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-- EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T H.. THURSDAY. SEPT 1. 1110. Dj '"' i,9
HHHHHHHIIHHH1 - C E II 4 1 I I w m h w n a t it tt m ttn m ti a 11 m -:
and every precaution
taken to insure abso
MILK 124q A QUART
-"A" ' "IT"
Fort Street, Opppsit'e Qatholfo Church
IMPORTERS and' DESIGNERS
" MILLINERY - '
New1 Fall Millinery
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
Boston Building Fort Street
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kindt of-Hat j Cleaned and,
No Aoldi Used. Work Guaranteed
FELIX TURRO, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Convent
Honolulu. T. H, .
Orders Taken for
MRS. KEARNS' ISLAND FRUIT
THOMAS' SLICED PINEAPPLES
MISS. WOODWARD. .... Fort Street
- 'New Shipment
YEE CHA.N & 0 0.
Bethel and Kinir Streets
"Always Something Nevrnt
VAT HlNG STORE
Importers and dealers 'in Fancy
Dry Goods, Oriental Silks and Gents'
Furnishing, -Trunks, Suit Cases, etc.
HOTEL ST., OPP. THE EMPIRE
FANCY DRY GOODS
VfeK Ying Chong Co.,
King St., Ewa Fish Market
WING CHONG CO
; KING st! near bethel
Dealers in Furniture, "Mattresses,
etc., etc All kinds of KOA and MIS
SION FURNITURE made to order.
, . . You'll Find
' FRAMED 'PICTURES
1 for' Gift at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between Xing and Hotel
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
WING WO TAI & CO.
041 Nuuanu Street Phone 1020
And Cloth of Al Quality Can be
MO OANDLESS BLDG.
P. 0. Box 061 Telephone 1731
, Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
Contractor for Building, Stone and
Cement Work, Painting, Paerhang-
No, 1310 LILIUA ST., Cor, Kukul,
Emma Street, abovo Beretania
New BIOYOLKB arrived for racing
Hid Keiiera) uie, Prim, $25 up tu
S33, without binkei, HrpnlrliiK tt"'l
Jewelry n""! "K ! wants
WUIIUll I HXrUfAn-r (Continued Irom Page 1.) LILIUIIN IIVUIIJ
mmmJi STEWART grifrgT 8 vnuuus & i
, SAN FRANCISCO K .lhVH.I her statEOF mind. 1-
of the latest produc
tions of the best Amer
ican factories such as
is pleasing and will
stand the test of the
most exacting is ar
riving by nearly every
113 HOTEL STREET
Supplies & Repairing
Your machine will be ready for
jou when we say it will be. Wa
don't experiment on into; wt npali
Von Hamm- Young
ALE2ANDXR YOUNG BUILDIHI.
"The Best-Built Car in America"
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
J. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
IMPORTED and ISLAND
THE RENEAR CO.
ALGAROBA BEAN MILLS
GEO. A. I
Business Suits for $25
For the BesfcSODAS, GINGER ALE
and DISTILLED WATER, telephone
Ry croft's Fountain
HAWAIIAN EODA WORK!
Mulilf lunik (if all mil In. Mums,
flii, iimiiiifat'iiiiiMl hy iu II u 1 1 u 1 1 m
isH VI H1C 1UL1.9L IliVHlUU
Geary Street, above Union Square
Jult oppuiltt Hold St. Fundi
European Mac S1.C0 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
1 ngs cost $200,000. High class hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
ferrlogalloverclty. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Hawnllanliland headquarrs. Cable
addres:, "Ttawets." ABC Code.
I The drink of those who know that
it is the finest gin ever imported into
' Made by P. Loopuyt & Co., in
i Eelivered to any part of the city.
PRICE, $2.00 A BOTTLE
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Streets
AFTER the moving
drop into the CRI
TERION for a cold
glass of beer served
as only the CRl
Corner Hotel and Bethel Sts.
