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KVENINO nniLETIN. I10N0MJMJ, T. !!., MONDAY, MAY 10, 1009.
WATCH OUR WINDO
The Brown & Lyon Company,
Booksellers, have consolidated with the
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.,
And moved their stock of General Books to their
new store in the Alexander Young .Building.
rown & liydii Cd;;
m a lam
Oceanic rirst Degree.
Hawaiian First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
Honolulu Cominandcry Reg
All visiting members of the
j Order are cordially Invited to
I attend meetings ot lucul lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. E.
TSJsits- every Monday evening at
;I:B0 In 1. O. O F Hull, Tort Street.
B. K. Hi:XI)llY, Secretary.
" v. d. w icki:, n. o.
All visiting brothers very cordially
0AHU L0DQE, Mo. 1, K. of. P.
Meets every (lret nml third Fr
lay evening at 7:30 In K. ot I'. Hall,
comer Tort and Dervtnula. Visiting
Druthers cordially Imlted to nttenit.
f. ii. nui;i:m c. c.
II. GOSLl.Nli. K. U. S.
HONOLULU L0D0E 010, B. V. 0. E.
' llouoluiu Lodge No. CI ft, II. I. 0
Elks, meets In tholr hull, ni King
Street, near 1'oit, evoiy Friday evuii
Inc. Vial i lug IlioUtoio aic curdlall)
lnritcd tn attend.
i:. a. uoiniiiTT. r:. n.
II. C. i:STUN, Sce'y.
!V7m. M'KIHLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets ever) 'Jnd and Itli Saturday
tvenlng at 7.U0 o'lluik In K. ot I'.
'Hall, cor. Kurt tun.1 Ilerctanla. Visit-
, (nc brntliors cordially luvlted to ai-
F. M. MriHlRW, C 0.
H. A. JAI'OIISHN, K. R. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
j Meets on the 2nd nnd 4 th WRD
NESDAY evenings ot each tnuntb at
7:30x o'elosL lu K. of P. "Hull, corner
' fierc'fr.hln nnd l'ort streets.
Visltluz Eagles ato Imlted to at
t W. M MrCOY, W, Trent.
H. T. MOOKU. fiecy.
HAWAIIAN TMBE No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Mecta every first nnd third Thurs-
jftnyu ot each imtntli lit Knights ot
'"Pythias Hull, v'taltliiir brothers cor-
fnlally Invited to ittcud.
Oi:0 SAXnHRWN, Sachem.
R. V.TODI). C nf It.
tWith A Very Smell Amount
Invrctcd In One of Our
,ou Can Save A lot of
$ Time A Lot ef Worry.
We Can Sell You One
(' That Carries A Guarantee.
U A. R. Vieira & Co.
$113 HOTEL ST,
Find Help in Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound
Wlnchecter Itiil. "Four doctors
InM mo that tlioy roiild never make
me regular, and
tlut I would even t
imlly liae dropiy.
I would Moat, nntl
and chills, and I
could not sleep
nluhts. ily mother
wrote tojirs. Pink
liamforaiWIco.and I lippan to tako
pounil. After takliiR one and one.
Ii.ilf bottles of the Compound, I am all
rlu'lit n)?.ilti, nnd I recommend it to
every snfTerlnc woman." Jilts. Mat
1)i:al, AVInclii'strr, liul.
Hundreds nf sueli letters from frfrls
and mothers expressing tlirlr gratitude
for li.it I.yiii.i i: I'lukham's Vege
table Compound has accomplished for
them have been reeehed uyTlio I.ydla
K. rinkham-MedlcIno Company, Lynn,
(ilrlswho nre troubled with painful
or irregular :riods, backache, head
ache, dr.iging-ilow'ii sensations, faint
ing spells or indigestion, should take
Immediate action to ward oft the seri
ous conseipiPi'i nnd bo restored to
health by J,)dla V.. I'inkliam's Vege
table Compound Thousands liavo been
restored to health by Its use.
