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BVKMINO tlTJt,t,ETIN, HONOMJLTJ, T. II., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 19, 190C.
m MASONIC TEMPLE THiS PSER
K ' A OF ALL
w f-j WKisky
M &t Horse
m- """" PUP1 Cellar
M Leahl Chantcr-lnltlatlon. aUJA. VUluUJiiX
B 1UHNI1AV Ejl'Vm
Hfc -Hawaiian rlrst Degree. ESSXRiiil
VK Honolulu Chapter C p. m. Rltnl!P;s
WJ? - I, "ytr-ThgjiJ&cs,
Kc AH visiting member of the fcjRlSSXlir't
rt order am cordially Invited to at- l-j
. tend meetings of local lodges. fe'ST5'v7F'r5
IARMONY LODGE, No. S, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30
la I. O. O. F. Vlall, Fort street.
K. It. 1IENI)KY, Secretary.
c. o. norrrx, n. ti
All vIsltliiR brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. cf i.
Meets every Tuesday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. o I'. Hnll, lv!ng
atroct. Visiting brother cordially In
vited to attend.
O. J. WHITEHEAD, O.C.
F. WALDIION, K.I1.8.
OAHU LODGC, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets eTcry Friday evrnlrg at
K. P. Hnll, King street, at 7:30. Mem
ben of Mystic I.oiUe, No, 2, Wm. Me
Klnlcy Lodgo, No. 8, and visiting
brothers cordially Invited.
A. II. 1IOND. C. (3.
A. S. KEN WAY, K.TLS.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge. No. Clt, II. P. O. V.'.,
will meot In their hall, m Miller
and Beretanta streoti, overy Friday
lly order of tho C. n.
IIAHRY II. SIMPSON,
ii. h. MimnAT, E.n.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODOE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening t
7:10 o'clock In K. c.t P. Hall, Hint;
s'.rttt. visiting brothers cordially In
vltJ to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON. CO.
E. A. JACOUSON, K.K.H.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Heeto on tho 2nd nnd 4th WEDNES
DAY evenings of each month nt 7:34
UtlocW In K. ot P. Hall, KImk RtnL
YUltiiiE Knglt-j nro Invited tr at
DAM MclCEAOJE. W.P.
Hawaii chapter no. 1, order of
Meets every' flrsi nrj third THUItS
DAY of onch month In Fraternity Hall,
Odd Fellows' IlulldlnR, Fort street, at
7:30 o'clock p. in. A full attendance
Is ileflrcd nt oery nieotlng.
Transaction of Business.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. H. M.
MeeM evnry serond ana fMtrth
FniDAY of each mouth lu I. O. 0. F
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DltAKE. Sachem.
a. n. MiinpiiY. c. of n.
A Superior Light to all others.
Aceytleno Qas Is superior In quality,
and cheapness radiates less heat, viti
ates the air less and has no Injurious
effects on the eyes.
For .urtlier particulars Inqulrs it
Also Calc'um Carbide of all sizes. In
drums and small cans, for Generators
and Automobile Lamps and all sizes
end grades of Qas Mantles and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANC, Manager.
Telephone Main 145. 143 Merchant 6t
ANY TIME -bTJS
Jy EVERY DAV
HAWAIIAN GRASS HUT8I
OPEN-AIR SKATING RINK1
ANIMALS, BIRD3, ETC., ETC.I
DONT MISS A GOOD TIMEI
f,e iht LiKtifong I)ti)i,
r ."flirt auttauon
IMIST 01 CITTIvn
Whito Korso Cellar.
Bolnff Mrh pricvd Whlik? tnnny dnn't ktt-p It
lr the cin M.I itotbr brtml.
MACKIE & COY. DISTILLERS LTD.,
I5LAV, GLENUVET, ANU CLA0GOW.
KINO AND DETHEL STREETS
Your opportunity at the
Hohron store to secure a
few bargains with your
purchases Is here. We
are preparing to move to
our Fort and Hotel Street
I Benson, Smith
& Co.. Ltd.
FINE SUITS FROM $15 UP.
made In up-to-date
HOTEL opp. BISHOP ST.
'Phone Main 487
YOU GET THE
PHONE MAIN 147
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU PENOVATINO. CO.,
J. J. Fern, Manager,
RlcharJw near Queen Sts. All tele
phone messages promptly attended to.
we call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
For Fine Millinery
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT 8TREET.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KING.