C. A. PEACOCK.. '....Prop.
FOR A FEW DAYS AND RENEW
YOUR ENERGY. SERVICE AND
First-Class Familv Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach
W. C. BERGIN, Prop.
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sti.
, Flue turnUhed rooms, Jl per day
$10 and upwards per month. Splen
MRS. 0. A. BLAIS2ELL. Prop.
Cream Pure Rye
LOVEJOY ANJ) CO,
FOR SALE AT ALL BARI
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o. per
hundred in lU-lb, lots
W. 0. BARNHART
133 Merchant Street
Manufactured from pure distilled wat
er, Delivtred to any part of city by
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Kewalo Telephone 1128
II Mill-1 In IMIInrlal llmiiii I'luMif
UIHfi. II 1 1 I'll ii HiiOiiiM liniin
OSAWATOMIK, Aug. St. Dodar
Iiir that the struggle the freemen of
tlm dnys of John Drown went
through to nbollsh the ulnvcry of the
day wns being duplicated now, when
freemen are In n struggle to gain
control of their own government,
Theodore Roosevelt lnur.rhed n new
nationalism In his speech today,
made on the occasion of the open
ing and the dedication of the John
llrown National Park.
Ills address clearly aligned the for
mer President with the progressive
movement In upK)sltloii to the spe
cial Interests, and was practlrall) an
open declaration of war ngnlnst the
present administration, with Its
"stand' pat" backers.
Roosevelt declaied himself In fa
vor of n wide Increaro In the powers
of the national government, terming
this "the new u&tloimtlsm." .The
Is&ue of the day, he declared. Is the
stiuggle of the freemen of America
against those who nuw hold, and
who nre seeking to continue their
hold on the national government.
GREECE AND TURKEY IN
CONSTANTINOPLE, Aug, 31 -
rupture In the diplomatics relations
between Turkey and Greece Is threat
ened as a result of the boycott that
has been Instituted throughout Tur
key on all goods of Grecian inmai
facttire and becauno 11 the threaten
ed expulsion of all c.reeks from the
province of Salonlkn,
The Turkish government blames
the resident Greeks for the trouble
which has been occurring In Salo
nika for the p.tst several months.
S. S. MANCHURIA IN
TOKIO. Aug. 31. The Pacific
Mall llnor Manchuria Is held In port
by the quarantine ofilcluls, n bus.
pected case of bubonic plague having
been discovered aboard.
The Manchuria Is scheduled to ar
rive here on September 9. The quar
antine at the Japanese port Will nat
urally delay her.
DELAY ACTION ON CEOATE.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.. Aug. 31.
After considering a petition pre
sented, asking for the expulsion of
Joseph II. Clioate, tho former ambas
sador to Gieat llrltaln, on allega
tions of unprofessional cqnduct, the
American liar Association has de
rided to tako no action In tho mat
ter, for this ) ear at least.
TAFT PLACES CORNERSTONE.
IIEVI2ULY, Mass., Aug. 31. Pres
lilent Tuft laid the cornerstone of
the local Y. M. C. A. building to
day, the tereniony being a largely
attended one. Ills speech at the
event contained nothing of political
SAX KIIANC1SCO. Aug. 31. Mo-
ran bested Hums In their ten-round
go today, although no decision, nc.
cording to the terms of the match
and aicordng to the law, was given.
COPPER KING MARRIED.
NEW YORK. Aug. 31. F. Augus
tus lletme, the copper king, was to
day married to Mrs. Uemlce Mender
win, nn uutress.
Tho Hawaiian band will give a
concert this evening at the Kuka
nko Missldn, coumeuclng nt half
past seven. The following program
will be rendered!
March Molokama Tterger
Overture Poet and Peasant. .Suppa
llallad I.n Palonia Yradler
Selection llelle of llohemla
Vocal llawnliun Hongs
Ar by llerger
Walti Ul Paso Anthony
Finale AM Welft llerger
The Star Bpungled Hauner
. m .
