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EVRNINO nULLETIN, HONOLULU, X, H., TUESDAY, AM. .'., 1910,
ITALY'S CROWNED HEADS
HOME, Apr. 4. On two occasions today Theodore Roosevelt wa
the guest of King Emmanuel. This morning the King or Italy and the
former President of the United States were' closeted together for an
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BRAHMA CLOTH SUITINGS Raw silk' weave and
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NEW LINGERIE DRESSES A very-' large assortment
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PETTICOATS 40o. to $1.50 Apiece
SHIRTWAISTS . . , 50c. to $1.50 Apiece
INDIGO now 5c. a Yard
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Big Lot of LADIES' BELTS 5c. Apiece
MEN'S SHIRTS 25c. Apiece
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BIO LOT OF REMNANTS MARKED DOWN, ETC., ETC.
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Also a large assortment of
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hour and were both evidently Intensely Interested In the conversation
which took place between them, ss' '
Tonight a grand dinner was given 'at "the royal palace In honor of
Colonel and Mrs, HooseveK. Mrs. Itoocevelt sat nt the right hand of
the King, while the colonel Bat nt the Qrcen'g right. Most distinguish
ed honors were shown! their, guests by the King nnd Queen during the
Tomorrow' King Emmanuel will .personally take Colonel tloosevclt
on n sightseeing tour of Home., The trip will be made In tlio carriage
of the Klng.'nnd Ills Majesty will, net as guide . t
In every way tlio 'King and Qtifccn havoi,ondca.vored.to show their
high regard for America's fanner chief' executive and Ills wife, mil
there has been nothing to show thjit. Colonel, Roosevelt, has suffered In
popularity to ,nny extent because of his Vefusal to accept n conditional
Invitation to the Vatican. ,
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CARDINAL GIBBONS VISITS TAFT.
WAKIUNOTON. D. C, Apr. I The fact that Cardinal Oluuons
visited the White House today, whore he was closeted with President
Taft for somo time, gavo rlso to considerable comment. Following to
closely on ,thn receipt ot information that Colonel Itooscvclt had de
clined an .uudlcnco, with I'opo Plus because his holiness attached ccrtnl'i
strings to his invitation, the clrctimstanco attracted moro than a llttl-s
attention, as tlio ylslt Immediately following seemed' likely to prove moro
than a coincidence.
l'or it timo thuro was coiiBldcrablo excitement, nnd all sorts of re
porta wero started going regarding the trond of tlio conversation be
tween the cardinal and the President. Later 11 developed, however,
that tlio conference was arranged for a week ago, and consequently
could not be In any way connected with tlio present controversy.
After the conference both President Taft and Cardinal Olbbonn
stated emphatically that tlio Vatlcnn-Koosevelt trouble was not ovo'i
mentioned. Doth insisted that the conference Is entirely without significance.
JAPANESE SPIES ARE DEPORTED
MANILA, Apr. 4. The three Japanese who wero captured while
trying to secure plans of the Corrogldor fortifications )iiivo been re
leased and departed. The alleged xples offered no opposition to depor
tation, and apparently went willingly. It la believed that they fcarc
harm at the hands of the populace should thty remain In Manila,
It Is alleged that Joseph Saxc, a soldier, Is gulity of . furnishing
plans of the Corrcgldor forts to Oormun agents- No oftlclaf action has
been tnkcu In his case as yet.
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ROOSEVELT CALLS FOR HOOT.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Apr. 4 It Is currently reported here that
Colonel Il'ooseyelt Has set word to Kllhu Hoot, asking him' to. meet him
In Europe. Hoot Is very reluctant to comply with the former Presi
dent's, request, fearing tlint the object of the meeting may be misunder
stood and that, Colonel Roosevelt's Intentions may bo' misinterpreted.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. I. With the view to securing moro
milled support In conservation matters, 1'rCuldcnt Taft today gave a
conservation dinner. The guest Hit was confined to members of tho
public lands committees ot the Senate and House anil Secretary Llal-
SHIPLEY DOES TO T0KI0. ' ."
WASHINOTON, D. 0., Apr. i Commander Shipley of the U. B.
S. Detroit was today nominated by the President as naval attache nt
ALHANY, ' Apr. 4. Conger resigned today.
U. S. Department of 'Agriculture,
Station, Honolulu, T. II.; month,
Atmospheric Pressuro (Reduced to
ma lovol; Inches and hundredths.)
menu 30.10; highest, 30.20, iljtc 23th;
lowest 30.00 iN.lo 6th.
