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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY, OCT. 31, 1803.
STT'Ti 1 T?SI!!niJl F"i"i' n inirOTrri'n " - -Jri ---. inaMd AjV
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Exhibit of Exclusive Millinery
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Honolulu Commandery Order
of the Temple.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 Ini
All Tliltlue tuemberi of the
Order are eordlally invited to
attend meotlna of local lediee
HARMONY IQDQB, No. i, I. 0. 0. 1.
Ueeta every Monday evening nt
7:30 in I. 0. 0. r. Hall, Fort eUreet.
E. tt. HENDRY. SeereUry.
HKN. F. VICIUM, N. 0.
All vleltlng- bielhere Terr eorlUUr
-- y-snc Iffjflz. iro.8. k. o .
Uuu every Id and 4th Tuesday
of each month at 7: SO p. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Fort and Beretanla UU.
Visiting Brothera cordially weleoa
W. L. LYUC, C. 0,
P. WALDHON, K. of K. B-
0AH1T LODGE, No. 1, X. of P.
Meets every nrat and third Fri
day evenlag at T:I0 In K. of T. Kail,
corner Fcrt'and neretanta. Vlelttni
brothera cordially Invited to aiUmd.
. 0. DEBRINO, CO.,
JAS. W. WHITH, K.RJ.
HONOLULU LODGE 816, 1. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 61 , B. T. 0.
E., will meet in their hall on Xlaf
near Fort Street every Friday evea
lng. By order of the E. R.:
HENRY C. HASTON.
WM. H. McINERNY, B. R.
Win. IK'MNLEY L0D81 .!, K.f7.
Meeti every 2ad and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock 1b K. ol P.
Hall, tor. Fort and Beretanla. Vlelt
Ine brothera cordially Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZM, CO..
H. A. JAC0B30N, K.R 8.
HONOLULU ABRIE 140, F. 0. X.
UmIi on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY eventnn of each month at
7:30 o'eloctc In K. of PvHall, corner
Deretanla and Fort treete.
Visiting Eaglea are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZIM, W.. Praat.
U. T. UOOna, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TH1I No. 1, 1. 0. X. M.
Meeti every Iret and third Tuure
dayi of each month at Knlthtu of
Pythias Hall. Vlsltlnr brothera cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. B. ARLEIOH, Sachem.
A, E. MURPHY, C of R.
At All Watchdealari.
Agent (or Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING SU Honolulu.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WOBK
done by tit
with their new FRENCH
r dry-cleaning procMi.
257 Brrttania at. Phqne 1491.
TlilBaWiifaii SiiiifMrTllI flf lilii
HOW I TOOK MY
After Facial Massage, Creams and
Beauty Doctors Had Failed.
BY HARRIET META.
Trouble, worry and lll-licn.lli
brought me deep lines and wrliilclni".
I realized that they not only greatly
marred my appearance and made mo
luulc much older, but that they would
fireatly lnterfern with my succcfc!,
because u soman's miccesg, either to-
ilally or financially, depends very
largely on her appearance. The
homely woman with deep Unet nnd
furrows In her face, must fight nu
unequal battle with her jonner mil
I therefore bought arlous brands
of cold cream and skin foodM oud
massaged m face with most con
stant regularity, hoping to regain
my former appearance. Hut the.
wrinkles simply would not go. On
the contrary, they seemed to Ret
deeper. Next I went to a beauty
specialist, who told me she could eas
ily rid me of my wrinkles. I paid
my money and took tho treatment.
Sometimes I thought they got Icrs,
hut after upending all the money I
could H.'ford for such treatment. 1
foetid 1stlll had n v wrinkles. So I
gave Ui In ilepali and concluded I
must carry them tu my grave. One
day a friend of ralnn who was versed
In chemistry made n suggestion, and
this gave me an Idea. I Immediately
went to work making experiments
and stud) lng ever) thing I could get
hold of on the subject. Aftdr several
long montliB of almost numberless
trials and discouragements, I finally
discovered n process which produced
most astounding results on my wrin
kles In a single night. I was delight
ed beyond expression. I tried my ex
periment again, and lo and behold!
my wrinkles were practically gone.
A third treatment three nights 'in
all and I had no wrinkles and my
face was :is smooth ns ever. I next
offered my treatment to some of m
immeaiaie menus, wno used It Willi
surprising results, and 1 have now
decided to offer It to the public. Miss
Gladys Desmond, of Pittsburg, Pa.,
writes that It made her wrinkles dis
appear In one night. Mrs. M. V.