If you woiilil Ilkospocinl nilvlco
nbout jour ease writnnconllilcn
tint letter to .'Mr.s. IMnUlinin, nt
I,j nn. ?Inss. Her mlvicu is free,
nuil nhwiys helpful.
Wc are in line with the
best assortment of
Tn 4n mtir1rf All maI..
Perfumed and Plain. I
Just ask for the kind you
Lehnhardt's Candies always
Kins and Fort Sts.
, VEGETABLE and FLOWER
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Did,
LOCAL , AND GENERAL
The B u 1 1 e t i n ii selling a school
scratch-pad of 200 shetts for S cents;
six for a quarter.
Ten good auto-hacks. Phone 6,
Al. Tliurlow of tho Hoyal Annox
serves tho finest meals In tow
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. P. Iltudwln arc
booked to Ieao In tho Mauna Kea to
morrow I John It. llcrgstrom, plnno tuner
nnd repairer. Address P. O. box 40.
A. V, Judd, tho nttnrnoy,.wlll o to
Moloknl tomorrow. Ho leaves In tho
If you are looking for any of your
frlonds so to tho "Two Jacks" and
jou'll find thorn.
Attornoy I). L. Wlthlngton will go to
it.... .., ,. i nt . ,..
iiitintii iiuiuuiiyn, miiiiiik Hv iiuuii in
ine .Mauna ica.
Take your carriage or automobile
to llairnllnn Carriage Manfg. Co., foi
Intpr-ltland anil O. It. A I., shipping
books for salo at the Untie tin
ofnee, CO each.
W. A. Ilnldwln of Mniil will he
among thu outgoing pasrongcru In tin
Mauna Kea tomorrow.
Dr. O'Day, nccompHiilcd by Mrs.
O'Day and children, will lcavo for
llllo, Hawaii., tomorrow,
Pablo Martinez, a vagrant, was treat
ed to n suspended scntenco of thirteen
months by Judge, Audrade this morn
ing. The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 60 cents at B u 1
1 e t i n office
W, O. Smith and party will ha
among tho outgoing passengers In thu
Mauna Ken, which sails at noon to
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
nnd prcscrvatlvo properties California
Feed Co., agents.
Things wcro dull nt tho Polleo Court
this morning, thcru bolng only a half
dozen canon on tho calendar and most
of thoso wero postponod till future
Attorney W. A. Klnrfoy, accompanied
by stenographer R. A. Koarns, are
booked to leave lu tho Mauna Kea to
morrow. They will go to Maul on bus
iness. Ilcv. S. Ii Desha, who has been und
ergoing nn 'operation at I'alamu Hos
pital is booked to loave for his homo
In llllo tomorrow. Ho will leao In
tho Mauna Kea.
I". J. Hare, tho poatnlTlco Inspect
or, Ik booked to leave In ttja Mauna,
Kea tomnnow. Ho will probably In
spect tho post offices on Mnul und Ha
wnll before returning to Honolulu.
William Frost, alleged to bo a pnl of
Cottrell, who was sent over to thq reef
for six months for attempting to rob
n man named Lindsay, got a slxty-tlny
sentencu this morning at tho Police
Court. Frost Is alleged to bo of doubt
ful character, and will bo safo with
his chum at Henry's Hotel for somo
time to como.
Kcohokl, who perfected to keep
Mother's Day jcstenlay, nnd Jnstcad of
attending church, put In tho ifay In, a
despcrnto affair with a bottle, wrts
gi,en a thirty-day oxcursjon. It was
not to Pvarl Harbor, ant) Kcp prob
ably regrets that ho did not war a
whlto carnation Jesterday. Judgo An
ilrado attended to tho details In tho
FormfV Vlco President QJiarlps Vf.
