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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, JAN. 12, 1009.
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Tailored Waists, and
Net Lace Waists
Almost Half Price
Trices out of all proportion to val
ues prices that defy comparison.
Wc are going to clear up our
stock of Waists as quickly as possible,
regardless of the sacrifice of prices.
Por all purposes. Our stock is complete in every lino
of brush for use on teeth, hair, hand, clothing,
Benson, Smith & Co.,
HOTEL AND PORT STREETS.
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No Longer Dry
ST. CLAIR BIDGOOD, Manager.
Fine Wines and Liquors
LOVEJOY & CO., LTD.
002-004 Nuuanu Ave. Phone 308
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W, O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 135,
Lunch or Dine
With Us Regularly.
THE VIANDS ARE Q00D.
THE PRICE REASONABLE.
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
TO BE PROTRACTED
Impression Gains That
Limit To Debate Will
Washington, Dec. 30. It In (lio gen
era! Impression hero Unit tlio special
tariff session of Congress to lu co.
veiled by President Toft about the
mlddlo (if March Is to be long drawn
out. Tlio House Insurgents, by Join
ing with the Democrats, can prevent a
into limiting debate It Is Bald this
will lio done In the Interest of a gen
eral discussion of the tariff measure.
Tlio Dlnglcy bill was passed by tlio
Houso In 131 days under u drastic rule
reported by Representative Dalzell
from the committee on rules. Mr. Dal
zell Is a member of that committee
stilt and Is distinguished 'iy his readi
ness In framing gag rules ns evidenced
by his work during thu Democratic fil
ibuster last spring. Without such u
tulo It took 2G8 days to pass tho Wil
son bill and 301 days to pass the Mc
Republican IIouso leaders are desir
ous of handling tho Payno tariff bill
under tho rules adopted fur thu Ding
ley bill and Mr. Dalzell stands ready
to help such a rule through his com
mittee. Speaker Cannon does not take
n hopeful view of an early agreement
on thu bill lu tho House, and has said
thnt'tho session will be a long one. He
has told his friends, It Is said, that thu
IIouso will not pass a rule, as in thu
Dlnglcy enso, limiting general debate
to five days nnd gllng special priv
ilege to the Ways and Means Commit
tee to amend Its own ulll.
The Houso Insurgents from tho Mld
dlo Vtyst want tho fullest opportunity
to stiidy and debate tho bill and to
amend It If posslblu or desirable. To
win out ngalnst thu Cannon organlza'
lion will require 20 votes. They claim
to havo 31 pledged.
Thoso In charge of the grand ben
3 fit to bu given at the Opera House
next Saturday night havo arranged a
musical program that will bo wel!
worth hearing, llcsldcs tho vocal and
Instrumental solos, there will be chor
uses and orchestral selections.
Thu Kawuthau Oleo Club, a cuoru
f eighteen members, will give sev
eral numbers. Though rather few
In numbers, they make up for thai
In fullness of tone, nnd perfect, har
monious action, and tho volume of
tone Is surprisingly great.
Tho Honolulu Concert Orchestra
of twenty-five pieces will render se
lections under the direction of Mr.
Vlerrn. This orchestra has among
Its numbers some of tho finest ama
teur players In the city, and has Im
proved fco much during the last
month or two that Honolulu will be
iroud of It.
Reserved scat tickets will he sold
tomorrow morning at tho Ilrrgstrom
Music Co. TIiobo who havo exchange
tlcKctB should luse no time In secur
ing their reservations, ns there will
be a big demand for tho best Heats.
Mrs, Eames, Aunt of Mrs.
SANTA I103A, Calif., Dec. 30. In
tho Superior Court of this county
this ufternoon Mrs. Nlnclta Eames.
literary woman and aunt of Mrs.
Jack London, commenced a suit for
divorce against her husband, Iloscoe
I,. Karnes, mariner and designer of
the Snark, the yacht In which Mr
nnd Mrs. London are making their
tcur of tho world.
Captain Karnes accompanied the
Londons nB far as Honolulu and then
returned to California. The Barnes
have been married a grcnt many
enrs and their country home Is
' Wako ltobln, Lodge," near (Hon El
len, In this county.
Tho ground upon which the di
vorce Is risked Is desertion. The step
taken by Mrs. names today has not
been altogether unexpected by mem
bers of her family nnd a few Intimate
MR. HAWEWEHI IS
Hon. II, Ii. Kawewehl, Iteprcsenta
Ivc fiom North Konn, arrived this
uornlng by the Mauna Lou for a few
lays In town, Mr. Kawewehl say
lint Kona peoplo will want quite n
Ittle from tho Legislature, but they
will not ask for more than their Just
diare, Having secured a new court
ioue, they now need an Improved
lull. Division of the County may
also bo discussed.
