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nt r.vRNtNn iu'llctin. iioxoLttLti, t ii . vitmw. sni'T. to. mio '1: ft;' 'C. a r.iK i ' fc" I . fc7- ,1 A' Ki. . J"-: K y , m u- & WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd. .GREAT SPECIAL SALE of RIBBONS On MONDAY, the I9th we will place on sale 150 Sets of Dorothy Dainty Ribbons Each Box containing I SASH and 2 HAIR BOWS "" To Match Rcijular'price, $1.50; Reduced to 75c a box Also, a Donblc-Faced Two Colored FRENCH RIBBON in pastel shades, 5 1-2 inches wide a . ,,. bargain, at 25c yard v 'tmji"W. y mm III Tf"-'ri PHONE 21C0 S ightiSeeing' fra WILL LEAVE HAWAII rOHOTION i n A i I "Hnfc. Daily niil Ifl Un nm ;.uu a.m. Chai'Ko por Passenger, 51.00 Tallyho Stats 12 Pctsons Cnn Be Hired for $3.00 Per Hour For part.culare ajijily HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO., 875 South Street, nenr King. tf . NEW SHIPMENT OF Steamer Trunks, Leather Bags Suit Cases Fine and Strong , Chinese Camphorwood Trunks YEE CHAN & CO. CORNER KINO AND DETHEL KZAyi CHONQ CO. New Store Gent's Furnishings Hats & Caps Boj's' Clothing Comer Tort mid llcictnnm Sticcts f 'S III mmmmmm mmmm M M PHONE 2100 OS COMMITTEE HEADQUARTEnSj i " ' ' M0ANALUA OIL rA Oltj irEAi) m m Tr TiiAiLfnun mr 3 p. m Hiitrison Block tliyh Instruction Crmp. Colonel Ilit1I.it f . lit Hi 1 Ighih In fan(ry will open (lie Instruction t.iaa lumniiuw ut l"irt SliaMcr. Tliu following In announced for the riunp of distinction of liifiult) olll cots of tlio mgaiilrcd nillltlu. Teril tory of Hawaii, Hi do hold nt I'm I Sharter, Hcptombir 17-21: Satuiday, September 17. Arrlviil nml bcltlcnk'iit of oltk'ctu In c.iiui). 8: MO p. in. talk mi coutso or liisttuc lion an. I military depot tmctit. I.luutoii ant Colonel ilitllaiil. IT. H. A. Monde) S:(io it. tit.. Infantry drill, modi I rtmipatiy ami student oHIeeiH; lieutenant l'ui-doo, II. H. A. 1:(iO a. in., talk, 'Tollco iitnl Sanlt itltin;" l.lcutciriiit Sinllh, IT. K. A. 2.(10 p. in., tliu illlo iIIh cue. cleaning, etc ) and title lite; Lieutenant l'nrd c, V. 8. A. 1:110 p. in., Kiitiiniary court; Lieuten ant Colonel llullnnl, V. S. A. S:0il p. in . talk. "Field Work." Lieutenant Colonel lltlllard, U. S. A. ' Tnei-diiy 8:00 a. in.. Infantry drill, model company and student nlllcers; Went' limit 1'jiiIio. IT. S. A. l":0(l a. in., flrst aid, talk and deinoustrillon; Lieutenant Smith. IJ. S A !;oo p. in., company papers; Captain llnlbiook. if. S. A.' 8:110 p in., general court tnnrllnl; Lieutenant Colonel Dullard, U. 8. A. Wednesday 8:00 a. in.. Infantry drill, model company and student "111 cih; Lieutenant l'.ililcc. II. S. A. in. (() a. in , making and lea Hug maps I Iciilciiant Walklns, IT. S. A 12:00 in.. Inflection of menlK mid kilchins; l.lctiteii.ini Colonel Iliillnnl. 2:00 p in., company papers; Captain llol l)tKik. II. S. A. S:oo p. in.. willing orders: Captain Hollirook IT. S. A. ThuisiHy- X Mm a in.. Inr.inln ill 111. model coinp.ni and student officers; Lluilomint i'aid c f. S A Instinc Hon of adjutants In paper and prae JJ1 a 1'l-rt: iLYYLIYVLUO MM ON BOARD . ifin "-- . (Continued from Pure 1) (Conlinucd from Torc 1) cliidcilJs(lli-ii-l:if.,It(S('- ;"? 