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MME. CARRENO'S PIANO RECITAL
after K01110 weeks Ulncovcrcd licr In n I riint Circuit. Smith, Wnrron &
tnilRlliR Iuiiiko In thlg city. Up en-1 Udnriiwny for p nlnlllt-iippollce; J.
diuuiicd to mnku liur Join lilm I I.tRlitfout for ilcfrniinnt-iuipellnnt.
I!. .1. I.nril . tho City nnd County
of Honolulu ot nl. Apponl from Cir
cuit Jiulnc. Klit Circuit. Thomp
son, demons Wilder for plnlntlff
nppellnnt. lohn V. Cathrnrt nnd
Tied W. Mllorto:i for defendant!)-iippellees.
nraln, but she d.-cllued, r.Ipk tnut
they had hecii IprbII) dlvoitcd In
I The man then heeame verj unsry
lend I allied to have threatened to
kill the woman If she did not com
I ply Willi his wishes Tho woman
was t.il.en before the Attorncy-dcn-
oral of the Territory and on his "'l-;sTANCARD oUYS UP
vice Sim nciumpiiiieu i-.u.) v."""ij . eiinfiTITUTE FOR OIL
Altornp) Mllvcrton to tho pollro Mil- . SUBSTITUTE FOR OIL
tlon, where a warrant was sworn out , .. . v
.. ....1,11 u I Japaneo Inventor Alter Five years
for tho mrest of Nlcolskl Secrc- f ,. .... ... .
tary of tho Territory Mott Smith,
alcn went to tho pollro station with
imp ttnllv. mill ns smlli ns 1110 war-l ... .... . t, , l...i. 11 rrim
' ; tlUIUIMA, ii v ''" ' '""i
rant was sworn , to n pullco otnir-r fiu,alncr pmiric nrrUtil today from
was tent 011. to nnd .-McoisKi. ,M, oilwit after a rough pnwiiKt',
' Some trouble Is anticipated In) tth jjir, ()nH f mineral c-irRO and a
MUiliiK me man, urn 1110 niri-xi 11 (,,w t,asBi nq'-rs
Experimenting Hits on the 3c.
exuoett d ti) be made within 11 few
RESIGNATION IS NOT IN YET.
(Continued from Pasf I.)
uirMnjT for Iho United Htntes ro.
cinmeul nl' his life."
As In whether the report Unit ho
would icsIkii In Iho near future had
iin foundation, Mr Itawllns declin
ed to cither anirni or doii) the re
port, heliiR lt'lli en t on tho subjcLt.
Tho reiltal to be Klcn bj Mine.
Tcieia Carienu will rommomo nt
b':30 thU cM'nliiR, tho cctit UkliiR
place nt the Donliie.
tl In) dlxlliiKilMird art 1Mb nrrlod
a afternoon by fno Cauadl.iu Aus
trullan liner Mnrnma. As the r
Kel will remain nt tho port until
noon tonioriow, tho uiiialclnni Dul
ly inntciitci (o rei Jer tho fo'lowliiB
I- honat.i Appisslonntu. op. 57..
MUItDEJt AND IS JAILED
(Continued from 1'agc 1.)
ItiiKiln wltli the mid lot of Imnil
ifnuilH Mie uiir Hi hopes of ncr
i.cfliir her IiiihIiiIuI nsnln Nlrol
AI'p'jio And.imo ton molo
Alhsro 111.1 lion tmppu I're3ti).
2 ( 1) N'ltlliinc, up. t!2.
I In Ctudr in ('. Hat.
Id l'liloiinlxp, A Hat, up. '?,.
J lal llan.irolle.
(ei Pluilo do Concert.
I- (a) l.omre tie Victims No. 0 .