Mr Kawowehl will remain In the
Mty for a few days, returning by tho
lame boat. When ho comes to town
'or tho legislative session ho will be
iccompanled by his family and make
his city his headquarters. Ho wa
inn of tho officers of tho last Legis
lature and consequently comes to his
new duties with a pretty fair knowl
idgo of how legislative business Is
MRS. FRANCIS GAY'S
(Speclnl to tho II u 1 1 c 1 1 n)
Wnlmen, Kauai, Jan. 8 On Thurs
day, the Tth, on,;tho road lending In
towards Kckuptia came carriage after
carriage, with nil occasional nutomo
mlla oft nnd on,,lo kind of prove, that
thu wnlmea district was not behind In
civilization, for Mrs. Krancls (lay gavo
that day a luncheon In honor of Mrs,
Tho road takes onu along tho hill
side, over n llttlo bridge, and beforo
)ou lies a beautiful stretch of lawn
with tho Gays' homo in thu back
ground. Tlio garden Is beautiful; you
ecu Instantly that whoever planned the
work has an artistic mind, for tricol
ors blend well together, without being
grotesque, From-tho sldo of tho houso,
a long verandah tokos jou to tho mo
tqulto room, nnd from there jou como
tc a small slttlngroom, thnt separates
tho drawlngroom and dlnlugroom.
Before thu luncheon bell rings you
havo amplo tlmoto admlro all thu
beautiful paintings nnd curiosities, for
thoy would furnish -you -with entertain
ment for many a day. There aro beau
tiful paintings from Italy, Mexico nnd
not least of nil, scenes from tho beau
tiful valley of Wnlmea. Mr. Wicks
was duly appreciated by Mr. and Mrs.
Ony for they havo many of his best
Ilut tho bell rings, nnd with tho oth
ers you find your place at tho loycly
table, set for eighteen. Begonias In
big vases and In small ones adorn tho
tublo. Kach guest has u pretty Japan
cso card with her mimo. Tho lunch
eon is delicious and dainty. In thu af
ternoon both Mrs. (lay and Miss Als
It Is not nhvajs tho grand pieces
that loavo thu greutost Impression, but
often a simpler piece, rendered by u
truo love of music, where each note Is
heard clearly and distinctly, whero the
porfornior has lived norself Into the
music with her whole bouI, whero It
becomes part of herself. Then the
music becomes a reverie. Mrs. (Jay
1r a truo lover of music, nnd more than
over camo It forth In thu marvellous
way she sang "Synnovo's Song." Tho
words uru by tho great Norwegian
author UJoruson, but tho music by
You woro taken back to the Norweg
ian mountains. Thu latter Is behind
ou but out on thu hill Synnco sits
with tho sorrow of Thorbjoru's sick
ness nnd pit that hair gone befuro It
way down In her heart. ' She hums It
softly to herself and then comes the
song with Its hopes and longings. No
Norwegian could havo sung It better.
It wns a treat ono that Is worth remembering.
Tho poetical young man with soul
ful eyes was walking with his matter-sf-fnet
brother by the brookuldo.
"How tho stream tosses in its slum
ber'" ho exclaimed.
"Yes," answered his brother, "and
ion would, too, If your bed was full of
The Weekly Edition cf the Evenln(
Bulletin gives a complete summary ol
the news of the day,
lr. House and Lot at Puunui. front
ng on 2 Streets, near Car Terminus.
?5x300 (over 1-2 acre), Electric
Light. Desirable neighbood. Bar
P. E. R. Strauch
rVAITY BLDQ, 74 8. KING ST.
RATIONAL CURE FOR ECZEMA
No More Doting the Stomach Cure
the Skin Through the Skin.
When you havo a scratch on your
hand you wnsh It out and clcunsu It
and then tho skin euros itself. You
do not tako blood medicine to cure a
The best skin specialists today aro
agreed that thu only way to euro the
bkln Is through tho skin,
Tho fact that eczema Is a skin dls.
caso and not a blood dlseaso Is evident
Irom statistics which show that near
Iy all eczema siiffcrois aro perfectly
healthy In all other ways except as to
their skin. If tho eczema patients
were really Buffering from nn Inward
malady, tho entire body and not only
tho BKig would ue diseased.
You can prcno Immediately tho ro
lief of a truo skin euro by using oil of
wlntcrgrecn as compounded In D. I),
This liquid attacks tho dlseaso
germs, numbing them white blilldlng
up thu healthy tlssuo of the Bkln. Wu
havo now handled this meritorious and
thoroughly scientific remedy for ho
long and havo seen Its reliable result
so many times that wo freely express
our confidence. Honolulu Drug, Co,
BULLETIN ADS PAY -rj
Strengthen Position And
Add To Committees'
Tho meeting of the Hoard of Su
pervisors yesterday afternoon wn
mainly significant In that It passed
ordinances confirming nil it had
done already, and placed a practical
Iy unlimited power of appointment
In the hands of the committees. The
meeting was drawn out at great
length, owing partly to the fact that
the minutes for the past four or five
meetings had to be read, and these
were unnecessarily full, Including
the full text of lengthy though unlm
portnnt letters, which were neverthe
less read In full. Furthermore, trie
Supervisors were in a talkntive mood.
