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Evr.Nisn ntruxTW. itoxomimi. t h wnrociamv mvn.iQM
lrnnd, very stylish nnil up-to-date. Positively the
The i,cl in ,i,irt waists
tprises a profusion of long sleeve models, nil new
of fine lawn j
others made ''' rivc 'Wfe10"1 tvles to sclect fom mndc
VHlencienncs llocd front, and trimmed with embroidery;
ikc tucked and trimmed with double thread
LOT 2 at $n othcrsplnin tucked and tailored.
line lawn and ah . ... j r
loce and cmbro dr "" WM to sclcct fronh "ide J
rom me all embroidery, others a combination of
10T 3 at ?ii.fcks back and front
mhio!!kry0mdl&Llto to selcct from- raadc ,f shlcr fil,e,
mu iace ,e baby tuckj) ,ncc trimmcd, others of
AN KN'LAIUJKMISNT of one of your own PIG'ITRKS. Any ncgatm- that
will make a good orclinim print will make a good en- PT J ID "D JjY'S
largement. They can be ni;uk- rich as etchings if taken to
HILO WANTS THAT
"FROM FARM TO FACTORY "
10T 4 nt SU.rrHerv trimmed'.
cry tiimmcd, and fine. i
SEE WINDOW DKPT a rau11 nnd fine lftWn'
. """-A, d with stiff
lace and cmbroid
cuff and collar.
A larn-f imu ...-.-.i- . .
d.Kemet'.o'Vuy iBt "n UnuS ttractlvc ln stle and, -pri.CC-utiy
now. flcure) oiTerinB you n big in-
FROM FARM TO FACTORY AT TH E ORPHEUM TONIOHT,
Tin- Elleford Company will to
night present l hi" rural diama.
Trnm Pnrin to Pat tor) ' Nothing
roiiM lie mine licnullful, mote ap
pealing!) teniler tli.in this Btir of1 drnnisi.
UN SCHOOL WORK
Shows Former Pupils
Are Doing Well In
TIip public schools of Hawaii nio
imt turning out Idlers ' Tliov niel
turning mil bo)s and girls who nr
hmiI uinl willing to ko to work Mid w,.,o ,,,,.
i. ii ii an honest llvi'llliooil nl honesi
tall, ami the grout tmijcirit) of those
To Present New
3 J-ds. long at S5 ,mir,
3I2 Jds. long: at !?J pair.
a'S yds. Ions:, full width, at
at sT'-n""1.1; Bcttc- qualities
at $1.50, $a, and up.
pas. lone, extra wide, new
W.35 a pair.
wide, $ Wi yds. long, extra
who have left Hie Institutions of
Ic.tinliii: 111 HiIk Terrllor) ate nl-
inukc It a I' ,eili) ut work
At the in . Suturdn) the (i Thlt , tll. 8)Btnnce or tin- aiialy-'
born CliHiln will appear In Hi' i -i,, f table or data whlih has Just
celebrated i of Prince ltm l fl miupilcd In Suicrlnteii.leiit
Tlie Little I In mo (oiiuu , .1,1,11, ..(,,... .,,, ii,ree months'
'Tlic MmiImiii (llrl TIki ,,.,, i , ,,n... 11,,,. n,n ufnilmtri
lumber's loe for Ills little sister, will lie new - .laities, unit Iniinedl Qm )f 11Uiir j 2i)0 bo)s nnd gltls
to wliiini lie is tloiibl) attained n ft ntoiy liner in. iiinuncc o"i'i ""'.who left tlie public schoolB nt Hie
promise nude to Ills dead mother. Cordon Osbum will bold n reception I (U1, nf ,,, )a8l M1()0i Kar tlie tlg
TIip sconor) lias been specially on Hie stage, n. whltli tlio audleni. U(1!) ,01,,t.( n Mr llnlibltt show
prepared for the production, and Is Invited. ( hlldren under tell, ten ,,h it ()U r7 nr(. ,lnt ul y,.,, a
,,,,il,li. Ii,,a been left undone tolteills. and iidults twenly-nve Cents ( li,,,,..r.ill pi v nmall lunnlier lire 1111-
Cluny design, 3'2 yds lonn- nt ,, Madc of h . . j,
$1.25 n pair S' Battcnberi; ,ct, trimmed with
a'a,r- 9n..10 a pair npplique, from
SEE OUR CURTAIN DISPLAY
Sachs Dry Goods Co. Ltd
Fort and Beretania Streets
NO TRANSPORT FOR
The CoiiKrcsslonnl p.ut which
will visit Hawaii III the suiuiner tail
not come on nn nrniy tiansport 1 He
Secretary or War has dec bled iiKiilnat
the use of transports for hihIi pur
pose, on 1111 (Hint of the lienvj move
incut or troops to Manila whlili I"
now under win
Iklesntc Ktililo. nrcompanleil bv
liia s.'i retnrv. imieil on tlie Hitie-
tarv of War lo ascertain whether or
not ft transport would be available
for the tonv..iiiu. cit tlie Congres
sional pnrt I" Hawaii. They weie
told Hint It il.l not bo. The par-
t It Is oxp. .ixl will tome on tlie
I'.idlk' Mall Imi.i Mongolia, leaving
S.in rrnnrlsm lulv 'i'l.
