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EVENING DULLETIN', HONOLULU, T It. TfESDAY. mil 11, inns
Second Week of
BLACK SILK SUITS
$28.00 SUITS ....... S15.00
$22.50 SUITS S13.50
$10.50 SUITS ." $ 0.75
COLORED SILK SUITS
$20.00 SUITS S10.50
$28.50 SUITS $11.50
WHITE ETON SUITS
$3.75 SUITS 82.25
$7.00 SUITS S3.75
$7.50 SUITS $4.00
WHITE LINEN PONY SUITS
$15.00 SUITS ' 810.50
CREAM LINEN SUITS
$8.00 SUITS $5.00
$8.75 SUITS 85.00
$9.00 SUITS SG.OO
$10.50 SUITS S3.50
COLORED LAWN SUITS
$4.25 SUITS 82.00
White and linen color nt Sl.!5
Broken lots, at less than cost price.
LADIES FANCY COLORED HOSE
75c quality , 40$ a pair
50c quality 35papair
WHITE LACE ANKLE HOSE
35c quality 20 a pair
WHITE DROPSTITCH HOSE
In sizes 8 and 8Vs only.
20c quality lSV-jd a pair
N. S. Sachs Dry
The Can and
HE latest step toward purer
tion of a special Sanitary can, which brings to your table all the
true flavor and delicious wholesomeness of foods as originally pre
pared b. statement not true of all tins.
This can is made in an entirely new way double-plated
with pure tin, nnd specially prepared inside to prevent action of I
tne contents on the metal, sterilized inside and out, sealed in
such a way that the solder does not touch the food.
Only Heinz foods are sold in these tins. One of the best is
Heinz Apple Butter
Ask your grocer for it
The drink for the people who enjoy something a little bet
ter than the ordinary aerated waters can be had only from
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 71. 0. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
.i."." - s-' i- art
COME NOW I
Send in your orders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc.
The Finest Workmanship on the
Leave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St., bet. Alakea and Smith.
2jxy"For Rent" cards on sale at
cne Bulletin omco.
Interesting Cuts In
Camel Hair Plaids
52 in. wide, all wool,
$1.25 quality .... S5 a yd,
75c quality 50 a yd.
56 in. wide,
$1.25 quality . . . 00 a yd.
In stripes and figures,
35c quality .... 25 a yd.
Goods Co., Ltd.
nnd better foods is the perfec
& CO., LiMlTED.
Swell rooms en suite with or with
out baths; with every modern con
venience. Rates may he had from
Mrs. J. W. Macdonald,
WILDER AVE. and PUNAH0U ST.
JtjaBT- BULLETIN ADS. PAY -B
IS AN EDITOR
A LABORER ?
Federal Authorities Want to exclude
Lo 8un From the
l.o Sim, llio Clilncsu editor, who vvni
arrested cMonlny by the federal au
thorities, charged with beliiB unlaw
fully In the country, was given a
lienrliiK before U S. Commissioner
Hatch jcKtetdnv nnd held to niiswei.
ball being flteil nt $500(1. I.o Sim
enmo Into the country as u teacher,
but Instead of engaging In thnt tirofes
slon, ho wait to work for Man Sang
Ynt Co In the capacity of editor of
the newspaper published li thnt con
cern. The theory of the prosecution
Is thnt nil editor Is n laborer nnd Is
not to he Included In tho privileged
class The prosecution Is xuppoitnl
by nil application undo by Ij. Hun for
o permit to return to China, with the
prlv liege of coming back. On this
application he stnted thnt he wns a
Kong Man Tet, with his wife nnd
three chlldien. was also arrested on
the charge of bidng utilanfiillv In the
count o The fninllv wns kIvoii n
hearing before Commissioner Hatch
who took the case under ndWsenieiU
The nl)tic sign Is now seen In many
fchops nud office In I his city, because
drinking men are unreliable
Competition Is too keen and life la
too strenuous for an cniplojer to keep
men on lilb paroll wIiobo nerves arc.
unsteady and whoso brains uro not
livery linn of business Is beginning
to close Its doors to drinking men.
