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EVENING BULLETIN', HONOLULU, T. It., THURSDAY, AUG. 2C, 1009.
Just the thing for Indies' Riding Skirts.
Regular Price 35o a yd. Sale Price 25c a yd.
Regular Price COc a yd . Sale Trice . . 40c a yd.
Ladies' Shirt Waists
A sample line. Only one of a kind. Size 36.'
of the finest material . and beautifully trimmed. ,
Regular Trice $2.00.
Regular Price 2.25.
Regular Trice 2.50
Regular Trice 2.75
Regular Trice 3.25
Regular Price 5.75
Regular Price C.50
Regular Trice 7.00
Regular Trice 7.50
Sale Price $1.40
Sale-Pricc '. 1-75
Sale Price 1.00
Sale Price 2.00
Sale Price 2.50
Sale Trice 4.00
Sale Price 4.25
Sale Price 5.50
Sale Trice 5.75
Ladies' 2-Button Kid Gloves
Elcck, White, Tan, Gray and Brown.
Regular Trice 1.25. Sale Trice $1X0 a pr.
English Long Cloth
Special Attention given to
PRINTING and DEVELOPING at
12 yds. to the piece.
Regular Trice $2.25. Sale Trice
' Fine Nainsook
12 yds. to the piece.
Regular Trkc $2.25. Sale Trice .
10 yds. to the piece.
Regular Trice $1.75. Silc Trice $1.25
Wheels In Macfarlane
Plant Start Luau
Willi ceremonies bcflttliiK tlic first
rovolullcii of tlio wheels In tlic new
.Mncfnrlauo cannery At Ahitlmnnu yes
terday tlio work of tinn'im out 400
enscs of pineapple a day began. Tho
plant has been completed ninl In ono
or thi) finest on Ilia Islands.
In honor of the occasion loslile Krud
Mncfarlnno the head of the nov con
rem, Mm. Fred and Mr. Henry Mac
tarlnnc, nn.l toenil of their frleudi)
enjoyed a linii after nn Inspection of
the cnnneiy had been nuilo by the par-
ty. The new plant d tails of which
linvo already been published. In one of
Iho most complete on thn I'ucllle. mid
Is Btnrted at a time when Hawaiian
pines nro at the zenith of their fame
which should result In a laigo bust
hobs for them.
According to a report made by the
Hyades on her Inst nrrlval at the
Sound ports and printed by tlio Tn-
coma Ledger, tho Mntson Navigation
Company will put the I.urliuo on tho
run between Honolulu and tho Sound
cities. Tho article spoke conclusively
and according to It, the Lurllne will
commence tho I'ugel Sound run In the
early winter, or nn soon ns tha now
Wllhclmlrn takes up Iter tun between
San Francisco and the Hawaiian Islands.
be stopped. '
Another prnctlec to which Wiley
objects is tho making of a second
grade of wine from the seeds and
These nro used, hn )
MAUI WANTS MORE
TIME AND MONtt
skins of grapes.
says, merely for flavoring purposes,
the bulk of the wine as It reaches I
the consumer being made of water
and sugar. The department has ul- SetiatOf tOelflO COIIICS 1C
renily ruled that Ithliie wine must.
b made. In-Germany to be labeled (jg KCCOgnillOll
No less Mian eight entiles have been
recehed for till) ladles' slnglo cham
pionship (.ml play will stmt at 4:30
this nftciuoon on the llen-tanla couits
The following ladles hnvo put their
nauies dnvn for the tournament:
Misses M. Hall, A. M. Ob-son. M. Ilur
rlu, M. K. llotlier Itiilh Illchnrds. and
Mesdnmes S. (1. Wilder It. Hind and
ll. I). Gregory.
The piny will In watched with gre-it
Interest, and It rein litis to h seen If
my of thi- local players can nuke Mlas
Hall do her bust.
'Continued from Pans t
peal their care to tho Supreme Court
'Ihey ero given until yesterday to
"iirnlsh bonds, pending n, decision nn
their nppenl. l'aahull mada Hip state
meiit that he was win lb about $9,1)00
or $10,000, that he had formerly been
nn two bonds, but that both of them
were "pan. He ilintliictly said that
ho was not on any other bond at tho
present time, when as n matter of fact
r.e is at tlio present tltnu on another
bond In tlio sum of '.!,5(i0 on a case
Hint Is now pending and unsettled In
the Federal Court,
Ills statement was Investigated l
nn attorney, who discovered thn
truth of the matter, and at onco re
'cried it to Attorney General Hem
eiiwoy, who Immediately made a com
pletu investigation. As the cisc cntiuM
within the Jurisdiction of the County
officials, Mr. Henienwny, after com
pleting his Investlgitloii sent the pa
per to County Attorney Cathcirt, Th-i
result wusMhnt a warrant was sworn
out and Paaliull finds himself In the
clutrhes of the law The maximum
penalty on a charge of this kind if
proven Is twenty jeurs In prison.
0pp. Fire Station.
Cor. Fort & Reretania Sts.
MAKE and PACK HAWAIIAN
PRESERVES. Take a case
home or send one to your
friends. Poha, Chutney,
Guava Jelly and Marma
lade, Pineapple Pickle and
Jam, Tamarinds and Papaia
184 Hotel St. Phone 1110
The cchoonor Lottie llennett. Cap
a! n Ilnsmuston, lernrled by tlio
'Olniidlne this morning at Kahulul, has
on board ono of the most valuable
shipments of lumber that has yet been
dispatched from the Sound to Hawaii.
