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evening nuM.nTix, Honolulu, t. h , Tuesday, Nov. 24, 1903.
n i 'njmnvfrpTr, :r ,' I'MWHJ-n
Ladies' Linen Suits
$ fl.CO SUITS
0.75 SUITS '.
FIRST SHOWING OF
The largest and b:ot assortment we have ever shown.
The unnll prices put uoon them will astonish you.
Sec our window nml interior display nnil note the
Fine. shr linen with
tiny II. S. border in nil non
ular kizes, UOt 25 c and
Size 81 x 00
00c quality nt 70
All Silk, Extra Heavy.
$2.25 quality... at 1.35
- The only natural water that gives prompt help to
sufferers from this nilnicnt. Y011 can get is from us.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
urcat Bargain WeeK at
DOLLARS WORK OVERTIME when they are in this store
and customers cet the lencHt. Come in and see what one of them '
Just One Dollar will buy.
FRENCH KID GLOVES:
Elbow lengths, black,
White, and Tan, origi
na'lv $5 and 4; This
Rainy weather i3 ap
proaching, and with it
the need of. a lone;
coat; we have them
Opposite Catholic Cliurcli
With tiny H. S. border
in neat designs. Sheer lin
en, from 35 j upw.
Every dollar purchase en
titles you to four votes.
Oct your coupons and
vote for your favorite child.
REGATTA SUITS: '
High grade, for boys, 2 1-2
years to 10 years, 50 cents
f Genuine bargains; all
colors $2.7S to $5.00
Fomnadour Hair Rolls, Rib
bon Combs, Colored Crochet
Rulers of China Met
1'oMtiR, N'ov. II. -Tho Emperor
died uluirlly nftor o o'clock this lifter
noon. Ho liiul been III for a loim time,
end dilrlim leeont iiiidlciiceB vvltli for
elRti repivKentiitlves hern i wim tin
nlde to Bit iiion the throne or even In
nn uptight position. It was evident
for 11 long lime Hint he would he mm-I Dcutliljod ohsurvnncen of 3000 yearn
able to withstand a ciIhIh, which toon-1 ago marked the pushIiik of the Hiuper
er or later must develop In the ill or niul nowiiger. They died nloue mi I
ease from which ho wan mirroring, unattended, iiltluXm.li niiriounded by
Iteeent climatic extleines calmed fat-1 circles of nhject Hliectntoru who re
al complications. Inialned n rod distant, an, on .iccoimt
At the moment of (he dentil of tliojof the sacred persona of their nnjes
Kmpeior Iho DowiiKcr Ihnpieaa' own! Hun, they could not be approached,
dentil chnmbcr chair was wnltlni: In The llniperor died as In had lived
the cotutynrd. She. too, hail been In i
a seuous ciinuition, and word than
was 0IOU8IU 10 iier earner In I lie day
that the Einpotiir was ilyliiR caused
her in collupse. This has prevented
her from iihHiimlni; the telatlonshlp of
Krntiilliiotlier to the sureeshor tn the
tlirony, which, according to the Chin
pne. would enormously augment her
There Is little Indication of emotion
niunug tho people over the events
which have been transpiring. The Kin
peror's death ami the pioliable death
if the Dowager Knipress within n very
short Jlino have had very little effect
upon the Chinese, who nie pursuing
iho even tenor of their way without
signs of mourning.
Iwvnng Hsu's later life wns n pill-'It
Hile spectaclo to Ids nltemlants. HI:
leebleness lud rendeied hlni u mere
puppet and lip. had suffeied long from
III health, which was combined with
iiur and despair. Latterly lie showed
maiked signs of mental disturbances
mil even went mi far Inst August us
in declare himself mad.
The edict promoting Prince Chun to
the icgeucy mid Ids Infant boh, Pii
Wei, to bo heir presumptive, inaile a
ood public Impression. It satisfies
ho reformers and appeals to the sen
Hiui'iits held hv'the people Tor Kwnng
'Isu bi'cauiio It respects the closo
'ilood ties In the matter of succession
'lid Introduces u new and more mod
in clement Into tho government. It
Is an evidence of the victory or the
The government today notified the
Vinetlcan legation offlcitilly that
Prince Chun had been made regent
mil thai ho vvnu In bo the hem! or the
date'. Thin Is itcognltlnn of the ro
ll ement or the Dowager Huntress.