The meeting of the Hoard of Su
pervisors yesterday afternoon was oc
cupied mainly by the reading of the
minutes of the last three previous
meetings, Theso were unncccssnrllj
fully read, even formal communica
tions being rend In full, and lu thlr
way much time was absolutely wast-
Qulnn moved that tho minutes be
McClcllan objected over somo mi
nor omissions, as, for Instance, the
omission of a motion made by him
which received no second, but ho did
not press his point.
fern said the minutes were not
quite correct; still he would put the
motion to adopt them. Tho motion
carried, only McClellan voting in the
A letter was read from Mayor
Fern appointing S. It. Jordnn exami
ner of chauffeurs. Logan moved L
Aylctt said that he had heard that
Jordan waj nut a citizen as was re
quired by law. He wanted to be
sure about this, though he had oth
erwise no objection to the appointment.
Qulnn agreed with Aylctt and
moved thnt the .natter be referred
tc a committee of one.
Ahla moved to make It a commit
tee of three, which carried, Qulnn
with drawing his motion.
The Mnor named Ahla, Qulnn
and Aylctt ns such committee.
An application from Jordan foi
the position was placed on tile.
A. F. Cooke asked permission to
remain ns a tennnt-nt-will on the
floor leased by tho City and County
for offices. On motion by Logan, the
matter was referred to a committee
consisting of the Mayor, tho County
Attorney, nnd the County Clerk.
Aylctt Introduced an ordlnanco en
titled An Ordlnanco to "abolish all
Hoards, Committees, Commissions, Of
fices, Positions, and Kmploymcnte
created by the Hoard of Supervisors
of the County of Oahu," which pass
ed both first and second reading.
Qulnn Introduced nn ordinance,
authorizing tho Committees on Hoads
nnd Ilrldgcs and Fire and Klectrlr
Department to employ and discharge
nny und all employes deemed advisable.
McClellan objected to tho passage
of such ordinance, stutlng It was thu
duty of the Mayor to appoint. Mayor
Fern ruled the Introduction of the
ordinance out of order. The Iteuub
llcnn members of tho Hoard overrode
the ruling, McClcllun being the onlj
Kane Introduced a resolution
adopting and rectifying all pioceed
Ings and ncU passed ut the formui
meetings of tfie Hoard since the es
tablishment of city government. He
further asked for tho publication ot
the resolution. Mayor Fern declined
to put the motion, ruling It out of
Logan suggested that the Mayor
put tho motion to the Hoard In order
to waive the double which continu
ally arises between the Mayor and
Hoard. The Mayor refused to enter
tain the motion nnd the Hoard, as
usual, overrodo him.
There being no other business pre
sented, the meeting ndjourned until
CONTINUOUS DRIVING S5 PER HOUR
SHOPPING AND CALLING $3 PER HOUR
SHORT RUNS, FROM 50c UPWARD
SPECIAL RATES for "Round-the-Island" and Long
Bans. Efficient Drivers. Best Cars, such as
STODDABD - DAYTONS 7-SEATED
POPE - HABTPORDS 5-SEATED
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
We repair any make of autos. We employ the best
mechanics in the Island Server Bros.
Special attention given to the care of Private Automo
biles. All Work Guaranteed. Prices Reasonable.
A Large Line of Lightweight
at IOC per yard.
Ii. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
For This Cold Weather
fine Woolen Blankets, white and colored
Sheets, Bedspreads and Pillow Cases
YEE CHAN & CO., Ltd.,
PHONE G27. KING and BETHEL STS.
Rabbits, Lamb and Mutton
m Tender and Juicy, from New
5 Zealand by the iorangi. J
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
I Phone 45 I
Tho band will play this evening at
Thomas Square, commencing at 7:20
o'clock, following Is tho virogrnm:
March Tho Mayor Oergoi
Overture Dome Valentine ....Suppe
Intermezzo Guilt of Hobcs,. Ilergere
Selection Kinanl Verdi
Vocal Hawaiian Songs.. or. by Uurgcr
Selection Neapolitan Melodies ....
Waltz City I.lfo TraiiBlnteur
March Hawaiian National Guard .
"Tho Star Spangled Ilannor."
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SEVEN OF THEM.
Minister I made seven hearts hajv
I'nrlsloner How was that?
Minister Married three couples.
Parishioner That only makes six
Minister Woll, jou don't think I did
It for nothing! Exchange,
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. Ii i
ISaUBANCE-FIBE AND MABINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO..
PABBOTT & CO., San Francisco.
Go To Battle
Go to War
Tacitus, the Roman historian, writing of the Batavians,
said: "Others go to battle; these people go to war,"
With this persist;nt people, a battle was merely a
part of the war, of thi campaign, no matter whether it
were won or lost.
In modern businesi life the same idea prevails. With
the merchant who is destined to win, advertising is a CAM
PAIGN Not a merJ splurge. A big BUXLETIN ad.
is merely a PART OF tliat campaign not a thing upon
which success or failure wholly rest.
In a war, a great many big battles are apt to be
fought some of them costly, some disastrous but all inev-'
itable, as a part of a winning campaign.
In advertising a good many big ads. must be used.
Some of them may we'll too expensive some almost a loss
But all are a part of any winning campaign in busi
nessall are incidental to the success of the campaign. And
when a business campaign succeeds as every persistent and
wise one will the COST will seem very small, indeed!
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