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r.vrNiNn mn.T.r.TiK. noNoi.nir, t. h, a'Trrtnva, "y 7 1910.
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
Still On at
Yee Chan & Co.
CORNER KIN3 AND BETHEL STREETS
LADIES! TAKE OUR ADVICE AND COME THIS IS THE
OPPORTUNITY TO SUPPLY YOUR WANTS FOR THE
YEAR REMEMBER! WE NEED THE MONEY
FANCY and PLAIN GINGHAMS Reirular price, 10c.
a yard; as long as the sale lasts, 15 yards for $1.
New lot of EMBROIDERY EDGING and INSERTIONS
Regular 10c. and Uc. yard; now 5c. a yard.
New lot of CORSET COVER EMBROIDERY Regular
price, 50c. a yard; now ?,0c.
' REMNANTS in DRESS GOODS now on display. Will
tell at your own price.
HEAVY WHITE COTTON BLANKETS Regular $1
per pair; will let then go at 65c. per pair,
REMEMBER! ONLY 10 MORE DAYS OF THIS GREAT
SALE -COME EARLY
Yee Chan & Co.,
Corner Kintr and BctVl Streets
If You Want Something Good
Everywhere 5 c
F. E. Davis, Agent, Nuuanu and
. . . Merchant Sts
For Officers and Men of San Gabriel
Week Full of Events Commit
I'mctlc.illy every moment of the
tlmo of lliu visiting officers mid men
of the Portuguese cruiser San flahrlel
liaB been provided for from llio llino
of their nrrlvnl here on Tuesday morn
ing until the. vessel Ralls for llllo on
tlio following Tuesday.
Tlie seen days will lio full mos and
Chairman A, D. Castro linn si en to It
llial both officers nnd men wl'l sec a
much as poislblo of the scclc beau
ties of the city and Island, a I well m-j
being royally entertained with social
functions of different kinds. '
The Mauna I.on, with tho reception
committee on board, .will ncet the
cruiser off Diamond Ilend, and ns soon
ns lliu vessel makes fast to tho navv
whnrf the reception committee will goj
on board to formally welcomo the vis
itors and outline the program for the
day The onicl.nl calls of the captain
of the San flabrlel upon the Governor
u ml Admiral Iteos will be made on
Wednesday will be ghen ocr to
sightseeing trips, tho orT.cem being
taken on a motor trip Btartlng at 9
o'clock, and the sailors glon special
trolley cars for tho afternoon. Local
residents will entertain tho visiting
officers during Wednesday evening.
Thursday morning thero Is nothing
on for the omccrs but In the afternoon
tho .sailors will ho taken to tho Pall,
In the evening there will bo n rccoi
tlon at l.usltanla Hall. From 8, to
8MB the oftlccrs will receive public of
ficials and their families, and from 9
to 10:30 the public generally will be
During the forenoon Friday the oftl
cars will visit tho public schools and
In the evening nn entertainment by
the Portuguese dramatic society will
be given In l.u?ltanla lull for them.
Saturday tho grand picnic at Pearl
Harbor will be ghen for oftlccrs and
men the officers going ocr on tho
Kukul In company with Admiral rtees,
ConRiil Oeneral Cnnavarro and Mayor
Kern, nnd the sailors lotting on a
special train at 8:30, returning at "
In the afternoon. Tho executive com
mittee has requested the merchant
and other twnployers of the city to glvo
their Portuguese employes a holiday
on Saturday ln.ordr.that they may at
tend tho picnic with their fellow coun
An around the Island trip is sched
uled for Sunday, nrrivlng at Wnla
Hm at midday for a luati prepared by
the Portuguese there. Afterwards an
Inspection of the plantation will bo
nindo, and In tho evening officers and
men will b eat tho Roman Catholic Ca
thedral for the Holy Ohost festivities.
Officers and men will be entertained
on Monday at tho Princess skating
rink by tho Concordia band, In tho
ovenlng Consul General Canavarro
will gvc a banquet at tho Young hotel
for tho captain and officers of tho
vessel, nt which will bo present prom
inent officials and residents of ths
Tho night before tho cruiser sails
for Yokolrimn on her return from Iltlu
n grand ball will be given In Lusltanla
Writing materials, books and papers
will -be protldcd at tho hall of the
Portuguese club for the men and this J
will bo tbclr headquarters. Tho hall
will bo appropriately decorated tho
wholo tlmo tho cruiser Is In port.
