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evening bulletin, Honolulu, t ii, TiimsDVY, apu. ii, 1010. .
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New Line of
Infants' and Children's
Long and Short
A PRETTY MUSLIN DREGS, trimmed in lace, for $1
and $1.25. 1
FINE MUSLIN DRESS, (rimmed in embroidery and
lace, $1.50 and $1.75.
LAWN DRESS, tucked nnd trimmed in lace, $2 and
PINE LAWN DRESS, tucked and trimmed in lace and
cmbroideiy, for $3, $3.25, $3.50 and $3.75.
MULL DRESSES, beautifully trimmed, $3, $3.50, $1
SEE DISPLAY IN OUR FORT STREET SHOW WINDOW
Cor. Fort nnd Bcretania Street Opposite Fire Station
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Comer Fort and Berctania Street Onnosite Fire Station
Under New Management
YE ARTS & CRArrS SHOP. LTD., offers the finest to
lection of ART GOODS in Honolulu at REDUCED
PRICES. The famous OTTO WIX WATER COLORS are on
exhibition and for sale.
Paul Elder Books for every tasto and every occa
sion. Perfect Picture Framing is a specialty of this shop.
Kodak Developing and Printing by the' best workmen in
Ye Arts and Crafts Shop, Ltd.,
MISS FRANCES K. MORRISON - - - Manager
Fort Street. Next Chambers Drug Co.
THE POWDERED SOAP
Sanitary and fragrant. A delight
ful accessory in the toilet of Milady.
Economical and eliminates danger of
f rnnamilnn nf lrin flttpaapa Tti
W!,&"1 two sizes 25 cents and $1. A hold
er for a trifle more.
Benson, Smith fc Co.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
TO ACCEPT HEARST
IXI)IANAIOLI3, Apr 15. Jon if Temple ClruvUs of New York, pi!
Ilor of tho New York American an I tlio candidate of tho Independence
Lpiiriip .for tile VI o-I'resldciiey In 1008, wng the prlnclp.il sppnlter nt
tin- Demo-rntlc liuiKiuet here tonight n't a part of the Jerfersoti Day
Clients, proving In IiIh Bpeech to" he the hearer of an nllic lirnnch from
the Independents of tho Hearst camp to the regular Democratic part)'.
Tho orator made an attempt In his speech to read William Ran
dolph Hearst hack Into tho rnnku of the Democrat, Muting that he
w'utf authorized to announce that the Independence League members
would ho willing to follow Mr Hearst hack Into the Democratic fold If
the regular party would Incorporate in ltd platform the principles for
which the league had hcen contending.
Prominent Democrats from all over the Union "ere present at the
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TRAPPED FIREFIGHTERS DIE.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Apr. 11 Trapped hehlnd the Iron doorH of
the county Jail nnd prevented from escaping by" heavily barred win
dows, six flrenien were burned to death h'cre today .In their effort to
caye tho county building from destruction by lire. Tho fireman had
rushed Into the corridors nf the jnll to help rescue tho prisoners and to
fight tho flames. The flro crept In behind them nnd their escape b-'
the main entranco was cut off, while at the same time tho flames pre
vented tho warden or his assistants from teaching the hrcmeii with
their !en to open tho doors leading away from tho danger zone. The
men tried to hack their way through the window barf, hut fell one
after another, smothered by the smoke. Tho bodies of tho six wen'
ciemated before tho fire was extinguished and they could bo reached.
AMERICAN ARCHBISHOPS TURNED DOWN.
HOME, Apr. 13. Expressions of dissatisfaction from America oer
tho refusal of tho Vatican to receive former President Itoospelt with
out submitting conditions relative to his receiving members of the con
gregation of the Methodist church In Home hnvo stirred the Vatican In
to retontment against America. Tills Is taken to be the reason fur tho
very iadlc.il announcement nindo today, when It was given out that tho
Pope had struck from the list of can lldatcs for cardinal honors the names
of nil American archbishops, Including that of Archbishop Ireland of St.
Paul, Archlllshop Qulgle of Chicago, Archbishop Parley of New York,
and Archbishop lllenk of New Orleans.
ROOSEVELT AND PHELAN DISCUSS HENEY.
PORTO MAURIZIO. Apr. 13. James D. Pholan, former mnor of
Eau I'rancls'o, was a caller upon Colonel Rooxevelt today before the lat
ter departed for Venice. Mr. Pholan, nftcr his cnll, stated In an In
torvlow that he had discussed with the former President tho details of
the defeat in San l'ranclsco of I'rancls J. Honey, the candidate for dis
The defeat of Honey was gono over. Mr. Phclan said, by him -in
order to make plain to Mr. Roosevelt how completely under the domi
nation of the rnllro.uls was San Francisco nnd how complete was tho po
litical control exercised by the transportation companies,
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SUGAR TRUST CASES SUIT TAFT.
WASHINGTON, D C Apr l'S. As a result of a conference at the
White House, It is now stated that it Is unlikely that there will b
any Congressional Investigation Into the affairs of tho Sugar Trust.
Picsldent Taft Is said to have expressed his satisfaction nt tho,
rapid progress being made In the prosecution of the' trust ofllclals mill
cmplo)cs for the alleged combination In restraint of trade and for the
conspiracy to defraud the government In the "matter of customs collec
WHITE WILL PLAY
EIGHT GAMS TONIGHT
Eight leading chess players of this
city have signified their Intention
of simultaneously playing .1. W
White this evening ut the Y M. C.
A. Mr White beat nil comers in
tho last Chess tournament nt the Y.