O. I. ..!.. I In.,
,, ; ; ; ' D""""-" " - plalnlllt-nppelleo; Cnatlo & Wlthlne-
lliiiinailil) nhapol) Mszt ' . ,',,, ',. 1,nll,lT
WI" Viuiicl (Jarcln, by his next friend
1 1.1. linuiwr, u"l wind of where Ills' Antonio Citrela, . Kchahn SiiRar
wife hal rone to. and ho nt onro Co. Hxcpptlons from Circuit Court,
Jollied a latei h.ilrh of Immigrants I Ifth Circuit T M Harrison for
who left Siberia for Hawaii plaintiff appellant- Hmlth, Warren A:
I pon nrilv.il hero the man began llcmcnwny for (letcnilant appellee
a nirih for the woman fnmi whom Miihpi BUIIpC William Char-
be win k pirated lu Mniiihurla, and man. Exceptions from Circuit Court
SUPREME COURT CAL
The following Is n list of Iho cases
which are now on tho iiilendnr of
tho Kiiiiiemo Court for Its May so
rtun, which convenes next Monda)
iiioiuIiir at 10 o'clock:
l.olka 1 tun vs I'alolo Land & Im
provement Co. Exceptions from Clr-
'uilt Court, 1 1 tbI Circuit. Kinney,
llallou. 1'rosscr & Anderson for
I Kims HoiiRkotiK omtlal InnRinan,
mid his wife wpip tho only ones In tho.
Ilret cabin T.'iiis haiiRPd four while
nun 11111I two Chinese durltiR his term
of oiriep Ret ln tint II2.M for each
man. Ills biiRRaRe inciiuioa me rope
iistd In his list execution. Ills last
victim was an American haiiRPd the
Hip murder of a nnmnn from Mnlilla,
whosn 1 10.I lip bid In n trunk and
pl.ici'il 011 bo.ud a sloamcr.
The passiKe was marked by ex
tremely rotiRh wp.ilher, 0110 hen spa
dlstodRliiR nu ash iliuta which dented
the wholhoiHO and a floor of the boat
.lapniipfc newspipern nt Osaka, ro-
rilieil by the t-merlc publish a story
thai It. Naltah.ira, a dpnler In veget
able oils, has Invented n siihstltiito
for petrolpiim nnd sold nil rlRhts In
his Invention to tho Standard Oil Com
pany. Ho Ik said lo have commenced
experimenting seven team ago, and to
havo met with iiiecess flvo jenrs later,
Tho Standaid Oil officials Invited him
to demonstrate the artificial oil, and
Invo made an agreement with him
for nsslRiiment of his rights In tho In
vention, pmiioslng to erect n big fac
lory near Ktikuokl
Kiom Kiioshlma the Suvcrlc brought
lions of the drowning of 13 stiidenti,
whose ho-it was capslred by heavy
seas when returning from an outing
The ill owned stuletitH were mostly
Mins of naval officers Onn of Iho
BlildentB' rearheif tho beach, belnn
HEARING FOR WIFE
Next. Wednesday Set As
Time For Mrs. Grace's
Next Wednesday at 2 o'clock In
tho afternoon the hearing of Mrs.
Anderson Ornie, chnrgcil with com-'
pllclty In tho murder of Mnliu, will
he held beforo United States Com
missioner J mid.
Mrs. Clrnce appeared nt tho olllco
ot tho United States Marshal this
morning, being brought from tho po
lite station, where the has been con
On iicioitnt of Iho Illness ot Mr.
Ilrcikons, 1.0 healing was held tills
morning, and tho voman was taken
La W to her temporary home.
As tho Orand Jury rocb Into ses
sion nR.iln on Monday, It Is probahlo
that nn Indictment will ho found
against Mrs. (Jrnio by that body, In
which case tho hearing of Iho
ilinrgcs mlRht bo on Tuesday.
It will be remembered that, ac
cording In tho umfessloii of tho mur
derer, his wlfo registered for him on
tho rounds mi nlRht watchman dur
ing tho night of the murder, and It
Is on this account that she Ii charged
with complicity In tho crime.
WH1TNEV& MARSH, ltd.
