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T n , Mrv.rm- vnv 1 1 into
Alfred D. Ooopor ,
Hawaiian Stocks and Hands ,
liourjiit ami Sold
307 JUDD BUILDING
Telephone 2180 P. 0. Box C07
THIS season you'll find a new model
in suits here, made by Hart
Schaficner efc Marx, the
Shape-maker. The trousers can be
worn without suspenders with no
danger of slipping down. It's the best
thing done in many years in clothes
designing, and nobody but Hart Schaff-
ner & Marx has done it.
And tills i.s the place to sec
it. We want you to see it
Suits, $20 to $35 Overcoats, $18 to $30
Williamson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
83 MERCHANT STREET
P. 0. Box 528
i yE i
When we sell HANAN
Shoes no argument of past
performances ate needed, for
they are more superior today
than ever before; and there
never lias been a period in
their history when any oilier
shoemaker classed with them.
JAS. W. PRATT
("Pratt, the Land Man")
125 Merchant Street Honolulu
80 BL 100 FEET
Excellent Building Site
ON KALim ROAD
Macadamized Streets Electric. Lights
and Water No Stone Fine
PRICE, $275j-EASY TERMS
TRUSTS. REAL ESTATE AND
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets
$ 200 '"'no !-' at l'mimil nvcmtn,
noiir Country Club; 30x103.
-$ 200 ach Two Loin at Wiilalao
Heights, partly Improved, near
car line; 30x100 each.
$1300 I-nrgo llnuso ami corner Lot
at Wlnnni avenue, KnliiuiKI;
11.4 JO square feet. Original
cost over 13000,
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Waity Building 74 S. King Street
Stop Paying Rent
H.vVAIIAN REALTY CO,
Phone 2553 83 Merchant St.
$500 to $15,000
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
83 Mei chant St. Telephone 278(1
C. L. HOPKINS
Systematizcr, Notary Public, Agent
to Grant Marriage Licenses, Hawai
ian Interpreter and Translator
OFFICE Judiciary Bide. HOURS
0 a. pi. to 4 n. m,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
INTERPRETER, NOTARY PUBLIC
Office Corner Hotel and Sm'th
Streets. P. 0. Box 940. Phone 238Q.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r of Denis for California hub
Hew York: NOTARY PUBLIC
Grant Marriijie Limine; Drawi
.Mnrtgait'i. Deeds. Bilk of Sale
(Leases. Wills, Err. Atlnrnet for thi
DlsWej fimirtu fR METWANT ST
HONOLULU. TH0NE 1310.
Fort, above King
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER & SUPPLY CO.. LTD.
Fort and Queen Street!"
GEO. G. GUILD Manager
CTART a. Savings
J account with us
today. We welcome
small deposits as'
well as large ones.
4 1-2 per cent, in
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Capital and Surplus:
FIRES or other disasters may take
your VALUABLE PAPERS any day.
Why not rent a
Trust Co., Ltd.,
023 FORT STREET
M. VIERRA, Prop.
llluuk bookn of all sorts, lerigma
etc, nmnufuc'Mrcii hy tint II u 1 1 n 1 1 1
Honolulu Stock Exchange !
Mmulny Nov 1 1. (
0. til ewer A: Co ,.
Uwa I'lnntnllnn Co
Hawaiian Agrlc Co ... .
Haw. Com &S-iig Co ..
Hawaiian Fusar Co . ..
lUiniiimi Rnzni Co
Honofc-in Pug-tr Co
Haiku "Jug-ir Co. . .
I Hutchinson Pi;zurl"nnl.
Knliiiku I'lniiluMon Co. ..
Kekiihn Sugar Co
Kr.lna Kurnr Co
Mcllrydc i-'ugir Cn
0:ihu Sugar Co
Onomea Siiftnr Co
Olaa Fiianr Co. I.til
I'.inuliatt Hurwr IMnnt. Co.
I'opreken Sugar Co
rinni-cr Mill Co
Wnlaliiti Aerlc. Co .....:
Wnlliiku S.igiir Co
Wnlmnunlo Hi.irnr Co
W.ilmraSuga Ml,' Co. ..
IiiIit-IhI mil Hli'am N. Co.
Hawaiian Lkctilc Co. ..
Hon. II T. I Co 1'iof
H.ni. lt.T. fcl. Co Com.
Mutual Tclepbonv Co. ...
Oaliu II. & I. (To
Hllo It It Co., I'M
1 1 Mn It. It. Co., Com ...
lion,. 11. AM. Co
Hawaiian l'inenpplc Co. .
Tnnjniig Olok U.C.. ikI up
do donss.G."., pel..
