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EVENING BVJLLBTIN,H0N01,ULU, T. II., TUESDASeTt.Ie, lOuF
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DDING BARGAINS Win at BLOM'S
ASTONISHING BUYING CHANCES all this week. " BARGAIN" is a word we never misuse,
and you'll find it with greater significance this week than ever before. Buying chancss are
ripe be wise and grasp this opportunity. Sheets, Pillow Cases, Sheeting and Bedspreads
all at remarkable reductions.
1 00 x
jl I 45 x
, 45 x
00 SHEETS; regular $1.00 each; this week 85o each
90 SHEETS; regular .95 each; this week 75o each
90 SHEETS; regular .85 each; this week 63c each
93 SHEETS; regular .75 each; this week 00c each
30 riLIOW CASES; regular $2.00 dozen; NOW. . .$1.65 a dozen
30 PILLOW CASES; better grade 2.7C dozen; NOW. . .$2.25 a dozen
36 PILLOW CASES; regular $2.75 dozen; NOW. . .$2.25 a dozen
30 PILLOW CASES, better grade 83,00 dozen: NOW. . .$2.50 a dozen
10-4 SHEETING; regular 40c a yard; THIS WEEK 30o yard
9-4 SHEETING ; regular 35o a yard : THIS WEEK 272c yard
8-4 SHEETING ; regular 30c a yard; THIS WEEK 25o yard
7-4 SHEETING; regular 272o a yard- THIS WEEK 2ZVt yard
0-4 SHEETING; regular 22y2o a yard; THIS WEEK 20o yard
5-4 SHEETING ; regular 17Vo a yard ; THIS WEEK 15c yard
40-inch SHEETING; regular 15o a yard; THIS WEEK 122e yard
10-4 UNBLEACHED; regular 35o a yard; THIS WEEK .27jc yard
8-4 UNBLEACHED; regular 25c a yard; THIS WEEK '. .22V2c yard
S1.25 QUALITY v .REDUCED TO
$1.60 QUALITY REDUCED TO
$1.75 QUALITY REDUCED TO
$2.00 QUALITY REDUCED TO
$2.25 QUALITY REDUCED TO
$2.50 QUALITY REDUCED TO
$3.00 QUALITY REDUCED TO
$3.25 QUALITY REDUCED TO
$4.00 QUALITY REDUCED TO
A new and attractive line of Women's Ovcrskirts in White Duck, In
dian Head, Linen, and Lawn. The latest New York patterns, 32 different
styles. PRICES $1.25 to $3.50 each.
An exceptionally good line of Dtey Ovciskirts in Black, Blue, Gray,
Green, and Brown. PRICES FROM $4.00 to $10.00 EACH. Only one
of each pattern.
LADIES' SILK GLOVES.
(Elbow Length, in Black and White.)
$1.50 A PAIR :.... THIS WEEK .-. $1.15APAIR
$1.75 A PAIR THIS WEEK
$2.00 A PAIR THIS WEEK ,
$1.35 A PAIR
$1.65 A PAIR
Fort St., opp. Catholie Church
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IWIf, Tfe Wil
7:30 p. m.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
and Mark Master, 7:30 p. m.
Oceanic First Degree.
All Watting members ot the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local ludsei
HAHHOHY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mcots every Monday evening at
7.S0 In I. O. 0. V. Hall, Tort 8trcet.
V. R. HENDRY. Sacretary.
DUN. F. VICKF.RS, N. O.
All visiting lirothtrs Tery cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Mels overy Id and 4th Tuwday
ot tch month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Tort and lloroUnla SU.
YTstHng Urothers cordially wslcruii
W. I.. LYLE, C. 0.,
V. WALDRON, K. ot It. & B.
OAEU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets evory first and third Fri
day evening at 7.30 In IC. ot IN Hall,
corner Fort and Ilerctanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invltad to attend.
A. O. DEERINO, O.C.,
.TAS. W. WHITE, 1C.R.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. G1C, 11. P. O.
12., will meet In tlialr hall on King
near I'oit Street every Friday even
ts. . lly order of the E. R.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. H. MclNERNY, K. R.