Fairbanks was a guest of th Ilnlvur.
slty Club Saturday night' nt a banquet,
imu , turn nuiiur -, fiuy-wicee sat
down at tho big U-shaped tables. Gov
ornorVear was loastinaster-and him
solf gavo tho toast, "Thu Ouost of
Honor," to which Mr. Fairbanks re
sponded in a spucch highly eulonlBtlc
ot IImval undaim hoaplUilloty-of hen
I I II
Come and have a handsomo suit
made up in correct style at
W. W. Ahana. Co.,
02 King St. Phone 521.
ROOSEVELT FOR MAYOR
Ni:V YOItK, May S The nomination of Theodore UooBColt for
Major of this city tins lieen proposed by General Stewart I.. Wood foul,
formerly Minister to Spain.
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FRENCH STRIKERS LOSE ENTHUSIASM.
PAHIS. May 9, It Is licllced that the postal and telephuno
strike 'hns been deferred owing to the strong Rtnnd of thu go eminent.
There was no enthusiasm nt tho meotlng of four thousand employes when
the resolution was passed to walk out at the command tit the committee.
PARIS, May 8. Troops, police nnd resencs nro guarding tho
central pout and telegraph station. One hundred and dfiy thousand
cnrrler pigeons, trnlncd for war servlco huvo been put ut the disposal
of tho postal authorities. ;
m i i i s.
OIRD SWORD ON MEHEMMED V.
PnK'OT I VTH'fltll t- f.l ,1 1'lnl.n.i.lA ..an.. .nt I...... ......... ......1 ...
ifUPDUiit i.iuri,r .tiuj 4 latniiiiiu iiu iii violin nviv llllliiu 111
gird the sword of state on Mohemmcd V. jesterdny, u ceremony nkln to
liiu l,,iiii(iiiuii in vlllinwtiu M,,uiv-,s
witness tho ancient rltn.
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FILIPINO ASSEMBLYMEN BOLTED.
MANILA, May 3. Ten Asscmblmcn bolted nnd refused to legis
late, thus blocking important measures, as n result of udvetse action
taken on tho minority report on tho Pit) no 111 1 1. Later they rcturntil to
WASHINGTON',' Mnj 8. Tho following changou linvo been iiimlo
In the commanding nfuccrs of battleships: Captain Coffman goes to tho
New Jersey; Newton to thq Nohraska; Tnppan to tho Kenisarge;
Iloush to tho Ohio; Oilman to the Illinois, C'owlcs to the Conueclcut;
Ilnilgcr to the Kansas.
CHICAGO CABBIES STRIKE.
CHICAGO, May 8. ,A thousand
Jordan's big cloim-iip salo now on.
Iluy jour trlpto mirrors nt Hollls-
Tho Trent Trust Co. havo a pine-
applo ranch for bale.
Tho stock bunks of tho Oahu Sugar
Co.,, Ltd., will bu closed to transfers
fron) May 11 to 15, 1909.
Our meals nro different from tluro
nt other Cafes. Our patroiiM know Hint (
ovcryiiuuij seneu nere is Clean nun
well-cooked and wholosomc. Alexand
er Young Cafe":
Tho display nt tho M. S. SacliB Dry
Ooods Co. today proved very attrac
tive. Soma yery handsome und entire
ly now shirt waists nro being shown
at extraordinary values.
Oat & Mossmnn, tho stationers, hnvo
a now lino of plneo cards, programs,
and tally cards Just In. They aro all
pretty, and somo aroMinnd-polntcd. Dif
ferent sizes nnd pi Ices. 70 Merchant
TURKEY'S NEW SULTAN.
(Continued from Pass 11
arch. Mohmd V for that will bo
his Imperial title was born on
LNay. 3, 1844, and Is thcreforo two
yeats and Borne weeks younger than
his brother, Abdul Hnmld.
Mohemmcd Ilcschad Is tho third
son of that famous Sultan, Abdul
Medjld, to occupy the Ottoman
throne, Murnd V , wjio wns dopoacil
and Imprisoned for twenty-live jenra
under the plea that ho was insane,
being the first of tho threo brothers
to b'o proclaimed Sultan. Abdul
Hnmld wns tho second.
,There Is a fourth son of the old
Sultnn Abdul Mehpld' still allvo
Prince Ahmed-Kemal-Eddine, bom
In J8I7 and It Is pot nmong tho
Improbabilities that he, too, may not
somo day ascend tho Ottoman throne.