A gient legal battle Is now on In
California over some 00,000 acres of
lund In Palo Verde vulley.
Have you hint kidney tiuuble (III
llaiiimutloii of the t.idiiuysl over six
liiniithsT If an, rt'iogiiUvd uuthuil
lles ie(iuiH It IiiiiiiuIiIh. I' H,
iltNiihs now nearly uo.uoo uunually,
Cull fur free illul list and lllra
liiiM Hint limy pmliiiiK "- mi )"dt
HONOLULU nuuo CO, I,TD,
"UUI you get any mallt" asked the
hostess of the young woman who wns
"No," said the young womnn shortly.
She had Just returned after answering
the postman's ring "I haw four en
elopes addressed to me, but none of
them li from him! Therefore I got
no mall that amounts to anything' '
"Oh, well," wild tbu hostess, com
fortingly, reaching for her own letters
"maybe something happened! He'll
"Later"' exploded tho young wom
an visitor, dropping her scorned as
sortment of letters on the Moor and
opening her eyen wide, "I don't carp
If he never writes now! That Isn't
the point' The fact remains that
Samuel Plathers Mclntyre, after be
ing In town a whole week and simply
devoting himself to me, husn't writ
ten when he sutd he would! He said
he snld," stammered the young
woman In tier wrath, "that he'd write
the minute he reached New York. If
he had 1 should have the letter now!
That's all the fnlth you can put In a
"Now, my dear'" expostulated the
hostess, awakening to the fact that
she had a situation on her hands,
"don't be bo hasty In your Judgment!
"Oh, maybe!" echoed the young
woman, disgustedly, "I know all about
who 'Interfered. .Maybe he's sick. May
be all the Inkwells In New York sud
denly dried up nnd oil the liens were
confiscated by the police! It Isn't ns
though I wah 10 years old and believ
ed those things! And It Isn't the old
letter It's the fact that I can't depend
on anything Sam says! Don't you
suppose If he were the right sort of
man he'd have written that letter If
he had had to sit up all night to do It?
It Just shows
"Now, i:icanor!" protested her hos
tess. "Sam Is n splendid fellow and
I'm sure "
"Splendid"' scoffed the oung worn
nn visitor. "I'm tired of splendid
men! I'd like the everyday kind for
a change you can depend on them!
Nobody pays any attention to them
and they Just plod on doing as they
should, while these good-looking1 crea
tures who fancy every girl Is crnty
about them 'do vreclsely ns they
please and neer put themselves out
for any onet 8am Mclntyre thinks
he Is a heart-breaker and privileged
to hale his own way, but I'll show
''I can't understand you, Eleanor,"
Interrupted the hostess, plaintively.
"And I wish you wouldn't walk up
and down over the rugs like u caged
lioness Just because of a missing let
ter! Why, only the other day you
w'ero telling me you liked Snm so
much because he was thoughtful and
Belf-sncrlflclng und not a bit con
ceited!" "You niust be mistaken!" Insisted
the young woman visitor. "I am sure
I never spoke such foolish words, be
cause from tho very llrst I have rea
lized all his faults. I am a keen ob
server, and I suw when I first know
him Just how selfish und cureless he
wus under all that pleasant manner
lie puts on! I know he was not the
sort of man one could rely on. I
think handsome men Invariably are
that way und that's why I prefer
homely ones, I "
"Yet you never would pay nny at
tention to Alfred because you said he
wus so ugly!" Bald her hostess. "It
sounds a little Inconsistent "
"I not In the ICast Inconsistent!"
declured tho young woman visitor. "I
urn merely telling you whut is In my
mind. It Isn't that I care a rap about
Sam Mclntyro he doesn't appeal to
me in the least, und I couldn't grow
fond of him In a thousand years but
It is Just the rudeness of his neglect.