Graves of Bridgeport, Conn., btntcs:
"There is not a wrinkle left, mv
friends say I look SO years younger.
I consider )our treatment a godsend
to womankind." Mrs. James Horse
of Central City, S. D writes: "The
change U t,o great that It seems moro
a work of magic."
I will send further particulars to
an) one who Is Interested, absolutely
free of charge. I use no cream, fa
cial massage, face steainlngs or so
called skin foods; there is nothing to
inject and nothing to Injure the skin.
It Is an entirely new discovery ot
my own and so Bimple that you can
ueo It without the knowledge of jour
most Intimate friends. You apply
tho treatment at night nd go to
bed. In the morning, o) the won
derful transformation. People often
write me: "It bounds too good to ha
true." Well, the test will tell. If
Interested In my discovery please ad
dresi, Hairiet Meta, Suite 1204, Syra
cuse. N. Y V. S. A., and I will ncud
)ou full particulars, 4HG-H
PLAY AT SUAFTER,
SAY THE SOLDIERS
If the Kallhls persist in their de
termination uot to play at Fort Sliaf
tc r, (here wll be no game between
them and the soldiers. The manager
of the Fort Shafttr nine iinnounred
hlc ultimatum this morning and It is
low up to the Kallhls to say what
they will do. Tho soldleni say that,
htnlng beaten the KallliN onco on
their own grounds, they new hnve n
right to demand that tho rotuin
game shall be played at the post. If
the, Kallhls' hold out for Knplolanl
Park, the game Is off.
""For Salt" carde at Bulletin.
I If you hare a 'Real want ".Bul
letin Want Ad. will All it.
Thurlow's fox a lunoh or dinner.
Get your lunch at the New Bneland
Bakery, Hots! street.
Don't-mlss tho silk sale at Whitney
& Marsha on Monday.
A Pafria 0 rand Ball at I.usltana
ball October 31, 1908, Is postponed to
November 14, 1908.
Send the absent children and friends
Bomu honlo Jams; the I.urllnu will get
them there In time for Thanksgiving
Ring up 1110 nnd order a cose.
On Installment of 13 per month ysu
an purchase a White Family Rotniy
eevuag maculae. Benny A Co. Ltd.,
aaU, 12M Fort St. Phone 411.
The advantage In having a Terri
torial Messenger service boy delher
jour messages' Is In tho promptness
with which the work Is done. When
)ou want a boy to go on an errand
All members of the Hill Kokua a
Hookuonoono o n.l Olul Hawaii are
fraternally requested lo assemble at
II. H. Williams' Undertaking Parlors
on Fort street at 2 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon for tho purposo of ntteiidlng
tho funeral of our Into brother, S. K.
Deputy Attorney General Larnach
will leave for Kauai on next Tuesday
to attend tho term of Court 'there.
Deputy Sutton will go to Knllua, Ha
waii, the same day.
J. P. Cooke called on Governor
Frenr this morning and talked with
Mm for soma time.
The Elks clgb will keep open house
on 'luesdoy evening November 3, for
Iho benefit of the members, their fam
ilies and friends.
Governor Frear may leave on the
Mongolia on November 14 for tho
Coast, or he may wait for tho trans
port that sails a few ta)s later
Governor Frear stated that ho did
n't find very many DemocrntB on the
Island of .Kauai. Tho Governor in 1 a
splendid time oer that island, being
treated to pol luncheons, dlnnei and
dances. In his honor.
J. F. Hnckfeld, acting Imperial Ger
man Consul and Acting Consul Tor
Norway, called on Governor Frear this
Secretary Mott Smith and tho In
fpectorB of Election wcro in confer
ence yesterday afternoon with iccards
to tho duties of tho latter In connec
tion with the election. Tho Inspcvio-s
have full power to preserve oider ut
the polling places and to ro conduct
the voting as to carry out tlu Intent
of the law.
Threo thousand noonday lunclus
were prepared and served at tlu Nor
mal School during tho month of Oct
ober. Tho ladles of Honolulu aro cinllally
Invited to visit tho mllllnerv pirloia of
Miss Power, In tho Boston bulldlms
and see tho latest Fall styles. Just In
from tho East.
