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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOMJLTJ. T. H.. FnitUV. NOV. 30, 1900.
Last Three Days
o OF o
Ends on Saturday
THIS OPPORTUNITY FOR HOUSEKEEPERS
AND HOTEL8, WHO WILL RECOQNIZE IT AS A GOOD TIME
TO ST"OCK BEDS FOR COLD WEATHER AT A BIO SAVING IN
EXPEN8E, SHOULD NOT BE OVERLOOKED
White. Grey and Tan Cotton Blankets
85c $1.00 $
5 80 O
White Wool Blankets
ncguiar r-rice 85C ji.oq $1.25 $J.r0f
SALE PRICE 5 80 05 jj;lf.j0
Full Size for doiiblo bods.
$3.75 $4 50 $500 $5 50
92.00 $3.65 91.00 ?4.G0
TULL SIZE, WELL TUFTED, SILKOLINE AND SATEEN
COVERED ALL GOOD PATTERN8.
Regular Price $1.25 $1.50 $2.00 $2.25
SALE PRICE $ .05 91.15 91.55 91.05
White Bed Spreads
$t.25 51.50 $1.75 $200
.. 9 . 91.15 9i.:t5 91.00
IF MONEY IS WORTH SAVING THE ABOVE PRICES ARE
WORTH INVESTIGATING. . I
. CEZ. OUn Vlf.'DOW AND INTERIOR DISPLAY.
. S. Sachs Bry Goods Company, Ltd.
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Hold Slrccl Store
BONDSMEN WILL BE
Be Put In Good
Immediate action Is Ileitis Inkcti by
Ihc Department tf Public Works In
the mutter of the Knwalhapal school
near Wnlalua. This building Is a one-
loiiiii school which has been built by
Contractor .1. M. Mansllctd and when
the. Public Works Inspector looked over
the completed structuro ho Immediate
ly refused to nccept It. The contractor
wns notified but did nothing whatever
ton arils remedying tho defects whlefi
ho had nllowcd to bo made In tho construction.
Tho contract with Mansfield called
for tho completion of tho building on
or beforo October 20, but tho tluard of
Public Works, which has cntlro ion-
trol oer the work till the building hn
been nccepted, has not taken over the
work nor has any money been paid on
tho contract. In the meantime Mans,
field has gone over to IIuclo, Maul,
where ho Is putting tip another school,
but, as Assistant Superintendent How-
land said, ."that building Is being In
spected cry carefully."
llclng unable to get nny satisfaction
from tho lonfractqr, How land has tak
en the next step and has nodded Wil
der & Co, who oro Mansfield's bonds
men, that unless they wish to take
somo steps In the matter (homsclvcs,
ho will collect tho money on tho bond
and hnvo tho work put in proper con
dltlon by tho men of his department,
charging the cost to tho bondsmen.
Wilder & Co. nrc. of course, not re
sponsible for tho bad work done by
MnUHflcld. Except on account of tho
fact that they furnished tho bond, they
linil nothing whatever to do with the
work which was dono so badly and
naturally feel that they havo not been
well treated In the matter by tho con-
PUGET SOUND DRYDDCK-
Washington, Nov. 10 Preliminary
plans for n big dry dock nt rugct
hound, tho only structuro of Hint sort
authorized nt tho last session of Con
gress, lmo been completed nnd ap
proved. 7'ho dock will havo tho Inrgrcl
nnd dceliest entrance of nnv nt 11m
naval docks, being 700 feet In length
with 131 feet beam at tho top and tl.lr-ty-scven
feet of draft over tho Bill. A
cross section will bo similar In Ihnt 01
tho more recent docks built for tho
.N'my. Thcsa dimensions urn such n
will admit tho largest ships built or
building, nnd will tnko In a 20-000 ton
b.Utlo.itlll) that Is disabled lo tlm ex.
tent of possessing abnormal draft.
Washington. Nov. IS. Tlin nryi lm.
portant chuiigo nt tho War Department
will probably he the voluntniy retire
ment of Ilrlcidler fleiiernl fi. if. Hum
phrey, quartermaster (iciicrnl, and tho
ictnlllng of Mnjor Carroll A. Devol to
succeed him In tho highest olllco In tho
nuartci master department.
Major I)col Is now on his way to
mis city, ostensibly for duly In the of
IliO of tho chief of staff. Ho stands
Sixth in the list of Malum In llm mmr.
tcrmastcr's department, and Is Junior
111 lwoui-lv.o tilllc,cr In tho corps. 110
win not ream retiring ago until 1923.