IiriiiilicnncHt Is n disease nnd llku
most diseases, has lis. remedy. Or
rinc Is the reliable treatment nud
told under a positive guarantee to er
feet a cute or jour mousy will bo re
funded Orrlno Is In two forms! No
1, which can bo usod without the pa
llcnt'u knowledgo In tea, coffeo or
food; nnd No. 2 for those who wish to
The guarantee rpplles to both forms.
Mailed In plain sealed package on re
ceipt of $1 00. Write for freo booklet,
mailed In plain sealed envelope. The
Orrlne Co., Washington, I). C, or Ho
nolulu Drug Co , Ltd.
JUDQE NOT DISQUALIFIED
The Supremo Court handed down n
decision today In the caso of liinlll.i
Vclru Ollvelm vs. Marin Vlelrn Sllv.i
and Joaquin Sllvn. This enso wns
nppcnled from tho Circuit Judgo ol
tho I'ourth Circuit nnd argued on
The nppeal wns based on tho dis
qualification of ti trial Judge, who. It
Is alleged, linil gratuitously advised
tho defoudnnts' ngent thnt ho was
doubtful whether defendants vvmc
liable, to tho plaintiff on their bond
given to her by them for a deed
while tho agent said tho plaintiff had
not performed her part of tho agree
ment. Tho opinion of tho court was
by Chief Justlco Hnrtwell, who, nftO!
reviewing tho cube, alarmed tho dc
Carl S Smith appeared for pluln
ttff nnd C II Olcson (Holmes li.
Stanley and J. S. Terry with him on
tho brief) for defendants.
MRS. GREEN FUNERAL
Tho funeral of the late Mrs Ann
Orcen, tho widow of tho Into W. I.
Urecu, took plnco jcBtonliv uftcrnoon
The sen Ices wero held at tho St. An
tlrow'H Cathedral, Itev. John Usbonu
odlcfatlng. Tho Interment took pine
nt tho Nuiianu Vulloy cemetery, tin
nallbcnrers being as follows: A. S
Cleghorn, V A. Schnefer. Alox. Young
S. M. Il.iiiion, II. V Dillingham, V. II
llulid, II. H. Macfnrlnno nnd II. M. von
Tho services at tho Cathedral wen
vcy Impressive, unci tho singing liv
tho gills of tho l'rloij excellent A
largo number of floral tokens rent b
tho lelatlves nnd friends of tho do
censed, decorated tho collln.
Whllo Ong Too Wun and Klin He)
Won. two Koreuus from Kiiunl, weie
being examined hoforo II S Comnils
slonei Hatch jestrrday afternoon, on
tho clinigo of counterfeiting, Mnrithul
Hendry lecclved a wlieless from
Kiiunl announcing the nrioHt of an
other Koicuu. Su Clm Hum, alias l'n
Cba Whan, on a aliullnr chin go. It
looks ns If theru wero an Industrious
nnd lnoBperous gang of bad money
men on tho Harden Island, ns thcio
wiih on Iluvvnll not long ago,
Tho two Koreans befoio tint Com
missioner wero held for tiial, ball bo
lug fixed In each caso at $JMU.
Mrs, (leorgo J. fiould. leturncd to
tho stiigo to upiienr as the slai lu a
sketch produced at a "dramatic tea"
In New York City
$12,50 House on Gulick Ave,, 3
Bedrooms, near King St.
$12.00 Furnished Cottage at Manoa
Valley. 2 Bedrooms, Ideal
Country Home; adjoining
P. E. R. Strauch
Wftity Bldg, 74 S. King St.
Much First Class Local Talent DIs
closed Among New Towns
(Special to Tho 11 u 1 I e 1 1 n)
Wnlluku, Maul, Teh. 10. The
benefit concert for Alexander House
given lust Saturday ovcnlng under
the supervision of Miss Towner, wns
a successful affuil, for not onlv wns
the largo hull well tilled, but the best
people of tho town were there nud
enjojed tho singing Immenseh. judg
ing by tho repeated encores The fol
lowing program was most successful
t) carried out:
Instrumental duct, Misses Marshall
and l'oltz. '
Quartet, Messrs. John (Imi'ln, (I.
Weight, Jr., W. li. Hal Jr. nnd M.
