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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU. T I!., FRIDAY, MAY fi, 1010
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NEW SHIPMENT OF
. , NOTHING BETJER MADE
Fliiin Black, in regular and out sizes. Black, lace
ankle; Black, all lace; Cotton, Lisle nnd Silk.
TAN HOSIERY Plain, Lace Ankle and All lace, in
Cotton, lisle and Silk.
WHITE HOSIERY Plain, lace Ankle arid AllLace,
in Cotton, lisle and Silk. '
SILK HOSIERY Fancy colors: Tan, Grey, Navy, Pink
and Sky. The latest in Children's Hosiery and Socks:
Black, White, Tan and Red.
CHILDREN'S FANCY SOCKS Brown, with Brown and
White Plaid tops; Brown, with Brown and Bluo Plaid
tops; White, with Black, Blue and Pink Plaid tops. Sizes
4 to 7y2. 35c. per pair. .
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Bcretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR 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.
Dunn's Hat Shop
REMOVED TO 1221.23-25 FORT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL STREET
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Cakes and Ice Cream.
AT RESIDENCE ON SUNDAY ARE DELICIOUS AS A DES
SERT ON A WARM DAY. WE SUPPLY THEM.
THE PATH CAFE,
IN COSTA RICA
SAN JUAN MX SOU, May 5. A portion of the city of Cartngo, tho
second city uf Costa Klca, was destroyed on Wednesday night ns tho
result (if nn mrtlKinukc. The Rhine hilllillngH In the older scitlou uf
tho city wcie thrown down, the Bleeping Infinites In ni.ui) Instances be
ing killed without warning,
It Is estimated thai tho numher of dead and Injured Is fle hundred,
The woik of rescue Is going ahead n8 rapidly us possible, soldiers from
the garrison heading the ones searching tho ruins for tho wounded nnd
Die bodies of the dead,
Scores of tho principal buildings In the city hnvo been destrojed In
cluded among these aro two of the lien est public, edifices- (ho Carnegie
I.lbrnry nnd tho Palace of Justice.
Today the shocks recommenced, driving tho rcscuo parties nut of tho
ruins and adding to the terror that tho night shocks brought to the pop
ulace. At the present time tho majority of the citizens aro in a stnto uf
panic, runny fleeing fiom the city Into tho open country.
MORE MONEY TO FIGHT SUGAR FRAUD.
WASHINGTON, U. C, Way fi. Tliu Sundry Civil Survlco lllll has
been amended to contain nn item o ( fifty thousand dollars for tho con
tinuation uf tho prosecution against the Amerlcnn Sugar Helloing Com
pany for Its attempts to defiaud tho treasury through the fstse weigh
ing of Imported sugars.
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AUTHORESS IS INSANE.
CHICAGO, May fi. Mrs. John Donald lllack, the authoress, whoso
pen name. Is Margaret llorton I'ottor, has been declared Insano and will
bo committed to nn asylum, She Is tho author nf a number uf well-
known books, Including "Tho rianic Gatherers," "The fc'lru of Spring"
and "Tho Princess."
Always on hand for Sale or Exchange J
Associated Garage, Ltd.
Auto Supply Department J
STRIKING MINERS USE VIOLENCE.
I'lTTHUUKU, May f. Tho coal miners out on strike resorted to
violence today, making an nttnek upon tho strikebreakers In ono of tho
mines. Kour hundred of them, armed, attacked tho strikebreakers In tho
tunnels, driving them from the property.
We arc ever careful not to
overlook the needs of men
who effect clothes designed
alone; conservative lines, but
who, nevertheless, demand a
certain portion of smartness
and a world of absolutely Rood
tailoring-. In the standard
sack we have a garment
which, whil complying with
the demands of the quiet
ilrcsier in general -outline, has
broad, handsome shoulders, a
perfect neck, and is made
from cither subdued or
sprightly fabrics. ,
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TENT CITY FOR THE HOBEN RECITAL
VISITING TEACHERS AT CENTRAL UNION
Plan to Have Canvas Tents on Open. Much Interest and Attention Given
Ground to Accommodate Sum- by an Appreciative Audience
mcr School Attendants. I Performance Perfect.
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
K. UYEDA .
1028 Nniianu St '
The 200 and moro teachers who nro
expected III Honolulu for lhu summer
school during July and August may
hnVo'n tent city prepared for their ac
commodation nnd llwt under canvas
during the entire, session.
At present those at the head nf tho
rummer rchool plan fall tu see how
tho large number of pedagogues ex
pected art. to be ncconiniodnted unless
some plan like n tent city Is estab
lished and It Is understood that step
are being taken toward that end.
In order to carry out the Idea nnd
have a model camp high ground must
ho found li'xin which to have the
camp, sewer connections and electric
lights as well -lis pioxlmtty to the car
line are essentials.