On MONDAY NEXT
ConductorN (collecting fare) This
Is a linil dime, Blr. Passenger (cool
ly) Is that so? Never mind tho
change, then. lloston TrniiBcrlpt.
No one can piophcsy to what
depths of degradation tho dollar may
ultimately sink. It loiks like 30
iciitH now -St l.ouls PoU-Dlspatch
. mm m
There nip blind stenographers
ti :: :: :: tt n t: u u :: u u tt it u a
found clinging to an oar by n flMier
man but ho died on the sand after be
We will place on .
our Entire Stock of
. consisting of
Lingeries, reduced to $3.50
Coat Suits, ' $3.00
3-Piece SuitsL $7.50
Some of the above bargains are
now on display in our windows
EEP1NG REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEARJMENTS - GOODS MUST BE SOLD
1 All sizes; formerly 25c, now 3 for UUC
Eioltcn lines; formerly 25c. each, re- OQn
Extra Quality Balbriggan Undershirts
Long and short sleeves; formerl" AC)r
Elastic Seam Underdrawers
Excellent qualities; formerly 50c. a QC
pair, reduced to cjcu
Sweater Covats, oSccdt :!!0...f.0c.r!! $1
Fancy Pattern Socks
' Ml patterns and colois; formerly 35c
50c, now u
All patterns ami shades; formcrly.t1 C(
$1.25 to $2 each, now , pj-.vvy
Boys' All-Wool Suits,
All patterns and colors; formerly $3 $2.50
to f W new t.ti
' Men's Straw Hals,
All btc shapes; fornieilv $.50 to (D"l flf)
$2.50, now .'. , fJ-v'ui
White Duck Pants
All ii7cs nnd styles; formerly $1,50 (ti OC
to $2, now ; '
Fancy Colored Vests
All late shades and nits; fonncily tO'DO
$2.50 nnd $3.50,'now pi,JJ
Nobby Styles In Men's Suits
rormerly ?0 to $12, reduced to . . pO'0
Eeducedt0 $2 and $2:50
Ladies' White Lawn Waists
All sizes; prices from 50c to $4.50
LnrHpcj' Npf Wai?t?'In Ecru- white Blnck and Cream;
JjdUlCb nm VVcUblb all reduced 25 per cent.; prices from
$2.65 to $5.50
Ladies' Ribbed Vests
Slcveless and half-slcvclcss; reduced Q 1 Q q Q7 1 9
Ladies' Night Gowns
Low neck, thiee-quarter sleeves, high
neck and lonfr sleeves; prices nil cut CHo -w C9 CCi
down, ranging from OUC 10 tp.UU
TlaC1Pc:, Ppftipnntcj Embroidery. lace and Tucked; re-
uawica jreiucucUb, duccd pricej from
65c to $4.00
New Patterns in Wash Batiste,
Reduced to 10 1 9p
Wasliable RaVe In Dot antl Floral Designs; reduced
Bermuda Cloth.iSr-ir'Sffi!!:. .pl.n.i,:
Washable Pongee, &'J$i1T..1!r.
Persian Lawn, St5,nS!lced,dto .co!ora,.: .fi".e..!"d 20c
Tan button Bals; reduced to tpZ.Cb
, , Tan laco Bals; tcduccd to pZ.0
$3-50 Men's Canvass Oxfords,
Leather he:Is j)2.50
$3.50 Men's Canvass Balmorals, .
Only a few sizes JpZ.UU
i Beaded 3-strap Slippers; on sale at... P.Oj
Patent Leather Slippers; French heel P ' J
$4.00 "porosis" ?PStB:!:.m!'i!ad!n.$2.90
Also a few Odds and Ends of UXIOrClS, - $1.0Q
$1.50 Youths' Black Calf
Lace School Shoes, - - $1.00
100 Doz. Part Linen Towels
To be closed out at . . . .-. j1.00
A full and complete line of Bed Quilts
To be closed out at the following t?1 4- CM
Our Millinery Department is full of bar
gains: Call and inspect them.
err & Co., Ltd.,
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