Wa. H'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Hurts every Saturday evening at
TtSO o'eloeL- In K. ot IN Hall, cor
BWt uud Harctanla. Yltltlnic broth
er? oordtally Invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZEE, O.C.,
, H. A. JACOU30N, K.R.3.
JfGtfOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening of each month at
7:S0 o'clock In IC. of P. Hall, Conner
Htrotanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to nt
fend. W. L. FRAZHB, W Prest.
II. T. MOORE, 3cy.
HAWAIIAN TRIPE Ho. 1, 1. 0. R. M,
Mcrtt every first and third Thdre-
ilnya of rich month at Kulchta ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attAnd.
A. II. ARLniOII, Saehem.
A. fi. MURPHY, O. of R.
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3Sf editorial rooms 250 busi
ness olfiec. These are the new tel
pphone numbers of the Dullitln office.
Are you out to savc
will be your nucleus
of a bank account.
Honolulu Gas Co.
,IMAINE IS ALMOST
An easy, pleasant way to ask for
anything is by using a Bulletin
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Take your curiluge ur autuuioullo
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., tor
up to-datc repairs.
Annie Klta niipenrcil befoio Judge
Robinson IIiIk morning mid pleaded
guilty to a charge of ussault and bat
lery. Owing to there only being thirty
booked for tho Volcano Excursion, tho
Wntorhouso Trust Co. Inn rKMlponvd
A woul tn thu wlsn la Biifllcieiit. Jim
Qulnu'a tevoii-scatcd Pcorlets, 101
PORTLAND, Maine, Sept. 14,. In tlm Htalo election held today, Rest
M Kernald, tho lt- 111 lean nominee fur (invurnur, wan successful. The
Incomplete returnn allow 72,117 votes for Kernald and 8,!)!):i for Olm
dlah Gardner, tho Democratic nominee, giving ii lnujiirity lo thu Hcpub
Henna of It, 121. In (ho State election In 1004 thu lteiilbllcnii plural
ity was 25,0.10.
Tho Republican plurality In tho 1!M)C ramtinlgn wns loss than eight
thousand, having been redurvd by tin- war on thu prohibition lnw. Tho
volu of Hie leading cundldatn waa Colih (R.) fill,;: in, Davis (D.) 01,177.
tilpa uromid tho Inland with a perfect Thu Republican plurality In 1SU0, when llryun Hut ran for President,
score. Phono 200. wna 4li,777.
On Installments of $3 par month you m
oan purclmt a Whlta Family Rotary
ewlne liiachlu. )3nuy & Co., Ltd ,
tCnts, 1268 Fort St. Phone 4S8.
Thu rloanpst and most uervlceablo
taper In thu world lu Kcelox Nou
IroaKO Uarlion I 'a pur. No imwarlng or
idinK out. Hawaiian Kuws Co., Ltd.
TAFT REPLIES TO BRYAN
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fun,
Choice FERNS, ROSES and
THE FL0RIE9T, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Sept. 14.--Mr. Tnft today issued a roply to Mr.
tlryau'a comment on tho letter sent by President Roosevelt lo Kobrs, of
Montana, In wliTd! thu President urged Tuft'H friendship to labor, the
flprmwrntb lpmlor. ilnprvlntr tlin i.mlflrutiiiiDii t In tlii nliennnn i9 ..lntlm.a
Smokers wl,g bavo tried It like the fr(im Tnft ,,mself; Tliri.8 reply )s an attnclc ,.... record ,n clmllR.
IiiB tho Issues upon which he now appeals for support from those uiged
by him In former campaigns.
Mr. Taft on September-25 will start out on n ten days' stumping tour.
NEW YORK WILL NAME HUGHES
)wl cisar bccniiHu It Is alwfiys uni
i or in In finality, and always Rood. A
flnu Miiuko for five cents at M. A.
(lunst & Co.
