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RvnNiNa nutxirriN, honomjmj. t. it,. wnnvrcsDAy, may 4. mio
VOTED FOR LORIMER
FOR SUM $1.
NEW SHIPMENT OF
NOTHING BETTER MADE
Plain Black, in regular and out sizes. Black, lace
Ankle; Black, all lace; Cotton, Lisle and Silk.
TAN HOSIERY Plain, Lace Ankle and All Lace, in
Cotton, Lisle And Silk.
WHITE HOSIERY Plain, Lace Ankle and All Lace,
in Cotton, Lisle and Silk. ,
SILK HOSIERY Fancy colors: Tan, Grey, Navy, Pink
nnd Sky. The latest in Children's Hosiery and Socks:
Black, White, Tan and Red. v
CHILDREN'S FANCY SOCKS Brown, with Brown and
White Tlaid tops; Brown, with Brown and Blue Plaid
tops; White with Black, Blue and Pink Plaid tops. Sizes
4 to 7 Vs. 35c. per pir. "
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Bcrctnnia Streets Opposite Fire Station
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE TOR AN
EACH ONE CAN USE "IT IN HIS OR HER OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
HAST ST. I OMS, 111., May 3. The State's attoinej nt Chicago has
secured u complete contention from an Illinois legislator who vvns lirlbeil
to cunt Ills vote In favor of Larimer for the United Stale Senate The
illrgtiiccil lawmaker told the State' attorney (hut he secured $1000 In
leiurn for his vote. ,
Lorlmcr was elected to tiro United States Senate onl after a h.ird
light, the Illinois Legislature lieltig deadlocked for some time. Then
mi in o of tliono who had been opposing Lorlincr swung around to his
ntnmlaiil, nlthough tip to that time the opposition seemed to lin o rather
the better of It.
RESCUES SAILORS FROM SIHKINO VESSEL.
NRW LONDON, May .1. The stcimrrs Ltngonlcr anil San Turce col
lided tonight oh" Capo Cod. The Llngnnlor Is sinking and will probably
bo n total loss. The trow of tho doo.ncd ship was taken off Bafcl) by the
sleaiuci St. Louis.
COAST SUGAR INVESTIGATION ENDED.
SAN ntANCIHCO, May 3. Tho federal flraml Jury today closed Its
Investigation Into hc sugar scandal s. Tho ovldonco taken has been for
warded to Attornej -General Wicker sham.
HELENE IRWIN WILL WED CROC KER.
SAN ritANCISCO, May 3. Tho engagement of Miss llcleno Irwin,
daughter of William ( Irwin, lo Ch nrles T. Crocker was announced today.
MINERS WILL RESUME WORK.
Ti;illti: IIAUTi;, May 3. Woven thousand miners who have
out on strike will return to work on Thursday.
Dunn's Hat Shop
REMOVED TO 1221-23-25 FORT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL STREET
Cakes and Ioe Cream
AT RESIDENCE ON SUNDAY ARFj DELICIOUS.AS A DES
SERT ON A WARM DAY. WE SUPPLY THEM.
THE PALM CAFE,
ARE now considered a necessary
part of automobile equipment.
A Speedometer will not only protect
you from the police 'but will prove
the efficiency of your car on gaso
line and tires.
served their tour of duty in tho I'll I J
ipplnes Include Llcut.-Col. l'rcdcrlck
S. Strong, Coast Artillery; Lleut.-
PflR DPRMITQ C(jl- Udwlu P. (Slcnn, Tvvoiitv-thlrd
LUn 1 C l ITI 1 1 0 llfantryj Cnpt. Terry L. llo)cr, Med
ical Corps; Capt. ltobcrt S. Welsh,
rilth Field Artillery; Capt. George
M. Apple, rifth Pick! Artlllcrj,
Capt. l'clcr Courtney, l'hlllpplnc
Si outs; Lloit. John II. W, Corey,
rifth Held Artillery; Lieut. IM
mund L. Uruber, rifth Held Artil
lery; Lieut. Albert T. Hlcli, Twent)-
Ixth Infantry; Lieut. James M.
