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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATDUDAY, APR. 2, 1910.
NEW' CREAM ENGLISH SERGE A beautiful quality
for ladies' Coat Suits and Skirts. Fifty inches wide; two
qualities $1.50 and $2.2$ a yard.
NAVY BLUE FRENCH SEROE A very fine soft tex
mturo for the new semi fitting Coat Suits.
"NEW PARASOLS White, plain and" hand-embroid'-cred,
in Linen and Cotton, Natural Color Linen: plain and
fancy borders; also Fancy Silks in all the latest styles.
CREAM LINEN SUITINGS 36 inches wide, 40c. a
yard; 38, inches wide, 50c. a yard. These good are a
fine quality of pure linen.
BRAHMA CLOTH SUITINGS Raw silk weave and
high lustre. Colors: Old Hose, Pink, Light Blue, Alice
Bue, Ooldcn Brown, Tan, Lavender, Green, Champagne.
Twenty-seven inches wide, 35c. a yard.
NEW LINGERIE DRESSES A very large assortment
from $10 upward.
REMNANT SALE NOW ON DON'T MISS IT
SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Omosite Fire Station
If you have any trouble
with deafness, no maiter
of J16W long standing,
With Hawaiian News
Alex. Young Building.
Starting April 2nd,
For Two Weeks Only
CORSET COVERS 15c. to 75c. Apiece
PETTICOATS 40o. to $1.56 Apiece
SHIRTWAISTS , . . . .60c. to $1.50 Apiece
INDIGO now ; 5c, a Yard
FLANNELETTE 12 Yards for $1
Big Lot of LADIES' BELTS 5c. Apiece
" " " MEN'S SHIRTS 25c. Apiece
" " " VAL. LACE ,..12 Yards for 25c.
BIG LOT OF REMNANTS MARKED DOWN, ETC., ETC.
Li. "-ftOy NuuanuSt
FOR YOUR VIEWS
You will find a great num
ber to choose from, in
In Price From 10c. to $8.00
Also a large assortment of
Photo Supply Co.
Fort, Below Hotel
ROOSEVELT TO MEET
THE PRESS OF EUROPE
NAPLES, Apr. 1. The newspapers of every country In Kuropo are
sending representatives hero to nieo t rx-l'rcslilciit Hoowvolt, mid his nr
rlvnl here tomorrow will he tho oce nslon of tho largcgt mid most reprc
sentfttIo Catherine of the lniropen n pros that ovor assembled at ono
A majority of tho TMropean no wspaper men, representing (he prr
of nil tho nations, plan to remain w Ith Hooseclt until ho sall for home,
evidencing tho reinarknhln Interest of tho European putille lit tho re
turning American statesman. On lit s nrrlval today ho will huo to miet
scores of correspondents, all eager I 6r Intorvlows.
Thousand of Americans have a lso gathered here, In anticipation or
thir arrival of their former Presldcn t, Ilooscvolt's Hndlng on Kuropoin
toll promises to ho the occasion of a tremendous demonstration, nnd If
he consents to glvo nut Interviews, t hey will bu published In practically
all of tho many nations of Europe.
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GRAFT INDICTMENTS EXCITE PITTSBURG. ,
rinsuuiHi, Apr, i. a moss meeting in citizens, m niriiHB mu
nicipal corruption, was held .hem today. It wan ocrntlnncil by tho re
cent revelations In connection with tho Indictment of forty c.incll
men for graft. Major Magee attempted to address thn meeting, but ho
was hissed and hooted until ho lia'l to retire without making his In
PUBLISHER DEAD.' .
I'lllLADKLl'IIIA,. Apr. J. Ilobcrt W. Patterson, president of tho
Chicago Tribune Kibllshlng t'oiiiinny, died hero todaj or npopli-x) Ills
mother died n fow hours before, in Chicago, nt tho ngo of eighty-seven.
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ANTI-LIQUOR LEAGUE """"" 0LU"ULU !
? oimniu prninrro $
.mi!iih .i(vii,r,i ;
Agents Visiting Homes
Wahine Huis Oppose
President, Rev. Moses K. Nakulna ;
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Sunday, April It,
Communion Sunilaj Communion
servlco and reception of new members
at 11 o'clock. Communion message
uy tno minister, wo wiiiuu nwu
Jesus." Special mtic by Quartet and ,
Chorus Choir. !