In Prison 33 Years.
Mehemmed Ilesehnd, or Mehmd V,
as. he will In tho futuie be known.
las'Vlrtunlly Iled In prison thlrfV
vuree jears. true, nw ptison was a
Will be offered in a few days. Shopworn and sur
plus stock is being sorted out to make room for new
books now on the way.
Watch our windows and counters.
We must clear'out our stock before new books arrive
- Young Building
lis. 1 tlll.-,Hllvia CIU UUl illluull 111
cub drivers hnvo stiuck for higher
palace, hut he w-uh ii prisoner ust
tho sntne. For n third of a century
ho was held a laplhe, guarded by
Abdul Harold's sulillcis, surioundeil
by spies, hia eciy movement wall li
ed. Ho was permitted to hold no
Intercourse with tho outsldo wot Id.
Ho was not allowed to leave Constan
tinople In fact he scarcely was
permitted to leao tho walls of his
prlMiu uu for nn occasional diivo
In u linked c.inluge, surioundeil by
For thlrtj-threc yeais Mehemmed
Itcschuil lived the life of the "Man
In the Iron Mnsk," because. of the
fear of his brother, Abdul Hainld.
Thcio wns icuson for this fear, be
causo Abdul Humid hiiiiKcIf camo tn
tho throne through hln tieaehery to
his elder brother.
It was not until the Salonlc.i nimy
revolted ngnlnst Abdul Hamld's au
thority ten dajs ngo that Mehemmed
Itcscliad broko his pilsou bais und
camo out Into tho world a free man.
Not until the army defied Abdul's au
thority did his brother dare walk tho
strcots of the capital uniloggcd by
soldiers and spies.
Joins the Young Turks.
When the Salonlca nrmy np
proached tho gates of Constantino
ple Mohemmcd Ilesehnd loft tho city
nnd Joined the tioops marching to
dethiono his brother. Ho tool pait
in the councils of tho Committee of
Union and Piogress. Ho nnd long
beon known to them as a friend of
Tho now Sultnn hns no harem.
Ho has two wives, both highly edu
cated In Paris and llcrlln, both dress
ing In Huiopean stylu jind both
daughters of Turkish noblemen, His
homo llfu iilblct It hns been spent
In u pilson bus ulwujs been de
scribed ns Ideal, Ho Is tho father ot
Prince Zln-Eddenc, boin In 1877
Pi I nee Nedjm-Cddeno, born In
Prince i:umer-HI!m, tiorn In 1SS3.
Prlnco Ilefla, born In 1887
Tho new Sultan's niiinu, Moliem
med. Is n vuilatlop 11 Mohomet, It
being considered Inappropriate to as
sume the pieclse nnmn of the pinph
et. Mehmd V Is the thiity-flfth soior
legu ot Tuiltoy, Is ninlo ilescunt ot the
t ; -;.- .... i ;
I IN FOREIGN PORTS f I ARRIVED
Monday, May 19.
SAN rilANCISCO ArrUeil Mnj .
Scbr .las Il'lph, fioni liana pnl 13
SAN KUANCI8CO Aril id Mm S
llktue lluwiill fiiim Muliuk m.i
SAN rilANCIPCO-Al.lved Mm 9.
S. S. I.urllnc. noun, b"iice Mn t.
SAN PKANCISCO ArrUeil M.i 10.
S. S. Knroi. benco Mn i.
SAI.INA cnUZ Airhrd M ly 7:
S. 8 Mexican, from llllo Apt II :"!.
tlAVIOTA Sailed May 9:
Sp. M. H Chllcott for llnnnliilii. I
SAN HIANCISCO Silled Mm !: I
Ilk. Annie Johnson, for llllo.
IIII.O SiiIIcmI Mnj I..