'M ho H rr",1J' '" ""I'l'ort tlio ticket. pletc the circle Tlie Vuty '''' '' "iLi.U f S ( twiifaiM t)ti aumnditlie, world. I Captain .Merlo Jf. JuhtTiJin' iff ' tlrV) lr audi Jlnii llf.W. Slqjr of Ban, RU 9infr Wil tVilf iifUhiwnlh returned l?l?l such aj'lM f he elasBcd Hfl slini-t limn tlttlt tllfiV UlIIV 113 "liowlyw'ed's?' "Tliftctli(n"wlth-.lr. und Mrs. Arthur llollldny, they, are iTiilnir to Australia. Dr. Seiner was fortuerly a surKcoii In the L'nlted Bl.ilei Army Mr. Holiday Is couiuct ed with tlio Hc.irHl newspapers Anollier bridal couple was Mr. ami Mrs. C. C I". Ilommcilleii. Ainont; the imKheiiRurH were tlio Ha waiian rlllc team, under Lieut. Col. J. W. Hhort and Jla). W. It. Itlley, com Iiik homo from the Camp lVrry shoot; (1. II. McClellan, secretary to Kuhlo; Mrs. C. II. Mcllildo and her jniiiiK K011, who Join Mr. Mellrlde In llouolu hir It. 1' Uuarles, the attorney, who Is talking of wlndiiiK up his affairs hero nmr qnlttliiK Honolulu; Sotuitor 1 tl. T. Moore, who Is on 11 IjuuIiicks ilp; William MiCullouith, 11 momlicr ot tlio New Zdilund legislative coun cil, who Is on Ills wnv homo with Ills ron John; tl. W. Ilurnett, a retired , 8,1 11 Kianclsco hiiulness man, mid 'Mrs. Iliirnctl, touilsts; .1. M. Oat und Mrs. Oat; the thieu Mlacos Kelly, of ; San l'"ranelsco; A. D. Castro, meiuhor ot the lloiiho ut tlio tuft session; nml I tl. (ieicovlcli, who eoinea fiom S.ui ' Kraucisco to Join a local music hoiiac , With tlio exception of tlio first day and nlKht, the weather was pleasant and the oyup,o fine. HAS FRIAR LANDS REPORT .Sccrilarj of War IMeMntiiii l.c,ne Manila fur llniiKkoiic;. MANILA. Sept. a. When Sucre taty of War DIckltiLon tilled for IIoiirKouk jelerduy ho took with It In 1 an extended leport embodying the answer of tlio Philippine govern munt to tlio charge made hy Itcpru Buntatlvu Mat tin of Colorado against i;. L. Woicceler. 11 uicmhcr of the I'hlllppluo (omiiiUsloii, und Frank W. Carpenter, executive fcecrctury of tlio I'hlllppluo govcinmuut, lit con uu tlou with tliu friar laud leases. Tlit leport Includes stuteiuuntb by (iovuruor tluncrul Korhes, Worceater und Carpenter. The Oovurnor-den- eial k.ib M.ii tin distorted the facti In older to dlBcredlt worthy acts and disagrees with tlio conclusion of the Congressman. ! Won est or atseiis that Martin sup pictn'd facts whlih, If mailu known, "wuiihl tuaku Ills iiiutuiitluus 1 Idle ii.uiiH," ami presented an ntteily lillsleaillni; view of the polity of t'lo goeiiiiui'iit relative to tlio filar 1.,11'Ik A girl's Idea of a good photograph Is 0110 that iltii'Kii't look much like hci Army and Navy : FoJk Are Doing j Ileal wmk. In (In rimp adjutant. In itinctlon of ,ipi,irli .masters In pape,' mid prattl6.il mirk. Lieutenant liii;; cm. t'. 8. A. Inmiuctlon of commis saries In papei nml piacllcal work; l.lciilemmt How. I'. H. A. 10:00 a. m, making an I leadings mips; I.Imi tenant WatkhiM, I-. 