Ixical Portuguese who will be In
charge of tho visitors during their
stny nro: To accompany officers on
Wednesday's auto trip, J. M. Camara,
J. A. It. Vlerra and J. P. Rodriguez;
with tho sailors on tho trolley rldo
the same afternoon will bo J, C. Sou
ja. J, S, Azoxedo, and J, O. Farla;
accompanying tho officers on tho
school visit Friday will be J. M, Ca
mara, J. A .Vlerra ind U R. Model
ros; the luncheon commlttco for th
Pcnrl Harbor trip Is P. J. Dutrn. Mr
Dutra, J. Q, Farla aud Mrs. T. Hoi
linger. To accompany tho olucers on tho
trip around tho Island, a special com
mitteo consisting of Judgo A. Perry,
M. A. Sllva. Vlncont Fornandez Jr.,
A .Nasclmento, A, V. Peters. M.- A.
Gonsnlvos, A. I, Sllva and L. It. Me
dolroa has been formed
Up io noon hour today abo it
thirty Russians had upplled nt the
. llawalan nlanters' labor recruiting
I station for work on the sugui- os-
I Yesterday afternoon a uunibar of
Immigrants, be:oming tired und dis
gusted over their dlsngreeab'o lu.
at the Impiavlhed Iwllel camp,
sought shelter and food nt the pi iut
1 Other delegations visited the com
pound this morning and 'In mos',
of them have -been assigned ta plan-'
Indnn. nn t.fo Ua.l.l ,1 ml nlln nl'
The 253 Russians nrrlvliif by tlio
Mongolia this morning have born
taken to quarantine und wl 1 lemtln
there pet haps for a week They
will be Informed concerntp.j the
chances for Immediate employment I
on the plantations.
Steamship Man Returns
Robert Hollar, the head of tho big
Pacific coast steamship lino bearing
his name, has been miking nn e.xten I
ed business tour of tho Far East and
Australia, aud In returning to the
mainland as a passenger on board tho
Pacific Mall liner Mongolia.
Tho "Dollar I.lnc" freighters nro
now well known figures In practically
every port of import tnte In Japan and
The Robert Dollar" Steamship Cor
pany started out In tho Pacific Coant
freight carrying business by small
beginnings. Tho trans-Pud flc trnnv
IKirtatlon was the outgrowth and for
somo years pist a number of large
and modern freighters hao been oc-
quired by the company and now trav
erso the Pacific between Puget Snnnd
nnd tho Orient, displaying the now
famous Dollar sign on their tunnels.
Mr. Dollar Is accompanied by hih
wife on tho present trip. Whllo nwny
ho has made n careful study of busi
ness conditions In the East with a view
of Increasing tho tonnago now being
used In caring for tho Oriental trade.
If You Arc Sickly
Just let Hostcttcr's Stomach
Bitters build up and renew
the entire system, make tho
stomach strong and he'althy
and keep the bowels free from
constipation. It has done so
in hundreds of cases 'in the
past 57 cars find most cer
tainly will not fail yon, Try
it to-day for Indi"cstion, Dys
pepsia, Coitiveness, Bilious
ness, Headache and Malaria,
Fever and Ague. Ask for
CENTRAL UNION CHUHCH.
9:50 Illhle School. 10:00 Men's
League Illhle Class. 10:30 Women's
Society lllble Class. 11:00 Morning
Worship. Sermon y- tho Minister,
"Eternal I'rlendd." 0:30 Christian
Kndonor, 'The Christian Oraccs."
1 Peter 4.7-11, Miss Margaret
Hertz, Leader. 7:30 Kvenlng Sdr
.vlce. The Minister will preach. Mu
sic for tliH'day, a. m.: "Ave Verum'
Chorus Choir. "Cod Is Love,' duct,
Mrs. Weight nnd Mrs. Livingston.
"Jubilate Deo," Mra. C, Il4 Cooper,
Mr.. Livingston nnd Choir. P, M.:
"I Cried Unto tho Lord," Chorus
Choir, Mule Chorus, Hornby.
Every one not connected with any
other church Is urged td make Cen
tral Union their Church Home.
Fur sale by Ilensoa, Smith ft Co.,
Ltd.; Holllstnr Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; llllo Vug
Co.; and at nil Wholesale Liquor
San Francisco lintels
Army and Navy Headquarters.
The First Methodist Episcopal
church, corner Miller street and Rerc
tanla nvenuo. John T. Jones, pnstor.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. R. H.
Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Sermon
by the Rev1." J. W. Wadman, D.D.
Epworth ' League, 0:30. Subject.
"Temperance," John M. Martin. lead
er. tn .
