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DAILY and WEEKLY Published b BULLETIN PUDLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF TEE ASSOCIATED PBESS.
Wallace R. Parrlngton, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARQSST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii
rip J Editorial Rooms,
Who said turkey?
The gobblof Rublilps totlny.
Tliiusil.ij lie will lie gobbled.
Itcv Mi Thwlng inay II ml more
work than lie expected In his hclovcl
A sc.mltv of h.i) In California
inn) losult In more business for the
Thu American Navy In s.iltl to lnck
inrn, vet nothing i .in lie K.tltl against
tin Ir iiinllty
If Lieutenant Italia be sensible ho
Mill he satisfied with his sentence nud
not look foi more tumble by liucMtr;
Otir next President Is booked to
visit Cuba In Jiinunr) Wo wonder
If ho will bo Invito! to see the 1M
wurd Atkinson sugar piopcrty.
Tho things of the body are good,
the things of the intellect better, lint
belt of nil tile the things of tho Mill.
I'nsliknt HiHise(ll's Thanksgiving
It is a safe bet that John 1) parted
less llbcnill with his Information
whin on the witness stand than ho
did to the residential campaign
fund with Ills cash.
l.i t us liae a National colebratlon
of the opening of l'c.irl llaibor In
I'M:.' h) ull means, but wo ought to
work up something of even smaller
moment befoie then
There Is a consensus ot oilnlon
among educators In New York Hut
1 1 lull Sihool fraternities are a mo'i
nee to the moral ami Intellectual wel
f.ne of the students In tho secoudaiy
What efftet will the cruise of tho
Atlantic l'ket have upon piotcctionj
foi an American merchant marine?
Will the American Hag of commerce
follow the Admiral's Flag on the
Labor leaders dining at the White
House with tho President, Ills Cabi
net, and tho Justices of tho Supremo
Court of the United States Is u new
Idea in American politics. It Is at
With the existing troubles In Chi
na, It may be Just as well that tli-3
Atlantic I'leet Is In those watets. It
would certainly not tnko ns long to
relieve the Legations as It did dur
ing the Iloxer troubles of ten years
llllm Root in tho Senate will bo
n decided gnln to that august body,
but the Amcilcan people, ns n whole,
i 111 bo the losers If he leavo the
State Department, especially at i
time when tho Orient nguln looms up
us nn International peace disturber.
i I, i
Tho parcels post Is tho outgrowth
of business development and increas
ing tinde, and It cannot be prevent
ed. It Is lIKo the department stoio
which, soonor or later, will come to
Honolulu. Why not get together
mid fctart one of our own before wo
have an Invader from tho mainland?
Tho Federal Government has the
light to issue bonds for the Panama
Canal work, ulso to aid the develop
ment of the Philippines. Hut Hit
wall, being a Terrltoiy, Is handled
differently nnd gets Its share under
the general appropriation bills. For
tho moment we have no cause for
Thero has recently been a marked
ndvunco In the prices of tho neces
sary staple supplies although labor
Is not jot fully employed, Some aie
oeu higher than thoy wero four nnd
live ears ugn. Tho man who bus to
meet tho burden is tho salaried wage
earner whoso advance, If It como at
nil, never equals the corresponding
Increase In his cost of living.
Tho California Stato Committee,
organized to prepaio Information on
n tariff icivlslon basis, has completed
Its work nnd submitted It to tho
Committee on Wajs am Mean a of
rr Sll Months .Bo
Pe- Year, anynherelnUS I. tin
Pet Year, anywhere In Canada ., i.Bo
l'ereat tKHlpaM, loielen 3.o
Office, - 256
Entered at the Postoflice at Honolulu
i-i aeiuiij clan muter.
NOVEMBER 21, 1008
the lUmso of Representatives. This
will be lilnced before Congiess on De
cember u Hawaii's Inteicst In (ho
ippnrl consists In the fait that It
advocates n protection for sugar ami
bananas that Is satisfactory to Island
WHAT OP SUNDAY BRIDGE?
Dr. Akcd, foicseolng nothing but
cll from the "prcent misuse of the
Sabbath," instances nmong other de
teriorating liillucnres the Migue of
Sunday dlniiei and bridge pnrtlts.
