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BVBNINO-nUlETIN, nONOLnLTJ, T-. I!., MONDAY; MAY 3,-1909.
IhG hlB3t 08I6
Is In Progress
Shirtwaists in Lawn, Mull, Silk Net, etc.
The piicct or. the silk nnd net waists arc cut exactly In two. We
iliiln t nsc n hammer to pound them down, but a knife to cut them in two.
9 03 Wnists
1 50 Waists
1 75 Waists
2 00 Waists
2 25 Wafcti
.45 $2.25 Waist
90 3.00 Wnists
1.00 4.75 Waists
1.35 5.50 Wnists
Sale Price $1.75
Sale Price 1.90
.Sale Price 3.25
Sale Price 3.50
Shirtwaist patterns, formerly $1,50 nnd $1.75, now going at 50 cents.
We will continue the offerings of
fruher reductions in price.
$D 50 Portieres
4 00 Portieres
1 50 Portieres
5 50 Portieres
i io roniercs
these serviceable draperies at
It costs money to record promises
business, quoting prices of some of
strikes your fancy; read carefully:
Corsets, Thompson's Glove Fitting and W.B. Nuform
The most comfortable ever.worn 'and the only make that particularly
guarantee proper setting of a gown.
$ .05 Pair Corsets Sale Price $ .50
1,00 Pair Corsets Sale Price .75
1.50 Pair CorsetSj Sale Pries 1.15"
2.25 Piar Corsets Sale Price 1.50
3.00 Pair Coraets Sale Price 2.00
Great values. Note special prices for this Clearance Sale,
Farwcll Cotton 12 yds. $1.00 Lonsdale Cambrio 8 yds. $1.00
with printer's ink, so we'll omit them here and get to
the lines'. In the list you may find something that
Boys' Wash Suits, Hydegrade Regatta Suits
Plain White and Colored
$1.05 Suits $1.15 $2.50 Suits $1.90
1.75 Suits 1.25 3.00 Suits 2.25
2.00 Suit 1.50 3.50 Suits 2.50
2.25 Suits 1.75
Hope Cotton 12 yds.
Chapman Cotton 12 yds.
Big Injun Cotton 12 yds,
Forest Mills Cotton.- ..12yds.
Lonsdale' Sheeting .. . 9 yds,
1.00 Crescent Cambrio 10 yds. 1.00
1.00 Amoy Cambrio 9 yds. 1.00
1.00 Indian Head 33 in.
1.00 wide 10 yds. 1,00
1.00 Stark Mill 10 yds. 1.00
First Call 20 yds. 1.00
90x90 Sheets Sale Price 80o
81x90 Sheets Sale Price 75o
72x00 Shcet3 Sale Price 70o
63x90 Sheets Sale Price 65o
61x90 Hemstitched... Sale Price 85c
42x30 Pillow Cases, $2.65 doz.
43xb riuow Cases, $2.75 doz.
Sale Price $2.00 doz.
bale race z.iv doz.
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We will be glad to see you any time? you are bound to get what you are Ipoking for at less than you expected D AIM jUp R ADfJ AIM M AFD
Pacific First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
Rose Croix Regular.
Perfection Fourth and Fifth
All visiting members ot the
Orc'ur are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
We have all the lat
est and finest Station
cry, magazines, and pe.
HARMON - LODGE, Mo. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
:J0 la I. 0. 0 F llnll, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
r. u. wicke, n. a.
Alt visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In It. ot P. Hall,
corner Kurt and llaretanla. Visiting
brother cordially Invited to attend.
T. It. NUGENT, C. C.
11. GOSLINQ, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODOE 010, B. P. 0. E.
llorolti'u Lodgo No. C1C, 11. 1. 0.
r.ll.s. meets In tliclr hull, on Kius
Street, uc.ir I'ort, ever) Friday even
ing Milling Hi others arc cordially
invited to ullend.
I! A. DOl'TIUTT. R. It.
II. C i: ASTON, Secy.
v7m. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meats ecry 2nd and 4th Saturday
tvanlug at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot I'.
Hall, cor Fort nnd llerctanln. Visit
ing brnthera cordially luvlted to at
tend. T. SI. McGItHW, C. 0.
n. A. JACOHSEN, K. It. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Mcotn on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7.30 o'Uotlc In K, of P. Hull, corner
UiTuii.ii. a and Tort strcots.