Tcmporaturo Highest 81, dato 8th!
lowest 68, date 13th; greatest dally
rango 15, dato lStlij leust dally rango
7, ditto 18th; mean for this month In
1890. 71; 1891, 70; 1892, 73; 1893, 73;
1894. 71; 1895, 70; 1896. 70; 1897, 73;
1898, 70; 1899, 72; 1900, 72; 1901, 73;'
1902 71; 1903, 68; 1901, 72; 1905. 70;
1906, 09; 1907, 71; 1908. 72; 1909, 70;
1910, 72; normal for this month, 71.1;
absolute maximum lor the month for
21 years, 83; absolute ninmum for, this
month for 21 years, 53; average, dally
excess of this nlonllina compared'wjth
tho normal, 0.6; accumulated deficien
cy since January 1, 41.1; uvoragVd&lly
deficiency since January 1, 0.4.,
Precipitation Total this month
1.52; greatest precipitation in 24
hours 0.42, ilatu 31-Aprll 1; total pre
cipitation this month in 1877, 0.67;
1878, 0.13; 1879, 0.42; 1880, 2.88; 1881
4.07; 1882, 7.45; 1883, 1.21; 1884, 4.65;
1885, 2.79; 1885r),at; 1887, 2.42; 1888
1.58; 1889, 0.84; 18S0. 13.29; 1891, 0X6;
1892, 0.97; )W93, u.7C 1891, 2.16; 1905
0.44; 1906, 1.65; 1907, 2.14; 1908, 8.09;
1909, 3.47; 1910, L62; normal for this
month, 2.75; deficiency of this month
as compared with tho normal 1,23;
accumulated deficiency sinco January
1. 2.93, f
Wind Prevailing direction N, E.t
total movement 6324 miles; average
hourly velocity, 8.5; maximum velocity
(for flvo minutes) 33 mllca per 'hour
from N. K. on 31st.
Weather Number1 of days, clear 10;
partly cloudy 11, cloudy 7; on which
,01 Inch, or moro, of precipitation .oc
Miscellaneous Phenomena (dates of)
Auroras 0; haloB:, solar 0, lunar 0;
fog 0; thunderstorms, 0.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director; Weather Dureau.
It takos a woman just us long to
dry her hair In a dry town as else-w.here.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. ., All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. Wi Grove's signature is on
PARIS MEDICINE CO, St. UuU, U S. A.
BRYAN HAS' DIVIDED
' PARTY' IN NEBRASKA
His Local Option Statement la Cauie
of Break Among the Democrats
Leaders Have Left Him.
LINCOLN, Neb., March 10. If Wil
liam J. Ilryan did not mako a deliber
ate bid- for tho Bupport oT the pro
hibitions, both In and out of the
prohibition party, when he made his
recent "county option" declaration,
his pronouncement has at least had
the chect of causing all the anti-saloon
men In the stato to rally around
him. Ho has undoubtedly lost strength
among tho Democrats, and by tlio
leaders of his party' Is declared to
havo effaced hlmsolf as 'a Democratic
candidate for any office, but ho has.
Just as undoubtedly, risen In favor
among the prohibitionists.
Temperance societies In all parts of
tho state aro holding special meetings,
applauding Mr,- Uryan,' and adoptlt'.g
resolutions -comtricndlng his stand for
county option. The latest body of this
kind to como out for Ilryan and his plan'
la tho Ncbrilska Tcmporanco Union,
which a few days ago held a meeting,
endorsed Uryan, and, outlined a plan
of campaign of which the ono plank
Is to bo "county ortlon."
Tho clergy, too, has sided almost
.unanimously with Mr.IIryan, although
few clergymen aro folding out
against him. Last Sunday was set
aside by tho Anti-Saloon Lcagtio of
tho stalo as a day upon which all
ministers of the gospel In tho Btatn
wero asked to preach upon prohibi
tion. In Omaha alone moro than 35
preachers talked on that subject, nurt
hundreds of ministers, out In the state
did tho samo thing. And they all
praised Mr, Ilryan.
lut, while Mn Ilryan has tallied tho
(u.'verp(, prohibitionists In this state ho
lias lost tho 'favor .of'Tili own party,
iXL-cpt .thoso niornbcrH who happen Jo
bo'tprohbltlonlts themselves.. Jtut
bow serious this deflectionreally Is,
Is Just beginning to become known.
Nebraska democracy was -so taken
aback by Mr. Hryan'a couiiiy option
statement that It is Just beginning- lo
recover from the shock.
These, are the days In Philadel
phia that try men's soles, Kansas
A St, Inils woman claims that
"kissing Is overdone." They aro
rare, with us. Ilonne Terre (Mo.)
Wo tfust tlio Dalai Lama Is bring
ing out his data with him; that Is. If
ho Ih liondoil for Cncnling'ii.-Mlii.
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5he Prices are moderate'
White Canvas Oxfords
Regular $2, $2.50 and
About 150 pairs of odds and ends and broken sizes
taken from our regular stock.
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' Tade paint a paint that
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REQAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
Meat Market and Importers. ' ''4
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
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Corner King and Bethel
WAH CHONG CO. '
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