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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, FKI1. 18, 1900.
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Thursday, Friday and Saturday
LAST OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
Ladies' Two -Piece Suits
Suits now on display In our Berctania St. windows.
LAST OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
LADIES SILKJLISLE HOSE
GOc quality, II pair for $1.00. Colors: white, tan,
LAST OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
KID GLOVES (broken sizes)
$1.25 quality, for S5.
$2.25 quality, elbow length, for $1.00 a pair.
LAST OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
SILK EMBROIDERED BATISTE
G5o quality for 37V& a yard.
ALL WOOL FRENCH FLANNELS
$1.00 quality for 00 a yard.
LAST OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
FRENCH WHITE SWISSES
nt Far Below the Regular Price. l
LAST OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
LINEN HUCKABACK TOWELS
$3.00 and $3.25 quality for $2.25 a dozen.
achs DryGoods Co., Ltd.
CORNER FORT and BERET ANIA STS., opp. Fire Station.
THE STANDARD OF QUALITY.
EQUALLY GOOD FOR KITCHEN OR TABLE USE.
"Adds A Richness To Everything"
Ask Your Grocer
Chas. R. Frazicr
Phone 371. 122 King St.
M. A. Gnnst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
ESP- BULLETIN Ans PAY -Q
$G00 House and Lot on Tudd nr.
Nuuanu. 02 x 42,
$500 House and Lot at Alewa, be
low Judd St. 50x60.
$1400 House and Lot at'Puunui nr.
Car Line. 75x300.
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
M S. KING ST.
Fried Chicken and
on Special Order
FORT ST. QAULITY at NUUj
ST. PRICES . "."'.
THE L. AYAU SHOE COMPANY
1005 Nuuanu St. near King?
I ' iWIM iWWlMM.M,.,.M' .1 - "
NO DEMOCRAT HOLDS
JOB IN THE SENATE
Janitor Nominated By
Short llcd was Democratic jiib'lii-
(ton (hit landing one of Hie Senate ol
flees yesterday. Kcohok.ilolc, Senator
McCarthy's nomlneu for Janitor, whi"
was elected because Senator Chilling-1
worth forsot the nnnie of tho candldnto
endorsed by tho O. O. 1. In caucus In
iiiio of Senator Coclho's nust nctlvu
henchmen from Maul.
Keohokalolo came from Man, do
termlneil to land the Jui'l'OThlp. Ilc
tailed on Coelho and naked hL imp-
IKirt. Coelho wanted greatly In favor
tho applicant, who did yncnnn work
durliiK the last campaign, but already
Alnul had such a bunch of candidates
for John that ho did not see .low ho
could father tho political nsplratt'ji.s of
"Sco some of tho Onhti delegation
and perhaps they will help you. If you
nro nomliinted I will vote for you," was
tho ml vice that tho .Maul Senator gnvu
Keohokalolo chatted oor and called
on W. O. Smith. "See boiuu of tho
other Oalm Senators," said Smith.
Tho candidate for tho Oold Dust Job
began to work IiIh brains hard. He
knew but ono other solon from this Is
land .McCarthy. Ho either did not
know or did not think what McCarthy's
politics were; ho went and nuked his
.Maul Democrat looked promising
to .McCarthy, who promptly promised
to plnco Kcohokalolo'H liunio In nonr
Illation. Thus, when Ctillllnirwortli
ItiiBot tho name of tho caucus candi
date, ami there was n momentary
panto, .McCarthy uroso ami nominated
Coelho's henchman. Instantly Coelho
was on his feet to second tho nomlna
(Ion, Knlama moved (hut nominations
l.o closed, mill Maul had added n fourth
of her sons to the roll of officers of the
An M. D. On
Wrltllie on kidney cIIbpiimp. thf, moilli-al
term for which 1 Nephritis, Dr. J. W.
uiiismunii uy In tlia "MKUIUAI.
'In lis Incliilrncr It Is as cumlilt as
any nialmly that the syntrin Is heir to."