Ulhlu Schtiol at 9:50 Beginning I
.... -.... ,.V1
Vlco President, E. K. l.lllkalanl; Sec- now quarters work.
retary, J. K. Nakookoo; Assistant Sec-' Men's 1-eaguo llllilo Class at
rctnry. Solomon Kuhoolialalinla; i Studies, "Tho Blgnincwito of
T. ....,- tin., Wn. V linn I IJUOlll 111 JUSUS,
, '. ' ,.., , -, . I Woman's Society Ulblo Class nt '
The above, who wore duly elected ContlnlllnG ,Th(l TeucUlnBll of Jcm,
at a meeting held in Kawuiahao , , , rt
no tho officers i ' ... ? ,. , "
church, February 17
nk.latlnn t'n.lnnim, .1 fl.lrt f..ML
,ftbo Territorial Itauall.n Prohibition
League which Is doing a good n- , 0fU (a), l
nuumr uiu .. .u- 1Cvvlllllf v w, la
Mrixuiy a uuillMgr ui m;mu Jh '
aro working among' tho nntho HO'
wnllmis In tho outsldo districts, ,wlth
! tii. 1 1 Tht u i
Istcr will coiillnuo his series ft ,
"Yiiiing America's ' ltellglous (Juei
tloiis," tho topic for thn ohIiik be-1
to inMtlng them to join thu j , T ,-;,, CMali"mili -ind
to idedso heniwhes to J corim ,nT,on ,, cxt,,le,, ,
I ubido by Its requirements
I ViwillTr to JTaliookoo nnt ot til"
nr. 'i.is ih n. are ulmut 8'M nitiu
I r In Hie icantio at the prenwn tlm
"lit uurobti In 1 oa( vi r' Int nuslnn
i u r ptilly
Meiiibcrs of tho Torrllo.lal CoiUM
Qomrnlttto nio I W. Bcckloy, o
speaker of tho Houso of Itenresenta
thes, Chairman; J. N. Mahuka, Vlco
Chairman; J, K, Nakaako, Secretary;
J. II, 8. Kaloo, Vlco Secrttan'J Kev.
Win. IC. Poiil, Treasurer.
There nre clubs established
In Million, Mollllll, Kaknuko)
all n5t connert(.l nlth nny
chinch ti utti na i.'Vuat I uli
nidtli i tvhnt Mini ib iiBiutn i'Iii
I in lrufi ' i. tlr if ,j i 1
to mi 111 ell l,( 'U,i !')
V -e i'
Corner of Alakca luid King streets
Morning services Junior Y, P. S. C.
i:., 0:00 a. m, Miss, Ida .McOnlre, su
perintendent; Ulblo School, 9;45 u. in.
W, O, Hall, suiieriiitcndent; iireachlng!
I servlco, 11:00 a. m., subject, "Tho III-
Doat.Landlnfc'.Moannlua, KiUIhl, Camp, ti" gchoo, or Our Duty to tho Ch -I
Kalulanl Tract, Kallhlwacna, Knneoho,' ,, ,f ,J' 'UJ?' V'?- v
Waikano, Kahana. P.ina.u , Hauubi, g"J;a Z?vTZ
all theso places officers and actlvo
agents aro keeping themsohes busy
visiting homes and enrolling mem
i nra; Krnest H. Welbourn, president;
pleaching sortlco, 7f30 p in, subject i
(by request), "Was Cornelius Saved
Dcfore Peter Preached to Him Jesus."
Special singing by tho Young Men's
Choir under tho direction of Mr. Wa
terman. A, C. McKcovcr, pastor.
r METHODIST CHURCH.
First Methodist Episcopal church,
corner lluretanln lueiuio and Miller
street, John T. Jones, pastor.
Sunday school, 9;4S a ni. Mr. II,
bcrs In tho Icaguo.
Plans aro being prepared for mass
meetings to bo held from time, to tljno
at different places under tho super
vision at their respoctho officers. No
tices, 'printed In Hannllan, will bo ills
tributcd to all tho oinccrs of tho out
sldo district leagues, for them to m
rango for meetings.
In order to promota tho welfare of ,
tho Territorial Prohibition League, ,,-""; ", Z',Z, .V
- fl ini ,nit.n .,.,. H. Trent. Bujicrlulenilcnt,
U .............. .- v, ...uv
Ing of Kev. Moses K. Nakulna,
ltev. Henry K, Pooixio, Uov, Vm. K.
Poal and Sam Kamalapill, has been
appointed. This committee, with tho
nsslstanco of a number of well known
financiers ot this city, will look after
tho Interests ot tho Icaguo.
According to authentic Information,
It is known that somo of tho well
known politicians have been employed
.Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Ser
mon by tho pastor; subject, "Christ
and Him Crucified."
Cpuocth league, 0:3d p. m. Topic
"Tho Sabbath Hest and tho Weok-day
Toll." Mr. II. A. llobblns, loader.
r.vcnlng worship, 7:30 u clock. Ser
mon by tho pastor; subject, "Chris
Official board meeting and quarterly
is such a piece of fine and
delicate machinery that in
order to keep the correct
time it mutt be overhauled
by a competent watchmaker.