M. C. A., nnd Is considered such a
The Casiilioa Rubber Plantation Co.,
ho was nl
o'xnn'ntnt jit Hie game that
Led to, Issue. a challenge to
twelve of the. leading players, whom
lie would ,plli simultaneously,
chullenge has been taken up,
eight games are' assured for
Tho nnmes of tho platers win
will meet White simultaneously are
as follows: Judge II. 12, Cooper, J
D. Hill, Harold (Lord, O. II. Stew
nrt, C. V Merrill, Guy 1). De Spain,
P-iiul Super, A. E. Larimer.
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Blue Serae Suits
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"f TCTE are building
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business on these
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and RAIN PROOF.!
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Longs and Stouts
Uu, and can fit anyone.
of Portland, Oregon
, Is offering for sale "ACREAGE" in its Rubber Plantation in Chiapas, Mexico, Series No. 4, at
?350 per acre, cash or instalments. On Cash payments 5 jntercst is guaranteed for four years, pay
able through Honolulu Banking House. Tanning begins in fifth 'year,
A Financial Fanio may depreciate STOCK, wipe out a BANK, financial institution or industrial
enterprise, BUT. IT CAN NOr POSSIBLY destroy an ACItE of RUBBER. .
"The Rubber tree of Mexico responds the most promptly to care and cultivation, maturing in
five cr six years and yielding in greater qucntity than that of ANY OTHER KNOWN variety of the
Rubber family. Jojyt Dravton, Consul."
, The Company invites in 'estimation of its management and of its Plantation, and we cheerfully
furnish "UNIMPEACHABLE" Credentials.
Address; Dr. H. B. EwbanK, Special Representative, ,TL?ilNT"
(Rochester, N. Y.)
Sweet Pickled Peaches and Pears
In 'three and five-pound glass jars. . ? '
Assorted Preserved Fruits
'f ' In three-pound glass jars.
I Promptly at 8 o'clock tonight, n
'concert will lie Khun In tho K I
Hall for the bcuellt of tlin Nuuanu
I Japanese cliurcli Thu program, lis
'arranged, 'Ib quite' Interesting, ua I
contains the Occidental and Oriental
musical (elections. Thin la u now
feature In the musical circles of Ho
liolulu. The program follows:
l'AUT I GNOL1SH MUSIC,
Trio I'lauo, Violin, 'Cello
..Mrs. Peck, Mr, l,ote, Dr. Ilamiu
Vocal Solo ,...Mr. Wall
Vocal Solo .i. ... ..Mrs. Ohmor
Chorus. .'. ..Kameliamelia Glee Cluli
l'AUT II JAPAXKSH MUSIC.
Swo'd Dance. . .Sunday School Hoys
Ilokudan Koto, Flute, Orgon.
Mrs. Ilorl, Mifui Seldyn, MIbj
Wnlnse, Mr. Ito.
S.imtscn Mr, Tisunizawv
Churns Young l-adlc8 and Me i
Chldorl Koto, Klute
..Mrs. Ilorl. Miss Seklyn, Mr. Itn
Chorus Young Ladles
Assorted Fresh Fruits
In one and one-half-pound jars.
These Avo Fruits In Perfection
Henry May & Co. Ltd.
ON SCHOOL STREET
eighteen residents of that portion
of School street near Nuuanu and
along Walkahalulu tano are of the
opinion that the city and county fit
Honolulu might furnish some Illu
mination to tho thoroughfare on
They have forwarded a petition to
this effect to Mayor Kern. Ills
Honor has turned the mutter over
to the supervisorial light committer),
with power to act.
ly, acres at Kalihi Valley, with
five-room' cottage. Free water. Hen
houies; stable. Well fenced, Iaeal
place for a chicken ranch,
Also 2.4 acres unimproved, aa
P. E R. STRAUCH
74 S. King St.
Wc arc now able to flavor our Sodas with
puic fruit, thereby imparting to the Soda the
most delicious flavor.
If you want a delightfully refreshing drink
with a flavor you have never known in Soda
before, order a case of our
PURE FRUIT SODAS
Rycroft's Fountain Soda Works,
131 -3E." ff I 1 ' " -'1
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. W O Smith, tr, to W M Mlnton
Entered for Record April IE,, 1910. Clara II Smith to William O
Nettle I, S-ott nnd huh to A l Smith ,.,1'A
raco I) HhI of W C l.unalllo hy trs to
V It Chlllon and ( to Cecil. Tr of I'lma A Jones Up!
Ilrdwn, tr ,' M Kst of V C Uinalllo hy trs to
Jim I) Cook upd f to John A Tr of Clara 1) Smith Hel
N'oulo U William O Smith, tr, et nl to M
Wnhliirulll Aktmi and hsh to A Moore ' I)
Daniel Kaolieliiulll et al . , 1) Albert Christian to William H
lU'lehlo Makalll to Mrs Itelieccn Cnstlci ., , ....Agrint
C,K-"" ...i..,nl iww Rt-orded April 13, 1010.
luial Kaulial (w) lo 13 A Nil- I.oulta K Andrews to Kllia An-
wahl (w) n drew 1)
Amelia Ah lllp and hsli to Po- Uiulsu K Alidrewg to HIU.i fn-
nahawiil Coffee Co Ltd .... 1) drews , IIS
Adnah Akau to ronahawal Cof t:ilzn Andrews (widow) to Louisa
feo Co Mil ....'. '..'. "U K Androwa ", U
Louisa K Andrews to WIUIamV
Kllia Andrews (widow) to Wll-
Ham Henry ,HV
Hal K of Hawaii Ltd to'h'ionv
John A Nohlo and wf to Han- , "j
nah Cook U j
Dorrla I.uwIh to on lUmui-
Voiiiir Co Ltd CJ
.Mcllrjdtf Silff Co Ltd to Jacob i
Kau I mi llxchiTi I
JoQtiiilm Urllhii mid wf to Cecil,'.
llronn, tr . . ,
Cecil Drown, tr, to Jonqulm :
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