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PV'HN'INO nitl.Lr.TIN, HONOI.UI ti T JI , milUY. MY C. 1010.
Grand Reduction Sale
Are Still On at Our Store
Men's Straw Hats, formerly $1.50
to $2.50, now - $1.00
Men's White Duck Pants, former
ly $1.50 to $2.00, now $1.25
Fancy Colored Vests, formerly
$2.50 to $3.50, now $2.00
Ladies' Short Chemises, lace and
embroidery trimmed, 50c to
Ladies' Night Gowns, all prices
cut down, - 50c to $2.00
Persian Lawn, 40 in. wide, color
ed, fine and soft - 20c
100 Doz. Part Linen Towels,
closing out at $1 doz.
$4.00 "Walk-Over" Tan Button
Bals - - - $2.95
$3.50 Men's Canvas Bals, leather
heels, - - - $2.50
$3:50 Ladies' White Canvas Ox
fords, few sizes, - $2.00
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
MONEY - RAISING SALE
till On at
Yee Chan & Co.
CORNER KIN3 AND BETHEL STREETS
LADIES! TAKE OUR ADVICE AND COME THIS IS THE
OPPORTUNITY TO S'JPPLY YOUR WANTS FOR THE
YEAR REMEMBER! WE NEED THE MONEY
FANCY and PLAIN GINGHAMS Regular price, 10c.
a yard; as long as the sale lasts, 15 yards for $1.
New lot of EMBROIDERY EDGING and INSERTIONS
Regular 10e, and 13c. yard; now 5c. a yard.
New lot of CORSE r COVER EMBROIDERY Regular
price, 50c. a yard; nov fOo.
REMNANTS in DRESS G00D3 now on display. Will
sell at your own price.
HEAVY WHITE COTTON BLANKETS -Regular $1
per pair; wilj let then go at G5c, per pair.
REMEMBER! ONLY 10 MORE DAYS OF THIS GREAT
SALE -COME EARLY
Yee Chan & Co., .
Corner Kintr and Bethel Creels
If You Want Something Good
Everywhere 5 c
F. E. Davis, Agent, Nuuanu and
VICEROY OF INDIA
Buddhist Pope Journeys lull In Movement. Of
To Calcutta With
Troops To The
There la nn apparent lull In tha
movement nf regular military organ
Irntlnui from S'Hi I'ranlaco to tho
Philippines or vice versa, as borno
Tor the list tltiiR In ll.e history or
its exlKteme has the cipltnl of India
lieeii hurnircil hy n vlid I nun n Da hi I
I.anin, Dip Hplrltunl, nul temporal
head for tlic time lieli g of tlio state " ,' ' " , . , ,, ' ,
of Thibet, which, tinl.l n fow yearn "l UV ' "rival of the transport
ni;o, was ln.nccesilhle lo any MratiK-, '-"sail fiom Manila on Wednesday
ers. . nnil also hy ndvlies received from
Aflcr hi flight fiom l.hnnsa toi tlie Count concerning the dispatch of
Ilarjcellng. Ills Holllims deilded to the troopihlp Sheridan.
mj a iiy iik in 13 i .in hi in. Ar-( Thc ,,nl,e sult(M ,ralll,,,ort Slier
,l,nK: Ileum .v.iu .. ... ' '" ,,,,, .,.,, ,,, un f, ---
nnil the (lovernnieut of India placed
Hustings limine nt the disposal of
the Dalai Kami ditilt.g his hrlef stny
In the metropolis of India.
'I lie I J.i In i l.nnm and his suite of
M'ventj-flvt' weie received nt Senl
dull h Captain Mulr, Aldo-ile-Camp,
representing Ills Kgcellciuy tlio Vice
roy Ailing the platform ror the en
tile length of the Hpclul train, was
, laid the conventional ied baize, while
; it ha nd wan In nttcudaU'O. A lludd
hist deputation headed by the Hon.
, the Hnjali of Kurupam were also pre
sent to welcome the Dalai I.ainii. (in
I alighting fiom the train Ills Hnllcess
was Introduced to Captain Mulr -mil
Bpread out his hands ng It Invoking
it blessing on those present. All eyes
wire cetiteied on Ills Holliess, whose
Mny u with no regular organization.
The vcfsoI Is due to arrive hero on
next Thursday or l'rlday, en routo
to tlio Philippine, with a number
of cnsunls. There are quite a mini
her of Insular goornment employes
reluming In their duties In tho
Philippines after having spent an
extended vacation In the homeland.
