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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 20, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Image 3',
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Many Interesting Shopping
Specials for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
White Mercerized Shirtings and
25c quality .......... .18 a yd,
30c quality 22b a yd.
35c quality 27 a yd.
White Fancy Pique
Regular Price 30c a yd. Special Price ...... 20 a yd.
White, Regular Price 35c a yd. Special 25 a yd.
White, Regular Price 40c a yd. Special 30 a yd.
New Allover laces, New Allover Embroideries, Heavy Band Laces
Cluny Laces, Baby Irish Laces, Pearl and Silver Bands, Persian Bands,
White and Gold Bands, 'Silver Spangle, very beautiful for evening
We also have some very pretty new ideas in the double width nets
for gowns and waists.
LADIES' HAND CROCHETED
Very choice, only one of a kind.
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL UMBRELLAS
Paragon frames and steel rods, very strong, 75 nnd upwards.
s LADIES' WHITE WASHABLE
LADIES' AUTO GLOVES
With very deep cuff. Good weight, xbut not clumsy.
LADIES' BLACK LACE SCARFS
Just the thing for throwing over the head in the evening.
N. S. Sachs Dry
Corner Fort and
$3.50 & $4.00.
Regal Shoe Store,
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25,
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
8PEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
i j ,:JsC"LrM frtt"-ftiJi
Goods Co., Ltd.
. QUALITY, COMFORT
.All three features
in Regal Shoes. The
wearing quality can
not be compared to
other makes. A new
Tobasco. Black King
Calf, Blucher lace,
swing last with per
forated toe and Mili
Talk of comfort 1
Come, try on a rair.
We Maintain Best
and Quickest Shoe Re
pair Shop in Town.
cor. King and Bethel
CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICE.
David A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE,
203 Judd Building. Phone 695.
"nw -f .'. ."W
NEW MOULDINGS and PICTURES
To Lydia E. Pinkliam's
Rockland. Maine. "I was troubled
for .1 long time with pains in my back
and side, ami wan miserable ju every
way. I doctored
until I was dls.
thought I should
never get well. I
read n testimonial
about- Lydia E.
ble Compound, and
thought I would
try ft. After Uk
lug three bottles I
was cured, and
nover felt so well
In nil my life. 1 recominciid Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegotablo Compound to all
my friends. "Mrs. Wn.t. Young, 8
Columbia Avenue, Itockland. Me.
llackache (s a sjmntom or female
weakness or derangement. If you
lave backache, don't neglect It To
get liermancnt relief you must reach
the root of the trouble. Nothing we
knowof will do this so safely nnd surely
as L) dla E. I'inkham's Vegetable Com.
pound. Cure the causa of these dls
tresslug nehes and pains and you will
became wil and strong.
The great volume of unsolicited
testimony constantly pouring In pro es
conclusively that Lyrtla E. I'inkham's
Vegetable ComK)imd, made from roots
and herbs, has restored health to thou.
sands or women
Mrs. Pliiklinm, of Lynn, Mass.,
her for mlvleo. She, linn' cultk-il :
to health free of
At th) Moana hotel on Saturday
.light tho M) rtlc-Hualanl danco was
carried out to u most successful Issue.
All tho members and their friends
Here present and tho music and floor
being perfect, u most enjoyable time
was had by nil.
The two boat club colors wcro ev
erywhere In evidence and very
proudly the victorious Myrtles flaunt
ed theirs. The men who rowed to lc
lory during tho afternoon nero con
gratulated time and timo again, and
tverybody was In such good humor
that n stranger would havo thought
that tho danco was n one-club affair.
The wholo dus was a great suc
cess, and many wero the hopes ex
pressed that tho clubs would tuako
ho danco n half-) early function In
stead of an annual one. Tho dancing
was carried on till a late hour, and
when tho timo enmo for tho festive
throng to break tip, tho regretB wcro
many, nnd many a charming girl
begged of tho management for "Just
mo more two-step."
Mnvnr Rnppnnr of El Paso. Tor.
has gone to Invito President Diaz of
Mexico to the American city to greet
President Taft Oct. 10 and artisans
iro preparing tho Mexican city of
Juarez for tho visit of Mr. Tuft.
and you promote "temper-
Qnr ' Strange as it may seem to some
people, this is true. In the past fifty
years the cause of temperance has flourished as
evinced by general statistics. These same statistics
show a great decrease in the sale of distilled liquors
and a corresponding increase in the sale of beer.
Seven people arc drinking it today where only one
person drank it fifty years ago. This goes to prove
that beer is a good normal stimulant not an intoxi
cant. And the best beer, the finest tonic, is
W.lfESEa i io ouii
i Tunn iTTrrnrmaa
Just received per "Alameda'
IN PRISON GARB
evidently wishing to lnsutct the
District of Iwllcl In his new uniform,
(1. II, Lesslcy, a seaman on the U. S.