1 don't have to stand being Hllghted
by uny man! He might write me u
dosen letters tomorrow und It
wouldn't have the remotest effect on
me, because I now know him for whut
he Is. I have found out the defects In
his character, and I'm glud of It
Mercy! Think of the life a girl would
lead married to u mull like Sam! I
don't see, really, how n girl with a
scrap of sense could be In tho least
attracted to him, but I suppose there
are plenty of silly little Idiots "
"There's the bell again, said the
The girl who was visiting went to
the' door und when she came back
alio bore In her hand u thick letter
with a special delivery stamp and the
NeW York postmark on It.
"1 know he'd write as he said ho
would," she remarked beamingly to
her iimnzed hostess. "And n special
delivery letter, too, so It would reach
me quicker. If Sum Isn't tho deurust,
"Kleanor," said her exasperated
hostess, "please leinnvo yourself und
your letter lo another room I need
space lo adjust my mind tu tlin light
ning chuugiiH of it young person whu
Is madly III lovu!"
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
MXATIVI! illtOMO.QUININI!, re
inuvi1 t tic (.him'. Unl the world fivci
lo euro n iiil'l in ouu day, I!. W,
OHOVUB klunaluro on laclilox. MuiU
I I'MMI Hi:iltNi.u,iMtat M, U H, A.
WANTHD A W1PK Must have lots
of money, and know how to cook
lots of good things to eat Ap
plicant call in person, "llaby
llllss," world's fattest boy, goud
uaturcd, Jolly and fat, weight,
r.SC pounds; age, 18 jears. Now
on exhibition, Aloha Park, Hotel
WANTKD A HUSIIANO Must be
tall and slender nnd have extreme
ly long arms, Applicant call In
person. "Jolly Trlxle." world's fat
test girl; good looking, Jolly and
fat; weight, C8.j pounds; age, 22
years. Now on exhibition, Aloha
Park, Hotel Btreet.
Young man, stenographer and col
lector. Must be energetic. Amer
ican or German preferred. Ad
dress, slating age und salary ex-
pected, "Collector," Itullctln of
Everybody to know that the Wal
palm Exchange has the best liq
uors and tobaccos at Honolulu
jirlies. Ten minutes' run from
main road to Ewa.
Everybody to use the large nickel
pad for school and figuring use.
Two hundred aheeta of good paper
for five cents, at this office, tf
Have your hat cleaned by the Expert
Hat Cleaners, 1123 Fort St, opp.
Club Stables. Ilest workmanship;
no acids used. 4069-tf
Position on books by energetic young
man. Address "11. U,". this of
To buy well-bred Jersey cows.
dret-s "Jersey," this office.
Anything of value bought for cash
Address or call 1117 Fort "Btreet.
rags at the Bulletin
Position by a joung lady who has
J list finished a course In stenogra
phy and bookkeeping. Address
''Stenographer," this office,
Japanese Cooking School. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. ,M.
Matile.1457 Auld Lane. Tel. 1664.
Silver bangle. Owner enn have same
by proving property qnd paying
for this ad. - 4710-3t
Japanese Employment Association.
Maunakea near Aul Tmater. Call
up Phone 2G97 Is you want a
cook, good boy or servants.
All kinds or laborers furnished; Rus
slan society. Address Gohn Pho
mlchco, general delivery.
X: IIOKS PLKIl'd 1.' Til I'l 11
Sliri'OltT TO C0I.0XKI.
Colored 3Icn Indorse ltooievelt After
lie Point Out Their Oppor
tunities. NEW YORK, August 19. The sup
port of the negro electorate of tliel
United States for u possible third term
Roosevelt today by the 1100 delegates
of the National Negro Business Men's
League here In convention. The In
dorsement of the former President
was voted after he had addressed the
delegates on the opportunities for ad
vancement open to the colored race
In this country.
