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BVENINO BULLETIN, IIONOLULUT't. If., ntllUY, OCT. 30, 1003.
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,0'UCKEI) FLOUNCE 91.25
HEMSTITCHED IXOUHCE . . . '. Sjil.75
WAS BANDS AND CORDED RUFFLES $1.50
MAS BANDS AND HEMSTITCHED KUIFLES . . . .$1.75
L'lAS BANDS COKDED AND HEMSTITCHED
FLOUNCE . $2.50
SHIRRED AND HEMSTITCHED FLOUNCE $2.75
Black Alpaca Skirts
$3.75 TO Sj55.nO "
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DON'T MISS THE 75 SHIRT WAISTS.
Good India Linon
TillMMED IN TUCKS AND EMBROIDERY; THE LATEST
STYLE. THESE WAISTS ARE EXCEPTIONAL VALUES.
N. S. Sae&s Dry Goods
s Co., !Ltd.
.Owing to the constant increase of our business
calling for service- by wagon wo And it accessary to
limit the hoars during which wo will receive orders for
delivery in the morning. Complaints have reached us
of the failure of our drivers to deliver meat in time to
be cooked for the midday meal. To better the con
dition nnil eliminate such complaints wc ask your as
sistance toward a better service to the extent that you
telephone your orders in the afternoon or early even
ing, or leave si lenucst that you be called before that
hour and your order taken by our representative .in
the oflicc, Wc cannot under any circumstances guar
nntcc morning delivery of goods ordered after 8 a. m.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
To Typewriter Operators
Use nothing but
Remington Carbons and Ribbons
as they are THE Standard for Quality in every respect.
Call in and see the new
Remington Adder fc Substraotor
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., Ltd. - 931 Fort St.
EXCLUSIVE TERRITORIAL AGENTS FOR THE REM
INGTON (TYPEWRITER CO., OF NEW YORK.
On Our Easy-Payment Plan.
BERDSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, Id.
Foit St. just nbove King,
BRYAN AND TAFT
Remarkable Scene When
Chicago, Oolohcr ?. V it. llryan
nml W, II, Tnfl, llval eitllilldatcs for
tlio rrcidilency (if tlio tJnllcil Slntei,
met tiniip.lit at the annual banquet of
tlio Chicago AHvuclallnu (it Cniiinicicc.
Urynn, having been lit Olilrattci nil ilny,
nn (111! Illfct In iirilll'. .IlldtUl 'lft do
llvcicil a speech at 0u oiviilng of the
IJocn Wilier W.tys Coucnllini In the
roionoon, wo'.H l (Iiik'Bl)lirg nml dellv
urod another millions dining llio ufter
nnosi nml returned In Chicago tonight
1 After tlio Ikiii'iurt wait well under way
intense inleii'sl In llm meeting had
been manifested since It first liccamc
known dial the two candidates were
to meet In public, anil oiory Kent In
three, linii'iuot hatlM at llm Audilorlniii
till own together Tr llm occasion, wiu
occupied when tlio llrst course m
boned, mo nnly a fconiinodluiia chair
reserved for .ludgo Tafl.
An uni-spllltiug Hhotit gavo wnnilnp
of the iirrlvnl of Judge Taft. llrjnn
In common with eicry one else, arose
ami look n stop toward the 'entrance
A lingo frame, moving llko n hIiI
mining a swnini of tugn, enmo sltiwl
up tho narrow nltlc between twr
lablos. Those nt n dlstnnco occasion
illy could catch it gllinpso of a smll
Imr fnco acknowledging greeting.
Ilrjnii, who had ceased tho destruc
tion of miiiio sort of chop sney mas
.lior.idlng under a French name I urn
oil Ills head slowly ni his political
rlvnl diew near Mulling slightly.
Bryan and Taft Meet.
Tho dramatic moment, which had
been anticipated with such deep Inter
est, was Boon ocr. Ilryan's hand
iw nlted that of Taft. A single linger
ing prcssiiie, n word or so. which nniif
could iiicihenr becauxo of tho tumult
Hid the Tlopuhllcan leader passed on
to a chair at the light of tho Hall, The
rheeiliiK continued for n minute or fc
iflcr thosu at the spenkeis' table hud
taken their scats. At tho flrst mo
ment tho iiolso subsided llryan, lean
ing to one sldo mid smiling broadly
risked Tuft If bo "Imd n good day"
Tills display or friendliness on the
part of the two candidates stirred Hit
.-lou'il In lencued chccilng and worih
belli;; ueless to tho illn, Tuft stmked
his throat for answer. Then Tuft
laughed ami the applause lucreaseil
"What Is the matter with lllll?'
cried some onu In steiitoilan tones.
"Ile'-i all right."
"Who's all right?"