S. Washington, osterday visited tho
stable hack of Oahu Prison, andf
sce'lng a prison garb hung on the
wall, picked It up nnd attired him
Belt In It nnd walked out of the stn
lilo ngnln unnotlrcil. Ills navy uni
form lie cnrcfully covered with the
new one, which he wore on top of It.
I.essley, who. It In alleged, was
Itnifer tile Influence of liquor, then
turned toward town, marching
through the streets in a loose way.
No sooner had he turned the lwllel
load on to King street than he was
observed by the fleet police and
brought to the stntlon house. From
there he will be sent to the ship,
where he will be courtmartlalcd.
II. Joyce, n deserter from the U.
S. S. Pennsylvania, was arrested by
Chler Leal Inst night, lid is charg
ed with having burglarized the store
of Abraham Hernandez, from where
ho stole a few roolcrs.
ST. LOUIS NINE
This afternoon the management
of the St. Louis baseball nine decid
ed to challenge a picked team from
the Onhu League to a gamo to de
cide which league Is the strongest.
T;ho following challenge spealiB for
Tll Manager of the
Oahu llaseb.tll League,
Dear Sir: There, being a question
In the minds of some as to the class
of ball played by the teams of the
Oahu llaseball League and the Hono
lulu llaseball League, tho under
signed hereby challenge an,)' team
'or combination of teams of the Onhu
llaseball league to play a series of
two out of three games, either at tho
-- . w ... ...w ftt....V0. VI.IIBI Wl ..w
the Oahu League, for gato receipts
or any other consideration named.
An early reply Is requested.
St. Louis Alumni llaseball Team,
by Its Ciiptaln,
J. A. WILLIAMS.
Such, a game as suggested should
draw a hug crowd of spectators,
and would setile a much vexed ques
tion that Is at present worrying a
lot of baseball fans.
Wednesday afternoon, at half after
four, the Women's Kivers and Har
bors Congress Invites all members and
tho general public to hdar Mr: (Ralph
llosmcr and .Mr. W. C. Mendcnhall
discuss tbe most recent phases of the
conservation question, especially
where It touches our own Territory.
Tho Commercial Club has kindly
opened Its doors for tho meeting. Its
central location as well as tho lato
hour making possible an Increased at-
Mfo nf K Arehw g
Naku et fl, ,mlt hem Mi for argunlcnt
for tomoi row morning In tho Supremo
League grounds or the grounds of"1"8 "oon "Breed that tho 146,000 ual
3L. tU 11-A.JU
- - - - - - " -f"'.'
Hawaiian Opera House
COMMENCING MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 13
LIVING, SPEAKING, SINGING, MUSICAL
SEATS ON SALE
AT BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
EALK REPLIES TO
"COLD FEET" CHARGE
"There Is no
gestlon made In
truth In the bur -
the morning paper
that the management of
League llaseball got cold feet' bn
Saturday when they called' the
game ngalnst the California team at
the end of the seventh Innings.'
Thus said Charlie Kalk to a bunch
of sports at nbon today. '
"As a matter of fact, I wanted
tho gnme called at the end of the
fifth Inning, as It' was getting late
nnd there was a big gamo to he
"Anyono who was down on tho
benches knows what, I said about
ending the game at the fifth Inning,
and anyone could see that tlio Kama
wero not taking the gamo very seri
ously." " '
Mr. Talk's statement that the
gamo was supposed to end at the
fifth, owing to the late start, is a
fact, ns he was heard to say fo
when that Inning started.
The third and final accounts of tho
Chun Afong estate were before Jinlgo
Itoblnson this' morning, many of those
Interested In the estate being present
In court. Atterueys Magoo-i and
Humphreys represented the Interest
Of thfrir Wives, tlalirhter nf Arntiff If
. --.-., n. ..-... ... . .......,
once now remaining In the' hands of
the Dlshop Trust Company he paid
Into court, an agreement of distribu
tion to be reached later.
8TANDIN0 OF THE CLUBS.
Pittsburg 94 37
Chicago 90 43
Now York 77 51
Cincinnati G6 04
Philadelphia C4 69
St. Loul 48 82
Drooklyn '.....46 84
Iloston ,.37 93
Detroit 88 46
Philadelphia 82 Da
lloBton 78 56
Cleveland 68 6S
Chicago 67 67
Now York 60 71
St. Louis GO 77
Washington 34 98
Tliero was a flno surf at Walklkl
yesterday afternoon, nnd a big crowd
ofljathcis turned out to enjoy a swim.
i ,t A' &-""" -k
a-i - r iMi(wrgMCg.j.v"
.25c, 15c and 10c.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
monaay, fccpicmocr :v.
SKATTLrj-Snlled Sept. IS:
I S. S. llyndes. for Honolulu
SAN lTlANCISCO Suited Sent. 17.