One of (ho edicts Issued In tho name
f the Kmperor said: "Since last nut
inin wo hnvo been III. The physicians
cconimended by the government have
lot been successful In curing us. Wo
re weak mid without splilt, racked
iy pain, without appetite, cold and
i verlsh, and It has' been Imposelblo
or us to sleep. Wo are anxious to
mill the vIccrojB and the governor
" send other phjslcluns to ua itilckly
iid we will give exti nor Unary re
'.'lids to the physicians or officials
ho help us."
IVklTj, Nov. 1J Ttzo Ilsl An, Dor,-
igcr i.mpicss of China, autocr.illo
ieati or tin; i:nerunient. which shu
Uiccleil without successriil lutui fer
nee t-Ince ISiil. and without protest
luce ISSI, died at 2 o'clock this nf
eruoon. The anmiuiicement of tho Dowager
'inpress' death was oirtcl.il uud rnl
ovred closely upon the nnnnunconieiil
li.it Kwang Hsu, Uio Hmperor. had
lied oEtcrilay at 5 o'clock In tho at
einoon hut It Is believed the deaths
leciined a considerable time hefoio
hut set down In the olllci.il Btuteinent.
An edict Issued at S o'clock tills
ii'iiulng placed upon tb,, thionu
'ilnce Pii Yl. tho three-year-old sou
it' Piliico Chun, tho regent or tho cm
lire. In accorilauco with n piomlse
,iven hj tho Dowager Hmproas soon
ifier tho manl.ige or Pi luce Cliim In
VJ)3. An edict issued nn Kriday mnilo
"rluco Pii Yl heir presumptive.
rroops ncacly- For Dliordcrs.
The forelgii legitlous were n6tlfled
iy the Torelgn Hoard of the death of
he Kmpeior and the succession of
.lino Pii Yl. Troops have been In
fullness for several dns to quell
inytilit.oider that might nrlse on the
lentil of Kwang Hsu, Tim possibility
if uprisings was made greater because,
r the fact that the death or the. Duw.
iger Kinprcss was known to bo closo
U hand. Two divisions or troops' have
n'oii held In reserve, and Iheto mo
Kivv stationed In vnrlous quartern or
'ho city. Twenty gendarmes wore ills
niched In guad the legations, hut
ip to tho present tho duties or the
oicos hnvo been slight. It wns un
Miiiucoil that the legation guaul wn
uilercd out "at tho special call ir the
'egathms on account or tho Kmpcior's
Pilnce Chun. Ihe lrgent. has nnloio.1
he Vlceiojs and (loveinois to ( iko
irecniitlons ror the continuation ,r
he admliilstrallim of the piovlrceh 'is
lieriiufmo and he has oidereil u riiii
lied das of innnrnlng. The mini will
;o Into mourning ror three yeui t'ek
ng nlready has been gieutly trans
'ormed. All red objects hav been
moved uud blue substituted The
icople learned this evening or llii
leath or tho Dowager Hmpiess, nr.d,
iltliniirli tliu Chinese mo In no wise
.motlounl, they shilvved that they were
yidfoimdly Inipiessed by tho passing
5-room House near, Fort Streel
Bridge. Only S8.00 p. m.
75 x 1C0 Building- Lot at Puunui,
'103C Liliha car line. Level, flne
ficw, fenced. At a bargain. $350.00.
P. E. R. Strauch
vVAITY BLDO, . 74 S. KING ST,
of their powcifiil ruler The foreign
er In 1)10 city- uro watching tin1
utrntiKV oereintniles with urunt Inter
cut. At the palate elaborate lltes lire
beliiR observed. "A Hood nf edicts lun
won sent forth.
Died Alone and Unattended.
without ministration of vvlintevvr hind
or scicntinc aid. lor months ho had
icfused to permit the service of for.
clgn phvnlcluim, nnd, although It wns
Hated that lie had gone luck to the
old foi in of medlcnl treatment. It Ir
fcollevud that latterly he lecelved no
treatment nt all. ,
Tho Government has gheu out that
Iho Dowager Enipresi In a lucid Inter
val on Friday last leeched l'rlnce
Chliig. who Is a .M.uiclm and a mem
ber of the toynl family, and approved
tho edicts declaring Prince Pii Yl heir
luesumptlve nnd Pilnrc- Chun llegent
of (he empire. Prince China was nt
the beginning of the lloxi-r nnttir..!V
Iord Chamberlain or the court and
commander' of tho Peking field foicos
wiib on htm that the foreign officials
liung hopes' of the envovs H imi,
held many positions nnd was high In
Dynasty Well Intrenched.
