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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, October 05, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct, 4th, 5th and Gth.
The very latest styles in
Direct from New York. One glance at the bold effects
in swell headwear ordained by the modistes wearing in
the Tall and Winter ssason will satisfy you that there is
nothing more to be desired either in originality or size.
. TJutrimmed Hats
All the accepted shapes are here in SUK and FELT,
in white, black and leading colors.
Everything that is correct for millinery building:
Plumes, Birds, Wings, Aigrettes, Quills, ctq. Elcgant.rins
First Showing of
LADIES' NEW FALL SUITS
Newest Materials; Correct styles.
NEW WALKING SKIRTS 'IN pleated effects, latest
styles in leading colors.
NEW WHITE SERGE SKIRTS, in latest cut, stylish
SOME OTHER NEW ARRIVALS.
CRYSTAL SILKS, in all of the newest shades. Very
stylish, and ono of New Yoik's leaders.
DRESDEN SILK, all new patterns and colorings. Very
A largo assortment of Silk Dress and Waist Patterns
selected from the New York market.
BEAUTIFUL NEW TRIMMINGS, in Old Rose,
Reseda, Navy, Copenhagen Blue, Light Blue, Pink. Tan,
Grey and Brown. Aho all colors combined with gold.
NEW CRYSTAL BANDS, narrow, medium and wide.
Beautiful for evening and reception gowns.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Berctania Sts.
Where To Buy
You can get the most for vour money here. Whether
you want a sino or porcelain lined refrigerator, whatever
you want, large or small, you can buy it to the best ad
vantage from our largo stock.
Tlieo. H. Davies fc Co.,
1 GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
" "'" ".M)l1Wi f-ii
Opp. File Station.
CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICE.
TOR WHOOPING COUGH, CROUP,
ASTHMA, COUGHS, BRONCHITIS. SORE
TIlkQAT, CATARRH, DIMTHERJA
Vapor In d Crroln Hap 'S ftiotymt oj
Vhropir.4 lnjhs Lwtdwinl Ciip cannot
Mt bf Cirilrnt ft md. Il act I directl?
mi no iimI thtal rraVIni Itftttupt caiy in the
eit of CnlJ( inrtVl im tore ihlMt and (Iff iht
cowtlii II i bun lo mflmri (torn Atthm
Craotn9 li a txTWi'ul rrrmttide. actrnc ttS
a curtht an I ptrTrnttTe in emu out duratrt
Creaolfne O-il ifcotonicnJatioo i ill thtit
fttll M fUCCftlMUl uv.
rr Salt r ill Druiltti
StnJ Iah for Dextlp
Threat Table ti, umple
and tmhia for the if
mated throat 10c.
Th Vp Crii1fa Ca,
10 Fall Strwi,
Ntw Taik Olf.
We are in Hnc with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Tlain.
Just ask for the kind yon
Lehnhardt's Candies always
King and Fort Sts.
Furniture Co., Ltd.
Uaa Die CJ tar uanatara
.rrr.T-. Irritalluoa or ulceration!
IntEiHsCHtiic ito.oC""con' n,Ibr"'
pontr polwaoui. i
Mold by lrunlat.1
Circular, ftoi on reooaaf
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., ncav EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
American Bankers' Association
for sale by
THE BANK OF HAWAII. LTD.
$65 REMINGTONS ..
Rebuilt typewriter just as Rood
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
. Do Not Let Your
Contract for electric wirinp or fix
tures until you have consulted the
Union Elcotrio Co.,
Levy's for Groceries
For home entertainment,
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
PHOTO AND ART CO.
