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And for a few days, we shall show a very beautiful display
of TRIMMED HATS In white, ranging in price from $3.75
JUST RECEIVED A large assortment of ladies' Black
Voile Skirts with silk drop skirt. These are the ver
latest creations of .art, both plain and prettily trimmed,
LADIES' NEW CRAVENETTE LONQ COATS All the
latest styles, in grey, brown, tan, fawn and mixtures;'
nicely trimmed. From $9 upwards.
LADIES' TAILORED LINEN COAT SUITS In white,
cream and colors, with contrasting cuffs and collar; large
buttons. Very stylish.
LADIES WASH SKIRTS In linen, repp, pique and
poplin, white and fancy colors. All prices.
CREAM, ENGLISH AND FRENCH, SERQES For la
dies' skirts and coat suits; different qualities. From $1.50
per yard up.
We take orders Ior the RE1S WOVEN INITIALS and
NAMES. Have your clothing properly marked.
Corner Fort and Beretania
MONEY - RAISING SALE
Still On at
Yec 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 QINQHAMS Regular price, 10c.
a yard; as long as the sale lasts, IS yards for $1.
New lot of EMBROIDERY EDGING and INSERTIONS
Regular 10c, and 15c yard? now 5c. a yard.
Hew 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 them go at 65c. per pair.
REMEMBER! ONLY 10 MORE DAYS OF THIS GREAT
SALE COME EARLY
Yce Chan & Co.,
Corner King and 'Bethel
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN
EACH- ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR HER OWN
, ttOOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP'
Dunn's Hat Shop
REMOVED TO 1221-23-25 FORT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL STREET
Candy Fresh Daily
We make the best graces of candy here and the as
sortment is large. Chocolates a specialty.
l THE TPAJLXL CAFE,
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
102R Uininnn Sr
Streets Opposite Fire Station
Electric Co., Ltd.
CABINET MINISTERS TAKE
OATH TO NEW KING
LONDON, May 9. rrcmler Asqulth, Right Honrtrnljlc Reginald Mr
Kenna, First Uml of tlia Admiralty, and other members uf the cabinet
have arrived here to tnkc tne oath or allegiance to' the new King, whose
accession, to the throne of his father wag publicly proclaimed today with
all Hhe quaint ceremony Incidental to the .event.
King Haakon of Norway and Queen Maud, daughter of King Kd-
rwnnl, arrived today from Norway,
tlon liy King George anil taken dlre:t to Ilurklngham Palace, where
they viewed the body of the dead King, Afterwards they attended a
special scrvlco in tho Chapel Itoyal.
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TAFT HOPES FOR RAILROAD BILL.
PASSAIC, N. J., May 9. President Taft It still most' optimistic
regarding the probability of the special administration bills passing at
this session of Congress. In the course of an address delivered hero to
night, tha President declared that the amendment plastered on tho Hall
road Hit! by the Senate Insurgents had not emasculated tha measure, as
has been stated, nor had they vitally affected It. He predicted trial this
bill would yet be passed in a satisfactory shape.
He believed also, he Bald, that the measure providing Statehood for
Arizona and New, Mexico would be passed and that the Postal Savings
.11111, tho Atitl-ltijutictlon Dill, tha measure broadening the work of tha
conservation of natural resources and that providing for enforced pub
licity of accounts Incurred for political campaign expenses would re
celve favorable consideration. It-
P0LITi6aL RIOTS IN HUNOARY.
llUUAPEST, Hungary, May 9. Political, rioting took place on the
street Mere today, the appearance of former Premier TlBia and Secre
tary of State Kosy at ,a time when excitement was running high pre
cipitating the affair. The crowd atoned the officials, tho Secretary of
State being knocked unconscious by one of the missiles, while the ex
Premier was struck several times. The police came iti tho rescue and
charged the mob, two men being killed before the, fighting came to an
NEW GOVERNOR-QENERAL FOR CANADA.
LONDON, lay 9. It Is now known'that betoro his death King Ed
ward expressed a desire that hlg brother, the Duke of Connaught, should
succeed Karl drey as aovornor-Oenernl of the Dominion of Canada, in
view of this wish, It is expected that King Ooorge. will carry out the
plan and the personal "representative of the Crown In America will be a
pcrwjii of royal blood. , i
ROOSEVELT MAY REPRESENT UNITED STATES.
PASSAIC, N. J., May 9. President Taft will probably designate
Theodore Koosevelt to attend tho funeral of King Edward In the capac
ity of a special ambassador from the United States.' The creation of n
special embassy for tho occasion will depend, howeVer, on the procedure
to be followed at the funeral by others of the powers.