H. 8. MlFSOuilan. for Ralln.i Ciuz.
MAHUKONA AiiUed Ma 2:
Hcliv .1 II Hi nee, ri mil Situ li in
IIII.O Sailed Mnv 1- I
Ilk. It. P ItUhi I. lor 8 in riamhci
CONCERNING S.C. JONES
Information Ik w mil d coil' ruin,'
the wlieronbout of Samuel C Jont'v
Jr. who wns Inst lic.nd fi-om about (l.c
months n';o. At that til.ic be wrs ie-1
i-ldlug In this clt, and had Jm.t hem
dlschnrged fiom the nini. Ills fillur.
Samuel C. Jones, of New llchlclicni.
Pa., has written tof W I,. K.ilon of
1911 South I'lng stu'et for lufon.i ill in
eoueeinliiK I In- wuuig ni'iu. It Ii
thought pisslldo th.it he mnj linvo to-1
eullstiil In tho Aimy.
The suit nt II. T. Mills igalnst I..
Ah l.eoug Tin $11111.21 alleged lo lie
due on an an mint v.ilui Mills
claimed had been usslh.ied to Iilm,
wns won b the ilefeuil.ini, Ah l.eopg
Tho Jul) brought In a erdlit civ
lug Mills mil) S2D2I. the Hum the
defendant claimed he o ..I'd Thu
cane occupied the court am: a July
three dan Ah l.eong was icpict-uit-ed
by I 'led MHxcikoii.
Ida Siullli ot Kahuliil. Maul. Inn
brought suit for dhoice iignlui't her
husband, Daniel Smith, of Piilam i Ho
nolulu, alleging us gioiiml for the ae
t Ion fulluio to mppnit,. The couple
weiu muriled ut Wiiiluliu, Manh H
An execution In favor of Fiaiil.
Thompson und ngnlnst Augustine I'mis
lo secuio sntstucltou of u Judgment
for 510118"), eilteieil ugainst tho ilefeud
nut Maich 29, sailed out of tho Crctitl
Court, was lethrncd by tho High Shei
Iff today fully satisfied.
Tho Captain Cook Coffee Co., Ltd ,
has Tiled with tho Tcnltoi lal Tieas-
iircr nn uniendmeul In ltn (liaitei lu-
cieuslng the cnpllnl stock It inn)
Isniio f I mil $100,1100 lo $7100,000.
Tlli:-UNITi:i) STATFS muiy Ii.iiih
iort Sheililau Is expected to iirilw
hcio from San Francisco on Muy 12.
en I onto to tho Philippines. Shu Ih
bilpglng thu membeiH of Compiinv (1.
Knglneer Coris, to bu ttutloned ut W.il
THE MATSON liner llllimlmi. Cap
tain Johnson, will an he fniin San
Friincbcn on Wednesday, bringing a
good-slzed list of piibsengeis foi Ihls
pint Shu will hnui u good loud of
ciigo for tho local iiiaicliauts
f HI ftK l t
house of Osnitiu, the foundei or the
cinplio und the twenty-ninth Sulinii
blneo tho loiuiuest of CcinMnntlnople.
He Is tall und well piopoi Honed,
but Inclined to rtoop. Ills fcnlurci
nro legulur, hut ho bin, u hooked J
nose uuo tii.it or Aluliil Hnmld. Ills
. eyt-B aie blue und his hair nnd hcaid
in o Ili;ht led. Ills maiiueih mo gru-l
clous, nnd c.is, and he Is exceedingly
Igeneious and kind He Is not nt nil
t rnuiiilc.il, hut Is sincerely lellglous.
! Ilo phis umibiially well nn tho pi
ano ami is a great minuter ot clnsbl
I. Ike the deposed Sultnn, the new
ruler of Turkey pi n good ilinnelils
man, ami ho sketches well,
Sunday; Mnv 9.
Stmr Noeau, Plltz from Nuwlllwlll,
Slinr. Mlkahala, Tullett, from Molo
kill nnd Maul polls 2 !li u in.
ytim. lu.ilanl. .MIKlitll, riom W.il
mi'.i, Kan.il. - p in.
Stmr. Maul, liiini llawull imrts. Z.?M
I' 8. I.. II. T. Kukul. .lohson, fioni
Kau.il. r:30 p. in.