Evening worship, 7:3u o'clock, Tho
address of the evening will bo deliv
ered by the Hon, John O. Woolloy; '
subject, "Prohibition for Hawaii," This,
will bo Mr, Woolley'a first appearance I
In a Honolulu pulpit since his return
from the States. The public general-!
ly aro anxious to hear hint A largo I
congregation Is expected. A special
musical program has been arranged.
Mrs, Uriicu Mcv. Mackall will slug a
All aro most cordhlly lnllcJ to at
tend tho services of this church.
DAMAGES OF ONE
Special attention to Honolulu trade.
WUI, mi t Wn . .t1HnMi-linT,
..,.. WW... ,Y,WWW' WMJ UI
With bath 2.00 per day up
Meals tauie d note or a la carte
Management of Onr C. Lnn ,
Honolulu Representative: M. V.
PETER Phone 381,
4077 Mnr. 2G; Apr. 2, 9. 1G, 23.
(Continued from Page 2.)
berg's yntd at sio a ton. T.ie Iron
was to be shipped to tho Coast on
the Alden Hesse, but after 177 tons
20 pounds had been loaded, the
skipper of the Ucsae refused to take
An attachment for the value of
the iron already loaded was sworn
out against the llesse, but the -ship
sailed Jhsttlio same nnd took the
iron along, ,
There were 105 tons nrd 719
pounds of Iron left which Ttompaon
never took, according to I he evi
Suit wus biought for fie value
of the whole amount c Iron con
tracted for, and damngrs -.hlch the
plaintiff had' HttCerert. Cu j colirt In
Its finding did not so) that t'.e
plaintiff had buffered .ir,r damages
and so awarded him b'tt one dollar.
The total Judgment was for $1,
700,20, the value of the Iron actual
ly received; $1 damages, Interest
amounting to 3C.61, and the costs
of the suit.
WARRANT OUT FOR
ARREST OF SKIPPER
(Continued from Page 2,) -
Smith, ho hutt his knee bruised Jt
In somo 'way aud It grew rapidly
worse, finally being In such shape
that he could hardly move.
On April 20 Captain Peterson, so
goes the story, dragged Smith bru
tally fiom the forecastle to the deck
and put him nt work, .although he
was huidly "lite to stand. It Is for
this handling that a warrant has
been Issued against the skipper,
Alifnmnltlta did nuncbl liu w n
Dalley, und driven list night by .1
Johnron. collided with Rapid Transit
car 44 nlxltlt it n'rlork npnr ltlvpr
street, and tho wheel of tho auto wus
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juit oppoilte Hold St Frncl
European Plan 51.60 a day up
American 'Plan $3,00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
ings cost $200,000. High class hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
and retail district. On car lines trans,
ferrlngallovercity. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "TrawetJ." ABC Code.
TALK IT. OVER WHILE
ENJOYING A GLASS OF THE
BEST BEER, AS SERVED AT
C. "J. MC CARTHY - trop.
Hotel and Bethel Streets
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
We have just opened one of the
prettiest selections of
in many novel designs and shades
Also, Spring designs in. our'
SCIENCE HOPES TO
HEAL CRIME IN YOUTH
Plan Adopted By Medical,. Legal and
City Authorities to Eradicate
Criminal Tendencies In Children.
THE ROAD TO
IS BETTER THAN EVER, AND THE
HOTEL DITTO, TAKE A RIDE ON
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sts.
Fine furnished moms, $1 per day
SJ0 and upwards per month 'Splen
MUS 0 A. BLA1SDELL. Prop
First-CIats Famllv Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach
W. C. BERGIN. Prop.
i-"i'Or Balu' cards ul Uul.otln,,
Medical science, the courts and the
city authorities in New York havo
Joined In nn effort to arrest or eradi
cate criminal tendencies In the joung.
An announcement of a definite plan
wus, made yesterday as the result of
conferences between President John
D. LlndBay of the New York Society
for the rroventlou of Cruelty to Chil
dren, Justice Douel of tho Children's
Court and Dr, M. U. Schlapp of tho
Cornell University Me Ileal School.
. Mrs. V. K, Vanderbllt Sr Is onoof
the pntrons of tho project which alms
so to decrease the number of defective
children by effecting cures that crim
inal tendencies will not bo Imparted
to posterity. Surgery will he employ
ed for minor' afflictions with the con
sent of tho parents and the presiding
officer of the Children's Court.
Surgery Only a Detail.
"It should bo understood Imit surg
ical work Ib n detail of the plans " Dr.
