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EVENING BUM.BTIN, HONOLULU, 7. If., FRIDAY, OCT. 2.1, 190S.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at! James Sheridan Pianoforte Maker
tliu Factory llonolutu Wire Bed nml Tuner. 102 Hotel St. or Ha
Co., 12G0 Alapat St. Telephone I wallan News Co. Tor sale, very
Umbrellas made and re-covered. 0.1
Mlmtta. Tort near Kukul.
Yee Sine Kce-Plumber and Tinsmith, '
Smith St., liet. lintel and I'auahl. (
Dr. F. Sehurman. Hours 5-7 p. m.
221 limmn Squate. 4083 '
$10.00 per month and upwards.
Free Janitor Service.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
cut! neen mtr. rr nr S1A1X
V FAUS htf MI1.1.IUN! fit KlrittlCfJI
4NQ, it!i pertott succca. IT J
hOOTHKS the CHILD, SOFTENS p
tS mn uunfs itbuiuo nil y'u, p3
pi beitremedrforlMAUUIIUIA. Sold 3
L-3 by Drutclsts in evory ait of tho fEf
Cs vrorlJ. 11a iura and ask fcr llri. 5
fe3 Wlailow'o SootSlrtr Bynipand take a
TH co o-.iicr klad. 33 Cents a EotUe. 5
IQVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 309. 002 NUUANU.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE. PHONE 301.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
FORT and QUEEN 8TS.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
S03 S. BERETANIA ST.
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and HIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid lo JOB WORK, and ie
pairs executed at shortest notice.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for nil crops, climatic and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwilei; Tel. 430.
The latest and lamest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards iu Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruit3, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
M AND OTliEK PIANOS.
8 THAYER PIANO CO.
H 1C3 HOTfiL HTItEET.
M Phone 218.
r TUNING. tlUilJlANTEED.
PIANO AND ORGAN.
cheap, slightly used, full Qrand
Decker I'lnno, Aeolian Organs and
Upright l'lnnos, guaranteed
Prof. N. M. Lewis, 1402 Emma. St.,
teacher of l'lano and Organ. Orad-
; i uaic oi uusion onservaiory.
lor nouse-help, pnonc wrote vsuai,
Maklkl. General Employment Of-
. flee, cor. l'ensacola and Berctania.
nrap"For Sale" cards at Bulle'.ln.
Fresh, wholesome, and of every
Berctania, Alakea, and Union.
TO MAKE YOU
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 307.
House and General Painting.
And kept in repair by men who
know their business. No amateurs
do the work in onr Garage.
Von , Hamm - Young
Always on Had. Young Pigs, Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
King Street Market. Tel. 288
YOUNG TIM, Manager.
MB. and MRS.
ing and other
Res. 1707 Li
liha St. above
137 MERCHANT STREET,
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPI0LANI PARK ADDITION
and other desirable localities.
For Sale at a Bargain Premises
at Hauula o.i the beach, a two-story
house and furniture, at a bargain.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
0AHI ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 528.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George O. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
P. L. PETERS
Phone 250. it
Their Free Letters Offset
Need For Much
(By J. C. WELLIVER of Munsey
NEW YOItK, N. Y., Sept. 29.
Theri! Isn't any mono; and thcio
isn't going to !)y any.
That's the conclusion gathered
from nu Investigation of financial
conditions nt Loth Republican and
Democratic headquarters and Inquiry
into optnloiivlu "the street," wheru
the money, conies from.
The "street" savs It Isn't going to
give up ntiy money. It Is very posi
tive on this point. It has a funny
way of figuring.
