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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21, 1910.
Is Good, but
Wo huVo (ho Inltor, who
will. tliurcniKlil' understand
)our wittcli when It Bhuuld
refuse to go.
' 113 HOTEL STREET
Supplies & Repairing'
), TburfJdacWw will be roiiy fit
you whu we saj It will be, We
don't experiments antos; wi rtyaix
il '"It !
, Co., Ltd.
ALEJCANpW youo. BUTLDIHt.
TIERCE ARROW MOTOR CYCLE
R. 0. AXTELL
Solo Agent 1048 Alakea Street
"The Best-Built Car in America"
schuman Carriage co., ltd,
J. W. KERSHNEB
Auto Tire Repairing
1177, Alakea, St. Phono 2434
Horses for Sale
Work, Driving and Hack
, Telephone 1109
The BICYCLE DEALER and RE
PAIRER, has moved to"
180 KING STREE'T
New location Red front, near
Young.Building, Telephone 2518.
Emma Street, anove Beretania
.New TUnYnT.F.S arrived for racine
and general use, Prices, $25 up to
Jo. without braKCS. impairing ana
re-tiring done neatly,
Contractor for Building. Stone and
Cement Work, Painting, i-npernang
No. 1310 LILIIIA ST.. Cor. Kukui,
San Francisco Hotels
Oeary Street, above Union Square
Jim cppoilu Hottl St. Frtncli
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
ings cost $200,000. Bighclass hotel
atmodcrate rates. Center of theatre
andretalldlstrlct. On carllnei. trans,
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco,
Hotel Stewart now recognized at
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
TRY A WEEK AT
AND TRIM UP
First-Class r'amllv Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach
W. 0. BERQIN. Prop,,
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sts.
io uiuiducu fuuuiB, ti par ay
$10 and unwards ner month. Hnlen.
MRS. C. A. ,BLAIS2ELL. Pro.
Delivered to .residences
and offices at 25c. per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. 0. BARNHART
133 Merchant Street
Manufactured from pure distilled wat
er, Delivered to any part of city by
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Kcwalo Telephone 1128
SUMMER DAYS AND
Pau Ka Hana
For the Best SODAS. DINGER ALE
and DISTILLED WATER, telephone
Rycrof fc's Fountain
flu New Phone Number
F. E. DAVIS,
Merchant and Nuuanu Streets
Orders Taken for
MRS. KEARNS ISLAND FRUIT
THOMAS SLICED PINEAPPLES
MISS WOODWARD. . . . , .Fbrt Street
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
King Street Fish Market
MAY'S OLD KONA COFFEE
Best in the Market
HENRY MAY & CO.
FOR YOUR GR0CERD2S, SEE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO.
03-5 King Street, near Maunakea
I Phone- 2201 Daily Delivery
I !85 I tv?7 T
All the latest models of ttio
famous , , f
Wo lime nn entire lino of
theso cameras, with prices
rouging from $5 to $106
Photo Supply Co.
FORT. BELOW HOTEL .
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP
.Young Hotel Building
FILMS AND CAMERAS
Fort Street, Opposite Catholio Church
Received by Sierra
LATEST STYLES OF TAILORED
i . SUITS
Mrs. F. .S. ZeaVe, (Vlodiste
,07,68 Young, Building
Dunn's Hat Shop,
IMPORTERS and DESIGNERS
. PJ5,? ,SXR,EETL
New Fall Millinery
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
. . PARLORS
Boston .Building , Fort Street
.LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
. , . Blocked fa ,
o Aoids Used. Work Guaranteed
.'FELIX TURRO, Specialist,
tl54Fort Street. Opp. Convent
Honolulu. T. H.
Kadi Cluing Co.
Corner Fort and Beretania ,
Always Something New at
YAT HING STORE
Importers and dealers in Fancy
Dry Goods, Oriental Silks nd Gents'
Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, etc.
HOTEL ST., OPP. THE EMPIRE
FANCY DRY GOODS
Wah Ying Chdng Co.,
King St., Ewa Fish .Mark?
WING CHONG CO
KING ST- NEAR BETHEL
Dealer in Furniture, Mattresses,
etc., etc. AU kinds of K0A and HIS
SIQN.FUHNITURE made to order.
for Gifts at
Wing On Chong's,
Pethel St., Between King and Hotel
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
WING WO TA1 & CO.
641 Nuuanu Street Phone ,1020
And Cloth of Al Quality Can be
MC CANDLESS BLDG.
P, 0. Box 001 Telephone 1731
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
(Continued from Pate 1.)
(A.ocl.U"J ITchs CM
NI3W YORK, Sept. 20. One start
ling result of the primary elections
today wus the defeat of Vlcc-I'rcsl-dent
Sherman In his own district, In
spite of which Timothy Woodruff
predicts that he will ho elected ai
tempornry chairman of the Stale
convention to assemble at Saratoga
on Tuesday next.
Sherman will attend the tonven.
Hon at the head of the delegation
from the First Oneida district, while
Colonel Roosevelt, who will contest
the election nnd the control of the
convention with him, will come nt
the head of the Nassau delegation
Today was an exciting dn In the
Empire State struggle between the
Roosevcltlnns and the Old Guard par
Chairman Grlscom of the State
central committee, 'who Is a Roose-
vclt man, claims Ti70 of the 1015
delegates to the convention are
for Roosevelt for temporary chair
man, against Vice-President Sher
man. This claim of n small margin
for victory Is just nhout matched hy
the other side, which claims SCO
ote for Vice-President Sherman,
BRIBER ON TRIAL
8AN FRANCISCO, Sept. 20. The
odore V. llalsey, general agent of
the Pacific States Telephone Com
pany, will face his judges tomorrow
on charges of bribery, mado against
him over three years ago In connec
tion with the general bribery scan
dals at the San Francisco supervis
ors, llalsey had ten Indictments Re
turned against him early In J 907,
being charged with having bribed
the supervisors to favor his company
against the Homo Telephone C6m
pany He fled to Manila, but was
nr rested there by secret sen Ice offi
cers. Delect I v'e Hums meeting him
In Honolulu on his way back and
bringing him here,
SOUTHERNERS LYNCH ITALIANS
TAMPA, n Sept. 20. Gustongc,
Klcqrottn, Angelo and Albano, four
prominent ifnllaii of, tnfsctryi,"w1i(
hnve been conspicuous, during th
siriKu ui mo ciKaniiiiKurH, wuru i
day taken from the charge of deputy
sheriffs nnd Ijnrhed. It was charged
against (hem that they ha'd been nc
tfssorles to he recent shooting, ( In
which n number of the strlkem wero
The hnchliig of these men has re.
called the trouble that followed the
ljnchlug of a number of Italians In
Now Orleans some jears ago, for
which Italy demanded reparation and
pver which Incident tho relations be
tween the two countries were strain
ed almost to tho point of war.
BRYAN OBJECTS TO DAHLMAN.
LINCOLN, Neb., Sept, 20. Wil
liam Jennings llrjan today bolted
tho Democratic party of his State,
announcing in uu authorized Inter
view that ho would not support
D.thlmun, tho Democratic nominee
for (lovernor of Nebraska. Mr,
Ilrvan bases his objection to Dahl'
man on the fact that the latter Is
not In faor of local option orpro-
Dahlman was nominated at tho
Stato convention that refused to uc
ccpt the local option plunk presented
HAMILTON CLUB NOW SPLIT. .,
CIIICACiO, Sept, 20. The board of
governors of the Hamilton Club has
acccptod the resignation of Senator
uirlmcr, tendered because 01 me re
quest of tho board that he return nn
lnltatlou sent him to attend a din
ner given In honor of Colonel Iloose
velt, who had refused to sit at tho
samo tulilo as I.orlmcr. As a result
of the Incident, a new club Is to be
started, founded by members of tho
Hamilton Club who have likewise re
signed owing to the Iloosevelt Inci
i auto s X f tt 1
PROGRESSIVES DOWN TAWNEY.
ST, PAUL, Minn., Sept. 20 The
returns from the State primaries so
far indicate that Sidney Anderson,
progressive candidate for nomination
to tho House of Representatives from
the First District, has defeated Jas,
A. Tawney, the stnndpat candidate
for reelection. The four insurgent
Congressmen from this State have
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Beers the T sS&A-ju'.
Signature of lAaWZTCtfiJUU
I&E purity of it,'
the mildness of
it, the lightness
and brightness of the
Ia(hcr hese" are things
you notice every time
you use a cakeof Ivory
The' purity of Ivory
So'fip is due to the ex
cellence of th6 materials
of which it is' composed;
its mildness to its entire
freedom from "free"
994foo Per Cent. Pure
:: t: h rut :: tt t: tt n n tt tt n
SHORT STORIES FOD
u it tt tt tt tt tt rt u tt tt u u tt tt tt
HER STARTLING' COLOR SCHEME,
"Havo you cer noilced," Inquired
young Mrs. Allison agprlevcdly, "that
if there Is one particular point of
)our reputation which Is specially
dear to you some perverso fate In
evitably leads you to' destroy It?'
"What n pessimistic theory," com
mented tho fluffy-haired blonde.
''Really, Celeste, )ou ought to take n
"My dear," said young Mrs. Allison,
loftily, "you mny sniff If you please,
but the next tliu yu cutch yourself
talking slang to Borne one who has
nlwnys spoken ndinlrlngly of tho pur-
Ity of your Kngllsh, or when next
you henr jourself making sarcastic
remarks to nn old friend who has
Haltered ou on tho beauty of your
disposition, just recall my tneory.
"Very likely I shall," Bald the fluffy
hnlred blonde, coolly. "Dut tell us nil
about your latest mishap and cast
your mind " '
"You see," snld young' Mrs. Allison,!
rolling up her embroidery, "there Is
nothing that tickles my nnlty so
much as to lmo any one compliment
mo on my sense of color harmony
which I Blibw In my clothes. Ktery
once In a while somo kind acquain
tance repeats to me some pleasant
remark on the subject made In her
hearing and chces me on.
"Only last. week I was told that. Mr.
Slowe that dark, aesthetic-looking
artist, you know had said I display
ed the nicest taste In color combina
tions ho had seen In America I pos
itively strutted for days after I heard
that." She sighed and stirred her ten
"Well," demanded tho fluffy-haired
blonde, Ipipatfcntly, "what troubles
"It was jesicrduy," said joung Mrs.
Allison, taking up her talq of woe
with resignation. "Tho left shoulder
of my new spring suit has necr been
just right, bo I decided to take It back
to the tailor and seo It ho couldn't
fix It I wanted to wear It to n recital
last night and thought It I took It
down myself directly nfter luncheon
be might get It dohe In tlmo. ou all
know that suit," she added. "Ilrlght'
cobalt blue you remember? chiffon
The others noodetl.
"Well," went on tho Ictlm of cir
cumstances, "It was a warm day and
my bjuo cloth dross to the suit was
too heayy and I wanted to go straight
frpm tho tailor's to an afternoon af
fair. at (ho ( Lloyd's', so I put on my
cofa! foiilnrd, and carried tho bluo
cput. 1( looked horribly, but the tall
pr's wasn't far off and I decided to
or s wu
ud, un y nun .vi.Mj lu mail, 1'iuiuci
Allison ran across, looking hurried,
and with her hcllotropo wrup over one
"'Celeste,' she sajd, 'I remembered
that you were going to tho tailor's
this ufternoon nnd I thought I'd ask
you to take this with you and have
him put on new buttons. I've Just
discovered how worn they aro nnd he
can't match It .without the cfllor,.' "
Young' Mrs. Allison paused tragical
ly. t'JOf course," went on the Injured
on'e with forced culm, "of course, I
took them both! When I got on the
car with my coral gown and my bright
blue coat and Mother Allison's helio
trope wrap, the conductor looked as
If he wanted to laugh. I'd hae com
plained to the company If he had, iuy
nerves were so ragged! I went In
and took the only vacant Beat and
when I looked up It was to recognise
tho nesthotlc Mr. Stowu beside met"
Sho pasued again. Thero was n
murmur of sympathy from her listen
"I couldn't get up nnd Jump off the
car," she went on, "so I sat and an
swered Mr Stowe's polite remarks
and Ignored his shocked glances How
I haled that man for daring to evlst!
I was painfully uwaro, of course,
that my rainbow clo'thea mado im
complexion u sickly green, but I was
too mad even to explain to him!
"Mr Slowe assisted me off the car
Thoroughly competent soda water
man, as manager. uivo iuii par
ticulars, stating experience, age,
safary references, etc., company
suiplles house, etc. Apply Llhuc
IcovCi, IjlliUe.aWl.. 4727-tt
Tor the oth'cV'IstSi'i'ds, h bookkeeper;
may bo married' It wifo will teach
school Application, In on n hand
writing, "N. N.", this orflce.
Everybody to use the large nickel
pad for school and figuring use.
T.wo hundred sheets of good paper
for Ave. cents, at this office, tf
Have your hat cleaned by the Expert
Hat Cleaners, 1123 Fort St., opp.
Club Stables. licit workmanship;
no acids used. 4669-tf
One Becond-hnniKcnglue; turning
lathe, 20-Inch swing, In good con
dltlon. Address "A. C", this of
GOO watches that do not keep time.
Wm, Prucha, expert watchmaker,
Alakea street, near Gas Co.
General store man and solicitor.
Give age and experience! "Y.",
Cashier. Must understand typewrit
ing. Apply Wall, Nichols Co ,
Anything of value bought for cash.
Address or call 1117 Fort strceH
Clean' wiping rags at the Bulletin
Milliner at K. Uyeda's hat store.
A slncle man With experience as
mercnntllo and plantation book
keeper Is open for nn engagement
Ilest of references can he furnish'
ed. Address "A. S.", llulletln of
Japanese Cooking School. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M.
Uatxle, 1467 Auld Lane. Tel. 1664
About ten minutes run from the
Halciwa road, ., a .largo, duct)
thirst, nt the Walpahu Exchange
Finder please leave It there.