1'iiliiing Ituli Co. (I'll)..
I'.iliune " (Ass. n imj
1 1 30
Ilnw.Tcr.ir (I'li-eCI.) ..
Haw Tor 4', X
Ilnw. Tcr.34X -..l
Cat. licet Hug . lief. Co. (,
ll.imakim llltrl' di.,
Upper Dltoh Cs
Ilnw. Irrtn. Co. (is . ...
Haw. Com. Sue Co a',i
Hllo It. II. Co. Issue l!llll
Hllo It. II. Co, Con. f.Z ...
Hotiokan Sugar Co..,(iV ..
Hon. n. t. &i, co.ii,; ...
Kimal Ily Co. fin
Koliala Ditch Co. fin
Mrllrj do BiiRar Co. da ...
Mutual Tel. (Ja
Oa!mlt,tl.. Co. s;;
Oaliu Sugar Co &
Olaa Surar Co C
1'ac. Sub. Mill Co. fix
Pioneer MIII.Co. C,
Wnfal'ia Agrlc Co. 3 ...
fl.MKS Ilotwccn noanln: 75 Plo
no r JISHj 23 Plonror, JISO; 2." Haw.
C & S. Co., $31; ISO Haw. Sub. Co.,
J.13.-.0' ISO Haw. C. ft 8. Co., 131.
HMsInn Bales; 100 Oaliu Sus. Co.,
$20.23; H Olnn, $1.23.
Lafest sucjsr quotation 3 80 cents or
577.20 per ton.
Siiger, 3 86cts
Beets.Js II Hi!
H WATEH1I0USE lig (0.
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
STOCKS AND BONDS
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
Stock and Bond Broker
Mtmljer of Honolulu Stock and
Campbell Block, Merchant Street
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
StinRenwnld Bldp;., 102 Merchant St.
CI.UVIII.ANI). Oct. 23. Too lato
for Iho census, hut earnpatly (loin1;
hup Ehnio In CIcvcland'B reinarknhlo
Kinwlh. Mib. William n. Clark, .i
l.akeHlito mciimi inatrou, hccanio tho
iiimhcr on Friday or hor third net of
lilplcta. Today, huay at her liniia". i
work, she showed tho fnmllily lllhto,
uhlrh IUil.iycd llm fact that clui Is
alio tho mother of four pairs of-twlns,
anil Ihat nho herself Is tho only sis
pr of tw nly hrnlhers. j
Two pairs of IwIiih nnd'iino sot of
tilplets were hoin diirlnK Mrs. Clark'a
llrst ni.irrl.iKc. and the remainder of
suventneu (hlldieu cimo In Kroupsi
during her uccoud inairlagu. '
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Amos, Jl prr hour. Lewis tfmlili-H. j
A cool hecy nt iho Am hur Hiilonn
curio den. lion t roi'u it.
II jour hurt-o or I"K is sick. A. K.l
Uownl, I). V. S. l'hoiie :i.:i.
I.lueus In D.iMKi.ki una Napkins.)
Hjcclal vn.lip at .lonl.ui . I
You'll llku It. The Owl Clear, lli-si
llocent cli?ar made. Ask our deal
er for tho Owl.
Oiiliu's prison llkt wns ndded to yea-tcnliiy-liy
llireo prlsoneis rnuu Knual,
linms;lit inor hy Olllccr Mlmlcllu.
Chief KiiKlnocr Cliuuh or l!io Va.
lilltU Mill, Maul, cam, in town jester
day. Ho wilt I el in ii li'iinc on I'll
day. Hllo "la nursliic an am-Midmcnt tii
tho Coun'.v Act Willi h si mils for Rlv-
It... ,1. A u .M. I.... r . , .1
...h ... ..,.... .-., ...... ,...rH uiaioii
I'ny cash and ask ror Kreen stamps
They're frco Cull at the'shnw rnrnii'.
.ind see what you get free for
A ery HwnRX(r Ill'iik Satin I'imip
nt $3.00 Iho pair are Ik'Iiik shown n
III Alanufaetiircrs' Shoo Co., Id.".!1.
For distilled water. Hire's Inol
lleer and nil other populnr drinks
UlnK up rhone 2171. Cousolhlated
There, Is no idrjisanlcr rl.ln. for nuo
to take than that o
cr the road that
o tunonllKht addsl
leads In Ilalclwa. Tho
... .,. ..
HI IIIC pirilHIHO. t
Tho Htaiiillnp; Conmilttro of Central'
Union Church meets nt 7:30 this even !
Ilitr It, ll.n f.l...Kl. .. .ulr.B n-..nn.. .... '
r ,. iliu , lull. I l..,.li. t.ll.M. Wilt,
wish to J(ln th" Church nio welcomo
The Tax Office Is not required to
notify you of the amount of your tax
es. The safest way Is to call at the
Tax Office and ascertain what. If any
taxes, you owe.
I'utliy counts for much when It np-!"'h h la the. Chlncso f.twirlto con
plies to food. The merlin you Rot at fo-'lmi.
Iho Metropolitan are freo from fly The first shipment of catio arrived
Miecs. Itomcnthei- that when you nro I Sunday from Now Orleans and every
preparlnr; for dlhner. Chinaman In Chicago came tn Clark
Dress Roods aro now sollliis at stru t In RorRc himself ou tho sweet-
Rientlv reduced prices nt Ynt Ulna's,
In im.lrrv riwitt, f,.- l.n 1.1. ....... i.n,i.t... '
... ....., .,..,, ,. ,,u- ,,,rt llt. nun.., in
clude. Moicerlzed dress r(k)i1 reduced
from sdlliiK price nt ono third off.
In the "flrahowsky" motor truck
Iho eiiRlno nnd transmission nro as
semhli d on n suh-frame which Is In
dependent or the car franio members.
Sen tho Hnnnliilit l'owor'AVnKnii Co.
Woik on Iho Haj'lil Transit's spur
track nt Knpnliiilu Is fn?t t.ilctsiss
h-ip" The RrndlnR Is ncarlyllnlshed,
'ho switch has 'heen placed and tho
rails and ties aro on tho ground ready
for use This spur track will tap a
Ids hill of cond.iiavlliR rock,
The Hllo Tribune mentions tho fact
of the dlseoieiv of a monster cavo
six miles fi nin Talma. The Japanese
mm! hitllilets who dlsenveie.l It
IhroiiRh blasting entered It fur some
threo thousand rect, flndliiK nfany
CARD OF THANKS.
IMwln K. IVnnmles! wishes to ex
tend his hearty thanks to IIiomi who
voted for him nnd assisted him In
tho Into election.
! S- 5- n ! !
f NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Every copy of the Even
ing Bulletin served on
the city carriers' routes should
reach the subscriber by 0:30
p. m. Subscribers who fail
to receive the pa,icr by tliis
time will confer a favor upon
the Bulletin circulation
department by telephoning
complaints to 2250. A special
messenger will deliver, the
Bulletin after this hour
when name and address of
subscriber are given.
., . .. . j. . .. ....:..:. 4. 4. ,
W e e I I j II 11 1 1 0 1 1 11 (I per J car.
man Juit fiiim Coist well cdu
dited -would lllio 'pine employ-
Itt It II t I Liul il iiir.nnii.ir,. mi tit
"" ' iifi m ii-ivivntt.it un i
rlinrnctur. AiMrvHH 'V caro
Utlllotlli. 477 I -lit
A pnrkaeo rnnt.iliiliiR Bilks, emhrold
ciles, etc. Ilmlur l(-'luiil to Peo
ple's HxprchH Co., is" .Merchant.
T. x leeclpt hook. Ililni; to Tnx Of
llco mid rccelvo reward.
,u ti liarKiiln. inreo nine room house
mill lot, off Kalakau.1 avenue, near
car Hue; I liedrooms, 2 illnlUK
inonnt, hath, cte., servants' itiar
ters, outsldn hath and niito shed:
elo trie llRhts, mid nil furnish.'.!,
leady to move In. $2230. "N.
H. I).". Ilulletln offlrp. 477S-2t
Hi.ddlo and drivlnrr horse, phaeton
liiiRRy and harness. Apply cor
ral, Marino llattnlliin, 477"-It
" FOR RENT.
St"'" aml m os' b1"b1 ,,r c" lt0''
T",l' tiulldluK. Meichnnt and
Alakea. II. i:. I It-n.It t k.
"SWEET TOOTH" TOO
CHICAGO Oct. a.URar cine
da ' was ohserved In CIiIc:iro es-
. , , .. ... ...
torday hy the consumption of more
than a ton of tho saccharine article,
"Chinamen seldom eat candy,"
said Krank Woy, tho Mayor or
Chinatown, "but 1 never knew ono
who wasn't crazy about sugar cine.
Tin- Hist shipment, which usually
arilves about November 1, Is mix
lonely looked for by my country.
