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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 29, 1908, 3:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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The Ever-Growing Hosiery Department
We certainly ought to be able to sell you good HOSIERY at Saving Prices.
Our line is complete not merely in the high-priced goods, but also in the
Popular-Priced. We ask an opportunity to show you our line.
Black Stripe Seamless Hose j 15c TAIR
Black Plain Gauze Hose 15c PAIR
Black Medium Weight Hose 20c PAIR
Black Heavy Weight Hose 20c PAIR
Black Full Fashioned Hose 25c PAIR
Black Lace Lisle Hose 25c PAIR
White Lace Lisle Hose 25c PAIR
Tan Lace Lisle Hose 25c PAIR
Black Plain Lisle Hose i 40c PAIR
White Plain Lisle Hose 40c PAIR
Tan Plain Lisle Hose 40c PAIR
3rilliant Black Lisle Hose 50c PAIR
Black Openwork Lisle Hose 50c PAIR
Pink, Blue. Lavender Litlc Hose GOc PAIR
Silk Hose, Lavender, Blue, Pink, and Grey $1.25 PAIR
Children's Ribbed Black Cotton Hose ' 2 PAIR 25c
Cluldicn's Lace Black Hose 2 PAIR 25c
Children's Black Ribbed Hose 15o PAIR
Children's Black Heavy Ribbed Hose 15c PAIR
Children's Black Ribbed Seamless Hcsc . . . . , 20o PAIR
Children's Black -Mercerized Hose 20c PAIR
Children's Black Lisle Hose i 25c PAIR
Children's Black Lace Lisle Hose 25c PAIR
Children's White Lisle Hose 25c PAIR
Infants' White Cotton Socks 20c PAIR
Infants' Black Cotton Socks 20o PAIR
Infants' Black Lisle Socks 25c PAIR
Infants' Tun Lisle Lace Socks 25o PAIR
Infants' White Lisle Lace Socks . 25o PAIR
Men's Furnishings Department
ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING YOU WANT CAN BE FOUND
HERE AT THE LOWEST PRICES POSSIBLE.
OUR LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF
IS REDUCED TO THE FOLLOWING PRICES
25c TO 20c
35c TO 25o
45c TO 35c
75c TO 50c
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
SKT NOTE OUR REDUCTIONS:
$2.50 to $2.00
$3.00 to $2.50
$3.50 to $2.75
$4.00 to $3.25
$4.50 to $3.75
$5.00 to $4.00
$0.00 to $5.00
$8.00 to $6.00
OUR LINE OF CHILDREN'S
SUITS AND PANTS HAVE
ALSO BEEN REDUCED!!
Figured Dimities 10c YARD
A Fine Assortment of Figured Lawn3, 27 inches wide 10c YARD
Pin-Dot Dimities. Extra Fine 17V2c YARD
Linen Finish Batiste (Solid Colors) Something Entirely New 10c YARD
Whits Dimities, Fine Value 15c YARD
White Mercerized Stripe Swiss 20c YARD
White Check Mull 20c YARD
30 Inches Wide, Splendid Quality, in
BROWN $1.50 YARD
GREY $1.50 YARD
NAVY $1.50 YARD
BLACK $1.50 YARD
WHITE SURAH, 27 inches $1.25 YARD
Curtain Swiss, 42 inches, 20c YARD
Curtain Swiss, 45 inches 25c YARD
Curtain Scrim, 42 inches 122c YARD
Curtain Madras in'Colors, 3G inches wide lOVfcc YARD
Arabian Curtain Nets, 72 and 90 inches wide. . . ,. .65c and 75o -YARD
White Curtain Net, 72 inches wide 50c YARD
SOROSIS SHOES BROKEN LOTS, $3.50, $4.00 AND $5.00 QUALITY, REDUCED TO $2.75, $3 AND $3.25. DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM. WE HAVE YOUR SIZE. SPECIAL VALUES IN CANVAS SHOES.