"IN ITH BlX'ONDAIir STAOB WIS
rqssnsa so anxivia roit its kav-
A l 1.8."
Where docs that leave the kidney med
icines you lmo l,een taklnsT
And Just as wo havo said over and
over, It doesn't make much dirrerrnca
what you call kidney trouble. If H fatt
ens, physicians nnd ilruKRlals have lin.l
no successful treatment for It. True, It
mmmnntv irtttm ull ... . .... , .. ..
not. It enters the second stage that was
...vushwio U. im itiu umcovcry ot ruiion
Ifonnl Compound, which la the nmt
tliliiK known to rcduco Inflammation In
t W',n, dotn J,ie BCnd stuge cornmencT
?.cIiYnv-;?.?.sh(?.vbi'v it is as a i,L3
COVi:ltUDA- UKTOIHJ IT IS DIS-
In view of these acknowledged facts,
people with kidney trouble should do
some tery serious thinking before taking
futile kidney medicines under which the
Kidney deaths have risen to over 170 per
'. ay: .,:vcn ,f "' Inllammatlon Is In the
llrit stage, a courso of futile medicine Is
7i MW hat dovelops the very condition
that Dr. Chlsmond says Is "Irreparable."
nnd that was Irreparablo up to the date
of Fulton beneflocnt discovery.
If you havo kidney trouble, either start
ing or seated, how can thero be any qucs.
tlon about your tnklng the only known
peclllo for Inflammation of the kidneys,
..1.1. i , . 'nniiuii ui me Kianeys
which, Incipient or chronic. Is the real dlf
Ilculty with kidney-troubled pcoolsT
Uternturn mnlliul ,..
JOHN J. FULTON CO,
212 first Rlrinl Sim i,v.i,.i
Honolulu Drug Co., Fort Street, aro o'u
PULL HOUSE AND
Tho pleasure of wntchtnir a (list.
class moving plcturo show while seat
ed out of doors. In fresh, pure nlr, is
appreciated by a very large nunibe
(he fuct that tho Park Theater, with
I ti, nearly eight hundred seats, was
filled to capacity last night. At. this
Iheutcr a splendid now lot of films
nre being used, Including some of tho
nig lilts or tho mainland. Among
these might be mentioned "Captain
Molly" or "Molly Piltcliott at Mon
mouth," a war drama; "Doctor's Pa-
tletitsj" "Stung" or "Whnt Can It
Dee;" "Highland Captain's Itevcnge;'
"Tho Mourners" or "A Clever Umler
tckcr;" "Automobile Trio New
York to Purls," a glimpse of many
Interesting countries; "Hobbery of
the Citizens' Hank," and "The Dlrec
tolre Clown," tho last a particularly
clever bit of comedy. There is no
blood and thunder In this collection.
SENATE WILL PRINT
At this afternoon's sesslun of the
Eenato, McCarthy Introduced a resolu
tion to havo printed all bills Introduced
in Congress huWng to do with tho
nmcndmciil of tho Organic Act, nud
also any other bills Introduced hv Del-
cgato Kaiyanintiuole ond to hnvo cop
ies of the bills handed to the illrrnreut
members of the Senate.
Saernl other bills were Introduced,
and some of the Senators gavo notice
that, tomorrow, they would Introduce
Tho Scnato adjourned nt '2-20
BOX OFFICE PLAN
FOR TUESDAY OPEN
Tho box office plan for Tuesday
night's piny nt tho Opera Houso was
opened yesterday at (ho Uergs(roin
Music Co. and many seals woro tnketi
during the day The lenguo memhein
nro tnktng much Interest In tho play.
"Pygmalion and Galatea," which will
bo presented, ns nearly as posslble,in
the setting nnd atmosphere of ancient
Athens, nnd have glu-gn tangible ev,
deuco of It by taking a largo lumber
or tickets. Iti addition, ono liupdrud
sents havo been sold to the Karie'ia
ineha schools, liml as many more will
most probably be taken by the Normal
and High Schnuls '
Tho price of admission will be, II and
7Bc, with n siicclal rato of 25c for students.