Antitiilii It, . ulii, unit Indicted liv
the (hand .Inn fur assault on n little
Kill olil 1- x iri old. appeared lieroro
IiiiIl-i. I)c Unit ibis niornlng and In
steail or Mtninlliu: trial, as he first pro-
IhimmI todav, .111. led 11 plea of gulMy
lie will be wMiiMiiid tomorrow Tlio
witnesses wn all 011 haml nnd everj
tl.lnt. uttu 11 1 I. lur tin. trlnl to beislll
whin the pi 1- Ihicw up Ids hands
x unteil for In the reports, hut
iiimiU nil of those upon whom nn)
renin t lias been made lire doing
soni. tiling to earn their living
Soim time nco Suiicilntemlent
1 tn lil.lt t Rent nut to curb si hool 111
the 'Icrrltor) a blank which he asked
the tcurliers to 1111 out This blank
was lo show the number of pupils
who lefi sthool last June, their 11a
tlomilin, sex. age nnd In what grade
thev were lien thej leH. The re
port was a (omplex one, and many
or Ihein hnd to be made out more
than oiue on iiKount ur numerous I c
mistakes In the reports first sent In h
I In t the llcures are all 111 now and
have belli lompllcd by the Superln- u
tendent Ills table shows that nt t
If you order from us
Call nnd See the New 30-H.P
THE 7-PASSENGER, 40-H.P.
nnd 40-11. P. CHALMERS.
DETROIT TOURING CAR.
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
The Pond fo'-y
ABSOLUTELY HACK RATES.
Wilson and Murphy. . ..Proprietors
Hotel Street near Nuuanu (Oil
Phone, temporary, 468. '
Tine family milch cows just ar
lived. CLUB STABLES
BENNY & CO., LTD.,
And Buyers Of
415 Queen St.
1S5 editorial rooms 25( bul
nesj office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
Your machine will h rnA rv.
0U when we snv it will k vu.
don't experiment ou autos: we repair
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDING.
GEO. S. WELLS. Mcr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191.
TOURING CAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Received ex Alamrda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
tapas, baskets, mats.
Hotel near Fort. ..
for One Month
WITH every "LEONARD CLEANABLE"
REFRIGERATOR we sell be
tween May 15th and June 15th
we will give one month's ICE FREE.
The reason why we can do this
is because the "Leonard f leanable"
takes less ice than any other refrige
rator, and we wish to demonstrate
how you can effect the same saving
the rest of your life if you get a
"Leonard Cleanable" Refrigerator.
Full line of sizes just in. Ready for inspection.
H. ftackfeld & Co.
he Bulletin office.
who Is under ln
(Irnnd Jur, nnd
. tiled on Mil) 20.
in. I with a s t i. ms accident tills
imintiti It iniiMiirK that be WHS
dtllng a joiins horse along Kunkl-
til street, mid In some wit the nnl
liprame frightened and phi)ed up
Ciillncher wk.i thrown out on his
head nnd sustained some severe tuts
He was picked up and, after ex
amination, wus (onvc)ed to the
(lueen'H Hospital, where he Is nt
piesent (onllned to his bed. The In-
Jiirbs. nlthuugh painful, are not
ver serious, mid It Is expettcd that
he will be In a condition to attend
inurt and answer the tharge of
mnhem whldi Is laid ngallist hlin
It will l,e remembered that Clnllng-
hei Is incused of trjlng to bile the
ejebrow o Ha nrui some tlnce wicks
the end of the sthool jear last June
'Jll lios and girls l.JiSt bos
and 1,327 girls left public schools
of the Terrltorj not to return Or
these, C'.l were Huwull.ui, 4S part
Hawaiian, lt2 AmerUnn, 21 llrltlsh.
'11 (leriuan. ni.U rortugiiese. lv
Mc.niillii.il I. in .l!C .1 ana n est'. -SI
'hliiese, i;:i Spanish, 18 Korean, '."
