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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, OCT. 17, 1911.
TAI LOY COMPANY
CHINESE JADE JEWELRY
Tourists Examine our Chinese Curios
Watch Repairing a Specialty
Corner Nuuanu and Hotel Sts.
Preliminary steps lownnl brlnclng
Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman to Honolulu
lur a scile nf evangelical meetings In
. January were taken nl a meeting of
lliv pastors mill other representatives
of 'the Central Union, Methodist Kpls
copal mill Christum churches at tho
Y. M. C A. yesterday afternoon. Tim
leijllmciit of the mcctlnir wn decidedly
In favor of the prnpusud cmnpnlsn.nnil
It I expected Hint n formal Invitation
will he extended to Dr. Chapman with
in tho next fortnight,
Altlninifli nt yesterday's mecllns
Ihero was not one dissenting voice, It
was thought best to present tho mat
ter tn tho dlffeient church bodies for
final settlement. The official bonnl of
tho Methodist Kplscopnl church, which
nut In regular session lust evening,
heartily endorsed tho plan, ami It In
expected that the other orirnnlzntlons
will tako similar action nt the regular
midweek services tomorrow nlKht.
Hluiutd the matter not come up nt that
time, It will he presented to the eon
KrcKiitlons on KunJay inornlnR.
The clerBymen of the city mnl others
vitally Interested In religious mattiTM
feci that the coming of Dr. Chapmnli
wouhl inemi not only a stirring reviv
al, hut a subsequent i'rk' of reforms
thnt wouhl he lasting an well" an tem
porarily beneficial 111 their results anil
that the opportunity to secure the ser
vices of the great evangelist In one that
coulil lint well be overlooked.
With every Indication pointing fa
vorably tnwnrd the proposed religious
cnmpnlgu. It In probable thnt a formal
Invitation' will be Kent Dr. Chapman
There wns a pretty home wedding
celebrated hint night ill the residence
of Mr. and Mrn. Harry lllekM at Thir
teenth mnl I'alolo tivcnucs, Kalmiikl,
the contracting partleH being Miss Oe
lii' vn, the daughter of the house, and
Mr. Clyde li Wright. Itev. Peters of
the Christian church olllelateil,
There wire many beautiful presents
given tho young couple, cut glass llgur
Ing iinlte extensively
The room, were most tastefully di'C
orateil with flowers, palms mid ferns,
tho ceremony being performed beneath
a massive wedding bell made of llovv
ers mid greens.
A delicious wedding supper wns serv
ed, mid Into In tho evening the linii j
couple were whirled away In an auto-,
middle to Vuliulu, where they will
spend the honeymoon nt Ihu rosier'
tiislde home, which wns kindly ten
dered to the young folks.
.Mr. nnd Mrs. Wright will be nt home'
afler October 31, at their bungalow In'
I'alolo Valley. I
VICTOUIA, II. ('., Kept. !!! Partner
details brought today by the steamer
Hell Itenchiiu regarding the recent dis
astrous typhoon In Pormosii stale that
,tho loss of life will be heavy. Tal.au
and Amplng suffered most, both town
being wrecked, and the steamer Tal.ao
Mnru, lighting her way to sea, wasc i
slzed mid all on board drowned. IMI1-!
fid scenes are reported from I'ormosnn'
towns, where etowds of homeless pen- J
pie are Inking shelter In mlseralj
homes, most of them being In a stun
Are You Planning
On A Home of Your Own?
F so, drop in and let us help you. Our many ycars in the house-furnishing business enables us to
offer you many suggestions that will he of real help. Our store is filled to overflowing with the
newest and best furnishings for the home. If you do not wish to pay all cash, your promise to pay is
good; hut come in and talk it over. It's never any trouble to show goods. It's a pleasure.
EXTRAORDINARY SHOWING OF
IN 8UITES AND ODD PIECES, IN GOLDEN OAK, MAHOG
ANY, CIRCASSIAN WALNUT, BIRDSEYE AND WHITE ENAMEL,
DRESSERS, $12.50 to $95.
