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Single width Cliif'on Vcillnr,3, black, white, grey
lirown, navy, light bl to- pink, green nnd lavender,. Reg
ular prico 50c and COs. Sale Trice 35c a yd.
Fancy Persian Beltings
Regular Price 50 j a yd. Sale Price 30c a yd.
Assorted Hair Pins
In boxes. Rcgul ar Fricc
ladies' fine India Linon Shirt Waists. Fine and
broad tucks with cuffs nnd collar. Regular Price $1.50.
Sale Price $1.10.
Silvia Madras Shillings
30 inches wide. Regular Price 20c a yd. Sale Price
12'ic a yd.
White Curtain Swiss
30 inches wide. Dotted and a variety of patterns.
Regular Price 10 2-3c a yd. Sale price lZ'jc a yd.
. Polka Dot Waist Net
Double width, wh'tc. crtam and Arabian. Regular
Trice $1.50 a yd. Salo Price $1.10 a yd.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,Ltd.
Cor. Foit and Beretania Sts.
ilf (P'clL "STUTJ "' "'ac'c or Waianac sand, coral
Sr or ro.k famished to fill up depres-
jlQTDLI? .iLOti i'on
Your machine will be ready lot
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autosj we repair
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
..After the accident bring the ma
chine to us.
All repairs except the engine.
W. W. WRICHT & CO.,
King nnd South Sts.
GEO. S. WELLS. Mer.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191
Repairing by Expert Mechanic.
Schuman Carriage Co.
Jj. Fibres for Weaving
RYfBjSi. hat, mats, fans and
eJIfjKr basket,. HAWAII &
.'wiHtfr' SOUTH SEAS CURIO
CO,, Young Building.
Sign). Bishop St.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST
2HI- DULLCTIN DB PAY -&
10c a box. Sale Price 5c a
Opp. Fire Station.
or build up teiraces.
P. M. POND
On Display at our Garage
1009 MODEL "Q" RUNABOUT.
FRANKLIN "D" TOURINQ CAR.
AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL KAR
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
C. H. BEHN
Car No. 184 can now
be found at
Large imported work horses for sale.
"For Pent" cardt on ilo at
the Bulletin olflco.
CLASS DAY IS GALAICONVOCATION opens
Minn cninm pptp' SATURDAY MORNING
Fine Program Rendered
Duuii-u miliar nit hciiuui pt'niiauiH
bearing tin- class i ilium nf
nnil gow, llu .McKlnlcy High School
class ur ISo'.i ostcidny afternoon
rotulucU'il elass-iluy cxelciscs nil the
beautiful ground Wnlklkl of
main school building,
A law American Hag. strung l)C.
tween two huge nlgcroba trees, was
filtingi) placed there to Keep off the
tun, which otherwise woulil have
been a menace to the aiullenre,
which consisted prliulpnlly of la
lies. On ami nroitml the steps where
the speakers mlili ohhi-i! the nuillelice
the cl nw nnil piuple owcrs, rep-
., , ,
esenllmig the class rolois, wcic
c-ortHiiluuciiiely ilisplajeil The ilec
orntlou was done by the members,
of the class who will be Kiniliuileil i
f i mil the school tomorrow nlRht.
I-iIIuwIiib Is the program ren
ileieil miller the illrectlnn of Kranlc
IE .lames of thu class of '09:
I. Class Poem, by Miss rim cure
L' H. A. Composition, by Miss II.
.1. History, by It. Douglas.
I. Will, by Miss Paula lluit.
.1. .Mystic Piophecles, by Kilwanl
fi. SniiK, by Class of '09.
T. Ivy Oiation, by I). King.
a. Class Souk, by all.
The class none, composed by Miss
Killlh Smith, follows:
Vu are tlrst or MoKlnley Illgli;
Our thoughts will lie always
To our Alma Mater wo tender thanks
l-'or our stole of knowledge anil i
And now to our class mates fiom i
whom we part, '
For whom our hearts will bej
So come, let us cheer ror the class
we hold dear.
Hurrah for the class of Naught
Here's to the cluss of Nineteen nine.
Ilere'a to her colors, too.
Here's to her girls, the best on eaitli.
Here's to her boys so true.
Here's to the puipln and the gold
With violets we'll entwine.
