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EVENINO DULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II. TUKBDAV, SKPT. 20. 1IU0. ., .1.1 ... .
MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 19th
The ladies of Honolulu and
HitiAft . i1iAn'HM nf VATT -
will be the most exquisite and
BEAUTIFUL PERSIAK SILKS and VELVETS, in the rich
dark shades now to fashionable, have been extensively used in
the'trimming" of our models, among which are the "WATTEAU"
and "CHARLOTTE CORDAY," on new lines. HANDSOME FEATH
ER HATS, all black and black and white, and a large assort-,
ment'of TAILORED HATS for street wear.
One of the features of our Opening Display' will be, some
very swell effects in TURKISH TURBANS.
f-i...h.' t.if .-.. v
-' Corner Fort and Bcrctania Streets
For the Children's Sake
. INSIST UPON HAVING PURE MILK
THE PO.ND DAIRY'S
MILK IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. SANITARY SURROUND
INGS AND HEALTHY CATTLE. " "
THE QUART, 12i2 CENTS
STOP at the HOTEL MANX
IN SAN FRANCISCO
This magnificent hotel is situated on Powell street, in
the heart of the city, immediately accessible to all the
shops theaters, railroad ticket offices, etc.
EUROPEAN PLAN Bedroom, with detached bath,
51.30 and upwards; with private bath. $2 and upwards;
mrlor. bedroom and private bath, $5 to $10.
AMERICAN PLAN $3 and up per day.
'. 1 j NT 0NW THE BEST AT THE PRICE, BUT THE
EQUAL' OF ANY AT ANY PRICE.
Honolulu Representative: WILLIAM DOUTHITT.
' ROOM 308, McCANDLESS BUILDING
For School Use
'Our Stock of
Is very largo anil ronlnlns
every grado ol Exorcise or
Composition Hooks used In
.the Schools of the Islands.
'Hawaiian News 'Co.,
Alexander Young Building t
- SCHOOL BOOKS; SCHOOL SUP-
rJiU,a. we nave an lm
Aj raense stock of School Books,
Tablets, pencils, and every
thing a pupil, will require to start
.WALL, .NICHOLS CO., LTD.
, f Office Supply -Co.,
K JJMITED '
t BEMINCfTQN TYPEWRITERS,
111 TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES,1
v.,, GLOBE-WERNICKE FILING CABI-
t NETS and BOOKCASES,
, GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
,0 3 1, F 0 R T S T R E ET
Bookl Books! Books!
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Youne Bids;.
Pencils, Paper and All School
A. B. ARLEI0K & CO,
Jlottl, Near Fort
vicinity ore Cordially invited .to I
J tlrlttTtJ TftTTtMl.'TJV ...1.11.
Opposite Fire Station
W.P. PULLER c CO.
Lowers & Cooke,
177 SOUTH KING
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
Phone 1179 Night Call 1014
Compartments in the
For Particulars Inquire of
T0WNSEN.D UNDERTAKING CO,
llamill X- South
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You us lliillilhig.
.Will do it
LOUD In Honolulu, Hnmliiy, Hi'pH'iu
bwr IK, Humid l.m.
NEW. PIGMY RACE
- IS DISCOVERED
British Explorers Como Upon
Dwarfs in the Jungles
, ,of NeWiGulnoa.,- ,j. l(,
,-'U)NtX)NV Scpt.to. Dolulls ,6f, tttj
discovery by Ilrltish explorers In
New Guinea of n new pigmy raco
tiro contained In reports which have
rciclicil l,ondon from tliu expedi
tion, T'lio itnrtv.' 1111lor itr U'nllor
Godfolfow,' the noted ornithologist,,
is exploring tho Inrgcst unknown
Uretiljlliv World,'. 'surface, ,
The men of the new raco wcro
first seen by Captain C. C. Ilawllng.
Tho meeting Is described us fol
lows: , "
"Cnplhln ltnwllng was making a
short trip Into the mountains. While
proceeding with his I'aguans tho
leading man gnvo a yell and dash
ed ahead. There were visions of
pig, but tho quarry turned out to
ho two hlllmen who, after a long
chnso through tho jungle, wcro
"They wcro dreadfully frightened,
qurtholr 'faccsl asstimed a more: or,
less calm expression when their bags
and spears had been returned to
them nnd thoy wore presented with
soma beads. Captain Ilawllng then
offered them cigarettes, but nothing
would Indueo them to smoke. Doubt
less thoy thought they wcro poison
ed. Thqy were naked, except,' for 11
grass helmet, n bag and u tiny strip
around tho waist, They were 4 feet
3 Inches nnd 4 feet C Inches In
Dwarfs Fought Valiantly.
