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EVF.NINO IlflLLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY. At0. 11. IOCS.
Taft Takes .WMWS
His Pledge f8f R
PIANO AND ORGAN.
Jus. Sheridan, Hotel and Alakca'Sts.,
or Hawaiian News Co. 1'lnnon itntl
OrRans timcil nml iculicd. Also u
lino nsuortment of ro.-oml-lmnil pl
iiiiiit, circling, nml rollan organs
for sale. Como nii'l ki- tliem.
Tor house-help, phene White 2SD1,
3lAklll. Oenri il "inplojtuent Ot
flee, cor. Pcnt.i ,U mil llcrctanln.
Shinshinya Hotel, A. Oura, Mcr., Iwi
lei lid. nr. Klnr., Plmno 173.
1 r -. --. wsm'-ix x.10 ' .!.::
CLUPECO SHRUNK QUARTER SIZE
l):ilitiu'o. They do not ride up on onu
suit , .r hind in llic li.-ifk, or pincli in front,
or mi may i'roni the neck. ::.-. f..r ize.
Cl.ll I'l.l'l !.ll'M1lNY,'lniJ,N.V.
M.ikvinr' I MiirU
H you contemplate build
ing, we would be pleased to
show you a lot on the lower
slope of Pacific Heights,
having an unsurpassed loca
tion end view. Within easy
walking distance of the car
Can be bought at a bar-.
hop Trust 0. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
Bclieva in Lucky Numbers.
rwi! .rsrgg-;'-3?.: zas-rB
WE BELIEVE IK
Naturally! Wc know more about
TAINT than anything else. The
PAINT we use is rcla PAINT and put
on as Paint should be. We can with
pride point out to you the houses
painted by us.
Ifc. KING ST.
Lucky Signs S-S-Signs.
J. Santos, Manager
UNION STREET near HOTEL
5 L u.ue'-aacJSfsjwsnKw
and otm:p. pianos.
thayer piano co.
150 hotel htiiket.
P Phone ?18. Kf
Bulletin Business Ofllcc Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 105.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
1230 Alnii.nl St.
Umbrellas made and re-covered.
Mlzut.t, Fort near KtiKtil.
Yeo Sing Kee-Plumbcr and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel nnd l'jiinhl.
rflf BULLETIN ADS PAY -355
Fresh, .wholesome, nnd of every
Eerc'tauia, Alakca, and Union.
Sweet Violet Butter
The Best Made.
2 Lbs. for 75c
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
FRESH BUTTER AND CHEESE.
am Wo Meat Go,,
King Street Market. Tel.
YOUNG TIM, Manager.
OAViD DA V TON
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS RW SALE
IN KAPI0LAN1 pa::k addition
and other desiiablc localities.
For Sale at a Bargain Premises
at Hauula on the beach, a two-story
house and furniture, at a bargain.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort nnd Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel 410. George G. Guild, Oen. Mgr.
P. It. PETERS
4000 Green Hooting Slnto 10"xl0".
fiOO Ono and Two Piong Iron Ponco
I IfG-goIInn Drum Commorclal Ktli
or. 1 Castlron Pitting with Plangcs,
for 12" Wi ought Plpo.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
gp- BULLETIN ADS PAY j
STANDARD OIL MANIPULATOR
CORNERED GOULD HAS
NKW YOItK, N. Y., July 29. K.
II. Ilairlmait cftertlvcly liroKo tlio
j lint k today of Oeorge Gould's project-
ed tiaimontlnetital lallwny system, i
Ho not only eliminated Could as u
ixast-to-co.ist Lomiietltor, but en
tienclicil lilniFelf ns 11 powerful factor
In the Could lines cast of St. Louis.
The Gould loalla west of St. Louis,
Including iliu Heifer nnd lllo Oi un
do and the Western Paclllc, will te
luln their Independence.
It was a lack of ready money that
forced (lould to llarrlman'R terms.
The two men met today In tlio ofllco
of Kulm, Loeli & Co., each supported
by Ills financial iiKcnt and attorney,
and after n piolnnircd cunfurenco nr
itingcd tlio terms of settlement. Gould
was In Immediate need of $8,000,000
to tnko lip tlio Wheeling nml Lake
Irlo notes, which will intitule Satur
day. II.1rrlm.1u iiKieed to llnance the
ileal thiouKh the tmnlilui; linn of
Kulm, Louh ft Co., but lie demanded
ltcoy ronres3loii,! to which Ooulil,
In his present I'nanel.il predicament,
as compelled to accede.