Tlio (lowrnmrnt has m-curcil tho
riKbt to certain land from M. II. da
Solved u for stralKhteuliiK and widen-
lllir Mil 11 n til I ur Mill tint tl'iiiili tin till I tit 1. 1
Chaplain lanu. I SARTOOA, N. Y Sept. 14. The renomlnntlon of (lovcrnor
Lowers & Co'iko havo n larau now "ubiics ai ino ucpuoucan nuue wonvcntion nero tomorrow is practically
btock of wall papers In tho latest and 'absured. Secretary of State Hoot has icfused to accept the offers of sup
port from tho anti-Hughes delegates, on tho ground that ho would bo
showing disloyalty to President Roosevelt, who has advocated the renom
lnntlon of Ilughes.-
most artistic stylus. Call and se tlicm
In their epcclnl show room downttalrs
at 177 S. King street.
A Monthly Incomes Policy In tho Pru
dential provides regular support for
yourself or jour depcndcnta nflir you
have ceased earning. It a tliu bust
and surest way. Hawaiian Trust Co.,
Governor Frcar baa received tho an
nual report of tho Territorial Hoard
of Health. It consists of over 100
typewritten pagos of largo size, giv
ing all data regarding tho work dono
In tho past year
BRYAN GREETED IN BALTIMORE
HALTIMORK, Md Sept. 14. Hryan mado two addresses here to
day, bedng fiitbuatastlcally greeted by his hearers. ,
' " '
AGREE TO MULAI HAFID' AS SULTAN
PARIS, Franco, Sept. 14. Tho Franco-Spanish noto regarding tho
now situation In Morocco bus bpnn trnnrtmlllpil in tlm nlfMintnrv IViivnru
Ucforo tho winter comes; beforoi,i. , ,.,i t n, Ai.rir,. n..f n. ,.. ..,....
you rim out of bedding, don't fall to, "" ;,,,'.;" "; YI . !..r" ".""; i "'" IT! ." i"-'..' .-
n ... . nut. vw,......... v.. iiiotit.citait-jiit-na ui i-ifiitu mill n'llllll 111
the conditions under which they agree, to recognlzo Mulal llallil us tho
take advantage of thu remarkable bed
ding bargains offered this week at
Dlom's. Seo display In show windows
with prices plainly marked.
Odn, a Japanese, wns cut with n
sword lu tho leg at a Japancso place
on llcretanla street near Kueaun.okit
stioct this forenoon. A man by tho
name of Moilmatsu, who lu said lo bo
an all-around bad character ,1s al
leged to bo tho assailant. He has ills
appealed, and tho police are looking
This Is tho last night, or thevOuhlcr
season nt the Orpheum and It Is tho
night of tlm boneflt for tho .niemberii
of tho popular company.
Consequently the Orpheum hhould
bo crowded to Ilia doors. Kach and all water Juut now.
NAVAL Hi:0ULATION9 forbid tho
pruhoucn of any ono on u wharf whllu
u government vessol Is being docked
except such persons as havo direct
business with tho docking of vcssoIh.
For this leasou, Captain Reus, com
mandant at tho Naval Station, an
nounced esturday "that no exception
would be made of nowspaper n'-.'n In
ndnilttlng peoplo to tho wharves where
transports or naval vossels mo
A Fllti: In a pile of Naval coal on
Richards street necessitates tho mov
ing of the pile. Tho coal 1h smoulder
ing, though pretty well flooded with
It Is being called
of tho company havo mado a. groat uway. Sheds in tho Naval Station
many friends tn tho city, and In this i havo been cleared to get rid of this
list should be numbered ouo who docs I fire.
not frequently nppoar beforo tho foot
lights but Is always on hand Tom
Dates., Tom comes lu on tho benefit
nnd ho Is n drawing card all by him
self. The play for tonight Is "Zaza," In
which Miss Thornton has mado a
great success. Thore will also bo
THF. CHILEAN cruiser Oeneral
naquedano, which la now In thu Or
ient, nnd which recently spent borne
time In thlb' port, la expected to start
for her homo port soon, touching hero
on (ho way.
THK ITALIAN CONSUL has no Into
many specialties, and ono of the best !,,ulvccs f1' tho crulsor Pnglla which
evening's amusement Is suru to reward ,ri,ec'c1 "' ,,ko lM ?nolnl.i In the
EDGEW02TH and QB0ID Tobaccos
The only two good traeJdng
Tobaccos in the 'Market. '"
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE,
tho big audience that should attend.
,..,,.,,.-.-. , , JS !
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
6S S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
THE BEST 'TITTERS" IN TOWN.
courfo of a crulso on which sho Is now
Till: MAUNA KEA sailed this noon
for Maul and Hllo, carrying with her
Ikua Purdy and Archie Kaaua, tho
champion ropers. Just returned from
TIIU lHUTIBH hark Holywood Is
still In tho stream awaiting u commis
sion It Is possible, now that sho will
go to Newcastlo.
THH TAISEI MARU, tlio Japanese
training ship now In port. Is expected
to stay hero until tho ' llrst woolc In
October, at least, i
THE 0B. S. Alameda salts tomor
row morning at 10 o'clock for San
THE LIKELIKE nrrlved rally this
morning from Mahukonu nnd Kawnl
hae, with 4S25 bags sugar, S3 bah'.a
wool, i! amply drums, go empty lln.o
ban els, and 1 automobile.
THE KOREA is duo from tho Orient
Sunday morning, with Goo tons of
freight. Sho bus accommodations for
THE W. O. HALL leaves at C
o'clock this afternoon for Kauai; tho
Mtkahnla sails nt C for Molokai and
NEXT MAILS from tho Coast, nro
due by tho Mongolia, arriving Monday
THE II. IN RITIIKT sailed two days
ago from San Fr.inclt,co for this port.
THE TEXAN left Hllo yesterday for
Sallna Cruz with 12,000 tons of sugar.
THE ALASKAN sails fiom Hllo to
day for San Francisco.
When school opened yesterday, Sup
erintendent Halibut found Hint ho
would havo to get substitutes for four
local teachers who aro on tho sick
list. Their mimes am Miss Crockett,
language teacher at the High School,
Miss Agnes Crclghton of tho MolllllI
school, Miss Anna Snrunsou. of the
Royal School, ami Miss McCorrtston
of tlio Katlhlwaonn school.
i - -, -
Prescriptions are carefully and ac
curately filled and eyes expertly fitted
with glasses by v
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, September 15.
3AN FRANCISCO- Arrived i-Vpl tri:
S. H. Teujo .Mm u, .S n. in., hence
IALINA CltUK Halted Sept. 13:
S. S. Coluinbla, for San Francisco,
OUT HAMULI: Alllved Sept. II:
Schr. tlumblo Jience Aug. Hi.
IIILO Sulleil Sept. 14:
S. S. Texan, fur Sallua Cruz.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Sept. 15:
U S. A. T. Crook, 12 ir... for Iloiio-
S. S. Mongolia, 1 p. in., for Hono
Tuesday, September 1G.
It. M. H. H. .Maramn, (llbb, from tlio
Coliiiiles, S it. m,
l.-l. H. S. Llkellke. Naopala, from
Maliukona uud Kawalliae, ii:l,'i n. in.
E. R. Thomas died this morning at
thu Queen's Hospital after u lingering
Illness following an operation for ah
cuss of thu liver.
Thu news of Mr. Thomas' deatli will
bo a shock to his many friends who
had not heard of his Illness. It scunu
that whllu Mr. Thomas was In South
Africa he had an attack of dyhontery
that brought on liver trouble ns a later
development. About threo yeuk. ngo
ho went to tlio hospital, was aucceas
fully operated on and seemed to rally.
Yesterday bo began to sink and final
ly passed awai this morning. Tlio
funeral nrrangeuients nro lu chargo of
W. It. Castle. Tho funeral will tako
placo fronv Williams' Undertaking
Parlors ou Wednesday afternoon at 3
Mr. Thomas Is very well known lo
thu kauiualiias of Hawaii, Ho was fur
mauy yoarji ii successful contractor
here. Ho got mixed up lu somo of tlio
rouilutloiiary troubles and wan among
thoso Imprisoned in tlm ') affair.
Shortly after that ho went to South
Africa and It was whllu theio tho re
port wns leeched that ho had died.
Extensive obituaries appeared In local
papers A fow months ngo Mr. Thomas
relumed to show that tho repoits weio
Incorrect. Mr. Thomas was about six
ly years of ago and on bis reluin to
tho city nppeurcd to liu lu excellent
health and splilts. He was ti native
of England, where ho has n sister liv
INJUNCTION IN WAILUKU
(Continued from ?a?e 1)
commencement of thu suit. Tho In
Junction alto piovcnts tho defendants
In tho suit from making new connec
tions with tlio plpu-llues which aro nl
ready laid, or connecting any niiie-ilnu
hereafter to bo laid with water from
lao Valley or tho Walliiku liver.
Tho Injunction grautod tlm Wallit
kil Sugar Company la 111 effect olily
during tho pendency of thu stilt now
before thu Court, nnd Is. na n matter
of fact, only n nominal matter, as thu
Injunction Is ngieed to by both p.iitlus
dining lliis time. It docs not mean
that Walliiku and Kiihulul peoplo will
bu deprived of all wnter, but It doca
mean that tho Waterwoiks Coninany
Is enjoined from using moio watur
than Is actually necessary.
Horses nnd cattle that aro sprayed
with S,hoo-Fiy, tho modern roinody for
tho persecutions of tiles and other In
sects, thrlvo much better. Holllstor
Drug Co., Ltd.
Monday, Heptou.bor 14.
O. & O. S. S. Aula, flaiikroger. Tor
Yokohama, fi p. in.
Stmr. Ko An Hon, Puderscn, for
Kauai, f p. in.
S. S. Den of Huthven, Singer, fop
Victoilu mid Vancouver, 4 p. in.
Tuesd'iy, September 15.
Stmr. Muuiia Kea, for Maul porta
and Hllo, 12 noon.
Stmr. Noeuu. for Knwalhno, Maliu
kona, llonokaa and Knkulliaele, 12 in.
II. M. S. S. Maramn, Glbb, for Van-
comer and Victoria, S p. in.
Ktinr. W. II. llall, fur Kauai ports, fi
Stmr. Mlknhala. for Molokai and
Maul ports, C p. m.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, Tor San
Francisco, 10 a. in.
Per It. M. 8. S. Maraira. Glbb. for
Vancouver and Victoria, Sept. IC. Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Olson, Mrs. F. A. Hani
den. Mr. and Mrs. John Fleming, Miss
i:. i:itlngcr. J. A. I). Muckcau. Ilyron
O. Clark. Mr. and Mrs, J. llrynut, Mrs.
ai. ii. vcmiinu. Airs. m. N. liny. Mm.
E. E. Oldlng and 2 children. O. K. For
lis, Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Chapman, E.
C. Mulr, S. S. Wlckson, J. Piltcllard,
IN Tosh, K. Lougher.
(Continued from Pae 1)
slashed rather viciously n brother
hireling of Chlnnso nationality out at
the Moalia hotel somo tlmo ngo, was
Indicted with a chargo of assault anil
battery chalked up against Mm.
(Jeorgo Kalelkiul, who is oven now
out ut Oahu pilson, hud an Indictment
fur murder lu tlio Hist degioo brought
In against him.
Vahachi Yasiitakl was Indicted for
larceny lu tho first degree, and Yoshl
tato Alio, tho clocr Japanese who
borrowed about $15,000 hero and then
skipped out to tho land of tho Rising
Sun, had nn Indictment for forgery
brought lu against hint. It is probahlu
that ho will bo oxtradltoil and brought
hack hero for dial.
FEHNANI)UZ-ln Honolulu, Sept. 15,
1008. to .Mr. and Mis. Edwin K. Fer
nandez, u daughter.
VON HOLT JFPIIINOtd
Govornor Frear this morning ap
pointed 11. M. Von Holt ns a member
of thu Hoard ot Agi (culture and For
csliy In tho silico of George R. Carter,
Henry Mny & Co. hau Pond's Dairy
Cream fresh in pit morning for dullv.
cry. Phono 22 when you ordor It.
to yourself end let ns build that ca
noe, rowiitfj.Doat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll haveit ready
in no time, and the nrice W h .
low that you will wonder how we can
do it We've done it. however; so
we KNOW. '
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
. -' King near AlapaJ,