' COAT AND PANT8
CLEANED AND PRE8SED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT STREET.
o FINE o
Illiink bonks of nil sorts, ledgers,
etc'., manufactured by the Iliilletln Pub
LOCAL AND fiENERAL
To really make the break and look
tor a better Job requires a little nerve
and a little Bulletin ad.
Scissors, saws, sharpened. Webb's.
While steam anion, stnckyda stable.
Rest run of culTro in the city. New
Ucmcmlicr, miiilo every Sunday nt
the Hcisldo Hotel.
A law un-fiiriitehcd room Is wnnl
.cd. Keo nd, thli Issue.
l'oMoflUc Inspector Hare left for Hn
wnll jcrti'nlay for a lour nf Inspection.
The ll.ir Association will hold its
adjourned quarterly meeting at 4 p.
Judge Dnlo yesterday nnttirnllred
.Lund Vnkclicld of the firm of T. 11.
Da vies & Co.
Tho ship V 11. Flint Bailed yester
day ititt'inoon lor Kalmlul to clIscliaiKO
tho remainder of her rnrgo.
The Hiiird of Directors of the.Mcr
chnntii ABtociatlon will be held at t
o'clock lonionow afternoon.
Coat your iron roofd with "Arabic"
You will he surprised at Its cooling nnd
(ncwrvntlvo jiroiicrlk'fl. ( .CallforuU
Feed Co., agents.
A. It. Tinker, the local, cable olilce
man, has been ordered Ioro to Mid
way nnd will lcao on the Restorer to.
Fhn Japanese, yesterday contributed
?.'i and euslH uiiteco to the.l'olUo Coull
ticiuury, havliiR iileaded Killlty lo
A iniTlInK ot the Walnt.ie, Knlmii
kl and l'.iloln ltnprowinent Club will
be held Friday night nt tlio tlocin
Xtw Roods nro ready nt Illom'j.
Utdle.i luusllii underwear, sklit wataU,
skills, children's dre&sct. and ladles'
Wnlklkl Inn Is now owned by W. C.
Herein. Accommodations, supplies
and attendance absolutely first class.
Finest bathing on tbu beach.
I.lcut. nnd Mrs. J. U. ll.itiunh, 10th
Intantry, ti. R. A., nru the jiarentH of
r. (on, born Heplcuiliei' 17, nt the Knplo
lanl Maternlly Home.
When j on mint a picturo framed
take II to the I'uelllc l'kture Friunliij
Co. on N'uii.iuu btrect. They bau
artists' ninlcrinl fur sale.
.lamed .lohuson, tin old employe ot
tho Ilonokna plnutallon, was kltlid but
Monday by belli); run oer by n car,
which crushed I otli his lees.
HIsh Dorothy Eftlnger leaves for
Portland, Oickou, this afternoon on
the Aoriingl via Victoria, whero bIio
will attend Kt Helen's Hull. .
Tcmleiii for iccovrrlng uuclior. and
cable lelt nt the Wnlinanalo beach ttie
inlkil for by II. UucLfclil & Co. For
lurtleiilars scj notice tills tsue.
Don't PitKct t!iu (uiiiblucd nrmy
limy and editors dauco at tho Seaside
The caucus uf tho Democratic Legis
lative and Con lily delegates of the
Coutily of Oabu will be held at Wav
er I y Hall Friday night at 7:311 o'clocli
'1 lio Young l'eoplo'u boclctlcs ot
OjIiii will liavo their fall convention nt
Central Union Church Friday at 7:30
p. m. Holier Jones uud Paul Super
will bo the speakers.
Tho liilcr-ltdniid steamer Ko An
Hon, which went out yoklenlay, wan a
day late, being delayed In tho lauding
of her targo by being used as (lie
Judges' lio.it on llegalln Day.
l.'iiul Comnilr.sluner Pratt, who went
lo I lilt jesterd.iy on tho Klnau, Ik oil
IiiihIiicss louuecled with his olllic. lie
will attend ii land ease, trial lliero ami
expei Is to return about September 2?.