There Is the highest Regit! quality
In our whlto canvas and genuine buck
skin shoes. Whlto canvas, $3..10, vliltj
buckskin, 13.00. White canuui ox
fori), $3.00. Hegal Shoe store, KIiik
and Bethel streets.
tho finest boot for outing wear and
nil rough walking Is the Strong nnd
Garfield boot, 13 and 17 inches high.
rnce. in.oo and i9 60. Mantifactur
ors Shoo Co., Ltd., agents, 1051 Fort
Paniofles are bath and bedroom
rcuffs that make a handsome and san
itary substitute for Chinese and Jap
anese slippers. Made with qrash and
braided boles or YJtallte.. Price 7Gc
to 11.50 at Mclnerny Shoo Store.
Tho N. S. Sachs Dry Goodd Co. aro
leccivlng new and attractive goods
irom an over tbo world. Every depart
mem is run of novelties at light
A Moat SceellMt AMorkmeat tf
W. W. Ahana Co.,
ee s. kino st. . prove m.
THE BEST "FTTTERB" IN TOWN.
' . . .
SWEEP FOR REPUBLICANS
NEW YORK. N Y, Oct. .10. Chilli man Hitchcock claims 32R elect
oral otes for Tn ft, I nc hiding thoo of
Maryland, and Nevada
Sperry and Emory Battleships
MANILA, P. I. Oct. SO. Admiral
140 nlllcs from Olougupo mid Is duu to
AMOY, China, Oct. 30. Admiral Emoiy made ofllclnl culls today
Seventeen hundred offlrerii nnd men were ashore attending an Inform-tl
reception. The olllieis were given n dinner by a fommlttee of lending
DENIALS ARE IN ORDER
NEW YORK. N Y. Oct. 30. -It
has been contributed to the ltepublle.ui
Chairman Mack ilelilett that thu
write his letter In faoi of Tuft
ROOSEVELT AFTER JOHN D.
WASHINGTON. I). C, Oct 30.
says that the ahnoiini enienl of ltccUefellei's suppnil was Intended In
EMIGRATION COMPANIES HARD UP
TOKIO, .lupin, Oct. Ill), The erilgiatlou lompinlen nie In dlllliul
tles owing to regulations nude by the Government
N Y Oct. 30.
died tonight of
New York society,
Wecdon's Curio Bazaar
Has moved to 27 Hotel St. between
Bethel and Nuuanu. Will open to
night 6 p.m., with music,
Come One, Come All
COHEN SHOWS HOW
PARTY KEEPS FAITH
Link And Long Roasted
By Boy Orator And
"The Republican party alwu)H has
kept and nlwajH will keep Its plum
Ises." TIiuh spake Joe Cphen at tho maet
Ing at l'.uioa, when he, with the In
stinct of his calling, turned defeat
Into victory, disappointment Into
glee, and Incidentally pulled off on
of the cIovercsH. tidvet Using stunts -if
"I have to upolbgUe," said Cohmi
from the stump. "We had promised
)ou moving jtlctuies; us ii matter of
fact, wo hncl advertised that wu
would havo them here tonight, but
wo will not "be able to pioducu inem
beraiibo the eldctrlo coiupiiny buys
that there Is. not enough power.
"Hut," continued Joo, us u mui
mur of disappointment inn through
the crowd, "the Republican party al
wajs keeps Its promises. Wo haj
promlbed you moving plctuies, ami
moving pleturea you bhall liae.
bavo hcio 200 tickets for the Em
pire Theater, and I inn going to dU
trlbutn them nmong )uu as boon aj I
get off this stand."
Cohen's announcement was greet
ed with gieat glee, and he whs nl
mobt mobbed when hu began his dis
tribution. Although mosjt of ,the llouu of the
New York, Ohio, Indiana, Mout.iui,
Spnrry'a Fleet linn boon wlielesjed
airhu tomorrow. The ongu lias
l ilenlMl that -'lamlniil Oil money
Doniocints uiged It'i-kefellci- tu
A bt-itement fiom the White Home
- Mrs. William
Ahtor, tho leader of
ticket weio on the other side of tho
Island, those who remained managed
to pull nlf a i cilly excellent meeting,
showing that they could do qutlu
nicely without the heavyweights.
Ciibtm na Id that hu had giowu older
since Ills last teini In the llnuso;
was, In fact, being told by his ludy
rllends that he was getting too old
lo many, and fun this leasou he
would hu able to peifoim still gicnt
ur wouileiH than he did ill the last
lession. He aho iiedlcted State
hood on the iiC'i)thlug-ioiiies-to-hliil
who-w tilts plan.
