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KVBNINfl Bm.t.BTIN. HONOUIM', T. II.. SATURDAY. SEPT. 15. 1908.
The Bright Friend Who Cheerfully
Cooks that Little Suoper,
A chafing dish, cf course. Who or what cite would do It at
midnight to daintily, so willingly? And not only a late supper,
but any unexpected meal, It will serve you In the same prompt
A serviceable, sensible wedding gift, too.
A large new and complete line of quadruple nickel plated
goods on hard metal just here, Including:
CHAFING DISHES AND TRAYS
BAKING DISHES AND LININGS
5 O'CLOCK TEA KETTLES
FRENCH AND DRIP COFFEE POTO
TEA SETS AND TABLE BELLS
CRUMB PANS AND SCRAPERS
BATH ROOM FIXTURES IN NICKEL AND GLASS.
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CORNER FORT AND KING STS,
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I work just arrived. Call early
and make your selection.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE COMPANY,
-Pays 100 Cents 0n$!
San Francisco, Aug. 7. Atlornry C.
n. Ktnard caused hope to beat ngnln
n the breasts of the policy holders nf
tho Fireman's KuncI Insurance Com
piny by declaring before n large gath
ering of the assured last night that the
California company would pay 100
vents on the dollar. Ho said that ho
Lad talked with the large policy-hold-mm
of tho company and with tho
t-tockholdcrs, and that they had assur
il him In confidence) that the core
I.any's losses would be paid In full.
Ho said that ho knew of the plan by
'vhlch this was to be accomplished,
lilt ho was not ready to tell It because
lie bad promised to keep (ho details a
secret from the public.
. Klnard's glowing words of nnmlso
Were recleved with doubt by the ma
jority of tho policy holders. Their
fondest dreams during the past few
n-ceks has been n possible settlement
of' 70 cents on the dollar and n milt for
Jhe remaining 30 cents against tho
Stockholders of the company. Kln
ard's 100-cent promise seemed to tlicm
.impossible after President Dutton's
yitatement to them that the Fireman's
gFund was going Into liquidation and
"(that no assessment would bo levied.
JrVet Klnard's confident manner caused
gi bappy uneasiness, ami nil of the
gtiollcy-holders promised to bo present
gat a meeting next Monday evening.
when Kl'nard says ho will give every
detail of the plan for tho payment of
J the Fireman's Fund debts.
j In the meantime tho organized pol-Jjlcy-holders
arc not willing to remain
t inactive. They arc contemplating
forcing President Duttou to mako a
.deposition giving tho names of the
(stockholders of tho Fireman's Fund
!to that' personal suits may be brought
against them. Duttnn told tho attor
Incy's representing tho policy holders
that a, first payment would bo made In
(August as planned, but that In tho end
JlIic assets would not begin to cover
. tho liabilities. Ho refused to glvo tlio
lames of the stockholders of his com
.nany'and. asked more time.
J.r'Tile policy-holders say that (hey can
'force Dut ton to glvo the names of tho
stockholders, and that these men will
lie sued under tho personal liability
'law of this State. It Is proposed to at
jach the property of the stockholders.
VJJaW BULLETIN AD8. PAY -mm
Canvis and Linen Oxfords
White, Green, Purple, Lavender, Alice Blue, Oyster Gray,
3.50 Values to Close Them Out at S1.75.
Ladles' $2,50 white canvas, turn sole, white heels, at ONE
Ladles' fancy colored Hose, to
L B, KERR
THURSDAY and SATURDAY
SEPTEMBER 13 AND IS,
THE MYRTLE BOAT CLUB,
A8SI8TED BY LOCAL TALENT,
Will Present the Comic Opera
MUSIC, FUN AND FRIVOLITY.
OPERA HOUSE PRICE8,
8eat sale opens at Wall, Nichols Co.
Monday, September 10, 1906.
Next Saturday Night
8:30 P. M. SHARP.
S. R. MclLVAIN
Philippine Ills. Champ, of Haw.
15 Rounds, Catchwelghts.
va. KID 8HARKEY
6 Rounds, 140 Pounds.
AH SAM vs. YOUNG DAVID
Return Match at 125 Pounds.
Referee Billy Woods.
Announcer Jack McFadden.
Prices: Ringside, $1.50; Reserved
Seats, $1; Gallery, 50c.
Tickets on sale at Fashion Cigar
Store, Hotel St
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin lives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
ssjs-xFir Rent" cards on sals at
the Bulletin otflcs.
match shade of Oxfords.