The Sheridan Is reported nn bring
ing tho following military passen
gers: l.lcut.-Col II. W. Wheeler, Tlfth
Cavalry; MaJ T. C. lister. Medical
Corps; dipt. J. S. Ilerron, Second
Cavalry; Cnpt. K. J. Wallnro, Coast
Artillery Corps; Cnpt. Herbert 0
usetlc face and ollow sill, garments' Shaw, Medical Corps; Capt. S, T. An
were the theme of comment,
! Stnlwnrt, ruddy faced Thibetans
clad In heavy costumoi more suited
for a seveio winter than the Bt 1 11 lug
heat of the plains, and carrying lit
tle packages which probably contain
ed tlulr own personal possessions,
scurried about looking for articles
which could not bo entrusted to
sell, Eleventh Infantry; Cupt. V. II. I
Tobln, qunrtcrmaster; Cnpt. Edward
II. Vcdder, Medical Corps; Capt. T,
I.amson, Medical Corps; Capt. J. D.
Ileyslngor, Medical Corps; Capt. J.
II. Ilugglns, Medlcnl Corps; Capt,
Francis V. Clnrko. Coast Artillery
Corps; Cnpt George K. Lovell, Tour-
n. I .,..., r.n.nlr. . f...... In. una l ffl...
I Ills Holiness paid n formal visit to : L , Y . , ' . . "'"""
the Vlceiov. uciomnanled bv I'olltM 1,ro8h Jr- slx"' Infantry; Lieut.
cul Olll er Hell and six Thlbetnn Mill-' James A. Simpson, Medl-nl Reserve
Corps; Lieut T W I'enroso, Medical
HcBerve Corps; Lieut. Udgar 1'.
Haines, Medical Kescrva Corps;
Lieut. James 11, Van Horn, Medical
Itcservo Corps; I.ldut. V. K. Ilorrlng
shnw, Thirteenth Cnvnlry; Lieut.
George II, Ilrett, Phlllpplno Scouts;
Chaplain James V. lioullhun, Fifth
Cavalry; Lieut, John O. Winters,
Sixth Cnvnlry; Lieut. Truman D.
Tho'rpe, U 'WA., reUretf.
Isters. An escort of fengnl Cavalry
accompanied The tarrlage. The Da
lai Lama was clad In rich jollow
sllvn robes with a crimson silk
scarf, the more important Mlniiters
wearing dark saffron robes.
Ills Excellency, Lord Mlnto, Vice'
toy of India, met the Dalai Lnna nt
the entrance to the, throne room and
led li I in across n rich gold curct to
the dais, where both toe ( their teits
on the golden chairs of Stnte, 7 he
Thlbetnn Ministers mil Mr. Till sat
on one side unci the Hon. Mr. lutler
mid the Vkcioy's staff sat on the
After ten hod been offered the tilt -tliiRiilshcd
visitor, the Dalai Lnmn
tendered a whlto silk scarf 'o the
Viceroy, all the Mlulsteis folluvlug
suit. Three followers then brought
in gifts on silken Luelilons vlil.li
were laid at tho Viceroys feet
An hour later tho Vlceioy accom
panied by tho Foreign Secretary n.id
his full statT, nnd escorted by tho
body guard, paid n return visit to
the Dalai Lama After a visit tu the
IllllUPltlll ..ll.trn III., flnlll.nn . ..,.....
the lluildlia relics, and nn niilononiiti snllty Id the thiiige ngaliut lilm,
ride, the party return d to Hutlngs and his cato was set for tKal next
IN CRIMINAL COURT
In the cilniliial court this morning
there were two nrrntgnmeiiH, one of
the parties pleading not guilty nnd
the case of the other being con
John HoflHon, charged with as-1
fault with a weapon, pleaded not
NO L0NGERA CHILD
A Word io Parents on the Dan
gers of Bloodlessncss That
Threaten Daughters In
, Their "Teens."
TVrlinpiyoti liai nlieruly noticed tlint
your ilsnjrhti-r In her "teem" Ims de
veloped h Ilt.'ul tMiiH.-r, is reotlcrM and
excitable. In tlint inse rcmetulicr tlint
she IsgrowliiK Into womanhood, ami that
a great n-onibil!ty resta uihjii 3011. iu
If your ilsugliter Is pale, (ouiplalna of
weuknes and lit predion, litis "tired
put" after a little xeitlun, if she tells of
heiuluihcs mid liaekiuhm. iln m.l .lln. j
(fsnl tlnxe sviiiptoiim. Your iIhiikIiUt
! . 7. I ,ur B"u ,s winunc nisi is
Yon chiniM lou nn time In prorurlng
Dr. W Munis' Pink 1'ilU' i,ll.r. U. I.r
unhealthy gltllioo.1 Is Iwund to li-ml to
iiMlienltliy noinniiliooil. '
Miss Tliel.li llnlliiml. rf "n 1li; Al. '
lantii- neme, Lung lieurh, Cul , kiijm:
. "A few leiirs uo 1 Nsumu wry
annum', although I hud alnajH Isrn
weak anil rliUIy. Wo moved to Cnlifor
nln during my nirkness and I was ko thin
and pah- tlint mtlt tlwunlit I had con
FUiiiption I was run donn, weak ami
uuulilo to stand any exeitlon. I was
slidtt of breath, hail no ambition and
was olnaja tlnil. I whs iienuinund my
deep was broken. I had to l luruful
what 1 ate and my rtoiuarli was out of
order. My heatt ulso'troiililiil mo n
great ileal. I wits uhln Iciuiln u-linnl
only nlxmt Ihnv uiontjis out of th nlnu
aim one jearwas out of school entirely.