Gould h Embarrassed
It 'ills been the ambition of Gould
to cxuiml his iiyctem Into a trans-
loiitlae'ital line, mid for this reason
he was ImriyliiK the Western Pacific,
to iniiipletlon. but ho was crippled se
eielj In the leccnt panic, which
tluc'A the Wheellnc and lOrlo Into
bankruptcy and embarraHsed tho Wa
bash nnd Missouri Paclllc. As tho
n'j.ish li.nl guaranteed tho notes of
the Wheeling nnd Lal.o Krlc, Gould
appclcd to Hnrrlman In order to
tac the former 10.nl.
As it remit of today's conference
Hnrrlman will hctucrortli play an Im
li'irtuut part In t'10 nmn.iRcinent of
llic WheelliiK and Lal.o L'rle. the
Wnb.ish, tlin Pittsburg terminal and
Western Maryland, all (lould pioper
tlcs between St. Louis mid the Atlan
tic seaboard. Thla eastern addition
to llaiilman'x 1I1M11 of lines In the
west will glo lit 111 n roiiiniaiullHB l-i-ltlon
In tho lailioad world.
Big Deal Is Arrnnsed
iiairiniaii and Gould met at the of
Ilio of Kulm, I.oeb & C11., at Pino and
Williams streets, shortly beroro noon.
Jacob II. SclilIT paitlclpnted In tlio
conference as tho financial ncent of
Hnrrlman, nnd n toiircscntatlvo of
tho bnuhlng houo of lllalr & Co. was
III attendance In behalf of Gould.
Judgo Lochett, Ilarrlninu'u personal
attorney, accompanied tho railroad
thief lo the confeienro. Wlnslow
S. Pleue, Gould's personal counsel.
appeared n few minutes lator. Tho
men weio closeted In Sclilff's private
ofllco mid arranged with caro every
phase of the ileal.
Although Gould nnd Hnrrlman 10
fused to enter Into 11 discission of tho
negotiations. It was not lout; before
the result of their deliberations be
In addition to tho realignment of
Interests as Mated above, tlio now
deal will mean n closo truffle alliance
between tlio L'rle lailioad, which will
acquire a Pittsburg terminal, and the
Wheeling and Lnlso Hrlo. now in
banl.ruptcy. it also will mean tho
ilnulilo tr.ncl.lni; of the Wheeling and
Lalo L'rlo system and Iho develop
ment of the Lo-alti steel property, at
I.oralu, O., owned by tho United
States Steel Cmporntlon.
Consents To Rehabilitation
The fact that Ituhn, I.oeb & Co.,
tho bankers or tlio Ilarilman system
nnd Pennsylvania lines, luuo ngrced
to finance tho Wheeling und Lalio
Krlo Holes means that the Pennsyl
vania 111II10111I nleo has ghon its con
sent to the financial rehabilitation of
the Wheeling ami LaKu Krle, tho Va
ImsIi. tho Pittsburg terminal, und
Western Maryland, three embarras
sed Gould properties. All of this was
fouMliadowcd In the Intervlow given
by Gcoige .1. Gould Tuesday upon his
1 etui n from Kuropo. ,lt was accur-
lely foreeusted In thcuo dlspatclies
1 lie-day morning.
Wall Stieet has regarded tho ma
in 'tig of the ?S, 000,000 nolo Issue,
hi ought out by tho Wheeling nml
Laltu Krlo tluco iciira ago and guar
anteed by the Wabash, with 11 gicat
deal of uneasiness. Apparently, un
til today. Gould had taken no Mcp'i
whatever lo provldo for theso notes,
which full due Saturday. It Is bo-
lleied. however, that during his nb-
fence In Huiopo Gould was In con
stunt communication with 'llarrlmnn
und that Hnrrlman purposely delayed
his trip west In ordor to confer with
License Inspector IVnnell, nceoin
p.iuled by Detectives Lunhlwa und
Hubert Parker, dr., raided a blind pig
at Alea last nlsht. and Micured a hack
full of booze, with $100 oath bond for
M111 S.ikl, who was found sellliu:
llquoi Mrs H.ikal appeari'd In mini
tins morning, cluirged with iiellln
liquor without a license, but her case
went over until tlio 11th.