"If neither committee gets any real
money Taft will he elected," said a
man In touch with the powers. "He
will be elected because the Republi
cans nro able to make n right decent
campaign without any money. The
Charles I Taft,mllllons will be ablo
to innke up nny deficit which n reas
onable campaign will Involve, and
everybody Knows fhcy'll do It. If it
weren't for Charles' I. some money
would be forthcoming. Not so much
us in other years, but Botne. Ah he
tan well afford to put It up, what's
"Of course," went on the man of
the street, "theic's u reason. If
things should take n turn which
seemed to make It pretty certain that
ilryan was going to be elected his
people would be ablo to get some
motley. It -would be a sort of pro
pltlatoiy offering. Hut aa matters
stand It loqks as If Taft would bo
elected comfortably if neither side
got any money. Ho wouldn't bo
much 'moro sure of It If wo contrib
uted, and so wn save the money and
get what wo prefer."
Stringency at Headquarters
There is no doubt about the finan
cial stringency at both headquarters.
It's the real tiling. There was a sto
ry that the ghost failed to walk at
Republican headquarters Saturday
night, but It wasn't true. Everybody
was paid. Then there was n report
that a lot of people had been laid off
at both headquarters; and this was
In a way true. Hut both headquar
tcia gave about the same explanation
"In other campaigns," It was said
at Republican headquarters, "If a
man was put on a given Job nnd
didn't make good, why, he was moved
on to soma other work; it wasn't con
sidered good form to fire him be
causo Ins had got his Job by reason of
come sort of pull with some of the
management, nnd had to bo taken
caro of. So his salary went on whe
ther he was doing any work or not.
Hut they're not being hired that way
this time, and sonio of them have
been dropped because -they didn't
Over on the Democratic side the ex
planation was tllat "wo didn't need
'cm all Just at this time and let some
of 'em drop out." Hut the financial
situation Is credited with much re
sponsibility for the shortening of
Chairman Hitchcock's view,
months ago, 's being borne out by
developments of the campaign. Ho
told the contercos nt Colorado
Springs, light after tho Denver con
vention, that he didn't expect much
money, and thcicfore proposed a
shoit, sharp campaign. The State
loaders there gathered agreed with
him, and the plan was adopted, Well,
If No ih had rcdlctod a wet season,
nnd advUcd folks to patch up their
rain coats early, he would havo been
In line with tho facts which tho do
luge afterward developed, Likewise
Chairman Hitchcock was in line; but
ho didn't leallze that It was going to
bo n deluge.
However, it doesn't seem to make
ho much difference. The President
and Mr. Ilryan are furnishing the
campaign, and the newspapers are
piovldlng tho literature. Let's see.
Supposing ono of these Jolnt-debato
lotteis by tho President or Mr. Ilry
an gats printed all over the country
hot off the wires and gtB read
by 10,000,000 voters. Using penny
postage, it would cost 1100,000 to
get that article sent to so many peo
ple, and it wouldn't havo half tho
chance to bo read that it docs when
It gets first pago In tho newspapers.
Add the cost of printing It, and tho
almost Impossibility of getting It by
nny oincr process to anytning llko
so many people, and It will be appar
ent that the patriotic newspapers aro
doing a huge tervlee to tho country,
or at least to the campaign commit
tees. Moreover, tho committees
! couldn't poBslbly get any literature
I of their own make that would he
half so ccitaln of being read,
So It can safely bo put down that
Messrs. Hnosovelt and Ilryan aro
worth about a million dollars each to
their lcspectlYo campaigns from tho
viewpoint of distributing printed
It has beeli embai rasping enough
to the managers, this having their
plans utterly disarranged. They can't
com'pete with the two big noises.
They might as well shut up shop
while the boiler factories ate In op
eration. Neither national chairman Is en
tirely pleased with the development.
KaiU had a scheme of campaign laid
out which he thought was pretty
good. Hut neither can Influence his
big chief now.
I DIM NEWS REVIEWED
I 'III TERSE MMMrl
Sun Francisco Supervisors fear
apathy of voters may cause passage of
ordinance granting suspicious blanket
franchise over 200 miles or streets.
Sen Francisco Hnrbor Commissioner
Dennlson says political organizations
furnish meu unfit for Kltlons as
wharfingers and collectors
Eight passengers nro Injured at
Mason and Union Bticets, San Fran
cisco when runaway work car crashes
Into rear of passenger car
Two prominent "women, grand offi
cers of the California Eastern Star, are
arrested on chargo brought by deposed
Grand Matrop of tho ordei
Mrs. Floienco Williams and daugh
ter of Stockton fear strange Japan
ese, who seeks lettcis exonerating his
Judge Cnrroll Cook liberates Harney
Lenaliaii, wanted In Portland on a
chargo of uttering fictitious hank
Grand Lodgo of California Masons
elects John Whlcher "secretary and
Dana II. Wheeler Ornnd Senior War
den. Federation of Women's Clubs say
bride and groflm should bu compelled
to havo knowledge of raising children.
Hailwaymcn aro named as conspir
ators and guilty of bribery In case of
Frank Regan, charged with extortion.
San Francisco Mayor and Supervis
ors favor erecting several related
buildings for city hall by direct tax.
Morko Sanko, on gipsy's adlre cost
ing $ol), sloops with egg to dream of
estate he might Inherit in Servla.
Marine Inspectors begin Im estimat
ing collision between tho steam schoon
ers Asuncion and Norwood,
Market street bank dividend delayed
by application to bar depositors who
traded books for bonds.
Uaby John Martin testifies ngulnst
foster mother, accused of dynamiting
homo of Judge Ogden.
Oakland car cbnductcr admits
"knocking down" faro for many months
nnd is Jailed for theft.
District Attorney Langilon Is asked
to assist In trial nt the Claudlanes
brothers In Oakland.
Hryan calls for light on campaign,
declaring the Republican policies with
out fonu and void.
Thomas Carr Nugent, .Veteran of
Mexican war. Is killed la fall Iroui sec
ond 'story window.
Standard Oil Company leases thou
sands of acres of oil bearing land along
Contra Costa line.
Palleemun Uakullch sends his felic
itations to Archbishop Itlordau In note
written in I.alln.
San Francisco Education Board asks
Supervisors to buy parcels of land for
Chief Engineer Olssnn of tug Hattle
Gaga testifies regarding tho Star of
Woman suffrago leaders honored at
celebration of sixtieth anniversary of
Colonel W. A. Kelley of tho old First
regiment, N. O. C, sued ror recovery
Wife of Shroycr, nocttscd of burning
Woodaple, throws doubt on daughter's
California state banks' organization
committee prepares bylaws for clear
ing house. ,
Hatfield attempts to escapo from
prison and authorities bellovo ho Is
I.co II, Coats divorced his wife, re
taining rash In her name and tho other
Herkeloy Hoard of Education sounds
death knell of high school secret so
cieties, Now San Francisco "endless chain"
schemo offers 13 feiry tickets for 23
Estimates for deeping approaches lo
Marc Island will bo submitted to Con
gress. Hrynn'B campaign In Nebraska di
rected to securu Demociullc congress
men. Freshmen nml Sophomoro dobato at
University of California causo of dis
pute. Almcda ministers score progrnft
papers and condemn editorial of Ar
gus. Ocean Shoro road Is nuw running
dally trains from Giauada to Half moon
University faculty receives news of
Dr. Oilman's death with great sorrow.
Lawyer Scheller, victim of tho "Cor-
tada," denies woman slashed his face.
Senator Dolllvur of Iowa tells how
McKlnluy picked Taft for Piesldency.
Hearst sued by Governor Haskell for
(100,000 damages for slauder and libel.
Francis J. Itcncy makes scathing
statement In denunciation of Hearst.
Mrs. Alfred P. Chase secures dlvorco
f i oni heir of Hertha Dolhecr estate.
Pcssengors on wrecked train In
blazing forest nro burned to death.
President Roosevelt approves Taft'8
attitude towaid organized labor.
Unlgaila rejects proposition of now.
era pay Tin key an Indemnity,
Rig sums lout outh who signed
notes for Clonics V Morse.
Infernal mtirhlno exhibited during
trial of Mis. Isabella J. Martin,
Mrs. Ilradley Putnam Strong said to
be eager for divorce.
Judge Luniiu madu oddson favoilte
by election bettors.
John C. Wood, Santa Cruz capitalist,
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HOUSEHOLD HINTS I
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FOR AUTUMN HATS
The eolois most seen on hats of
the hour arc khaki, all the shade
of blown, the rich, vivid greens nnd
the royal blues.
With the rage for expensive feath
ers there Is a vogue for simple flow
ers, such as grow In old-fashioned
gardens mid oichards and In the
Holds clovers, apple blossoms, Jas
mine, lilies of the valle, moss 10303,
tlematis, and the like.
As soon as fall headgear takes Its
turn, feathers will again usurp the
field. The newest thing In feathers
for the coming season Is a large
wing, mixed up with nlgiettes, the
hairy barbs projecting under each
feather and boftcnlng It wonderfully.
The ostrich plume will undoubted
ly be as much thought or for fall as
ever, lint it will be used In combina
tion with other feathers, especially
LIGHT WALL PAPER
IMPROVES OLD ROOMS
Dark halls and rooms In apart
ments -which open on courts may he
definitely tmpir.ved by a Judicious
selection of wall paper and furnish
An unattractive and gloomy look
ing room, formerly papered In green
or red paper, with oak or stained
woodwoik. may be transformed Into
a thing of beauty and brightness by
having the woodwork painted while
nnd papering the walls in a deep,
sort jellow With muslin curtains
nt tlie windows and a light matting
or filling covering the floor, this
room would never be recognized as
tho gloomy, red-walled place It once
appeared to be.
Long, dark halls In flats may also
be much brightened by light paper.
ARE OFTEN REVIVED
When King Solomon declaied that
there was no new thing under tha
sun he was probably thinking about
feminine fashions, and In these few
are so periodically revived as that of
cloth trimmlngc upon silk or satin
The revival this season Is undoubt
edly due to the vogue of the tunic,
which, when developed of n fabric
that bus not a woven In border must
obviously have an edging of hand
embroldciy, fancy braid or cloth.
Theso rows of cloth bands not only
nre used to define draperies, but
they emphasize the shape of rurfs.
collais, and hip pockets, and form
the battlement effects, which are
now m marked a feature of Bklrt and
CHECKS AND PLAIDS
POPULAR THIS YEAR
great many checks, plaids, and
(.tripes nre to be used, It Is certain.
Among some samples seen, which rep
resented a part of a buyei's output
for tho coming season, It was evident
(hat very supple but Unit leaves, such
as the bioadrloths, Venetian cloths,
prunellas and serges, aro to bo in
And it ts said that enormous or
ders for velvets nre putting the vel
vet manufactuicrs through their
pares to keep up with them and get
them to their customers before the
beason opens. Tho voguo for separ
ate coats will have a salutary Influ
ence on the velvets for winter, Blnce
nothing else combines so richly with
THE NEW PRINCESS GOWN
Many of tho now princess gowns
aie niuilo with a princess slip, but
deny the fact by belt or sash.
In selecting rinds for melon pre
serves get the very thick ones and
cut them free from all pinkish por
tions and lcmovo the outside green
rind. Cut tho pieces Into small
squares and weigh them. To every
pound of rinds allow one pound of
white granulated sugar. Put tlio su
gar Into n porcelaln-llncd kettle anil
add as much water as will be needed
to make good sirup to cover tho
pieserves. Squeeze tho Juice of one
lemon Into tho sirup and raicfully
chip off yellow portions of the rind,
being cnteful not to uso any of tho
white, and add to It the hag of
spices. Roll tho spices In wltlN the
rinds. Some uso ginger root, though
often it destroja tho honey flavor of
the liquid, making It too strong with
Singer. It Is best to uso delicate
spites. First boll tho sirup uutll It
gets moderately thick, then skim, it
(icn from scum nnd add tho rinds.
They can be slowly cooked or rushed
through, though they get more like
honey If slowly cooked on tho bark
of the stove. Thoy must bo proborved
In glass Jars with tight lids.
TO CURE A COLD IN OHEOAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinino
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
J'AIUS UUDICINU CO., Sl. Luuji, U. S. A.
i ... 1 1
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day, No Ad
vertisement, Inserted for Lets Than
by a oung lady, position as assist-
ant bookkeeper or other olllce or
store work. Address "It. D.," this
office. . 4123-lf
Furnished cottage, suitable for two
gentlemen; close to business dis
trict. Address "AAA," Bulletin.
German woman wishes position cith
er for care of children or as cook.
Address "S.," this office.
I'urnlsbed cottage, two bed rooms,
close to car line. Address "C.C."
Bulletin office. 4123-tt
Position by expert bookkeeper and
statistician. Address "J. G. B.,"
Bulletin office. 4090-tf
Second-hand Cat-top desk; must be
reasonable. Address "L.P.," thhj
A second-hand showcase, about 6x2x1
feet. Address with price "P.," this
A baby carriage. State condition
and price to "J. K.," Bulletin of
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
Position as general blacksmith; S3
years plantation experience; horse
shoeing n specialty; satisfaction
guaranteed. Address "II. P.," this
olllce. 41 32-2 w
By an experienced American carpen
ter who has been on the Islands 28
years and who has had 20 years'
experience on plantations. Addrcts
"II.," this office. 4120-tf
One or two rooms, vlth or without
board. Apply "II.," this office.
House, 2 stories, C rooms, 14 IS Alapat
near Quarry lit.; $18, water In
cluded; modern Improvements.
Furnished cottage at Cottago Grove,
King St, Inqulro No. 8. 4111-tt
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McCcmnell, 1223 Emma St.
Furnished house, 1713 Beach Itoad.
Apply on premises. 40G7-tt
What spot in these Islands can ex
ceed the great Waimea Plain in
beauty, climate and diversity of scen
ery? City folk in want of rest and
recreation will learn with pleasure
that the Waimea Home of Mr. David
Forbes, late Manager of Kukuihaele,
is now in the hands of Mr. H. Akona,
the well-known Chef.
The premises may be rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAII.
P. 0. Address, Kawaihae.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
On Our Easy-Payment Plan.
BERGSTRQM MUSIC COMPANY, Ld,
Fort St. just above King.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Either With or Without Frames.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON .BLDG., FORT ST.
The Weekly Edition of thi Evening
Bulletin elves a complete summary of
the news of the day. ,
Advertisement, Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day, No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Lett Than
A valuable collection of stamps. This
collection Is the property of the
widow of the late 11. W. Bowen,
and Is the result of bis effort la
many years of labor; they can be
seen at the Hawaiian News Co.,
Young Uultdlng. 3911-tt
Fine corner lot In Mnklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' wall; from cars and Punahou
, College. Address It. F., this office.
Automobile, 3 passenger Queen; In
good order. I. 1. Mlehlsteln, 21 St
N. King St.: phone 3S2.
Cheap Stable, In good condition.
corrugated roof. Apply Bulletin
limply sacks, tubs, and bottles. M.
Mcshlma, Fort near Kukul.
30,000 acres of land In Konn, Hawaii.
Address S. Norris, Knhukii.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
nages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Co..
King Street near South
Mr. and Mrs.
ING, and other
444 KINO ST.,
134 Berctania near Fort St. 1 )
The Manhattan Cafe
Is The Most Popular,
FORT STREET just above HOTEL,
R. WILLIAM WARHAM, Prop.
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery.
EAGLE DYEING AND
Fort Street. Phone 575.
0. 0. Hottel is authorized to collect
and receipt for the undersigned.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS
Of All Kinds.
in an automobile is just the thfng.
Call up 200 388 or 1458 and ask
C. H. BEHN
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
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