Schlapp said last night "Mcdlolpo
rather than surgery, and healthful sur
roundings while the patient is under
treatment, will ho depended upon to
effect cures. The consent of all con
cerned being secured, n patient Buffer
ing from growths In the nose which
obstruct proper , breathing enlarged
or Inflamed glands in the throat, or
minor ailments that oftenest are the
results of Inherited tilnts, will be rec
commended for surgical treatment."
Hecreants biought to tho Children's
Court whoso delinquency Is attributed
to physical causes will bo examined by
experts. Itooms for their examination
will be equipped immedately In tho
Children's Society headquarters
Fourth memio ands Twenty-third
street, an In tho Children's Court
Third avt nue and Eleventh njrcet. Tho
oxamlulng stair will consist of Dr.
Schlapp, and Drs. Qlhb. Winters, Dulk-
lty and Drown of tho Children's So
ciety corps. Their nndliigs will bo
submitted to the presiding officer of
tho Children's Court for disposition.
The number of casos calling for
such operations will probably not be
large, Justice Deuel said. Dr. Schlapp's
Investigations, which led to tho pres
ent plan, disclosed that hereditary
b'ood taints which can bo remedied
often bring a child Into court when
the child Is not otherwise responsible.
These blood taints. f unchecked
often lead to carcors that are habltul
Mr. Vanderbllt's Part in the Plan.
For tho treatment of such cases, ado-1
quato quarters' must be provided. Mrs.
V, K. Vanderbllt, Sr., who vUlted tho
Children's Court recently to Btudy con
ditions. Is looked upon ns tho person
most likely to furnish quarters. A
farm or n nearby home within the city
limits probably will bo secured and
adequately equipped. This would
nccossltato tho outlay of a large sum
by Mrs. Vanderbllt,
In tho roport of the Children's Court
tecelved yesterday by Mayor Oaynor
is Inc'uded a summary of condlttous
which led to tho adoption of plans on
n broad humanitarian scale probably
never heforo attempted by any city In
the world. Tho report says In part:
"It has long been known scientifical
ly inai many nnuu criminals are uc-,
ytlins of conditions, acquired or heredi
tary, which result in mental disturb
ances predisposing them to the devel
opment of criminal tendencies. With
such caseB the tlmo for relief, If cur
ative or amellrattng remedies aro pos
sible. Is in youth and at the first In- M
dlcatlon of criminal tendencies, and
the best opportunity, therofore, Is
through tho Children's Court, whero
such unfortunates will naturally drift.
"It can thus bo early determined
with suitable medical expert assist
ance whether tho difficulty Is curablo
or Incurable. Cures will bo less ex
pensho to the public than confinement
In chnrltnble institutions and later
on In reformatories, prisons and work
houses. Tho ascertainment of Incur
ability will be of valuo when jouth
ripens Into full maturity.
Aid for the Feeble Minds.
"Thero are also cases of feoblo
minds that como through similar
causes and susceptible to help suffici
ently to stop tho criminal Inclination.
The court has been experimenting
somewhat In this direction and has
tho subject under most careful con
Bldointion, It lacks proper facilities
for determining tho valuo of Btich
work. There it no Institution to which
such children ordinarily may bb com
mitted that possesses such facilities
In any' proper decree." ' ,
The definite plans of Mrs, Vander
bllt nnd other patrons of tiio project
will not bo 'announced until" tho med
ical staff, tho Children's Society and
tlio Children's Court havo demonstrat
ed what will bo tho capacity and needa
of a hospital or other Jnstltutlon ade
quate for tho work.
MRS. GRACE IS
, TURNED LOOSE
Prosocuting' Attorney Ilreckona this
morning took steps to releaso Mr.
Anderson Grace from custody nnd bo
foro noon sho went forth from deten
tion with th,o clvargo against her dis
According to draco's confession h! .
wlfo aided him In the murder which
ho committed by registering his
rounds on the bundy clock during tho
time ho was absent upon his errand
of murder, , .
On this account she was arrested
anit held In dotuntlon being charged v
as an accomplice In tho crime f -
HOLT In Honolulu, May G, 1910,
to the wlfo of William D. Hplt, -"
Sheriff Jarrett, Chief McDufflo and
several othor jmllco officers, made u ,
search mound tho Nuuanu district
yesterday afternoon for tho esciped
murderer Oraqo, Word had como In
that the wanted man wns hanging1
ntound the vicinity and the force nt w
once turned out for the hunt. No
trace, however was discovered of tlio
negro and the posso returned wo) ta
tho skin nt dark,
The attacks Im Miller str up ho
nets' a noct la .lomocracy.
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