OUTLINES PARTY POSITION
WHEN OFFICIALLY NO
TIFIED CINCINNATI, Ohio, July 2S - 0111
clally tiotlllcd today of Ills nomina
tion for tlio 1'rcslilency by the He
publican party, William II Tjft,
standing on the nortlco of Ills tnoi -
cr's home lu this city, tho cln or 1
nativity, formally accepted the honor
pledged anew his alleslance to the
policies of Presldent Itoosovclt, mul
declared that the chief funct.on of
the next Republican Admluisu.iikin
would bo to clinch what alrcad bis
been accomplished by tho present o -ctipaut
or tlio White Houre.
In doing this, howexcr, Tail imlnt
cd out, In what Is rcgaided ns .1 con
bcnntlvo nolo In Ills nddresv, timt
there will be n serious and dilili til
woik to do, principally "to b .so
wnys and means In which Hie h ,;!i
level of business Integrity and nlit
dlenco lo law which lie (Pn Idi at
Koo;eelt) has established m.i be
maintained nnd itcpartuici fumi It
lestialned, without unduo Ini-ifer-ence
with legitimate business
Taft attacked the Dcniocratb plat
form, asserting that most of It- ilec
l.untlons either are Inconslsteni or
disingenuous. Ilrynn's policies wen
held up as destructive.
Big Audience Is Responsive
The vast midlcnco thnt lic.nd the
candidate, lllllng porches, lawns, and
streets siirioundlng the Toft icsl-
dence nnd seeming not tn mind t'-e
Intense heat which tho direct 1 n of
a midsummer sun sent down upon It.
was responslxo to Tuft's even mud,
and llieio wcro loud cries nl No,
no!" when he said:
"1 submit to those most lntiTet-
r,ll.. wnre.e:ininr. to r.inims. ,i,l
to business men whether the lati
ductlou Into power of tho Drnmi 1 1 1 11
paity with Mr. Ilrynn nt Its'he.il and
with (he business destruction M1.1t It
openly advocates as 11 leundi fur
piesent evils, will bilng uloui the
needed innlldciico for n leMm Hon
Taft spoke for one, hour nml sccu
minutes. liecniu-u of the Intense
heat, which he appealed to i. I mole
Keenly beneath the riiminv of tho
ipeakers' stand than did tlio-m In tho
open lawn, he cut his ennui l.ittou of
principles In many places, passing
ocr on tiro shoots of his manuscript
nt a time, explaining ln course and
icason therefor In order 1l1.1t his hear
era might rend the cntne speech us
It comes out for. publli Hon.
Scores the Democrats
Taft denounced the Di nocratle an-
tt-lnjuuctiun plank as ,1,-110 und am-
Llguous In contrast to tlio Heimbll
can declaration, which, lu said, wus
"clear und unequivocal. ' Labor und
the rights of labor came In for ex
tensive consideration b Tuft. As to
tho publicity of contillmtlipus for tho
purpose, of carrying 011 i.impnlgus,
the candidate declared that tho se
lection of n tioasmer fioiii tho Stato
of New Ymk, Ixiuiul by tho laws of
that State as to the publication of
Mich expenditures, nssuiod tho posi
tion of the Republicans against tho
mere declaration of their opponents.
Taft mi til ho believed In tlio physical
Miluatlon of inllioads as fiom tlmo
to tlmo might be nooessir, and that
ho personally favored the direct elec
tion by tho people of Cnlti-il States
Senators. Tho latter question. Tuft
nsscrted, could hardly he catalogued
as a party Issue.
Dealing with national expendi
tures and tho charges of a deficit.
Taft declared that the deficit of one
year Is often moio than offset Iiv the
eurplus of another, 11 ml said that un
der tlio present Administration them
has been 1111 dcllclt, hut a surplus,
which actually Is lu tlio Ticasury.
