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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II., FRIDAY, MAR. 11. 1910,
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' V?A PRICE, SALE ON LADIES' PETTICOATS 'AND CORSET-
Lhi CWERS Wrfx'Bfi THE STORE ATTBACTION' HERE FOR A
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2 IADIES' PETTICOATS
1 $ .78 Petticoats now.'.$.50
1.00 " " .. .75
tK 1.25 " " .. 1.00
1.60 " " . . 1,25
2.00 " " . . 1.50 "
.25 Corset Coven now 15c.
.40 ' 25c.
.50 " " " 40c.
.75 " " " 50c.
1.00 " " " 75c.
TnMe Prices will only be continued for a few days, and we
advise you to not postpone r. visit to our store.
Send Us Your Order for
Hawaiian Fishery. Ltd.
King Street Fish Market
WILL CLEAN CAPT.
Secretary Wood Leaves
, f o Open Atlantic
TABLET8"AIE THE MOST EFFEC
TIVE IN WARDING OFF THE
GRIPPE AND IN RELIEVING THE
DISTRESSING FEATURES IN A
, COLD IN THE HEAD.
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Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Will be Continued for One.
Week More '
100 FELT HATS, formerly $2.00,
-$2.50, and $3,00 each, now
$1.00 each! s
200 ' STRAW HATV formerly $L75,r
' $2.00, and -$2.50 eacMow--
$1.00 each. - ;
100 DERBY ;HATS,-all shapes, for
merly $3, $3.50, and $4,
now $1.50, $1.75, and $2.00.
GENUINE PANAMA HATS, all shapes
formerly $10 and $12, now
$5 and $6. " ;
x PORTO RICAN STRAW HATS, latest
shapes, formerly '$1.50, how
CRAyENETTE ai.d LEATHER AUTO ,
CAPS, fgrm"erlyf$3:now $1.50 i
. r CANVAS HAT$ and CAPS, formerly
; 25ctb'$l.50rn6wl5ctd5c ,
s m Our Window Display
L B. KERR & CO.,
the Promotion Committee was brief,
yet 'some Interesting matters were
brought up for discussion. After
the;mlnuto8 of tho previous meeting
had been read, J, McLean made the
motion that Captain Cook's monu
ment nt Kcalakekua Ha), on the In
land of Hawaii, be cleaned and the
enclosure freed from weeds and
After a brief discussion, the Pro
motion Committee unanimously pass
ed a lesotutlou empowering the sec
retary to have this monument and
the1 enclosure cleaned. '
' For many years the British Go
crnment sent a warship to Keala
kekua Day nnd landed a force of
"bluejackets to clean up Captain
Cook's monument, but since Hawaii
became a Territory of .the United
States, the llrltlsh Government has
ceased to take" an Interest In this
historical spot. United States naval
officers have been performing til's
duty for some jears, but they havo
now censed to tRke an Interest In
' the monument, with the result that
It has been sadly neglected.
L. L. Woodford, assistant oc.re
tary of tho Alaska-Yukon-PacMc Cx
lmsltlon. has written to Secretaiy
Wood of the PromcStlon Commlttio
that he ha mailed twenty-five gold
medals awarded by the Alaska-Yu-koti-Pacific
Exposition for Hawaii
exhibits. Silver medals will follow
within the. next two or three weeks.
A letter was read from K. W. Slm
moudtf, superintendent of the Man
kato City Schools, Kansas, in wht't.
he stated that he had enjoved read
ing the booklet on Hawaii, on that
his pupils are now mak'lng'a Special
study of the Islands. Mr. Stmmonds
has requested that the Promotion
Committee send htm two dozen Of
these( booklets (or class use.
W. W. Coolat- of lha. Burrouchl
Adding Machine Company, fet. Louis,
Mo., has written to Secretary Wood
stating, that his wife is sd keen to
comet to, Hawaii that she wants to
close the house and slart right away.
Dr. J. E. McNeil), who. was here re
cently, was Instrumental In having
Mr. Cooley write, as the doctor be-.
tamo tso enthusiastic about Hawaii
that the whole Cooley family now
wish to visit these Islands.
''Before adjourning, Secretary wood
stated that J. A. Morgan, 'pestdent
of tho Chamber of Commerce, had
granted him leave of absence to pro
ceed to Atlantic City to open a
branch of tho Promotion Committee.