8 A. 2:00 p, in., lacllcal walk; l.li inenunt Colonel lliil lanl, U. 8. A. 8:00 p. in, talk, "What an 1 nfiuit r iii.in Slionlil Know About Cavalry;" Captain Hollirook, IT. 8. A. l'lldny 8:0" a. in. Infantry lustruc Hon, wagon p.i-klng, etc.; Lieutenant Pardee, II. 8. A Instruction of niljii tnnts In paper and pi u Ileal noil:; by Ilic camp ailjntatit Instruction o( iittiir teiiniiHleiH In paper and practical woik; liy,l.leiitcnant Rogers, U. 8. A. liiHtl itt'tlun of roiuiulssarloi In paper and piactlcal wmk: liy l.letilciiatit Hogcis, IT. S A. 1:0U a. in., map protdcin; Lieutenant-Colonel llnllard, IT. 8. A. 2.0(1 p. m.. Inrtlc-.il walk: Llifiteiiaiit Colonel Dullard, U. S. A. S:U0 p. mv "What an liifniitrjmnii Should Know Aliont Artllleiy;" Lieu-tenaiit-fo'oncl lliillanl. II. S. A. Saturday SM'O a in. imp prolilent; Lieutenant-Colonel Milliard, IT. 8, A.; 10:00 a. in., rlllc and machine guns lite; Lieutenants I'ardco and (lionlng cr. U. S. A. (HIlceiH on duty In tlio camp will tnetm and live In camp. llellcf from the duties and require' iiiciiIh of cniup will not ho granted except for tirp,cnt teasons. Tliu camp comniand' rs'u 1iciiiiIki;iiii for any officer to lio temporarily ah hent from camp will not lie required, hut except for urgent need stated lie foieliattil to tie camp cotuiuandcr. ah senco f i oni any duly or Instruction will he' ic:;.nited as iicRlect. The place of all asxeinhllos will lio nt the lionil of tlio cmip stret and the rdl wall hi ciH-d There will ho a formation on at drill. WITH MM ljt.iteiiliiiuto hlmsell 11 tirliio lroiu tin mainland 1iVwa.S the recipient of. many tonijriitttlalloiiH from iiih friends " Mrs. C II. Mellrlde anil child lire once more In Hawaii, arriving In the Sierra today. Mis. lircnren, wife of Opt. .1. C. Uireiien, tlio local pilot, leturued, much Improved In health. Judge It. I'. uar leu of the law. firm of Atkinson (c (luailes was tin arrival this iminilng. The Judge Is looking well ami seemed anxious to get to the Demociatlc convention. Mr. ami Mrs. Jus. Wakefield, who have been Visiting In Kuropo for tlio last six niotithu, icturned today. Mr, Wakelleld Is tlio head of the dry goods department of T. II. D.ivlca &. Co. (I. II. McClcllatl, secictury to Del egate Kalanianaole, wuh among the nrrlwilR. lio said that he had hcaid hy wiieless of the ro-noiuluutlon of I'rlmc Cupid. Tlio Slcriu brought t,ucn new auto mobiles, consigned to im Ilainm Yniiug Co ; one horse it 11 it four mon keys lor the settlement ut Molokal. Then) specimens ol the monkey tribe aro for experimental purposeb ut Mo lokal Tlio Hawaiian sharp shootcrH who letnrited from Camp Perry hy tlio Sierra today, aro Lieut. -Col. .1. W. Short, Major W. It. Itlley, who was accompanied hy his wile; Major Geo. ItiiK', Captain M. M. Johnson, Captain C M Costa, Captain H. Hopkins, Lieu tenant Lutliur Hums, Seigcan( W. II11I111I, Sergeant A. T. Uinglcy, Ser geant J. Slotio, Sergeant Silvu, Scr- Igcant S. I'lnal, Sergeant II. II. Wil liams, I'rhatu J. K. i:vaii3, I). K. Lemon. Among tlio innllhlnls who arrived today Is John McCullough, a incmhur of Hi 11 IIoiiMi of Iteprosentativos. Ho Is iiiroiupanleil hy his wife. He ox pects to lnlt the volcano soon. Dining