I wug often lolitined to Ud for two or
"A friend rrroimurnilni the uof Dr.
Wllllallls' Pink PilU nnd sfler u f,.tr
trial I degan to a Inttir. 1 kill on lis.
lug tlio lulls in ill I wiHinmt.lctely lurisl.
I now hvl fiui.it mill will and am utile
'" Mitim any umtiioii. l ivrouiiiHiiil
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Imbii-h tlioy
cunsl mrt after thru1 jeuis of sIckneM
anil after my doctor had said he could
not hi In tiio."
Dr. Williams' I'lnl. Pillrf hae curcl
rlieiitiiati'iu, ufter-eilii ts of the giip nnd
fevers, chlmisls or gnvn nUkmiu anil
ccnciiil ileliility Uvmw of tln.li power to
build up and I unify- the bluoil. Our
new IkkjMh, "l)i-n.is of tlio Hloo.1,"
will gio Jnil linn li Miluali'e liifornmtiiiii
almut the ill ne ilUu.-es and will In) Mint
fus- Uion riipi vt.
Dr. William-' Pink Pills are hold hy all'
ilrnggNts, or will Ik) wnt, Mi-tiiuId, on
reiript of pilis-, 00 ciMita jut Isoc; mx
Iwxm for J..W, by the Ilr. Wllllains
Jledidnu Cumpaii), Scliineiudy, N, Y.
San Francisco Hotels
V.M.C.,1. WINS HAND
IULLJPAHENT I The Y M C A. handball team wo.i
-ut la tlio niaich w i'i tlie Murln.-.s nnd
tliu 11 mil result is ns lollows:
Cp.Very Y.M.C.A. 1st Rd. 2dRd.Totil
, Htcrllng-Dlnuchard . 45-23 13 t5 CS-CS
Ugtirklcwltz-Lewls . 43-211 It 45 5G-C3
. Qiieanen-Johnston ..15-41 9-45 54-8(1
'ClQvengul-Decolto . .39 45 8 45 47-90
L.Wllllaiim.-Mnrcallluiil5-43 12-43 57-8S
Plcarlello-Webster ...45- 9 12 45 57-31
J. It Wllll.iuntNiilt . 45 IG 13 15 58 81
Moltei 81 John ...41-43 30-45 74-90
Chce Chi'O Young, chtirg'rt with
laucny In the first (degree, lad hla
i ate continued.
Geary Street, above Union Square
j... um. ..uir. ou rrancis
European Plan $1.60 a ity up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and bilck structure, furnish,
ingi cost $200,000. nigh class hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
lerrlngallovercity. Omnibus meets
all trains add steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel KtffUMrt nnu? -pnfrn!.l aa
! Haw-all. nlilandhcadquarers.Cablo
Lnuurcis, --irawcti." A JJ C Code.
353 2C2 78-350 I31-C22
(Total iiolnis nhead for mntcli ...191
R.ieh man played two matches with
! the same opiionent. Tho drst match
was played on Jim Camp Very court;
tho second match wax played on tho
' Y M C. A. court. Iiotb teams played
with the imdci standing that the visit
ing team would not luvo any piellin
limry practleu on their opiKinent's
This morning at 8 o'clock a horse
attached to. an express wagon belong
ing to Walls Faigo Kxpress Co, tool;
I flight at nn electric car and dashed
. III. lflllir .l.ii.l ..ml nl-fl.tl.il I. .In L-.i .
iii ..i,.t irnvvi mm .i.miiiii. miu iiiiii
Tho driver pursued tho vehicle on foot
and by malting n desperate effort man
nged to Jump onto ihoVagnu when It
, wiib near May & Co 'u store,
An autouiobllu which was coming
down Fort street almost came Into col
lision with the runaway, but tho driver
had gotten contiol of the horse b
No damage was Uono to horse or
part but tho prompt action of th'i
plucky driver aveilcd u serious tied
'dent that might havo occurred In the
TOWS NOTES FROM
The Kumehameha athletic field
will be dedicated tomorrow afternoon
ut 4 o'clock." There will be speeches
made by Mr. W. O. Smith, XIr. P. L.