That the Dowager Hmpiess took this
step Is discredited. Novel theless. she
is believed to have suggessfully estab
lished the Chun leglme, which Is the
Mnncliu regime, without obstacle, and
tho opinion Is held here that this hoIii
lion of the difficulty which has con
honied tho (loveriunciit is the heal
I'ntll word of the death la spread
broadcast no disorders aie appreneiul
ed. China Is quieter now than nt any
tlmo since 1900. Koc.il dlsordeis In
the south lire possible on nny pietexl
blit tho north Is mine Inclined to
peace. There lire few signs or antag
onism to rorelgners, and there Is no
m inner or doubt that PHnco Chun
will ho ablo to meet the situation. Ho
Is lecognlzed us thoroughly progres
I'lvo and Is tho most iicci-jit-ilile man
Uiat could h chosen to those most
disposed to causo tiouhle ihe rergrm
ers. Antagonism, on the VAti (,0
Conservatives nnd even an Insurrec
tionary movement Is cone' Ivable bo
cause tho death r Iho powcrhil' wo
man, who dominated nil and the
vveakjlug Hinperor sweeps away the
old palace corruptlonlsts,
Thq Ilougkong .Mniu, which arriv
ed heie this moi nlng from the Pn
clllc Const, cnrilia sixteen Chinese,
being deported bv order or tho. Unit
ed Stutvs Immigration Service. The
Colcstlnls vvcio found guilty of belnc
Itlegnlly In the fnlted Stntcs and
worn theiefoio ordered sent back to
Willie the HonsknnB Mnru Is In
IIoiiolulu liuibor, cm of ul watch will
bo kept on the Chinese-, tho steam
ship company being responsible for
Iho snro rotiim to the Flowery King
dom of the unwanted visitors. Spe
cial watchmen were placed on board
tho Hongkong Jlaru to mako biiic
that Ihe Chinese do not take it Int)
Ihelr heads to mako a break for lib
el ty heio.
Tho matter of the encroachment of
Japanesu labor camps and tenements
on the choleo resldeiuo section of
Maklkl Is In be taken up by the Ceil
tral Improvement Club, tho Knahu
ninmi Improvement Club, which has
beon lighting tho Japaneso contract
oib In the courts, having naked tho
(eutral club to lend Its assistance In
The meeting of tho Central Im
provement Club will tnko place, nt
the Pioliiotlon Committee rooms in
Ihe Young building on tho evening
of Kriday,-N'ov. 27, aL7:ao o'clock,
A hill attendance of delegates nnd
of all others Interested in this mat
ter, which Is or Impoilanco to nil
lesldents nf Honolulu, Is requested.
ASSESSOR TO HAVE
ilarston Campbell Is ni ranging for
nn addition to bo built to tho cpjirt
house at Kolo.i for tho purposo nf se
curing Bpaco ror Assessor Farley's or
flees. Mr. K.iiley applied lo Campbell
for additions and improvements to hit
puisent offices, but as It wns known
that tho office was not on (invornmeut
piopcrty, Campbell decided to build
an addition In tho Kolo.i courthouse
This Is oho of Iho matters: which he
looked Into while on Kmial, from
u hence he luturncil this morning.''
Bulletin Businesi Office Phone 256
Bulletin Editorial Loom Phone 185,
: - i i
Oct your order in early
The modern Homeo climbed tip Un
mo ccuie nun stood Ucuenlli llie till.
Is "Darling.", ho guigled rervcntly. '(
"Hut how do I know joti spoak the
truth. Homeo?" resnnfiileil Uu in.li
em Juliet. ".Men rtro sn llcklo Ihesq
"I air one. I swear hv viimlir
.lullet laughed and showed her
"Why, you goose," slio giggled,
"tlinl's llOt till, lllf.rtt. Tl,.,!' n Iw.n.l
llght on tin airship."
