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CVnNINO nUM.KTIN. HONOLULU. T II., MONDAY, Am. IS. 1910.
Can You Miss This
EAUTirUL MILLINERY GOODS ore being fairly sacrificed at
this store. The prices tell the story of some of the marvelous
bargains offered. No woman uhojs seeking to enlarge the
purchasing power can afford to miss this safe.
BEAUTIFUL RHINESTONE HATPINS. .
$5 to $10 Values; Sale Fr.'c:, $1 to $5.
?5 to 510 Values; Sale Trie:, $1 to $5.
SMART TAILORED HATS
$5 to $20 Values- Sale Price, $2.30 to $10.
Copies of Genuine Taris Models; $10 to $20 Vnlucs; Sale Price,
$5 to $10. -
In Straw and Metallic Effects; $1 to $5 Valucs.now 60c. to $2.50
In all the Latest Colors; $1 to $5 Values now 50c. to $2.50 per
Colt of 12 Yards.
VIOLET CORSAGE BOUQUETS. POINSETTIAS and HAIR ORNAMENTS.
In Endless Varieties; All at Half Price.
THIS IS A DONA TIDA HALr-PRICE SALE. . "
Dunn's Hat Shop,
A fact worthy of note,
and an argument far
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The truly appreciative
lover of GOOD beer goes
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necessary. to enjoy that
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.$1 a Year
REOAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel,
Kamchameha Day Will Be Fittingly
Celebrated Church Holds Con
firmation Servile Native Child
k-tiuul.i.1 lit iua HAY-qJ
(Special to Bulletin.)
WAinUKl', Maul, Apr. IB. On
Wednesday ccnlng before sunset
Captuin llcnuctt of tlia Clniullnc suf
ricilcd In landing nt Kuhnkulun,
Mnul, a rargo of lumlicr belonging
to Mrs. Kniieknpolcl llkelu or Kahn
kuloa This mi go Iiiih become Ills
l(ii Ic liy tlio fiat t tint the lumlicr
wns bought hi Honolulu Inst Octo
ber unit tli.it tlio strainer Mlknlinli
made two iniMicretifful trips to Ku
hakuloi with tlio lumber and both
times the lumbar wiib taken batk
to Honolulu At ono (lino It wns
lauded nt lloiitilini, nearly ten miles
fioni Kahakiilon., Two monttiH ago
negotiations wcroiigaln opened with
tlio 'lumber pioplo mid with the In-tcr-lslnnd
steamship comp.ui oftlco
After ninth uirrcspondciico with
the main oflko mid personal appeal
lo CV it u In lleniictt, the uuthorltjc
finally permitted to have the lumber
(nought by the Clnudlno to be land
ed on the homewnru trip. On tlio
first trip (he weather was so rough
that although two ennoes weto out
at be.i wultlng for tlio steamer, an
arranged, to tow the lumber iiHhurc,
(ho captain did not think It wise lo
land the. cargo, nnd ko on the fol
lowing trip, last Wednesday even
ing, April 0, at about C o'clock, the
Clnudlno arrived oft Knhakuloa on
her way lo Honolulu, nnd the two
i a noes were on hand. The lumber
wns successfully lowprcd In raflsaud
taken nshoro by the natives In ca
noes, nnd the cargo got ashore safe-
,ly and In good condition before 7
o clock that night.
The natives of tlio little village.
of Kahakuloa were ho happy Hint
they commemorated the event with
n lunu, and ' remembered Cafitnln
Dennett of tho Clnudlne, Vko-PrcBl-dent
.McLean of the Inter-Inland
Steam Navigation Company unit
President I J I.owiej of hewers U
Cooko for the part they took In trj
lug their best to hno tho lumber
landed at Us destination
Ills Lordsftlp lllsliop. II. II. Res
Inrlck of Itoilolulii preached at tlio
Church of the Good Shepherd In
Wnfluku Inst Sunda to n very large
congregation. Three jouug people
wcro confirmed by tho bishop '
Jackie Hal am Minxes Mary llll nnd
Mary Hart. The bishop preached a
very nblo sermon. Ho commended
the congregation and all thoso who
helped on Hnstcr Uay townrds the
new church fund. Tho iholr of the
church rendered again tho Hunter
anthems with great effect.