Here's to McKlnlcy, Hah! Hah Hah!
Here's to the Naughty Nine.
And now, class mutes of Naughty
Our school days ne'er forget.
The Joys and fears or High School
Will linger loiiml us yet.
Our i lass mates true, farewell to mi.
May inn filenilshlp still remain.
When far uwny from Hawaii Nel
Itemember Naughty Nine.
When far away finm Hawaii Nel
iteiuembei- Naughty Nine.
Among the spectators yesterday
was Prime Knlanlaniiole, Delegate
After tlio exercises, the rlniu of
'09, together with the audience, wit
nessed the planting nf thu clans tiee
In final nf the main entrance. Tlio
meiubeis of the class wore the class
(olors on their arms.
Piofessor Scott, principal of the
school, staled yesterday that the
exeiclses of the Class Day were pre
pared by the members nf the class.
The teachers weie taboed fiom Hik
ing part In the program.
Thu Hawaiian baud, stationed
near by. rendered several appiopiluto
selections for tlio occasion
Are their tender f:ct being correctly fitted with shoes Mrs.
ized shoe making for little ones. Her shoes are now being sold
stores all over the United States to the exclusion of all others.
We are the first it have
your children grow in with
correctly fitted here.
IONOM5LTJ. T. II., TIIUIISD.W, JUNE
foi- framing tn
for framinp; to
The following iiriiKi.nii Ii.th Ik'Oii nr
ranged fur tlio mjvoiiiIi uiiirtnl mission
nry convocation of il dl-ttilct nf tin
nuliilii. which will bi- i ailed In order
Saturday, June 26.
Celebration of tin I lol ,- Communion
nt 10 a. in.
Dullness tneotlng .it 2 p. in. In tlio
Memorial Parish House.
ptiril-!8undlr' Th,rd ,Sundy A,,er Trlnl,y
I June 27
7 n 111. Colouration of the Holy
Communion. Thu lb Canon Anlt.
!i a. in. Hawaiian htvIiv. Preach-
-r. thi' llov. Leopold Kroll.
11 n. in. Clelir:iiii.ii of the Hull
Co.iinimiliin. CeJcb..mt. tlio Itlghi
uev. i no nisnop. i.hiKinii-i-, mi' iiei.
Cumin Usboino. (lu-peler. thu Kc.
'flit.' HIhIiop will '1. iiM-r his AlllliUll
7:31) p. til. Choral llu-iisiing.
Ten .Minute Aililri-iH on thu Pnis
ress of the Kingdom or God.
iTIin II, .... nt (It.. ........I..-.. ...Ml 1...
,. . ,, ,. .,,,, ,. , .
calleil at the expiration of ten minutes
so that thu nonlci
ulll nut bu too
The Kingdom of God.
(1) Its Progress in the World.
(2) Its Progress In the United
States. The Kev. I....pold Kroll.
CI) Its Progress In lluunll.
Monday, June 28.
2 p. til. In the M morlal Hull, Con
ferencu on Christian IMiu-atlon.
(1) Deflnllo IU-IIkIous Instruclloii
In Church Schools. The lto. V. II.
12) Di'dnllo Itellulous Instriictliiii
In Sunday Schools. 'I In- llov. Leopold
(3) Instruction foi Co illiniatlnn
(I) Instruction of Orientals, and
Preparation for Ilaptixni and Condi m
atlon . Tlio Itov. Kong Yin Tct the
Kev. W. i:. Potwlne and Mr Kukao.
(G) Instruction or Orient il Women
and Girls. Do'icom-ns Sapils.
(G) The Itollgloiis I. Ho of Hoys.
(7) The ltellglous l.lfo of (Hi Is.
Miss Abby Marsh.
Tuesday, June' 29, St. Peter'e Day.
At the Cathedral.
7 a. in Celebiallon of the Holy
The Aunuul n-i-.m or Pie V ni'iinrf
Auxiliary mid C'llMe, bev;',inln" with
1" a. in. Celebra'.- n of ti.o Holy Com
munion. Preael.i'i. the l!i v .1. W.
Org-inlzatlou aiII follov inii-dlnte-ly
nt thu close of Hio service.
Luncheon will : seiv-.-d .u St. An
drew's Priory by the women of the
Cathedral at 12. 3D o'clock.