Vocal solo, Miss Margaret I'oltr.
Vocal solo, Itev. W. M Ault
Cornet solo, Mr. C. I) I.tifkln.
Vocal solo, Miss Muttlson.
Vocal Holu.-Mr. C. 15. llnuney.
Instrumental solo, Mtss M.irj lloff
Vocal solo, Hov. W. Ault.
Vocal solo. Miss Louisa K Hurt
Instrumental m1o, Miss MattWon.
Vocal solo, Mr. M. Knutilnuliu
Airoinp.inlstfl weio Muses Hoff
man, M.iltlhou, ll.irt, loll, and Mrs.
vV. II Held.
Itev. Canon Win. Ault snug tcveuil
classical pieces and his singing. U ill
vv is appreciated, for lie possesses .1
voice of unusual richness and ilcur
ness, nnd has It under pet feet con
tiot The Misses I'oltr or tho Kln
dergurten, Mulllsoli of the musical
dep.iitment of Mniiiinolii Seiiilnni).
and Hurt of Wnlluku weie he.ud for
the first tlmo befoio n riltleal nildl
ince, and It was tho vole ot tho im-
.uidlemu thnt If they I p on singing
us well iih they illil List Sntuiil.i
evening. Wulluku will biivc no ic.-v
son to cry n dearth of high cluss sing
ing Cishler I.uflilu of the Wulluku
bank Is nlvv.iys u dl.iwlng i.iid with
his cornet. Mr. ll.inuey also nunc
Ills Initial bow before u Wnlluku au
dience ns a soloist nnd acqulltcd him
self M'ry well. Mr. Knuhlm.ihu snug
tho Kuliilunl dlrgo In Mi usual mas
tcrl stjlo; ho wns cncnuil several
times. Hut tho vvondei or tho even
ing wns Miss Mnrj Hoffmann, daugh
ter of our old Wnlluku k miaalna ami
a distant iclutlvo of In Ilolfninnn.
who used to luiTo'fm offtic ndjolnlnj..
ltlshop'H Hnnloover twent veins ligo.
Miss Holtiivlin is music il on uollyiei
father's ns well ns In r mother,' side,
for music Is Inherent In ull llawull
ans. Although onl a girl of sixteen
summers, her plnvlttg was thut of .in
it,! slnirn fnvoilte If sho were to
tnko up music undei the best masters
In Europe- for soveial eara sho would
surely mnko a stir among musical cir
cles. It is no oxnggorntlon to bu
that Maul has not her peer on tho
piano, nnd If Honolulu schools have
not Improved much during tho Inst
ten jenrs, thou Miss Hoffmann ol
Wnlluku Is easllv a topnotcher. She
received her llrst training under the
caro of tho Slsteis nt tho St. Anthon)
Catholic School and latterly utu'er tl
Refreshments were served nt the
close of tho evenings entertnlnincut.
tho proceeds of which went to aug
ment tho Alexander Hall benefit.
PARADERS MAY GET
0AHU COLLEGE GROUNDS.
Attending to the reportB of various
committees on tho l'lornl Tniado It
seems us If this ) ear's tuin-out will
he far gi eater In regard to llonts anil
other nttrnctlons than those of pio-
Slnco the refiu-.il b) tho jnesldont
of the llaseliall Leaguo to Riant the
lite of tho baseball gioundo, A. ttuf.-
lcy called on 1'iesldeiit aritnths ot
O.iliu College nnd asked him If the
Mhool grounds tould bo used ns the
Mulshing point of the paindo, whcie
tho Judging l to t.iku plnco. Mr
(lartloy's reiiiest will bo tnl.cn. up
by the trustees of the tollegn nt their
meeting next Thursday, when a lliul
deilslon will be given.
Aside rioiiKtlils hltill, liver) llllng
looks decldedl) eiiiouraglng. tleoige
It Curler, who has ihurgo of tho uu
loinobllo net thin of tho p.unde, ro
porta 'fav oi nbl) on his vvmk.