DRESSING TABLES, $17 to
CHIFFONIERS', $10 to $85.
CHEVAL MIRRORS, $48 to
Qurter-wed Oak, Golden finish, dull or polished) bate
20x42x2, small drawers, wood knobs, French plata mirrow 22x28.
Regular price, $27 1 8PECIAL, $23.
WOOD BEDS are coming in favor again. Wa have them In
all the finishes. $4.50 to $50.
BRASS BEDS, 15 patterns to select from, in the very latest
designs. $22.50 to $70.
TWIN BUNGALOW BEDS are considerably In demand. Wa
have several designs in iron and brass, from $20 to $50.
BRASS BED SPECIAL
Two-Inch continuous pillar brass bed, with ?i-lneh Tiller rods)
height of head, 60 inches) height of foot, 40 inches) satin brass
finish, either three-quarter or double size. $27.
IRON BEDS In plain and scroll effects, in white, blue, green,
nd Vernls Martin finish! plain or decorated. $4 to $33.
IR.QN BED SPECIAL
Two. Inch continuous pillar bed, .lnch filler rods) height of
head, 56 Inches) height of foot, 40 inches) white enamel finish.
Fascinating in the extreme are the new
Never have we shown su:h a large and diversified stock. There
are Wiltons, Axminsters, Body Brussels, Tapestries, Rag and
Grass Rugs, in all the standard sties.
WILTON8, $4.75 to $50.
AXMINSTERS, $1.50 to
BODY BRUSSELS, $13.50
RAG RUGS, $1 to $35.
GRASS RUGS, Mc to $12.
In Tapestry, Camp Cloth, and Leather
$3.50 to $15 a pair.
LEATHER PORTIERES, In
green, red, tan or brown, to fit
openings up to 8 feet. $7.50
COUCH COVERS, $3.50 to
COCOA DOOR MATS, $1.50
to $5 each.
RUBBER DOOR MATS,
MATTING by the yard, 25c a
In the popular FUMED OAK FINISH, suitable for living room,
den, dining room, or hall,
MISSION ROCKERS, $7.50
MISSION 8ETTEE8, $10 to
MI8SION ARM CHAIRS, $8
MISSION MORRIS CHAIRS,
$16 to $40.
MISSION LIBRARY TA
BLES, $15 to $40.
MISSION LIVING ROOM
TABLES, $2.50 to $25.
MISSION DESK, $12 to $26.
1 A. J- hmdi&3
I iL'lhl iwJ
Is awaiting you. Here you'll
see as great a showing of
Men's and Young Men's Fall
Suits and Overcoats as any in
town. Our clothes are the
recognized standard in Men's
Apparel, and any talk of our
Fall Clothes would be incom
plete without our slogan
"Satisfaction to Your Satis
faction every time, or Your
GAS ON THE REVOLUTIONISTS
STOMACH! CAN NOT DRILL
Sole Agents for the
STEARNS 4 FOSTER
$10 to $18
Zinc or Enamel Lined
$14.50 to $55
Thern are nt tho present I lino In
tlie Territory 155 pulille schools with
.in ciii'illiiielit of 2l),flSl pupils mnl u
KtnIT of li-acliors luiinherlni; 5113, or
mi lucreaxu of t-cu.'iity iier the figure
for Inst .Iiiiic. Out of till niiniher
sixty-two nre new arrivals In the Ter
ritory. Of tliu eallie force, nil with
the exception of fifty are eeiilflcitci!
teachers, Hume who lire not heliiK em
ployed heeause fully iptilllleil ones
coulil mil he proiioiinci'il. Kuperln
temlent of I'lihllc Instruction Willis
T, Pope gave Hicko figures out lo.lny,
they helni; part of n report wlileh lie
miiile lo the c.iHiIhhI(iihth of pulilic
Instruction Satimlny lust.