'orto Itlcnn, and 17 other rorelgners
This, however, does not mean that
It litem. ililldrcn ban drotined
lietr klIhioI work, tor mniiv or them
inve simply left one hihool to go lo
nt.llifir Vine liiimlreil nnd fortv-
seven bojs and 78'J girls, a total of Kood Trlbuiit
I.72SI, are attending other Tcrtl
torlnl hIkmiIs. so the dlffeiience be
between the two totals 1,182 -Is
approximate the number who hnvi
left the public schools of tho Terri
tory Of this total, C37 arc bos
and C-tr. are clrls Torty-scven of
them 29 bojs and 18 girls, have
left to attend tolleges, universities
nnd other eduentlonal Institutions on
Or those who either trnnsrerred
from one srhool to another or who
((included their school dujg, C7I
were between the ages ut six nnd
nine ears, 777 between nlno and
twelve S22 between twelve and llf
teen. and 6.13 were over fifteen J ears
Of the 1,182, approximately, who
have leH thp public schools. COT are
known to be nt work Onl r.7 are
known not to be doing ans thing,
though the oMiipatlons or 3HC ure
One hundrid and sevcnt-nve boys
and 215 girls a totnl of 310. arc
listed as working ut home 72 bo)S
nnd H girls. Mi in ull, nro nt worl.
In business houn's. 134 bojs nnd 23
girls, u totnl of 1 r.7. ate working on
plantations, ir. bog and 35 girls nre
employed as domestic servants
Thlrtj-fonr of the pupils who left
sthool last June are now teathing
what they themselves have learned
Of these, S arc mules and 20 nro
Of tho 57 who arc known not to
he at vvoili, 23 uru bojs and 31 mu
girls Tho occupations of 204 bojs
and 1C2 girls who left school lust
June hnve not been reported upon,
though It is probable, Judging from
the other llgures, that most or them
nre at work earning an honest liv
ing by honest toll
It Is worth or note that or tho 47
children who left Hawaii's schools
at tho close of tho last school jear
to attend mainland schools, the
Portuguese nnd Japanese lead In
numbers, there being 11 or them
This however, mav hu accounted foi
by Hie fntt Hint most of them are
the children of parents who have
moved uw.i from tho Territory Of
those nttenillng school on the main
land line Is Hawaiian, 6 are p.ut
Hawaiian, in Amurliun, 11 Portu
guese 11 Japanese, nnd 8 Chinese
viiiv 4 Tlint tin t ,in
. i.v was nppotiii.il it lb
h i ting to pus. nt in Hie
-ui . i v liors the requ. sf for
11 ii m . nt .if a rountv engl-
i" in i, ii new lesolution lo
Ii' I 'I i' i'ii meeting tomorrow
' 'I ' I i-m ii i f tin mim nnd public
tiiei'iM. In . i.im Satnida after
noon .it I ll. in. lis Hi The in w
resolution I' ,-. .billed should
show thut Hi. iniilmir should Wink
under the din lion nt ti. lloaid. nnd
should not hate tin m.t to dis
charge labor. in. but -hunl.1 icpoit
rases whete the road sup. rilsors it-
fused lo enrrv ml' his In-ii m tlntm
to the Hoard, which mud Ih.n tuko
The meeting was nn (xceedlng'v
llvel (me, Terrv and ll in lending
a small ( rew or rem llmi ules witlt
much vigor, exoetllngn much ns a
matter or fart Hut it was one or
these tases where the maximum of
effort brought the minimum nf n
sult, nnd the tide In ravor of the ap
pointment of an engineer swept
over nnd enveloped complete!) tho e
who tried to oppose It
There Wore neveiul Intilrestlng
features about the meeting All
hands agreed Hint the community
was not getting its monev s worth
out of the mono spent ou the roads,
and Hint the road supervisors wete
to blame, and the renort made by
the special rnund-tlie-Island Hoard
tommltlee was claimed to he very
erroneous, at least In spots. Another
statement made by Supervisor Por
tland! at the Inst Hoard meeting
was also (piestloned rinally them
were thox who Insisted Hint the en
tire movement was ridiculous nnd
On the whole It was n very Inler
citlng llwl and animated meeting.
and even If all did tint agree, tho
ii"(iisslon or public quest, cms In this
milliner (ould not lie hut u gentrul
the Bulletin nlflr..
cere's on sale at
Severn! lots al a hurgnln rrom 17.ri
lo 1J25. at Alewu on Kunnwut l.ane,
below J mid street Hood view Cool,
health Ne.ir cur line. Uoverif
ment water Ten per cent cash, tint-
iinic. In small monthly nntmenlH.
P. E. R. Strauch
card, on sale at
"The kind jour grand,
Admittedly best for gen
letter now than ever."
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
Some hand painted.
Oat & Mossman,
76 Merchant St. near P. 0.
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY. LTD.,
rort ana Merchant St.
WING CH0NG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
Nuuanu and Hotel St on site of old
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
74 S. King St.