Tho Consuls lepubentlng heio the
llrltlkh, .lup.inei.e, Chinese, l'oitu
guebc, f ionium. Nuiwegi.in, llelglan,
l'lenth. Spanish mid other govoin-
nienU limit piomlM'd .ludgo Ilallou to
hiivo their tounliles llltlngly upt'
enlod with finals A. .T Cnini'hell
who has charge of the most dlllltu't
section or tho timide thut or the cm
rlnges, b.i)s Unit he Is meeting with
man) entouitiKlng promises. Ciimp
bell Is pciPouull) one of the finished
whips or tho Teiltmy nnd will ter
tulnly cndeavoi to enpturo a prl.o
with his section.
WOOD SENDS WORD
Viesidcnt .las 11 Morgan of the
Chamber of Coniincito has receivtd
n cnhlegrnni fiom Secretin-) Wtiou
btntliig that ho vvnuld spend two da)s
In Chicago. Kioin thero ho Inlendei
to go to Los Angtles and to sail foi
Honolulu In tho next Alameda, lenv
' Ing San rinnclbco IVhiuaiy 29
Keep n bottle of the Hitters
hand) If juu would savo a lot fc
of suffeih g When the Stom
ach, Liver or Kidneys are un
nblo to irrfortn thilr work a
for tfoscs will help wonderfully.
It never falls In eases of Dys
pepslz, Indigestion, Costlventes,
Sour Stomach, Poor Appetite,
Liver or Kidney ills or Malaria
Bsaaxnmixar.tiumm". oiunaiif rw
"The Squaw Mull lnmli a blu hi
last lllgllt al the Uiplieiim hciiik pr
lioiino it h nearly ovirvlmh the II
UHt pl.1V HI' tile (lltll-e Kl'.lnOll H i
to bo lepcuud tonlglit and toniiirnivv
night and nt the tiatliieo toniomiw uf
ternoou. when nuoihei mmvi nil pli
turo Is to bo given to ovury lady in
Thursday night the famout farce
"Tho Man from Mexico," is lo b
phi) cd. No funnier' piny than tlif
waM over written, nnd nil who enjov
u good l.iugb are lid vised not to miss
II. "Tho Man from Mexico" will be
pin) od for threi night . S.at for the
matinee Saturday Malinger Cooley ha
proinril a special hill, deslxucd par
tleulnrlv to please tho children. Thl
In n new mill up lo date version of
"I'eik's Dad llov "
till I'rldny night the perforuinnei
will be given ns a beiiellt to the Yin In
Club, 'lhe enuso Is a wonh) em uti-'
tlii'l ' shoulil be u llbeinl p.ilrou.m,
on this uceoiim
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record Feb. 10, 1908,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 o". in.
John Coelho and vvf to .lohn ei nl..I)
Mary Hotlng to Hdvurt Olsen . . .1)
Hdvnrt Ulfeii nnd vv-r to Mutual llldg
nnd Loan Soc) or II. Ltd ... . M
Albert Trask to W O Smith M
lteliokn twldovv ) by affl of mlgee (n
Kllnuen Sug I'lln Co 1 t.l ,l"oie Alf It
Entered for Record Tell. 11, 1908,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Kanulmakn nnd lisli to Hubert I
Ynp See to Trs Hst Ilernlco V Illsh-
op Sur I
0LES0N WILL STAY
At the meeting of the Hawaiian
Hoard held last week, Hiv Win II
Olcson, who levlsltiHl hero to attn I
the twentieth annlversery of tin
founding of Knmeliinioba schools, nc
cepted the position or roricspondlni:
seen tnry or tho Hoard, which vvm
formerly filled by the Itev Dr Sen 1
der Mr. Oleeon ir the first prill
clpal of tho Kniiiohuinehn school for
ho)s twenty )earB ngo He is well
known ull over tho Islands and the lln
vwillnns who havo known him will he
dellKliled to hear this mws. It'
speaks the Hawaiian language limit i
Ftandlnglv, which niaken lilm nil tin
more valuable In his new poxlilon
1S5 editorial roomsiJ5( bual-
ness office. The,re are the new tel
ephone numbers of the Bulletin office
WHY DON'T YOU
learn how to do Pyiographyl 'You
can make really handsome nnd use
ful ornaments for yourself and
friends at a cost of 50c and a little
It's fun, too! You can do it.