GOVERNOR USING AXE
Governor Prcar Is at work on his es
timates of the nccestary expenditures
for tho next biennial period. He Blot.
ed thlj morning hut he hoped to be
auiu u semi tue estimates 111 to tho
Legislature In n few days, nail tho law
makers cun then settle down to work
on tho general appropriation hill. It
Is known thnt tho Governor has nearly
worn (ho edge off tho nxo lopping off
IteniH asked for .by the heads of departments.
Tho mnrrlago of Miss Muriel Camp,
hell to Hon. Robert Shingle takes place
this afternoon nt -l o'clock.
On the Highway,
iflk s" " MJU
Wuccles Gee. I wonder whr d.it
dorg bit uic?
HU I'rlend Oh, well, dero's no nc
couutlu' fer tastes, you know! St.
THE OEM THEATER
"Fifteen Minutes lh' Now York." a
new film on ot the Gem Theatre Is
an education to those who hnvn not
ir stcii tho big city, and to thosu who
sol. ;".ocar agent.. A.k 'for f.fflf, l , "' cu-,"" ,0 th0!,u w"'
llulletln of lato recoveries ' u""V.i hnvo It br ngs u easant memories
I.n-1.A ,...,.. i, .. . .. ...
i uu inuHiic-iiu iiuuso Gloving mm
GO INTO CAMP
First Regiment Makes
Long Tramp To
Promntlv at 8 o'clock Inst utirlit. the
l'lrst Ileglment, Nntlonal G.iard of Ha
wall, under the command of Col. Zolz
)er, "fell In" at the armory and began
(heir long march to Mouiialua. The
outside companies, which cam,' tu liv
stenmcr yesterday, lormed with itu
local men. and the tratnn wn mmin In
When they reached cnrnti. the men I
found things praetlcilly tu readiness
to receive them, tho Second ltminllnn
of tho Twentieth' Infantry haili.g ar
rived twelve hours before their.
Tired after thilr loni: tramp, the mi
litiamen were glad to turn In uIimii
(hey reached camp, but onrly this
morning they began their roi.ttno du
ties and from now until BiiihImv iimv
will keep steadily at work.
Get a box of
RiT and ROACH Pasfi
uumamccu co cxicrminaic cock.
roaches, rats, mice, waterbugsj
etc., or your money reiunded.
2 ot. box 25c; 16 oi. box 1.00.
Sold everywhere or seat axpre
prepaid on receipt of price.
8TEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO.,Chleigo, III
I.IHUK. Kauai. Kob. 13. C.imo
J, Makaweli, had a murder commit
ted In Its midst last Sundnv. unit In
tho hent of tho excitement forgot to
take, the first stens In hnvn thn nine.
drrer arrested that of notifying the
It Was about five In thn nftnrnnon
lust Sunday when tho wliolo cninii
Was aroused bv tho flndliiir nf h
bedy of one of tho Japanese with tho
nt an nearly severed from tho trunk.
A number of tho Okinawa trlbo of
Japanese are living lri tho camp, and
this was oneof them. Tho Oklnawas
have a dialect that Is not understood
by tho Japanese as a whole, and It Is
difficult to get anybody who can In
terpret their Inngunge Into Kngllsh.
As far as can be lenrncd, the mur
derer Is considered half-witted l,v hU
cruntrymen nnd of a very excitable
Last Sundnv afternoon 1m tnlne.i n
gtoup of them, and, seeing a' friend
In a stooping po'slt'lon, all of a sud
den grabbed a cane knife nnd. before
anybody could prevent It, dealt the
man two cuts, either of which was
mortal. In the consternation thnt
followed the deed the perpetrator
managed to escape.
