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IHQ MEN WHO WILL
OF ALL THE
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fcnllan News Co, Yoium bldg I'liouu
234 or cor. Alnkoa ami Hotl 8t.
Geo Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys. Music- I;o.tra, Sharpening of
Fine fittliTv ltoar Union drill.
The W:okly Edition of the Evening
ttyilletin glvos a complete summary of
tho r.cvis of the day.
J535- Fine Job Prlntlnc at the Hul
Home for Sale
House new and attractive, three
bedrooms, parlor, diningroosi, kitch
en, bath, lanai, &c.
BishopTrust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
1 tS7 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
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i.-.J Othor Desirable LocaHtl-ss.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and.CULICK AVE3.
No Reasonable Offer defused.
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by Mrs. Ainollu Smith, daughter ot
Prof. Swift (linguist); rapid meth
od, perfect accent: modorato tonne.
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klkl. Oenernl employment Office,
cor I'etmnrnln nmi Oeretunln
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fmlUi St., hot. Hotel and Pauahl.
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anything that you want to
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looks 50 better, and lasts
50'! longer. These are facts.
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THE PALM CAFE
"' Hotel Street near Fort.
Of the money you
would save by having
your clothes made to
your measure by us.
Same price as the ready-to-wear.
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manufactured from pure distilled wa
trr. Delivered to any part of city by
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CHOICE CUT ROSES, CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC.
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A Suecialty on Saturdays.
BEST BREAD ALL THE TIME.
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For Rsnt" cards on sale at
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U TUNINO OUARANTEUD.
nslilngon. I). (' , Jim. 21 Dur
ing t lie de'iato In the limine today
on tint levlslon of tho pen il de,
Mr Payne of Now Yoili Bald some
Allssouil incnibom wero making
tacks on the hill fcnilng if the) didn't
ilo something Missouri' would stay
peinuinently In the1 Republican col
umn. Champ Clark of Missouri replied.
He explained that lit the hint elec
tion T.'j.OUO DoniocrnlB In Missouri
Hayed hcime "liccnu'o they did not
like n certain telegram sent from
Esoims to the St. Louts convention.
Those Democrats wero not dead "
"They have not moved iiwnj," lio
said, "and tliny did not Join the Rc
pilhllean parity, because Roosevelt oli
Ij got 7. ooil votos more than MrKln
lc. In l'lOO."
'Hie net moment, lie threw tho
House Into nn uplunr when he de
clared that "on tho eighth of July
next, we lulcnil to' nominate William
J. Ilr .in for President."
Continuing. Sir. Clark challenged
the HepuhlicniiH to name their man.
'I will bet my head on the proposi
tion," he Bald, "that tbere are not
ten man on that slilo that will daro
rtanil up and say who their candidate
"I can tell you who the gentleman
fiom lltinolH la for,"' Interjected Mr.
liinitell of Illinois, who tool, up Hid
"You aie for Uncle .loo Cannon,"
suggested Mr. Clark.
"I am for hint," replied Mr. llou
tell amid Republican applause "You
nmv noinlnute your llr)a:i In .1 til t.
bin wo will elect Cannon In Novem
ber." Some amusomoiit was created when
Mr. Clark Inquired nT .Mr. lloutell It
h" vws tertnlu "that the Admlnls
tuition foicos would bo for I'nclu olo
"Every xHopubllcfiiif'Inv tho United'
States will be," said Mr. lloutell
"Ah, don't )ou bcllevo any such
stuff ha'thnt," aald Mr. Clark, wboso
retoVt called for more doiiionstiutlvo
i.yVlaiis which broke nut again
wffi Mr. Cl.nk tiuiulred of Mr. Hon-,
tell, "Weie ou .it Ike Rr dlron dln-
liei lieie khon JiOsoVOlt lllul l-or-iil.er
had tli.it fiitsT"
"That," rcf.l'.t' Ilautef!, "was sim
ply one of lhn:o,iy.t1le ebullitions nt
tplilt that w'JJI bo cntlicly.orRottvti.
and eeiy Itopiiblican In (he country
wlll'Voto for tho Republican nonil
ileo." "One ltrno flsheiman," remarked
Mr. Chiilf. with n sigh, as lie took
hid seat amid slio'lH oi laughter fiom
the DemoqintU Hide.
IneHllmi!ion slum- ilrit PrcsldiMt
Hoo'cvelt has no num. lu the Knlck
eibucker comii.iiu 1j-'ii of N'W Yoik
and no Interest in ! i liabllltatlnu
Overvholming Proof that Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Vogetablo Compound Succeeds.
Ono of tho greatest triumphs of
I.jilla R. Piukhain's Vcgotablu Com
pound Is tho voiuiucrinp; of woman's
dread enemy Tumor,
Tho growth of a tumor Is so in
sidious that frequently Its prcseneo
Is wholly unsuspected until It U well
So culled "wamlcrlne pains" may
como from Us early stages or tho
presence of danger may bo made
manifest hy excessive monthly periods
accompanied by unusual pain, from
the abdomen through the (frolu and
If you liavo mysterious pains, If
thero nro Indications of inflammation
or displacements, secure a bottlo of
Lydla H. Plnkham's Vegetable Com
pound, inado from natlvo roots and
herbs, right away and begin Its use.