The I'h 'ial appropriation his mnile
It iiihiillile for the department to em
ploy the extra miinher of te'cliersmul
iiIIIioiikIi Hicko have to work under
iiliiiorinal cniiilllloiiH Mr. loo does
not Maine the county authorities put
lliiK down the fact of llielr not eruct
IliK the huililliiKx nceessnry, ni lack
of funds. II will take fully a yenr
ho Males In get n Hid pupils well
housed and In chart;e of ipiallflul tea
chers, The Incieiise In Iho nmiihor
of children Is lOilil.
On Oahli (here has been a much
larnvr nllendance than was predict
eel, and aliout ten teachers in 'ire rn
iiulred than was cMlnmted last spring
Tliere were lartter enrollments In all
rooms. The county authorities have
fcecmed f"r additional mioiiiS, church
es, uiiiUHcniciit halls, hospitals, etc.
fitting them up so Hint Hid school
work may pi on. The kcIiikiIs nt Yui
palm, Alea, Wnlu'ua ami Knliukii aie
so crowded Hint school lime has lo
I m divided lulu half day scstions for
lower Kiades that nil cliihlreu may
iitleud. Tills plan Is reported as
uorkiiiK better than tint leathers had
suppostd It wouhl, iiIHioiikIi It is some
what of ii hardship on both teachers
mnl pupils. Near Kaltiliiiii a four-room
hospital has been lilted up and will
irreally relieve Hie ciuwdcd coinlltlun
in lloiioliilii sclmolp.
On Maul tho schools hao oKneil
up wllh ti few dlllliMillles, several (if
tho teachers who were nppolnlcd fall-
liiK to put In im p enrunco.
Tliero liavo heuii a Kroat many dlf
cult posltlnus In 1)11 In Huwnll mainly
duo to Hie slmrlimo of school rooms
nnd iiuallllcd teachers. In Iho llllo
mid l'uuu dlslrlrts the chief illfllciilty
has been In kcIIIiik Iho teachers hone
ed as Ihey have been iinablo In And
any place for lliciu to stay. Moio
room Is ncedod In ninny places,
ItlKht thioiiKliiiiit there has been
the same cry of shortage nf rmiui mid
leichers hill tills will lie Kradllilly nil
liislnl, Mr. I'npe'tliliiUu mid then ov
erylhlni; will run rmnothl)'.
Distrcssinrj Symptom of a Form
of Stomach Trouble Which
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
When the blood Is mor and thin,
mid the stomach In cnnciifpcc Is
Imperfectly supplied wllh well-oxld-Ired
blood nnd nerve force, Hie iIIkcr
live process becomes slow nnd fer
mentation of the food kocs on, with
Inriualloii of kiis mid cciiulu achls.
The pressure of the Ras causes pain
In the stomach; sometimes It affects
thu heart. When Hie Kas Is belched
out throiiKli the mouth thu patient Is
temporarily relieved. The sour rls
Iiiks In the throat mid buriilni; sensa
tions In Hut tin oat and stomach nie
caused by the acids of fermentation.
I There urn plenty of thluus to neu
tralize these ueids, or, "sweeten the
stomach" us it Is called, bill they do
not cure tho tumble. Cunt rich blood
which will tone up Hie stomach Is re
quired, us this case shows.
Mr. C. K. Itamlall, u farmer, whose
nihil ess Is Ilox ".I, Cellar JiiPttinu
"About twelve years two lad u
Levin attack of stomach tieiildu
which follow nl a Ki'iicr.il .'iiu-dowii
ciudltiiil. of my health. I cannot des-j
viiimi lilt' fl'll'lf. liilllin I I'll UIIUM
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Rrrt with n ropy iilso, nml Inform hlui
that the Miulil-l fohlt.Ts can not drljl
As the lociil police nre subject to
Hie call of the city nnd county attor
ney, mnl n the latter Is a deputy of
the ntturncy-Kcncriil, It Is up to the
force to sec that the provisions of thu
Territorial Inwn lire enforced, llomrt.
however, says that hn has not Hid
slluhtest desire to run counter lo tho
iiiillinrltleH, nnd utiles he can tiersu ulo
Hie (iovci'iior ti, cliiiiice his mind nml
Kriint the necessary permit for theor
Kaulliu; of the company, the whole
Idea will die n natural death.
