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POPULISTS FAVOR WATSON
HT I.01M8, Mo , April 1. Tlio UrynnltcH at tho National Populist
Contention, In session here, hnvo lioen rebuffed In tliolr errortH to Rcctiro
a postponement 'it tin- nomlnntlon of tho party candidate for the Presi
dent). Thu Indications nro that tho contention will iiomlnato Tom Watson.
Thomas 12. Watko'i of (Icorgla wan tho People's party cnndldato for
the Presidency In 19UI. receiving. 1 17.18.1 witcs. less than one-half the
idle polled liy the l'rohltiltlon candidates and nliout onc-quai tcr, thoro
polled by Debs, the Socialist nominee. ,..
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IAND FRAUD TRIAL BEGUN
WASHINOTON, D 0., April 1 Tho
fraud case, una begun today. '
Hyde Ucnson trial, a land-
ANNA -GOULD TO MARRY SAGAN
NUW YOltlC, N Y, April l.-Madamo Oould has quarreled with her
family, having announced her determination to marry the 1'rlnco de 8a
gan. She lias claimed a share of the family estate through the courts.
Two weeks ngo Mndnmo Anna Uould announced that she would not
wed dc Sngnu or nnono else. A New York dispatch of March 19 said.
"Madnmo Anna Could, rormcrly tlio Countess dq Castellanr, arrived
today on tho steamer Adriatic with her threo bojs. With Madamo Gould
were tho Abbo Caynac, a young cleric a learned and accomplished man
In priest's garb two maids, a chauffeur, and n valet. On tho pnssenger
list they were entered ns Mrs. Miller and party.
"Madamo Oould denied emphatically that sho Intended to wed tho
1'rlnco Hello de Sagnn, Count Donl's cousin, -or anyono else
"'I have had enough of marrlod life, sho declared.
"She also denied stores that sho was In financial straits and had loft
her servants In Paris unpaid.
''I hato not come hero seeking funds. 1 am home for plcasuro only
nnd will remain two months with my sister Ilelcji. ' ,
m i i i m
MRS. ALFRED VANDERBILT WANTS A DIVORCE
Ni;V YORK, N. Y.. April 1. Mrs. Alfred Vanderbtlt has filed an
action for dlorco against her husbaml. Ho has sailed for Kuropc. Tho
couple separated and tholr domestic troubles became public less tlmnVt
NINETY-ONE STUDENTS ARE SUSPENDED
STANKOUD UNIVnitSITY, Cnl , April l.Ninctj-ono students of tho
Unherslty wore suspended today tor their failure to bo vaccinated.
MONTANA MAKES GOOD TIME
ROCKIiAND, Malno, April I Tlio Montnna mado twenty-two knots ,
on nor trim run-today.
OF MAUI TRAVEL
Those two v.'irds mean that Aipine Milk is thoroughly ster
ilized; that it is evaporated bv a hygienio process; that there is
absolutely no chance of its becoming impure from the time it is
milked from the cow till the can is opened by you. The fine
Natural Flavor and Quality are enhanced by the special evaporat
ing prvcess it undergoes, making
the purest, best, and richest of all milk.
Ask your Grocer for it.
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Just about half price to reduce stock
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
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P. 0. BOX 144.
Woolloy said to us, do not drlnV
whisky and sako and Hamtdcu and
wlno and beor. Send mo two blue
buttons for my brgotlier and me. Sure
1 not drinks sako and beer ami whisk)
I una snnsu over any more, yours rq
" i ipecuully.
Letters From Children Seeking More! "NOIIUICHI K0UAYAS1H."
No Drink Buttons Church Profits By His Million.
Assembly. Hut whatever margin for shrinkage
ought to bo left, ns to tho net certainty
J. O. Woolloy, writing for tho Ghl- '' public good, tho tour has mado lih
cago Dallj News of one of lilstom- portant contributions to my own edu
pcrnnco tours on Maul sajs: tiatlon and It Is not too much to say
I had como In mirsuar.ee of mylthnt I shall go back tr ho.'malnland
school cnmpilgn to teach tlio young adults with Increased efficiency, for
Idea how to shoot the rapids 'of legal
Izcd temptation nnd reach tho plain
sailing of total abstinence, and a most
Interesting and lfrformlng tour It Is,
bumping up against these little dunoi
of shifting, cosmopolitan humanity
with tho argument of alcoholics
health, plcnBuro and success In life.
Interested In the Work.
I tnko this juvenllo pllgrimnga of
men qulto Bcrlously ns to Its direct ef
fect upon tho children nrtd their,
homes, nnd so upon tho bettor com
munity now growing In tho Islands.