"A lew un8 uncr, wncn entering
tho hills, Captain Itawlings 'spotted'
two more fording tho river below
and u quarter of n mllo nway, Tho
men accompanying tho explorer
crouched llko cats and gavo chaso.
Tho 'river iniule too much noise for
tho hlllmen to hear their pursuers
until thoy wcro cut off. Tho dwarfs
fought valiantly, nevertheless, but
wcro at last drugged to tho shore.
On being measured they wcro found
to bo A feet 2 inches and 4 feet ti
Indie, so It looks as If these peo
ple, actually belong tu a trlbo of
dwarfs similar to tlioso of Central
Africa, but good looking and well
One of tho explorers says that it
Is diniciilt to make out whether tho
raquans arc cannibals or not. Heads
of ' tlic enemy slain In battle nro
kept strung from the ceilings of
their houses, hut It Is Imposslblo to
say whether tho bodies wcro de
Dr. ICrlo Marshall describes n ra
marknhlo natlvo festival, Including
u war danco and pig sacrifice. Two
full-grown boars, on each of which
t man sat astride, 'wcro led to tho
altar, ' whllo tho women, plastered
in wot mud from head to foot, kept
up a tremandous walling. Amid
shouting nnd "tomtomlng" tho boars
wcro clubbed to death. The women
then cut tho carcases free, and
throw themselves 011 the dead
bodies, walling loudly In testacies
Afterward there was Innocent
play, tho women and girls, many of
them qulto pretty, chasing tho men
up to tho river sldo and Into tho
water. "This Is one of tho few cor
cmonlcs," Dr. Marshall says, "whon
tho women nro allowed to best tho
men, tho latter not being permitted
Strin of Cloth Their dress.
Of tho natives at Wakatiml, where
a baso camp wns formed, nno of the
explorers writes; "Thoy huvo col
lected In thousands, and at presont
nil nro friendly and all hideously
ugly. DreBS they don't boast much
of except a tiny strip of cloth.
With tho exception of one or two of
tho joiing girls, the women, too,
aro hideous, but a few of tbo chil
dren look qulto nice."
Within a week of landing, Mr.
Wilfred Btalkor, one of tho explor
ers, lost his Ufa. He toft camp alouo
to go shooting, losing himself, cith
er hecamo delirious with fover or
went mud. Ills body was found In
11 creok, tho scratches on his face
and body indicating that ho had
bcon rushing through tho under
Tho difficulties In the way of tho
expedition have proved greator than
expected. The nutlvos are showing
themselves tieuchcrousund sly, and
tho transport problem Is a very awk.
ward one. To prolong the duration
of tho expedition an appeal for funds
Is mudc. Donations may bo sent to
Mr, Pagan, Natural History Mu
seum, South Kensington,
Ktonomy on your purt would be
stinginess on the part of yournclgh
A single muii with oxporlouco us
mclnintlle ami plantation book.
Kcepi'r Is open for nn engagement.
Ilesl of riiforeuros ran bo fnrnlh
cd. Ad'liiNS "A. H,", lliilli'lln or
If You Are Sickly
Just let Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters build up and renew
the entire system, make the
stomach strong and" healthy
'iahd'cep'theibowels free from
I.'corfitipsttionj It has done so,
' in 'hundreds' of ''cases in the
past 67 years and most cer
tainly will not fail you, Try
it to-day for Indigestion, Dys
pepjia, p6stivencss, Bilious
ncss, Headache and Malaria,
Fever and Airue. Ask for
For alo by Benson, Smith ft Co.,
Ltd.; Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; llllo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
ASK THAT EDWARDS
That (Jvncrnl .Clarcnco It. IMwardH
bo sent to tho Philippines as com
maiidcr of .Ihul-division Jn tho text
of, n lictlllou which was forwarded
from Moiiilu to Washington recently
Tho petition asked that tho chief
of, tho llurcail of Insular Affairs or tho
War Department bo inmla it mujor
general and then returned to thu I'M,
llpplncx ns commander in chief or thu
General Edwards sorted In tho Phi
llpplno campaign on tho stuff of Ren
era! Ijiwton nnd has for many yearn
been chief of tho llnreau of Insular
A f. 'a Irs In Washington In direct chargo
of things In Philippines.
Tho announcement of the sending
of tho petition was Hindu at tho cele
bration of Occupation Day, August IS,
by Colonel II. II, .McCoy, collector of
customs, In tho" presence of 11 largo
number or veterans of tliu 1'lilllpplnu
WOULD STOP BURIAL
OF PASSENGERS AT SEA
1'lllLADKI.rjllA, Hopt. 12, -A
inovonient has' been started hero to
have steamship companies discontinue
tho pructlco of burying at sea tho
bodies of persons who dlo on ship
board. Last week tho Iter. William
Mclaughlin, a prominent' clergyman
of 'this city, died lit sen, and, not
withstanding that u wlrelesB mossago
had been sent to tho captain of tho
liner requesting' thut tho body 1 0
landed, tho clergyman's body wus
consigned to tho waves.