VUltlng Ejglis are Invited to ct
tend W. M McCOY, W., Yitit.
II. T. MOOPE. Becy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Mectn every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Unit. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
Gi:0 SNDEHSON, Sachem.
n. v toui), c of n.
should he filed in the easiest
way under a system that is
the most convenient for ready
have lecn proved to be the
Hawaiian News Co.,
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St. near P. 0.
With A Very Small Amount
Invested In One of Our
You Can Save A lot of
Time A Lot of Worry.
We Can Sell You One
That Carries A Guarantee.
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
MRS. ROSENBERG.YOUNG HOTEL
VALL. NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.,
Fort and Merchant Sts.
None better ever made tlian
you Ret at the
HOTEL NEAR UNION
LOCAL ANU GENERAL
The B u 1 1 e t i n is selling a school
scratch-pad of 200 sheets for 5 cents;
,six for a quarter. . i
Ten good u'ltfi back Dinno 6
Paul iKonberg U booked to ic.ivo In
tho Mniuri Kusi tomorrow ninn
Al. Thin low of thu Itoyal Annex
berves tho finest meals in town.
I you are looking tor any of your
friends go to tho "Two Jacks" and
j ou'll find them.
Inter-island and O. It. & h. shipping
looks for salo at tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
oftlco. CO each.
Senator Drown of Illlo will return
to his homo tomonow. He "111 vail
In thu Mauna Kea.
J. I. Coke, County Attorney of Maul,
who camo down last week, u 111 sail to
morrow for his homo In WalHilcu,
Dr. J. II Ilaymond of Walluku,
Maul, vlll bo among tho outgolnii pas
sengow In tho Mauna Ken tomorrow.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapned
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1 -I
e t i n office
Coat your Iron ionfn with "Arabic."
You will be surprised at Its cooling
and proscrvatlvo propel lien California
Toed Co., agents.
Tho enso against John Hopa,
charged with having bcuu present nt
a gambling game, was nolle prossed In
Judge Do Holt's court this morning.
High Sheriff Henry and Mrs. Henry
hnvo gone over to Koolati for a few
dajs. Tho High Sheriff Is Just recov
ering from his recent socro Illness.
All On, who was Indicted by tho
Grand Jury on tho charge ot horso
stealing, was arraigned beforo Judgo
Dq Holt this morning and entered n
lilcu ot not guilty.
Malinger J. A. Ilalch of tho Wireless
Telegraph Company sent u wlieless
luBt night, saying that ho Is enjoying
his trip greatly. Ilnlch will remain
on tho mainland for about u month.
I Tho Ilaymond ranch on Maul will
soon be Incorporated. Dr. J. 11. Ilay
mond, who is in this city. Is making ar
rangements to extend tho activity ot
tho ranch now that tho Kula plu lino
Den Gullaghcr, charged by tho Grand
Jury with having In u forgetful mo
ment bitten (iff tho eje-brow of nil
acquaintance, was arraigned beforo
Judgo Do Dolt today and reserved his
plea until next Wednesday,
When actual construction work on
1 thu trolley extension to l'cail Harbor
! will bo commenced Is a question. Prop
'jnintlons nro being rushed along as
I rapidly as possible, but there is an Im
mense amount of preliminary work to
bo done, and this work will not allow
' of any rushing.
I Frederick O'llrlen, proprietor of tho
Manila Cablenews-Amerlcan, Is a pas
senger on board tho Korea. Accoin-
' panled by his wifo Mr. O'llrlen is tak-
Ing n trip to tho Pacific Coast, where
ho will remain for a tflno. Ho spent
the few hours In port renewing old ac
quaintances about town.
NO CONGESTION SAY
I (Continued From Page 1)
ntlon, and here has been no moro in
convenience than trans-Atlantic pas
sengers frequently encounter at cer
tain seasons of tho jear,
The general sentiment Is that por
potual "squnlllng" over poor steam
er accommodations does no good nnd
frightens nuiny people nwny from
hero by giving u totally wrong Im
Burns Blames Papers
For British War Scare
LONDON, May I John Hums, Prcildcnt of tho Local Government
Hoard In tho Ilrltlsh Cabinet, tho lender of the Labor Party wing of tho
Liberal Majority, speaking at tho hjnquit given by the International Ar
bitration League tonight, denounced tho Journalists of Great llrltnin,
who, he Bald, nro provoking tho Anglo-German scarp. Ho said that theso
nro the same men who led England Into tho liner war.