It Is Imposslblo to watch tho play of
thought upon tho little faces, gravo
and old with bitter knowledge of tho
drink In Btrcct and simp and homo,
and not to reckon on a fair and sure
per cent of Btnlwnrt'llfo decisions then
and thcro. And besides, a most heart
ening and fortifying knowledgo follows
In tho wnks of tho glassing In tho
form of thousands of loiters, queorly
worded and queerly written, but oh)
fluent, from Il'tlo jellow Chinese
Americans, whoso word la hard to get,
hut, onco got, Is rarely broken. Keen,
watchful, umber-colored Japanese,
dead bent on making tho most ot
themselves; Portuguese, with u vlnu
nus heredity ot n thousand years, and
uawallans of nil blends of color, from
Kongo black to Scandinavian perox
ide. Some Sample Letters. ',
I Insert four samplo letters which,
It I am not mistaken, are mighty in
"Kamaolo, Maul, Jan, 17. Dear Sir.
1'Iease send mo threo of jour no-drlnk
buttons. I want two for my friends
nnd ono for mo. My father doos not
want uny because no docs not wunt to
quit drinking. -Yours truly,
"Kcokcn, Jan. 20. Dear Sir: Ploaso
send mo two no-drlnk buttons. I want
ono for my brother and ono for mo.
My father drinks ovory time. Somo
tlmi's my mother drinks. Yours truly,
"TAP CHE WYOU."
"I.nup.ihoohoo, Feb. '7. Dear Sir.
Thanking you for Bpcaklng to us and
told us tho truth. I am glad to have
ono of tho buttons, hecnuso I am go
ing' to bo n good woman when I grow
up and I want to have a nlco house
and 1 wnnt to make tho towns nnd
cities and villages nice, neat and'
healthy places. Plcaso send mo ono
pin. OAM1INA NOnniClA."
"Pala, Jmi. 2. Dear Sir: Wlinn 1
went homo from tho school I told my
father and mothor that Mr. John 0.
This woman snvH Hint nick
women slioulil not fall to try
I.ydln, K. IMiiklintu'fl Vecotaula
Compound ns she did.
Sirs. A. Grecorv. of 215r Lawrenco
St., Denver, Col., writes to Mrs.
" I was practically an Invalid for six
years, on account of female troubles.
I underwent an operation by tlio
uocior s aaTire, mil in a lew months I
was worse than before. A friend ad-
YlseU, Li; ilia i;. I'lnkham's Vegetable
Compound and It restored me to perfect
health, such as I hare not enjoyed In
many years. Any woman suffering' 'as
I did with backache, bcarlngdown
pains, and periodic nalns.should not fall
to use Ljdla K. I'lnkham's Ycgctabl
Compound." 1 "v
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetablo Compound, made
from roots and herks, has been tho
standard remedy for female ills,
nnd has positively cured thousands of
women who ha o liccn troubled with
displacements, inflammation.ulcc ra
tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities,
periodic) pains, backache, that bear-'
Ihff-down frellnff, flatulency, indlgcs-
uon.aizzincss ornervous prostration.
Why don't you try it?
Mrs. rlnklinm Incites nil sick
women to write her for advice
Sho lins (riildcd thousands to.
health. Address, Lynn, Mass.
, Tho Hawaiian Hand will play at tho
Moana. Hotel this evening with u spec
ially fine program and tho concert will
bo followed by n dance, friends 01
tho Moana nro cordially linltcd and
a general good time Is assured
IN 101 llil
Shipping & Commission Merchant
Diamond Crystal Cooking and
Blackola and Russetine
v- J. A. Gilman, - Agent
having tried hi headland 'heart upon
these unspoiled and open minded audi
ences In Hawaiian Bchools.
My first attempts in tho novel cam
palgn wero crowned with tho cypres
of decisive and lmmcdlato failure
Trying my moro or less nbstract, al
trulstlc, cut and dried deliverances
adapted to tho opportunity only In the
size or tho doso, I found myself nop
pluscd, futile and mightily Instructed
by prompt and visible Inidcqbacy. The
rut had no mossago for tho littlo hll.
Immortal alucs woro not currency In
that market. But when I raised the
question of turning streams of whisky
Into tho irrigating dltchci of tho BUgar
cano, of flooding tho rico and taro
patches with beer, or freshening flow
ers with gin. I found myself suddcnli
In tho midst of a flvo Issue, from which
the exit was easy Into tho gardening
of tho wondorfut bulbs of nerves nnd
the lino gray vinos of brain filaments
Then tho rcsponso was quick nnd.cn
thuslnstlo and I realized as novcr be
foro that tho road to ethics Is through
the field ot economics. A Sunday of
lilRh religion sandwiched between two
working weeks ot silly, crookod busi
ness is a lost cnuso by first Intention
Helped Dedicate Church.
My business at Ulupiilakua was to
address th school and tnko part In
the dedication festivities of a new na
tho church. 1 Bay "festivities," be
causa tho word precisely fits the cask
Krom far and near tlio natives camo
on Saturday, to tho number ot 200
counting men, women and children,
with dogs which no man can number
A bullock was killed and cut Into
small buts. which, wrapiiod in I,'
loaves, woro burled In a cooking hole
with taro and sweet potatocsr Unllm
Itcd pol was served In calabashc'
boys and girls played Ilka kittens In
the churchyard; dark beauties with
glorious oyos, In white hnlokus and
with wreaths about their necks, made
moving pictures passing back and
forth botweon tho forest and the
ihuich with vines and palms aiid ber
ries for tho walls. Sidnto matrons,
who looked ns If thoy had nover
known a caro, sat in tlio shady Bpaccs,
barefooted, smoking rlgarcttcs, and
conversation toso as gently as trjc
smoko that Issued with It." Tho men
moed silently nbont tho 'Mow build
Ing Inspecting 'evciitlilng; candles
woro lit at windows: and when I wont
to sleep after midnight thu crowd wan
At daylight tho meetings began and
at noon tho cooking hole was uncov
ercd and the luau was on, Ucot and
pork and fish, wrapped In tt leaves
and perfoqtly cooked by lying over
night on a bed ot fragrant loaea
under a littlo mountain of hot rocks
nnd fresh earth, calabashes ot pol and
other calabashes ot limpets gathered
from tho rocks and Bcrvod In tlio sen
moss nil theso with spring wntor and
perfect contentment, under tho open
sky, loft nothing wanting to a feast
Then there were moro meetings until
another midnight. -i
Dr. Chtntao Chon, finnnclal ropre
Bentatho of tho Chlncso cmplro, de
i WAIXY DLDQ., 74 S, KING ST, nounces America's exclusion laws.
"Tho To maker," last night at tho
Orpheum, pioved to, bo ono of thu
playH most suited to tho talents ol
theso vorsatllo child actors, and thoy
appeared to their best aihautugo In
the .production of this musical piece.
Many thought' that It was tho vcrj
prettiest nnd most taking of any that
havo been presented.
Ono ovldenco of tho extreme! pop
ularity of tho play- last night was the
amount of flowers that wero handed
tin across the footlights. All of the
"stars" rccched floral tokens ot ap
preciation, but tho ono most favored
was Iy Pollard, who madu a decided
"In Town" Is to bo presented to
night, and Friday and Saturday nights,
anu lor mo samruay mniinco, mo
show will bb "Tho Hollo of Now York.'
Tho program for the coming week
will bo: Monday night, "Plorodorn",
Tuesday night nnd Vednesday mat
inee, "Tho GelBha." Tho last two
nights of tho engagement hero. Wed
nesdny and Thursday, will bo given to
straight vaudevlllo performances of
tho highest tj lie.
MuniiKor Cohen states that nearly
all the tickets for tho remainder of
tho engagement havo been sold out.
and that thero aro only a few left for
Tho following returns from tho elec
tion hold for dekgates to tho Itopub
Heap Territorial couvcntlon havo been
rccched from Hawaii;. '
Klghth Proclnct, Walkaunuilo One
delegate. Elected John M. Ross, 12.
Ninth Precinct, l.aupahoehoo One
delegate. W. O. Walker.
Two of the Handsomest and Most Reliable Little Runabouts
just arrived ex Alameda.
, Come and see them. '
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I' the BEST QUALITY OF SODA WATEB ever offered in the
i v Territory.
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TELEPHONE 71. - 0. S. IEITHEAD, Manager. I
Has Moyed to"t
P. E. R. Strauch
FOR SALE 4G0 acres of Land at
Kona, Hawaii; good for Tobacco,
Pineapples, Rubber, Grapes, Etc.
Lot of valuable Ohia trees for rail
way ties ready for marketing. Price
$12.50 per acre. Splendid Opportu
nity for Investment.
SOLD CLANDERED HORSES.
In his report to tho Hoard of Agrl
culturo and forestry yesterday after
noon. Dr. Norgnard, tlio Territorial
otorlnarlnu gave un account of nn
Incident that, Ii.ir coma under his ol,
scrvatlon lately. A citizen bought n
horso and n weok or so later' found (t
had glanders. Ho sent his Jupnncso
stableman with It to tho glandors
quarantine station to havo tho horse
destroyed. Tho Jap camo back and
produced $3!, for which ho had sold
tho horso. Tho employor found tho
buyer, who had sold It again for ICQ,
and again tracing tho animal they
lotmd tt had been purchased a third
time for 175.
There havo been threo casos of
glanders in Honolulu slnco tho last
meeting of thu hoard.
Albert Watcrhottso stated in his re
port on bees that tho bee keopors of
Hawaii can glvo" anyone us good h
queen beo for nothing as ho could get
anywhere. Tho report wus ery Inter
esting. Dr. Phllllns, the beo expert who loft
for Washington on tho Alameda yos
torday, reported that, In his opinion,
thero woro no contagious beo dlscasci
In tho Territory.
Forcstor losmer mado a lengthy re
port on tho quostlou of fotostry In the
Hamnkua district or Hawaii
sV'For Rent cards on salt at
Jhe Bulletin offlca.
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WHITE' CLOVER BUTTER CENTS
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