Draft on r A Schncfer & Co, Ltd
by Pnclftc, Sugar Mill, Number
2290, for lG".2r, has been lost arid
raiment stopped. 4727-3t
Pair of gold link cuff-buttons, mark'
od "13. O. II " G reward If re
turned to steward, steamship Si
McCluro's and Everybody's, both, one
5 ear, S.2; Woman's Home Compan
ion nnd McClure's, $2; Delineator
nnd McClure', both, one year,
St. 70; Everybody's, Dollneator s'nd
McCluro', 2.G6j McClure's, Wo
man's Home Companion. Delinea
tor, $2.65. qahu , Subscription
Agency. P. O. Box 200. 4721-tt
MISS RAY D, BELL Teacher of
Elocution, Oratory, Physical Cul
ture and Voice Culture. Studio
1259 Lunalllo street. Phone 1342.
Around tho Island, four or more pas
sengers, $6 each. Independent
I Auto Stand, Special rates by the
hour. Phone 2609. 4677-tf
For hire, seven-seated Packard:
phone 2611. Young Hotel Stand:
qh.a, Reynolds. ,, s 4540-11
Japan ess. Employment Association
Aiaunaice near assi -imaior. urn
un Phone 2697 Is you want a
cook, good boy or servants.
City Clothes Cleaning Co , No. 4 i
sonle Temple, Alakea 8t. Clothes
' called tor and delivered.
Vt list; Xee-Tlumber and TiiikitiL
Bmlth St., bet. Hotel and Pauakl.
with eluborto courtesy when I came
lo iny cornor, and I ran ull the way
to the, tallQr's."
Tho fluffy-haired blonde smiled
broadly, "I shall wear a pastel shado
wheji he calls on me next," she re
marked "As for me," Bald nilii(; Mrs Alii
fnn, dlsgustedl), "I. never want to nej
him again In fact, I never shall see
him whon I meet Mm, I think It was
most ungentlemahly of him to be on
Large, elegantly furnished front
room, suitable for one or two gen
tlemen; walking distance from
town; private residence. Address
"D. S'", llulletln' office.
AW'U. . .
Hotel Delmonlco; umlcr new man
agement. Ilooms by the da)',
week or month. 130 llerctaula
street. Reasonable rales.
On Alcwa Heights, about October 1,
a cottage. W. L. Kalon, llulletln
office, fro 12 to 1. 4717-tf
Two furnished rooms. . Apply UxJ.
O. McDonnell. HH Emma 8.
COTTAGES FOR RENT.
Klcgant, new, furnished nnd unfur
nished, at Walklkl llcach Good
bathing and boating Crcssat)'s,
2011 Kalla )td, (next Cnssldy's).
ROOMS AND BOARD.
THE LKLAND," C27 llereianla nve
nue. Mosqulto-proof lannl rooms,
with or without board. Kver thing
modern; moderate prices. Central
location. Phono 1308. Mrs. H.
Dlnklage, prop. 4711-tt
Cool furnishes rooms and cottages,
with board. 1C34 Nuuanu Ave,
near School St. Prices moderate.
The Transo 'envelope a tlme-savlntf
Invention. No addrsulng neces
sary In sending out bills or re
ceipts. Bulletin Publishing Co.,
sole agents for patentee. tl
One No. 1 Ransome concrete mixer
No. L-22C (new), complete, with
trucks, etc, I!., S. Gray, 532 Fort
, Btreetj-P. 0.sllox G49.
Racing sulk), phaeton, riding saddlo
and bridle. Address Mr. Kelly,
rare this paper, or telephone 24171
Selected Caravonlcn wool tottou
seed. A. V. Gear, 1214 .Fort St. .
P. O. Box 404. 4693-tf
Single-cylinder, canopy.top Oldsmo.
bile; SCO. Address "Olds,'' this
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin office, tt
PIncctnr Sales Co.'s office, 8GG Kaa
humanu (upstairs); tcl. 1144. M. ,
K Covington, sales mgr.; 10 to 11
nnd 3 to 4 dolly. 4720-2W
EYE EAR NOSE THROAT
31-32-33-34 Young Building
DR. ROGERS... ...11 to land 3 to 9
Sundays 0 to 11
Other Hpurs by Appointment
When your eyes tire after reading
a short time, they need attention.
ALFRED D. FAIRWEATHER .
MANUFACTURING OPTICIAN '
Fort Street Harrison Block
175 BERETANIA STREET
S. . IiiicsLs
Masonic Building, corner Hotel and
The best Lenses in town to fit
For September ,
HEAR THEM '
And1 OTHER PIANOS
Tlinyor Piano Co.
150 Hote St. Phone. 2313
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