Our Watch-Repair Depart
ment is in the hands of such
PHONE 512. 113 HOTEL, ST.
Ing them tho plllka tliero Is In tho
liquor trnfflc. As soon ns tho new
members Join tho luuguo of tho din-
o'clock. Pra or mooting, Wednesday
Tourists, soldiers, sailors, strangers
Met, where ,., eyros.de their name, ."'2
aro handed Into tno mam omco hero --,m .-...
Thnt tho great majority of tho Ha
walluns aro In fnvor of the prohibition
Is pvldenccd liy tho expressions pf
many ot tho v. ell known kamaulnas.
Although It Is estimated that tho maif"" nn " m ,,,l!, -1
Jorlty ot tho Hawallans aro drinking' f 1"lto
..,.,l h , rn,ll,ln ,hn fn tl.nl tCr 'OKO Clll. t UmT" WU
The Best Butter
HENRY MAY & CO.
"Dal rook-book means nil right,'
slid Miss Miami Drown, reflectively,
"hut I bet it gits mo into trouble,
yet." "Whut's tjio trouble?" " 'Hum
'tuko six eggs.'
Is I g'lno-
people they aro realizing tho fact that g r ' ""''B
the sooner they drop thc.llquor drink-'p .
rUmmJ." ," beUer U Wl" " fr tl'Clrt "formers In "ol'lt.cs are often
Asldo'fromjhe Territorial Prohlbj- k.Ci "J00," mi'cllial Chief-
lion League. tWwomcn socletl,. are 1' bti l"f ' '.cy lu, ' ot, ,on sw
also getting Intere.ted In tho mX&&C" "
lion ot tno proiiioiuoii worn in too ibi
unU It Is fcnld that Hawaiian somen's
lulls aro preparing for a big campaign
agaliiBt liquor. They rcullto it is to
their advuntaga to pioent tho sale
of lfquor hero, which Is tho causo of
much poverty In many it Huwallau
Somo of tho officers of theso wahlno
huis btato that thoy will work to
gether v. Ith tho Territorial Prohlbl'Ion
League for Hawallans In older to da
feat tho alms of tho liquor dealers,
New York Style Showy
Today's Correct Clothes
for Men and Young
BUY Clothes made by a house
of reputation and so be sure
you are getting best values.
Made in Nezv York for us by
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,. have been
approved by critics of Style and
Quality for a third of a century. ,
Sold exclusively at the
Now York Fashion Centre
The Prices are moderate '
White Canvas Oxfords
Bcgular $2, ?2 50 and
About 150 pairs of odds and ends and broken sizes
taken from our regular stock.
PUMPS, ONE AND TW0-EYELET, AND ItlBBON TIE
All Late Toe Shapes All Sizes
While They Last,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET
Thc ih:st llUANns are
MTJJIABLO In 1001b. 3aR
XEinOH In Barrels
QREEN ISLAND In 2501b.
Lcwers & Cooke,
177 So. Kine; St. '
REQAL SHOE CO. tiyg
King nnd Bethel. rj $
WING CHONG CO ( ORTERSORtENTAL
KING ST., NEAR BETHEL I , ?
Dealers in Furniture. Mattresses, VJWfl WA TAI & CO
etc.. etc. All kinds of K0A nnd MIS-' T U1U l! V I rtl l VjV.
SI0N FURNITURE made to order. 041 Nuuanu Street Fhone 2G0
i M. E. Silva.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
I Prnmnt nnrl PMUa Affinflnn
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 179 Nifilit Call 1014
- You'll Find
for Gifts at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between King and Hotel
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in nickel, silver and
KINO. 0PP, ALAPAI STREET
Pau Ka liana
Scrap and tho world scraps with )ou,
smile ana the let ou alono.
At Your Grocers
And Cloth of Al QualitjTCan bev '
M0 CANDLESS BLDO.
P. 0, Box 001 Telephone 031
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania St., 0pp. Sachs'
UM-"ror Odic urui i ouikuiu Hf """-Miinrni yj
Meat Market and Importers,
C. Q. Yce Hop & Co.
YEE CHAN & CO.
Corner King and Bethel
WAN CHONG CO.
DRY. GOODS AND TAILORING
Everything ubsolutely new r unci 2)
fresh from the Coast. "
WAVERLEY BLK. . HOTEL ST.
FANCY DRY GOODS
Vah Ying Chong Co, ' )J
King St., Ewa Fish Market. ''
ifete 4f-' dvfik&'MM
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