Mr, Wood leaves by the Lurllne on
Tuesday. ' k
After arriving in San Francisco,
Mr. Wood will Journey to, Los An
geles to make fnal arrangements
with Mrs. Headlce, who will take up
promotion work In Seattle during
the coming summer. ,
The new branch at Atlantic City
will be opened by April 1., "I have
two options on a couple of rooms in
a conspicuous position on the board
walk so that I know just where to
go,' I stated Secretary Wood. "I am
takng a quantity of photographs,
paintings, curios, etc., to fit up the
placet Immediately. The heavy ma
terial will Tie shipped by the Amer
ican-Hawaiian S. S.jCo, via ie
Five Hiiwallan boys will be se
lected and will play typical Hawai
ian music. .These will be sent to
Atlantic City as part of the adver
tising scheme to boost these Islands.
These will be tried out by Prof, VI-
erra. The boys will leave on the
Lurline some time ill April, and be
gin their work as soon after arrival
as possible. They will be In white,
and will Tcar lets, '
A large batch of pineapples will
go forward by rail from San Fran,
Cisco, and a quantity by the Isthmus
of Tehuantepec. W. H. Hoogs will
have charge of all the necessaries
ami will keep Secretary Wood sup
plied with regular shipments.,
"I Bfn also sending a couple of
BubpardB and two ia'dtrlgger ' ca
noes, to lli'at exhibitions of 'Hawaiian,
aquatic sports may be given In At
lantirifrV and so be, a means of. fur
ther advertising these Islands,"
Kjatkif Mr,'Wool. J'.Whllo In -(California
I shall try 'to Induce George
Freoth, the) famous Hawaiian, swim
mer and life-saver, who la now at
Venice, to accojppany me to Atlan
tic City and assist in the promotion
work." ' ,, , j f ,
(Mr. Donine has been askted to pre
pare a set of slides and Alms Ulus--tratlnr
Mirf-rldlne and nther Hawai
ian sports, which will be oxhlblted
'in the booth) A quantity of fotdera
will also be taken to hand out to
patrons. . .
"If wn tn linlf nn well iIh the T.na
Angeles Chamber of Commerce ex-'I
hlblt of representative manufactures
we shall Indeed reap handsome re
turns," continued Mr. Wood.
Amongst the valuable exhibits
by tropical plants and ferns, so that
the letting will show off this mag
nificent painting In a realistic way.
"I have written letters to all the
tourist agencies of tho various
States of Australia, explaining our
plans, and lnasmiich as many tour
ists visiting 'Australia pass through
Hawaii, ltj'was suggested that they
take space -a"nd send curios, 'and have
a man In charge to explain matters.
Every additional httralon( pertain
ing to the' South Pacific, that. can
be secured will tend" fT boost Ha
waii," continued Mr. Wood.
Twenty-live bags of Kona coffee
will be shipped nt once, to Atlantic
City for, use In connection with pro
motion work. This will be grotind
and roasted on the spot, so that the
aroma will permeate through the
rooms and attract attention to Hawaiian-grown
After discussing the United States
Weather Bureau's kiosk on Hotel
street, the readings In that kiosk
being unofficial, It was suggested
that either a block of Ice be secreted
In close proximity to the thermom
eter or else a notice be placed In
the kiosk to the effect that the read
ings are unofficial, and must 'there
fore not be taken as representing the
true temperature of the city,
HEAVY FINES FOR
Judge Andrado handed out some
stiff fines to a bunch of Japanese
gamblers this morning. Eighteen
men faced the charge of plajlng a
game called "Ocho Kabu," and, not
withstanding Charlie Chllllngworth's
strenuous efforts on their behalf,
were all found guilty.
Four of tho defendants, who, it Is
alleged by the police, are profes
sional gamblers, were each fined
$100 and costs. Tho 'balance of the
men had a fine of $8 each regis
tered. Chllllngworth at,once noted
an appeal against the Judge's deci
sion, abd the four men who received
the heavy sentences were bound
over to appe'orijn sums of $lG0:ech.
The 'other conXKlfjl men had to find
bonds of $16 eaohn
Chief McDuffle's men gave very
clear evidence Hn the case, and there
was no 'loophole left for the defend-1
ants to creep' through. Interpreter i
Townsend gave" expert testimony in ,
the case 'and described how "Ocho
Kabu" wis played. .
