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EVENING flULt.BTlN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, APR. 22, 110.
llAWAII-A SOUTH SEAS OUEIO CO.
RAIN GODS AND AKUAS
HEW PATTERNS IN "STAMPING.
UNDERWEAR and GLOVES.
Miss Kate WoodarH
1141 Fori Street
WUiNUH and EYLLET
Mrs. J. Rosenberg,
Alexander Young Building
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties, fiea
sonablc prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets.
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hati.
"liiADINQ HAl' ULhAAana.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Adds Used. Work Guaranteed
FELIX TURRO, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Convent
Honolulu. T. H.
YEE CHAN & CO.
Comer .King and Bethel
WAH UiONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING
Everythjnir absolutely new and
fresh frori the -Coast.
WAVERTJJY BLK, . HOTEL ST.j
FANCY DRY GOODS
Wah.Ying Chong Co.,
v Klnc St., Ewa Fish' Market -'
Dicing st hear bethel
Dealers. in Furniture. Mattresses,
etc.. etc. .All kinds of KOA and MIS
SION FURNITURE made to order. ,
r for Gifts at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between King and Hotel
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
WING WO TAU CO,
041 Ni-.uanu Street
'And Cloth of Al .Quality Can be
MC OANDLESS BLDG.
P. O.-Box 861 Telephone 031
J 79 Hotel Street
Oriental Meals and Chop Sucy up
stairs. Occidental Meals downstairs.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Open 'Day and Night
Meat Market and Importers.
C Q. Yee Hop & Co.
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
BOOKM BOOKS! BOOKS!
,. Go to
- BROWN & LYON CO.. 'LTD. .
Alexander Young Dldfc.
Repaired, cleaned, and made as
good as new. All work guaranteed.
Rinc up Telephone 10,and we will
do the 'rest. " '"
WALL, NICHOLS ,C0..LTD.
We have jutt received a
Large Shipment of the fa
Kodaks and General
Supply Co., Ltd.
FORT, BELOW HOTEL
Sole Agents for PIERCE ARROW,
CHALMERS. HUDSON, PREMIER,
AUTO SUNDRIES "REPAIR SHOP
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
, C. H. Belin
has two new 7-seated autos for hire
shopping and calling a specialty.
$3 PER HOUR 50 CENTS HACK
ASK FOR BEHN PHONE 5
Your machine will be ready fot
fou when we say it will be. We
ion't experiment on autot; we repair
Von Hamm- Young
ILEXANDTO YOUNG BUUDIM.
"The Best-Built Car in America"
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
v We Understand It
W. W. WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
i. W. it,iUJ&N.H
Auto Tire Repairing
H77 Alakea St
LET US BID
On Your Electric Light Wiring
Union Electric Co.,
I. 0. CARTER Proprietor
Harrison Bldg. BERETANIA ST.
Fine Family Milch Cows For Sal:
is such a piece of fine and
delicate machinery that in
order to keep the ' correct
time it 'must be overhauled
by a competent watchmaker,
Our Watcll-Repair Depart
' mentis in the hands of such
PHONE 512. 113 HOTEL ST,
It is the finest
kind of health
insurance; and tho
All you need is a bath
tub, water, a cake of
. Ivory Soap and a coarse
Ivory Soap 13 far and
away the best bath soap
there is. It floats. It
lathers freely. And a
cake 6f it is so large that
it covers a lot of surface
quickly and thoroughly.
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just oppotlu Hotel St.'Frncli
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
Ingscost $200,000. High class hotel
at moderate rates. Center of theatro
and retalldlstricr. Oncarllnes trans,
ferring alio ver city. Omnlbusmeets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized ks
Ha walUnlslandheadquarers. Cable
address, "Trawets." ADC Cdde.
by a elass of beer
at served at
C. J. .MCCARTHY, Proprietor
Hotel and Bethel
TABLE D'HOTE DINNER AND
NEXT SATURDAY NIOHT
FULL MOON AND A GOOD TIME
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sti.
Fine furnished rooms, 11 for day
$10 and upwards per month. Splen
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL. Prop.
Fint-Class Family Hotel
Rest Bathing on -the Beach
W. C. BERQIN, Prop.
DQTS AND DASHES.