Tlio lAillcV Society of tlin Central
Union Church will have n social nt
.Uih. W. A. lloweii'a resldeiico. on Ke
ualo'stieet, tomuriuw, from 3 In U p.
m. Strnugeis in tho city are Invited
Tim Mcaiucr Nmiid.in, vt lilt-h was
lepomd duo today, will not nrrio
until Saluiilay. Tho agents of thu
Ameflinii-Ilawnlinn Company report
that she did not leave (lie Coast on
II. (1. .Mlddleillicli wilt sail for Vun
(Omor In tho Auraugl today. At San
ri.iiicl.sco he will meet .Mrs. Mldiile
(lltch, nllh wliom liu will go to Pasa
dena, nnd return to Honolulu In No
vember. Heiiicmber n delicious dinner at the
popular pihu of ouo dollar Is served
every eenlug on tho great seml-ilr-cular
lanal ot the Seaside Hotel, rie.t
Miluo for tlio muhey and lootest place
in town lo (line.
ltoheit Cliuilou returned jciterdny
from tlio Wnlinanalo lloach station ot
llaekfild & Co., where ho bad been
stationed since, tho stranding uf tho
Maueliuila, ailing as fctcnogiuiiher fur
llackfeld & Co.
Tho Democrat lo county convention
of Hawaii will meet nt Kohala Sep.
tember 23. Tho Claudlno will mako a
Kliei;tai tllp floin llo, taking thllty
two delegates fiom theie, tlio Mannu
I.o:i will bring twenty-two fiuni Kuiui
and Kan, and llfteeu will romo over
land from llamalaia.
Frank Holme will leave In the Si
erra for New Zealand, where, ho will
ho an honorary repicsentntlvo of tho
I'toniotloii Committee lit tho exhibition
of Chrlslchurch, as well as tonrlfit
cgent for tho Young and Muuna Hotels.
Ho will laka along speelmenu llluc
tratlnj; tlio local Industries.
Tho monihcifi ot tho Southern Cali
fornia editorial paity this niuriiliM
went to (Jiiurantluu Island ns tho
guests of Dr. U. K. Cofer and thu stall
of tho United Slates Marino Hospital
service I.nuneheH w'ero wnltlug for
I hem nt tho foot ot Fort street nt U
o'clock and ninny nvulled themsolvos
of Hie opportunity to nbbcrvo ths man
ner In which tlio llovernmeut endrnv
ois to pnitett Hawaii against tho dan
ger of diseases being hi ought In fiom
' Do I Need
) o 0V-3
k V oop
No. I 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,
MONUMENT8, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 17G-1E0 KING STREET. PHONE 387.
Attorneys C. W. Asliford and W. W
Thayer held an Interesting session ei
terday atlcrpoon In Judgn Itoblnsoti'.)
lOiirt, whin the former dccl.ned Hint
the return on n subpoena said to hava
been served by Speclnl (Juicer C.irl V
Hoso, on I'rl'icexB Kalanianaole, was
falso and that the ollleer had never
been near the- wilnebM. Thayer nske,l
that a bench wan ant bo Uoied for
the Prlncesn, lit which Asliford heenino
angry nnd threatened all sorts of illio
mishaps lu uuc "'B wits done. Then
Thayer offered,!!) toutluiin the enso till
this iiiiirnli;cMiinil that a second sub
j'oenn bo Issued for tlio lady. Asliford
would not agico to this either, but
Judgo Itohlnsun decided that It was
the best way to handle the matter nnd
It was iliinii uccordincly.
Additional Cable Newt on Page 1,
Havana, Sept. IS, An agreement be
tween tlio government nnd Insurgents
may be teiein-d when Secretary Taft
arilvea tmliy, (luena and CnHtlllo are
lendy to Jylu fouea outside of Ha
vana. III1L HEATED
Conroiil, N. II.. Sept. IS. 0. M.
Floyd, Republican, was nominated for
(lovdiior yesloiduy, defeating Wins
ton Churchill, tile novelist.
FATAL Ml (
fliithrle. Ok.. Sept. 18. Eight wcrn
killed uud twenty Injured on a Itock
Inland train near hero jcstcrilay, ow
ing to tho collapse of a bridgo over tbu
New York, .Sent. IS. In tho prim
nrlcs yesterday Pardons defeated Odell
and Murpliy beat .MiCIellan by a liar
llnnghnng. Sept. IS. Twenty
Freuelimeu were killed In a collision
hero hdween tho steamer Frondf and
n tinmp. -
Mazatlan, Feit. IS, Floods have
caused the djitb ot llfly-ono peoplo at
Teple, Kivo hmidied mo homeless.'