"They picsnge disaster," he thinks,
"and the atrophy of the best and
highest there Is In us,"
A Sunday dinner party not being
In Itself essentially Immoral, It Is ob
vlouslv the game of bridge afterward
which Is demoralizing Yet only the
other dn an npologlbt for the game
was alleging In tho London Chion
icle that bildge "runs chess a closer
Intellectual second than nny other
game" This writer even found In
bridge qualities that "strengthen
the character nnd exeulse tho phiver
in pluck, persistence, und self-restraint,
while militating against sel
fishness " To eiiiourugo these minor
Christian virtues would appear to bo
n legitimate use of Sunday leisure.
It Is clenr that the Increasing pop
ularity of card-phi lug on Sunday
raises a delicate question of Sabbath
observance. It Is n question to which
a New I'ngland conscience preserved
In nil Its Integrity finds but one an
swer. Yet that conscience lias be
come nunc clastic. It has been
ttrctched to coer Sunday amuse
ments not formerly sanctioned Sun
day excursion trlpi, Sunday golf,
Sunday baseball, Sunday motoring,
and what not. It still balks at card
games on Sunday and the New York
World declares It will no doubt con
tinue to lew them with disapproval,
notwithstanding tho growing toler
ance of week-day ctird-pluving In re
ligious qtiai ters where a generation
ago It was taboo along with theater
going. For Sale
Eight Lots at Kaimuki, cleared and
fenced. Suitable for truck farm
Two fine building lots in Manoa
$iuuu anu $iuoo.
Nuuanu Avenue $35.00
Nuuanu Avenue $50,00
School Street $40.00
Quarry Street $22.50
iKinau Street $25.00
Thurston Avenue $75.00
Lunalilo St. (Furnished) ....$40.00
Waikiki (Furnished) $40.00
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
Low Rates; Prompt;
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ri,fm i TKinr
,y v-lS. - il
Them in now no excuse,
for not owning u home.
Lots aie being sold in
College Hills. These lots
aru of large sire, low
price terms rire easy.
Sjwd "fimk LoM
BENEFIT CONCERT FOR
This evening nt tho Hawaii in Opera
House the following progiam will bo
given foi the benefit of tho htilihl
(a) IJIxlo Uind ...Van dcr Stncker
(b) Tinker's Chorus
From ltobln Hood
Soprano Solo Seicnndu ... Schubert
Madamo Alapil, accompanied by
Prof. Ilerr Uergcr
Chorus rorcst Lcboes
Kallhl Young Folks
Overture Northern Lights
A J. Weldt
Kaal Music School
Chorus (Selected) . .Kvvn Olio Club
Maritime Solo Ob, Him San I leavo
Mr. Henri N. Claik.
Song Ulna Maul (lloo Club
Quartet 'Ciiuso I Said Mv Last
Farewell Kalllm.il Quirtet
Wnlalin Oleo Club
IJiict llnke I)at Chicken l'lo
Mezio-Soprniio Solo Wihlwelil Oo
Miss Elizabeth Knal.
Selection Kawalliau Glee Club
Chorus Kg Ala n Na Pin
Wnlanno Glee Club
Quartet Ilosary Ncvln
St. Imis Alumni Quartet.
Dass Solo Old Plantation
Ar. i:. Knal
Mr. Jnmeif Knmakanl.
Fluto Solo Deep Dliio Sea ....Hones
Mr. I). Kulwl.
Quartet Ilallroad Ar. K. Kaal
Chorus Na Mokupiinl
Hut Olwi Soclctv
Finnic Aloha, Aloha.. Kaal Clou Club
MRS. DREIER AFTER $200,000.
(Continued from Paze 1)
tho deed of tiust l which her late
husband tied up a great deal of the
property of the estate, and the suit
is directed against Cecil Drown, ns
trustee, nnd Cecil Drown and F. A.
Schucfer, executors under the will of
tho lato August Drelei.