0., Ltd., Alakea Street
NEW YORICS ANARCHIST SENSATION
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fcSAH AKL SHIiA 8H.VE.TOTELN
NEW YORK, N V, prll 1 -Ml
the energies of tho Police Depart
munt are being ilevoteil to the effort
to unearth tlio cotmpliacy which llio
officials believe underlies the homo
explosion In Union Square, In whhdi'
'Iciuitz Illldebiund wuu killed nail
Seells Cohen, or Sllverstclu, w
'mansled and probably fatally ln
In the puisult of parsons, who
might have been Implicated with Sll-'
MM'iHuln, Inspector MrCaffurty, In
thnrgo of thu Detective Jlureau, cent
out every available man of his com
ujn.uid to Interview und, If necessary, '
tnlco to police headquaiteis every ac
knowledged annichlsi in the city
p Two men woio sont to a point In
'New Yorlc State, whero It wa'i c
j posted mi arrest would bo made in
n few day). Others were despatched
to I'atoriiou, N. J., whero anarchistic
iBontlment has fi ontetit ly found cx
piehalon, and communications weie
KMit to tho polku of Chicago, Den
'ver, Sun Francisco and other citlss,
tasking that efforts bo made to learn
twhether Sllvcrsteln was known to
anarchists In those plocos.
Translations were made of the let
ters found In Sllversteln's r6oin.
While their contents were not given
out, It was learned thoy tended to
confirm tho enrller Impressions of the bo found whenever tho pollio might
t police that the bomb-thrower had want to sec him
beon In close association with pio- Ueoigo Itobliihou, ouo of die men
fessed anarchists. Aloxnnder Ilerk- at rested In Union Squaio Immodlate-
imann, whoso name was signed to ly uftcr tho explosion, was held with-
(some of these communications, loft out ball by llnglHtinto Droegc lu .lol
hls rooms at No. 210 East Thlrtconthj foibon Maikot Cotut lu tho morning.
'otreot darly In the day. It wos said when ho wus arraigned with sl oth-
tut pollco headquarter that ho could I eis who wero arrested as witnesses.
it Is understood tho police have no
cvldiiice (.iiiiioi ilni; him dlrecl)
with I lie liiinib-thiowliig, hut are not
suth.ncd with tho story ho tohl of
himself and his antecedents and
want him bold hccurol) whllo thcci
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin. '
Club women compoidiig tho Sa
I'lanclsco general snnltutlon coninil'.
li'o i eject an Invitation to unlto with
tho California branch or the Red
Iteglstratlou for May pilmary and
Snu Fiuiiclsio bond election closes
with ao.nnu cmolled.
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(Continued from P 1)
football game until their voices an
On board tho various war vetsela
of the Fleet aio men who have been
gitdlrou heroes at that great school,
Annapolis, men who havo served tho
varsity on tho diamond, and mer.
who have made their mark In every
brunch of athletics and sports, and
these are the fellows who aio simply
nrhtnir for uti niiiinrtmiltv to dlstllnv
their old-time pioweua In their favor
ite branches of sport.
A meeting of the Commltteo on
Sports, of which Colonel Johnson la
chairman, was held yosterday. Tho
minutes of tho meeting uro as fol-l
lows, with tho members of the. varl-1
ous Bub-commlttees: I
Tho sub-commltteo met at the Hun '
galow, headquarters of tho National
Guard, on April 28, at S p. m. i
Tho meeting was called to order at I
5:10 p. in., Chairman Samuel John
ton presiding, with II. P. O'Sulllvpn
as acting secretary, and who signified
his willingness to act as such perma
nently. After calling the meeting to order
and stating that tho purpose of such
was for the organization of commit
tees on different branches of sports,
tho Chair called for suggestions to
dlsquss tho matter. After general
discussion on the subject, a motion
was made by K. E. Thompson, sec
onded by Colonel Mnrston Campbell,
that n sub-commltteo of no less than
three be appointed on each branch
of athletic sports with the privilege
of adding to Ub membership. Car
Tho following sub-commlltecs
llasebajl Chas. Chllllngworth,
M. Whitney, i E. Thompson,
Football-r-C. II. Georgo, II. C. Car
ter, J. 8. Ileed.
Field Sports l'aul Super, Dr.
Hand, N. Fernandez.
Iloat Haccs and Aquatic Sports
8. A. Wnlltnr. O. T. Knrnnunn V II
lloxlng. Wrestling and Indoor
Sports Col. Johnson, S. Sheba, W.
