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rvnNiN'o miu.r.TiN, noNoi.mr, t h.. monovy, M'y n, itio.
HEARST SAYS HE
HAS BEEN LIBELED
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
S.S. Lurline Today
FRESH CHERRIES---the first of the season
ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT LEMONS
ARTICHOKES CELERY CAULIFLOWER
FRESH PEAS TURNIPS PARSNIPS
HORSE RADISH ROOT
FROZEN EASTERN OYSTERS PURITAN CREAMERY BUTTER
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.
Gaynor's Speech Raises
' Great Rumpus In
NT.W YOIIK. Ma) 1. William 11
llp.iret lias brRim n lllicl unit nKiilnst
the Now York TImr bcciuao 1Mb
newspaper reported llic (perch of
Ma) or OuyiW tit the Associated
Prom dinner on Tliurariav. nlRht. In
.which the ma)or ile.'Inreil that "two
rtntc prlfon (elonlrH, namely, forgery
and fnlsllluillon iff "a puhllc docti
incnt, weie committed In tho eaRcr
ncm of this publisher and editor
(Hearst) t wroiiR the major of thO
ell) of New York." llc.irsi nurses
that hy reason of tho publication h"
lus Buffered $100,000 itamaRcs, nnd
asks to be rciiiniiicntio In that sum
The summons nnd the complaint,
In tho suit were scrol on tho Times
Inst nlsht by a cleri In the ointO
of Clarento J Shcarn, Hearst's ntlor
ney. Hheam told u Times reporter
Hint Hearst was ilso siIiir th
HrooMjif' Haple and tho Assoclatol1
rrcss. Tho damages In ths rnso of
the llrnokln HiirIo n-o put at $100,-
000, and In the cne of tho Afcboel
ated Press nt IKOO.OOO.
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
Ladi'es' 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.
If You Want Something Good
Everywhere 5 c
F. E. Davis, Agent, Nuuanu and
AKRON, O Quot itlons on crnilo
inlili-r Inn i' le.ulieil $- 10 a pound for
lluect pari, a ilso of IS tntn In tho
pant uuli. The best Rrades me near
I) half as nlu itjtc as 1ir tllu-r
Tim heav) siuculatlon In rubber
, shuii'H In London, tlio tolncldent ilsu
In tho price of raw rubber and tho ad
luincc in the common shaies oflutei-
(imtlnental Itubbvr Compaii) In tho
New York open m.irkit hrliiR to llg'it
an otticmoi) Interesting sltuitlim and
Incldmlally partial!) dlrcloso the ov
tensho concessions which the lato
Klr.K Leojiolil of Belgium granted lo
'an Amrrlran kj mllcatc
In tho flrtl place. It should bo ileir
! I) iiudcrs ooi Hint there Is not a rub
i her mntiuructiirliiR company In tho en
tlio world which absolutely owns Itx
snurco of raw sunnllcii: henco tho con'
sinners of this lOininixllty nro at tho
mere) of speculator Interests who
'forco the prlco up or down lit will In
Loudon and this prlcn inmetnint rov
ems the American in irket also This
Is tlio Etato of affairs with the' United
States Ilubber Company the world'u
largest consumer as well as with tho
The Into continental Compiny
ithroiiRh subsidies, owns ixtenMe
tracts In Mexico anil u plant at Tor
rcon. where rubber Is inado from tliu
guayluo plant Whereas the 11)09
lild was tomo 10 000 000 pounds the
present jcar will probably t,hun ,i'i
Incrcaso of at least -fiO per rent 'Pin
compaii) has cash and cash assets of
between $2 000 000 and l.'.nuo.uon
there being over $1000 000 In mono)
deposited In New Voik Clt) banks It
Is fiom the operations of Its p-npeit
In Mexico thul tho Intel contliHiit.il
Ii.ih been able to pa) off all tlio acru
mulated dlldeii'ls on Its prcfcricd
A conecst-lon rocruliiR 2 500.00Q
acres was grniitril the Iuteuonll-
nelnl Compinj by King Leopold,
which was nt,sumed by tho American
Congo Company, iimti oiled by tlio
Aiildo from tljg concession In Hid
Congo, liowmcr, tlio lato King Leopold
also gno to lntereala Identical wHhl
thong (it tlio rn'otiontluental )m
pauy nuothcr and far iiimo valuabloi
couccBolon whlili eocrn SU0.U0U'
equaro mlleii In tlio heait of the Congo
I'reo Otate Tlieso uiornioua tracts.!
are under thu control of the Soclo'o
roreBlrloro it Mlnlero du Congo cip
llnllzed nt, 3,500,000 frnnci.
i Under Tonus of tho concession the
rninpaii) lias 10 )ojih In which to iloi
eldo on the speilllc Icrritur) It de
slirrt, nflci Willi h tlnj roncetElon runs
for fl'l jwh, Already thoro lmo been '
licutod on the property oi'y a small I
poitlon. of which Ins hoi'ii explored
two gold mlneii, ono of which Is i '
high giado ptarci jiroposltlon thu
olliir has not jut been suHlileiill) do
ntopd to dctcrinlno Its ,iluc. There i
h:(8 nlio bcctrioiated nn Iron nilno
tho oi es of which tompnio fmoriilil I
with Ihobo of thu MesabaiaiiKO I)!,i
niomlH Ii.mo also been fount In po,-- j
lions of thu inopeit). I
Dcelnpinuit work Is prrrcoillns
slowly, which Is ni"i l(erod tho belter
metliod, at. thorougiiness can he lit-
ler iicrompllslicd 8 II. Hall bus liici
tho consulting giololst nnd A Che'
tor llsntts thS teclinlcil etu'neer
1 In conncct'on with both rubber and
mlneinl concessions. It t-hnnM bo
1 stated that about GO per c nt of tlio
capitalization is held b) tlio Congo
Tlio niinie of .lohn 1) llnckifolloi
Ji has beui mentioned In rmim cllon
ulili lh lull iionllncnl.il f'ompin
hut ho has no Interest tu tho com
pan), Thomas 1 ltan and tho Gug-
genhclms and one or two other Inter
cstn control the corporation through
majority stock ownership.