P M S. S Mongolia, from San
Francisco, n. in.
Stun Mauna Kei. I'leem in, for Mnul
und Hawaii. 12 noon
Stun. Kluau, Gregory, for Kauai. f
Stmr.-Mlknhnla, Tullett, for Molok it
A .Maul, i p in.
htmr. Noe.iu, Piltz, for Anahohi, !
Hum Iwii'ml. Mllclull, for Kuwal-
hue, 12 noon.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, Horn MiilnU.il
nnd Mnul, Mnj 9 .Mrs. II. Spencer
nnd fle chihlrui. Miss Mesu. Mrs. Win.
K, Notley, K. (I "edwltz, .1. Kliklimil.
i:. F. Delnert, Miss Mll.ui Macj. It. F.
I PASSENGERS BOOKED ,
1'it stmr .Mauna Kea, toi M.uil unit
lluwiill, m.i 11, 12 noon Mis Itodg-
ns MIkh Maker. II. P. ll.ildnlu. Mia.
II I' llildwln, V O Sinllh and paity,
V Kind, F. .1. Iliuo. 8. It. llohlnsim,
Mis 8. Ilap.il. Miss llap.il, Mis. It A.
I.ui.is Mis Lindsay und child, Alvsh
A Scott iiml wife, A. V. Cnilor iind
wlf" F F HiiM'i.llioM Smith. U. Wag
goner It. A. Keurns, W. A. Kllllic). II
Helmut, . I Kuklnnd, 8 M. Kiinakiinul.
.1 .1 llelscr, I). II. Mnconachli). 1). Dim
wit und wife, Ilov. 8. I.. Desha, Dr.
O'D.M wife und I! children, Mrs Dmui'i
II Hpi.tguc. Miss Alice Hniper, I) I..
Wlthltigton. Dr Case, T. A. Hill iiIiik
hum. Dr. Stow. Geo. Mundon, Ch ik.
Tlliomh, C. I.uinberl, A. Keiiolh, W.
A llaldwln, It. Goslln.
Per I.II1H. Mlkiili il.i, for Moloknl, ,',
p in Mmlii Inneis. Mai la F. M 811
vii. A F Judil, Miss II. Judd, MM
Till: PACIFIC MAIL liner Mongolia
will in rive tonioirow morning fiom
Sun Fruiii Isco, lulnglng u lingo num
ber of well known kaiuanlniis, who
hi)o been lnltiug lu tho Status.
.Among those who hme liookod lo je.no
In her for thu Orient mo former Vlco
Piesldenl Fall hanks, Mis. Fairbanks,
Mis. TlmmoiiH, Mis. llootUher iiml
ACCOIHHNf! to lliu Poilland .linmi
nl. the ineileiu bchooner It. W. Halt
lett, Ciiplulu Olsen, U hiliiglug S:iS,litii)
feet or lumber fiom Poitlaud und 2imi..
nun feet rnuii San Francisco, for Ho
nolulu. The luiiiber will bu iiheil foi
the rowiiiment work In Peiul llai
bur. She left Poilhilld Apill 21 mil
Is uxpittcd to nirlu shmtl.
Till: AMFItlCA-IIAWAHAN liner
Pleiades, lulnglng u good pud or gen
vial' rut go, iiriliud list Satuioiiy af
lei noon riom San Fianihco und I'ugut
Souml poi Is. After she hits ill hnued
her euigohhc will lou) eugai und luaxu
for hei home pint.
Till: SCIIOONIJIt ( A. TIih-t,
which will sill boinn time next week,
will take n full shipment of HiwjIIvi
lice rinui this pjit roi Onus Hailnr.
Thl Is In iiccoidn'icv w)ih the with
of the ofllceih ot iln Compmy
Sea Wrens, $100
18-fqot Motor Launch with 4-CjCrt
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D WALKERS. R0AT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opp"V SoiitU St. j
!UiuSkij..4Lj...'i!t ,fu jr AH'7fm.J'-