Jack TM-Fnilcloti's picture appears
In tho Chronicle of April 14, hut it, Is
only iih a guide to people who may
run across uiiuthor niuti named lcd
fern, who Is badly wanted by tho po
lice. The Honolulu man's photo
Kinph Is s.ilil to ho exactly llko Iled
fern, iinil ll would, be. consldo'red u
good picture of him.
lien Holllnger will ho on hand to
morrow at tho IIOjs' Kleld, and ho
nud his stop-wufch will he much ap
preciated )y tlii; officials of tho track
meet. Den knows lilt about the split
second game, and It Is to he hoped
that nothing prevents him from turn
Next Monday 'nf ternoon tha an'
nual meeting of theMlorctahla Ten'
His Club wjll bo held, and tha elec
Hon of ilfllcors for tho coming year
Tho LOUEolutlpu (ennls tournament
for tl'os who wcro "iWentod In tho
Inst .Manila rerlck will bo started up
(in Tlmrruliiy; Apt 28,
Major Porn, will present the prizes
to tha victor lit 'tha track moot to
morrow, anil Ills Honor will be on
deolt nil thji) uftijuu. -
THE -tylEEN WILL
May Day Festival Will
, Be Most Elaborate
May Day will lio duly celebrated
this jenr In itnwnll, ah under tlm an
lclcs of tho Kiiuhana Alt League
elaborate plana have been drawii up
ond the siiecOss of tlio rcsllval liai
been assured. Al a meeting of the
Art League yesterday rPpresciimtlUM
of nil tho committees wore present,
The Kllohana Art Loacue neor
docs things In a lialr-hcarted maimer,
hut enter heart nnd otil Into CTcrj'
thing It undertakes. As May Day
falls on n Sunday, April 30, hns been
Bet aside for celebrating this lilMoilo
No moro beautiful location could
hao been chosen than Alnnhnu, tlio
homo of ex-Governor CIcgliurn Tho
grounds surrounding this uianclon nro
not only commodious but lire partic
ularly ndnptcd for holding Mim ofi
Tho Children have been well cat
ered for, as In addition to having u
Punch nnd .iudy show and a grab bn
In rhnrgo of Mrs. Mnrston Cninnbcll.
inIio will bo assisted by Mrs. I)r Aug
ur and .Mrs. Drew, arrangements nro
being made to. hire a number of pnnle
and burros, so that tho joiing iH'opta
may ride about tho grounds to their
The chief feature) of tho day will lie
the May Pole datico. This will bo In
charge of 'Mrs, Mary flituti, ulin Is
busy training u scire of daintily nt
tired damsels In the mystic art of
L plaiting and iinplnltlug strands of col
Tho membcre of the College Club
will attend, attired In coMtilntes of the
period of Chaucer. The Itnttnll
mi band will .lie In ntti'dauco dur
ing tho nftcrnoon to discourse HWeot
music. In addition (hero nlll be sev
eral vocal nnd Instrumental numbers
by members of tho Smphnn
Miss A. Mclnlyro will have charge
of the disposal or the tickets and -will
he assisted by tho several committee
of the Art League. As )!io tickets
have all been tprtntnd n thorough can
vass of tho city will be made, so (hat
as many-nB possible illl be sold be-i
tore April 30. I
Ono of the pooths which will bo tho
means or extracting tne oiusivu tiouar
from (ho pockofa df the pooplo will
ho tho souvenir booth. This will be
In charge of Miss Aunlo Ward
Ex-Quccn I.llluokitlanl has graclolH
ly consented to take an active part In
making tlm May Day Kostlvul-u suc
cess. This distinguished patroness
will sign ribbons as souvenirs. This
la not the first time that Queen I.II1
tioknlanl has aided undertakings of a
similar nature nnd it Is safe to say
that the guests twill avail themselves
of this opportunity to purchase a sou
venir from tho gifted pen of thlBipub
He spirited woman.
The' art booth, In charge of Mrs. n.
A. Jones, will be another of 'the pop
ular booths. Here will U1a choice
selection 'of tome of tho art treasures
of tho city. This will bo on the lanal
of Mrs, Constable's residence.
The grounds will be open to tho
public from 2 o'clock In tho afternoon
of April 30 until R p. m. 'An ndmls
filon to the grounds will ho charged
to defray tho expenses Incurred In
erecting booths and other necessary
Thu principal committees which will
have charge of tlm various booths are
as follows: Grounds Hun. A. 'S.
