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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 12, 1908, 3:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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MAY 12, 100S.
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' ' EVENING nUM-KTIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TTTTSDAT, MAY 12, 100S. 3 3
NOTICE THESE VALUES
Exccptionalfy good valuci in
White Crochet Bed Spreads, hemmed nil ready for use, Sl.OO.
White Bed Snrcads, full size, at SjSt.25. '
White Bed Spreads, extra quality, at Sl.GO.
White Marseilles Bed Spreads, full size, $3.50.
White Marseilles Bed Spreads, extra good quality, full size, at
Crochet Bed Spreads for single beds, extra good quality, correct
size, at $1.25. ,
Crib Bed Spreads, extra heavy quality, riijht size, at $1.25.
Hade of good white cotton, nil ready for use.
SHEETS, 54x00 GOtf
SHEETS, G3x00 OOd
SHEETS, 72x00 70f
Stripes and figures, yard wide, 10 yard.
A special in
Lindsay Hose Supporters
Satin-gored Belt, felt finish buttons, in all colors, 75c quality
55; 65c quality, 15.
A special in
Double faced, rich colorings'and desiipis.
30c quality : . . . 25 A YARD
40c quality .. 30i A YARD
A special in
Embroidered Mercerized Madras, 40c duality, 25 a yard.
Fancy Pink Crepe, 5Cc quality, 35 a yard.
light Blue and Fink, 15c quality, 10 each.
Chief Taylor Tells Of
Enthusiasm - Has
M. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
IKT THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY
Er f I hht
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SNi 0 JM $lfF&t&r
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ly payment will
furnish youwith just
what you want in the
Furniture or Rug Line.
have a big stook to pick
front and our Prices are the
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Young Bid. Stores
Famous "B" Brand CEYLON TEA
v in little gunny sacks.
Henry May & Co., Lt.d
CHOICE CUT ROSES, CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor,
Clilcf or Detectives Taylor of this
city returned thla morning on tliu
Slierlilun from Sqn Kninclsco. wucro
lie tins been nicnillnR a vncntlon, nml
Incidentally Retting n lino on fancy
nooks who nuiy rotno clown lo thla
plaru wlion the I'loet Is hero. Ab n
icsult of Ills observations, ho ctoox not
tliltik that u Brcut number of these
will hnvo to ho dealt with, as the
trip licio Is rather expensive, nml not
attractive enough to wan ant the
outlay for tho citiok, Howccr, he
Iiuh Increased his mental fuiul of
ilutn on tho crooked clement which
Is now on the Coast, and It will pro
hnhly come In hnndy this Hummer.
In icgurd lo the Fleet situation In
Sin Francisco, ho Bays:
"In worMiiK out their cliilitirnto
plans for tho entertainment of tho
Fleet, the San Francisco committed
were particularly plcaEod to learn
that tho Hawaiian Islands Intended
to nprend themselves when the great
white nrmaila arrived nt Honolulu.
San Francisco entered Into tho en
tertainment problem with splendid
patriotic zeal. Kvcryhody displayed
feverish interest In tho Kleet's arriv
al, and as n result tho decoration of
tho city was truly Inspiring; htreets
nud htilldlnga were to lilazo with
electrics, while, Mags and hunting fill
ed tho eye. Thcro was nu artistic
clement In tho decorations which wa
"Tho San Francisco committee, de-
otcil Its energies toward equalizing
the entertainments among tho offi
cers, the warrant officers, and the
enlisted men, recognizing that these
three divisions had, in very many in
stances, to ho treated separately as
far as entertainment plans were con
cerned, and tho local committee, will,
of course, hnvo to follow this idea.
This will facilitate matters, too.
Then, also, cntcitalument plans had
to ho arranged In duplicate and trip
licate, owing to tho fact that tho
crows are given shoro liberty In de
tachments, M? Hint If a certain form
of entertainment Is to bo pinvldcd
for one detachment one day, n simi
lar entertainment will have to ho nr
tnuged for tho next day, and possibly
tho next, and meanwhile other feat
ures of tho plans will have to be un
der way. So It will bo something
lllto a threo-rlng circus.
"The make-up of tho committees
In San Francisco and tho manner In
which they nto working, was, I be
lieve, tho cause of a cablegram be
ing sent by Governor I 'rear to Sec
retary Mott-Smltli to bold up tho Ho
nolulu executive, committee In Its
plans until letters reached that trl
umvlrnto from him. I bollovo lie
wished to detail flio method employ
ed In San Francisco In making uu
committees and working, so that tho
local committee would have a snfo
guide, to follow. Tho local commit
tee and Mib-commlttees will hnvo
work, real hard vork, and It is Just
its well that thoy should hnvo the
benefit of tho oxporlonco of tho San
Franciscans. Mayor Taylor, James
1). l'holan, llufus Jennings and Go-.
