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EVENING niJLMSTIN, HONOLULU. T ., WEDNESDAY, APn. 27, 1910
Saturday Evening Bulletin
and Star; also Sunday Morning's
' . Advertiser For Very ,
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS
Opposite Fire Station
TAKE SOME POWER
WASIIINOTON, D. C, Apr. 2(5. The Home today removed from the
President to the United States Supreme Court the nnuinrlty to orgnnlzu
tc Court of Commerce. Provision for thin court Is made In the railroad
bill, ii ml as nrlglnnlly (rained the power to appoint the members of the,
court wns lott In the hands of the nation's chief executive.
The result ot the vote Is looked upon ns h distinct defeat of tho.
President and the administration, nnd that tlio Insurgent Republicans
shuulil flatly desert to the Democrats has caused much comment.
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TURKS AND ALBANIANS FIGHT.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Apr. 20. Klerco battles between Turkish and
Albanian troops nro reported from Albania. Dispatches tell of heavy
losses In dead nnd wounded pn both sides.
OAKLAND, Apr. 20. Austin Shannon, win of
committed suicldo hero today.
the State printer.
BJ0RNS0N IS DEAD.
PAItlS, Apr. 20.-
lljorilstjcrno DJoniflon died hero tonight.
SERVE APPLE PIE AND ICE CREAM FOR DESSERT
AND YOU WILL HAVE SOMETHING GOOD.
THE PALM CAFE,
WILL SUPPLY YOU. HOTEL STREET, NEAR UNION.
BEST SEEN HERE
Local Talent, Assisted by Profcs-,
sionais, waxes a success oi
NOW ON '
, . .Our Window Display wilHnterest
DUNNS HAT SHOP,
Cor. Port and Beretania Sts.
Whether thcro are any nioro con
fessions In Pittsburg depends on
whether the bankers or thn District
Attorney can offer the best guarantee
It. rccnjH peculiarly llttlng In tills
day and generation Dint the Philip
pine 'churches should linvu mirrender
cd Ihelr lands to tho Sugar Trust.
An Indiana farmer took a tro
ponin! hog to market In nn automo
bile, nnd nt the price he got for the
porker he doubtlcsx counted It a Joy
ride. St. I.ouls Post-Dlsputrh.
That llellevllle bank janltress who
Ret nwny with $2350 should ha'vo been
promoted long ago. Financial genius
Tho show nt the Kmplro Inst
nlglit under Hie auspices of tho lln
wall Yacht Club, for the purpose of
raising funds to lit out the yacht Ia
wull for the across-ocean tacc, wait
n success from start to finish, and If
tho iViicht Hawaii can do as well to
ward 'winning out nn the show did,
nil will bo tovcly. l
The house was filled to tho doors,
nnd It seemed that cverybo'dy enjoy
ed tno treat tofho fullest. i
The appearand) (if Charles Itoyal
and other noted entertainers certain
ly made tho bIiow the success that
It was, and tho fact Is mado mani
fest that thcro la any amount ot
..omo tnlcnt In this city.
The numbers were nil good. Miss
Center opened tho program with n
very 'pretty Spanish dance. Mr. Mul
ler gave a characteristic song which
wns a novelty. Mrs. Norton Hobo's
excellent vol.o was henrd in two
songs. MIb l.liideinnn sang two se
lections fioni "The Merry Widow,1,
nnd in response to nn Imperative en
voro rendered Mrs.. Carrie Jacobs
llond's "I Uive You Truly;" Miss
Lindemau In all her selections shows
a most carefully trained voice and
rocnl nbllltles that place, her in the
front .rank In her profession. I
Philip Hall rang several Irish
sougB, which were well received and
showed to advnntngu his fine tenor
Miss .Marie Kenny nnd Clarenca
Waterman delighted their audience
with a very clever sketch, which wns
William Korr'a song, "That's Mo,"
was n very difficult ragtime, and he
acquitted hlmvett admirably.
Miss Helen Wood I.athrop's num
ber received an enthusiastic encora.
Tho gem of tho ovenlng was tho
specialty given by Lenin Harvey
Kliler and Charles B. Iloyal of tho
Mcllan Stock Company, over which
the house went wild.
Thn nrtlstB were ably assisted by
Mrs. T. J. Ltndeman, Mlsg Alice
Drown, MIps Ada Ithodcs, Mlsa Alice
Wi'ckstrum nnd Miss Pearl Little
John. Dr. Carl ltnmus, with his 'cello
obllgatos, was of great asslstnnco to
Tho Quaker City Quartet conclud
ed tho program with two clover
Tho performance will net n ncnt
little sum toward tho expenses ot
tho coming trans-Pacific yacht race.
Tho production was under tho di
rection of James D. Dougherty, to
whom much credit must bo given.