032-038 Fort St. Tel. 52
HONOLULU, "r. If, TUlISllAY, OCTODEIlfri'OJ
HARTWELL ON "'
Chief Justice Said It Was Hard to
Differentiate Between Actual
and Assumed in Llcyd Cose De
cision. In Hit' rouiFp of his remarks es
lenluy In londcrliift tliu opinion of
(hi) Hliix'ino Oumt mi tlio I.lojd
'nap, Clilcf Justice llnrtwell linJ
joiih'IIiIiir to ha) on tho ansumeri
.mil cxnti imwem t the Sneaker
nut loimnltlcps of tho limits of
Uoprcoiilntlve8. Tlio Clilcf Justice
"II in nu Important question, not
to much tin account of the amount
Hnlmcil, which In, cit course, n Rood
lcnl to tho iilnltitirr, hut In low of
Hie practice of hrlnglnK to tho court
lalms which hno hcen more or
leH pnsM'tl upon hy tho lcfilslaturo
which the court would lime to ap
proach with ilollcncy nnd cnutlon.
We nil rnoRnlzc thnt, 1 think, fully.
"I will say rurtliijr for nijFclf
I will nut attempt o hpcnl: for my
.iwoclatpii thnt there' Is In tho
pliiliilffn clnlm n cor lain nupcct of
nicfit whl. h linx npbcalcil to mo;
dill tnkliiR nil Ilia fncts heforo us
wo do not fool nt liberty to deny
tho motion, for wc think that n rntl-
Icntlon of nny iiKreemrnt tins not
been shown nnd thnt', tho powers of
.1 chairman of n committee, nllhoiiRli
.tc'iiilescvd In by Ills committeemen,
so fur qh l hey know Wlint ho Is do-
Iiik, would not,, under tho rules of
tho House ro to tho oxtont of nllow-
.n such clnliiiH. A hoard has Kt
.ii net ns n hoard, n committee ng n
.oiniullteo, anil whlla In every Ick-
islntlvo body there Is a kooiI deal ot
responshlllty nssiinied by thalrmen
and tho speaker w)ilc)i the house, for
Its part, nnd tho committee, fur its
.i.irt, know nit about, nnd, to a cer
tain' extent, nro presumed to nc-
qiilcsi'o in by silence, jet when It
omes to tho extra powers of those
Jllltlnls, under tho rules of tho
'louse, wo nro uBahlo to say that It
olt to tho extent claimed. So
that on tho wholo wo think lint It
Is ou'r duti to Krant tho motion,
which Is granted accordingly."
CAPTAIN FISHE SAYS
NAVY ASSURES PEACE
"We nro not going to have nny war
Thus Captain Ilradley Klsko, United
States Nnvy. In Ids address before the
Honolulu Dinned of ht Navy Uaguo
jesterd.iy afternoon, sounded tho key
nolo of iicaco by u timely insertion of
the word inn) bo. To maintain n state
of peace tho speaker said we havo nu
excellent navy nml Intend to keep It
up. Among other things. Captain
"Armies have existed for tho protec
tion of whatever a government wants
It for. Ihosg urmlei liavo existed for
many carn uml I havo nover heard
their usefulness called Into question,
it seems to inve been generally admit
ted wo hnvu needed a nnvy. Tlio use
of steam linn brought countries closer
together, and iirmed people go from
one- to another quickly. Another ren
'on Is because tlio engineering arts
hnvo mnilo nnvles more powerful timu
over mnl has not made nrmles more so.
Tho musket Is not bo different from
what It need to be, but tho great naval
guns nro moro ioworful and better.
Hnvagi'S unco used rluhs um) civilized
nations tho musket. Now snvnges use
lilies ns good lis thoso used by any
Navy Is Greatest Force,
"Some rouiitrles mo Using to get
tho best navy with tho apparent Idea
of licking Miinobody It Is recognized
that thcru are jet rnuntrlcs with ter
ritory nations may vynnt Jn which to
place their overplus of population and
they must hnvo physical force. Tlibro
foro a navy'ls needed. Tlio gro'itest
foieo for striking Is ti invy. A 12 Inch
projcctllu goes twelve miles. A bullet
(lied from :i rllle goes it thousand
jnnls. Tlio energy of two 12 Inch guns
Is equal to 100 nun soldiers.