"Hill's all right "
It took music by the oichestia and
song by sololstK to listoio u sem
blance of quiet.
When talk In ordinal-) Ioiicm became
possible, tho two candidates elittred
Into un animated coureisat Ion In
A-lilcli President Hall Jollied. The
speeches of both Taft mid llryan weie
tiou-parllsan. TIiIh'wiis in contonance
with the wishes of tho Chicago Asso
elation of Commerce, which is u non
Whtn the last course had been serv
I'd bolh of tho dlstliiKUlshcd K'lests
weie kept busj sIkuIhb menus which
vera passed up oer tho mat of or
chids In fiont of their sictlou of the
.Meanwhile tho banquet hall remain
ed In kooiI liatmed dlsnider. Tho or
chestra plned liicessnnlly, but the
music was almost diowned In tho ba
bel of shouts nml souks.
"Wo'ie Hero Ilecauao We're Here,"
wns tho f.-norlle.
"Dixie" Inspired shileks which up
patently wcio not for unjliody, but
nicrelj a symptom of tho prevailing
excitement. And IIiioiikIi It all the
two candidates laboied with hiiiIIIiib
fortitude, sIruIiik their names".
Tho tumult, which becan iinnn the
entrance of Jlr. Tuft, lasted piactlcal
ly without (essatlon for fortj-lho mlii-
iitcH. Willi nlisolutR Impaillnl Jmpulse.
PATIENT MAY GO
Nastine Treatment Did
Not Effect Full
Dr. McDonald ntid l)r Hoffman Raie
their report to the Hoard of Health
with roRnids to the leper patient w br
ims been uiiileiRiiliiR the Nnstltu
treatment nl the Itecnlvltu; Htntlon
They sluto (lint tln h.uo illsrnvcrcd
that tho patient still has tho germs nf
leprosy In his sjsleiu. Their report
wns as follows:
"Tho icsult of this examination
which wns conducted by.tho inclhmlr
used In examination fur commitment
was the follow lug
"Tho snip takm ftoin a modulo of
tlio lert car contains bacilli stnlnliiK
like tho bacillus of leprosy. There
wcio anesthetic ureas on the patlent'i
feet and luillils, mid u pionounccd ntro
ihy of tho Intcr-osseal muscles of lib
right hand and u thickening of tin
nones of both anus On the strong! I
of these fliiillugs we declare the sab
patient to ho a leper "
The patient mm wishes to go to the
Settlement, wheie ho can work and
iupport his w Ife 1 he matter has been
aken under adilseiuefnt.
LINER LOSES ANCHOR
IN OUTER HARBOR
Karly this morning tho Japancsi
liner Hongkong Marti had a little trim
'ito ill the haibor, nlilcn resulted In
tho loss of un anchor The shl
.hopped anchor In 12 fnlhonis ol
water. When she was ready to pro
ceed, the ste-im capstnn was sturteO
working, but Mimotblng went wrong
With u whirring crash the tnachln
ry stopped, and nothing would III
luce tho big engine again to start op
erntlotis. After fo-illng nroim fot
some time, tho skipper gao orders l(
cast off tho cablo and tho big ship
-nine into haibor minus 0110 of hoi
lleforo letting go the cable, a large
hawser was attadied and mi effort
will be Hindu this nfUrnonu to pick up
the missing anchor
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON BLDO,, FORT ST.
All of tho nppll
nucoH necessary to
cunlilo ono to. Keep
ono's iiiiIIh In pro
licr condition. Wo
havo Nail Flics,
Nail Powders, Or
nngo Wood Sticks,
and tho prepara
tions used by Man
leu res including
polishers. Co mo In
and look thorn
over without feel
ing that wo ex
pect j on to buy.
& Co., Ltd.
LARNACH WINS FIRST
CASE Iff JOURTHOUSE
Deputy Atloincj mineral l.arnacl
"lalms the distinction of winning tin
flrst Jury trial case In tho new conn
liouso at Wnllukii, Maul. It wns that
or a Japanese named Okiima, who win
accused of gross cheat, haling bought
-i watch at a plantation store ami lin
lug It, chin geil in another man, whoti
ho ropreswilcd himself to bo. Lai
uach won the caso for the Terrltor
with lljlng colors. Vivas ami C-ine.i
weio the uprising attorneys.
(Continued from Face 1)
morning, ami tbo.woik of drawing a
Jury was started.