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DR. HYDE'S WIFE ON STAND.
KANSAS CITY, May 9.--Mrs. Hyde, wife of Dr. Hyde, accused of
tho murder of Colonel Swope, tho millionaire, who 'has-been one of the
witnesses at the trial, accuses the State's witnesses of deliberate perjury
and of trickery in an effort to convict her husband.'1
CUBA SHIPS NONE TO
Russia Is Planning to Keep Her
bugar at Home Cuba Centrals
Are Closing Down No Near
Rise in Price.
WHIctt & Gray's latest sugar cir
cular reports on the raw Biigar market
under ilatu cu April 28 as follows:
Visible Supply.aital stock of
Europe and America 2,887,270 tons,
against 3.211,185 tons last year at tho
samo uneven dates. Tho decrease, of
stock la 323,915 tons, against a de
crease of 319,707 tons last week. Total
stockB and afloats togithcr show a via-
Iblo supply of 3,015,::70 tons, against
3,317,185 tons last jrar, or a decrease
of 301,915 tons.
Raws. The week under review has
b?un kopt under tl influence of free
offerings from Cuba and Porto Rico
and final quotations are tho nam) fn(
spot sugars as last week, 4.30c. pei
pound, 90 test. This Is also tho quota
tlou basts for next month's shipments
say. 2 15-lCc. c. and f. (4.30c. landed);
3c. c. and f. (4.3Cc.) was paid for 25,
000 bags Cuba for Juno shipment early
in tho week and were offered 'freely at
that basis throughout tho week with
out being taken. At least 300 000 bagi
May shipments were acccpteJ, lnclud
Ing Invoice tor shipment to Now Or
leans. No recent sales of Oubas an
reported for shipment to tho Unltcf
Europe opened and closed at 14s, Gd
for beets, with U4d. downward fluctua
tlons in tho week.
Markets both hero and abroad aro
under tho Influenco of too much sug
ar on offer for buyers' picueul wants
and this condition tends to put out of
sight for the time belnj the riling
price possibilities of the future, whou
scarcity of supplies will be felt, A
Bhort analysis of supplle-i ami demand
Is of Interest from tho stuulpolut of
Our rovision shows total itocks April
1st In statistical countr'es (Kussli not
Included) 2.882,559 ton?, u.alnit S?131,
308 tons last year, a decrease of 248,
749 tons for Europe and tho United
Slates together, but tho United States,
Including Cuba, show 85 731 tons In
crease and Europe by Itself 334,480
Russia Is playing Into 'ho lmulH ol
tho European speculators for hlghel
prices. Tho Russian Government reg
ulations havo reduced tho exputs of
sugar from that country up to March
2Gth (our latest date) 125,47.1 tons
fiom last year's exports during samo
time. Tho policy shown by theBo fig
tires Indicates that Euiope must not
expect holp'aiialrist short nuppllett from
that source. More that: that, these.
shoit Russian exports' have necussltut-
They were met at the railway Bta-
ed Increased fxportg to April 1st from
the short supplies of Continental conn
tries to extout,,R( 60,000 tonn over last
year. For , the, ,samo months of tho
campaign year to April Ibi the con
sumption, has Increased 70,000 tons
over last year, so that now I he statis
tical position ol Europe, excluding
Russia, is as follows as ve a.-o abln to
collate from statistics given by Messrs.
K. O Llchtund Otto Llcht to April Bt:
Estimated Supplies to September 1st.
European stock JVprll 1, 1910,2,117,239
Imports, April-Sept., 1909 .... 390.871
Total estimated supplies ..3,014.110
Consumption, Aprll-Scpt.,1909, 4.070 k'ii
Exports ,,,. 9I1.2JI
Estimated requirements oit
lost year's basis , 3,011,882
Estimated stock on abovu
basis, Sept. 4.1910 2,228
Note Our Block figures, April 1st
aro 2.1G8.570 tons, or 41,331 tons lnrg
cr than Messrs. I.lcht bIiow, uhlch
would leaveva surplus September 1st
of, 49,203 tofts. September, 1910, re
quirements for consumption about 3J0,
000 tons, must also, bo provided for by
Importation outside of tho now Euro
pean bcc crops,
This appears to bo tho conditions to
be anticipated beforo the close of tin,
present campaign, so that values busrd
upon the present offerings of engir
beyond Jmmedlato requirement, will
bo followed, sooner or later, by a do
maud for requirements greater than
tho supply ns far as Eurppo Is con
corned, America will wake up, also
when that tlmo comes, and Earopo
tries to draw too largely from our spec
ial sugar preserves.