At the yearly learhcrs assembly In
tho mountains of lljnguet at Ilagulo
the summer capltnl of the Philippines,
finOO feel nbnve the sen. tho whole of
the lsltlng teachers are accommodat
ed In tents with wooden Hours, .an'
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ml Ki t.llln .11" tin l "l lit.' ivm'iio
coiM-ses The mess hall Is ono of tho
buildings of the Industrial school nnd
the camp ll accommodate moro than
Hair or the uu American leacners in
The grounds of tho Normal school
hate been consldeicd In this connec
tion, iillhoiiKh not thought to Do largo
enough for the purixiso, and other
sites will be looked Into soon.
At present but few rooms uro ob
tainable In the boarding houses of tlvj
cltvj end thero Is no reason to sup
pose that st the tlmo or tho summer
trliool theie will he, any moro necom
inoTlntlonrf'nvnlbiblo than at present.
If tho tent city scheme Is finally
adopted It will bo n flno chnngo for
tho touchers who hnve been In school
room the onllro -.pah and will glvo
Iheni n rhnnco at real out of door llfo
whllo doing tho" work of tho summer
WITH BREWER 5 CO.
Tho report that whon Alonzo Gnrt
Icy leaves tho Hawaiian Electric Co.
and takes up his duties wltn llrewcr
& Co,, ho win succeed 10 mo pince
hold by Ocorgo Hobertson, is ontlro
ly erroneous. Mr, Hobertson will
continue In his existing position nnd
will In nn wise he affected by Mr,
Gartley accepting a position with the
Mr. Robertson Is now awuy on a
vacation and will jcoumo bis duties
with llrewer & Cn, Immediately upon
his return. .
IF Y0UII TASTE RUNS TOWAItD
THAT ARE ALWAYS PRIME AND WELL KEPT, LET
YOUR ORDER COME THIS WAY.
niiWi F, HEILBR0N, Proprietor TELEPHONE 45
That tho announcement ttlint Hjdney
Iloben would glvo an organ recital at
Central Union Church was welcome, to
Honolulu music-lovers was cldcut by
lhu large ami representatiwj audleiico
Mr, llobeli comes to Honolulu highly
accredited ns an experienced organist,
und his masterful bundling of tho Cen
tral UnlorurcclMl gao much plenum e.
As "lib most church organs, it was not
built for solo display, but necrthi-
less Mr. Iloben obtained considerable
vaiiety, from It, even to uo echo effect.
ns in Ilatlute's pretty Andante In A.,
The fullest power of the organ wns
used In Keffer's imposing "Marcho
Solcn-icllc" und Lofebitre-Wely's "Of
fertolro" (In oach of which thero Is
exacting pedal work),, but thero Is not
u.grcjt deal of xwor to he obtained
although It Is pleasantly full. It was
In Ilattsta's Andante; In tho "IMIgrlms
Song of Hope," with the interest of
ou'i-contlnulng melody nnd billHn'H
sctentlllatlug vailatlons; 'and In the
Tanlmiiser" except "Oh Star of no"
that Mr. Iloben wai best enabled l
exhibit delicacy of sxprcsslou. Wag
iiCr has given his beautiful melody an
iiUolutely quietness and slmpllclt) of
accompaniment and treatment, comlu",
as It docs after tho stress nnd tear ol
the tragic scenes which luno prtcved
In having vocal- ussUtanco at his
recital, Mr. Iloben departed from cus
tom, organ recitals u'ru for tho Instru
Mrs. Allen White ami Mr. l'hlllp
Hall weru tho slngcis; accoinpunle 1
by Miss M. Clarke. Mrs. White's sop
rano xilce Is sweet,'und Mr, Hull bus
a promising tenor.
Judging by the success of last even
Ing's ircltiil nnd by tho remarks-of thy
aiidleiica further recitals by Mr. Ilo
ben would bo ncceptablo. Tho organ
1st handed nor half or tho collection
last overling to tho Chute h Anti-Tub-erculosla
K M m M J M B H V M M k
Many Are Taking
Slapstick And Knock
- IN FOREIOR PORTS
Friday, May 6.
SAN rilANCJSCC Hailed May 1; 8
S. Ilitoiilnn. for 8cnttle.
SAN 1TIANCI80 5 Sailed May 5:
Ship Fulls of Clydo, for Honolulu,
Tho new jewel fashion Is Insocts
lu enamolcd gold and sliver. What's
lour Invorlto Insect? Cleveland
THE ORPHEUM BURNED
IS STILL ALIVE
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
Wine and Liquor Deahn
TIMS. F. MOTKHIE & CO.
101 and 10 King Street
P. 0. Box 755
-Phono Main 140
KODAK DEVELOPING ARTICLES
OF MERIT FROM THE WORK
SHOPS OF THE BEST ARTISANS ;
PRINTS, PAINTINGS, PHOTO-GRAVURES.
YE ARTS & CRAFTS SHOP, Fort below King
That the Hussions who haie como a socialistic circular frevly scatter
to Hawaii durfng tho past fcw.ed broadcast last evefillig. tells of
months mean to stay In United "women nnd children clubbed, boaton .
States territory Is evidenced by the
fact that ninny of them ar tithing
out citizenship papers, nine having
made their tlrst application this
week, and three today.