"If our navy sIojb an It Is, other
navies will go nheid of II, Wo have
got out of Iho rut of cnplug what oth
or iritlims have Our country lias bail
tho courage nnd enterprise to say this
Is tho thing to ilo Wu buvo rtnrted to
liiilhl better nnd bigger ships than any
body else. Tho ICngllsh nro today
ahead of no In tin hints, possibly, hut
wo nro catching up. Othnr count! les
may bo ahead of iih In torpedo liontB
but wo nro coming up. l'cnpjo In 'the
United Slates say that Is wrong, mid
deploro tho fact that wo should havo
navies at nil They sny this Ib ii ro
llglmn ago. mi ago of tho gospel of
peace Hut wo havo Inttloshlps, vvn
hnvo torpedo boats and submnrlnes;
we are paying n lot ofiittontl'in to gun-
nery That wo hnvo n ii ivy Is a fuel
Theio must bo boiiio renrnti fo'r lt ex
istence. Why l It? Wo hnvo n condl-
$2,750 Large Cottace in Rood
condition and well painted. Three
bed rooms, electric liriits, sewer.
Corner lot 50x150. Fruit trees. On
Kunkini Road, near car. Bargain,
P. E. k Strauch
Waity BldR. 74 S. King; St.
ntnbln, Hiih)so n war hboilld break'
out, what then? Wo. nil know that
mi) body. who goes Into a war wnntslto
whip ant not gel whipped Hut II Is
the doubt which nlnrins Jt Is this,
ghastly tear of what may hainxni If
wo MiouM git llrKed Any one ot us
enn Imagine what wim'd happen
Equal to Mllllom Armed Men.
The eight nrmored cruisers sailing
today, repreBonted, lie snld. n concon-j
trated power and for a comparison,,
he silted that the nrnintucnt nnd of
fecllU'3 wero cqinl.to a wholo million
men armed with modern rifles. .Tho,
captain asked whether It would bo
possible under nny conditions to nunc
one million men from San Francisco
to Honolulu In five dajs nn the Ad
miral hnd brought his tight t.hlm hero
with their tieiucndous tonnage of
nrmatiient nnd tons of explosive Bhclls
In an effort to tcctiro the trade of
Japanese carpenters nnd builders,
prominent Japanese, business men nro
preparing to organize n lumber com
puny and buck Allen & Ilohlnson, low
ers & Cooko nnd other firms for tho
control of lumber sales nmong tho
This company will bo Incorporated
In November and will bo known as tho
Hawaii Mill & Lumber Company. Ltd ,
nnd Is capitalized nt $100,000, divided
Into S000 shares. Among tho principal
subscribers to tho stock Is I) Vono
kura of the Japanese Merchants' Asso
ciation nnd with him Is nssoclated
many of tho best known nmong Ja
pan's representative citizens.
(leo'rgo Itoedlck, Acting Consul for
(lermany, will entertain a l.irgo party
of officers from the Herman cruiser
Arconn at n dinner to bo given nt Al
exander Young hotel this evening.
There, lias been an almost continuous
round of festivity attending tho visita
tion of tlio Oennnn war vessel.
Tomorrow evening. Herman V K
Schultro, treasurer of II llacl.feld &
Co, will net nn host to n number of
officers belonging to the cruiser Ar
conn. Tho affair will bo hoi at tho
Nuunnii avenue rcsldeno cf Mr
"RE0RGANIZERS" MERE SIX.
(Continued from Pass 11 .
Crawford's statement this morning,
but the will probably decide to Just
what extent tlio party needs reor
ganization. It Is u significant point thnt C I.
Crnbbc. thalrm.in of tho Oahu boun
ty Committee, wns not nmong llioso
on tho list marked by Crawford as
iireBcnt nt tlio confnb between tho
klx, nnd It Is not known whether Ills
Invitation to nttend was lost befoio
or nftcr It got to Mm.