Judge Andradeiremarked after tho
case.was-flnUheo) that.iei,,was deter
mined to fiiaMtUhe, professional .gam
blers stop blaring, and that If any
of the men'camo up before him again
they would be;tsent to Jail without i
the option of a fine. , ' J
All nf.'th 1100 men have records.
and'two of Ithem have been convict-1
ed'as many as. Ave times in the one
year, ' 'i
HE purity. of it,
the mildness, of
it, the lightness
Sind brightness of tho'
ather these are things
you notice every time
you use a' cake of Ivory
"The purjty 0$i Ivory
Soap is due tb the ex
cellence of the'materials
of which it is composed;
its mildness, to its entire
freedom from "free"
Per Cent. Pure
San Francisco flotels
Geary Street, above Union Square)
Jut oppotltt Bold St Francis
' European Plan SI .60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish,
ingscost $200,000. High class hotel'
at moderate rates. Center of theatre
all trains and steamers. 8end for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Ha walianlslandheadquarerS' Cable
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
HOTEL STEW MT
WB1TNEV & MARSH, Ltd.
Select Showing of '.
. Infants' and ChildFenV0!'
Machine and Hand-Made
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, ,;. JjANDjADE caps; ..
LINGERIE HATS PIQUE COATS
FAKE WEDDIHO KOTOS
3EOT0 SOLD IN THIS CITY
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(Continued from Pace 1)
Jeweler this nrerulng and also prov
ed to bo a rank fake. The jeweler,
who does not wish his name -men
tioned, suld-ithat there' were many
such rings being sold on tho streets
at night by a Porto RIcan, and that
something should be dqne at once' to
put a stop to thla scoundrel's method
of extorting money under false pre
tenses. The jeweler stated, that sim
ilar rings bad been brought to him.
The ring was taken to the police
station, an detectives have been
employed, to run the thief down,
Whoever (n, making these rings
knows what he Is about, as each one
l stamped wjth a different date and
different Initials. It is not thought
(bat these ring's are manufactured In
this city,' as (It wpuld require sub
stantial machinery, tq turn out lnrgo
quantities, which are now supposed'
to have been Introduced Into these
"This is one of the slickest
schemes for retting money under
"fa I so pretenses that has come to our
notice for. a long time," said one ot
the captains ot the police force this
morning when shown the ring and
given ful) .descriptions of the .man
employed selling this trash. "Wo
will arrest Him ' for selling goods
without a" license."
It Is expected that within a short
time the, culprit will be arrested and
the whole Btory as to where these
rings. are manufactured, and who are
Instrumental in introducing them
Into .these Islands,' will be brought
toi light, so that' the -band, It there
Is one,, may be'.pnnlshed for swin
dling the public!'
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' ' served atjthe
is the BE6T IN TOWN, and
it is served at the right tem
perature, C. J. McCarthy, Prop.
HOTEL AND BETHEL, STS,
BETTER SPEND THE WEEK. END
QO DOWN BY TEAIN 0B AUTO
Why Pay Fancy Prices for
Give Us a Trial
American Brokerage Co.
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'03-85 King St., near MaunaJce Daily Delivery
Hotel Majestic ,
Sachs Block, Port and Beretania Sts.
Fine furnished) rooms, fl per day
$10 and upwards per;' month. Splen
did accommodations. ' J
HBS. 0. A. BLAISDELL, Prop. l
"The Finest Bathinjr on the Beach."
Heals At All Hours.
WINES. LIQU0B8. AND C10ABS.
W. fl BEBOIN. ProorietoT.
c. 1.i'".rH. Rullatlr
SHOULD BE CLEAB
,Yo'u will have thU result if
The Superior Carson
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HltrhcncH'B 2000 painting of Kl-, HaUAHAlTrVpUC Tft ! tH
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Inuen In action. This will be light
od up Us electricity, nnd surroundod
Alex. Young BIdg.
WHY USE A POOR ,
aUALTTY OF' TABLE
FLATWARE WHEN YOU,.
CAN OET SOMETHING
"THAT WILL RESIBT
WEAR" AND OIVE YOU'
FOR ThISAME MONEY t
PHONH 812. 113 HOTELfST.
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Large, jii'iiy, firm and delicious. The
choicest queen olives; picked right,
packed right, and taste right -Not
coarse or fibrous like bulk olives.
ASK YOUR GROCER EOR THEM
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NEW HATS, Coast Styles
1038 Nuuanu St.
1129 Fort St.
SINE ROLLS ANB BUNS.'
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BDBT0N BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Rine up 197.
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lumbers uf the Bulletin office.
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.uses tfie classified-column
, has one distinct advantage
over a" competitor who can
"afford- display- space, ,The classified advertiser-talks
to a buyer who Knows what he-wants. People who
read classified advertisements do' so because they are
looking for something. When the classified advertiser
tells' them where to find t, the . B u 1 1 e t i n reader
is prompt in response. Classified advertisers in the
Bulletin are charged hut one cent a word,
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