Sonio of those who have niado
linlr Intentions knows lire among
the hand at Iwllel camp, ai'd others
hae been lu the Territory weeks
longer than this party.
Those who have made their ap
plications to become Ame-lcan citi
zens nlrcady are practically an
skilled workmen of somo (lass, out
of tho whole number thero being but
Many linos of work are represent
cd among these would-bo citizens,
locksmiths, carpenters, botlermakers,
fanners, Ironworkers, coiporsmlths
and Interpreters having tho largest
From the declarations inndo It
t-eems that theso Russian i who de-
Blro American papers are above the
aeruge Immigrant In lntolllgenco,
ami that they will make good citi
zens fcccins tn bo without doubt, In
tho opinion of tho oftlclnli who have
co mo in contact with them.
Most or tho applications have conio
from men tindor thirty jears of age
who have decided to Icavo tho land
of the Czar (forever and cast their
lives nnd fortunes with tho Amerlcnn
SAN GABRIEL IS
DUE ON TUESDAY
kicked and trampled under horses'
reel," and' tho paragraph concludes
with tho query "Would this happen lu
Turkey or Husrlat" .
Hvldently this pleasurable occupa
tion Is moro or less familiar to those.
of the masculine porHiiasltiit'jhidtlri'
tho recently urrhed ltusilnu Imml'
grunts now quaitcrcd at Iwllel.
At least lUo Instances havo been
brought to light by thoso who have
had charge of thj Russians during'
their detention at Quarantine; Island.
A woman aged and Infirm was ob
liged to enter complaint against her
husband, who claimed Hint she had
been beaten by l'!r lelgo lord and
master. Tho woman appeared before
the quarantine ofllclals markd by a
number of cruel bruises.
Another cuso of cruelty, tho victim
being a llttlehoy under nine years of
age wu;. beaten by his Jather, tho hruto
using a lash luadn I'p or strands or
Iron wire. Tho child wits' badly cut
about tho body and legs. Hu received
In tho case of a wruian win sought
protection from u brutal husband, tho
complaint was tun lo that sha had been
obliged to submit to frequent beallngj
from tho man throughout tho Journey
from Harbin to Honolulu. Tho woman
asked to bo placed out or i;ach or
tho man and was assigned to quarters
within tho medical tent.
A fourth Instuncu mentioned Is that
of u woman wio applied for treatment
whoso head was covored with niooii as
a result or a deep thrco Inch scalp
wound receded from her husband Qbo
was also bally cut about the arms.
Tho chustlKMiient was given her In
tho presenco or n largo number or
Russians who apparently looked w(b
Indlffcrencu upon tho sceno being
enacted before them.
llcfore tliu last batch or Russians
left qiiarantino Ihoro took place n re
gular knock down nnd drag out fight
between two women. Doth afforded
niuch"amusi.mcnt for a crowd of spec
tators drawn from tho ranks of tholr
rotintrymon No effort was mado iiikhi
tho part or tho Hussions 3 stop tho
Judgo Robertson, Ip tho Tederal
Court, today granted tho adjudica
tion lu tho natulan of bankruptcy
asked by J, K. (lainullclsnn or South
llllo. His liabilities amount to f 4u
08i."r and bis assets tn $10,583,87
You can have a clear car-i,
bon copy if you use
All Sizes All Grades
Alex. Young- Bldp;.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Blank Books and
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
Repaired, cleaned, and mode ns
Rood as new. AH work piarantecd.
Ring- up Telephone 10 and we will
do the rest.
Boota! Books! Books!
Go to '
, BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Youne Bids;.
Just Arrived at v
A. U. AHLEIOH & CO., LTD.
Hotel. Opposite Union
Several thousand lN)itugucso will
paitlcipnto lu tho reception and pro
gram or festivities to bo accorded tho
ofllrerH mid men .connected with tho
Portuguese cruiser San Gabriel, now
steaming down from Sun Francisco
and expected to nrrlvo ut Honolulu
on or about Tuesday morning.
A special roniinltteo or well known
I'ortugueso residents will visit 'Alio
vessel upon arrival and extend a
hearty welcome to tho visitors'.
W'hljo the Son (iabrlol Is one or tho
smallest lessils or (ho I'ortugueso At--
' u , 'X ";: (Vibrio, 'wll The Hllo Mercantile Company is the
liroceed to Manila aftof leaving this. principal eredltor.
port then on to China and .lap.in, call'
lug at all the Important (Kilnts uloug
the const or these countries, return
lag to lUiropo nnd home by tho way of
Cupo Town nnd Cape Verd,
'I lie n,ni;n Is Hcliedulcil Ii
foiirtion moiitliH o I'oiunlrtn,
jjSC'For Rent" cards on talo t
the Dulletln office,
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The San Dabrial has a complement
lal.o of Uenly-fho oinrcrs rind 85H ralhir
Tor the Victor Talking
BF.RGSTR0M MUSIC CO.. LTD.
Pau Ka Hana
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The Only Successful
Mill in Operation
C. W. RENEAR, Manager '
THE PIONEER PLUMBER
Merchant, Near Alakca
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