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ay after partaking of thlt
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self. A trial will con
vince you of Its superiori
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offered In this market
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Washington, Aug. 21. Rev. Dr.
Sheldon Jackson, farmer moderator
of the Presbyterian General Synod
the highest authority In the church
Is tho storm center of a Government
scandal uncovered In Alaska. Jack'
son Is United States General Agent
of Education In Alaska, and Is also
manager of the Government reindeer
Odd facts In connection with his of
fice have been secured by Secretary
of the Interior Hitchcock, who sent
Special Agent Frank C. Churchill to
Alaska. The result of the agent's In
vestigation Is now In tho Secretary's
Churchill finds that, while the Gov
ernment has spent about $250,000 for
reindeer to enable tho Esquimaux to
become self-supporting, and tho Alas
kan herd numbers 10,231, tbcro arc
only 2500 In the possession of the
Government. Through Jackson's In
strumentality tho reindeer have been
''lent" to the Presbyterian mission.
This "loan" apcars to havo been re
garded as a gift by tho mission, which
has been selling back to. tho Govern
ment young deer raised from tho big
The Presbyterian school at Sitka
received from tho Government as high
as $15,000 annually. Three olhcr
schools In Sitka are supported by tho
bureau which Jackson represents.' The
cports nf tho attendance at theso
schools havo been boldly padded by
Jackson, The real attendance Is piti
Jackson In his official reports stated
that a school had been started at
Shlsmarrf at an cxpcndlturo of 13599.
Churchill found no school, but only a
pile of lumber. Jackson s bureau of
education authorized tho expenditure
I of $300(1 for tho erection of a school at
Klvallna. Churchill found tho only
residents of that region two families
of natives living In tents on tho beach.
Already $2500 has been expended In
tho purchase nf lumber for this build
ing and Mrs. Wallon Is being paid $80
a month as a teacher, though she has
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc.. manufactured by the Bulletin Pub.
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16 .!'!.) I 16 9CIJI00 j'4, lt, 4 oj
lnst quarter of the moon Sept. 10.
'Times of Iheso tides not stated In
Times of tbo tide arc taken from
the United States Coast and Ocodetlo
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is 10 hours
30 minutes slow or than Greenwich
lime, being that of the Meridian of 167
degrees 30 minutes. Tho time, whistle
blows at 1:80 p. ra.. which Is the same
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon arc for local time far the
Friday, September 14.
Stmr. Nllhau, Thompson, for Kohn
la. 5 p. m.
T. K. K. S. S. Kasato Maru, Fllmer.
for Callao. 6:30 p. m.
Fr. S. 8. Amerll Dtipcrrc, Bernlei1, for
San Francisco, 5:30 p. m.
Stmr. Clnudlne, Parker, for Hawaii
ports, 5 p. m.
0. 8. Weatler Bureau,
Sept. 15, 19011.
Temperatures 0 a. m 75; 8 a. m.,
R2; 10 n. in., 83, noon, 83; morning
Barometer, 8 a. in., 30.05; absoluto
humidity, 8 a. m., 7.092 grains per cu
bic foott relative humidity, 8 a. m., 61
per cent.; dcwltyfllrit, 8 a. m 66.
Wind 6 a. m, velocity 4, -direction
NE; 8 a. m., velocity 4, direction NE:
10 a. m., Telocity 7, direction NE;
r.oon, velocity 12, direction K. '
Rainfall during 24 hours ended
a. m., 0.00 inch.
Total wind movement during 24
I'ours ended s't noon, 168 mites.
Section Director, United States
Per S. S. Klnau, Sept. !5, from Ha--"
nd Maul portB C . I Wight, II.
t-.Wood,E.-Johnson, Mrs. E. Johnson,
Warren Wilson',' 'Mies Irma Wilson,
Miss Cora Wllsdh, Miss Louise Wllbon,
Mrt. J. S. Matthews, Mrs. Harry Pics,
Miss Zclla Pics, B. Springer, D. .1.
Liashunchung, R. 11. Trent. C. E. Rud
dock, Miss Helen Leech, Miss E. Pow
ers, E. I Nanlcnwul, Mrs. M. A. Mc
llatton, Mrs. W. M. Langton, C. F. Hol
land, Paul Moore, J. U Matthews, E.
R. Armcrlge, Dr. M. Stnm. Olscn Reed,
Miss M. Shlpman, Herbert Shlpman
MIbs M. Tosh, P. C. Henderson, Miss
G. Jaklns, Mrs. F. O'Drlcn, Miss M,
Nakoa, Mrs. Kawal, E. II. Henry. Mrs
lshltakl and child, Miss lshlt:akl, Mas.
tcr E. Jaklns, Master J. T. Molr, U F.