British Visit Tokio
TOKIO, May 2 - Hear Admiral Lumtiton, who Is in rommnnd of tho
llrltluli squadron now visiting In Japanese waters, was today received In
audlenco by tho Empetur
CONSTANTINOPLE, May 2. Tho marines In the Katnln barracks
mutlncd today, but were quickly mirroundcd by thp troops of the new
government nnd forced to surrender. This Is regarded ns the last flicker
of opposition to the new regime.
SEARCHING FOR ABDUL'S H0ABD.
An Inventory has been made of the treasures In the Ylldtz Palaco
and a search la now being made for the hoard of money reported to havo
been accumulated y.. tho deposed Sultan and concealed by lilni.
COUNTING COST OF STORM.
ATLANTA, Georgia, Mny 1. Tho damage dono throughout tho
Southern States byithe tornadoes Friday Is estimated nt several millions.
Two hundred persons are dead from Injuries received from falling build
ings, nnd four hundred nro wounded.
WRECKS ON THE LAKES.
CHICAGO. May 1. Four vessels havo been wrecked and sunk on tho
lake In tho Btorm. A. portion ot tho claws wero lost.
m i i i
BLACK HAND AT WORK.
CHICAGO, Mny 1. A band of Sicilians made an attempt today to
assasslnnte Detective Longabardl, tlitho head of the lllack Hand squad of
the city police force. The attempt wai mndc nt Lnngab.itdl's home. Ho was
wounded by it stiletto.
m i i
CASTRO BREAKS LOOSE AGAIN.
PARIS. Mny 3. It Is reported that former President CaBtro, of Ven
ezuela, Is preparing to bring suit for damages against tho French govern
ment, because ot his expulsion from Martinique.
MAY DAY CELEBRATION.
I1UF.NOS AYItES, May 1, Ono hundred persons wore kilted nnd
wounded In n buttle here today between tloters and tho police, the trouble
arising during a Mny Day demonstration.
SAILORS ON LAKES STRIKE.
CHICAGO, May 2. Twelvo thousand sailors fiom tho vessels In tho
lake carrj Ing trndo have gono out on n strike.
HENRY MAY & CO.. LTD.,
Fort St:. Phone 22.
'For 8ale" earda a Bulletin.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
I Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
aiu ei.j i, v, xiui yil,
for Summer Suits. We have a splen
did lot of cloth. Let us make you a
W. W. Ahana Co.,
I 62 King St Phone 521.
Fine Duff-Oonlon Amontillado Slier
ly, twenty )ears old beforo bottling,
Dubonnet Wlno Dltters and other tublo
luxuries at Thos. F, McTlgho & Co.,
an King street.
Tho N. 8. Sachs Dry Goods Co. Is
show Ing somo very handsome wush
materials at prices that will effee. n
quick clearance. Tho big reduction
salo of wash goods began this morn
ing. For Itent A flno hoiiso on Mukeo
'itoail, opposlto Mukeo Island; 6 rooms,
2 bedrooms; stable adjoining. Itent,
$30, A splendid 12 room houso on Pa
cific Heights, G bedrooms, S30, Illsliop
Trust Co., Ltd,
Tho Kush Co, Ltd., havo Just re
ceived a big assortment of hand some
new summer styles In llenjnmln
Clothes, made In tho latest New York
fashions. Call and seo them. Forti
nnd Ilerctanla btreets.
Havo ou tried llollls,ter's for drugs?
For the wnrm weather that Is Just
beginning, get a pnlr of tho now sum
mer white buckskin Oxfordst nt thu
Manufacturers' Shoo Co., Ltd, A neut,
cool, handsome shoo tor ?5,
(Continued from Parre 1)
Honolulu nnd hold a series of revival
Tho principal Bpeakcr of this morn-
Ing'B besslon wns Hev. Mr. Thwlng,
who upoko In detail of his travels
and work while In China. As al
ready staled in this paper, Mr
Thwlng U to return to China, where
tin will tiKo up the work of check
lug tho opium truffle and also edu
cating tho ')titli to abstain from
the ilMircttc habit.
. ;. .1.