Cleghorn Mrs, K. A. Mott-Hinlth, 3tr.
J. W, Ollmoro; Finance Mrs. A.
Gartlcy, Mrs. J. n. dolt Miss A. Mc
Intyro; Ilooths Mrs. B. A. P. New
comb, Mrs., II. IV Dillingham; Fntcr
tnlnincntH Mrs. H, lllcknell, Mrs. A.
B. Tucker, Mr. A. II, Hitchcock; Pub
licity Mr. Charles Frailer, Mrs. Mnr
shall, Mrs. Hcndrlck; Ice Cream
Mlh8 Ntiwcomb. oHslsted by Mrs. Cor
win P. Hces, Mrs. Du nol. Miss Vir
ginia Frear and Master Nowton Peclt
will tempt tho patrons of tho fete with
Ice a earn served in cornucopias. They
will ho assisted by Miss I.aura,Atlior-,
ton, MIbk Until Ulchnrds 'Miss Char
lotte Hall; Art Museum Mm. B. A.
Jones; Flower Irooth Mrs. A. J. Gig
npux, Mrs. Alexander Lindsay. Miss
Vera Damon; Lemonade Mrs. C.
Hooth; Tea and Coffee Mrs. Con
stnblo; 'Candy Mrs. Arthur Wall,
Mrs. J. A.'ailman, MrB. J. P. Cooke.
In addition there will bo several
other booths presided over by the fol
lowing: Mrs. A. Henneberg, Miss
Grace Robertson, A. It. Gurrcy, Jr.,
Mrs, C. H. Atherton.
Tho Jury, In tho case of Tom Qulrfn,
charged with 'reckless driving of nn
auto along King sheet. In which It
was claimed that ho hit the machine
of Davis, forcing the latter through
the plate glass window or Levy's grocer)-'
sfore. settled the cuso by bringing
In n vordlct of, guilty.
The testimony on both sides l(as
boon confiadfclory to a high degree.
It was simply a cuso or "1 say joit
did, ond "I suy I didn't."
From tho (.losing of the easo tho
Jury was out till ten minutes past six
before it reuchod a verdict.
Mlkl. backer and mentor of Tsuka-
moto, the Ililo champion distance
runner, has dl:overqn a wnnaeruu
Mnrnllion riinnor nt Hononiu plnntn-
tlon. Hawaii, und In a Bhort tltno the
now man may come to Honolulu. He
innv inmmlo ltl the llfleHU-mllo rOCO
Ithnt JncttRou Is getting up. and ho
1 would UO uii'tttiueu aiirociiuu.
'Whcn'Doctors Say that Nothing But
Change of Climate Will Help.
Renew th Blood Supply by tho Tonic
Treatment inJ St U You Ar
Nol Saved Mony,Tim and
li you arp Miflrriiig from a run-down
condition wl'Mi ordinary remedies win
til liap no ellrrt nnd jour frlendi and
Klinin im frconiinendiiig a changed
air or rllinate, It It worth while to con
still r trltnf tfic Ionic trentinent with Dr.
Wllllaiiu' 1'lnU 'U before XaUiij; their
Mm, Wllllim I'aKemnii wboiMreM.
I Hot M, 11. l'l 1). 'o. 4, SnulioinWi,
Wn1t. falkil luroitaiil lirr strength until
slie trieil IIiIk tmie trestiurnt with Dr.
Williams' l'ink 1'dN. Hbc sajs:
"When 1 nan fifteen jearxolil 1 hail an
attack of the mealn and vvai sick for
over n jear. I a Very weak nml loubl
hot yrt tny ftn'iigtli back, I wm so
short of breath th it I couldn't walk any
dinLiiice st all without fainting, t had
awful he.iilaibei a greater part of the
time. I Win nervous alnl run driwn in
llenh nud strensttli. 1 nenils, wno saw
me. tlioiight T would never git well.
''I wai living at Kvcnlt and wai
trcateit by two dm tow but they didn't do
nut a li't of gixxl. I vva under their
ram for nlout six months and vv at getting
worm all ( the time. Finally I bad to
reinnln in bed and the doctor said that
nothing but a rhangu of climate would
Iwlp'lni'. Alter lieiug crtnttiiiil to liel
tor a inonili.iny inouier urciuni in iinr
luo Dr. WllllamV Pink Pillt. I nx-civeil
great belp from n few Imxi-s and grew
droiiRiT and felt U'tter In every way. I
took the pllN rvgiilnrly for rmito u while
ami was ouipb tely i uitsl."