It was half-uast eleven nVlnek lh.-ii
night beforo Sheriff Crowell was notl
fled of the deed. He Immediately set
out on a hunt for tho murderer, but
the Jatlcr had such u start that tho
police found themselves baffled. Nel.
ther has nnv trace nf him boon rmm.i
since, lu Walmea or nny of tho other
districts. Tho supposition Is that he
Is hidden with friends sornewhere on
Kauai, as the police have kept a
sharp lookout nt all tho lanrilncs In
see that ho did not escapo from tho
Sheriff Crowell succeeded In ill.
covering a photograph of thn murder
er on Monday und by the aid of It has
rcude the police force familiar with
the features of tho man. Tho man
will probably bo apprehended In the
near future. Garden Island.
1.1 the funniest nnn vet ahmvn Mnu. !
nnnn nimntinTii. ,..... .... . I
uuuu .ncyi.uiv.3 1 "i". ivuuy u wjucr nro Keeping their
iiuuno up to sianuarii,
A SUGGESTION ON ECZEMA.
It Is suggested that cczoma sufferers
- --w .- ---.-.. i -- - ni, .., Hfc -x. few lilt nilllVi Vld
of HcmoIuImih, which accounts for nsk tIl Honolulu Drug Co. of thin city
THE ART THEATER
Tickets admitting adults tn thn Art
Theater cost ton cents each, roports
to tho contrary notwithstanding.
Thoso who prefer to pay on addition
al sum niny havo seats In boxes. Hut
the pictures aro seen by the great and
the smnll, there Is no difference to
the characters In the scenes whether
tho nudlcnco Is u two-bit one or n
(en-cent one, (hey perform just
same. The pictures on tho screen . . e" 4U,,ucr" of Huppnes," and nil
re good ones. If the Persons, "1,,8.n!" ."? dollvcred nt the point
Sealed tenders stating jirlco per
ton or per bbl. or per case or per
gallon, etc., ns tho cast- may be, for
furnishing tho City and County of
Honolulu with materials and supplies
enumerated below, will bo received
at the office of the City and County
Clerk of Honolulu, Mclntyro Ilulld
Ing, until tho hour of 7:30 o'clock
P in. of Wednesday, February 24,
The materials and supplies nro to
be Tor the month of March, 1908, to
be ordered from the company or firm
submitting lowest prices bv ilpimrt.l
ments requiring them.
Schedule of Articles Required by the
City and County of Honolulu
Ited llrlcks, Cnl., per M.
Portland Cement, per bbl. 400 lbs,
Portland Cement, per bbl. 400 lbs.
Portland Cement, per bbl. 400 lbs.
California I.luie, per bbl,
Hawaiian l.lme, per bbl.
Hawaiian llrlcks. per M.
lllncksmKh's llest Cumberland, 2,
000 lbs. per ton
Departure Hay, 2240 lbs. per ton,
Newcastle, 2240 lbs. per ton (state
Sneddons, 2240 lbs. per ton (state
Sneltons, 200 lbs. per ton
Standard Mcrthyr, 2240 lbs. per
Pelaw Main. 2240 lbs. per (on
Petroleum (for Iloads)
Norwest Lumber, rough, per M
Norwest Timber, per M. Kt.
Norwest Ilattons, per M. Kt.
Illack Illastlng Powder, tier 2E.lh.
drum, 10-drum lots
Giant Powder No. 1. CO-lb. case.
Giant Powder No. 2. CO-lb. ense.
Giant Powder Cane, nor 1.2 ,tnr.
Kuse, flouble tape, per 1000 ft.
HAY AND GltAIN
No. 1 Cal. Wheat Hay (large bales)
No. 1 Cal. Wheat, Hay (small
bales) por ton
No. 1 Hollcd Ilarlcy, per ton
No. 1 Surprise Oats, per ton
No. 1 Wheat Ilran, per ton
No. 1 Keed Oats, per ton
No. t Alfalfa, per ton
(Samples of Oraln to accompany)
IlldB must be In nccoi dance with
the above schedule and must he en.
dorsed "Tenders of Supplies," and nil
If you are start,
ing in housekeeping-
er the cost of a
wood stove and
the fuel it con
and the joys of
h o u s ekeepinu
will be kept
Gas Co., Ltd.