IN FOREIOfJ PORTS j ARRIVED J
MORE ARRESTS IN
(Continued from Pa?e 1)
$12.80 a half-pound tin, and otliers rals
Ing tho prlco to $13 33, It Is nil said
to bo of tho same grade and tho differ
ence In prlco seems peculiar.
Leal Is putting up his own money
In all thceo caBcs, and Is beginning to
get low In funds. Ho, of courso, will
gut It hack In time, but flnds It n hard
contract to havo to provide tho cash
to buy tho dopo required In ovldenco
Tho four accused will appear hefoio
tho Police Court tomorrow morning
THE HAIIKENTINU Fullcrtnn ui
rlved jobterduy from G.ivlotn, bringing
cargo of fuel ol for tills port. Sho will
leavo for her homo port as soon as
blio has discharged her cargo,
Monday, May 3.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Mny 2:
S. 8, Chlyo Mam, henco April 22.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrhci! Mny 3:
S. S, Tin)i) Mnru, 3 n. in., hence
POUT Al.LKN, Kauai Sailed May 2:
11. S. Mlssourlau, fur Kiihiilul.
HONOIPUr-S.illcd May 1:
Schr. Defender, for San Francisco,
Ewa Hands Aiea
15 to 2
In tho Plantation I.en';uo games yes
terday tho i:n bunch put It all over
tho Alea crowd l)' n score of lu to 2,
and tho two runs scored by thu losers
was the fault of cirora by tho Kwn
tlehlmeu. Tho Kwn bunch put up n
ttrong game, nnd their pitcher, Cl.irko.
i.trnck out no less than eleven men,
nnd did not give freo transiiortntloii
to any of tho opposing side; his curves
wero all to tho good and ho simply
paralyzed tho batsmen fiom Alea.
Tho Alea tenm had to make n change
In pitchers and Lumlnul was put in
Hip box In place of llenlto. Thero was
a fnlr-Blzed crowd at tho gamo, nnd tho
rooting wns good. Maguato WeBt was
very much In evidence, nnd his coach
lug of the Hwa boys wns lminente. In
fact the Kw.i lnilti forgot all nboift
their defeat nt the bauds of the Will ;
nnao team nnd now feel Hint they havo
a good look lu for tho clinmpitmtdilp.
TIip standing of (ho teams Is ns fol
lows: la .833, Walimao, .S33, Wnla
lua, .333, nnil Alea .000. llotli Hwa
and Wnlanno havo won live out of six
games, wlillo Wnlaln.i mid Alot have
wont two, and none, respectively.
Thero will bo a meeting of tho Plan
tation League delegates nt Ewa on
Sunday next, nn.l bour.il Important
matters will bo up for consideration;
tho protested gamo will bo ono of the
things to bo decided nnd tho balance
of the schedule of games Is iiIko to bo
Per P. M. 8. S, Korea, from Japan,
May I. For Honolulu, Col. C. E. Had
deley, Mri. C. E. lladdeley, Dr. Annlo
llarnnrd, W. lllrkmjro. Major J. P.
llrevvln, II. Chlba, W, II, Llewellyn, W.
Alfred Tnvlsh. who Is chnrL-ed vvllh
nssnult nnd bnttery, bad his caso con
tinued till Alny 8,
Theo. Pnddo. it soldier, wns din-
charged to tho cimtixl) of his superior
omcers. Ho had Imbibed well but
not wlnsely, nnd consequently had got
Into tho booby-houso,
Daniel Grant Weber nnd Miss May
Gousnlves wero married jesteiday. Mr.
Weber Is n joung man well known In
boclal clrcloH, and his bride Is tho
daughter of M. A. flons.ilves, Iho local
Tho dnnco to bo given by the car
men of tho II. It. T. Co, on Saturday
night next, piomlscB to ho ono of the
host tho hoys hnvo over given, nud
from all nccounts will bo attended by
n largo crowd. Tho ball will bo held
In tho K. P. hall, and us tho receipts
aro for n charltitblo Institution nobody
will begrudge tho half dollar that tho
Tho Union lllhlo study class will
meet at tho Hrst Methodist EpUrop.il
church Monday ovenlifg nt 7:30 o'clock.
C. .1 Day will hnvo charge of tho class,
It Is now tho liitciitlc.li to select n
teacher fiom mch church represented
In the clans who will havo clmrga onco
p'idi month. Mr Day will bo one of
(he icqiilur teachers, Como and Join
tho elms If jou nio not now n mem
ber. Everybody come.
