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RVJ3NIN0 mtt.T.KTIN, HONOMJMI. T. It.. TIHTtsnAY, AP1V 28. 1010.
Saturday Evening Bulletin
and 'Star; also Sunday Morning's.
Advertiser For Very
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS
. Oooositc Fire Station
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
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is the most delicious, nourishing food-drink known for
the anaimic, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. So easily
and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest
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It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. Anourishing drink is
prepared in a moment by stirring Vigorously in water, hot
or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and
nursing mothers. Endorsed by physicians everywhere.
Samples frie to PhyilcUni and Dniffhti.
At all Druggists. t
HOBLICK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Raolm, Wit., U. S. A.
SERVE APPLE PIE AND ICE CREAM FOR DESSERT
AND YOU, WILL HAVE SOMETHING GOOD.
THE PiULM CAFE ,
WILL SUPPLY YOU. HOTEL' STREET, NEAR UNION.
s Our, Window Display will Interest
DUNN'S HAT SHOP,
vCor. Fort and Berctania Sts.
STOCK FOR THE
New Hat Store
ARRIVED BY THE
PTORE OPENS SATURDAY
Call and see the immense stock
Roman & Freitas Hat Co.
' Fori St., opp. Club Stables
BAN KltANCIbCO, Apr. 27. As n result of a recent police rnlil on
a Snusnllto poolroom, n scandal In the police circles of this city appears
to be developing, involving Commissioner Planner)', placed by Mayor
-McCarthy nt the head of the police commission as Its president. The
charge 'Involves that of n promised protection for wiretappers on the
part of tho police. The. Investigation Is taking place nt Ban Rafael, nml
the testimony Is of such n nature that Mayor McCarthy has made n hur
ried rclurn to this city to bonsult Flnnnury,
Today ho called at the home of the police commissioner, but was
denied admission, Klannery being seriously 111.
A dispatch from San Itafnel today states that one Joseph Abbott,
who bad been caught In the Sausatlto poolroom raid, testified before tho.
Grand Jury that he had been promised all the protection ho and the
other wiretappers required, the promise being given In person by tho
cnairman ot me ponce commission or San Francisco.
DR. HYDE IS IN CUSTODY.
. , KANSAS CITY, Apr. 27. Testimony heard today In the case '
against, Dr.- 11. Clark Hyde, charged with the murder of Col. Thomas
II. Swope, resulted In the revocation nt the $100,000 bond under which,
up until today, tho. accused was allowed to be at large. Ha Is now de
tained In custody. The principal witness today was the wife of the
supposedly murdered man, who grew hysterical while on the eland and
made some damnglng points against the prisoner. Other witnesses ten.
tided that Dr. Hyde had purcbusod cyanide of potassium and had se
cured the germs of typhoid, avowedly for the purposes of tests.
PAULHAN WINS F1YINO RACE.
LONDON, Apr. 27. I'aulhnn, the French aviator, defeated White
and, arnham In a sensational raco today for the prize of $50,000 offer
ed by Lord Northcllrfe for the' winner In a flight from London to Man
chester with not mnro than two "stops on tho way. I'nulhan made only
one stop on tho entire flight of one' hundred and slxty-llvo miles, which
he covered in less tnuti five hours.
The race and finish were tho most sensational In the history o
aeronautics, and the result of the speed tests has created Intense ex
ELEPHANTS TERRORIZE CITY.
DANVILLE, 111., Apr. 27. Thore was wild commotion In, this city
todny, wlfen nlno elephants belonging yto a circus broke looso alitt ran
amuck through tho city, llefore tno circus attendants could recapture
any of them the great beasts had broken their way Into many gardens,
tearing dqwo. fences and destroying the smaller buildings, doing dam
age that totals in all $10,000. Several persons were Injured In trying
to escape from tho charges of the beasts. Tonight there Is one ele
phant still at large.
KERMIT ROOSEVELT AND SISTER Pitt. .
I'AUIS, Apr. 27. Theodore Hoosevelt brought big Paris visit to a
elosq tonight by attending an official dinner given III his honor at thn
residence of the Minister ot Foreign Affairs. This' aftcrnoon he was
present nt the maneuvers of the troops In garrison 'In and about the
Miss Kthel and Kermlt Roosevelt had nn experience In the ntr to
ddy, each making a short flight as passengers on the' car ot do Lambert,
GENERAL MILLS IS INJURED.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. 27. Genera! Nelson A. Miles was se
riously Injured here, today as the result of a rldlng'-acrldent.' While1 out'
on horseback his mount threw him, the veteran being Vendered uncon
scious by the fall. When he was picked up It was foumj that he had
received a number pt injuries, serious In -a man of his age. A broken
rib and a nasty scalp wound are the worst of these.
SPRECKELS AND MATS0N WILL TESTIFY.
SAN FRANCISCO, Apr. 27. A. II. .Sprcckels, president qf the Oce
anic Steamship Company, and Captain W. Matron, president of 4he Mut
ton Navigation Company, operating lines'between Hawaiian and Coast
ports, have been summoned, to appear licforu tho Federal Grand Jury nt
Washington to testify in the Investigation being made Into the affairs of
tho sugar trust.
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BRYAN'S DAUGHTER TO MARRY AGAIN. . .
LONDON, Apr. 27. Lieut. Reg nald Owen of the Royal Engineers,
wm Is stationed at Jamaica, Is to m arry Mrs. Ruth llryan Lenvltt,
daughter ot William Jennings I try a n, tho report of tho engagement hav
ing been unnounced here today. 'q wedding Is to take place In Lin
coln, Neb,, next week, Lieutenant J wen being now on his way to claim
PRINCE IN SEATTLE.