Thoro Is outstanding 11200 000 pre
fcrreil slock and It Is not consldcri d
nt all unllkol) that n portion of this
may bo retlicd from llmo to time,
leaving hut ono cIilb of slock agilnst
IMwnid Hose or tin) well known llllo
family retained this moinlug with his
wiro fiom the nnlnhiiid, arriving b)
tho Lurline Ho and his wifo nro tnl
euted ocjIIMh and luring tho past
seven moiillis h ie blcn filling nn en
gaci.nient.oii tho Hums Howell Circuit.
On arrival hcru tlisy signed a con
tract with Mr. Oveiend of tho Hm
plre Theatre nnd will in iko their first
nppearauie there tonight Mr. Kose
when hcic eight moiillis ago npieared
nt the Kmplio for n lew nlRhts and
his hinging wns niucli appreciated liv
nil wliu He.ird him Now that he Is
accomimiiled b) hU Amerlciu wife
who Is a slugtr of no llltlo renown
crowded houses aie epeete I to greet
CUDA PREPARES FOR
Machine Quns and Troops Arc Rushed
to Santa Clara.
"Aio )oii nn advocate of electrocu
Hon?" asked tho lefoinier
"No. sir I am not." replied tho can
illdato foi ofllce. "The old faaliioned
way of hiinglnR was good enough foi
my ancestors, nnd It's good inough for
HAVANA, April 70 During tho
night a special train c.irolng u linttal
Ion of Infantry and bitter) of machine
guns under command of flcncral Hlvus
lert Camp Columbia buiiad for Santa
Clara There wns a rumor current Insl
night that nn uprising Ind occurred In
Santa CI irn pnnlnco, hut Ibis tho (to
S(ctelnr) of the Interior Lopez Leln i
said ri'iKirla bad readied Iho Govern
ment Hint theio was a condition of
suppressed excitement nninnR tho in"
Rrois of Hanta Clara and tho eastern
provinces In lonseiiuenco of tho Incen
dlar) uttiraines of tho negro agitator
General Hvarlsto lstenoz. Uccuuso of
this rcpotl the Secretar) said, tho
Govrinment had decided to send trodps
for tho sake of tho mornl effect.
Tho widespread sentiment of appro-
heuiduu. the iohuII of sudden dispitch
fi pm R'lit.i Clira of a liattnliiln
of Infantry, a batter) of machine guns
nnd ii tnioii of mounted rural guards
has boon in nowise nlln)id By the
statement given out at military head
quarters tonight that tho dispatch of
tho troops w.is merely tho carrying
out of n long approvid plan lo Btatlon
n garrUnn at Smta Clara
There nro nimors of Impending no
gro demonstrations In tho province!
of Santa Clara, Oi lento and rlnar del
lllo, but no ovcit acts anywhere am
Hurtling nil Is spread by wntor.
To extinguish It throw down Hour,
sand or earth The Idea Is tn pro
vent tho oil's spreading
MONEY - RAISING SALE
till On at
Ycc Chan & Co.
CORNER KINO 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 OINOHAMS Regular pi ice, 10c.
a yard; ns lone; as the Bale lasts, 15 yards for $1.
New Ipt of EMBROIDERY EDGING nnd INSERTIONS
Regular 10c, nnd 15c. yard; now 5o, a yard.
New lot of CORSET COVER EMBROIDERY Regular
price, 50c. a yard; now 20c.
REMNANTS in DRESS GOODS now on display. Will
sell at your own price. '
HEAVY WHITE COTTON BLANKETS Regular $1
per pair; will let thesi ro at 65c. per pair.
REMEMBER! ONLY 10 MORE DAYS Or THIS GREAT
SALE -COME EARLY
Yee Chan & Co.,.
Comer Kint: nnd Bctlicl Streets
KODAK DEVELOPING; ARTICLES
OF MERIT FROM THE WORK
SHOPS OF THE BEST ARTISANS;
PRINTS, PAINTINGS, PHOTO-GRAVURES.
YE ARTS- & CRAFTS SHOP, Fort below King
. WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
We have just opened one of the
prettiest selections of
in many novel designs and shades
Also, Spring designs in our
Built by the Locomobile Co. 'of America, Bridccpott, Conn.
The "30" Locomobile Touring Car.
Very substantial shaft-drive, 120 inch
wheel base. 4 speeds and reverse.
The Safety and Reliability of the '
Locomobile are unquestioned.
It is a ear developed through eleven
years' experience and will give you com
plete and continued satisfaction.
Eleven years' experience in making and
maintaining Locomobiles insures you
courteous treatment and intelligent co
operation. The "30" Locomobile, Shaft-Drive
The " 40 " Locomobile, Chain-Drive
Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.
Evening Bulletin 75c Per Alomh