Wbeni'Ver a tunic li neetlel, Dr. WIN
Hani'"' Pink 1'ilN flioul.l ghvn an iin
nieilinle trial. They ipiitkly enrlih the
ldoo.1 and glvv strength and health to
every part of the liody. l'nr'thls rca.on
they liaveriinil anienila, cblorotl, rheu
matism, lumbago, general ililiillty and
the auVr-dltiH of the grip ami fevers.
Our bookh-t, "Dii-roiitof the lllood,"
will iK'H'iit fm llKln tho mpieiit of any
stiHVrer fwui Impitru or luinnveri'licil
Dr. Willlauiv' Pink Pills are sold by all
driiggi"!, fir will J' sent, 1xitiald, on
n-ciipt of priif, 6) o-nts tier lx! six
Unix for $'-.y,-by Uiu Dr. Williams
Mollclue Company, ttchculttady, N. Y.
MIbs Maheltc lllggart, known
throughout the Stutes lis the "Sun
shine Preacher," has been in Hawaii
for some time, visiting the different
Islnuds of tho group, gathering ma
terial for a book on Hawaii,
II Wa lllggart works on her book as
she goes along, and at present has
considerable manuscript ready to be
The following Is the Introduction
of the sonu-to-be-publlshcd volume:
By Mabelle BiBgart.
(From the Historic 'Itesumc. From
, In this jear of 1910, rctrwpectlvo
is nut the theme of today; hut ho
who would understand tho peoples
of the Hawaiian Islands will do woll
to dolvo into tholr past. In somo re-
Bpects tlioro Is no history of the
world more Interesting, moro fasci
nating. One hundred jenrs br less of
A rise from Idolatrous nnd crude
customs to Christian' civilization.
Tho Islands they Inhabit having
great natural beauty.
Hero nro gardens of fruit from
romo native trees which have alwas
existed, und from many trees which
have been planted and grown with
Hero is a luxuriant und magnlfl
cent foliage, and grandeur of ar
The li.dustry of the educator and
the missionary hero has been felt
ftom the reign of Llhollho, In 1819
Here the planter has tolled and
eo perfected tho Industry of sugar
cane that tano sugar has reached a
perfection from growth nnd mnnu
fucture which many claim Is uneur
A century of light full and over
Mowing has como from the devoted
missionary to the receptive and ami
ulilo peoplo who first Inhabited theso
Truly, llko a benediction over all
hangs the light of Christian teach
Hero we have n changing rare to
be found again and again In tho
amalgamation with Amorlcuns, Ku-
tnpeans und Asiatics types so tiU'
merous as to give rise to nplctorlal
hlslory lis Interesting as in any part
of the world today.
People occupying theso Islands In
the mid-Pacific who have rare tjpes
of Interest und achievements.
And who were and ure tho people
so highly fuvorod by so beautiful a
country, a climate unsurpassed und
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Children.
Iho Kind YouHavB Always .Bought
WAN T S I
mm - -
Everyone to know that the Wal
pahu Kxchauge, at Walpahu,
serves the best of liquor refresh
inents at Honolulu prices. Whe,
motoring to Haletwa, vary th
monotony by calling on us; It'n
only a ten-mluute run from the
main road, 4583-lm
Stenographer Permanent position
lleglnncr with thorough knowl
edge of shorthand and typewrit
ing might be accepted. Address,
stating qualifications and salary
expected, "803," Ilulletln office.
An all-round printer or compositor
wanted for a small, beginning
printing office. State lowest pos
sible salary, and address "Print
er," Ilulletln office. 4693-tl
Kvcrjbody to use the Inrge nickel
pad for schoot and figuring use,
Two hundred sheets of good paper
for live cents, at this office. tt
One steamer trunk; one large trunk.
Must be In good condition. Ad
dress "X. X.", this office.