' s s- Lurllne, for Honolulu,
.BAN ntANC.SCJO-Sal.ed Sept IS:
J c tt..,,.i r.. if...,..i..i..
( J, 4tltllll. Mil) llinill, 1"! I 1WIIWI III II
SAN KllANCISCO Arrlu-d Sept. IS:
8. S. Knti-rprlrc, from Hllo, Sept. 19.
l'UNTA AHIINAS Arrived Sept. 15.
S. S. Texan, from Hllo Aug IS, for
QAVIOTA Sailed Sept. If!:
M, Chileott. for Honolulu.
UKDONnO Arrived Sept 19:
W. II. Marston. from Hllo, Aug. 15.
SUIT AGAINST BABBITT
(Continued from Pace 1)
said period," reads the docuuiint.
"was plaintiff notified of cdinplaltit
having been made by n patron of
tho srhool, and from the charges In
tho' complaint plaintiff was toiu
plutely exonerated by the depart
ment." Tho basis for the allegation of
breach of ion trad Is contained in
the thlid paragraph of the com
plaint, which states that the regil
lar and official meeting of the Com
mlssloneis of Public Instruction
Mrs. Scott was reappointed principal
of the llplualua school for a period
of one ycari
On September 1, the complainant
states, "plaintiff was requested by n
message over the telephone from the
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion to meet him," This was done,
and the complaint stnten that Mrs.
Scott found that she was to appear
before Superintendent llabbttt nnd
Commissioners A. P. Judd and Mrs.
Wilcox and that Mrs. Scott then
heard voluminous and grave charges
against herself, covering a period of
tho last nine years. The complaint
states that tho charges were "that
plaintiff had been cruel nnd Inhu
man In her treatment of pupils; that
plaintiff had been arbitrary nnd ar
rogant In her treatment of subor
dinate teachers and that plaintiff
lacked social standing."
Mrs. Scott suja sho was given no
ontiortunltr to be heard and that
bIio could havo refuted tho charges
If glcn nn opportunity. The com-j
plaint denies that there has been In-l
subordination In the llolualoa ,
school. It declares that Mrs. Scotfl
wns present nt (lie llolualoa school J
on September 13, prepared to per
form her duties, but that another
principal was present with the nec
essary authority from 'tho Depart
ment of Public Instruction. For
liavliig-bcen unjustly deprived of her
salary of $1,500 a year, damages for
that amount Is asked and costs of
Superintendent Ilabbltt was In
consultation with Attorney (lencral
Hemcnwny this morning nnd gave
his version of tho circumstances and
Incidents that led up to tho dismissal
of Mrs. Scott from the llolualoa
A don dlias been recorded com 0) lug
proiwrty at Kaalawal, Kapahulu, from
S. M, Dwlght to Oathshoba M. Allen,
tho purchase, price being $8000.
$15.00 3 bed-room honte on Ou-
lick ave near car line.
912.002 bed-room house, nartlv
, furnished, at Manoa Valley,
short distance from car,
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. Kins St-
IT. TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Is pleasant and whole
some. "There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notices it instantly.
THE POND DAIRY.
Officers and Men of
the Pacific Fleet I
A b-(iat rui p lvntt louring car
has been ih .cd hi your disposal
i while here. Special rates for around
i the country tours have been fixed"
i including all the scenes of interest;
An experienced chauffeur will give
i you several hours of the greatest
pleasure you have ever experienced
in sight seeing, at a surprisingly
low price. The car when not int
service will be found standing in
front of the U. S. Naval Station
marked "Fleet Car." You have onlv
to phone 371 to arrange for special
A big stock of SCHOOL BOOKS,
COMPOSITION BOOKS, PENCIL
TABLETS, INKS, BIfBBEIt EHAS
ERS, SCHOOL BAOS, etc.
SCHOOL BOOKS AT LIST PRICE.
Remember the Place.
Is Your Home
The Johnson Floor Finishes
arc neccssnry in beautifying
the modern home. We carry
a complete line of these,
sroods, including Johnson's
Prepared Wax, Johnson's
Wood Dyes, Johnson's Floor.
finishes, Johnsons Restorer,
Fine booklet. "The Proper!
Treatment of Floors. Wood
work nnd Furniture," free
for1 the askiuj;.
Lewers & Cooke,
7 S Kirj St.
f ry I
Bi f I AVI rBliflT)
llVV LVFA Vtll L7U1I
Has No Equal
We know that Kcc Lox
will give more satisfaction
than any other typewriter
carbon made. We do not
hesitate to guarantee it. It
it strictly non-smudge and it
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Young Bldg,
than any location in the islands,
Oolf, Swimming, Ridinir, Motoring,
Saddle and driving horses for lure.
1128 Fort St!
Agents for the Kissel Kar and
. iferebant 9t ' W.li
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