Uraln, Thlrt)-flftl: Coast Artillery;
i. lent. Trcderlck S. Macy, Medical
Corps; Ltcuts. John A, Crane, Louis
It. Dougherty, Trub) C. Martin, rifth
rlcld Artillery; LtotitB. Charles 0
ftcath, Hoy C, Glass, Philippine
Scouts; Llcuts. Henry C Illerbowcr.
Arthur C. Delacroix, Donald 1. Mc-
Coril, Medical llcservo Corps; Dental
Surgeon Charles J. Long, Veterinar
ian Hubert C. Muer,- rourtccnth
Judgo Charles S. I.oblnger, con
nected with the Court of I'irst In
stance In the Philippines, accompa
nied by Mrs. Loblnger, Is en route to
the mainland for a vacation.
Judge James Hosu, also connected
with the same bramh of tho Insular
government service, Is n 'passenger to
tho Stntes by the transport.
Mis. Louis Ottofy, the wife of a
Manila dentist, is traveling to thq
mainland by the Logan,
Harry V. 1'rost Ig among a num
ber of quartermaster clerks who are
Jouruelng to the Coast by the trans
port. Some wII be assigned to other
stations, while otherB nre simply on
extended leave of absence.
In the steerage there nre enrolled
fll! U. g. marine corps men, 27 en
llned men, If, S. navy; 3C emplojej
uf the army and navy, 100 men of
the crow of tho transport Crook, 29
(asuuls, enlUtcd men of the U. S
army; "9 enlisted men, 30th Com
pany, C. A. C; nnd 2K0 enlisted men
of tho Klfth rield Artillery.
A number of local d.ilo nicn ap
pealed before tho Cil) and Count)
ttoanl of Supervisors ijt the iiicctlni;
hclil l.nt evening and sought peinilU
for ccudiictiTig their IiusIiichs alon,;
linen us laid down by tho new regula
tions and ordinance. '
Tho applications received in conipll
audi with tho milk ordinance. In
eluded P. M. Pond, C. J Dav, Kuhiiki
I'lintallon Co, per Andrew Adams
nuiu'iger I Nagaki, Mrs. Mnr llledcl
l II Kiilhey. John P. Mcndonza. 01
Ivcr Tnvnuh, Manuel du Costa Dili
lero Tollo V Soon John llejenl
Margaret I.lehmnn; Wllllum P Ale
ander. 0. II. Worn), Honolulu Dalrj
men's Assn.. Ltd , per S. W Smith
manager and treasurer, Paul It, lsen
berg per C II Italley nnnagcr; Man
nnlua Itanih Co, liy S .M. Damon,
Frank Andrndo Wondlawn Dairy nm!
Stork Co . i-r K N Parker mamgei :
C. H HoH'iii George II Holt, Prank
Coriela Itoyc C. Davlon Thus. Gnu
vein, Antonio Plres mid Henry V.
NO MONEY FOR
Governor A. S. CleghomV attempt
to si cure a Hat donation of one Hum
sand dollars per iimnili for (Jueen
Hnaultnl In leu of the iicr diem allow.
unco of J1.C0 per pitlont now being
paid by tho City nnd County or Mono,
lulu, lias failed.
Mr Cleghom called iiihiii the Suit
ervlsnrs nt n meeting of tho Hoard held
porno days tign nnd presented the eato
in the most favoriUili) Ilgnt imissiiiU'
Ho was given a rosiieclfiil lieurliii;
and tho matter was turned over to tlu
Committee on Sanitation and Health.
Last evening this committed filed a
icnort in which it Is stated that It U
drcuied udvlsable to tablo the apiillcr.
t tint of Mr Cleglioiu In behalf of tho
(Jueciw Hospital und uwalt tho be
Binning of' thu next naif-) early period
( July 1 before making any chauge,
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
102ft Nnnanu St.
Under New Management
YE ARTS & CRAHS SHOP. LTD., offers the finest sc.
"lection of ART GOODS in Honolulu at REDUCED
PRICES. The famous OTTO WIX WATER COLORS are on
exhibition and for talc.