A dozen f tores on Clark street
, had cane on salo tiiday, and there
IEI1 1 11 lllllli nr II leu, 1 110 prices rireei. ivc.iuh nail piumicii n kci
vary according to thn size of the rich -quick scheme, but lied Just as
ntnlk, Some of tbuni cost forty the ROlden harvest beRan pouring In.
cenls. 1 ntn two of tho forty-cent Over 200 letters, euch supposed to
ilze mypolf. contnln J10, wero seized. !
"Chinamen have a weakness for Tho man rented the otllcc on tho
chccolale I cream soda, perfumed second floor about three weeks apo.
hoap. sugar c.ino and having their He then went through tho columns
photographs taken. I have seen my of a InrRii number of out-of town
countrymen spend $13 for soap to newspapers and read the obituary
take hack to China with them. It notices. Next tho following letter
Is nothing unusual to see a China
man buy perfumed soap at twenty
flvn nnd fifty cents n cake. Some of
them take a truiikful of It bark to
China when they ro on a visit."
That thn nalUes In Ilahl.i aro far
moie immiino In yellow fever than tho
foiclgu poiMilallon Is pnned hy tho
'net that of tho 172 cises recorded in
IDiifl. 73 per cent woro nmong foreign.
rs, who r present not more than 3
per cent of Iho total population. Of
ill tho eases of yellow fover in 11a-
''!ila last year 31.08 per rent resulted
' , In death.
H Health cnndltlonn were unsallsfae.
" tn v during Iho year because of the
j prevalence, of smallpox, huboulc pla
'v gun. and olfow fover. Tho dentil
-.. rale h'isel upon an rsllmated popu
a lallnii of 2R0.OOO, was 20.1 por 1.000
o (uh'ihl'nnls. Tho total number nf
.' dcnlhs registered during IfiOD wns fi.-
K30, an compired wllh 3,731 In 1 '.MIS
and 1.003 In 1007. Of the deaths. 32K
wero duo to siiiallM)x, 111 to huboulc,
nlasue, nuj 93 lo yellow fever.
.RULES OF CHICAGO WIFE ,
r-UK UUUIMI bbAUr-UKI
i Titled Husband Agreed to Obey
I TIigih After His Accident
Wife Still in Hospital.
CIIICAC.O, Oct. 21. SccretR In tho
IIU'S of Count do Ilcaufort auif his
American wife- formerly Miss KHrdI
leu, wlin Is In St. I.uko Hospital suf
forliiK from n hrokeri Ick and arm,
tho cause of which Is n mystery, wcro
revealed today hy Iho servants of tho
." Theso rovelatlens Ihrfw new llrthtj
on the recent accident to the .Count
l In Now York.
I The Cdim'. who Insisted Ihat he
i j feM from hli ho's'. nevertheless
IniJ'ceil '(i rn'es the Countess and Mr.
MIIK.IIH'H l.illl IIHHII U 11, lll i:'llll t.
.. ,vel ns to the nlace lloh. his doK.
Oinul.l neeiir.v In the flllRalleii home.
Then 1'r- w-s nl'owed to neeompany
hln wlfo nml fallrr-ln-law hack to
The -i f's sn to tho rtc weret llnli
nM'" H"e In Hi'1 Inwrnent. unl Un at
Irvioi - e.iter 'ho liousn under nny
rlfriuiisinne i iii Im fed In tho
innn "on In the Cfimt's den, or In
tin- kltchm nnd not'ildo In I lie aulo
As to the Count theie rules wero
made: ' J
He iiinsl not lnleirere wlin the scr-
Ho must not Instruct the roich-
man. Hie huller, tho stcnoRrapher nt
Hie olllce. the maid, the jiorter. or In
terfere In any way with Iho work of
Tho rook, .Anna Iloek, left, how
- - - " ;, ""- - ;
,' , ,,. . . ... i
colore!, loft some tlinp n"0. I
. ,, ,. ,. '
ever, shortly after Iho Count's return
Tim Count ntul Iho Countess often
had "stints," II wns said, hut they
soon "klsse.l and made up."
BRAND NEW SWINDLE ON
RELATIVES OF THE DEAD
Letter Writer Wbo Offered
Diamond Rings for $10 Flees
Before Raiders Appear.
Ni:V YOUK. O't .10 A brand
new swill. lie was discovered yester-i
day when Inspector M. II. lloyle of
the I'ostolllco Department made n.
near raid on tho nlllco of Henry 1!.'
Kemio at No, 2f Baat Kourtecntli
wns sent, nddiereed to tho dead
"Dear. Sir: You aro nwaro, no
doubt, that the final payment of S10
on the diamond ring you purchiiped
frutn me Is now In arroars. I would
bo pleased to bnvo you remit tho
remaining Instalment mid I will fnr-
wnri' ' J'"1"' rl"K- T,1 payment,
Is now several months overdue, nr-
cordlnj; to our agreement, hut I will
agiee o extend tho tlmo ten days
from date, ir tno ring is not. pnm
for by that time 1 will havo to (loso
your account and place tho lug
back In stock. I have your ring
rendy for shipment and will forward
It Immedlalely on receipt of your
remittance. Yours truly,
"II. II. KKANR."