Tlio shipment mens'ircs 750,000 feet
of fir, of .vhlch 150,000 l.i dresed tim
ber. Tho cargo was dispatched by tho
Noith Pacific Liimlcr Company and
Is valued at 110,02,'.
cards on l. at
TAFT MAY NAME 5 TARIFF
EXPERTS UNDER NEW BILL
Selection of Board Will Likely be
Made Before the President's
Trip in September.
WASHINGTON, August 7. It was
snld authoritatively at the Treasury
Department today that the bonrd of
(in lir cxpcrtB to be appointed by the
I'retldent, In accordance with n pro
vision of five new thrill law, might
ir.nslst of five men, instead of three.
It was pointed out that tho number
was discretionary with President
Thus far It can be said absolutely
t':nt no member of the bonrd has
been selected. Several uvnllnble
men have been suggested, but when
President Tuft left Washington yes
terday afternoon he had reached no
determination ns to the personnel of
Bccrctnry MncVeagh of the Treas
ury Department Is giving coiisldciu
tion to the appointees on the board,
and expects soon to'confer with the
President on tho mntter. It is
tcasonably certain the board will be
named before tho President starts
on his intercontinental trip In Sep
tember, but It Is not regarded ns
likely that the selections will bo
hasty, because the President desires
to have as members of the board not
only men who are well equipped for
tho work by nature nnd by educa
tion but also men who nre available
for service abroad, whero some of
the members will have to spend
time in the study of conditions In
Senator William J. Coclho canii
Into town this morning from tin
1elds nnd the fisheries of Mnui. Hi
nines this time to learn in hehnl
if Maul people why It is Hint tin
ichemc of Congiejslonal cntcrtnlu
iicnt does lint Include more monc
or Maul and mote time.
"I think Mnui should have niori
f tho funds iipp-oprlntcd for enter
talnmenl," said the Senator, "nni
-vhnt's moie we want the pirty ti
'emiiln on Maul another day or two
They hnve given Mnui Sunday, and
.vhilo Sunday is n good day for res'
It Is not the best to see tilings i
ictlon. I hope to meet the commit
tee nt Its meeting tomoirow eve
"I nm happy to say that Judg
Kingsbury is one of the Maul mci
A'lio hellcvet that when tho Con
pressmen lslt our county every
hlng possible should b dime t
bring them In touch with tho Ha
wallan people, who, as you know
lie Inclined to be rather rctlrlur
nnd diffident on such occasions."
VX7 li invite small
T accounts. -?
We want the srn'aiW
property owner or
investor to sec how ;
much it is to hist
advantage to do'
business through a'
trust company. Call
how we can serve
A consultation will cost '
Trust Co. :
Hnrvoy W. Wiley, chief of tho llu
leau of Chemistry, before leaving
for tho food convention nt Denver,
announced that he would not stand
for tho adulterntion of wines made
fmm grapes and served notlre that
offenders would be prosecuted. His
declaration was due to tho nllcged
practice of American wine mnnu
fuctuiers of adding water and su
gar to wine made from grapes,
about time purls to one. Wiley
The daBhlng young captain sa
luted the Idol of his heart. "Fair
one," he gushed, "come, flee with
mc. I have the finest motor boat In
The beautiful belle drew away
with frigid linughtlncss.
"Niher!" sho nlorted firmly.
"You nre out of date. Tho hand
some lieutenant has nsked mo to fly
with him. He owns nn aeroplane."
Thus we find that tho modern Cu
pid has taken to the aerial motor
Some excitement was caused nbop
1 o'clock today when a horse attache
o a Honolulu Iron Works wagon
tnrted on tho run up King street pat
Si. O. Hall & Sou's stoie.
It appears that Just after crossln
Alakcji street the singletree brok
and the Initio at unco pioceeded t
drag the vyhlcle along by the lines It
tend of the traces.
The driver pliickily stuck to h
mat nnd Kept hanging on to the line
.III ojiio-ltf thn Union Grill, wher
Harry Lake nnd Judge Andrndo mad
in effoit to stop the animal. Tli
lildgo grabbed the liorte by tho hea
mil brought him to a standstill. Nn
damage was done to speak of but bar
ho horse got piopeily loose u Kurlou,
lecldeul might has ensued.
Iiojils that this adulteration should and tho smell o( gasoline.
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- like them. Isn't that true of many good
things that you are fond of today? How many
people like alligator pears the first taste?
But most people like GRAPE-NUTS right
from the start.
And, all people like them after a brief trial;
and, what is more, like the health results pro
duced by this great food.
GRAPE-NUTS arc made of whet, barley,
salt, and yeast, constituting a food containing the
natural nutritive elements of Wheat and Barley
thoroughly cooked by scientific baking.
Why not order a package today?
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CLEVELAND. August 17. Larry
Lajole, premier second baseman of
he Ameilcun League and manager
of tho Cleveland club for five years,
'oday resigned the management un
expectedly, to take effect ns quickly
ns tho club owners can find a successor.
Vice-President Soiners attempted
to have Lajole reconsider his action,
but the leador, who In four cam
paigns lias brought the Cleveland
team near the top, declared ho was
through with the management, de
siring that somo ono else be given
an opportunity to sco it they could
not do better with tho team, lit
promised .In his letter to Somers
that ho would continue to giro tho
team his best efforts nt second base
or nnywhcie It was desired to use
Lajole gae as his rensons the ad
verso comment of tbe public.
A Man Earns
A Gas Stove
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.-i
HER ONE REGRET.
Tho Drldo "Oh, darling, our honey
moon was Just tho loveliest ever."
The Qroom ''It certainly was, dear
Tho Drldo "And I have only ono re
gret I may nover havo tho pleusuru
of going through another."
s preparing for a clearing that will'
ause the public to cit uu and take
Expert work at moderate nrices.
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