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EVENINQ MtI,U5TIN, HONOLULU.. T. It., WnDNESDAY. MAT 11, 1910
ON MONDAY MORNING
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 Ladles' Black
Voile Skirts with silk drop skirt. These are the verv
(latest creations of art, both plain and prettily trimmed.
LADIES' NEW CRAVENETTE LONG COATS All the
latest styles, in jrcy, brown, tan, fawn and mixtures;
nicely trimmed. From $0 upwards.
I -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, SERGES For la
dies' skirts nnd coat suits; different qualities. From $1.50
per yard up.
We take orders tor the REIS WOVEN INITIALS and
NAMES, nave your clothing properly marked, t
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Bcretania Streets Oppositc'Firc Station
MONEY - RAISING SALE
Still On at
Yee Chan & Co.
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STREETS
LADIES! TAKE OUR ADVICE AND COME THIS IS THE
OPPORTUNITY TO SUPPLY YOUR WANTS FOR THE
1 YEAR REMEMBER! WE NEED THE MONEY
' FANCY and PLAIN GINGHAMS Regula'r price, 10c.
a yard; as long as the sale lasts, 15 yards for $1.
New lot of EMBROIDERY EDGING and INSERTIONS
Rtfgular1 10c. and lSe.'yard; now 5c. 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 them go at G5c. per pair,
REMEMBER! ONLY 10 MORE DAYS OF THIS GREAT
SALE COME EARLY '
Yee Chan & Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Streets
D0LL1VER AND CUMINS
,Di:s M01.NIC9, In., May 10. SiVntors J. ,P,V polllver anit A. It.
CuiuiulliK a'ddressed n great gathering iieie, tuufght In the opening
mertlrg of tilt! political campaign for the Republican InsurgcntB, on
mnuiclng that the light now on was to ,1)0 on o( 'the progressive wing
of tlie' party ugalnst the reactionaries. Until speakers nttnckcil the
I'n)iic-Aldrlcl tariff as a scheme of legalized robbery by the manufactur
ers against the country.
Benntor Dolllver made no personal nttnek against the President,
but scored the President's nwocfatci and il'osest oihNcrs unmercifully.
He said thnt Taft was a good limn but one who did not Know how to
handle the men he had around blm, who Knew exactly what they want
ed and how tp manipulate affairs and socuro legislation to get It.
Senator Aldrlch he referred to as a man allied to and bound up with
tho trusts, lie was the Senatorial representative, declared the speaker,
of tho auggeiihclms, of Thomns I Ilynn, of Paul Morton, of the mam
moth triiBt that had Becurod tho monopoly of tho production of rubber
inanufaLturers In tho country, wnose charter allowed them to secure tho
monopoly of tho coal lands of Alaska and allowed them to go Into any
Industry that they might dcslro to nnd forco out competition.
Doth speakers' announced that tho Insurgents In tho House and Sen.
ntc would never Ield, but would ' ght until they had forced tho Itcpiib
lldn party control out. of tho hands Into which It had drifted during
tho 'past year.
CHINESE RIOTERS BURNING MISSIONS.
OIIANO-8HA, China, May 10. Anll-forelgn rioting has again
broken out In this district, nnd It Is reported that tho Yuen Chow mis
sion has been destrojed by tho rioters, tfo loss of life Is reported, but
those in chargo of tho mission are reported as llcclng toward this city
This Is tho Fcventh mission la Buffer so far "Ih the riots, which be
gan us rlco riots and lino developed Into raco riots. On April 17 tho
Catholic, Norwegian and inland mission buildings In this city wcro
burned,, and tho American Episcopal and Weslcynn missions wcro loot
ed. Tim llrst reports sent out announced tho Yalo mlsslop safe, but It
wns burned In the Inter rioting. ' j;
FOREST FIRES IN MINNESOTA.
MILiWAb..t:i:, May 10. Northwestern Minnesota was today swept
lij ore of tho greatest forest conflagrations In tho history of tho coun
try, nn area of llvo hundred square miles being cleaned out by tho
Tho many ranches In tho forest clearings have been wiped out, and
tho town of Tuft Is destrojed, not a building escapli g tho general de
struction. Tho hrf Ib jet burning, and the lllngo of Corning Is threatened.
Hn-k llrcs have Jiecu started, and fireguards aro being cut to stop the
sweep 'of tho flames. v
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HYDE DEFENSE HAS RESTED ITS CASE.
KANSAS CITY, May 10. The defense hi, tho (aRe of tho Stalo
against Dr. II. C. Hide, on trial for the alleged murder of Col. Thomas
II. Swope and nceused of the murder of Clirlsnitfn Swope and a nurBe,
linn rested Its ense.
Madeira, Oriental, and Val
Large Stock, Qualities Unequalled
See Window Display
.L.-AH0Y, - Nuuanu St.
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE TOR 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.
Candy Fresh Daily
Wc make the lest grades of candy here and tho as
sortment is large. Chocolates a specialty,
THE PALM CAFE,
Plebiscite Not Final,
States He -Will Work Eor Federal Pro
hibition Again If Defeated
At the Soils
Ilcforu a gathcilng of local members
of tho Women's Christian Tcmperanco
Union at Central Union church ca
torday afternoon, John (1. Woolloy de
clared without nualltlcatlon that If tho
phohlbitlonlsts uro defeated In tho ap
proaching plebiscite that ho will go to
Washington ugnln and endeavor to
fasten u Federal prohibitory law upon
In conformity with his statement
that hu would not accept the expressod
wish of the voters of Hawaii as Dual
on tho question of prohibition, Wool-
ley stated that It would bo wlso to
prepare for the eventuality of defeat.
Accordingly, ho suggested that It
would b9 wlso for tho women of tho
Christian Temptranco Union to tnlto
(ho InltlBtlvo toward securing a strav
vote, so that ha would bo armed with
a jinltcd expression of Hawaiian wom
anhood If tho prohibitionists aro de
feated at tho plebiscite and he has to
go to Washington ugaln to work for a
Mrs. Walter l Ircar took a leading
part In tho dlsiuBsjon yesterday af
ternoon and Informed tho women pres
ent that khe had discussed with Mrs.
Whitney and Mr Woolloy tho'plan of
having tho women votu on the ques
tion. When tho assembled women
'wero askid to express their views
! practically tho whole gathering nroto
and promised their aid. Mrs. I-rcnr
ntntori thnt nlinnt 1300 wnlllil hn 10-
n,.!,..! fn, ttin u ,,(!
Woolley's definite announcement
that ho would not accept an antl pro
hibitionist vote at tho plebiscite in
Hunt was made without qualification.
j "Thy war will go on," declared
' Wnnllnv "It mfiv lift iL thirty years'
I rebellion but It will continue, for tho
liquor trufllc must dlo. It wo aro do
fcatcd In this light wo will tako th'
matter again before Congress, buckfJ
by the unlUd volco of Hawaiian worn
Woolley also expressed regret that
ho was not nblo to securo a suffrage
provision In tho resolution providing
for tho plebiscite but stated that th
Idea was not pressed because ho w,it
advised by members of Congress tint
Its Inclusion would Jtopardlzo tho
i ftj I
rPX" 'Mitt rbAi
THE SUIT we are selling for
$20.00 shows what we have
accomplished. They are really re- -markable
values. We have reached
the climax of value giving in these
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 colore and not tcT fade, and
should it in any way prove un---satisfactory
we will replace it with v
another suit free-
JT WwF M Wx.
YOUR table linen
has lost its lustre;
do you know why?
Is it not because you
have allowed your laun
dress to wash it with
ordinary laundry soaps,
which, being overstrong
in alkali, "cut" the fabric
and make linen look like
Use Ivory Soap 'and
your linen troubles will
.No "free" alkali In it; no
coloring- matter; nothing but
soap, soap that Is 99Jiio per
994o Per Cent. Pure
NEW HATS, Coast Styles'
I02B Nnnsnn Rt
Ready For Completion
Of Cathedral '
Tho annual meeting of t,ho congre
gation of Bt. Andrew's Cathedril was
held nt tho I'arlBh House latt ovcnlnij
Hi ports from all tho church orinnlza
ttons nnd Guilds wero encouraging
The following reports wore roan: 8t
Andrew's Sunday School, Bt. Andrew's
Women's Guild, Women's Auxiliary
Junior Auxiliary Ilrotheihood of 81.
Andrews, Alien MncklntuMi Memorial
Committee, niillilliiKH and Grounds
Commlttco and other committees.
Tho vestry was Instructed to enter
tain tho visiting tleig) Uud Hy lel
gates la the cuivpc,illun wllch meoti
next Saturday afternoon,
1'lnnn for Iho roinplellnu or 'he
CiltliPtliiil will ho fcut fni and the
memorial tower will bo Immediately
commenced, thero being ulready funds
on hand and pie Igcs secured to tha
'amount of I4,U00,
' A Seo houso will ho erect d on
Eiimm Square, on tho old Prior all 3
I width will ho of tho most model li
church nrchltecturu ami prohah'y it
Tho following wore elected vettrj
. men for tho ensuing year: Wardens-'
Robert Cotton and II. M. vtm Holt;
vestry mm T, C. Havles, 1.. T, Vn.h,
13 W. Jordan, Oto. V. Dtnlson, Tom
Sharp, W. I. nmnry, Jas. Wakefield
Counsel In tho case of Georgo I..
Alexander vs. Whitney & Marsh ar
gued before Judge Coopor today ou
tho motion to discuss the cane, and
tho case wus continued until June 13
at 9 a, in, A fow dajs ago Ihe defend
ants entered a motion to dismiss too
tnso on tho ground Unit It had been
before tho mrt for pmro than a .yiuf
without any nttttmpt on the pirt of
tho plaintiff to bring It lo trl.il,
We sometlineirtnTiik the I.oul u
nh'il old mtiljJK foi Iho purpnhn of
ninMiig mariieu woiuen euvioui-,
FOOD INSPECTOR IS
Food Inspector Duncan has 13
sued a warrant for tho arrest of 9.
Nekcmoto, a Japanese who resides Pt
A lea. Tho complaint states that No to
moto sold liquor designated as "II)1)
ert Morton's Ilrnnd, London Stylo, Dry
Gin Compound," uud thnt tho IMrc
Food law wus theieby broken.
Another chargo of having sold a con
coction ended "Superior Double Dis
tilled Gcnovn Hollands" was also
brought ngalnst Iho defendant, and
ho will liHVo to appear In court tomor
row on both charges.
ASKS TO SEiypl ESTATE
A. M. Urown, guardian for Knlllkei,
filed a petition with tho court this
morning asking authority to sell cer
tain real ostato belonging to his ward
In order that money might be provided
to keep her and her chlldro 1.
Kalllkea has one-sixth Int -rest In a
small lot of land In Hnluwn, and uwus
n parcul of 0110 aero, E 75-100 qlialus
Tho only Incoma sho has I) from th-i
rent from this second lot, which
amounts to Ji.O per annum, tilul tho
guardian states that $180 per annum
Is necessary to ki4p hir uud tho dill
Another reason for tho salo of thin
real estato set forth lu tho putiticn Is
that Kalllkea is Indebted to tho rormcr
guuidlau, Kcka, now decciBid, for
.OPEN ALI YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great beauty and grandeur, unique in Hi
atscmblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its 'stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rai! A QuicK,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nccts at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
0. W. IEHMER. Train? Manager. Y. V. R It.. Merced. Cal.
WE SELL THE FAMOUS CRYSTAL BUTTER
BECAUSE IT IS SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS WHEN IT
LEAVES THE DAIRY, AND OUR FACILITIES ENABLE
US TO KEEP IT ALWAYS FRESH.
W. F. HEILBR0N, Proprietor
WIRTZ In Honolulu. May 9, 1I0, in
Mi. nnd Mrs, Apiluoso Wirt, 11 bon.
Always on hand for Sale or Exchange
Auto Supply Department
Inler-lsland and O, It. & h. shipping
biKiks fm biiIii nl tho Hull Ml 11
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