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HVRNINO nm-T.ETJN, TTONOMTTVn, T. II., THtmSDAY. MAY -12, 1010.
TAFT'S FIRST CHOICE
I MIL II II MM .IWIL
FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
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. '. Crash ToWing
' Fifteen ynrdsor 51 : $1.10 a piece of 25 yards,
Fine quality; 27- Inches wide; 25c. a yard; reduced to
15c. a yard.
' . ' Bordeaux Linen
White, Navy Blue and Alice Blue; 20c. per yard; re.
duced'to 12'jC a yard.
n , Art Window Drapery
Thirty-six inches wide; 30c. a yard; reduced to 20c. a
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Comer Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
IS SAN FRANCISCO
HAN KIIANCISCO, May 11. There Is great rejoicing here over the
fiwbrrililc reception by President Tafi of 'th'o claims, of San Francisco as
tin? suitable plate for holding thd Panama Exposition In 191f, although
the President left n loophole In hU endorsement should he have need
for advocating the holding of another exposition In any other city In eel
ebratlon of the opening of the Panama Canal.
Tho President was the guest at dinner tonight of the San Fra'h
Cisco delegation nt Washington; at which the claims of this city wore
urged upon him. In his reply ho stated that If It be decided to cole
brato the opening of tho Panama Canal by the holding of a world's fair
In any otle city, he believed that San Francisco was the city thnt should
be selected. It was logical that such a election should be made, he said.
Tho question Is one for Congress to decide, tho President said In eon
elusion, but If Congress thought best that only 'one celebration should
be held, his lnlluen:o would be counted Upon to have San Francisco named
As the plaic for that celebration. '
ROBBERS LOOT A SOUTHERN PACIFIC TRAIN.
l'lIOKNIX, Ariz., May 11. An eastern-bound trnln on tho South
ern Pnclllc was captured near here today by bandits and the jiassengers
robbed, The bandits had placed obstructions upon the tfnbk, bringing
the train to a stop, when they held up the engine crew and com polled
them to go nhcad with tho locomotive, leaving tho passenger and mall
couches behind. ,
Among tho passengers robbed were the Attorney-General of Arizona
and two of his deputies.
After going through tho passengers, taking money And Jewelry, the
bandits mounted horses and made their escape Into the desert. A posse
Is out on their trail.
MONEY - RAISING SALE
Still On at
Yee 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. fJINGHAMS Regular price, 10c.
a, yardjiu Jong as the sale lasts, 15 yards for $1.
"" New'loVof EMBROIDERY EDGING and INSERTIONS
- Regular 10c. and 15c. 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
ell.. 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
Yee Chan & Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Streets
TURKS' LOSS IN BATTLE.
CONSTANTINOPLE, May 11. The resistance being offered by tho
Albanian Insurgents to the 'troops of the Turkish' army Is becoming se
rious; and the Insurrection Is assuming prop6rtldus alarming to the
Turkish government. Hoports received from tho scene of the fighting
are to the effect that during tho various engagements of tho past five
days the Turks have lost over two hundred men In killed olid wounded.
Arrangements nro being made to strengthen the Turkish nrmy nt
the front and carry on the .campaign against tho Albanians with vigor.
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PERU IS READY TO FIGHT. , '
GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador, May 11. It Is reported here that tho Peru
vian government has now an army of ten thousand men stationed un
the Ecuadorenn frontier, ready to Invade this .country tho moment war
Is declared. The situation Is tenso and active lidsflllUes may commence
ni any time, me Kcuauorean government Is active in Itsjnllltnry prep
arutlona, at the same time declaring that thero Isjio occasion for alarm.
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MADRIZ MAY ATTACK BLUEFIELDS.
II.UEFIEI.BS, May 11. President Madrli's -troops are reported to
be within ton miles of the city and the capture of this nlace Is feared
Tho Insurgents hnve'taken up n position of defense and nro hopeful of
driving the government troops back. The city has 'been declared under
mnrllnl law. An engagement Is Imminent; '
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RIVER BOAT SINKS WITHDREW. :,
ST. LOUIS, May 11. One of the river" )ackHt boats plying out of
hero was sunk today In u collision n'nd six of tier, crew were drowned'.
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rpHE SUIT we are selling fffl
x $20.00 shows what we hareV
accomplished. Ihey are really rg
markable values. We have reachecli
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me ciimax 01 vaiue giving m ineset
splendid Blue Serere Suits;
They are suits we stand back pf,
suits that will give you an unlimif- $
ed amount of satisfaction. We ?;
guarantee them to be absolutely;
fast colors and not to fade, and
should it in anv wnv nrnve urn
satisfactory we will replace it witlv
another suit free.
Madeira, Oriental, and Val
Large Stock, Qualities Unequalled
See Window Display
L. AHOY, - Nuuanu St,
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR HER OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACpD TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Candy Fresh Daily
We make the best (grades of' candy here and the as
sortment is large. Chocolates a specialty.
THE PALM CAFE,
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
I02H Nnnnnri St
Cars tJump The Track
StiakuHiionro'a "Comedy of Errors"
Ib not to be epoken of In the same
county as the comedy of errors that
attended the Inauguration of tho ten
mluute service on the Hotel street
und Wululno brunch this morning.
It' turned out to bo a forty-minute
service lustead of one of ten minutes,
and It was after 7 o'clock when pas,
hungers who took the first car In,
arrived In town.
Tho schedule Is all right, but carB
can not run on a schedule they gen
erally use a track for the purpose ol
getting over the ground and this
morning neither schedule nor track
The first car out to Kalmukl at
tempted to take the switch at Fifth
avenue, and In doing so took most
of the road with It, the rear trucks
leaving tho track completely. After
fuddling around for some time, which
seemed to make matters worse, the
second car came along and, by re
moving the fenders, managed to cou
ple onto the derailed car and pull It
back onto tho track.
The second car was number 23,
and it went on its way up the hill.
About this time the third car. No,
3, closed in, and that tended to mix
matters further, as In taking the
switch this last car. was uIbo de
TIore seemed to be a lack of un
derstanding In the art of replacing
a derailed car.
The car was eventually blundered
onto the track, and the passengers,
who had already made two transfers',
macje the third and started for town.
At tho White road another east
bound car was met. After a time
tho empty car concluded that tho
passengers had some claim to the
right-of-way, and It backed up to
tile switch at MolllllL Instead of
backing right back to the baseball
switch, and occasioned another delay
to the inbound passengers by trying
to negotiate the switch leadlpg to
Arriving at the corner of 'Alakea
and Hotel streets, nnothcr car was
met. After b'oiiio more hoohoo the
delayed cars, .turned down Into Ala-,
keh street pjid! tied up the cars ot
that line for a time.
Taken all round, the Introduction
of tho ten-mlnuto service for Kal
milk I wns not a howling success at
the start, but it Is Imped that things
will got regulated from now on.
The new schedule will be much
appreciated by the residents of Kal
mukl and Palolo, but nt tho Bamo
time tlicke same people must remem
ber that the cars leaving the top of
the hill at C:2(! and CMC p. m. go
to Alapal stroct.only, and carg leav
ing Wyllle street nt 8:2S and 8: If.
ni m. go to Alapal street only.
Through cars will leave Walalne
terminus for Wyllle street at 5:.r.G
a,, m. and every- JO minutes there
after up to 8:20 a. in.
Through cars' will leave Walnlno
for Wyllle street at 3:3G, 3:SC, 4:1G
and 4:3fi p. m. and cvorylo minutes
thereafter up to 0:00 p. m.
Through carg will leave Wyllle
street for Wnlnlne at 3:55 p. in. and
every 10 minutes thereafter up to
6 An p. m.
REV. JOHN HIGW
News has rvacbrd this city of tho
death of Itov. John II, Hlggtns. Mr,
Illgglns Is well known to a great many
people of this .city, through his mar
rlago with Mrs., h. McCully.
A Maine paper. Uedls nt somo length
with tho life of Mr. Illgglns, telling nt
his early financial successes und of
later leaving tlio business world and
taking up tho work of the church, to
which ho do voted tho latter years of
With Mrs. NETTIE HARRISON'S 4-DAY HAIR
COLOR. It It tht only ntlrsly tucctutul nd
satisfactory prspiratlon for the purpott.
Slmplt H trmlist CrUln. Sold lor 20 yurt,
ncommondid and uitd with satisfaction by'
thoutanda. Contains no laad. sulphur or other
harmful Ingrtdltnt. II "dyts" and "rtslortrs"
hava disappointed you, try this. It never falls.
$1.00. At all llrst-clata druggists and
BENSON. SMITH & CO.
Fort and Hotel Sts.
TO BRING TEST CASE
On an appeal from the District
Court, the parties In the suit ot the
Territory of Hawaii vs. James Carty,
for non-payment of sewer rates, to
day entered upon' a stipulation to
bring a test case of the matter in
tho Supreme Court.
The stipulation reads: "The par
ties hereunto stipulate In open court
that tho case may stand submitted
and decision and judgment may be
withheld until n final determination
by tlio Supremo Court of a test case
to be hereafter brought deciding the
principles of law Involved and upon
the question of whether tho con
tract entered Into with the Super
intendent of Public Works, tor use
of the public sewer, was entered Into
by duress, undue Influenco or Hie'
gaily by reason ot regulations ot the
Hoard of Public Health In regard to
tewors and cess pools."
We Have a Verv Larve Stock
Everything ot this charac
ter that your' business de
mands will be found in our
store in preat variety.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Building
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic' Attraction of -California
A valley of great bjanty and grandeur, unique in its'-
assemblance of sheer'walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of- its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A Quick,
Daily train, service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER. Traflh Manager. Y. V. R R.. Merced. Cal.
Blank Books and
OFFICE iUPPLY CO.
Repaired, cleaned, and made as
good as new. All work guaranteed.
Ring up Telephone 10 and we will
do the rest.
WE SELL THE FAMOUS CRYSTALBUTTER
BECAUSE IT IS SUPERIOR TO ALL OUTERS WHEN ITJ
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inii-u ijui jjmjvi, Aiiu uun cnbuiiiir.3 x.nnuijxi
US TO KEEP IT ALWAYS FRESH.
W. F. HEILBR0N, Proprietor
BooM Books! Books!
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg. .
Just Arrived at
A. B. ARLEIQH & CO., LTD.
Hotel, Opposite Union
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
for all sorts of cuts, bruises, burns und
strains. Taken internally It cures ill
unhca and dysbnteryV Avoid siibsll
tutus. 25c, 35c li ml Kile.
"For Rent" cards on sale at
tht Bulletin office.
Miss Kicker '-What a commonplaco
lot of men our Congressmen ari'."
Miss Snicker "How do you knowT"i
Miss Kicker "By tho anecdotes Ilia
magazines print about thetn." Jmlgo.
A largo party of unthcrn excursion-.
Isis nro given hearty welcome nt San I
Always on hand Tor Sale or Exchange
Auto Supply Department-. ,.
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