Tho following letters should con
vlnco every suITerlnu woman of Its
virtue, and that it actually does
Mrs. May Fry, of 830 W. Colfax
Ave , South llend, Ind., writes !
Dear Mrs. Plnkhum ;
"I take great pleasure In writ--Ing
to thank you for what Lydla li.
Pinkhnms Vegetuuio uoiupounu uns
done for mo. 1 nlbo took tho Wood,
Puriller In alternato iloscs.wltli tho
Compound. Your medicine removed n
cyht tumor of four yours growth,
which thrco of tho best physicians
declared I had. They had bald that
only nn operation could help inc. 1 am
very thankful that I followed a friend's
ailv'lco and took your uicdlcluo. It has
made mon strong and well woman and
1 hhall recommend It as long us I live."
Mrs. E. F. Hnycs, of 30 UugglcsSt.,
Iloston, Mass., writes;
Dear Mrs, Plnkhain:
"I hrive been under different doctors'
treatment for a long tlmo without
relief. They told mo I had a fibroid
tumor, my abdomen was swollen uml
1 suffered with great pain. I wroto
to you for advice, you replied and I
followed your directions carefully and
today I aiu n well women. I.ydla E.
l'lnk'ham's Vegetable Compound ox
polled the tumor and htreugthcucil my
Mrs, Perry llyers, of Mt. Pleasant,
Iowu, willes '.
If SunnlorB Korake'' and Dick of
Ohio have nn Idea that they can
slop the Piesllent .ippolntliiK post
masters In Ohio by Retting the Sen-
ut-iato to reject tho appointments,
(bus hurt tho Tnrt boom, they nro
indlcatly wrong, wrltei the Washing
ton correspondent of the New York
Hvonlng Telegram. The President, It
wns said todny by persons close to
the Whlto Hoiife, has anolhor Idea
Tho Senators from Ohio protested
against the nllegcd dlsli ibutloii ol
postofllrcs In the Inlorest of the Taft
boom. In one case It was cluirpe I
that n mnn was nominated for a poat-
olllee, but tho PostnlTIre Department
declined to accept htm on the ground
(hat tho Incumbent wns u Rood otll
i lal ami there wns no reason to turn
At that time the man nominated
wns chairman of Ills County commit
tee nmi 'was niitl-Tnft. Tho story
fioe that ho "Hopped" later, became
n Tuft man, got tho committee lo In
dorse Taft, and wns then duly nom
inated and recommended by the Pres
ident. Ho wns among, tlio hatch
turnud down by tho Semite.
At nny rate, llio narrative In po
litical circles lepresents that tho
President will go right on naming
mon for poitolllces and the Senators
may tut n them down.
Kery time, one H rejected, 'It Is
calculated, the Pcirnker foices will
mako one new enemy with n deter
mination to Impress his feelings on
the men who deprived him ot tho
job. It Isn't Just clear where tho Tult
mmemenl In going to lose much by
Society folk ,itid muslc-Ioers will
lui u out In force HiIh evening to hear
the splendid concert of the Honolulu
Smphony Hoilctj In llishop hall, Pu
liation College. Tha concert will be
gin iduvrn nt 8:15 o'clock and will
oiislst ot Mvornl '.eoIccIIoiih by the
kyniphony Orchestra, ocal solos by
Mrs 13. Kuhl imd a mixed chorus com
pofyd! ojitlioi best voMilis)Silu the
Visiting. loiiih.Jh Ry)Uil i)iitnss
the opiiotltiiilti (plliohr this fine con
teit. The admission fee will bo Si
fin letcrved feats..
Coutucr Lanlcriimn nd deputy of
l.os Angeleb nine been Indicted by
the (iraml Jurv on charges of graft
ing.! holding up undertakers, and
theft from dead bodies,
I'elrs r r, n ir i I Putnam of rev
nliitl nar fanir. aie plannliiR n meet
Ing in 1iMi a flnlu to recover $30..
" s.iM m be dii" from his estate
In Hurnpe will be liiiub
Dear Mrs. Plnkhnm ;
"1 was told by my physician that I
hud a fibroid tumor ami that I would
have to bo operated upon, I wroto to
you for advlca, which 1 followed care
fully and took I.ydla E. Plnkhnra's
Vegetable Compound. 1 am not only
cured of tho tumor hut other femulo
troubles and cifn do ull my own work
after elgh years of buffering."
Mrs. S. J. Barber, of Scott, N. Y.
Dear Mrs. Plnkham:
"Soiuetlmo ago I wroto you for
advice about a tumor which tho doctors
thought would hnvu to bo removed.