Order of Dullness.
(1) Hegular llusluess and Itepoils
of Dloces-ui Ollleeis.
Mollllll Miss Van Deerlln.
The Stni of thu Chinch at
Thu Korean Work. Isal.di Kim
A llilef Wind riom tin- Various
(7) Tlio .litp-nosu Mission
(8) The Woman's Auxiliary
Small Places. Mm. O. A. Sleien.
(91 Wouitii and Olrls at Lahalmi.
.Mis. I.. Kioll.
(10) C'liiiirh Women In a Country
Parish. .Mrs J W. fiunii.
Wedneiday .Jure 308 to 10 p. m.
Tim Men's Club mid the Womun's
Oulld or St Andrew's Cathedral Par
ish will give a reception to the lllshon.
visiting Clergy and Delegates, at the
Memorial Parish Homo. Churili peo
ple ami n lends aro coidlally Invited.
Man Found Dead in Field. -Napa
June 1. J s. Wanipler, a resident of
CoombsUlle dlstilct. near Napa, was
found dead In one of his fields lust
night by Mr nnd Mrs. Jusperson
Coroner C C Trend way will bold mi
Inquest. Wiunp'er was 52 years of ago
mid was m in led about three months
these shoes- and if you do not want to take chances on having
enlarged joints and othed fo.t deformities, come and have them
UGH FOOT LOSES;
TRIAL WILL GO ON
B tter Rljfht Is IWacits For Continua
tion, But Judge Rules Against
High Wage Lawyer's Conten
tion Alore Legal Tulent Now
After another stientinus legal fight
In .liilm. Itohlnsoii's Court thlK morn i
Ing betneeli Attornej's Kinney and
l.lghtroot. mer the motion of the lot-
ter to cimtlniio the rlul coies against
Jotaru Mlkawa and twelve other de-
reuiluuts. the Judge overiuted the mo
tlon, ami the cjhe us set lor trial for
Friday moinlng ulll be called. As to
nbnt the next step or I.lghtrisit nltl be
Is luti'iestlng In view of his conteii-'
tion that thu men Indicted are nimble
to secure aildlllonul counsel, and that
ho has been regularly jmld and ro-
talued by them as attorney In the case.
So far he states ho has raited to se
curu other lawyers to defend the men
Mr. Kinney read the ullldavlts of (,, uintHlns the following
Shlmeso. who has been thu object of .Mrs. i:ilu Morton obtained an In
bltter att.ick by the Nlppu JIJI. and iieilociitory decree or divorce finm
classed with tlio other "slgnlflcants" i)a, l-'rancls .Morton, u civil cngl
tlmt the illgher Wage Assoclallnn has ' n-,.,-, josti-rday by n decision or Jus
declared through Its .organ should be tlie (leraiil. She pioved that her
ostraclied because of their opposition husband was guilty of Improper
to tlio strike and disobedience of the jionduct with Caiollne Mueller in Sl
mandatcs or Its leaders lie cited ,cna Madia C.il.
that n stale of public disorder existed Mis Morton was formerly a nurse
at Wnlpahu on account or the stiike.ln a hospital In Honolulu. She met
nnd that It reipilred police protection
tor the people who went to work, and
In view- of this condition the defend
ants should not bo turned loose on
I lie community to do anil act as they
please with the ease Indefinitely posi
tioned, llo asked for prompt and
fpeedy trial, and declared the motion
out of oidtr.
"Wo know of no stale of public ills
order existing," retorted Llghtfoot.
"unless the learned gentleman menus
tliu strike." llu then reiterated his
reasons for n coiitlnuancii. ami nt
templed to show why another lawer
should not be emplo)ed to aid him.
"It Is only a question of couurel try
ing to put orf this trial when It should
go on." slid Mr. Kinney.
"I legrot in rcter to It. but ir an
alien tries to oiertlde the l,i he
ought to be reminded that he is here
by tlm grace or a treat) anil mm .
obey the l:.ws id the Inml In which h
Judge Hoblnson made no coiniuuil
but overruled thu motion.