The relatives of thn dead man In
mint rases saw a rlianea to get, n
flue ling by paying only $10 and
many replies were received. Ko.ino
became nwaro that tho Inspectma
were rhndowlng the plnco nnd in
fused tn call for his mail. The In
rpeclom walled n week, then seized
the mall and turned It over to the
dead letter olllce.
Weekly II u 1 1 e 1 1 n (I per year.
TO DIE OR RUN AWAY;
WHICH IS KING'S DUTY?
Paris Papei Gots Notable Opin
ions on the Propiioty of
King Manuel's night.
I'AHIS. 0(t. tr.. Its I.lbson cor.
rcsitoudclit havlnir telecr.nilieil that
King Manuel wns cngur lo le.ivo-lils'f(
capital when bis throne was threat-J
eiied, the nuwspapcr Matin has gath
ered from noted persons their nptn-jl
Ions of such a disposition In n eov
crelgn. ' ''M
ran 1 iiourger, mi "immnrini, says.
he can not clvn 1111 oulnloii until ho'i
knows aM the fats, but ho confesseAj
too great admiration for Maniiel'sJ
uncle, the Duke of Orleans, everS
to Judge nny one rn near thn Duke,.
us Is the Jmiiig exiled King. '
CountcBS De Mnrtcl, who Is fJiuoual
ns "Oyp," writes: V
"Tho ntlltude of the King of Por
tugal? Why. It In pitiful, heartsick'
enlng and normal ; more Orleans
than a llraganzer, he follows trad I -'"l
Hon. He Is worthy of his rimhI
grnuilfii lh-r, King l.ouls l'lilllppe.'
lie wants his cake In security."
1'lerre Wolff, a iilaywrlr.ht, con
tents himself with this: "I would
have been embarrassed In his pliicu.
Henry Ilatnllle sas:
"livery right shoiihl'l.e respected!1
tl-cfe of K-oplea iui thnse nf liidl
liluals. However, every victim i
this right justly exercised Is pitiable.
Logical thought salutes tho hangman?
but the heart cries out and would
S'lvc the victim. How nro you tot,
get out of Hint dllllculty7 Tills is
nil I have learned from life."
Ilerlhn Il.idy, mi actics.i, writes
"Tho truth Is men ought to show
more heroism, hut there Is not n v,o
man who would not x.iy, save uur-j3
relf, little Kliig.' " ' M
llaron Dertoiirnelles do Constant,'
a winner of tho Nobel peace prize.
tnkis this view: , y
"The King shiiuld have aliJIratjB
ed. We aro no longer In n tliuq
when one guards his throne as he
does his wife, by force. When dlf
vorce Is Incvlt.ihlo one nli only say.
'Adieu.' What would he have galnd
ed If he-had had Ills fi lends mid sub
Maurice llnrrcs, u the l-ronclij
Academy, puts It thus:
"There aro duties and profession
nl risks to which ono must be falth-j
nib even to the ntul. What remains!
lo bo known Is this, was there niinj
regiment leu 111:11 suouicu -vivo iu
Louis Hlerlot says In brief that U
Manuel bad tho courage of aviators
like Latham. I.eblaiie. I'niilliau nnd
Chaves, ho never would hnvo lledjl
"It wns his duty to dlo If neces-i
NEXT TO TUBERCULOSIS "'
Heart Disease Ranks Second
Among Causes of Death
WASHINGTON, O t, 27. Heart
discard ranked so'oud only tn tuber'
miosis of the Iiiiirb ns thn prlnrl
uril p.ti.kjt of ilpntli flnrll.f- 1 flll'J
ainung the gainfully employed ninlel
t.ort'niiK In the United states death
registration area, which coniirlsei
moru than half of tho estimated pop
illation or tun country, according t
figures Issued today by tho Census
The percfliilnKe of deaths causertj
hy heart disease was 11,9, belntf
highest among men employed 111 do?
nestle and personal service diirlinjl
iii() seierni ago peuous iroiu aj.jUj,
f. I, but between tho latter nge nnd
fi I, greater among men encaged
agricultural pursuits than In miyj
other of thn five clash's Into whlr-hS
thn o icuiMlluna have been divided,
fiwf "For Rent" cards on sal M
rio uuueiin nines.