Pining ror the days or Hill Shako
speare. the modem Homeo dropiied
down tho fire escape Just us tho night
watchman awoke from Ids nap.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM
Ko other niedicino for Woman's
ills in tho world has received such
widc-sprcnd and unqualified en
doi'scmeut n.s has Lyilia K. l'itik
hain's Vegutnblo ComtHnind, inndo
from nativo roots and herbs.
Xo other medluino has Kiich a
rceoid of succes! for woman's dls
eases, or such Wohts of giiiteful
friends us has Lydia K l'inkluim's
For moro than aOyears it has been
the standard lemedy for fciuiiiino
ills, Iiitlanitnntion, Ulceration, uud
consequent Sniiml Weakness.
It has relieved more cases of Back
ncho and Iical Weaknesses than
any other ono lemt'dy. It dissolves
and exicLs tumors iii an.cuily Btuyo
'trroffiilaritlcs nnd rcriodio raing,
Weakness of tho Stomach, Iiullk'es
lion, Itloatin, Nervous l'lOhtration,
Hcadaclie. General Debility, quickly
.rl.il.l irk ll . nl.n (lni.i.ifri.1 ni'init.u
causing jwln, (lrnggUig sensations
nml iiacxaciio. y uuuer an circum
stances it acts hi harmony with the
It removes that wealing feeling,
extreme, lassitude, " don't earo"nnu
dizzinoss, f.iintnuss, sieeiilcRsncss.
Tlieso tuu indications of Feminine
disorders, which this medicine over
comes as well us slight derangement
of the Kidneys of cither sex.
Women who are sick and wnnt to
get well should refuse to accept nny
substitute for I.ydi.i E. llnkhaus
All new patterns, heavy quality, (c
good for the cold weather, per yard UL
L. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
p 0 W A
there will be a big nub the last few
Friday, Nov. 27
Saturday, Nov. 28
By Mrs. Garrett T. Lewis and
Edna Proctor Clnrke
One of the prettiest nlays ever mo-
duced by little folk.
Honolulu Free Kindergarten
Tickets at BcrCstrora Musie Co.
Vondcrfnl Motion Pictures bring-,
ing to view scenes from raanv lands ,
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week. i
Monday and Thursday
Ante-Diluvian Danve bv Prof. Otro
Seville; The Floor Polishers: Hftid
ships of a Little Hero; A Life Drama;
Songs Have Their End; Custom Offi.
ccrs Mystified; An Up-to-Date Re
moval; By Request re Remit Atlan
Our Stationery comes in handsome
Gift Boxes. They make fine and al
ways acceptable Xmas Remem
brances. WISE BUYERS are getting the
nick of our fine big Stock just in.
CALL AND SEE IT NOW!
Beautiful Assortmtnt of Christmas
Oat & Mossman,
76 MERCHANT ST., NEAR P. 0.
King Street, Ewa of Fitnmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
Dlinlt uoolit ot all row, lo-leere
etc manufactured by the nulletln rub
"- ) is
day? PHONE "C.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
We have received our
OF ALL KINDS.
BABY WALKERS. G0-CAR1S, AD
Wail, Nichols Co., Ltd.,
rORT ST. TELEPHONE 10.
LADIES' FELT 1IAT5. FEATHERS,
RIBBONS. FLOWERS. CHIF
Arc Sold at Very Reasonable Trices.
1 Whe Frame Madc to Order.
30 KING ST.
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
Oar Scdas 30c per do.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
iMrts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEJt EETSEL.
Wong Wong, .
CONTRACTOR end BUILDER.
PLUMBING and FAINTINO.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King; St,; P. 0. Box DM.
Wavelcy Buildinp;, Bethel St.
Personal Attention Given to Cuisina
and Table Service nt AH Hours. Best
Meals nt Reasonable Prices.
J. NISIIIHARA, Prop.
You Want Electrio Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Catteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
60 Berctauia St. Phone 313.
4000 Green KooIIiik Slate 10"xl0".
600 Ono and Two l'ronc Iron Fenre
1 2B-Fiinn Drum Ommorcla Eth
er. ' '
1 Custln.n riuinfi with rianges,
for 12" Wrought I'lpo. '
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS
Of All Kinds.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 1S5.
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