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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, March 15, 1907, LAST EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENING UUU.ETIN. HONOLULU, T. II.. HIIDAY, MAItCtl in, Ifi07.
Thursday, Friday and
JLast Three Days
PARTICIPATE IN THE GREAT
They arc nil new; styles that will be worn this
spring. The reductions nrc so great that in some
Prices Have Been Cut To
You can hardly buy the materials for what you
are paying for a whole suit, not to speak of the
Can You Afford To Miss This
Sale Closes Saturday
N. S, SACHS DRY GOODS CO., LTD.
arTirJfel JIKIJ ife 111 V
' Hiii'-i "' 11 iTn
. a fl I " f "I'
IT'8 A COLD FACT that tho LEONARD CLEANABLE
It almost the only one on the market which hat not deterlor.
ated In quality to meet competition In price; That the LEONARD
airtight lock la the very Beit kind.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
Principally Personal S
Who Some Of Them Are a
la n wide-awake Blirlncr and
Col. I'titil A. Ilcrron, tho chairman who
of things dm liuitil, Is mixed tit) I11IKII;.
most everything that happens In Ixn
Angeles transportation. Ho In u
piomlncnt Mason, Colonel In tliu Nn
tlunnl (HinrO. Ho is accompanied by
his wlfo ami family.
Tlinmns .t. Hamiilon Is n member
if the South Coast Yacht Club ami
helped entertain Captain Macfarlanr
last )cnr. He Is intcu'stcd In the
next race and wants to meet the
I'roil. T. Alles ran tell Htntlcs of
what happened yentH iiro, talk of his
grandchildren and all thoso dignified
things, but lm Is the llest old mm
to strike this beach In a long, tlmn.
He built up a great show-hlli" print
ing business, which he has turned
mer to his son to manage, lie has
been a newspaperman, ranchman,
and Is alwas a Jolly good fellow.
U. I.'. Armour Is a leading orange
grower of I'omona.
II. Iloettchcr Is heavily Interested
In a successful biowory of the
South. Ho has made "Malt" beer fa
mous and lunacy for himself.
I'. It, Haiiawnlt conduits otio
the Inigtst bakeries In tho South.
Mils .1. II. Hmtwell is a prominent
society woman of l.os AliReles.
Mr. and Mm. HelltiiRci' are finm
St. Louis'. I lei Is u (.inlnRii dealer.
Miss M. S.
I lew is Is a society lady
Dr. It. V. Hill Is inimliercd nniniiR
the Mrst-clnsH plijslilmis of Uis Angeles.
Mr. and .Mrs.
A. S. Ilnlbnmk aro
This Week Only
Sale Qoodi Include all fancy and plain colora; of medium and
best grades of: Corset Coven, Pettlcoate, Night Gowns, Drawer.,
Chenilles and a Big Assortment of Laces.
SALE PRICES ARE ALMOST HALF REGULAR PRICE8.
DON'T MIBS THIS CHANCEI
NUUANU BETWEEN HOTEL AND KING STREETS.
Percy II. Ilooth Is at the he.id of
the Ilooth Iron Works of los An-
V V. llosbjshell Is a largo denier
in cnrrlaRcs and Implements. He
proved his adaptability to tho duties
of tho Delicti mi well)
John llurko Is connected with tho
County Auditor's otllco of lxs Ango
les County. Ho was one of tho Blur)
for evening entertainments.
. Mrs. .1. II. Carr Is tho wlfo of n
IcndliiR l.oa Angeles wholesale gro
icr. Dr. lannin Carson Is a phslcinn nt
Catallna. She has visited Honolulu
I cfore.and Is glad to Ret another
taste of It.
Mr. Chllson Is one of the proprie
tors of the Sun Driig Company. Mr.'
I'. I). Owen Is another proprietor.