Uoth, A. h. Clark, W. Frazee.
Tug of War Col. Johnson, Col.
Campbell, J. J.ucaB, Win. llray.
These committees wore nppolnted
for the purpose of extensively look
ing into all matters appertaining to
their brunches, and to report at the
next meeting to bo hold on Sunday,
May 2d, 1908, at 9:30 a. in.
After a short gvueral discussion
tho meeting adjourned until tho ap
pointed time on Sunday,
k-&Lu.UsbXZ. VX &- "f Ttihidi 1iitti ri
YOU CAN SPEND YOUR VACATION ANYWHERE
At any Hotel in the Territory of Hawaii or take a trip to any part of
the world at the expense of the EVENING BULLETIN, and NO ONE
WILL KNOW THAT THIS PAPER IS PAYING YOUR EXPENSES.
Not a Contest
In the first place, this oiler is positively not a contest. You are
working for yourself alone and not contesting with anybody. Every one
who desires can win a vacation trip with board and a round-trip fate
paid, to any point in Hawaii or a trip to any other place in the United
States, Europe, or Asia, and the winning of a vacation tr entails ab
solutely no publicity as far as you are concerned. No one need know
either before, during, or after that you have been a guest of the BUL
LETIN on your vacation, unless you tell them yourself.
iWr YOU CAN GO ANYWHERE YOU PLEASE AT ANY TIME
Sy THERE IS NO' PUBLICITY. WE WILL POSITIVELY NOT
PUBLISH YOUR NAME OR ANYONE ELSE'S NAME IN CONNECTION
WITH THIS OFFER.
SW EVERYBODY WINS! THERE ARE NO LOSERS!
PARTICULARS READY SATURDAY, MAY 2.
Bulletin Publishing Co., Lt
I Sheriff Iaukea stated that ho had
detailed Dotectlvo Hooves to look ln
tn tlio mnttftr. Officer Tnwnsend.
MUODFAN MSTTF!) who llvei1 ln Korea many yeIl8 nml
"Vfllnll IIIHIILU ,10 ,g nuubtcdly tho best-posted
, , , ni.ii. .o ri !,...,, t official on local Korean matters, said
Though local officials are reticent ...... , , ,. ,.
..u..b thnt ll0 nil(j mn(le nn investigation
on tho mutter, there seems no doubt (m, ,m(1 cQme tQ th(j conclUBlon tmt
that Koreans hero and on tho Coabt tno tu uj,out the local Koreans be
ure very much Incensed by state- Ing participants lu a plot to assas'l
ments from lllshop Merrlman liar- ""to nanls was all "hot air."
rls. of the M. E. Church, which were' '
inntlo public here, In support and fa- ft HONOLULU WEATHER "
vor of the Japanese policy In Koro i. J 4
Though thoro does not seem to bo
much agitation locally, there Is agi- April 29.
tatlon at some points, presumably! Temperatures. 0 a. m.. 70; S a. in.,
San Francisco, whero the Illsnop Is 7a; 10 u. m., 78; noon. 79; morning
to nrrlvo on the Korea. I nilnlnium, 70 ..,,,.
United States District Attorney ! toramotw. a. ni KM ! ahsol tt
Urockons said this morning that ho ' Mun'a. Z
had received a cahlegrninon tho mat- 65 110r cent. ,0w point, 8 a. m.. 03.
tor hut would not say from what! wind 0 a. in., velocity 3, direction
place, nor would ho give out tho N.E.; 8 a. in., velocity 4, uliectlon
contents of tho cable. He Is work- N. E.: 10 a", m.. velocity 8, dliectlfln
Ing on the caso. but. like other offl-;N- E.i ot. velocity 10, direction N.E.
efals, Is not talking. I nalnrall during 21 hours ended 8 a.
, it ., , . I m., .00 inch, -
immigration Inspector Ilrown said. To,n, w, (1 nfovcmollt uurlng 21
this morning that ho had no state- noura tndud at noon, 231 miles,
ment to make In icgnrd to tho af- ' WM. H. STOCKMAN,
fair. Section Dlreitof, U 3. Weather Uureav