Russia, by last cablo, advices, con
templates action to further detrca9v
exports by, abolishing ts oxporiatlon
drawback, aud-aleo oven to encourage
importations Into, Russia from ijontl
nentrfl countries by reducing its Im
nort tariff below tho cxclso tux ou
consumption. 8uch;actlon must please
tho European speculators fbr th i rise.
and dlscourago tha refiners and cou
Burners, who wish for cheaper Inftead
of dearer sugarB, Tho U. K. consumer
Is now paying well up to tho American
consumer's irlce,, notwithstanding tho
lower u, K, duties.
Tho Cuba crop is drawing rapidly to
a closo: 19 centrals cloned down this
woek and others follow dally.
Tho vlslblo production to dato In
creased slightly. Tho dry wuather U
varied by showers, foreshadowing tho
beginning of tho rnlny season HJon.
Java cables favorublo wouther for
the growing crop, with recent estltnnto
of 1,200,000 tons outturn unchanged,
European beet crop Is jMOsressIng
favorably as to field work.
Theestlmatq of 8 per cent IncrOaifl
In beet sowings still holds gricil.
No damage was done to tl.u Minis
lana canp crop by the recent freezing
weather which reached pur! of th')
utato.-and Injured cotton and fruits.
The, domestic beet crops aio unin
jured by the frosts and storms, plant
ings having only Just begin, and gin
promise of a good campaign year.
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At tbo close the rcnewm flrmnesK
of beet sugar In Europe hns u strength.
enlng Influence on our market und
would Improvo prices except for thu
very freo disposition of Cuba to i.e.l a
W, T. Pope, Superintendent of
Public Instruction, has Issued circu
lars to all principal of schools in
the Territory, requesting them to re
port any teachers under them who
are to resign from the service ut tho
close of the ) ear. Appointments for
the next school year are to be made
during the latter part of June, and
the number of vacancies to bo filled
should be known soon.
Commencing with the next school
j ear, the course of study In the
graded schools of the Territory will
be .hanged somewhat, A new course
has been planned and printed In
pamphlet form, and will bo sent to
all teachers and others Interested, at
Mrs. Anna II. Tucker, superin
tendent of music In the department
of public Instruction, has prepared
an outline of music for teachers In
the schools. The outline gives sug
gestions for the muslc'to be taught
In tho schools, and will make the
work In this subject uniform in all
Already a synopsis of subjects and
sample questions for the examina
tion to he given for teachers' certif
icates has been prepared and is now
being printed. These will bo Bent
to all teachers in the department,
to that a good Idea of the range of
subjects n'nd ground to be covered
may be understood by all applicants
or certificates. The examination
will be held in Honolulu three days
In August the 17th, 18th and 19th
ar the month.
School Commissioner William 11.
Rice of the county of Kauai was lu
the city yesterday and returned home
today. lie came here primarily to
take up the question of land and a
new schoolhouse on the Island of
ROOSEVELT INDORSES I
Says He Will Not Be Candidate
Again Wants Loeb to Be Gov
ernor of New York. 1
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 2.
Theodore RooseYelt has written let
ters to President Taft Indorsing tho
present administration. l
Tho letters also show he will not
he a candidate for the Presidency In
1912, nor for any other office in the
meantime. Ills decision to return
to private life Is given as final,
it is said he Is especially desirous
of having I.oeb named for Governor
of New York. ' ""''
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
rpHE SUIT we are selling for i
$20.00 shows what we have '
accomplished. They are really re- j
markable values. We have reached j
the climax of value giving in these j
splendid Blue Serge Suits.
They are suits we stand back' of ;
suits that will give you an unlimit'-
ed amount of satisfaction. We
guarantee them to be absolutely
fast colors and not to fade.' and
should it in any way prove un
satisfactory we will replace it "witlj !
another suit free-
B .gSSSBBSw "
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great bjaufy nnd grandeur, unique in its ,r--assemblanoe
of sheer walls 'of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of Uj stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reachedlby Rail A Quick, M
Dally ifrifnPservtce from"Mcrccd to the Park Line," con-
nects at jlerced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe. '
0. W. LEirMBfciTraffli Bfrnriper. Y. V. R R.. Merced. Cal.
WE SELL THE FAMQUS ORYSTALBUTTER :
BECAUSE IT IS SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS WHEN IT
LEAVES THE DAIRY, AND OUR FACILITIES. ENABLE. -
ua iu iUiir 11 Ai,WAxa
UM.X3itLJY9tM.M.tlCktJLM. UmOilT SS3 i
W. F. HEILBRON, Proprietor TELEPHONE 45 i
Always on hand for
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Sale or Exchange
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