Kalcn reiuluiled his be.ireiu that he
hud been delected tu thu convention,
nnd pointed with some pilde to tho
fact that he was still slicking to the
pail). Cohen said that tho Republi
cans would pass no luilj-dog bills but
would do beilous nnd honest wink In
the I.egislatuie. Hilly lloogs culled
to the attention of the crowd thu ap
propriations hccuied by Kuhlo for
foits, Pe.u I Ilmbor, lighthouses, nt ,
Htntlug that cei)ouii del I veil bomo
benefit tlieiefiom. Ills uilvjco to the
people witsto iiold swapping huiscii
while ciobslng the stieam.
Douthitt spoke of the benefits
which had been dnilvcd fiom County
goveiumeut, which had been an nb
holute bitcccbs. Hu did not belleie
looks brighter through a pair
of our scientifically adjusted
A.N. Sanf OFd,
OPTICIAN BOSTON BLDG.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, October 30.
POrT (lAMIlLi:- Sailed Oct 30:
Ilk. Albeit, Tor ' T. II.
SAN IIIEGO Anlwd 0l 2!C
I' S Collier H.ituin, hence Oct. 1 1.
SYDNEY Sailed (Jet 2ii:
S H. Mo. ma. Tor Honolulu,
HII.O AitlU'd Oct 21
S. S EnteipiiM from t m Finip
That the lec'tiuv on 'Honieniakln':";
by lJlrccioig I II Ni will, or the
United States ltd l.im-illou tun lee. at
Hie Opeia House Ihli i m mIiik Ik ml
open to I'ldles, Is aiillliiK'K lull i.liieli
leeiiis uuriiitiiiiuli I) to hu egalne I
(ledeiire. 'I Ills of couim Is ii mis
take, mid the li'c'tiiin hlioiild hie ,ri
i seelal luti'icht fin the fall lex. 111
nsiiiittli ns all that lelates to the home
Is eshcntlalli of Interest to them
Newell i I'tui in it this hum iil'1-.i fiom
a week hpcill nil Is in il, mi 1 be In moie
r.l 1 .1 1 1 1 Impus-'ed llniu ever Willi
the posidlilltles of tills Tenlloiy us n
laud of homes Although no e.ilmls
iloii fee Iwll be cliiii,;eil fin the Ii e
t no, admlMsloii will he liv ticket i.hleli
ma.i be piorurci! fiom the Piiiiiiollou
Committee moms. Should aiijinic not
be.ilile to fill lor tlekeiti liming the
hi) an effort will lie m.ncle to tmpplv
cor)lioth til the bos oinoe Ibis even
ing befoie the talk inmmcnccK, ut S
The lecture will bn h-imlsnniely II
liistruled wllh hienes fioiu Mr New
ell 'ii wink In arioiiH ..nla of tho
If you hne a i. nidi loolh Indulge It
fiom tlu- utoik of tin Palm Cafe,
whein tlie make cuiils eveiy day ami
get l) tint In i "ti choenl.ilcti on oeiy
Theio will bo a muting of the
CIiiIkII.iii Endeavor Koeielv of Cell
li.il Union CIiukIi llus ewnlng ut 7-'!i
o'clock In tho new palish hotisc.
Mib. (lince Siiell-Collln-Collln-W.il-kei-('olllli-l.u)niiill-l.ine
Is to lierouiii
Mis. Walker again, .iic'conllng to bei
lliinoiiuceliient In l.m Angeles, m
soon us hIio lecehes n llual dlvoico
Countess I.Mllii ItmloptehliiP of
Russia made sine of her leiepllon nt
u New Ycnk hotel Ii) sending he i pho
lograidi ahead. One of the baggage
handleis "spotted" bei nt the boat
anil blceiid her to the liosteliy.
.. . .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. . .. .;. .;. ,;, ,;, .;. ... .j, ...
tliu liimoiii to the efl'ei'l Hull the llu
wiilluiis went going lo m.ilih the
htiole c.iudldales. denouncing llieui ns
cheap talk and scute Inlk. .luck I.u
cuHiuadoot his iliai.ii leilslle UavN.ili
an Npi-ei-lu m, making u sluing plea
for ('uthi'iiit, uuil ciiiului; out eqiiull)
stioiig itgnlnst l.ung, who, hu sulci,
was u "lepiiwule "
Long culled iiUcutlnu to tho fact
Hint the Tax rommlsslnii hud llled
IIH ii'iiint, nnd ns a consequence!
some ci Impoitunt lax legislation
W.ih biiiind to collie up In the Logl?-
laiuie, wine ti me ItepulilliaiiH would
be Just the ones to t.ukle. lleinaid
Kelekollo made il llieliiand specih,
dciintiuilug Link MiC'undlesM in inl
ine isuicil trims, lie said Link Inn!
imiloliiid Ane Keoue's home., mid
that a) bad gotten till ho possessed
fiom tin poor llnw.illami, lleinitid
alio denounced Mis. Alcherley foi -it-I
in Mm; Kuhlo. Other speukeia weie
l.o.an, K inuiioiilu, Nnulia, ami oth
ers. The meeting was well ulteniled,
aid the miijoilt) ol tbo nowd slujid
until the el) cud.
