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F.VEN'IN'O nm.U'-TIN. HONOLULU, T, It., 'MONDAY, MAY 24, 1903.
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APPORTUNITIES for money saving
in standard goods that no economical
"woman should miss. These for Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday Only. : : :
SPECIAL 110. 1.
43 inches wide. $1.00 quality, 80.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
SPECIAL HO. 2.
20c quality, 15.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
SPECIAL NO. 3.
Meyers make. $1.50 Gloves Sj!l. t?,
Mondny, Tuesday -and Wednesday.
Ladies' Dressing Sacques and
A New Assortment.
WHITE DRESSING SACQUES. made of fine lawn,
tucked ftont and ruffle trimmed, J)0.
WHITE DRESSING SACQUES, mndc of while lawn,
trimmed in light blue and pink, 81.00 each.
WHITE DRESSING SACQUES, made of white lawn,
lace yoke and tucks. S1.II5 each.
WHITE DRESSING SACQUES, made of fine India
linon, lace trimmed, at !jU.50.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO., Ltd.
Corner Fort and licretanin Streets.
There's Money In Poultry
Yon can pet 400 purc-hrcd white
I leghorns, with houses, fences, incu- - iylo IOnCl
bntor, brooders, bone-mill, etc., for
$500. It's a snap.
On disoiav at'AUTOMOBILES
FRANKLIN 100D MODEL
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAR.
The famous hill climber.
The car you htar so much about.
Met chant St.
YOUNG, FAT AND TENDER.
BENNY & CO., LTD.,
- Bottles '
And Buyers Of
415 Queen St.
185 editorial rooms 250 bual
nets office. Three aro the telephone
number of the Bulletin office.
Worthy Of Note
SPECIAL NO. 4.
Invisible Stripe, in brown, cardi
nal, navy. $1.00 nualitv. (J.Te a
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
SPECIAL NO. 5.
30c and 35c Collars, 25.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
SPECIAL NO. 0.
White P.K. Caps
75c Caps, -10.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Opposite Fire Station
Hotel Street, near Nuuuiiu (Old
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
GEO. S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST". PHONE 101.
TOURING CAR, ? 1185.
SCl'JJMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
E. UYEDAj '
1028 NUUANU ST
TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel near Fort.
BONINE LEASES If
THE HOTEL BATHS: What Army
Will ConvertBullding Into
It. K. Ilonlno has leased (lie lid'
(cl Haths iinil will tin n ttic InilltlliiK
Itilti a moving plrtiiio theater. Tho i fact that the fatalities or other cas
building will lie icmodclfd Inside; 'unlltlcs among the men abovo him
tlio plunge Is to lie llooreil over ami may refill! In materially shortening
used iih ah auditorium, and with tlio the time (if walling. At tlio latest,
Laths taken mil In Inrtcaxc tho floor l IIiij middle of October will prnliably
Hpncc, tho place when finished will Been tlio genial mptalu wearing
scat iihont TOO. stills on bis blouse eollar.
Mr. lionlnu plans In make hht Though most people probably
moving plrtme theater somewhat think of Captain, Hees as u young
different In character from any man, he ban. ns a matter of fact, but
other In the city. Many of tho films little more than n year to serve be-
ho will show me (if .in educational
nature, whlln others aro sionlc in"
character. A law number of them
have liren taken by Mr. Ilonlno hlui
i.cir, who Ik tho only operator In tho
country who takes bin own pic
tures, ilevelopes ami mounts theui
ami shows them.
USED BOTTLE TO
Banged It On Small Boy's
Head-Lad Went To
Hob Samoa, who halls from Apia,
dropped Into a moving picture the
liter on Satunlny night. II" evi
dently bad diopped into sccrnl sa
loons enroiitc, ns ho had un elegant
Jag on at tho time ho entered tho
I healer. Hob took Ills seut along
slilo or a small Hawaiian hid and
proceeded to enjoy tho show in his
own way. Ills wny, unfortunately,
was not conducive Id tho happiness
of tho small boy. Instead ot applaud
ing In tho usual way, Samoa picked
up n bottle of soda water ami after
di inking tho (ontcnts rapped tho
Mil's bead with tho empty vessel.
Tho boy's cries nttracted tho at
tention of tlio other spectators, and
mi examination ot tlio Iml showed
that his head was badly cut and
bruised. Samoa was at once arrest
ed nnd concoed lo the Police Sta
tion and charged with assault. Tho
boy hud to he taken to tho Queen's
Hospital, where IiIb injuries wcro at
tended to by tho do tors. Samoa
will have to explain ills conduct to
morrow nt tho I'ollro Court.
(IRANI) I)UCIIi:SS A MOTIIKU--I'arls,
Ma' 10. nriind Diiehesii Ce
cil of Itussla, wife nf ffie eldest Mill
or tho Into (irand Duko Vladimir,
gayo birth to a daughter today.
. Brewed to suit the climate.
That's the point you should consider
when buying beer." Beer requires dif
ferent handling in the tropics than in
cold countries and its just that differ
ence that makes PRIMO superior to
the best beers brewed on the mainland.