Paul Elder Books for every taste and every occa
sion. Perfect Pictuie Framinp; is a specialty of this shop. '
Kodak Developing and Printing by the, best workmen in
Ye Arts and Cuafts Shop, Ltd.,
MISS PRANCES K. MORRISON - - - Manager
Fort Street, Nest Chambers Drug Co,
We nre ever careful not to ri ' '0Esa-trfcf' -rVWfr- S
overlook the needs of men ' AKfo't"s&&--Wt W lM; I V"l '1
who effect clothes designed ' JfrQ,i:t?' lA W $& C. ' "4
alone conservative lines but ' 4, ty : .V5,' v- "'x' ' V';.iirl 'SFt . 1 k
who, nevertheless, demand a ' , L,l,i'). ,J- A, , . Vf -iStlf r' jP
certain nortion of smartness iV' i' -!&& -w'4 , lr U ' r tr1
and a world of absolutely frood j ' V " ?SC2Sfc? - '1 fl ; rO li
tailorintr. In the standard j '-. X ?I H ( i- ?M
sack we have a garment ' ' ' "Z.J&' " A .
which, while complying with - s' &&'' M. M - 'Wt
the demands of the quiet .- sy' y - 'Wm 'A L 9
dresser in ceneral outline, has ' ' . ,' ,r'''' mS W- nB
uccn perfect neck, and is made ' v ' , ) , ' r - '! t Wm
from cither subdued or ' -. - , ' siS-? ."" vVn Sfltftt s-'' JJH
spriRhtly fabrics. ,.m i &&?'' JW ,7fM
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FIELD AND COAST
Continued from Pace 1.)
and rnpie nlongsldo tho nuvaj wharf
lictoro 9 o'clock this morning.
Owing to tho extremely crowded
condition of the transport, thcro aroj
fcveral army passcngors at Honolulu
who may needs bo disappointed In
getting nway for tho Coast on tho
Logan. Tlio vessel arrived hero this
morning with room for but flvotad
ill tlourtl passengers, according to tho
statements from tho eiunrtcrmaster.
The Logan is scheduled to sail for
San Tranrlsco nt -I o'clock this aft
ernoon, and will be given tho main
Included among tho passengers ar
riving by tho Logan who will icavo
thu vessel at this port Is Mrs. L. M
Lcatherinan, who Is connected vvltu
one of the Missionary organizations
doing work In tho Tar Hast.
Several promlnont army" men trnv'
cling lo tho mainland alter
FOR MORE LIGHT
t theio is one. thing nioro than an
other that Kaliuukl dotes on It in plen
ty of light. Hardly u nicctlng of the
Hoard of Supervisors pastes hut tint
a petition comes In from the hill dis
trict, rninng lor tlio installation o.
electric, lights. Tills time tho residents
along Hlghtli Avenuo believe that tho
municipality should assist In nrntter
lug tlio nocturnl gloom. It Is rciiuest
ed that lights bo Installed on tho tho:
oughfarn between Wnlalao Itnad a'i(.(
Miiunn I.oa avenue, Tho work ma)
bo ordered done
CASTOR I A
For Infants ind Children.
fhe Kind You lldve Always Bought
Everybody who KNOWS Beer
knows that there's nothing life
The Beer That
You can have a clear car
bon copy if you use
All Sizes All Grades
Alex. Youne; Bldf?.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Blank- Books and
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
SUITS THE PEOPLE
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25 fi
having Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
IF YOUR TASTE RUNS TOWARD X
THAT ARE ALWAYS PRIME AND WELL KEPT.LET
YOUR ORDER COME THIS WAY. ,. ,
W. F. HEILBR0N, Proprietor
If You Want Something Good
Everywhere 5 c
F. E. Davis, Agent, Nuuanu and
'f " " Merchant Sts
Repaired, cleaned, and made as
good as new. All work RTiirantccd.:'
Bine up Telephone 10 and wc will'
do the rest. '
Books! Books! Books!
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Youne Bide.
Just Arrived at
A. B. ARLE1GII & CO., LTD.
Hold, Opposite Union
" At Reasonable Prices
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd.,
STORE CORNER ALAKEA AND KING STREETS
FACTORY ALAPAI STREET
the Victor Talking t
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.. LTD.
HAWAII & SOUTn SEAS CURIO CO.,
RAIN GODS AND AKUAS
The B u 1 1 e t i n Pubflsfiinc; Co., '
Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
ana iunoi;rupmng company on
the Pacific Coast and is prepared
to Rive estimates on hiRu-Erade
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Vry T.ntt In Vnirrov,l Hord.
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.