Hall wcro tho most Indefatigable
workers I ever saw. Thoy, as well as
everybody olso In San Francisco, Jiu-l
Fleet on their minds, day and night.
About Uti.OOO peopla wcro dally pour
ing Into San Francisco through the
Ferry building to swell tho multi
tude In giving ii grand welcome to
the greatest armada ever assembled
under ono ting. It will bo an event
of the greatest historical interest to
San Francisco and tho wholo Pacific
Coast, and J bellevo thnt the greeting
Honolulu plans to extend will bo ot
"Somo prominent mon of San Fran
cisco expressed surprlso that Hono
,lulu should havo felt nny need to
TEL. 339 eliminate, tho boclal evil fiom Hono
lulu almost at tho time tho Fleet
with Its 10,000 men Is expected here.
Their reasons I need not state, but,
being men of tho best reputation In
California, men of recognized ability
In tho business world, 1 bellevo they
were sincere In tho expression of
hope thnt Honolulu would rccognlzo
the peculiar necessity for it reversal
of tho recent campaign against this
"Chief illggy f San Francisco Is
facing n serious situation In tho po
lice department. Crooks of varied
reputations wore streaming Into San
Francisco, and io win compelled lo
acquisition the services of some of the
best dotcctlvcs In the Hantein de
partments, among them being Sheri
dan, tho 'man with the camera eye,"
of New York, nml Mc.N'auieo of
Washington, I). C. It was a good op
portunity for mo to get In touch
with these authorities on crooks, and
I hope that my cxperlenco among
them will provo advantageous In
caso somo of tho crooks prccedo tho
Fleet to Honolulu.
"San Francisco Is a wonderful new
city. There Is shown the most mar-
vcllous recuperation I ecr concelv
cd of. San Francisco Ii still able to
retain the soubriquet of the Paris of
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
R. T. FELIX GOURAUDS ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
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"A ro'i luiiii
Will fl UlftD.
(Iniiriunl ( riwmi m tho 1tt ham ful t 'l tht
lniTPfJHM,l'fr ' tpffr llnnifiiti d rancf
UotnIs Itraitra in lb Ublicd Ur LnjJa nt.J Eatvpt ,
ftH3.T.H0PIIIIS, Prtp, 37 Gftil J;nea S'ttit, KiwTsi
Ciipt. V. II, Melanin if iIil Mk wvnn
cUiiiirltlp City of Hthti' or Kin Krnn
cIpco mid runitmu makiH Uiit lmiM)rluiit
In December, 1904, 1 u hi tho Innt
stiiRtH of HrlKttl'a lijpiim Han rrnncls
to phjHlcluiH tnM til" Hi it tliero wim no
flitm- for mo, Tliu (Iroixv wim mi iletn
Hint I could HtkU it flut r In tliu MchIi
nlmoAt tin huh. J. W Iturnham. PrcHl
di nt llurnliani & Marh t'n, tntil mo lin
ktii-w Hvernl uw'i of HrlKlit'if DlM'imo
that h.ul rtcovnil utulor liHonn Honnl
Coiniwunt). My old frluid Oonlun of Don
Ion it I'celc told mo tho munu IhinK mild
Jio know of AurHi ciihoh thun nilno that
sot woll. This Mnrtod mo. Tho ilrst
hnlf-ilozen Hturteil the chuiiKe, and 1 uin
nt IhlH rltliiK (ton inonthi lator) iih vl
tn eer, and can p.u for llfo Insuraiuv.
J have told pwwnKon from all over tli
world of my rcwivrry Thin trentriunt
OUKht tu ho knoun all ur the rIoIm
GAIT. V. II UcMIAN'.
l'aclllo Mall 1hU Han rnmclw"
Hrlvht'ri DlHeaMo and DlnU'toH am tnr-
ablo In 87 mt tint of nil i.iien by 1'ul-
ttin'H LVniiHaiiuH. H nd fur llteratnre.
lloiadultt Druff Co, Port St
When to mntptit llrlKhTM llienie
weakness or Iohh uf weluhi droimy; miffy
ankh'rt, laitidn or i'olld Kidney tronblo
after tho third month, urine may how
M'dlmcnt; fnlllnt; lslon, dninliK'j; ono
or more of then?. 3-
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission Merchant
PIRE AND MARINE
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co
Next Sunday nlnhl May 7th, nr,
open-ulr monnlli;lit kIiirIiik. under tin
leadership of Theodore Illchanls Mil'
bu given on tho ntep of Dltbiin Hall
Tho occasion Is n rare ono and cnuij
Kamehamclin kludcut Is expected tc
bo present and to tdiiK tho old nones
After tho rlnglne. Rev. Win. It. Ole
sou will uildress die Alumni nud tin
students of tho schools.