Attorney Anderson of the firm of
Kinney, Marx, Prosscr & Anderson
is repiesentlng Mrs. Emma Dreler In
(ho argument bofore Judge Do Dolt
this morning, whllo C. r. Clomons of
Thompson & demons is representing
If Mrs. Dreter wins out In thU
demurrer, It will practically decide
tho case, nnd Mrs. Dreler will be the
i Ichor by fully $200,000. Judgo Do
Dolt has asked the attorneys to sub
mit briefs In addition to the oiul
Clifford Kimball has just received
two high-class electric runabouts of
an cntlroly now model. The ma
chines have proven very popular with
ladles on the mainland. Those re
ceived by Kimball are tho first ot
their kind to bo seen here.
Golf enthusiasts will have an op
portunity to try their hands on
Thanksgiving Day, when a match
play will be held on the links of tho
Oaliu Country Club. Announcement
of particulars will be made later.
The December Number
is the best ever issued.
It is now here; also the DECEM
BER SHEETS and PATTERNS.
Price of Magazine, 5c. each.
Price of PATTERNS, 10c. each.
,HOKOLTTUJ, T. TT, SATURDAY, NOV. 21, 1908.
Mhs Julie Ilamnn, whoso marriage
to Mr. Harold Glffoid occurs on the
evening of the 28th nt tho Damon man
tlon on the hill, bus been much enter
tained during tho past month. Her
wedding dress of softest white silk,
trimmed with raro old lace, which she
Inherited fiom her mother, Is a lovely
nftalr. Tho wedding will bo strictly
private, only the relatives and closest
tutlmnto friends being asked. Mrs
IMward Tenticy, Mrs. Allco Hastings
and Mrs. George Herbert, threo nit
Istlc nnd clover sisters, will attend to
tho iUco-atlons of tho house. Tho
wedding cake, even, a. magnificent nf
lair of many lavers, and Intricate
frosting, has been made nt home. Mr.
Harold Glffard'H farewell batcholor
dinner will bo given li 1 tn nt the Coun
try Club this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mist gave n
very enjoyable bridge evening on
Fildny night In honor of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Claude Usborno nnd Miss Kmlly
Gordon. Thero were five tables In
nil nnd tho prlzo for tho highest
sioie, ii, large bouquet of violets nnd
maidenhair, was won by Miss Goi
don. Tho rooms wero prettily decor
ated nnd among the guests wero
Canon nnd Mrs. Usborne, Mr. Gordon
Usborno, Mr. Curzon Usborno, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Leopold Dlnckman, Mis.
Philip Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Low-ton-Drnln,
Miss Mnrgarct Walker,
.Mr. J. McKlnnon, Mr. H. Walker,
Mr. und Mrs. Deerr.
Mr, Duller, who has been staving
hero tho past two weeks, will bo much
missed on tho gulf links. Ho Is ono
of tho best plnvcrs that has ovor vis
ited theso Islands. Ho is making his
way slowly tow aids imgland, stopping
In Japan, China, India and Kgjpt,
leaching Vonlco In tho Spring, wliero
ho has nn apartment, Ho Is very well
known on tho golf club links of Ku
ropo nnd was the founder of tho golf
club In Delgluni.
Tho Prlnciss Knvviiinnakoa expects
to sail for New York the flist part of
December, and she has taken nn apart
ment at tho exclusive Hotel Walton.
Miss Koo Davison will remain in
charge of tho Pensncola street resi
dence and tho chlldivn dining tho ab
sence of the Princess, thus enabling
her to have tho decided change which
her health demands
The seventeenth annual medical
meeting begins today and will last
Its usual three days. For tho first
time in the history of the society the
annual banquet will bo followed by
some High Jinks which wo hoar will
add very much to the mctrlment of
the dinner. Great secrecy Is being ob
served ns to the details.
Kverjbody Is glad to hear thot
Mrs Fiedcrlck Klamp Is getting on
well nt tho Queen's Hospital. Judgo
and Mis. Selden Kingsbury are stay
ing with Mr. Klamp during the en
forced absence of Ills wife.
Mr. St Clair Dldgood and Mr. Ormo
head lima of the Wnlaluu plantation,
srllcd In the Clatiillno for a vacation
of a sum I time on Maul and Hawaii.
The) will return in tho Manna Loa.