Remember! In Hawaii it's impor
tant that you drink -
f r ir
To be Framed?
Take them to
Somo time this coming November
Captain Corwln 1. Iters, U. S. N.,
roinmnnilaiit (if the Naval Station,
will reatli the grndo of icnr uilmlrul.
Tlio exact dato rnniiot lie estimated
at Hie present time, owing tu the
foro retirement. At fij years of age.
naval officers of tho United Slates
rrtlrn from nctlve service, nnd tho
raptnlu is well on Inward tho ngo
Though no one ran prophecy Just
what the net Ion of tlio Navy Depart-
incut will be, it Is not thought likely 'n very Important post, ns practically Wl- ",-'c,, recounted Ills nrn rnll
that Captain Hees will leavo hero all of tho torpedo boats and destroy, "? In Iove wltu Hawaii when ho
until he goes onto tho retired list, ers of tho Atlantic fleet aro unde'r visited Honolulu thlrt-elx years
and perhaps not then.
Captain Hees has distinctly mndc
good since rotnliig here, and with
tlio Increased responsibilities which
will rest upon the shoulders of tho
commandant when tho I'earl Harbor
Naval Station Is an accomplished
fact, ho will be of Inestimable vnluo
tu the government.
GOOPER HAS EXHIBIT
READY FOR SHIPMENT
Will J. Cooper Is getting I ho last
of tho Hawaiian exhibit for tho
Alntka-Yukon Imposition loaded on
board tho transport Dix, I 'or tho
past three or four days tlio publicity
purvejor ot the Promotion Commit
ten him l?:en kept busy elianlng linek
und forth between tho committee's
moms In the Young bunding nnd tho
Tho biggest part ot tlio Hawaiian
exhibit will go on the Dix, Chllds
having only taken a small amount
Willi him on tho Alameda. Thus,
upon Cooper'H bhoulders, has fallen
I ho real work ot seeing the exhibit
loaded and Btnwc.uway.
Cooper stated this morning that
he Jind evwythlng practically ready
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin' Editorial Room Phone 185.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
tie Kind You Have Always Bought
- floguif The
inmrn jLaTi4jniii ii
That Hie captain will not again
have sea duty to perform Is nssurcd,
for ho lias to his credit now more
sea duty than has liny other officer
of the Navy.
Captain Hees' career tins been not
only an honorable one. It has been
n brilliant one. nnd his friends arc
more Impatient than he Is to sec-
hi m wearing the Insignia of a rear
Tho largest torpedo unit ever or
ganized In the United States Navy
has been formed. The unit Is known
ns the Atlantic torpedo flotilla and
Is made up ot three divisions. Here
tofore torpedo flotillas have consist
ed of but one division each.
Lieutenant Commander Kreeman,
who was hero ns ono of tho flotilla.
rmnmnnders nf the PflcMc Heel, has
been ulaced In command of the
lantlc flotilla. Tills gives rrecmnn
his direct command. a- UI1(l concilium ins cry nappy
In responsibility his command far remarks with a poem entitled '0.1-
exceeds that of any captain of tho,'1"'" tl,at brought n ron1 ot n-
Navy, but It Is the policy of tho De- I'huno.
partment lo placo young men on I Col. Schuyler told tho storj ot his
torpedo duty. "r8t tr'1' Mcro ('llrlnK t,,c Spanish-
The nrnn'lmilnn nf tlm Atlantic American wnr .when ho stirred up
torpedo flotiltn has attracted considerable-
attention among naval men.
RETURN THIS YEAR
Tho Kllcfont Company sails for home I '' '")'- Col. Schuyler spoko of
on the Alameda. Tho JZIIcford season ,l10 nmbltlon ot army men to be sta
has not been n marked success till-, llon"'1 on tM Mmd nnd closed hi
je.tr but It is not on account of the ' Miecch m h a crj nppioprlnte arid
quality of tho plays nut on. In fact i Inspiring tilbuto to the cordial splr-
tho standard has been higher Ibis year ll of Hawaii.
and tlio audiences liavo beert very Kollowlng the speeches came n
much entertained. Tho trouble wns violin solo by Mr. lluchley tint
that circumstances combined lo keep! strcti lied out lo four before his nu
Iho audiences down. I dlcnco wns through with the artist.
The Kllcfords aro always popular! Mr. Clnrk sang a baritone solo that
with tho public. Tho netors and the was encored, and James Dougherty
business staff of tho combination have sang some topical song stunts that
a wide clrclo of friends nnd It is hoped brought down the house. Mr. Cas
that they will return beforo the car ceres gavo an Instrumental number.
Is over aiul tlio theatrical business is
clarified somen hat
Mammoth Coke Merger. riltsburg.
May 5. At a meeting held at Union
town today, at which 79 of the 81 In
dependent coko plants In tho.Connols.
villa and Klondlko fields wero repre
sented, statements wero mado war
ranting tho belief that within n week
owners of ovcry plant In thu two fields
will huo signed an agreement for n
German Ambassador Entertained.
Milwaukee, Wis., Mny ".Count John
on Hcrnstorff, thu German ntnbassa
itwt, imid ,,iu hiivm ui ii,iiui ul luntit
eon today at tho Doutschcr club, nn
urlstocrutlo Uermun organization.
sioko In a happy win.
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ARMY AND NAVY AT,
Officers Are Entertained1
At Dinner Saturday
. Orrtccrs of the Army, Navy and
Marine CorM were entertained at u
dinner by the Commercial Club on
Saturday evening, nnd the affair
was inlto the most successful of the
social functions for which the Com-
mcrclal Club has gained an enviable
There were speeches, music nnd a
general good time. Mr. Wakefield,
I'rcsldenl of the Club, expressed tho
cordial, feeling which the people
generally and the business men In
particular have for the representa
tives of tho nation's strength, and
responses were made by Capt. Hees
for the Navy nnd Col. Schuyler for
Army. The remarks were brief.
At-jbut vcr' Pithy, and stirred up much
so much excitement ns n result of
tho men of his command going In
swimming. Ho thought a bath
would be good for them and found
tho proposition very cordially re
ceived. Ho was told where to send
I bem, nnd they nil hail a flue swim.
Hut not nil bad bathing Hulls, nnd
there was a great Honolulu furore
Sonny Ciinhn was tho accompaulsl,
nnd Ills glee club furnished lhely
music throughout tho dinner.
The dining room of tho club was
decorated most attractively, and tho
menu provided by Steward Hamilton
mado everything complete.
(Continued from Pase 1)
but simply a deceived woman who
mistook pasto for the real thing,
llakcr wore a worried look this
morning, In nddltlon to his usual ,
immaculate attire, but said thnt he I
uiu iiul ciiu iu imwtu ail) diuiviuciil
! as yet. "I may havo something to
say later," he said. "Hut I am sure
it will nil come out right."
It appeals that llakcr Is really
tho son of tho secretary of tho Chi
cago stock sards, his statements In
that respect being corroct. Hut it
nlso appears that ho is In bad odor
with his father, and the latter has
turned him adrift to paddle his own
canoe,, something at which ho has
not yet shown hlmsolt to bo an ex
pert. Asked It he thought his father
would come to his assistance in his
present pltlkla, Maker replied thnt
lie undoubtedly would If called lipon.
"Hut I don't think," lie said, "that
It will bo nciesMiry for mo to ask
linker says thut Charllo Chilling
worth Is his attorney, but Chllllng
worth had not (nine to see hi in by
Fire Destroys Lumber Town. Van
couver, Mny 5.r-Vostlcy, a lltllo lum
ber town o() miles west of Nelson, was
practically wiped out by flio yester
day. Tho loss Included tho Yulo Co
lumblu company's mill, nil tho lumber
in the vicinity, all tho residences und
Ilia other buildings In placo except tho
company's ofllco and tlio cook house.
$400 4-r. house and lot, 50x100,
nt Schnack Tract. Nuunnu.
$500 4-r. house and lot. 45xC0, at
Alewa, below Judd St.
SG00 5-r house and lot, 45x00, on
f.'smioj1 Kuakini, nr. runeli
j-ovsl car line,
AND OTHER BAIK1AINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldp. 74 S, King St,
Why be bald headed and old 'i
intrbefae vourtimo? Neglec!
tho hair causeo dandruff, and t j
(lriiff f tbn forerunner of folfl
hair and baldness. Tho remecj
A jrentlemanrcsidingat P
N. Z., writes und sr date Jan.
" It I with Altitude I rrrlte ye1,
hare sow a iplenJidhcadcf Mr, bu
and very oft, all owinj w my iaTin
yonr won4rfol Hair Vigor. I waa fUta,
bald oJd before I usd the Hair Vigor.!
ttill tue it onco a day.mbblnj it mX Into th
rnnti r.1 lV llr. I tiled tOWtar S aXllU-CI
nnd I an ry grif ul to Ayer'a Hair Vlr'
lor tho Improf menui naa maa m ujj "-.
Bo warned In time Uso
Prepaid W Dr, I. C. Ajtf k C, twin, .. U
not make a man
At our Fountain onl
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel nnd Fort Streets.
We arc in line
best assortment o(
In the market. All makfitft
Perfumed and Plain. ?,l
Just ask for the kind yomi
Lehnhardt's Candies always!
that - in-'4i
It is the tcnic forjjj'
the man who fceliMrt
i,m down lv orTH
CHAMBER'S DRUGl I
CO., Ltd; I
Kinc and Fort Sti,
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ju.hu ai. tiiu&n xuii'MUtjhjj
Dealers in Furniture Mattmiu
ciu., Xiio, nil luuus ui AUSJlsry
Nnuann and Hotel St. on lite of ov,
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LUNCHES and DRIMKVf
The most popular
place in town. vltLI
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort-
Jack Scully, Jack Roberts
Cable Address: "Guide," Honola'a
The GUIDE is a correct, compll
aim luuvcuiciii 7I1IUUHIK jrnper l
the Hawaiian Islands. 'L
uiiunnaiion "ti.ii o suuscnaj
instantly vn r-, . ,t ' ?f
GUIDE FUISlIbHING COM3
Alexander Younc B'uldlJ
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