A widow named Muggins has sued a
Nottlng Hill tradesman for limnM, ni
promise At tho risk of being thought
old fashioned, I must confess it docs
not seem milto fair to malto a man
pay for tho Ilugglns ho didn't got.
Unscrupulous dealers are placing inferior
cigars in Owl Cigar boxes and selling them
Every genuine Owl Cigar has the letters
O. W. L.. perforated in the wrapper.
LOOK FOR THE PERFORATION
Gunst-Eakin Cigar Co., Inc.
Her Money Her Own and
Her Health Is
Iloston Post, November 2, 1900:
SCIENTISTS ANSWER ATTACKS
A sweeping, categoric n I denial of
tho allegation in ado by tho New York
Woil.S that n committee of Christlnn
Scientists is In legal consiittnllon with
ilew to ascertaining tho direction
of Ihc $15,000,000 which tho World
eels Is possessed by, Mrs, Eddy, was
Issued last night by Alfred Fnrlow,
who states that Mrs.Eddy never had
Mich a sum. Is not tho custodian of the
church funds, and that hor own per
tonal cstato is modest and Is her own
Tho full text of tho statement fol
lows: "Tho New York World of today,
Thursday, Nov. 1, publishes the fol
lowing statement: 'Tho World Is In
0 position to say positively that Ros
ton law) era wore today consulted by
fair-minded Christian Scientists, who
were convinced of Mrs. Eddy's col-
ictary, nor has ihere been any talk of
such an action, nor any occasion for
talk on the subject.
"Tho doors of Pleasant View stand
open, ns they havo In tho pasi; Mrs.
Eddy will receive her friends as
usual, and will go as usual on her
dally drives. Sho was out yesterday
and waB recognized by many of her
"No conferences hnvo been held by
Christlnn Brlcntlsls; no consternation,
excitement or perturbation exists.
"As, In times past, whci silly ru
mors dealing with Mrs. Edds health
lino been published this one hns
client Its forro nnd returned (o Its nn
tho nothingness, so far as Christian
Scientists nro concerned, nnd wo
think so far as concerns tho general
"TIichu rumors do not Injure tho
Christian Science cnusc.
"Mke n nilst Hint passes over Ihc
earth It may temporarily hldo tho
facts from tho general public, but as
tho mist passes away, without even
marring tho edgo of a leaf or a blade
of grass, so theso visions of misguided
Journalists fade away, and tbo great
cniiso nf truth continues steadily on
in its course.
"Each succcsslvo oxperienco of this
sort tends lo sharpen tho incredulity
of tho public and prepare them
against believing such reports, when
the next Instalment appears,
IGNORANT OK STORIES.
"Mrs. Eddy know not what the
World had published concerning her,
nor did she know anything about tho
questions which were to bo propound
ed in ncr.
"Sho knew, however, that sho was
being pnradPil because of most unrrns.
You need ice nil the year"routid In
Honolulu. The place to order Is
Hawaiian Electric .Co., U d.
Tel. Main 390 .
True Toy Talk
lapse, and will forco Calvin A. Fryo
and others In actual control of Mrs. nnablo demands to nrovo her very ox
Eddy, to toll what has becomo of her istence, nnd nil fnlr-mlndcd porsons
will buy the flno Rosldcnro of MIL
CHUCK HOY on Kamchameha IV.
Tlnnd near Tar Utin. Willi IIh Inrpn
nlry rooms nnd with nearly one rto
oi ground lasiriuiiy lain nui ann plain
ed with flowers and fruit trees It
makes one of tho DIOST HOMES In the
Biiburbs of Honolulu.
Here aro a few other Bargains for
$4500. 11 bdr. 75x160 Young St.
$30O0.4 bedr. with 4 acres ground,
$2760. J bedr, 60x90 Klnnit St,
$1300.-3 bedr. 50x100 (lullck Ave,
$1300-3 bedr. 60x130 Kukul St,
Etc., Etc., Etc,
I have, a number nf unimproved Iota
for sale mi easy payments and It will
bo well fur nii In tonimlt mn before,
buying your Itonl llntutu us 1 CAN
HAVK YOU MONKY.
AND TIIK OSI'OT PQI1 UQ9t Qf
TUB QfU 0VJiAU8,
big fortuno, estimated by thoso who
should know at nearly $16,000,000,'
"I havp Just returned from Mrs. Ed
dy's homo, and am pleased to Inform
tho World that sho Is well and happy,
and Is at her desk, giving Instructions
to her secretary, Mr. Kryo, nnd con
ducting her own affairs.