They aro accompanied by , tlielr
when, i J
Percy II. Clark Is a real estate man
iibsoclatcil with tho Rre.il HuiitliiRlon
ii)nillriito that has done so uiuch for
Los AliReles and llu surrounding
f- Dr. flcorgo L. Colo Is a prominent
Los AliReles phjslelau. Ho has lit
ters (o leading brother medlios of
Dr. Cowlcs Is another ph)slcl'iii
hli;h up In the list. Ills wlfo Is a
lender in the sphoro of woman's lie
thlty Sho Is President of federat
ed Clubs and other organizations that
do things, and can make a speech
Otto DnllluRer Is n Los Angeles
capitalist and business man.
Dr. I)w)cr Is n joiiiir ph)slclnn
who is nctliiR iih ship's doctor for tho
V. 8. Puwcctt of Whlttlcr Is a ill
lector of the Citrus Union.
V. P. Plshbiiru Is a brother of tho
Uis Angeles l'lrst National Hank
J. C. V'lojd Is interested In Los An
goleu real estate. .
Philip Provo Is a dealer In oleitrl
inl supplies and u factor In Los An
Robert r'ultoii Is a well-known and
popular club-man of Ios Angeles.
Dr. .1. K. dandy ionics from Seattle
and Is tho only representative of that
city on board the Ohio.
Mlus Lulu Hnhn, bettor known as
tho Halinalulu girl, is tho daughter
of a wholesale harness denier In Los
Angeles. John Molr prebontcd her
with a ling of sugar as n souvenir of
tho stay In llllo. Sho Is popular on
land mid sea.
Jitdgo A. Haines Is Juilga of tho Hu
picmo Court mid tomes from Sun
C J lleyler deals In'Uis Angeles
reol CBtao. So docs (J, (i. Johnson,
I). 12. Hughes has bicn connected
with the Sail Pedro breakwater sur
vey, lie took nn Interest In llllo's
j.cw breakwater, going over the
plniM with Motzger or the llllo rnll
wu). While nt tho Volcano ho etsll
mated the depth of tho pi' at I Ml
Mr. nnd Mis. YV. (1. Hutchinson tire
a "ry attractho couple. Ho Is u
dealer In electrical supplies.
.InmcJ Irving Is an assajer nnd
has been associated with gold-mln-lug
YV. It. .InmcHon Is head of tho I'd
moiiu Citrus Union.
Miss i:.i Keating and II. C. Keat
ing aro tuelcty people of Uis Ange
les. Ilnrriion Khnlile Is In the Mon
tague & Co. stove works.
t. I . Knigni icprcscnts tiie press
or Urn Angeles nnd is writing the
flory of the trip.
Charles Kollo is a real estate man.
A. 12. McCniiiiell Is the official pho
tographer of the trip, though he putu
himself down as nn enthusiastic am-
litem. This Is his Bicond llt to
W. C. Mcrarlaud Is a l.os Angeles
McKlnnlo Is from Colorado
ind.,M.r8. 8. Mnlcr
nro whcsur-Troniliioiit, IjUI AngelcM
Miss Marcher Is Btudylng for the
(tago.aud gao her fellow passengers
gientj, jliasnrn with her recitations
Mis. P. L. Moore Is n Los Angelas
M. II. Ncwuiark Is rated as one of
'am Angeles most wealthy men. Ills
I ally Includes his wife, Mis. ! Now
mark, Mlsii Newmiirk.
Vlitor Ponel Is tho llelglau Consul
at I.OJ Angeles.
Miss (I. Itumsilell
nurse. Miss Preston
Is it trained
is n boclety
Miss Laura Solano Is of the woll
known Solano family, Intimately ioii-
iieetcil with tho history of Southern
A. W. Swnnfeldt is a prominent
merchant dealing In awnings, tents
and tho like.
I). C. Tc.iguo Is a frult-ralscr and
heads the fruit organization of Po
mona. A. Vlgnolo Is a hading wine mer
chant and Piesldent of n leading
Italian vlneynid organization ion
tiolljng over J, noil aires.