Mrs. Aitlnir Wull will receive fan
cy articles for the Harvest Home in
ono of the looms on the second floor
ot the Hawaiian Hotel from 2 until
G on Tuesday.
Tonight will be the smoker and
chowder of the Ynlo and Harvard men
In Honolulu at University club Cabled
results of tho big game at Now Haven
will bo lead during tho evening.
Mr. James Dougherty was rep:
sentcd ns being slightly better this
KUNZITES, ETC., ETC,
Set in Gold and Platinum.
They Are Very Stylish.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
ONE OF THE HAPPY HOMES IN CANADA "
WHERE PE-RU-NA IS USED IN THE FAMILY.
A Great Many Mothers Have Discovered That a Few Doses of
Peruna Given at the Right Time Prevent Much Sickness.
Uay dolly is well roqjysr ii
vy. .wi -
W-.A AfOX 61 '
Mrs. i:tt Booker. Dundurn, Sask.,
N. W. T Can., writes: "I suffered
with Internal catarrh until I wroto
to Dr. Hnrtman, and after taking
treatment ai ho advised I can say I
am now cured of this moat trying
affliction, for which I am truly
thankful. I think Peruna the best
medlctno for catarrh. I never felt
better In my life than I do at pres
ent." In a later letter Mrs. Booker says;
"I can truthfully say from experi
ence Peruna is a most wonderful
medicine, and In the caso of my llttlo
daughter, Elsie Booker, It did all I
could wish for, and I am cntlroly
willing that you may publish a testi
monial In regard to her cure."
Mrs. Schopfer, C93) Prcacott Ave., St.
Louis, Missouri, U. S. A., writes:
"In tho early part of last year I wrote
to yon for advice, for my daughter Alice,
four years of ago. Sbo was a puny,
tlckly, ailing child since she was born.
She had convulsions nnd catarrhal
"I was alwaysdoctorlng until wo com
menced to uso Peruna. tiliogrew strong
"1'oru.na is a wonderful tonic ; the beat
medicine I havo ever nsed.
"I was in a vory wretched condition
when I commenced to tako Peruna. I
had catarrh all through my wholo body,
and thank Ood, your medlclno set ma all
The following wholesale druggists will
morning. Ills Illness Is greatly tol
bo deplored and It Is hoped ho will
Mr. Clifford Kimball's electilc vic
torias a'10 attracting much attention.
Ihcy aio easy for n vvoiuin to manage
and never seem t oget out of order.
A cnblo dispatch states that Mrs.
Gaines has nrilvcd safely in Vancouv
er before proceeding to her homo in
Pieparntlons aie going steadily on
for tho chowder, Dec. Cth, to bo giv
en by the Mvitles nt the M 0,111 a Ho
Mr. Hvde-Smlth returned Friday
from a visit to Count von S. Domko-.
nlcz on Hawaii, South Konn.
Dr. Victor Collins and wlfo arrived ,
in New York on Thursday on her way
Mrs. Ilodo Is nt tho sanltorlum.
Central Unlbn Church Bible School
at 0:45 a. 111. Men's Dlblo class nt 10.
Morning worship at 11 o'clock; tho
minister will preach, subject "Tho
Three Gieat Desirables." Christian
Didcavor Soclctv at 8:30 p. in. Even
ing worship nt 7:30 o'clock; uddress
en Mrs. Katharine Lent Stevenson,
Eiibject "Tho Bright Sldo of tho Tern
Christian Chinch A. C. McKeovcr,
pastor. 9:45. Bible School. C;30, Y.
P. S. C. E , Rtibcct, ' Gratltudo and How
To Show It." 11 a. in , ltov. C. C. Wil
ton of ABhby, Ohio, who has como to
Honolulu to tnke charge of tho mis
sion work, under tho auspices of. tho
Christian church, will preach. 7:30
p. m , sermon 'by the pastor. All aro
Tho Catholic Church of St. John tho
Baptist, Kiillhl vvaenn, In chaigo of
Hev, Father Clement. Tonioirow, No
vember 22, S:30 11, m, high mnbs, ser
mon, collection, Sunday school, 4 p.
JBT-'Tor Sale" cards at Bulletin.