Colonel Roosevelt said: "The white
mull of the South Is the vitul mull to
have sympathy with the negro. When
your neighbor respects you you have
won your battle. The white man of
the North does his worst work In In
terferlng between tho two people of
the South and his best work when ho
improves their relations.
"I would not slur over the Injustice
with which good colored men nre
treated, hut I feel that tho really sub
stantial way to conquer Injustice Is to
train your people, so that tho w "o
mini will willingly recognize In his
colored neighbor u desirable neighbor.
Every down-ut-the-heel, ramshackle,
negro cabin Is not only bad for the
people who live In It, but Is a reflec
tion on tho race. A man who lives
a 'ne'or do well' llfo of Idleness Is
not only doing III to himself, hut to
"As I wrote llvo jc.irs ago, when I
was Piiisldeut, I believe In this league
You ttlmtiluto among jour people
principles of business und politics
You iiImi slliuillalii among your peo
ple principles nf business and enter
pilmi That Is all right, too You
should build ii III in foundation hfoiu
im inn uri'i't lb" siipvrsirii'iure"
1 h m e i e '
'Tor Rent1' cards on salt at
the uullilln vllice,
Punchbowl Heights, newly-furnished
-house; mos'iulto-prnof, cool;
siiXnhle for four single men Mrs.
II. V, Nlcholroii. top of Summit
road, corner School and I'liuna.
niegnnt new, furnished nnd unfur
nished cottnge.vat Walklkl lleach.
Good bathing and boating C'res
R.Hy's, 2011 Kalla road next to
furnished rooms. Apply Mr.
McRonnell, 1223 Emms B.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
"TI1E I.1XANIV C27 llerctanln ave
nue Mosqulto-proof lahul rooms,
with or without board. Ever) thing
modern: moderate prices. Central
location Phone 1,108. Mrs. II.
Dluklnge, prop. 4711-tt
Cool furnishes rooms nnd cottages,
with board, 10" I Nuunmi Ave,
near School St, Prices moderate.
The Transo envelope a tline-savlnt
Invention. No nddreialng neces
sary In sending out bills or re
ceipts. Ilulletln Publishing Co.,
solo agents for patentee. tf
Ono No. 1 Hansome concrete mixer
No. L-22G (Hew), complete, with
trucks, etc. 11. S. Gray, 32 IVirt
Three-j ear-old fcaddlo pony. D. O.
llaijinian'H nnrnesH shop, nicharda
and Merchant streets.
Selected Caravonlcn wool cottou
seed. A. V. Gear, 1214 Pott St.
P. O, Jlox 404. 4G93-tC
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad slip
ping books, at Bulletin offlca. It
Two pointer dogs. Telephouo 130K,
Around the Island, four Of more pas-
songers, 10 each. Independent
Auto Stand. Special rates by tno
hour. Phone 2G09, 4G77-tt
For hire, seven-seated rackard;
,phone 2511. Young Hotel Stand:
Oh as. Reynolds. 4540-tI
City Clothes Cleaning Co., No. 4 Ma
'sonic Temple, Alakea 8t. Clothes
called "fr- W. delivered.
ree Binr Xee-Plnmber and Tinsmitk,
Bmllh Bt bet. Hotel and Pauakl.
EYE EAR NOSE THROAT
31-32-33-34 Young Building
DR. N0TTAGE. . . .0 to 11 and 1 to 3
DR. ROGERS... ...11 to land 3 to 5
Sundays 0 to 11
Other Hours by Appointment
When your eyes tire after reading
a short time, they need attention.
ALFRED D. FAIRWEATHER .
Fort Street Harrison Block
175 BEBETANIA STREET
WE RENT PIANOS
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD. ,
AND OTHER PIANOS
Tlin y or Piano Co.
150 Hotel St. Mono 23J3
Inim iiundsiiil 0. t.' tt I. MilppTuK
hisiks for sal at (M liiillpMn
unlui. (On culIi.
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