanut Butter, Raisin Sticks,
and Graham Sticks Just here.
Henry May & Co.
22 Telephone 82
tut nnouicD nlrc
(me uudiicd uarc,"
I QUEEN and ALAKEA TS. I
FINE MEALS, I
ANO BEER, I
I . TEL. MAIN 492. I
!P.amara Jt On Pron -J
VIHs1l W VI flVfWt
manufactured from pure distilled Ma
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Ktwalo. Telephone Blue 1161,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
on your meal by purchasing one of
our J5.00 commutation lunch ticket
STAR OY8TER HOUSE.
FORT STREET NEAR HOTEL.
Better Than Ever
'PHONE BLUE 1411.
OP BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIES, ETC,
EVEVY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Best Meal In Town
on HOTEL ST. nsar NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIQHT.
T. Oda, Manager
French and Milk BroaJ
A SPECIALTY. ALL KINDS r'
OPPOSITE CLUB STABLES.
TEL. MAIN 197. ,
That all men's palate ari pleased
with the fare eerve'd by the ,
Corner HOTEL and BETHIL 8T8.
Alexander Young Hitel
Absolutely fireproof, finest
cuisine, elegantly furnished
and the beet of ssrvlt. it ::
J. H. HERTSCHE MANAGER
HONOLULU, T. H.
THE IDEAL AMERICAN DRINK.
Delicious; Wholesome Pur;
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKl.
Sole Agent. Phone Blue 1871,
FRESH FLOWER AND VEOETACLB
, SEEDS FOR SALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN SW,
OF ALL KINDS.
Oialirs In Lumbir and Ctfl
ALLEN & "OBINSON, l
QUEEN ST., il t: HONOLULU. A
McCHESNEY & 80N8,