Home, Mr, II. Itlchards nnd some
members of the graduating clnss, Thc
public Is Invited to attend tho exer
cises. Tha K:im baseball' team will
truvel out to Alexander Held tomor
row afternoon to play against the
Piinuhous. These two teams will
play the first game so us to lot the
Kam boys be back In time for tho
dedication of the athletic field.
Among the closing events at tha
schools for this term are; May 7,
class day; lay 14, clns. 1907 ro
union; May 21, alumnae, dance; Mny
30, Installation of battalion officers;
June 3, closing of school; .June C,
The lineup will bo changed a lit
tie In Saturday's game against tho
Punahoiis, Kalui will be In tho box,
with Joo Kacilil behind the but. Ml
llkna may play on third base.
The bojs' gleo club rendered a fow
songs nt the K. of P. Hall Thursduy
evening ut the meeting held by Mr.
B. Nonh Is leading In tho batting
uverugis for tho school team, having
.830 per cent. Joo Kaubl Is a closo
"Cnn j on hang out some of my
summer things to air today?" 'tho
to'ephotio girl asked. "No," said her
mother, "tho line Is busy." Iluf
falo Express. J
Uven the West Is getting to be
effete. Two Texnns fought a duel
near Oklahoma City;, firing two shots
each nnd hitting' nothing. Pitts
burg Dispatch. '
I.nto yesterday afternoon Chief Me
niifflo gathered In bunch of allege I
Che l-'u plny-em and hankers. A Jap
nnrsu named Saila Is said tn ho tho
heatj nnn n the bmk, nnd ho wns
released on $130 bull hhortly after ar
rost. Tho men uppeured In court this
mottling but, on tlio application of
their uttoinny Loriln Andrews, tho
cues weVn sont over till Tuesday noxL
The g.ima In alleged In hive been run
ning for thu pant thro weeks nnd
Chief McDullle has been wnlllng hi
get clear ovldenco against tho men.
TALK IT OVER WHILE
ENJOYING A OLASS OF THU
BEST BEEIl, AS SERVED AT
C. J. MCCARTHY Prop.
Hotel and Bethel Streets
THE H0AD TO
IS BETTER THAN EVER, AND THE
HOTEL DITTO, TAKE A RIDE ON
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretanta Sts,
Fine furnished rooms, 11 por day
$10 and upwards por month. Splen
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL. Proo.
First-Class Familv Hotel
Best Bathing on tlie Beach
W. 0. BERQIN. Prop.
Larue assortment, double weave,
ladies' nnd men's.
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.
(Next Cable Office)
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
On MONDAY NEXT,
We will place on
oui Entire Stock of
Lingeries, reduced to $$.50
Coat Suits, $3.00
3-Piece Suits, $7.50
Some of the above bargains are
now on display in our windows
" At Reasonable Prices "
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd.,
. STORE CORNER ALAKEA AND KINO STREETS
FACTORY ALAPAI S TREET
THE MODERN JEKYLL-HYDE MURDEREIl
AND ROBBER, B, 0. SPENCER
the Oulletln office.
cartit on talo at
HI'ltf.S'nriKI.I) Manx Al.rll 1
The amazing confession of II. G,
Spencer to the murdor of MIhs Mart
ha ll, Illackstane und the seriously
wounding of Miss Harriet ,V. Dow w
hlle he was rohhlng Miss lllack
Btnue's home furnishes a rumarkahl
u link In criminal history. Speirer
lu well educated, and while iictlnir a
b u clerk, he wns titled for n hotter
liosmoii, He was considered nu Idea
I liusll.lllil and father and wim wel.
i omed In the hest social circles of t.
, inlngllelil. When'a hoy, according
to Ills (ouresslou, he wan hit on til
'u head, and ever since then ho has
had a dcslm to toll linniej. He llko
d tu tulk to his victims, which are
numtiercd hy the scores, until ho he
camo known as the "talking burglar.
llefore tonfiiletlng a lohhery he won
Id ask the vlttlni how ho felt Und
I would chuckle with gleo If he statu
iiicicu or biiuwuu any mgu or tear.
Ills greatest Joy cume when he woul
d read of the accounts In tho jiapui b.
and h would dUcuss tho robberies w
Ith fi lends, alwats declaring the roll.
her must he a clever fallow, WIib
n he killed Miss Illackstone he told
I the police that he did not oxpe t
d add murder tu his long list or
Crimea. Bpeucei's parents weio out
onlsliedt ns was his wife, when liU
Jek ll-Hyilo II o wna rcvoalel,
j.A iiVn ffeaaff'sr,
AS .V MtAH. .'m TMXi