Special Venire Cnlled
A special cull 0 nail lo ho calb-l
In order lo Ml out tho Jury. Chal
longo after (hallengo flew, nnd man
after man was excused for cuuse
Then when the JuijNhnd finally been
secured, Jlr. Laruaeli teamed that
one of the men on Unit body was at
that llino a guest or Knlun stajlnn
at his house, ami accepting his hitiuJ
t.illty. He thereforo mined for n ie
opening of the exanilnatlou of tlio Ju
rors, which wns allowed, 'and lit;
iniido Hiich a showing that the mini
was excused for cause. All day Mon
day and part of Tuesday was tuUui
up liefoio the Jut j- was finally filial
up. 1 .a ninth states thilt tho Jury re
cured was a good, representation
body of men.
Hot Contest Throughout
Tho tilal Itself wrns fought hard
although It seemed that Knlun would
undoubtedly ho found guilty from the
evidence advanced. Tho prosecution
closed Its enso on Wednesday and
shortly alteiward tho Jury was lor!;
ed up. ytimor hud It that nt one
tliiio tho Juiy Btood eight for convic
tion mid four for acquittal. Later
on it great (liango came over tho Jmv
and a verdict of acquittal v.-at
Of the Season
Seedless Raisins, Sultanas, Currants,
Assorted Candied Peels,
Assorted -New Nuts This Season's Crop
Mince Meat This Season's Pack,
Henry May & Co.,
Ltd., Fort Street
DELEGATE TO CONQRE6S
L. L. McCANDLESS
F. R. HARVEY
H. T. MOORE
E. M. WATSON
W. A. HALL
E. K. RATHBURN
W. K. AFUAKEHAU
EDWARD L. LIKE
JOSEPH J. FERN
H. N. CRABBE
JOSEPH U. KUHIA
W. H. HcCLELLAN
J. K. FAELE
A. V. PETERS
M. E. SILVA
CITY AND COUNTY 8HERIFF
WM. PAUL JABRETT
CITY AND COUNTY AUDITOR
J. 0. ANDERSON
The BOSTON has the tone and finish which men of
conservative taste seek in their foot-wear.
Cut from our special grade of flexible "shiny" patent
leather, and fashioned over a Repil Oxford last. No heel
slipping or ankle-japing in our Oxfords.
Our Big New Stock, I Here
See this shoe it is ont of the most shapely Regals
we are showing this season.
Expert mending done while you wait. Best materials
. used. , .
REGAL SHOE STORE,
CORNER OF KING AND BETHEL STREETS.
CITY AND COUNTY CLERK
OE0H0E K. LOWE
CITY AND COUNTY ATTORNEY
W. S. EDINQS
CITY AND COUNTY TREASURER
R. H. TRENT
DEPUTY SHERIFF, HONOLULU
CHAS. H. ROSE
DEPUTY SHERIFF, EWA
JOSEPH H. MAKANANI Jr.
DEPUTY SHERIFF, WAIANAE
R. L. OILLILAND
DEPUTY SHERIFF, WAIALUA
H. H. PLEMER
J. I. Silva's Store,
A HOTEL and TORT A
Tho pollco will iniiko n 8icclal cm
sado on wTgriintH who Btay on tho
Mrrots nflcr midnight, n niiinbur of
complaints having been mailo by res-
lanranl Heoiiyrs lo tho effect that
tliOHu Kcntlvmcn aro In tho habit of
stealing tho ihovIhIoiib hlch tho milk
man mid tho lirtiiilninu lu.-tvo nt their
loorH during tli tunall hourK of t Ito
Qy"For Sale" crd at Bulletin.
Several fine BUILDING
LOTS at PUUNUI above Li
lilm St. on proposed exten-'
sion of car line, good soil,
no rocks, unobstructed view,
cool and healthy. 50x105,
Price reduced to $150; $25
cash, balance $10 p. m,
P, E. R. Strauch
WAITYBLDG. . 74 S, KINd ST.
This sale applies only to the main
store at Elcele.
To make room for a consignment
of goods now on the way.
A Great Reduction
IN ALL LINES OF
These will be sold at
LESS THAN COST
ENGLISH TAILOR GOODS,
BOOT AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
At Sacrifice Trices.
ALL THESE TRICES STR'CTLY
A fine line oi Fancy Wines and
Liquors for the Christmas trade in
our Liquor Depattmcnt.
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlnn
Bulletin (jlvea a complete summary of
the news of the day,
Herring - Hall
No other Safe made toiay is so well constructed, so
entirely and absolutely PROOF agaimt fire and burglars.
And no other is so popular today with the business
men of San Francisco, who, since the big 'Quake, have had
good reason to know thhe relative merits of the different
Consider these facts when you want a safe.
Theo. H. Davies;& Co., Ltd.
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. F. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., 'Opp. W. 0. Irwin ft C ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crashed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc SAFE MOVING A SPE-CIALTY.
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
if it's painted by
The Paint Shop, . 134 Kiug St,
)lMlih'r:L:ahs-i-t - tJ :'."' .'
W. i. J