Instead I took I.ydla E. Plnkham's
Vegctublu Compound and to-day am a
Mrs. M. M. Funk, Vandergrlft, Pa,,
Dear Mrs. rinkhnm :
"I hud a tumor and T.ydla V. rink
ham's Vcgetablo Compound removed
it for mo alter two doctors una given
mu up. I was sick four years before I
began to take the Compound. I now
recommend I.ydla K Plnkham's Veget
able Compound far ana near,"
Such testimony as auovo is con
vincing evidence that I.ydln E. Plnk
ham's Vegetable Compound btands
.without u peer us n remedy for Tumor
(liowths us well as othor distressing
Ills of women, and such symptoms us
llcnrlng.down Sensations, Displace
ments, Irregularities anil llackacho,
etc. Women should remember that It
Is l.yilia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com
pound thnt Is curing so many women
Don't forget to Insist upon It when
some druggist asks you to accept
something else which ho calls "just
as good," ,
.Mrs. Plnkhirn's Imitation to Women.
Women suffering from any form
of feinalo weakness aro Invited to
write Mrs. Plnkhain, Lynn, Mass.,
for advice. Sho Is tho Mrs. Plnkham
who lias been ndvlilng kick women
free of clinrgo for more than twenty
years, ami before that sho iibtUled
her inothcr-lu-law, Ljiliu E. Plnk
ham In advising. Thus shots especially
well qualified to guldu blck women
buck to health.
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vcrtltements Inserted for Less Than
To purchaso n second-hand, C-rollcr
mill with crusher; capacity 15
tons of cane per hour. Must be
lu good (ondltton. Address full
particulars, make usage, II. P. nec
essary, olc. Castle Pros. Wolf &.
Sous, 21m Driimin St., San Fran
cisco, Cnl. 39H.2W
C.irts of discarded gymnnsliun appar
atus for use of u Hoys' Club. Drop
a pojtal to "Club," llox 591, city,
or phono "Manager," 173.
Part Hawaiian of fair address and
Intelligence, for clorK; good op
portunity for tho right man. Ad
dress this offlce, "Man." 38Ul-tr
Clean -vlplng iars at the Bulletin of
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One Cent, Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
l.irgo lionso on llcretanlu St. noxt
to Queen's Hospital; rent very
cheap. V. W. Chamberlain, JuJd
l)ulldn. . 3SI9-t!
I'lirnlslied cnttdsfe, with gas. Inqitlro
No. 8 Cottago Hrovc. 3915-tt
Two front furnished rooms.
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vertisements Inserted for Less Than
lu Palnma, all-white, 9-months-olil
fox-tenlcr, cut tall: green leather
cellar. Howard If icturned to this
A pointer dog, whlto and liver color.
Return to Tarn Illng, City Meat
Co.; sr reward. 3SS3-11H
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iif i ii i reuij n wsii I
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MEN'S . . .
V1CKERS' SHOE REPAIR
1110 UNION ST. P. 0. BOX 30
Sold on easy monthly payments.
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
WING CHONG CO.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITUItE Made To
Repaired and Thorournly Overhauled.
EXPERT TUNING A SPECIALTY.
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Office, Vall, Nichols. Phone 2G1.
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One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
liggs for hatching, J 3 per setting,
from S. C. wliito leghorns; yard
headed by cock winner first prize;
,nlso speclnl award, best In tho
.Mediterranean class Hawaiian
Poultry Show, Jan., 1908. Incu
bator lots furnished on application,
$10 Ier 100, fiom Kclcctcd thor
oiighbtcds.. Henry Giles, nRt. 11.
P. Asaif , care K. O. II. & Son, Ho
500 tt S-ln. uiiHt-lron sower plpo; !
all-topper Tnmx storillzers tin lin
ed; 1 all-copper wutcr still, tin
lined; 1 all-copper 40-gal. steam
Jacket kettlo; Z ull-coppor wn?U
boilers, nmueluth & Co., Ltd.,
115 King St.; Phone Jll.
valuablo collection of stamps. This
colectlon Is the property ot tlio
widow of the late II. W. llowen,
and Is tho remit ot his effort In
matt) yea i a of labor, they can be
seen at the Hawaiian News Co.,
Young building. 3911-tt
Fine corner lot in Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address R. F.. this office.
A few pure-bred young Huff Orping
ton roosters for sale. Also eggs for
sotting. Address P. O. Ilo ' ' I
tDOO 00 OASH 200 x 300 ft. 9-room
house, Knimukl. Address Ilox a.,
this office. 3909-lm
Reef cattle for sale at Knhultu. Hawaii.
Apply Col. 8am Norrls. WalohlniL
Whlto Pokln duclm and eggs. 1941
South King St. 390G-tr
Let the soap do
Made in Honolulu,
Wilder & Go.
o AT o
Ohia Cord Wood
HONOLULU FIRE WOOD CO., 08
King St. and Hotel and Smith Sts.
Tel. Vtltite 1G00.
For Expert Repairs on Bicycle, Mo
torcycle, Automobiles, etc., call on
J. E. Santos,
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