Some Hawaiian and luode sailors
got Into 11 light early t!ls morning nt
about 1 o'clock near the One. n street
wharf and ns 11 lesult of which Wll-I
Hani Maiioa, a fnl'nr roiu Hi leauiei
LlkellUe, was stabbed In ino in .'k. I to '
was hurtled to the Qiiohi .- Hospital, 1
wnero Ills wounds wen- licited. Thoj
haolo sallnia weio fiom iln tchooner i
llelene, And thoy 1110 being held for
When tlio llghtern wie biought lo
tlio Dlatlon they loM conllletlng
slmloa. Tho condition of the lujiucd
man Is serious.
UNCERTAINTY AS TO VHAT
DIVIDENDS SHALL BE.
The Pacific Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
with ascets of over $14,000,030, and a
curplui of over $1,3C0,C00, lo now Issu
ing a Guaranteed Investment Contract,
with Guaranteed Annual Earnings
added, on payment of sscond and sub
cequent depoclte. In case of Perm a
nent Dlriblllty the contract will ma
ture and be paid during I He
It will pay you to Investigate before
taking out Life Insurance.
HENrtY WATCnHOUSE TRUST CO.,
The Weekly Edition of the Eenlnn
uuiietin gives n complete eumniary oi
the news of the day.
The healthy woman; strong nn-ii-tally
ami physically, vtlmu ninlii
tion nnd magnetic inilueiieo uigo
men to deeds of grandeur and lieio
Imii : Mich women nio nll-iwwerful.
cak. friek mid ailing women
linvo Itttlo nmliHiuii; their own trou
bles occupy nil their thoughts. 'Jliey
dwell upon their naini, wilier from
nervousness nnd lieailnches; often
uro extremely melancholy, and
avoid i-ocidy. For thirty years
has been Having women from tins
.Mrs. l)iile .lung, of 302 Chestnut
St., Detroit, Jlicli., wiitcs:
" I Miffercd fium a very (.evcre female
wealoicM for a long time. Lvilla K.
Pinldifttn's Vegetable, Coniitoiinil, re
sti'iid uiv lieall Ii. I hope It w ill do other
Utiiii'ii n 11 a. h t'l'od ns it has me."
"" 3".!...i.a Wl.'-aton, of Vienna,
A . .1., . in. - 1 Mil. riulclinm:
I wn-- n ,i"(in Miadow. My lins
IitiiI ln-1-lcil upou my writing tojou
mid trying Ljdia V,. PinUbiiiii's Vege
table Compound, which 1 did. It re
lieved nil my pains and misery, nnd
made of me a verv different woman."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For tliirtv yi-ais Lydia J-;. 1'iiik-
liniu'H Yesretablo Conimuiul. m.ido
. ."..i.-.ii i.-...i.
ITOlll TOOlS UIKl I1CIDS, 1IIIS UCCIl 1110
.standard remedy for feinalo ills. 1
llt(tlWfF'l,ll;iJ tuii.illliwii.'iiinii'iii '
women w ho liavo been troubled with
.iiu,.i,.o,.,...,i0 !.iiu,,.,il., ulnnm.
tion, irregulatitie.s, rieiiodio pains
uaPKiiiiie, ninE ueannir-unwii icei-1
nit,', dizziness, or nervous jiros
tnitiou. Why don't you try it f
'Mrs. I'lnltliiiin, nt l.jnii, Sluss.,
Imllt's alt slide moiiicii lu wrllo
licr lor advice.
Joyous old age will
follow when the tirctl
housewife cooks with
Have one of our
representatives call 0:1
)ou. Phone us.
Honolulu Gas Co.
his 1in oifrt for nyjr mxiir
YKAKH I'V MlLMOKH ot M.jtlit-u
INO, Uli rmrft sncccM. IT
hooTiii:s tho ciuM), eoiTCNa
Urn (IU.MS, ALLAYh all pats,
CURn WIND COLIC nna it tro
by Dnii'rUis in very part of Iht)
world. 110 fiuru und k for VtK
Window's Rootafr.fr llytnpnnd talo
co other UaJ. v Ccuts a Bottle.
ftw 61d andWetHried Remfidj
manufactured from pure distilled watt-.
Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kcwato. Telephone 028.
CUPES V a -" in a tor u.nn
(-. mf n -I mm
11 .11 ! u .VU
Uv7 in v r i i i
Lc:J. y"'"'"" " t ' i . f r ui
f .'.'. .L .... , 0. r I. -,!'