Chicago, Sept, IS. Vollva has been
chosen the leader of Zlon, Dowlo will
go lo Mexico,
Svo.iborg, Sept. 18. Sovenleen mu
tineers have been executed nnd eighty
Hoy(o-"'llicy say that lightning
never stilkes twleo In tho same spot,"
Joyce "Jersey lightning doe.4 If yoij
linvo got another ten cents."
The Weekly Edition ot the Evening
iiullctlu gives a eonipleto summary of
the news of tho day. For SI a year,
wouldn't you like to eeme down to
earth and see how things have
It' Just as Interesting to look back
several thousand year and tee the
ancient civilization of the Egyptians
to learn of lost arts and note how
many recent scientific discoveries
were In common use In those times.
You can see It all In the new first
complete history of
PUBLISHED FOR 'THE QROLIER
Complete set In twelve volumes,
containing over 1100 colored plates
and photogravures. Half Morocco or
buckram, $3 a month until paid.
Wm. C. Lyon Co,
FORT AND HOTEL. STREETS.
Variety Of Crimes Will
Be Investigated By
Tbu flrand Oury started lis work lor
tho present term tills morning and will
be occupied for boine little lliuo with
tlio cases which will como up. There
are two murder cases to occupy tho at
tention or tho Jurors .this term, tho
one being the murder committed on
Punchbowl by Carvalho, the Portu
guese who killed a Norwegian named
MangiiH Kolktward ou July 1 of this
year, us tlio result ot Jealousy over a
untlvo woman named Mrs, Oueka, with
whom both men wcro In love. Carvnl
ho bus mndo a confession ot the crime
and tho case will probably not take up
eiy much of tho time ot tho Jurors.
Tho second murder caso Is that
agulust two Japanese named Malda
and Mlamurn, who ate alleged to havo
MVd a Japanese named Mlucoku In a
stabbing alTiay which tewk place near
Waliuliu on Juno 1C, The fight was
one lu which a number ot Japanese
took part uud tlio murdered mail was
killed in bis own store. Tbero nro
several witnesses to tell their storlea
to the Jurors and the case Is rather
complicated on ucioubt of tho number
who took purl.
(leorge Kuupena, tho natlvo who
Hole 2SU0 pound ot leud from the local
pumping elation two months ago, will
be Mongol liofoie the Jury for Indict
ment. Ho is charged with larceny In
the llrst degree 'and has niudo'u con
fession Implicating another man lu thu
ci lino with him. Tho result of the. In
vestigation ot tho grand Jury may re
sult In u becotid nrrc3L
Joe Manuel, a Poituguesewlll have
his cuso Investigated. Ho la alleged to
have stolen a lot of dry goods from
one of tho local Chinese merchants
and tlic witnesses nualnst him are
mainly, from the lower class ot women
(if tho town. Manuel, utter commit
ting tho alleged crime, is said to luive
been very generous to his lady fi lends
of this class, who havo responded b
testifying against him.
A Chinaman, named Akca will bo
before the Jury on a serious charge
Hn hi alleged to havo had lnlercouria
with a little girl under tho ago of con-f-cnt.
The child In tho caso does not
look to be over 11 years old nnd his
case will have careful Investigation.
lAuotber Chinaman, named All Cue
ong, who Is suld to huyo stolen live
bolls ot denim doth from a storo on
tho corner of 'l.lllha and King streets
Will bo beforo the Jury ou a charge of
lurceny In thu first degree
Thu members uf tlio Orand Jury are
C. J. Hiitchins, foiemun; J. D. Dole, h.
h. Marshall. F. M. Lewis, F. I Wald
lpn, F. 12. lllnkc, F, 8. Lyman, Jr.,
(leo. U. Potler, J. Sehuaek, W. II.
Heine, C. O. Campbell, W, H. Mclner
liy J. Mi McCheaiiey, John Efflnger, J
J. lacker, J. ttldwcll and 1). (. May.
"I was thinking of learning to piny
on tho cornel."
"Do you think your wind is good
"Oh, I can blow It without ouy
"That's all right; but I mean do you
think you could outrun any puisuer?"