Doollttlc, Mrs L-. F. Doollttle, Mrs. O.
Tinslcy, Miss I. Morgan, MrB. E. L.
Vuntenwen, Ray Horton, Mrs. Ray
Morton, Mrs. J. L. Penny, Miss G. Tow
er, Miss N. Haga'dorn, T. P. McDcwItt
J. J. Penny, P. S. Watson. Mrs. S. Wat-
I son, J. F. Davis, Wm. P. Thomas, F. M.
Jenifer, Mrs. S, U Desha, Miss E. Ka
pu, Miss M. Weir, Ah Hip, Joe Nlloru,
I M, a. Pucheco, Bruce Denncdy, Jack
I Guard, G. W. Wlllfong, J. N. Phillips,
1 C. E. Eakln, MrsrW II. Shlpman, Mlsi
I F. Shlpman, Mrs. J. T. Molr, Miss F.
' Molr, Miss Lv Molr, Clias. Lyman, Al
Inert Horner, K. Lldgate, W. Mdgatc,
J Henry P. IJecklcy, W. P. McDougall,
A. McDougall. Hiram Ashford, Mrs.
C. W. Ashford, Ashford Austin, Miss
M. AustIn,.Mrs. DTD. Bond, Miss Alice
liond, Howell Bond, Miss C. S. Bond,
John Hind, Mrs. John Hind, Henry
Hind, Oswcll Hind, Miss M. Illnd, Mrs,
V. O. Taylor, Miss D. Taylor, Mrs.
Jas. A. Kennedy, Miss Llxilo Perry,
J. W. Atkins, A. Mason, James Hind,
Mrs. Jamea Illnd, Rev, J, Warren,
Miss Ii. Tulloch, Miss M. Tulloch, .1.
D. Koki, MrB. J. D. Kokl, C. K. Notley,
Mrs. C. K. Notley, D. 11. Wilson, Y. N.
Joaucn, Mrs. Y. N, Joaucn, Jared G,
Smith, G. Komltoshl, Mrs. G. Komi
loslil and Infant, Mrs. It. J. Walker.
Miss M. 1inz. Miss E. Taylor, A. Tay
lor, G. G. Lcong, A. M. Kcaho, M. P.
Klmlmaka, Miss Daisy Jcrby, Stanley
DANFORD At Walpahu, on Septem
ber 7th, to the wife of II. G. Dan
1 ford, a son,
HAO In this city. Sept. 14, 1906, to
Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Hao, a daughter.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulla
(In and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
7Xii per month. Weekly uUttlR,
SX Pr eaj.
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$9.50 each H
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Perfect Home-Made Candy.
Don't that sound good? There Is perfection In all things and without
fear of denial, we believe we can claim our candles are near perfection.
The candymaker here Is an expert and Is always furnished with first
You can get any kind at The Palm, Including Chocolates, Creams, Taf
If you prefer Imported candy and want the best ask for LOWNEY'S
or QUNTHER'S. We sell them.
Ludwigsen & Juneclaus,
Rainier Bottling Works WwlH
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THE GOLDEN RULE. A
X X X X X X X ' X H K X X X K X
(A current Item states that tho
school children of. America will b
asked to contribute 5 cents or 10
cents each to rebuild thu San Fran
cisco schools. Ono of tho solicited
gives his views.)
Pay says the San Francisco schools
are In a awful pickle.
An' they'ro agonu to ast us each to
bring a dime er nickel
To help them hurry up an' build a lot'
vi scnoois, an men
We'll all be glad because their kids
kin go to school again.
Ain't that the worst? Why, when I
heard tho schools was burnln'
I como a-ncar a-attln' pa to movo out
to that town,
An' now, before the, kids has had n
ehanro to havo a time,
They want us to rebuild 'cm with a
nickel an' a dime.
Want us to build 'em! Why, those
kids ain't done me any hurt;
Thoy never done a thing to me; why
should I do 'em dirt?
When folks ain't got no home, ner
'clo'cs, ner feed, It seems to mo
It ain't no lima to pick on 'em; we'd
ort to let 'em be.
I'm sorry fer them San Francisco fel
lers, on' I'm glad
They nln't got no school today to kcop
'em fcolln' bad,
An' If I had a nicker for to glvo Away.
I'd ruthor buy some matches fer somo
tchoola that's standln' yet.
Suppose wo had a earthquake, an'
when overythln' was done.