A thrco-j ear-old native child was
drowned nt I'uuohal.i, Wulliiku, Inst
Saturday evening Another native
lad brought the had news to Wat
t n K ii and stated in clcg.u.t Hawaiian
that the niothei to loved "dago red '
that tdio forgot nil ubiiiit her child,
ami when sho got up from " hor
drunken stupor her child wns nl
ready dead heveial boms.
Illiibobiiro kuvwinaia, tho Japan
cso tinsmith of Wnlluku who stubbed
and killed Ills own brother some tlmo
ago, was convicted of murder Jn the
second degrco u a Jury last Wed
resilaj evehlns. The case was be'
gnu bcfoie Judge S II. Kingsbury on
Tuesday, March 29, and has there
fore occupied tho attention of the
tourt, the nttoine) and the Jury
for about eight das. Count Attor
ncj I). II. Case icpiesonled tho pros
ecution, whllu Attorney Douthltt
espoused thi) cause of tlio defendant.
Mr Diiiithltl's argument fn behalf
of his client last Wcdiicsdti morn
ing Is said by those who lieaul him
to be ono of tho ablest and the most;
pathetic appeals ever delivered be
fore a Maul Jurj. Tho Jury went
out dining the afternoon and In the
evening leturiifd with a verdict, of,
guilty of minder In tho second de
gree. On Thursday noon Judgo
Kingsbury passed sentence on do
fendaiit7 giving him thirty-live eais
In. Jail, ufler finding out that de
fendant was thlity-elght je.us or
age. Tho defendant, llko most Ori
entals, tiil.es his bouteuco In an in
different main. el, but lnwardli ho
may feet the lull meaning of u sen
ti'iuo which is vlitually a llfo hen-
ten it unless pievlousl) paldoncd for
good behavloi, of which ho has mi
abundant supplj dm lug his uuimal
Tax Assessor J, II. Kunowu, Sou
ntor and Republican Campaign Man
ager S, U. Kalaiu.i, Demociatle Cam
paign Manager M, K, ICcohokalolo,
Conti actor J. A, Aheong, Count) Au
Ator Charles Wilcox and Scliool In
spector C. H. Klpg ull met In Wnl
luku Just evening, ui ranging for u
dinner and specch-ninkiug on Juno
11 in (omniemoiallon of Kumehu
nioha Uaj They Bre niembers of
Kanieliainelm I.odga .and they wish
to colobiate the da) In a lilting
Mi, Chmles Wilcox has bieu te
tuctod us oiatoi of tho day, and Kit
iihiiiiiiiuu (lunch, Wllukii, will be
the place where tlio niembers with
1 1 'r.'w, iixrn
jfff ki I ,AV
Ttla elder brother
bow to play
doctor, in real
ber, and her i
the one stand
ard cough modlclna for children
is entirely freo from narcotics or
poison of any kind. It is tho great
remedy tho world over for colds,
coughs, croup, whooping-cough,
influenza, la grippe, and all bron
Accept no substituto or cheap
r and worthless imitation. I!o euro
you got Aycr's Cherry I'cctoral.
Tut up in large and small bottles.
fr.p.r.4 tf Dr. I, C Aj.r L Ct , 1-M, Mu .USA
their friends will attend In a body t
to hear not on y deeds of valor of
the great soldier nnd statesman, hut
nlso the par't' Queen Kmihtimunu '
pln)ed In the propagation of tho
Gospel. Tho members' of tho Kan-'
hiimahu l.odgo, Wnlhee branch, will I
be asked lo join In tho exc rises. I
It Is the Intention of these Hawai
ian leadeiH to orpintro a branch '
the Kamehameha f odge on Maul,
nod It is cxpe ted that no lis thai'
llfly Haw-allaim will com forward
to enlist ns members of iVi excp
lent organization for tho moral up
lift of the Hawaiian race I
While tho Haw allium may bo di
vided on church nnd political qucs-1
lions, jet the) can meet as ctiuuls
In such an organization as this and
Join heart and oul In stud) lug deep
problems pertaining to their wel
fare. Churches mid political organ
izations help luilid up only thoso
connected with their particular or
ganizations, while an organization
like Kaniehanielia Lodge will help
not out) the members, but will also
look into questions pertaining to the
welfare of al.
"PAID IN FULL"
Not In )ears has New York seen
another such dramatic success us Paid
In I'nll l'rom tho opening night un
til tho evening two jeais later when
tho curtain i nig down for tho last
tlmo on tho engagement tho houses
vvero picked nnd tho pin) wns only
taken fiom the boards to mako way
for another production for which tho
management had alrcadv arinngvd
"As gioat a success as Paid In rull"
has come to bo a stoct phraxo with
Now York dramatic wrlteis mid It
With Henry McRae Co.
must he raid that though tho phraso
has b"cn used ninio than oncu it baa.
not onco be n merited b) any play
slnco Ibis great dramatic work was
taken from tho New York stuge.
I'ald in rull Is ono of thoso pla)
which (hi Ills tho veiy heart strings or
tho nudlcnce. I'rnm tho rlso of tho
cm lulu on I bo first act until tho end
of tho last k(cmio theio Is cmitlniiaua
ncuou nun iiio sioiy is ono wuiiii
grasps tho attention of tho auditor nnd
holds It thioiighout, Tho play prom
ise a to bo ono of thq gioatest sue,
censes of the Mcllao engagement.
Maigarct Oswald will bo seen nt
her host In thu rolo of "I'lniun lliooks"
All of tho other favorites will ho well
"Paid In I'iiII'' wns run In scilal form
by this papc r t'omo nioutliB ngo.
I.ani.isler County, I'enn , stands
first In the United Stairs In the
number of farms, 9137; St, Law
rence County, Now York, second,
with 8Jm farms; and York County,
Ponii., Ililid in muk, with its 80111
Intci-lslauil nnd () It. &. I. shipping
iHNikH for snlo at tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 u
offlco, 50c each,
In order to close out, prior to
Stock-Taking, we will place on
On Monday Morning
A Large Assortment of
ai 10c yd
.Some of these sold formerly as
high as 30c yd
i . i f n t
1139 Fort Street - Honolulu
At L. B. Kerr & Cos Store on
ADLEtl E00HESTEE SUITS
All shades .. $17.50
ALL SUITS ronnerly $22 to
$18, now $15.00
MEN'S FANCY' SOCKS For
merly 35c. to 50c, now. .
FELT HATS Formerly $1.50
to $2.50, now $1.00
MEN'S "WALK-OVEIl" Low
cuts, lnrgo sizes; regular
$4, now $1.75
MEN'S "WALK-OVER" Low
cuts, patent kid; regular
$4, now .... $2.75
WOMEN'S "S0E0SIS" Can.
vas Ties; regular $3,50,
WOMEN'S "S0110SIS" Ox
ford Tics; regular $4, now
F0ULABD TISSUE LWit
and dark colors; all pat
WELLESLEY LAWNS 50
different patterns ,.-..15c.
S0IE TONKIN In plain,
dotted, checks and stripes
AEERrOYLE SILK Cream,
sky pink and grcy....C0c.
LADIES' FINE BLACK HOSE
Regular 40c., now. ...25c.
LADIES' ALL-LINEN HAND-
KERCHIEFS Regular $1.50
half dozen, now.. . .75c.
NECK RUCHINGS White,
pink, blue and cream... .
30c. to 40c.
BLACK AND WHITE BEAD.
ED SCARFS At a reduc
tion of 25.