Ilnsert when seen this inornlnir stnt.
ed most cmphntlciilly thnt he could i:o
nhead and drill the Iik'iiI Chloesi. with,
out nrms. He said that Oovcrimr V.
I' I'rcnr lutil assured hint that Ihcrn
would in mi trouble M'out hU kIvIuk
mllllnry tniluliu: to the local Chinese.
"I communicated with (lovernor
I'rcnr this mornlm;," said Hubert, "wtm
tnhl me that It was nil rluhl fur me
to drill the Chinese here, ns limit ns
I do i. nt permit them to use Kims, side
"I also called up Mnjor Arehlleihl
Cnuiphell, nillutalit-Kenerul, who said
that It was oil rlsht for me to drill n
company of unarmed men. t'udtr these
circumstances I will proceed In i:el n
suitable site, where I cun drill uboiit
ll.o pit or my stomach. It oflen A-eiiied ''" liundred Chinese who nre ready to
ns though there was li heavy priMsure , "' '" tullUary trnlnlim from me."
Hare. Muny u time I hn .Hit up In' Tl1'" 'tatenieiit was made, however,
bed with cniiuiia In lhestoliiic!i wlueli "''" Act 113 hud been broiiKht lo
were so terrible Hint I could not m" "'k'1- kIWiiis the whole situation a new
to sleep, After eallni! I would i;en-.",rn'
cinlly have u sour stomach nnd bn
tlouhlcd with 1:118.
"I had been sick for iihout -i year
or inure when )r. Williams Time rills
for I'ahi I'eonle were iccoiumcndfd tn
me. I stnrled uslnn thelii mid felt '
letter In n short time. I continued In
use Hie pills until I was cm id. I
Tim vliior and BtreiiKlh which uj.nes !
fioia a healthy btoin.ich and ,i perfecll
illKOblhiii can only he obtaliied by . ,, " ""
kesiilliB the blood pure and red. Suf- (Continued from Page 1)
fcrcrs rroni loo much Kas or ncld on I"15 f"r " "" '"I"' ''" ""M. "If I'w
tho slonuich, henrfburn. (in.ir, s r charces nre put mi, l'ie consumer will
pains HiioiikIi tbe pit of tho r.tomncli, have to piy blvher forartlele. nlrenny
NEW RULES FOR
lllank (sinks ol all jorts. I'dKers
tor any mi in in uhuki'miim ca..ei uu
J Lclter than to try Dr. WIII'iiiiih" I'lnk
The pills uro for cale by all ilruR-
Hlsts, or will be sent, postpaid, upon
receipt of price, 50 lents per hoj six
boxes foi $.r.l), by Hie Dr. Williams
Medicine Company, Hchciiertnilv, N. V.
Send for uur free diet Imnklet.
Plan New Coart Steamthlp Line.
I II. W. Culver, of the (Wizens' l.tun-
'her Coiupiiiy In Iiiik llcach, bus lu-
'idrurted Ills nttoruejs lo draw up pa-
lers for tliu formation nf n navigation
company, which will have the local
harbor us Its iiuliiioil if call. The
capital stock will ln fluo.iiiio mil lo-
: fill capitalists have kUcu arsiraiices
of bicklnu tho ennrern, wlileh will
jluiMi two or more lumber who mors
I for tho lumber and p.iKscur,ur I rail o
of tho Coast,
MkIi. The Imiril al.nnlil be encouniKed'
III Its efforts to keip frclsht niovluK,
but, us n mutttr of fact, freluht moves
ns fast here as rnywlicre under llko
CI lllll'll in."
Hill, tin re has he n no serious pro
lest n yet nilnst the operation of the'
new r Kiilatlnns, mil. on the oilier
blind, the board l much plensed wltli
Inter-lBlanl- and O,
hof.ks for ! at
nfllco. fide each.
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the Uu I IM In
New Wash Skirts
tic, niaiiufarMired by the II u 1 1 o 1 1 D
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