"Christian Sclantlsts havo no fear
about their leader. They aro well
i ware that the numerous statements
which havo been given out by her
triends, somo who are Scientists and
sonio who nro not Scientists, concern
ing her normal bodily and mental con
dition, aro true
"HEH FORTUNE 18 HER OWN."
"Tho church has nothing whatever
lo do with Mrs. Eddy's fortune, whe
ther it bo largo or small. It Is her
own property and consists of a legiti
mate wage for her services as a teach
er of Christian Science and tho legiti
mate profits on her books,
"Mrs. Eddy Is not a trusteo for nny,
church funds, nnd therefore has no ac
counting to render lo Christian Sclcn
"Tho church has no Jurisdiction ov
er her private holdings, and therefore,
no more right to know what disposi
tion she makes of ihem than they
have to Inquire about the prlvato af
fairs of any other citizen,
"Even n casual observer, with a
slight knowledge, of arithmetic, can
icadlly estimate that it Is Imposslblo
lor Mrs. Ed.ly to bo even a millionaire,
"I hold In my possession an affidavit
made, by Mr. Edward h. I'rlde, tho au
ditor nf the, books of tho Christian
Science Church, whkh states tint
Mi J. Eddy has never rucelvod any
money from the Christian Sclenca
Church will) the exception or $6000
which was tendered her by tho direct
ors nf tho rliurch for services render
ril during the creation nf tho ttxlrn-
Inn of tbo mother church In Huston.
Mr, I'rlde U n well Known bulnei
man mid Is mil it I'lulsilun HilunlUt.
"Nn llimlon j)i'h nr nny iiIIiit
lunula hattf Mu (uniiiiifd l Will"
llan nrienim wiUi lefniniru lo In
It'ifurliiK with Hid iIhUi and iim mn
who witnessed this event speak In
glowing terms of tho manner In which
sho bore up through tho terrlblo or
deal. Those who had novcr seen Mrs.
Eddy were not so well prepared to
inako duo altowanco for tho occasion
as wcro thoso who had seen hor.
P, E, R, Strauch
IWAITY UM5Q, 718. KINO 8THBBT.WI,,'1 '! IM'!' Willful MO..
MRS, EDDY SEEN AOAIN.
Press Representatives Watch Her
Walk Down Stnlrs Unaided and
Slnrt on Her Drive.
Concord, N, II., Nov, 1. Harlan C.
Pear roii, local rcprcscntatlvo of tho
Associated Press, and tho editor of
tho Patriot, at the Invitation of Mr.
Fryc, ono of Mrs. Eddy's secretaries,
stood In tho hallway whllo Mrs. Eddy
camo down tho stairs.
Thoy could not bo seen by her and
sho was totally unaware of their presence.
With hor hand sliding along tho
banister nnd the other barely touching
the wall she descended without appar
As sho reached tho foot of the
stairs, Mr. Frye, who was standing
there, removed a pair of mittens
which sho had worn to protect her
gloves, and then leaning slightly on
Mr, Strong's arm, sho walked to her
carrlago which was In waiting,
Just prior to tho closing of tho door
one of tho women members of tho
Household approached and adjusted a
cushion, and as sho withdrew, .Mrs,
Eddy said to hor and to Mrs, Strang,
In n vnlco sutllclently loud to bo heard
lliliiugh tho closed door of tho house
by in-, who Mood Insldo; "It Is a little
colder than yesterday, hut still pleas
snl,' and then by a smile luitltnto.l
I,', I desire In drive on,
Tlm Anntlatcd I'reis correspondent
imiiarkcd to the editor of the Patriots
",-llf, IMdy ook S5 per cenl hotter
Ihan sho did when all Ihc reporter
Weio nut lu'ii'," nnd Mr- HtlUhK tl'l'lli'd
Unit that wuh doulitleM dun in llm n
iltnmmit uiulnr whU'li ilu Inhered ul
he iimu mi,) that tlm vtn uttmll)
inn i' ur loan inhiifUei iy liuu
We are now exhibiting for the Christmas trade, one of the
most extensive and attractive stock of TOY8, DOLLS an'd NOVEL
TIES ever displayed In the Islands. .
Our buyer purchased at a low figure, to that, true to thla store
policy, they could be told for lett than others ask
When wo leincn aelllnj price nothing
la ubatractcd from qunllty.
It at good at the next man't and thert It no real
reason why you should not get Itt worth. A suit teleeted from
our NEW FALL PATTERNS, just arrived, It a guarantte that
you get "Your Money's Worth," We make them up to your
meaau'e at ready-to-wear prlcfs.
Our Suits for TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARE are UNEQUALEO
In this town, '
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