THE NOEAU, arriving fiom Kau.il
yesterday,.! ought 4000 bags of K, P.
Sunday, May 2.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Tullctt, from Molo
kal and Maul ports, a. in. .
Stinr. Noenu, I'lltz, from Nawltlwlll,
llkln. Function, McKcchnlo, from
(i.ivlotn, 10 it. in.
Schr. Helcne, Thompson, from Port
Ludlow, 2:30 p. m.
Monday, Mny 3.
8. S. Korea, Snndbcrg, from Japan,
11:15 n. in.
S. 8. Anrnngl, Phillip., from Van
couver, 12 noon.
SAILING TODAY t
P. M. S. 8. Korea, for San Francisco,
possibly at C p. m. (may not sail until
S. 8. Aorangl, Phillips, for Colonics, 5
C.-A. S. 8. Aorangl, from Vancouver
P. M. S. 8. Korea, from Yokohama,
8. 8. Korea. Snndbcrg. for San Fran.
Cisco, 12 noon.
Stmr. Mauna Kea. Freeman, for
Maul nnd Hawaii, 12 noon.
Stmr. Mlkahal.t, Tullctt. for Molokal.
Maul and Laniil, 5 p. m.
8tmr. Klnau, Gregory, for Knual.
5 p. m.
Per It. M. S. Aornncl. from Vniiemtv.
cr. May 3. Mrs. A. O. Mooro. Miss N.
.Yiaxyveii, ur. II. Law, Mrs. II. Law, E.
Macfle, Mrs. Mncflo. Miss Macfle, It.
Mncflo. Master Macflo. G. Mllnn. Mr.
Shepherd, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Datten-
lew, .Mr. nnil Mrs, C. Smith, J. V.
Itouecho, J J. lluvery, .Mr. James and
Per stmr. Mlkahala. from MnlnWn!
nnd Maul ports. May 2. Misses T.
nnd L. Choy, J. Oolsteln, Miss II
Seurlo, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hurtwell
ami child, Miss A. Adcock, Miss II.
Koupff, A. Alwohl, .1. 1). Sllvn, J. K.
Iopn, John Akl, Aiilono Sllvn.
Per stmr. Noeuu, from Nuwnllwllf,
Mny 2. Kong Lum.
Per stmr. Mauna Kea. for Mnul nn.i
Hawaii, May !. Jus. Webster, Paul
Isenberg, A. Ahrcns, Mrs. 11. W. Kin
ney nn.l 2 children. Alfred Freltas. Sen
ulor Drown, It. Scott mid wife, Clair
Kelley, Mrs. Ilanncy Scott, A, Lindsay,
O. P. Gibbon, Dr. J. II. Ilaymond. J.
L. Coke, J. W. Doylo, Mrs. Chester, Adu
Hind, Eva .Moore, Miss Davis, Eva
Pump-on, 1.1,-y Dull, Eunlco Chester.
Alfied Oouldlug. Frank Chester, Fred
Poll u,l, Alfied FrcltaH, Mrs. Hurliort,
Mr Horner, Mrs. Homer nud 2 chll
clp'ti, A. Young. Mrs. P. McLean, F. W.
Akton, It, I LUllo, Mrs. tMlrbanks, Mr.
Tlmmoiis, F Klamp, J. F. Hackfold, F.
Hurrifcon, MUs 8. Hurrlson, Geo. llroiu
ley, Wlillo Pollard, Jack Pollard, Frod
Mncuiinmon, Harold Frazer, L. A.
Thm stun, A. L. C. AtklnBon, It. C.
Ill own, J, II. Ward. Loo Jno, W. P. Kn
puliuil, Phillip Victor, H. C, Men.
Per stmr. Klnau. for Knual Mn a
P. in. Francis (lay nnd wifo, Mjs
hobo, WISH Klston, H. Hngens, Otto
Wlx, Mrs. W. II. Rico, Jr.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, for Molokal,
Maul and Laual, May 4, B p. m J F
G. Stacker. J. T. Giles, J. F. Wooioy'
A. F. Judil.
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evenlnq
Bulletin nlvut a complete summary of
thu npwi of the day.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cv6
, .Motor' 5175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
E-iq Si oppH Soattj S, j
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