Action Awtlting Consent
Of Directors On '
. ' Coast '
Onomea stock Is at 'present receiv
ing considerable attention, from the
dock market devotees, especially In
view of tlio fact that an appreciable
mine In dividends, from 1 1-2 per cent,
to 2, 2 1-2, or possibly even more, I
This report was confirmed by (leo.
II. Robertson, the vice president of
Brewer ft Co., when ho' was seen
about tho matter.
"Yes; wo plan to Increase the divi
dends of Onomea," ho sajd. "Tho re
ports from the plantation show that
the crop has overrun our cstlmata
very considerably. As a matter nt
fact, It would probably hnve, been
done already, it I had been able to get
tho board of directors together. It Is,
however. Impossible to get a quorum
together, ns, several of the dlieetois
are in San Francisco.
"In the meantime ho has written to
tbo directors, who aro now In San
Francisco, about tlio matter, submit
ting my proposition to them. I wrote
by tho 'China, ho they havo now re
ceived my letters. As I havo receiv
ed no cables" from them, I expect to
hear from them by the mall of the Si
beria, which arrives on tho 27lh.
When I havo their signatures to the
proposition, you see, I can call a mi
nority meeting, which can decide on
"At present Onomea Is paying 1 1-2
per cent., nnd tho proposition Is to In
crease It to 2 or 2 1-2 per cent. I do
not want to give out any oxnet flguro,
which might inlluenco peoplo In their
transactions with the .stock, as the di
rectors In San Francisco might ot
course want to Increase tho dividend
con over 2 1-2 per cent.
"Onomea Is at present tho favnrlto
rn tho street," said a leading broker
Ibis morning. "They havo been buy
lug at 32, 35. 37 1-2 and 38, and yes
terday It was reported at 40 In San
Francisco. An Increase of dividends
If confidently expected, an Onomea
has made n phenomenal showing, and
Is probably today on a bettor financial
-standing thnn any other plantation."
(Continued from Page 1)
Oill, Frank Archer, S. K. Mahoo and
J. M, Kealoha.
Ji'ssc Makainal will bo put up for
Comity Auditor. Tbo Homo Rulers
will endorse D. Kalauakalanl Jr. for
The honor for County Attorney Is
Mill open. Carlos A. Long lias been
approached by tho Homo Rulers to
i un for County Attorney, but Mr.
I.011K has not given bis answer. Mr.
Long admits the request ot the Home
Holers for him to (III their ticket as
County Attorney. Should Mr. Long
decline the 'ofTer, Mr. J. M. I'ocpoe
will probably bo put up, although he
In considered a probablo caudldatc for
J. M. Pocpon Is tho choice of the
Homo ItulerB for Sheriff; but if It
will bo seen that ho hag no show ol
winning out, then Colonel laukea will
be endorsed. "Wo are trying to get
tho best men to represent our ticket,"
said u prominent Home Killer yester
day, and It Is Immaterial whether he
be a Republican or a Democrat. That
Is tho least of our considerations. Just
so long as ho Is the man to whom
wo can entrust any office In our gift,
and who ran win out."
SALVATION HARVE8T FE8TIVAL.
Thcro will bo special Harvest Fes
tival services In tbo hall, corner of
King and Nuuanu streets, on Saturday,
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday even
ings, commencing at' 8 o'clock. Key.
Dr. Hebcr Jones, ot tlio Methodist
Church, will speak nt the Saturday
night meeting Adjutant Ilnmberry
test" Monday night will bo a dill
will speak Sunday night on "The liar
drea's demonstration. The salo will
bo on Tuesday night.
Anybody wishing to dnnato anything
tor the sale, can ring up Dine 2S31, or
wiilo Adjutant J, II, Uaiuberry. P. 0,
Uo SIS, Honolulu, and tho, donation
will bo called for.
Fruits, vegetables, groceries, cloth
ing, eurloa or anything that can hi
told, will bo acceptable s
In tho llrst half of tho year lOOti
Scotland pioduced an amount ot ton
nage from her shipyards unprecedent
ed In the history or shipbuilding. In
thesu six months the shipyards put
Into the water no less than 207 vessels
of all sizes, with an aggregate tonuago
of SS0.4KU. Tlie nearest approach' to
that record was made In Scotland In
1902, when In six months 259,804 ton I
The BU8INESS MAN'S HANDY IN-
DEX. nil Mia hit H lit th fiatn4u d..ii.