HAWAII "UNION" NOT LABORERS
'ConMni'rl from 'Pajrx '1 I
who live on" of them, a crowd which
In Its characteristics closely iesem-
hies the MaKlno-Negoio-Soga gang
fif 11, i, ill, la, Tin. Innl I li n I ,1... uI
i, ... t .iii i i ii , ', , Saliry Bill Upheld. S-m lle-n-i
Idem of tlio Un on Is either a butch.1 J
I mri " .""iii0". H"er"rl. r"""11 l8f'"".oon handed down Jmlgmen. In
suinclent lllustra Ion r this t,K.-8111,rl(1r cou.t uphn.dlns the cm
Seve.al other Incidents connected ,. f ,,u. m. e(mill) baUr
with the movement show that this ,,,,, , ,...,,,
I- .!. n-i
o iiiu tunr. i hub li Jltp.lliesu pie-
sented the demands to Malinger
Scott of Walnaku, and on being usk
ed what his lounectton was with the
nlanlatlon. he stated that he wnrU-d i
on the Ainuuhi section. Mr Scott
told lilui to return on the following
day for his answer, but the rllow
nevei showed up, and the fact that
investigation showed that he was
not working at all for the plantation
Milllclently explained his failure to
. . ........ 'n.- ., ...i .... I
Manager Campbell of the Hawaii',,.., mf" tmte A-B.en1' v, .
Mill Comnanv was taken to ,l. I Watty Bldg. 74 S. King St
plantation by a member of the High
Wages llnlun, but he handed It to
one of the laborers to present, tor
some reason not wanting to appear
A. R. King has revolution
by all the leading shoe
King and Bethel Sts.
Tll-' Vt '. i Inborn In tnun
tallies lepoit haxliig
tlireatelnlng letlets ntti'iimtlnir to
ll(uu, ,llcm , J()hl ,,. l.on ,
they all declined to iiu so. and no
it'pii'xeutthc from that iilnnlatlon
appealed at the meeting As it mnl-
Ur of rait, the reeling existing on j
the p.ilt or the bona llde laboreis Is,
ihown b the fait that the laborers'
Intend to have u lunit to celebrate ,
the haimony existing among them.
Tlirv Iir'T 111 linMfll HI II
1 11 C I lUL I IN IIU1ULULU
The New Yolk World of lecent!1
nnd mused Morton there The
com (ship began at the bedside, and
when Morton recovered both came
on to New Yolk. They were miir-
i!ed In the Little Church Around
the Corner on Jan. 29, 1901.
Mrs. Morton Hist obtained n sep
ration from her husband mi the
Mound of cruelty.
Now Is a chance to see the finest
line of Htelnway Crand Pianos ever
shown In Honolulu A Miniature
(rund Stclnw.iy, a Ilnby Grand
istelnwav it p-irl
or Grand Stclnway,
Thayer Piano Co, l.lii Hotel St.
Invites music hums lo tome nnd sen
anil hear them.
............. ...v ..v ... ,,.,,.
,$15 Cottage with two bedrooms &.
fuunui, close Lililia St. car.
Electric Light, cool and healthy.
Fine view. Large yard.
P. E. R. Strauch
Teiritorial Board of
OTlce 403 Stanccwald Bldg.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Osteopathic Physician and Oculist.
222 Emma Square.
Hours: Consulting, 2-3 p. m
excepting Saturdays. Operating, 8
12 a. m., including Saturdays; 0-G
P. m,, excepting Saturdays.
Business Suits for $25.
Levy's for Groceries
STEWART SAN FRANCISCO
GEAflV STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEt ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A OAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A OAY UP
A no down town hotel. Steal and
trick ttruilura. Furnished at a coil ot
$150,000. Eietj comfort and conienl
ence. On car lines transferring to all
puts of city. Omnibus meets all trains
1101 EL STLWAK1
Now rcocniZ'J as Hawaiian
Island li -n quarters
Cable A o '-Ms TRAWETS."
Health and Economy
COOK WITH GAS
It's usually difficult to se
lect wall-paper from samples.
Not hen. however. Wc have
a special show room in which
we arrange the paper with
borlcrs, jjst as it will appear
on the wall. This is an im
mrrne help to you,
We have the largest, best
nnd most varied stock of wall
paper in the city.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. King St.
Make a musical instrument out of
your piano by attaching to it a
BEROSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIR
At Your Grocer's.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most ponular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS.
B0NS and BASKETS
Mis. E. M.TAYLOR
THE FLORIST. HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS