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nVE.NMNO nULI.ETIN,' HONOLULU. T. H THURSDAY. Aim. 21, 1910.
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NEW SPRING STYLES OF
A. F. C. GINGHAMS
In Plaids and Stripe; beautiful colors; look like the
Scotch Plaids, Only 10;. per yard.
WHITE CURTAIN SWISS
Thirty-six inches, good quality, new designs; 0 yards
, MEN'S BLACK SOCKS
Good quality, fast color; 25c. per pair.
MEN'S FINE BLACK SOCKS
Fast color; 35c. a pair, 3 pairs for $1.
MEN'S FANCY COLORED SOCKS
35c. a pair, 3 pairs for $1. '
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Berctania Streets Qnnoaitc Fire Station '
Under New Management
YE ARTS & CRAriS SHOP. LTD., offers the finest se.
iei.J? of .ART O00DS in Honolulu at . REDUCED
PHICES. The famous OTTO W1X WATER COIORS are on
exhibition and for sale.
PaS! ,ElI. Books for cvery tate nnd every occa
' v, rfcc,t ?"ture Fxaminir is n specialty of this shop.
Kodak 'Developing and Pnntinp; by the best workmen in
Ye Arts and Crafts Shop, Ltd.,
MISS FRANCES K. MORRISON - - . Manager
rt street, Mext Chambers Drug Co.
Of any kind." Apply to
83 MEROHANT STREET
MR. ORUNE speaks the RUSSIAN LANGUAGE and can
get just the kind of help you need.
Vo1"' y EVERY SPARE "MOMENT
&L JMV :'V. CAN BE UTILIZED
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IB fire WmMWWM&
PHMliM rountain Pfen
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Fountain Pens Repaired, and every Pen Guaranteed.
A. B. ARLEIGII & CO., Hotel nr Fort
THERE IS NO HEAVINESS IN THE
CAKES and PASTRY
SOLD AT THE TALM CAFE, HOTEL STREET, NEAR
UNION. EVERY PIECE FEATHER LIGHT.
The Most Satisfactory Soap for Use in the Office
GET A TIN FOR A QUARTER
Benson, Smitli fe Co.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
PHONE 297 I
WASHINGTON', D. C, Apr. 20. William Itnntlolpli Hearst, niter
Aral beliiR closeted in consultation with President Tnft, today Issued one
uf tlie mast astonishing statements 'of recent history In poll tits', taken by
some to prove the charge that there Is now to be an open conflict be
tween President Taft nnd former President- Ilootctclt. Hearst's state
ment Is mi unqualified endorsement of the President nnd a scathing de
nunciation of Itoosciclt.nnd his administration.
Hearst called upon the Prcsldsnt nt tho White House, spending
pome time with him. Immediately after leaving the President ho gnvo
out his statement, which unqualifiedly Indorses the stand taken by Taft
on tho questions of tho dny.
He stntes that Taft has been able to accomplish moro good for the
country in the one jcar ho has been in office than ltooscclt was ever
nlilo lo accomplish In the snmo length of time. Taft, ho pays, found tho
country In n rf'ough of despond on j adversity nt tho tlmo he took ofllcc,
the result of tho administration of Itoascvelt. Now, after one ear In
power, Taft lias placed tho country onco ngnln on tho highroad lo pros
pcilty. Taft Is earning out tho Iloosovclt policies In tho way they ought
to bo carried out, he said.
CHARRED BODY PLACED BEFORE MURDERER.
NBW YOHK, Apr. 20. Btolldly Indifferent appears Albert W. Wol
tcrs, now on trial before Judge Fnslcr of the Court of ticncrnl Bcsslonri,
for murder In tho first degree, In spile of tho evidence piling up to proMi
hli guilt In one of the most brutal crimes in the police annals of thin
city. Todny, when the charred remains of tho fragments of little, Miss
Ituth Wheeler, his nllegcd victim, were placed before him, offered In evi
dence of murder by tho prosecution, ho calmly mncjed them nul
showed no sign of cvon passing Interest. f
Walters Is charged with having choked the girl to death at a tlmo
when oho was In his ofllcc nppblng for n position as a stenographer. Her
body, whlMi had been partly consumed In order to hide tho oldenco of
tho crime, wns found several days Inter, wrapped In oilcloth, on tho lira
escapo of n neighboring building.
STRIKERS RIOT AND ARE KILLED.
I'llTHIIHItU, Apr. 20. Death followed n charge of tho pollco upon ,
n body of strikers horo tonight, four of tho unionists being shot In their
biittlo with tho authorities. Tho strlkors wore gathored around tho
works nt tho Press Steel Plant, making a demonstration. A pollco posso
ordered tho strikers to disperse and proceeded to cnfnrro their order.
Tho strikers grew ugly and fought back, whereupon tho pollco drew their
guns nnd commenced shooting Into tho, mob.
AEROPLANE CARRIES PASSENGERS.
C'HAIlLUVH.liU, France, Apr. 20. flogor Semmcr performed a re
markablo aeroplane, rent today, driving his inachlno across country In n
fhc-minuto flight with four passengers. This Ib a record number of pas-
fencers to be carried In any dirigible of tho aeroplane type, no previous
flyer having nttempted to enrry moro than ono passenger Into tho nlr.
The flight nnd descent were mndo without nccldent of any kind.
1 mim 1 m
NEW YORK WILL STOP TRACK BETTING.
AI.I1ANY. Apr. 20. The New York Assembly today otcd in fAorof
the nntl-ornl betting hill, up for Its third reading. Tho State has had
a law making It a misdemeanor to p ace bets nt race tracks, but It was
decided In a test chso In the courts that this lnw did not prohibit tho
making of n wnger provided no money wns actually deposited at tlie-
COTTON FIRM BANKRUPT. '
OKOATUIt. Ala., Apr. 20. Tho cotton firm of Knight, Yancey &
Co., one of the biggest cotton manufacturing concerns in tho South, to
day announced Itself a bankrupt and passed into the hands of n receiv
er. Tho liabilities of the company amount to upwards of four million
BOILED OIL BATH
Electrician 'Wolf Has
Preserving Plant At
One of tho most lniortutit problems
or railroad construction and mainte
nance, both horo and throughout tho
States, Is with tho limited llfu of h
truck tie. This problem, nftur duo
consideration nnd cxporlmontliig by
experts and vpcclullsts, has been
salted, at least so fur as Hawaii U
The Honolulu Itapld Transit & Land
Co., which Is , constantly ruing, ties
all over tho city, hnj recently erected
a plant nt Kahauiki, for treating rail-
ond tlcn, directly muuka of tho Hack
feld Fertilizer Works. Since Its erec
tion three, weeks a so, about 3000 tics
hato been properly oiled, drained and
treated, and nro now being used by
tho Itapld Transit Company. '
To begin with, tho ties aro first
dumped Into a largo tank, flvo feet
and half wldo nnd 45 feet long. Till'
tank cnnUiohl 200 tics.
This dono, about 2000 gulloim of fuel
crude oil aro pumped Into tho tank,
where they aroBteamed aud boiled.
This boiling operation lastB from two
to three hours. In this way, tho ties
rccehe proper treatment) Two tank
fulls ure turned out a duy.
As soon aa they are boiled and
drained properly, they aro taken out,
placed on a track and sllded down
to their pile. The ties then nro ready
In order tn mnku the ties hard nnd
solid, four hnloH aro bored partly
through thorn, In order to allow tho
Oil to penetrato tho clns of tho wood
mora satisfactory. Tho boring of tlicso
holes Is done by the boring inachlno
which was designed by Ilobort Men
augh, chief ougtnecr of tho Itapld
Transit Company nnd put up by A.
Welbourii, chief carpenter. Tho ina
chlno, which In run by electricity. Is
ono of tho most Interesting In tho Isl
ands, According to Mr. Wolf, ono of the
electricians attached to tho Itapld
Transit, tho tlvs, after going through
tho operation would with proper treat
ment last about 15 years. Ordinarily
they last about 9 years.
There are about 11,000 ties In tho
yard now, but iib they aro not perfect
ly dried they wjll bo left thorti fur
komn 1 lino, beforo they will bo put 111
a tank for treatment,
In order to ninko the flow of oil
Into n tank n.iKy. n new cenlririmnl
pump Inn boon lnslnllcd for thin pur-poto,
Kor-bolllng tho oil In tho bath tank
a long pipe. Is attached to a steam
roller, from which tho steam Is con
cyed Into the tank, where tho tics
aro laid for treatment.
Tho method or treating ties In this
new plant, Is apparently slmplo but
It wns nevertheless n difficult proK
ultlon when It was first put In oper
AH this good work Is due to unllr
Ing cirortH of Mr, Wolf, electrician and
roadmastpr of tho Itapld Transit Com
pany. Wolf Is an experienced railroad
man, halng served a good ninny
years nt construction work. Ho
nt one tlmo connected with tho Thoniv
son Houston Klectrlc Company In
Mass Later he wus cmplojcd at
Rpokano, Seattle, Tucoma OuklundSt.
Paul and many other cities on thu
mulnlund. beforo comlnc here.
i On hln arrival In Honolulu, Wolf
was mniio nssistunt electrician under
thn Tnrrltnrlnl fFnvt.riimi.nt rtilr.nlnf
I which ho joined tho Honolulu Itapld
Transit & Land Co, In 1902.
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AND THE COUNTRY
Editor Evonlng n 11 Hot In:
In connection with tho prospectho ad
nnce, In teltphon rates reported in
oiir Saturday evening Issue, It might
be of Interest to notlco the rntcs paid
In the central portions of tho United
Last fall I had occasion to use the
telephone In a town In Southern Wis
consin nnd was struck with tho M'ry
excellent service nnd Inquired the cost
I found that It wag a mutual company
In something moie than name, that
oery subscriber was tho holder of
one JH'O'fhare of stock, that the rates
charged were 12 per month for busi
ness houses and fl per month for nil
other subscribers In town nnd coun
try, most o( tho farmerH having
phones. Connections with ndjolnlng
exchanges nro made for 10c and nfcr
0 p, in., half rato, theuo exchanges cov
ering tho principal part of tho south
ern half of Wlbconsln and tho north
ern half of Illinois,
As low as these ratCH aro the com
pauy cams 14 per cent on Its capital
anil pays 8 per lent dividends, bo that
every subscriber tho holder of ona
share of stock who pays II per month
or (12 per year, gets back tg, in oth
er words his phone costs him ft per
year and the use of S100 and as tho
going rato or Interest Is S per cent,
Ills phone costs him T9 per 5 ear, 7.1
cents a month, l-10tli (ho Wahlawa
Compare these rates and moxt ox
tollmit service with tho rates and set
vice hero nnd toll me If It's conceiv
able that our beloved company will
hae tho gall tn advance rates.
Wllhliittii, Onhli, April IS, '10,
For Men and
'T'O enjoy the feel
ing of being
dressed in authorita
tive style is the keen
desire of every clothes
loving man. This is
the 'kind of clothes
we carry the latest
styles. Every gar
ment unites the
world's best tailoring
and material. No
one is more critieal of
the clothes wc sell
than we are, no
matter what kind or
what price We have
established our cloth
ing trade on absolute
J cement in H Jfl
J JWrtflRfa J Mr-TV
(Rochester, N. Y.)
Sweet Pickled Peaches and Pears
In three and five-pound glau jars.
Assorted Preserved Fruits
In threcipound rIbh jars.
Assorted Fresh Fruits
In one and one-half-pound Jan.
These Are Fruits In Perfeotion
Henry May & Co. r.td.
Gives a richly-tinted gloss
finish in perfect imitation of
any selected natural wood,
Apply it on floors, furniture,
chairs, wlckerware, etc. It
will make marred or scratch
ed pieces look like new,
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KINQ STREET
Starting April 2nd,
For Two Weeks Only
CORSET COVERS 15c. to 75c. Apiece
PETTICOATS 40o. to $1.50 Apicc
SHIRTWAISTS 60c. to $1.50 Apiece
INDIGO now i5o. a Yard
FLANNELETTE ' 12 Yards for $1
BiB Lot of LADIES' BELTS . . , . 5c. Apiece
' MEN'S SHIRTS 25c. Apiece
" " " VAL. LACE 12 Yards for 25o.
BIQ LOT OF REMNANTS MARKED DOWN, ETC., ETC.
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