Two or three furnished rooms for
Housekeeping, close in town. Ad
dress "II,". Ilulletln etnec. tr
A Scotch bagpipe plaver with cos
tume. Address "A. (!.", IIox 21
Clean wiping rags at tho Ilulletln
Japanese Cooking School. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M
Matrle, 14C7 Auld Lane. Tel. 1GC4
A Uoston hull pup, from U.' Ke
wulo street. Reward paid It re
turned to the ahovo address or to
Dr. M. K. Grossman's office, Ala
Phone C and ask for Car No. 482
Fred Noycs' now 1910 7-passenger
Klsel Kar. Always ready.
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
phone 199. Young Hotel Stand;
Chas. Reynolds. 4540-tt
MRS. HODGSON, Expert Teacher of
Piano. Twcnty-tive years' experi
ence. Itapld progress; thorough
training; perfect touch, time, fin
gering and expression. 23G King
streetcottage in rear, opposlto
Hawaiian Electric, Interviews 2
to 6, Saturdays excepted.
SYDNEY F. HBEN (Konlglichei
Conservatorlum der Muslk, Lelp
slg) Piano (Technique and Vor
trag), Singing and Voire Produc
tion. 1G9 Ueretanla. Phono 33.
iW. Karl Vincent
Prof, of Music Lessons In Singing,
Flanoforte, Pipe Organ, etc. Stu
dio, Kaplolant llldg.; room 17.
lies., 1631 Nuuanu Ave.; phone
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
'Comer Union und Beretania fti.
Home Conanlting, 2-3 p. m. Sat
urdays 'excepted. Operating, 8-19
a. m., 3-6 p. m.
S. E. LUCAS,
Maionlo Building, corner" Hotel and
The best lentei in town to"-fit
A. R. ROWAT. D. V. S.
HOURS Club Stahlet ; 10 a. m.
to 12 m.; 3 to. S p. m. Residence;
8 to 10 a. m.: 1 to 3 p. m.
'PHONES Club Stablei, 109; Bet
M. E. Silva.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and -Polite -Attention
CHAPLAIN XANE, OPPOSITE
, CATHOLIC SISTERS
Phone 170 t , -Night Call 1014
Come and learn particular! at
,T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania St.. Pun, Sacht'
Inter-Inland nnd O, II & L shipping
Lbpyks for sale at , tho J) it 1 1 o 1 1 u
oiiico, coc each. ' ,
Six-room furnished house; nioc'cm
In every respect; ICO per month.
Ueretanla street, near Punnhou.
"K. K.", this office. 4S72-.
Jcach cottage at Diamond ilvad.
Address "N.", Ilulletln office.
Two lurnlihed rooms. Appiy Mr
U. McConnel). 128 Emma Ht.
Furnished room nnd board; 1712 H.
King street. 4isa-tt
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without board. JGJf
Nuuunu Ave, near School St
Prices moderate. 4460-tf
The Tranto envelope a tlmo-savlng
Invention, Nn addressing neces
sary In tending out bills or re
ceipts. Ilulletln Publishing Co.,
sole agonts for patentee. tr
Neatly furnished rooms nnd hoard,
1550 Kmma street, opposlto Ilojal
School. Mrs,. Annie Gabe, prop.
Gasoline launch, two outrigger ca
noes and flih nets for stile cheap.
Address V. Johnson, Hououllull.
Good Irish setter puppies. See J.
W. Harvey, E. 0. Hnll & Son, Ltd.
Diamonds and Jewelry bought, sold
and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort St.
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping book, at Ilulletln office, tr
New automatic Singer for sale; cheap.
"A. IL", Bulletin office. 4592-tf
Men's clothing on credit. $1 a week;
uit given al once. Levy Outfit
ting .Co., Sachs bldg., Fort St.
City Cjothes Cleaning Co., No. 4 Ma
sonic Temple, Alakea St. Clothw
called for and delivered.
Japaneie Employment 'Association,
Maunakea near Assl Theater. Calf
up phono G97 If jou want a cock,
good boy or servants.
It Bint; Kee-Plnmber and Tiniaaltk,
Bmlth St.. bet. Hotel and Fauahl.
In Our Cream
Special care to keen .
it cold and protect it
from contamination at- ,
inre ample keeping
qualities. . ,
THE POND DAIRY.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
The World'; Belt
1129 Fort St.
PINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Bine up 197.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Botlnett Sn.lU for $21.
AND OTHER TIANOS
Tlinyor Piano Co.
ISO dlotel St. Phone 213.