An' all tho schools was burnt an' we I
T '-lis! llill n'MliiAliillfrt .nniiM.,, r
Icb Cream Parlors, Candy Factory,
Bakery and Lunch Room
was havln' lots of fun,
Suppose a San Francisco kid, cr any
Would build 'cm with a nickel right
away, I'd bust his face.
Grownups ain't got no sense; they
can't remember fer a day;
They'd git a feller all mixed up to
mind tho things they say; .
They tell us that we'd ort to allu3 act
tho Golden Rule,
An' then they ast us to rebuild some
other kids' school!
X "SUNSET" 'X
Owing to tl.o disturbances in San
Francisco this popul.i- magazine has
not appeared In Itc r:nubr form. But
tho June-July number la now out, and
old readers will bo glad to see that the
magazine has lost nothing In the earth
quake. It Is well Illustrated through
out, has a paper by E. II, Harrlman on
"San Francisco's Experience," an In
teresting contribution on the city of
Portland, Oregon, with verse, stories
and other articles Interspersed. Just
as valuable a publication as ever.
"National Finance" for August has
an Interesting reference to "Canadians
Coming to tho United States":
"Forty per cent, of theso," It says,
"aro engaged In manufacturing, 30 per
cent. In personal service, between 17
and 18 per cent. In trade and trans
portation, about the same percentage
In agriculture, and somewhat over 4
per cent. In professions. Tho percent
age In tho professions is approximate
ly tho samo as' that of tho native-born
whlto population in tho United States.
. . . Of the 300,000 engaged in busi
ness or following professional pursuits
In tho United States, many hold prom
Mary '. Maulo tells in tho "Recre
ation" magazlno for August of a "Va
cation In a Wagon," being tho account
of a trip through Colorado made by
tho writer and some friends. There
;3 ''.!! ' '
. ... K'.i.
ON TUE8DAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 190
AT 10 OCLOCK A. M..
at my salesroom, 847 KaahumanuSt.,
thero will bo sold
Pes. Black Whlto Print,
" Ktondykc Drapery,
" Whlto Plqfeo.
" Midlothian Mohair,
" Dorcas White,
Men's White Hose,
Ladles' Fancy Striped Hose,
Men's Alligator Slippers, . '
Men's Calf Gaiters, '. 1
Ladies' Button , Shoes,
Men's Jacket and Vest, '
Mcn'a Fancy Shirts, .'
ETC., ETC. . 1
JAB. F. MORGAN, '
. f ,
' ' r V
la no better way for the one 'who
wants a real vacation at a reasonable
Tho "Bulletin Bookman" tested .the
matter years ago, having made several
such trips one through old Virginia,
among historical scenes with huntlnk
and Ashing as side Issues.
Go to tho State you are anxious to
visit, buy a good horse and buggy, or
horses and carriage If thero are spir
al of you, or an old farm wagon'-wlth
a canvas top, It you knowrwhat you
are about then start along thVcpun
Stop at the first clear spring' for. a
drink and don't take anything strong
er than what It supplies; sleep In
your wagon onco In a while, but patro
nlzo hotels often enough to keep free
of dust. You havo no Idea bow much
real enjoyment you will get out of
such a trip.
Tho following Is what an exchange
has to say about my good friend Max
ey's new book: ,
"For several years the writings and
discussions of diplomatic questions of
Dr. Edwin Maxey have been given a
high place. The current numbers, of
the "Archives Dlplomatlques" contain
contributions by him. There la , per
hapti no other volume of equal length
which throws so much light qpon the
diplomatic achievement of the, United
States as "Triumphs of American Di
plomacy," by Edwin Maxey, M. Dip.,
I.L.D., which Brcntano's now announce
for publication. It 's written In a
style which Is at once clear,' simple
and easy, yet vigorous and convjoclng.
ino autnor snowB ntmseit entirely is-
mllar with the facts, the forces at
work, and the methods used. -Throughout
the work ho emphasizes the (rank,
straightforward methods which have
characterized American diplomacy
and shows how, even from the stand
point of expediency, they have proven
themselves Buperlor to those of the
old school dlsplomacy.
The work Is of Interest alike to the
general reader and the diplomat. As
a contribution to American political
literature, the work possesses a sound
Mr. L. O'Connell hsi a well-Illus
trated article on "A Holiday In Ta
hiti" In tho World Todsy for August.
Ono might almost substitute Hawaii
lor Tahiti throughout and still have a
fairly correct pictorial and literary de
scription of these Islands. There Is
a good paper on "College Men In Bus
iness" by Mr. Hapgood.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
the news of the day. For SI 'a year.
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