In older to reach ovory Kamcliamc
ha student U Thompson, vlce-iiresl
dcut of tliu bdinols, lequests that the
followinK bo published:
"Knmehnmcha Alumni boys arc In
vltcd to sine on Illshop Hall Btep
next Sunday ovenluc at 7 o'clock. Mi
Tlicodnru Illchanls will lead. Later
Mr. Win. II, OIcmiii will address tin
boys up In the assembly ball.
"Ilecall old MiiiBs and come."
Bl HOMAA SALE
Considerable interest was sliown In
business ciicles today In a sale of a
block of Honokan shares. Tho block
consisted of a thousand shnres mi-:
hioiiRht f 11. .'.'), ulilch, ns ono snlo o
7S and two others of fifty shares cncl
wcro mudo at tin.75, would appear li.
bo nbnvo thu market value, especially
nt this time when a lurim bond issue
In to ho floateil. Tho block wns pur
chased In San Francisco through A. J
Campbell. A local party was tho put
At tho OipliLimi last ovcnlui; All
Ilaba nml the forty thieves wiib i
howlluK success, thu trip through tin
Alps wns cnJo)cd very much, and the
unfortunate people tliul wore knocked
down by tho two bad boys on theli
coaster, don't feci nny tho worBO to
day. This ovenluc will ho tho las!
tlmo theso plrtures mo to bo shown
Tomorrow tho Mill Olrl will bo hhown
in connection with u now chunKo of
pictures, nud Illustrated whirs. Don't
nOMNSON III Honolulu, May 11
11)08, May Kuaolnnl, wife of Henry
J. Hobliison, .Ir, need 20 yeais,
Thli funeral will tnko plaro on
Wednesday afternoon at :i o'clock fmni
tho undcrtakliiK parlors or II. II. Wll
llnnis; Interment In Ntiuanu comolerj
Friends and acnualiilances nro Invited
BULLETIN ADS. PAY W2
but not the
a Gas Stove.
Hawaiian Opera House
Wednesday, (Hay 13
Houses For Rent
$10.-2 bedr., liliha St.
$10.-2 bedr., Knakini St.
ETC.. ETC.. ETC.
$8. Store- on Emma St., between 2
schools. Splendid Opening for a
man and wife.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDQ. ... 74 S. KING ST.
MISS IE0NA CLIFTON
A Marvelous Singer Known from the
Atlantic to the Pacific.
ADMISSION Box Seats, 75 cents;
Parquet and Dress Circle, SO cents;
Balcony, 25 cents; Gallery, 15 cents.
Box. Flan at WAIL. NICHOLS CO.,
Believe in Lucky Numbers.
WE BELIEVE IN
Make Your Bread Taste Better
by adding a little good Apple Butter! It makes you for
give indifferent bread, while good bread and good apple
butter make an irresistible combination. We do not hesi
tate to recommend the kind we sell, for it is
Wc authorize your jroccr to refund yxmr money if you
do not like it, but no one has ever asked us to make that
guaranty good. Wc sell a great deal of it,' too.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
What You Eat
is a rather important item. Everything wo serve is pure,
fresh, appetizing. Our
cannot be equalled in town, and our
is delicious. You're satisfied with everything at the
PUREST and BEST
There is as much difference in drinking water as in i
anything else. So there is in carbonated waters. We do
not know how to manufacture flat soda water, but we have
the "know-how" of making the best there is in the city.
Naturally! We know more about
PAINT than anything else. The
PAINT we use is rela PAINT and put
on as Paint should be, We can with
pride point out to you the houses
painted by us.
12r KING ST. v
Lucky Signs S-S-Signs.
HOLLYWOOD PRINT PICTURES
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 71. Q. S. LE1THEAD, Mannge..
Premo Film Packs
Photo Supply Co..
" Everything Photographic "I
IMPORTED AND ISLAND.
Call Early and Get Your Pick.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
The Weekly Edition ot the Evenlnn
Bull. tin gives a compl.U summary ?f
ihe nevvi ot the day.
I ' mHo svtt
This Is Onij uiie of Thosot
, BEAUTIFUL WATCHES
, we are offering at
$1.00 PER WEEK1,
113 HOTEL ST., HONOLULU.!
Ask Your Gxooer
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO., Ltd.
FRED. L. WALDR0N, Agt.
FINEST RIT '
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur"
P. 0. Box 061. Telephone 031.
134 Beretania near Fort St.
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS. BUILDERS, PAIN
TERS, PAPER HANGERS xnd
Second Hand Lumber, Doors ind
Sashes Bought and Sold.
MJvl ST., PALAMA JUNCTIUA.
Thoroughbred Airedale Terrier (Im
ported). To be seen at the Veteri
nary Infirmary of
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
94 NUUANU ST
OtT BULLETIN ADS. PAY "WS
Honolulu haa well pained the repu
tation of being a cl.m city. Th. only
way w. can maintain tanti Is by keep
ing at work.
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