J. I. Lynch has niado Ills pile ami
Intends upending tho rest of bis das
tunellng. He was originally from
Canton, Ohio, and knew President
II. I Wlneinan Is a real estate
dealer, '.V WattB Is another In
terested In real estate.
Strs. Henry WoolhUntt Is tho wlfo
of u prominent Ios Angeles banker.
ors was that they all had enough to
To describe the assembling of thai
host of nlnct-pcrn perrons for the
tramp to Ihe pit would require u
hook nnd then it would not all be
told. I'lftecn thousand questions
Wero asked In Ilftreti minutes De
tnoslhoncs answered them nil mnl In
Mich ii way that eoih felt Unit his
Idea of bow It should bo done wni
ii... .1.1., ..... I
mi.- nKm une, nmi ii it wero not
I'lllte right It would all ho fixed in a
nhort time to his satisfaction.
Somo of tlm parts wero iironnred
and ns ninny moro wero, not Tho
linxt time n big irowd goes to the
Volcano In hiiiIi iiunibers as to oer
whelm things someone should El
tho newcomers n few pointers on
Whnt to wear. Ilappll). most nil of
the Los Angelens hail rnlmoits lint
thin shoes me not the best things
with whlih to tramp ocr a laa
lull, espcclall) whin It Is mining
There weio twenty lanteins for
cue hundred iiconlc. And the wnv
that crowd hum lied was a wonder
How order was ccr worked out of
the i linns of tho start was another
wonder. Some of the guests of tho
hotel went along Jo assist the guides
for, n cording lo all iippc.umire.
Ihero was mighty good ch.inio of
sonic one falling In nnd breaking tho
record of no nulilcuts for the Vo'-
Tho crowd represented wealth mnl
U'liiit), old age mid extreme outh.
It was surprising Hint some of tho
old people dared attempt the soon-
inllo tramp, but the) did It and nt
last in counts no damage was done
beyond tho loss of n few tempers ov
er the declared fact that the trail lo
tho pit is ten miles long Instead of
three nnd n hnlf.
About two hours had passed be
foie the last to le.no llio Voldiuo
lion had nrihrd nt the pit All
warnings to have n cure for irmk
mid tho edgo of the pit had nilghlj
little effect. The night was dark
nnd although die pit Is acthe tho
glow was siiinclent to light tho plaio
onli al Intervals'. Meanw llllo thov
poked mound In the dark, anil g,io
those who know tho plain iicnous
pioatiutlou, by Jostling each other
in tho rry e.rg(i of tho pit.
i'lnally they weio distributed
along the edge of the pit mid uulit
ed. The pit ncliil up In orj good
(diape, iiotwlthstiindiug Mime com
plained that what the) saw was not
tho f .imo as appeared In tlm publish
ed pictures of the world wonder.
Demosthenes was homhaidcd with
questions us to when the. pit would
boll again ami the area with hot
tracks showing through beiomo n
mass or reetblng Inva.Wlieu tho ruin
ous Creek did not estimate It to n mlu
ute, a few thought hu was short on
know ledge. Then someone began to
talk of going home. DemoJthciirs
lesortcd to oratory. Ho moiiiijed a
Inn eako by tho edge or tho pit and
exhorted the backsliders. "Ladles
nnd gentlemen," ho said, ")ou hmo
(onio hero to n-o the Volcano and I
wimt )ou to seo It It )oii lesno now
5011 will not be sallslleil. What's the
rsc of coming nil this dlstanco with
out feeing mi) thing?"
They saw tho fono or It nnd Btii)-
e-d They weio well lepald.
Tho curious m,i formed eery lin-
rgltiahln figure, broke up, boiled ov
er, cooled off, and then broke again.
Not till wcdl towmd morning did
ho last of them lutiini to the Vol
ume) House). Mole than one took
iihoiit three horns to make tho trip
bntk. Hut they were) satisfied despite
their tired mid bedraggled appear
"Tho slRht of A llicllini'."
'Wouldn't linvo missed It for twice
the trouble,'' and "I could do belter
with kcioseiiu oil mid u sky locket,"
cciveicd the opinion", with favorahH
comment much In the majority.
Tho majority of this part) brcal -fasted
at fi o'clock mid took tho slngM
at fli.lfl, lo return to llllo, That was
htriiiiious in lion, mid It Is not mil -
prising If Mime lost their temper in.
HI they reached llllo unci had tliiui
lo think it over.
The blessed sunshine nuns out eur
I). Snow-cupped M.itina Lou and
Milium Kea weio In full Mow. Tho
air was cool and snappy, unci tho
lido link to tho railroad station gao
tho lsltois all that could hu nske.l
for bc.iuly of seeneiy.
Night Sweats and Chills Gone
Weight Increased 14 Pound;
MR. ions uesTiy
Mr. John Ilcntly of Orand Rapids,
nllcli., who was o low from lung
trouble that the doctor gate him up
ns Incurable, and who had night
An cats and chills and weighed only
H( lbs., was miraculously cured by
Uuf fy'o I'urc Malt Whiskey. 4
Letters like the following, written
by Mr. Ucntly, unsolicited, should
be published so that tho world may
know what the great medicine Is
doing (or suffering humanity. -
"I lave taken DUrFY'S TURU MALT
WHISKEY for tltcc months for lung
troulilcs. When I hist commenced I ml
bcdfa:t, and now I am able ti wn-k. Now,
the doctor of our town aid tlut riotlitn?
would help me, but I)Un Y'S MALT
WIIISKI Y did what the doc lor j roulj not
do. I lad nfclit iwctc and rlnll and
weiglied 8S pouml. I weigh lnO pouixli
now, the chills bate left me, and the twrjt i
are alio gone. I air lonkn g for grrat rc
imltj. MR. JOHN l!r IXY, (Jrand Rai
Idf, Mich." Not. IS, ' '. 3
Duffy's Fire KSaSt Whlskoy
an absolutely pure rjcntle and un?j;orairniT rtimulant and tonic, it ImlkN up the nerve
tiiiucs. tones up tlic heart, gives power m the brain, str- urili and cU tuiiy to the
mincles- vid richness to the blood. It brings Into anion all (he iul fou es, it makes
digestion jicrfcct, and enables on to get from the fo'xl you cit all the nourishment it
umlauts. It ii imahnhle for ovcrwoiLrd men, delicate women and sickly children,
as it Is a food already diecMcJ. It
strengthens and sustains the system, i a " " n
promoter of good health and longevity, .?vJl i?is
;..,t.. !.. i.i ......... ...I c.... .!. n. ya. :)u s
strong. Duny'i is rccognired as a family
medicine cicrywlierc. Skilled chrmiiti,
whcncicr they analysed it during the past
fifty years, lia e always found It pure and pos
sessing properties of great medicinal value.
nr.WAHD ct danftrcus Imitations and suh
tltutcs. They sre rolll tly harmtul and sro
jtold lor profit only by unscrupulous dealer.
I.wk lor the trade-mark, (he "Old Chemist,"
on the label, and b certain tlte Acal otcrlhe
cork Is, unbroken. All druggists, grocers,
dealers, or direct. J 1.00 a bottle. Doctor's
advice and illustrated medical booklet tree.
Dully Malt Whiskey Co., Kocbestcr.Ncn York.
The leconcl ""lion of Ighu pi'i
pie nrilxid it the oliiiio lion '
.ilioill nonu of I in miI.i 'I In v gol
Hluruil III the afterninin mid stiMil
out till aftei ihuU I heirs was tlm
Ideal tilp Not a few found the
walk more than tho bargained for.
but no complaints or moment wero
registered against the ill, Ihe Irnll
cr the house. l;er) body was natls-
llcd; some so well that thcyHta)cit
out till morning, arriving home In'
time for breakfast mid tho return
rtage. The weather was also belter
for tho K'loud party mid wouthur
The third and final i-cilloii wast
smaller (!. had hiiises enough fort
all needing horses, good weather,
good hmt nrtlou, nnd n good time
Taken nil In nil, Hut manner in
which tho Volcano end of the Hawaii
flip wai managed icdlected greit
credit on the management of Mr.