DECREE IS GRANTED
Judgo Hoblnrou this morning
signed tho decreo of dlvorro of Chlkn
Mutsukn from Sannlchl Matsttka,
both residents of Honolulu, on n
complaint brought by tho wife
against tho husband fot non-sup
In June, 1904, Chlkn nnd Snnn-
Iclil were united In marriage In the
far-away land of the Rising Sun, In
the Interior town of Illroshlnm-kon,
afterwards coming to Honolulu,
where they have lived for several
Chlkn, In her idea for divorce,
states that for niore than three years
past she hus' find' no support from
her husband., nnd the evidence In the
case bearing nut Ihls statement, tho
decree was signed today.
Fashionable Women Agree
that no other ready-to-wear thocs possess the dainU'ness and charm of Women's
Regal Shoes. The best-dressed women in New York, Chicago, San Francisco and
other fashion centres are wearing tho amc Regal styles wc have here for your selection.
are celebrated for dieir cuitom style and quality. The new
Regal styles are exact reproductions of expeniive cuitom modeli,
andthey have the distinctive cuitom smartness which every
fashionable woman desires in her footwear.
Wc give you an exact fit in Regal Shoes, because they
Poor little fellow ! He coughs
so hard ho cannot sleep. That
makes him weak and sickly all the
noxt day. Ills brother thinks this
coughing is terrible. So do we, for
we know that just a few doses of
will stop tho cough. Forslxtyyears
it has been the standard remedy
with mon, women, and children for
colds, coughs, and all throat'and
lung diseases. It contains no nar
cotic orpoison of any kind. Bo sure
that you get Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral. Accept no cheap and worth
f pi'ri l Dr. J. C.KC..lmtt, Hut,, U. t. A.
are made in quarter-!zcs just double the usual number of
shoe-htungs. II you want the very newest, smartest, abso
lutely correct styles in footwear, come to us for a pair of
' Women's Regals.
Regal Shoe Store,
King nnd Bethel
Tho Hawaii Troirtotlon Commit
tee has no connection or Interest of
any kind In the publication or Bale
of any Encyclopedia or Atlas ot
THE HAWAII NIC-MOTION COM
Uy WILL, J. COOl'KH.
4R04-1 1 , Acting Socretary.
Special Meeting of Stockholders of
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
Notlpn l hereby given that a spe
cial mrotlng of the stockholders of
Hawaiian Sugar Company will be
held on Friday, tho 6th day of May,
1910, at 2 o'clock p. m.. at tint of
flea of tho company, Stangeuwnld
buldlng, Honolulu, for tho purpose
of considering the purchns.o of an in
teret n the Knunl Fruit nnd l.unu
lly order of tho Presldont:' -TURA
MLMKIt B. I'aXTON,
Sceretnr,Mlnwnllnil Sugnr Com
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Again We Offer
YOU'LL find' it a pleasure to
do business here; not pnly
because ot what you buy,
but because ot the way we sell it to
The illustration is of one of the
suit wc arc selling for
It is rich in simplicity and follows
the ideas of the high priced Eastern ,
tailors. Wc shov' them in extensive '
variety of the mjost pleasing patterns.,
your eyes "ever beheld.
The. prices TWENTY DOLLARS.'
Ocean View District Sales: Unparalleled in the
history of our city. .Awakening of Greater
Honolulu, with Beautiful Kaimuki helping to
make 100,000 American population.
The Lest recommendation that can be given any property is the fact that it is selling, that the
people want it, and that thj very best people wantv it. Our sales in the New Ocean View District,
property during the past few months have exceeded $100,000. We have sold to home people, who
bought for home-building mirposcs after investigating all other sections of the city. We have sold
to wealthy tourists, who intend building summer and winter homes and share in our delightful cli
mate and premising future. Our sales and the class of people to whom we have sold are the best
evidence of our property's value,
The New Ocean View Tract
An Ideal Place To Live
ARTESIAN WATEn, HIGH ELEVATION, ELECTRIC LIMITS, ' V
DELIGHTFUL CLIMATE, PAVED' STREETS, K0K0 HEAD BREEZE. .
SUFFICIENT RAINFALL, EXCELLENT SOIL, LEVEL TROPERTY,
COOL AND HEALTHFUL, 000D LOCATION, PURE ATMOSPHERE.
We extend everyone an invitation to see our property and the extensive improvements wc are
making' for the development of a residential district that will be a credit, to any city, Take the Wai
alae car, and upon your arrival at Kaimuki call at our branch office in charge of Dr. Hutchinson,
who will be pleased to show you the property and supply you with' maps, literature and all the in
formation you may require. Our fixed prices are $500 for corner lots, and $400 for inside lots; size,
73 ft. x 150 ft., or 11,250 sq, ft, each. Our terms arc $50 cash down and $10.00 per month on
each lot. Call up telephone G50 and make an appointment with one of our representatives.
Kaimuki Land Co;, Ltd.
KING AND FORT STREETS
BRANCH OFFICE :-
WAIALAE AND KOKO HEAD AVENUE
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