the llrst day out from San Kianclrco, tlio Sierra encountered, n htroug gale, which uuhslded (ho fol lowing! day. Thq reiiiiUmlcr of tlio trip was pleasant Whllo nrurltig I In wnll lliui Slerru met itnd'p.ubed tliu Manchuria Ijtst night she met and passed the Wllhelmlua, which ropoi-l-ed ' ail well on hoard " CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Dears tlio Uluuutuiu of LjZttfy &tt: ,p i UjiMi ff(niilie -Ifuttlellelu-.i aaJBO iimiKer. ill' uauieior, innnm, LOST IN WEIGHT, FELT SMOTHERED, .HEART AFFECTED Characteristic Anicmia Symptoms in tlic Case i This Salt Lake City Woman Who Was Cured by the Tonic Treatment. 'To keep losing In hcaltli ami ttrcnjrth while money nml effort in roiiKtnntly litJliK cin'iit on ticiittiicnt is calculated to lifltiK iliniiiirnKi'ini'tit PM'ii to, the mutt I.UIH'flll. That miren'rn from nnninlc and ilehlli (ati1 1 condition') nn linmclit to tlio u-w of ilcspnlr When there is a rci in ily exactly mtileil for their treatlnelit is n path) tic fact n U sliown liy the exliericiice of MiM i:i!cn .Mnttis, of NO..W2 Wcet I'lftli Boittli ftrtvt, Salt fjikn City, Utah, who relates 1st exrierienee gladly in the hotic that others will lie lieljieil liy it. tihu favs: j ''I wm all run ilown, win thin and IhWIIcps and tin I no color whatcu-r. Two doctors treated me hut did not help me that I lould tco, I kcjit iinliiK in llesli nml weiixlit. t hnd sevcro pnlpitv lions of tlu heart nml ofU'ii liad to piiqi for hreatli for it seemed that I was liclng piiiothen1 1, my lieart would lical so fast. ! 1 lull no nps'lite nml the lcii-t exertion j tin I me nil out I Isvniue ilitnirnitiil with tnkiiii; so ninrli meiticinn. Then my motlier hi-unl of Dr. Williams' I'ink I'lile and uracil inu to try tin tu. .1 felt eonie iinpnucuicut from the Unit hox nml an 1 continue I to. ue tliein tpy Mtctmtli nml wiliclit Incmw; I and tuy color retiinied. I liei'mne real healthy Hvniii and I slinll nlunjs s-ak hinhly of tin- remedy." I Tiiin lilooil Is the Inii-t fretiuent rniiK! of dehillty. As the nipj.ly oi hlool sent to the liraln doe.4 not carry sulHcicnt nourMimeut the imtleut is dull and drowsy, the nenci Isfoiuo ttnrved and lucre are iimrKe.t ncmmi symiitoms. as tlio ldcvxl and nones control dlcertion the Ptoumcli sutrcrs from lack of tone and the ictim Ioi-h weight and rtremttli. Whfii(er u tonic l mwleil, Or. Wil liams' l'ml; I'ilN should lie picn nil itn neiliate trial. They quickly enrich the bloolnnd cie strctiirtli and health to every part of tlio liody. l'or this renson iney nao curiM anrcinin, ciuorosi', nicu inntisin, luuihao. cenurnl debility and the nftcr-eirects of (lie crip and fccrs. Dr. Williams' I'ink l'ilfs aro sold by all dnurxfott. or will lie fent, poi-tnald, on receipt of price, 60 cents per iiox; six boxes for ft! fiO, by the Dr. William! Jlcillcino Company, Schenectady, N. Y. lwM.l.n", Promolion People Ttilkccl of Posters and Civic Impcjuj.n It was 11 Slnw-'iiiMttiiSihiiitl tlw tnutleit'of lnrn who migia hu Induced to liiuo chulgo of Ihu I'loral I'ltraile. Nearly a doicu pojler designs have hucu riccived by (ho