V'V u . i. tiTt' '
I 1Cl'7lT,.-?V..' !
LSw - .U
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. Mo Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than 1
Second-hand flat-top desk; must b?
reasonable. Address "L.P.," this
A second-hand showcase, about Cx2l
feet. Address with price "P.," this
A secoud-liAnd tent.
sl7o und terms,
Clean wiping rags at the IJulletln of
fice. TO LET
House, eight rooms, with modern con
cnlcnce; pleasant grounds, lu
Puliation District, coincident to car
lines, r.nqulrc W. C. Wcedon, Stnu
gcuwald Illdg., or P. O. Ilox CSS.
rurnlahcd eottngo nt tlio beach, op
posite tho switch near the bridge.
Apply on premises or L. 11. Kerr &
modern house, electric'
gas. mosaito proof. I...
quire nt 13:17 Pensacola St.
I'.eautlful home. 10 1001113 and out-1
houses, 1C10 Nuuunii Ave.; $3'.-
CO per month. 1070-lw ,
llouspUceplmr rooms nnd cottngc, fur
nished. Apply Honolulu Hotel,
Nuunnu St. lOfiD-lm :
furnished eottngo and house-keop-
' ",,w- """', "u"aB0 "":
M"g St. 4015-tf
: : " ;
iwn furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 nmmii St.
ruriilrhcd hnuse. 1713 lleach Hoad.
Apply on premises. 40G7-tf
At or near Pawaa Juik Hon, small
open-faro gold watch, also chain
with tin co coins attached. Suit
able reward at this ofllce.
A pair of eyeglasses near Moana
Hotel. Return to Uulletln olllcc.
rx nature mr A tuc ATnc'T'lv n "" nt tlie ncw ace an(
iTKr ilLLllVl I nSlA I Kt have "MATT" HEFFERN serve you.
Commencing Aug. 8
Hailen and Fuller
A L L - S T A R
10 BIO ACTS BY
TICKETS HOW ON SALE, 75.50-25c.
HOTEL AND BETHEL STREETS.
! New Moving Pictures
Introducing Famous Subjects Never
Before Shown Here.
a u it i u n i : i ii n i u n i
ENTIRE CHANGE EVERY MONDAY
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY.
Admission 10 cents
, Children 5 cents ;
, ' i
1:30 T. M.
Reserved Scats Giandstand 25c extra
The Best In Town.
gp- BULLETIN ADS PAY SH
Advertisements Under this Headlnfj
One Cent Per Word bacn Dy. Ho Ad
vertltements Inserted lor Less Tha.n
A aluablo collection of stt.rups. Thin
collection U the iiroiert of tho
widow of tho lato II. W. Howon,
and is tho result of Ills effort In
many years of labor; they can oa
seen at tho Hawaiian News Co..
Young building. 3911-tr
Pine corner lot In MnMkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamentnl treei
and all Improvements. Two inlu
u'cs walk from card and Punahou
College. Address It. P., tills office
Automobile runabout In good running
order with ilupllf nln parts, no reas
onable offei lerused. Address Dox
US.",, Honolulu 1073-lw
Cheap Stable, lu
134 Bcrctania near Tort St.
0 AT o
HOTEL STREET ... .NEAR PORT
LADIES AND 0E!ir).r.MEN'S HATS
Of All Kinds.
Our Sodas 30c per doz.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS,
Jhe Encore Saloon
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
Ihc Best Whiskey on the Market.
TH0S. F. McTIOHE & CO., AOENTS.
101-105 KINO ST
PHONE 140. P. 0. B0XJ55.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in tov.-n.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
i Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
WING CH0NG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
in Furniture Mattresses,
All kinds of K0A and
TURNITURE Made To
is making the Best Home-made Bread
jin twon. He sure nnd try it. The
wagon vill deliver at your door.
CALL UP 107. ,
: iiuui ami auur. Mnmirjiuiunxju
By the Latest Improved Machines,
Men's Heels, 25 cents.
Rcpaiiint; Neatly Done.
Corner KiiiR and River Sis.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
8 T H iCHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
'r.nd RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
.purposes n specialty. Particular at-
Itention paid to JOB WORK, and re-
j""!" executed nt shortest notice.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
nOTEL STREET TIEATt BETHEL
'Kor Sale" cards at Bulletin.