Wright of the Volcano Stables and
tho 'mil) Dcniostheueh" of the Vol
cano House. Wright carried Hip
(rowel (.uefull) and safely, hud
tennis when needed ami enough loom
for et or) body.
Dcmosthcncii oed tho problem
of putting one hundred people whom
eighty could bo accommodated. i
wniked clay and night, nnd never
failed to crack his usual husky
i mile. As soon as his walturs llnhdi
eel lining for llio people at the ta
bles, the) weul to the pit as guides,
re tinning In time to begin prcpain
tlous for breakfast mid uiioih'i
d.iy's uoih of the sauiii kind. Sleep
was not for them whllu Lot Angelens
Tourlsl.i will Unci a great maiiv
things of Interest nt II. W. Jordan A.
Co 's store on IVirl, near King slieei
Jl TT JL.
If v;r fail to reach your
heart it will not he the
fault of our
which is ns i;ood as can he.
The Duality which is in it
is pure, rich cream, brought
to the pcifcction of butter
QUALITIES by clean, care- x
WHY NOT THY A lb?
The estate left by the lalo John
Hu.i iimoiiiits In nlun to i'U.Z'
L'li, nccoiillng to tliu Ititonloiy mid
appraisement lllcd tod ty with the
court b) tlm nppnilsers, llnrr) Arml
tnge, Harney Seott and John Maiial
lllio. The ehlntci Is composed of real
estate ..ilucd lit $i.-'l": le.isehiild
ireiiert) ?!-',. ".()(): permn.il iriiiertv
couslsllliR of sleieht) worth t'i'i (Mill, p.f.j
bonds yjMSU. life policies $ til 21)0, '
We can now supply you with. A
new stock of the spriiip; chnrninR
come on the Sonoma.
Oiiler some California Cream
Cheese 20c a pound.
Henry May Co., Ltd,,
22 rhoncs 02 Wholesale
household fuillltute SI7G2(i
Oar- BULLETIN ADR. PAY
THE BULLETIN. 75c per month
P. E. R. Strauch
Furnished 6r. cottage, Manoa Valley,
Ideal Summer Home. Large Pool
for swimming. Mountain air. Sta
ble. Near car line. $15.00 per m.
7room house near Kalulanl School,
Newly papered and painted. To!
let and bath,
PKLE FIRED UP
(Continued from Page 2)
tho main ihanto lulled for , their
looms. That was whom tho ellplo
mncy or Deuiosllieiiis camo in. Ho
had cots for tweut) ladles In ono
collage He an noil need that tho
liion would hiito to sleep In n Bcpar
nto house, whereupon ono thought
ful ludy shouted, "Oh, what will tlut
bridal couplo do''"
Tho dining-room had been decor
ated In n miinnoi that made It very
theory and nttrnitlo Tables woro
Inlil ui elmi nrii ,nnlit ltn neeomtiio. .
u niu miisu, imi'i ...... - ..,.j - t
Inturance $800. Very dated at n sitting Suy what tho will
Eaty Payment. of tho placeo they had lo Bleep in,
We Clean Straw Hats
The Rain, Perhaps,
Has Played Havoc
with your Straw or Panama Hat. Don't worry. Bring it right over to us, nnd we will clean
and fix it up for you so well as to make you think, when wc give it back to you in a day or so,
that you are getting a New Hat!. Our cleansing process is perfect; all discoloration is remov
ed, and no injury is done.
M. Mclnerny, Ltd
HABERDASHER AND CLOTHIER.
Tort nnd Merchant Sts.
74 S. KINO 8T. tho unlersal comment of the visit-J pi
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