BKATTLK, Wash., Apr. 27. Ir Into
the Orient today en route to London.
Yokugawa arrived hero
LANOFORD BEAT XETCHEL. '
riULADii'LIA, Apr. 27, Langford had the advantage of Kotchel
in tneir go here lonignt. ,
a A II S JS KiHK HH!
"THE MAN OF THE HOUR."
Tonight tho Henry McRao Co. will
offer that welt known story ot flnanco
and olltlcs, "The Man of tho Hour."
a play thut has been produced by all
of tho Important stock companies
throughout tho United States '.with
great success. Mr, McRao and his
Company met with such good success
with "Tho Lion nud Tho' Mouso." und
"Paid In Full," that he concluded to
give his' patrons auotber play on tho
same high class order and "Tho Man
ot tho Hour" was chosen.
The 'Btory of tho play deals with
high flnanco and graft among city olfl
clals of greater New York and tells a
story true In every particular. A pret
ty love story runs throughout tho play.
making It all tho moro intorostlng.
Next week Mr, McRao has picked
two plays that aro sure to meet with
tho approval of his many patrons on
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
"Tho House of a Thousand Candlos"
will, bo tho offurlng, a play that Is now
running In New York. This pluy Is n
dramatization of tho book of the satin
nanio and very popular, On Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, with a mutlnee,
he will present that famous story ot
Alaska from the pen of that very pop
ular author, Rox Roach. "Tho Spoil
ers." This play s perhaps tho b'est
that Mr, Reach has written and the
production will bo complete-.
Leonard Rowa of tho team of Mayo
and Itowo, In a screaming sketch eti'
titled "The Merry Widows" nt tho Nov-
tlty this week Is n happy foil for his
talented team mato, Rose Mayo, who
has Rained fame In many pretentious
productions on tho American stage,
Rowo's work As u couledlun is ot tho
i w f9 srt that shows class and Is a cracker
juck uuuiuuii iu ino uui. iiio lenni is
capable of almost anything tn,tho com
edy sketch lino In vaudovlllo and Is
one ot tbo successes ot tho week at
tho Novelty, In addition to tho work
of this team the Earlo Sisters do their
part toward entertaining tho mull
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, Again We Offer
"The Spoilers" will be seon nt tho
Opera Houbo nuxt Th ivudny evening,
and Is said to bo a real dramatic trc.it.
It tells a Btory of hearty good fellow
ship, hard knocks, that go to mako
l!fn real Jn Alaska. Rex Reach,' that
popular author, Jumped Immediately
in tho limelight of Mttccess when h
wroto "Tho Spoilers," Mr, Henry Mc-
Rao will give tho play an excellent
Mdme., Carrcno will arrlvo In Hono
lulu tomorrow on tho Maramn, and
music lovers hero will at last huvo
tho eagorly awaited opportunity of
hearing the world famous llanlsto.
Tho recital will bo either afternoon or
eventng, according to tho arrival of tho
Australian liner, and will bo held at
Slgnor Tagllapletra. Mndamo's pres
ent husband, Is travelling with her.
She, bus In tho past been married re
spectively to Kmlla Bauret, tho bril
liant violinist (now on tho bluff ot
tho Royal Academy, Imdon), mid En
gent D'Albort, tho groat pianist,
Mdi'uu. Cnrrcro has nu ouormoui
ropcrtolro, but for her first concert sho
always remains faithful to Liszt'
sixth Rhapsody and Campnnclln Uuvt-,
horen'8 Sonata. Apuasslonata. Chopin's
jRutterlly Etude and Nocturu In I), Op.
oz, sciuimnniru vogei pis rropnet, aim
IVogrlch's Staccato Cnprico as an en
YOU'LL. find it a pleasure lo
do business here; not only
because ot what you buy,
but because ot the way. we sell it to
The illustration is ol one of the
suits; vc are selling for '
It is rich in simplicity and follows ,
the ideas of the high priced Eastern''1
tailors. We show them in extensive
Variety of the most pleasing patterns
your eyes ever beheld.
' The pri.cc.TWENTY DOLLARS.
WHEN the officials of the Collegeof Hawaii were look
ing for a, favorable location for their observatory
they wanted, property with a high elevation so
they could obtain the largest sweep of ocean view and
the purest atmosphere." After carefully considering
every section of the city, they decided upon a lot in the
New Ocean View District on account of its
perfect location,-free from mountain clouds, mist, and
dampness. The Comet is here according to schedule,
and during its stay we extend you an invitation to use
the pavilion and rest house we are building near the'
observatory. Come out and take a look at the Comet and
enioy the magnificent scenery and delightful climate of
The New Ocean View Tract
. An Ideal Place To Live
ARTESIAN WATER, HIGH ELEVATION, ELECTRIC LIGHTS,
DELIGHTFUL CLIMATE, PAVED STREETS, K0K0 .HEAD BREEZE.
SUFFICIENT RAINFALL, EXCELLENT SOIL, LEVEL PROPERTY,
COOL AND HEALTHFUL, O00D LOCATION, PURE ATMOSPHERE.
Take the Waialae car, and upon your arrival at Kaimukl call at our branch office, in charge
of Dr. Hutchinson, who will.be pleased to show, you the property and supply you with maps, liter
ature and all the information you may require. Our fixed prices are $500 for corner lots and $100
ior lnsioc iou; size, io n. xiau n., or u,zau sq, u. cacn, uur terms are au casn uov.ii aim $iu
per month on each lot. .Call up Telephone 059 and make an appointment with one of our represen
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
KINO AND FORTjjSTREETS
WAIALAE AND K0K0 HEAD AVENUE
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