At present but ono change has
been mndo In the County Commit
tee, (Icorgo O'Neill taking the plu.ee
of C Ij. Crabbc from tho Toiirth Dis
trict, tho latter being now tho Coun
ty Committee chairman, Tho full
list of committeemen Is ns follows;
K. A. Douthltt. V.. C. Drown, A. II.
Phillips, i;. II. Paris, llcorgo O'Nolll,
las. U. Holt, C II. Cooko, Chns. Costa,
J. I' Kckhardt, D.iu Kavvalhou and
Oeo. Chalmers from the I'mirth dis
trict, nnd Jno. Ilell, I. K. Nuone, O.
I1. Cox, I). Douglas, i:, J. Crnvvford,
I l. l'nrnnntlou A V .lllilil (OX-
chairman). Win, Hooka no, 8. . I
Logan, Tred Mcjcr, Chas. . Arnold,
(Jeo. Ilarker. A. S. Kalelopu, K. V.
Mulclu.-i and Win, Henry from the
Tho executive commltteo consists
of llrown, O'Neill, Keruiindes, Costn, ,
Douglas, Malclua and I'htlllis, O
I,. Crnbbo, ehnlrmnn, nnd 12. .1, Cravv-j
ford, kecretary, of the Ceneral Com
mittee, are ex-ofllclo mcmficrs of.
tho Kxnciitlvn Couinilttee,
It will thus bo noted Hint' Phil
lips, Costa and I-'ornandes wero (bo
only members of tho Uxecutlvo Coin
mllteo present at tlio meeting of
which It was dclded to reorganize
the Ilepubllcan p.uty. ,
BULLETIN ADR PAV
Complete outfits for the amateur or professional.
Films, plates and supplies of nil kinds guaranteed fresh.
Developing and printing a specialty.
Photo Supply Co.,
"AKE a good
article; keep on
. making it good.
Tell people how good it
is; keep on telling them.
And they will buy it;
and keep on buying it.
Ivory Soap is a case in
From tho beginning,
the idea has been to
make it so good that
people who bought it
once would continue to
buy it They do.
99fSo Per Cent. Pure
THE BHOAD "vERANDAS AT
AFFORD A DELIGHTFUL SPOT
FOR TOUR SNOOZE AFTER YOUR
AUTO RIDE AND A GOOD LUNCH
TIOHS Office Supply Co.,
031 Fort Street.
Bicycle shop and general repairinc
work. Specialty in nickle, silvei
and cold plated work.
KING. OPP. ALAPAI ST.
WING ON CliONG
Brinp your pictures in and we'll
design i frame to your satisfaction.
Bethel, Opp. the Empire.
Po. 0. Box 771.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Herald Pure Rye and
Thos. F McTighe & Co.,
i 101-105 KING ST.
PHONE tn P O ?AX
I. , ' L.
Fort, below Hotel.
(( (P8! nTiTstvurxiND
WtIio DirrittNT rATuNil-
filniuhe trivc thi irreatest V .
satisfaction of any varnishei
ELASTICA NO, 1.
For exterior work.
ELASTICA NO. 2.
For interior work.
ELASTICA FLOOR FINISH.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. Kino; St ti ;'
t . JH
A bipj stock of SCHOOL BOOKS,
COMPOSITION BOOKS. PENCDL
TABLETS, INKS. RUBBER ERAS
ERS, SCHOOL BAGS, etc.
SCHOOL BOOKS AT LIT PRICE
Remember the Place.
We have an attachment which you
can fasten to any Edison phono
graph, except the "Gem," and play
amberol 4-minute records. We can
show you more about this attach
ment in a minute than we could ex
plain in an hour. Come and see it.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Young Bide.
On easy monthly payments. '
BROWN & LYON CO.
3. Abadic, Prop,
F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS.
Beautiful assortment at
Second Floor, Boston Bldg.
Beautiful New Hats
Just Arrived. J
Now on view nt
Dunn's Hat Shop,
Cor. Fort and Beretania.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PLUMBING and PAINTKiQ.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 821
King St.; P. 0. Box 914
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all oar old cus
tomers come 'jack.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
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