J iPAINT'-i "
PROTECTS AND BEAUTIFIES
Lewers & Cooked
177 S. KINO ST. PHONE 77
Orders for Live Stock
C. H. BELLINA' leaves for S.F
Feb. 27. All ordem left with l,!m
win receive careful attention.
today are good ones, if the Persons
who wore privileged to sco them In rl,lreU '"" "o ni
advnnco aro ludees Thnm Ik nr. i onlco frCo of charge, a
Addressing tho Cential Federated
union in New York, Samuel Gompers
piesldont of the Amorlcun Federal Ion
ot Labor, declared that despite any
rmirt injunction", he wus not colnc to
,( ,.lll. Illl fin unl.l ,l.n ....!..( ,lli. U.... ,,..!
i'i',' ,ii,M'h. ,,u on, i, tiiu lllHUIUJt Ul ill nui 1 , "liriHl'M,
the com t had branded him as an tin-1 Jeiome Ih told to begin action
iH'iliablu cltlzttii, ingalnst the New Yoik World,
what reports It Is gottlng from tho pn-
uenis wno navo used tho oil of winter
creen Ilnuld caniiHinmi nnn De
TIIE MATSON Navigation liner Ill
Ionian, which arrived (his morning will
leave for Sun Kranclsco, February 23,
nt 10 o'clock in tho morning. Among
the pussengers who havo already
hooked aro Col, John T. Ilakor of Illlo
ami 0. B, Dusky. They will riMo Cuba
on husliiess, returning In tho oatly part
Tho committee of experts onxotton
clusblllcutlon recently appointed by
Secretary Wilson to fix nn ofllclal
standard of the various grades of cot
ton has begun Kb task at tho depart
ment of agriculture. In Washington.
Under tho will of the lato Maiy
Lewis of Philadelphia,, $50,000 Is
given to the Hampton formal nud
Agricultural institute at Hamilton.
First Chinese school' Is established
advance aro Judges. There is life In
everyono of them and a touch of na
ture In each. You can not fall to
enjoy them, and you are suro to' have'
Hon, J. W. Kawaakoa of Maul arid
Hon. Joel Nnkaloka of Molokal, havo
tented a cnttago on Punchbowl Btrect,
near tho Mormon church. It does no
menu, however, they aro .member of
tho Mormon church,
Mrs. Atchorloy was a caller on thn
Governor this morning. Tho confer
ence with her was n lengthy ono and
Governor Krenr appeared to be linvlnc
a hard tlmo (o got a chance to sen tho
Ollle Shlpman, tho'popular young
inncher from Hawaii, Is lu town on a
lslt. Shlpmnn prefers a horse any
old tlmo lo tin electric car, and does
pot look nt homo on the latter.
lilwln Sojier, head division luna at
Olau Mill, Is ery III from all accounts.
Super is very popular all oor thn bl!
Island, nnd everyone wishes him a
required within ono mile of the post.
nd are suhlert
to the approval of the departmental
head requiring such supplies.
Tho Hoard of Supervisors does not
bind itsolf to nccept the lowest or
I). KAl.AUOKAL.ANl, JR..
Clerk, City nnd County of Honolulu,
Dated: Honolulu, T. II.,
Thursday, Feb. 18, 1909.
N. II.FOUMS 1X)H IIIDS TO UK
HAD AT TIIK OFFICIO OK TIII5
CI.I'IIK, CITY AND COUNTY OK HO
NOLULU. , 4328-lt
w have them: Tenal Balls,
Dot Oolf Balls, Silk Pneumatio Oolf,
Bftus, -iennia Hacqueta Bestrune.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd J
TELEPHONE 10. '
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by ths
with their new FRENCH
137 Beretania St. Phone 1401.
THAN OURS IS MADE.
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
Far Dlttillrd Wot.r ar,A km.Jia
Soda Water, delivered to office ad
resmence, mm UP 057, 1,
Arctic Soda Water Work!
1263 Miller St.
H. R. DK
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