BEST BURNING SETS, $2.50 to
BOXES for buinintr, suitable for
qloves. handkerchiefs, collars, tics.
TABLES, FOOTSTOOLS, STANDS,
ETC., all traced in beautiful patterns,
FINEST SHEEPSKINS, traced,
LOOKING GLASSES, large and
small, new lot, 70o to $1.25,
PLACQUES, 10c to GOc.
"Everything Photographic" Fort St.
Vta D14 41 for iiuniiti rrt
UlJrttrfAi -r UllllAI
1 Piwrtii J-Hti,
Ohio Cord Wooc
HONOLULU FIRE WOOD CO., 08
King St. and Hotel and Smith Sts.
Tel. Wldte 1000.
IjUVfoiio ut. Vl
STaE oumwi I.
The Dm ii I! t of Public Woiks
is in need of iw loinpiteut diuugltts
men. Call ut tin offlm of Marston
Inmpbell. HupeilniendcDt of Public
Works, foi nior- dcilnlte Informant o
Ily Order of
Supeilutemlrnt nf I'uliJi. Voiks.
Honolulu, IV'ini 7, lint
St. '- SI
THREE NIGHTS, BEGINNING
MONDAY, 1'EBaUARY 10
"The Squaw Man"
THREE NIGHTS, BEGINNING
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13
"The Man From Mexico"
Evening Prices 25, 35 nnd SOa
WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS
Hawaiian Opera House,
Exhibited by B. K B0NINE for lhe
Benefit Hawaii Yacht
Lifelike Moving Pictures of
KING STREET IN ACTION,
SURFINO AT WAIK1KI,
CATILE AT KAWAIHAE,
and for the first time anywhere, the
picture of the
PASADENA FLORAL PARADE
Taken by Mr. Bonine nt the request
of the Floral Parade Committee of
Mr. Bonine will le assisted by
DIAMOND HEAD ATHXETIC CLUB
In Po3cs, Horizontal Bar Work
and Feats of Sticngth.
Music by the St. Louis Collece
Alumni Orchcstm; and Double Quar
tet in special music, nnd Bergstrom
Company's Victor Ausctophone.
ADMISSION, 25c, 50e and 75c.
Tickets at Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
At Home Of
MRS., F. J. L0WREY
Comer Lunalilo and
IN AID OF
District Nursing and
Pure MHK Depot Work
FEBRUARY 15, 1008
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity nnd dc
ccripticn made to order. Boiler woik
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
nuqioscs a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
S. TATA IN I
Emma St. near Berctania.
2Kj-"For Rerrt" carat en sale at
the Dulle'ln emeu.
Silk Shirt Waists,
Everything, from Japan
F0ET NiST THE CONVENT."-
hud cloth of A-l quality can be pur
0. Bos 001. Telephone 031.
WALL, NICHOLS CO, LTD.,
COMIC nnd SENTIMENTAL.
the 10-ccnt mild Havana, at
HAY8ELDEN TOBACCO CO , LTD.,
Alexander Young Building.
can bo done very easily with your,
npancse scivant by purchasing on
Enrjlish and Japanese Cook Book.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
L U N C H E S nnd DRINKS
Tho most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Tort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
""IIY NOT let us have your bus
incss to advertise!
HAWAII PUBLICITY CO.,
82 MERCHANT ST.
At All Watchdcalers.
Anent for Hawaiian Islands.
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
Vi. PssHHps & Cu.,
Wholctaic imptnern end Jabbtr
AMERICAN tmy GOOD1,
POUT .nc t-UCt'N T
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
lueen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
flee Kau Kee,
H0. 1320 NUUANU ST. nr. KUKUL
FINEST COLLECTION OF CURIOS
in the city at
Ncj.1 to lhe Orpheuin Theatre.
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES AND
reduced to a low price at
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
R. MIYATA & CO..
CONTRACTORS. BUILDERS, TAIN.
TEES, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Bought and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION.
jX5r-"lor Rent" cards on salo at
ie uvllsttii ofnea.
'Ti'ii'i ii Ail' itiiiittimit'illniT w'iftkti&Y"iUUiNMimWF