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TliHt quallei of the moon Nov. I.
Hawaiian ntundr.nl tliiici is lo bums
30 minutes sluwur than Greenwich
tlmo, being that of th'i niorldliui ot 107
iejiees 30 minutes TLu time nnisiiu
blows ut 1.30 p. m., which la Die b.itnu
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
mid moon aro fur local tlmo .or tun
Sutunlny, Oi ll i 31
Sliur, Noeaii, Sack, Kmi il ii 2- a in
HIiiii. Iwalanl, Sill, rioiu Molnk.il.
!:I2 a. in.
Kluir. Manna Ken, I'm man Ii mi
llllo and wa poilx, n. in
; ' ;
II -A. S. S., Aiabl i, ui'i ii. I 'I
i-e.itlle, 1 !'i li m.
Stun. Klnaii, (lngo! Im I' i 1 1
pilltK, ', i in
Am tebr. Bangor, Hi n in i'i '
(l.imlile, 1:30 p. ni
It S. A T. Ill, Alike I h. .o M iii'.i
r 20 p. ni.
Siluid.n, Ocli ! , '.'
T. K K. H H. 1IoiikI.iii
M i ii
Sinltb, foi Sim I'laiulKeo, i. 1 u
It. c l ill hi i PukII.i. CiisiiiiI. I ,
kobania, 10 a m.
i PASSENGERS ARRIVED
IViflmi. Manna Kim, rrmi Miwui
ami Maul, Oct 31. -Mix., M !M
Ml mi K. MK'iiild.'ii, Mis I i .
mini, Mis. P. C. Smith. l)i II Hid
noil. Mm Hleknell, .1. laik n I I'n'
linger, (' IMson, lie. I'. II Meli.ili
W. C. Albliome, In-. W. A'ki i I) I'
II. Iliuuiiliils, Mhs I' Motn oi Mm
II. Woodwnid, Dr. A. ('. Wall. Ill V
K. Clark, Mis ('. McCaitui .11 - M
Itoitso. A. .1. (itguoiiM, III- .1 M Wlill
in). Geo. CI ii l.e, It. I ishe. II I I II
He, I',. II. Moses, Mjs Mo . S II.
1'iijln.iwu. Jllss I. I funis n 'he r
llaiilson, Finl llaiilsou, (J il ,i
I). I,. Austin. II T Hi i ban .
Ilouill, E. II. ('.nil. II T i'l, i I
II Wiilker. Ml s l. .Mulct Ml- I
Mokii, Mis T S. Ka. I' l.inn i
K. Clark, .Ins (lie .vs, II ll.i.in Ni
amnio. I.. I.. Hauling. YV I !,.'d
Miss V Rliknnl. Mis. W. II' lllikin...
A V Ciller Mm. Ciller nu I -iivaiil.
Mnsler A Cnlei, Miss E t'aii.-i Mi
.1 Oat tu. Mist Mandrill tl ' Kaloi.
E P Low, Mltis K. II Snntli Mi W
II. Coinwell. il V. Mulsoii. .1 1 l'a'
M I". PiiHiier, illss II li inn Mi lie
I! Akl E II Pails, E P Cli.ipln, Mi -.
Slillhi uml servant, I" Hiy.u, Y, Y.ni
Per aluif Ncki.iii, fnun K mi ii, iv
fl (Iom i not- Fn'.u and p-ni I
Kiiiicheii nnd wire 11. V i ' it mil
lour dick pnwongeiH.
Per M. N S K I.H f s1, ,
ri.inelsco, Noi 3 M, I)
Cl.uk, E. .1. Lord oi I i' .
lilolllliMoii, Miss li.i I i ', , c
Mm C. It Collins Mi
libs G ilulsi h Mi
son. ilm, T H K n Mi
Mm Dodd, Ml Hold
do L-ulUuP ,M i i
E I) Smln i '.in I h
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Newell .Mi u a v ni
Sea Wrens, $l(j(l
8-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, $175, Complete.
THE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St,
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jli. v i. At ui .j,j5
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