AND OTHER GOOD THINGS
TLos. G. Thrum.
1063 FORT ST,
Mr. Kurnest llo:bmulb.
"Two Voara Atrn our ltttln
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Biiiioi ,u,cr. 110 IOOK COIU
.....v. lulu. liu IWfc VUIU
inilng to tho surface, they
"Jt r weeks wo wntched by his bedside, hardly expecting him to
livo from ono hour totlio next, finally, ho became n llttlo better,
nnd was nblo to sit up. '
"Thon liormnnipnr-ml nfnn(li. Ami In ant In nlmrnrvllilnn ..!. I
do, ho seemed ti get woro
right. I would not have any other
"Peruna cured my baby boy otn try
bad spell of cold and fe cr. lie Is a big,
healthy boy fifteen month" old. I hav 0
given him Peruna off and on slnco ho
was born. I think that Is why he Is
"I cannot pralxo Peruna enough. Wo
have not had a doctor slnco wo began to
uso Peruna all pralso to It."
Child Now Healthy.
Mrs. G. W. Heard, of llowlb, Texas,
U. H, A., writes to Dr. llartman In regard
to her baby girl, Kilby :
"My llttlo girl was two years old this
January. Kbo had somo derangement
of the bowelM. Shu was a moro skclo
ton, and wo did not think she would
over get well.
"She had been sick three or fonr
months, and after giving her less than
one bottlo ot Peruna she was sound anj
"I found tho Teruna splendid for
wind colic, with which she was troubled
supply the retail trade : BENSON,
Inducting a full selection of
1 view calenda1
Everyone must have a calendar; why not have one
that is beautiful and artistic ? Our fine Calendars, colored
and plain, make inexpensive and welcome Xmas Remem
brances. WATER COLOR and PHOTO CALENDARS, ready for
mailing, 50c to $1.25.
Notice them in our windows.
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co.
" Everything Photographic " FORT STREET.
Their Boy's Life.
1701 Mania St.. I)ea Mnlm... Tni. it a i
hftv. ItVrmntt. wn (.but, ,Iam.m ..hi.
T - 7jV 7.-".". .'. . .""". "" Him
Willi II, U1IU IU31VUU Ui mO eT
affected ills lungs nnd stomach.
, nnd instead or tho eruptions
all tho tlmo. tils coughing spells would
when thebecan to Improve In strength
"Now she has a good appottto and Is a
plcturo of health."
Baby With Indigestion.
Mrs. J. M. Drown, Duunegan, Mia
sourl, U. S. A ., wrl tc :
"My llttlo daughter, three yoars old,
was troubled with a very bad cough,
which remained after on attack of ca
tarrhal fovor, which was a great deal
worso at night. Sbo would wako up
out of her sleep and cough until t
feared sbo conld not stand It. Nothing
that wo gave her seemed to do her any
"I then concluded to rend for Ir.
Hartman's book, entitled 'Tho Ills of
Life,' whioh I promptly neeived. 1 it
the tamo tlmo commenced giving her
Peruna. She has taken ono bottle In
all, through which sbo has obtained a
com pi 0 to cure.
"Sho also slnco her birth was troubled
ulth Indigestion, but since she Ins
taken I'cruun she cm cat ulmoit any
kind of food without nny lad results.
"She Is now ns welt and happy ns
any Uttlcgtrlcan bo. When our frlinds
say how woll sho looks, I tell them
Peruna did It. I shall always bo a
friend of Peruna, ns I consider It tho
best medicine for coughs and ludlgcr
tlon wo havo ever tried, aul will ne
ommcml'lt to any ono similarly af
flicted." Child Benefited by Pc-ru-na.
Mrs. I'rlta Koethe, lincknev v Ulo,
Illinois, U.S. A., wrl ten
"I ftcl real well, and nm glad I tun
ablo to say thin. Ono of my children
had n ever tor five months, nothing
would help htm. The doctor said it
was malarial fever, but his medklno
did not help him at nil.
"I then gave him Peruna, nnd It helped
him Immediately, and ho far ho has not
had another attack or It,
'When I wrote to Dr. lfr.rtmaii I was
unable to do my housework, now I uiu
SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Hawaii.
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