Conimltteo and a p.ut of tlio llnio jestcrday after noon was tipent by. the members of the (ominittee In comparing them for Ihu 0110 host suited to tlio purpose. Finally It was decided that tlio Committee did not feci themsehes iiuallllcd to pass upon tliu artistic li attires of the posters ami so a com mittee consisting of I). II. Hitchcock, J. T. Wtineii und IM 'lowse was ap pointed to p.isa upon the designs sub mitted and select u poster for tlio car- nlvu). As a live Issuo Ihu proposition brought up by Member Mcliiorny wn) nlicail of anything else considered at tlio meeting. That gentleman wanted to know lr It whs not, within the piovluvo of tliu Couiuilttiu to do nwuy with some of the eyesores In und around Honolulu Ho bpoko especially wKh ruference to tumbledown fences mid thobo In had shape or Inhariuoiilous In coin witli their hiinouiidlugd ami cited tev tral Instances whl'dt had cumu to IiIj uttentlon loccntly, tome of them be ing on ptnperty owned by the 11 ret families of the city. As the Committee agreed that some thing should bo done, und us It wiu Nhuun Hint nil tocletles for public Im piovcuiuuts which hail oer uxlsted In the city hud fallen iiiln 11 iitiuiuolent conilillon, It'wau ilccitled to aslt Allen Herbert to come before the next meeting of tlio Hoard and oxpicbu an opinion on tlio matter. Alto to get Mr Herbert to tako charge of the woik to Induce property owners to repair or do away with old nml tito less fences and other blots upon the fair laudbrnpo of the city. S- jyiinMitiqiijCoiuiulllee ,held yesterday tiffel nt)6rJ j tjimiif' ji M 01 1 llsjutsscd Jliifallill.ijaiiil tlij'bLlHMjttciitloii of t(io'Couilnltlob'i.,il3 'turned' tii the NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Every copy of the Even in); Bulletin served on the city carricts' routes should reach the subscriber by 5:30 p, m. Subscribers who fitil to receive the paper by this time will confer n favor upon the Bulletin circulation department by tclcphoiilni; complaints to 2250. A special messenger will deliver the Bulletin nftcr this hour when name mid tuhlrrss of lubsniucr nie p.ven. : : ! . ! 1 THIS SALE will be continued for One Week Lot No. 145 of the Latest Shades in Men's Suits, reduced to $4.00 a Suit Lot No. 2--50 Men's Suits in Greens, Grays and Mixtures, reduced to $5.00 a Suit Lot No. 3-80 of the Latest Cut and Styles in Men's Suits, reduced to $6.00 a Suit Lot. No. 4-35 2 and 3 Piece Men's Suits, reduced to $7.00 a Suit; ; , i ", Lot. No. 5-33 Finest Mixed Tweed Men's Suits, reduced ,rto?$9;00.raSuit w- Lot. No. 6-35 $18.00 to $20.00 Men's Suits, reduced to $10 a suit Lot. "No. 7-47 Pair of Men's Mixed Pants, reduced to $1.25 a Pah Lot o8GLargejAssortiTipit of lytixejd Paints, reducecl to $1.50 aftair j , ,r. ,1I( Lot Na 9-Extra ,'Eine, .Quuljty Men's Pants, reducecl to $2 9tipr - i L'ot No. i0'-Best QualitMen' Twed Pants, 'reduced to $2.5,0 a Rair T"nT?-OTTn?i L.B.Kerr& Go.,Ltd. Alakea Street The Nickel Contains 200Sheets of Writing Just the thing for School Children Bulletin Office I . : rwrTiRTT mvrT.V Big Tablet ' ,i,i i raper. 4 '9 at :.