Yesterday tho Holy Nuuio Society
of tho Unman Catholic Church or Our
Lady of Mercy adopted resolutions
protesting against thu custom. Tho
society authorized sovcral clergymen
to correspond wlUi steamship com
panies with n viow of ascertaining tho
opinions 'of tho olllcers on tho subject.
It Is understood that leading steam
ship companies already have this Biib
Jcct under consideration.
DRESSED AS WOMEN
CHINESE GET IN
SAN DIKOO, Bopt. 11. A brand
new trick tor smuggling Chinese
across the Mexican lino Into this
country, directly under tho noses of
tho Immigration bfllccrs, hua come to
the attention of tho local officers.
I'ir soiuo time paBt, It Is said, ror
talu wily luwbrcakeri huvo nuulo a
practlso or loading Orlontals Into an
tonutjlles and carrying thcin into
this country dressed In nrtlclcs of
ultra-fashionable taste, and further
disguised by means of automobllo
goggles, picture fiats and wldo-llaw-Ing
According to tho Information
which has como Into tho possession
of immigration officials, tho men who
originated ths plan huvo been doing
U rushing business for tho lat,t fow
weeks, during which tlmo a largo
number of alien Chinoso havo been
smuggled Into tho Interior, togged
out as joy riuors; '
Tho reward of 1500 which wus of
fered for Information which would
leud to Anderson draco's arrest, will
probably hu divided between Off and
FVuglcr, who first saw tho wanlo.l
The case, ngalimt a Uussluu named
Marozoff, who wus rhurgud ullh hav
ing sold liquor without u 'license ut
Iwllel, was dropped this morning us
(ho pioseriitlou did not wish to press
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Dromo Quinino
Tablets. All druggists refund
tho money if it fails to cure.
II, W. Grove's signature is on
I'AHia MumciNt: co , ti. Uiui, v e. a.
JjS0"For Rent" cards on tl 't
Ih Uullelln ofllrs.
C. L HOPKINS
Systematizer, Notary Public, Agent
tc Qrent Marriage Licenses, .Hawai
ian Interpreter and Translator
OFFICE Judiciary Bide. HOURS
0 a. m. to 4 n. m.
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ROOSEVELT WAS INITIATED AT. OMAHA INTO
MYSTERIES OF "KNIGHTS OF AK-SARBEN."
OMAHA, Nub., Sept . Wlicu Colonel ItooScvclt visited Omalm on b'epL
Z ho wuu ciifertuincd in u iiiuuiu'r not mentioned In his itinerury. Uctunil
hundied of tbo loyal dllzenu ut Nubrauka turned thu name ol their statu
backward tor tho purpose of lludlng a tltlo for u sort of secret society
which Is known us (ho "Ak-Har-llen." To this sorlely most or tho repre
sentative, muii of the Autcliipo Htuto belong, mid each Monday evening
they gather llt.it special uuilltiiluui to dlseuss thu civic needs nnd condi
tions of tho populncu. When- 1'redldunt Tart was In Omaha tho lust time
lm. wax made u life member of thu "Ak-ur-llcn," and now tho only living
ux-pri'bldunt Is u full Hedged luumhor nf Ihu society by Initiation iiccoid
Ing lo thu illiiul ut tliu oidr, Thu "Knight or Ak.Uni'-lluu" preparod
dpeelal imtliH.for Coloiivl IIoomkoII iitul nrruUKed scenic' anil iiifehuiiloul
roiitrlviinccsifor Ills buimflt llmti vniuld frluljui,llw moj jurrdl liunlw,
I'Vi'ii iIioiihIi mil In Ihu wlbl) of Africa.
OW, if you
and obtain a suit made
in the most recent New Yorkg
'style, wouldn't you buy it ing
preference to any other ? "
You can. It is simply a 5
matter of coming. They have j
all the cleverness that the best I
designers can put into them,, j J
and all the splendid, high-class i j
tailoring that the best work- H
men can give. . x !
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Chairs Now at the "
UNION BARBER SHOP
NEW BARBER A.competcnt man
has just arrived from the Ccst.
M. VIERRA rr....ftProprietor
knew .that you
could come to our shop f
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OPEN PLUMBING TIOIIT jpiNTS
JOHN N0TT- i
The Pioneer Plumber
183 ALAKEA ST. Telephone 1031
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