"i t- "- ? ill WHtUIUttF (BUIt
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise ana complete return or all, le
gal notices, calls for tendert, Judg-
Minll ItiillHlnr. MAtmfta hm.4 ...I ...
tate transactions. Evenln" Bulletin,
75t per mopth. Weekly Bulletin,
81 per year.
m mt 1
ttt'-Foe 'Rent" earHa nn aaU at
the Bulletin office.
Alkaline Antiseptic Make th
gumt strong and healthy, gives th
teeth a pearly lustre, purifies th
breath. What more could you ask of
8OZOD0NT7 Do not experiment with
dentifrice. The teeth will net ttand
Stand by 80Z0D0NT and tb teeth
will stand by you.
(Continued from Paga 1.)
ono of those present; gives the follow
"The meeting ratified the action of
the' Central, Committee In setting
asido" tbo previous primary nomina
tions, which yterc held outside ot tlio
rules laid down by tho committee. It
was unanimously decided to hold a
now primary tomorrow evening at
7:30 o'clock at the new prcclnqt head
quarters at Baptlste's tenements on
the Mollllll road mauka, bringing them
within tbo proper precinct boundar
ies, as before, they wero1 In the First
Precinct ot the Fourth. At only five
nominations were made, Including W.
A. Kinney, 11. A. Juen and John Rf
finger, former delegates from this
preclnci there will be no contest. Tho
Second, which has been a hotbed of
Republicanism for the past few years,
is expected to divide Its vote this
year. Instructions will be given at
tlie meeting tomorrow night for the
voting ot tho delegates at the con
(Continued from Pag 1)
bad from tho standpoint of proper ac
commodation for tlio children. Many
grades have moro children than one
teacher can handle and do her best by
each child. There Is no question that
some very radical Bteps will have to be
taken by the next Legislature If the
common schools' of this city are lo
furnish anywhere near the proper ac
commodation lor the. young. .
A friend of tho Inventor says that
Thomas A. Edison Is very fond of
smoking, but that sometimes he be
comes so absorbed In work that he
even forgets that bo has a cigar In his
Mr. Edison onco complained to a
man In the tobacco business that he
(tho Inventor), could not account fpr
the rapidity with wblch the cigars dis
appeared from a box that he always
Kept In his office The "Wizard" wa
not inclined to think he smoked them
all himself. Finally he asked tho to
bacco man i what might be done lo
remedy tho situation.
The latter suggested that be make
np some cigars "fake" them, In other
words with a well known label on
'Til fill 'em with horsehair and bard
rubber," said ho. "Then you'll And
that thcro will not be so many miss
Jug." Several weeks later, when the to
bacco man was again calling on tb
Inventor, the latter suddenly said:
"Look here I I thought you wero go
lug to fix me up some fake cigars!"
"Why, I did!" exclaimed the other,
In hurt surprise.
"Don't you remember the flat box
with a green label cigars In bundle
form, tied with yellow ribbon!"
Edison smiled reflectively. "Do you
know," ho finally said In abashed
ones, "I smoked overy one ot those
cigars myself!" Saturday Evening
- POOR ROCKEFELLER. -
Cleveland, O., Sept. 3. John D.
Rockefeller sat In the Euclid avenu
Baptist Church yesterday uud beard
his pastor, Hev. Charles A. Eaton, lu
velgh against money riches. "Some o(
the poorest people I know are the rich
est, In the money sense," said thu
preacher, and all eyes wero turued to
ward Rockefeller to see how he took
the statement. There was a smile on
bis face and an ulmost Imperceptible
now, as he agreed with tbo sentiment.
The preacher said that the world
was richer than ever from the view
point of( money but said that In the
race for wealth men havo tailed to
build for the hereafter.
"Men of today, In the fight (or
wealth and recognition, have turned
their backs upon the old-time sanctu
ary of the soul; have shut their hearts
to all but the, call of gold. They may
have wealth of goods, position, recog
nition, iney may be Judged great In
world powers. Hut most of them are
poor, miserably poor, I say. They are
not living for the hereafter."
Again John D. nodded bis head and
smiled In approbation.
Th BUSINESS MAN'S uiunv lu.
DEX, published In the Saturday Bull,
tin and tha Weekly Edition, gives a
conclte and complete resume of all I
gr.l notices, calls for tenders. Judg
ments, bultdlna narmlla an.1 m.i
tate transactions. Evening 'Bulletin,
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