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KVENTNO niTLT.ETIN, HONOI.UIU, T 11., miDAV, MAY 13. iblO.
AT Til 12
Parisian Art Co.
Mexican Drawn Work, Consisting of Bed Spreads, Center Pieces,
Bureau Scarfs and Doilies
Beautiful Patterns and Pure Linens
Sale Begins Next Mondav. and Will Last Three Days Only
Our Window Display will interest you. Ccme early and secure
Come to this Sale. This is the op
portunity to supply your homes with
prettv things, while the PRICES, arc
BEDSPREADS; size 80x100. Were
S18; now $11.
CENTERPIECES: sizes 18 to 51 ins.
Were $1.50 to $10; now 80c. to
BUREAU SCARFS' size 20x54 and
20x72. Were $1.75 to S8.50; now
85c. to $5.
DOILIES at 23c. and 40c.
Parisian Art Co.,,
'FORT STREET ITARBISON BUILDING
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,
$1.15 "T" '
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.
F. E. Davis, Nuuanu and
Agent for Celebrated Ueata
Ivory Soap will not.
That is the safe ruio
for the best cleansing of
everything that is wash
able. It applies to the hands,
face and body; to fine
furniture, laces, embroid
ered articles, curtains
and a hundred other
994too Per Cent. Pure.
. QUICKLY UNTIED
Artist Gains Her Suit But. Undervaluation (J.' Orient
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, abote Union Square
Jul oppotlu lioltl Si. Fttncli
European Plan S1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish,
lngs cost $200,000. High class hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
and retail district. On carllnes trans,
ferrlne alio ver city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send (or
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
drink of, the best. beer or
liquor can be had in pleasant
surroundings if you visit the
0. J. MCCARTHY, Proprietor
Hotel and Bethel Streets
Abandons Part Of
San Francisco, May 4. Ton niliiutcn
were nil that wore needed yesterday
for Judgo Tioutt In Kraut nil Inti-rloc-utnry
decree nf dlwircq, to Mrs. May
Mott-Snjlth lllnl Cimnlnjdiaiil. the
nr(lsl und designer, from .Charles (!.,
Cunningham, a well-known' lnwcr nnd
politician, Mrs. Ciinnlnglpni In the
daughter Of John Mutt-Smith, former
ly minister plenipotentiary of Hawutl
to tlio United States. The decree was
Krnntcil on the gtnundx of willful do
sertlon although Mis. Cunningham'
original complain' wis for cruelly nnd
Nome of men well-known In San
rrnnclsco which wo.-o mentioned In
tho husband's cross complaint were,
saved from going on tho court rec
ords when ,lt wns decided not to open
the sealed envelope, which contained
the cross complaint. Tho litiatiaml'i
nnswer wns sealed nt the recpioat of
Mrs. Cunningham's attorneys. .Curtlss
Hlllycr. representing Cunningham wns
present In court yeatcidny hut of
fered no contest to the case. It was
announced that nil (property settle
ments had been made out.of court, .In
her original complaint Mrs. Cunning
ham nsked for $100 alimony.
It Is believed that tho price pn!d by
Mrs. Cunningham for keeping her bus
band's cross complaint from going on
tho records wns the waiving of tho
nllmonv demands by tier second com
plaint. wlilch mentioned neno of tho
allegations of tho original one. Cun
ningham owns valuable prlpcrty In
Mnrln county, ills wife's tlrst com
plaint asks for n restraining order to
prevent Cunningham from selling tho
nronerty nnd defrauding her of her
share. Ndthlng of this appears In tho
complaint upon which the womnn ye.-
tetday secured tier separation,
II. T. MILLS SUED
Harry T. .Mills will occupy, for
htm. n unique position it the police
court this, afternoon. The man of
ninny bills .Is .being sued by C. K.
Spencer for, tho sum of $160, which
the complainant says Is owing to
Mills will !1 lit the case strenuous
HAVE YOU THOUGHT ABOUT
SPENDING VACATION DAYS. AT
Special Rates to Teachers
al Goods Has Been ,
SAN FRANCIS :o, May 7. In
dlctments which It Is mderalioil
were decided uucii by tl.n Fcdetil
grnnd Jury yosterlay agalist u Jnr
nnos'e firm of Importers m.Vrked the
beginning of n ciiikndo, of. criminal
prosecutions to bo Instituted against
local Importers of Oriental wnrvs who
have been definudlng the, customs of
ficers by. undervaluing their goodu.
Undervaluation of great" quantities
of. fancy goods Is known to be 'the
reason for the l-V'dorul grand Jury s
action, which has been anticipated
for some time by attaches of San
Francisco's custom hoiisu.
T. Shlblta, who is one of thchcav
lest Importers In Sim Frnnclvo of ex
pensive Oriental goods, was men
tioned Inst night ns the most prom
Incut of the Japanese Importers un
der the probe of the Federal grand
Jury. Tho Risen Company Is an
other of the linixirlera and traders
against whom the government Is pre
pared to push' prosecution to' the ut
most. Victor Marsh of San Fran
cisco and Pasadena, S. K. 1-Jroat ol
I.os Angeles and I. Onto' of Donvor
ure nlleged to have been marked by
tho Fcdernl Inquisitors for Investiga
tion on account of alleged, underval
uation on such iv scale Hint In sev
eral cases the government's local
appraisers raised the Importer's val
uation more than GO pit" cent.
Prosecution Promised, '
Cilmlual prosecution .of thosV
ngalnst whom the Indictments liavu
been tiled, secretly Is promised In flov
eminent circles, and Assistant United
Stntts Attorney Illnck Is said to bo
slated to conduct tho cases for the
Tieasury Depat Uncut, which has fol
lowed up these purllculnr cases re
lentlessly ever slnco Chief Appraiser
Mutton, of the local customs house, up
held tho raises inaile by tho local ex
aminers. Hpeclnl Agent Dean has received
from the Treasury Department at
Washington special Instruction to In
vestigate thoroughly every loci) casu
of undervaluation; with the Idea of
criminal prosecution being brought by
tho Federal authorities.
Impoitntlons to the value of a quar
ter of it million doltnrs were, held up
In Mny, June nnd July of last year by
WH1TNBV& MARSH, Ltd.
Russian Blouse Style.
ly and It renalns to be Been If be
will be ns susceraful In defending! ue ,.XIUners on charges of gross
us he bns been prosecuting In thol,iniiorvn1iintlon. Victor Mnrsh. Kcroat
past. It wniilu bo something new
to hear a verdljt allowing "costs, at
torney's Wes and Interest til date"
given by the Judge against Mills.
gy-'Tor Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
and others protested loudly ngaltiht
such action and complained ngalnst
the valuations of tho local examiners.
upon whose ublllty they cast doubts
Appraiser Mnttos and Special Agent
Johnson investigated, with the result
that the examiners woro commended
KODAK DEVELOPING; ARTICLES
OF MERIT FROM THE WORK
SHOPS OF THE BEST ARTISANS;
PRINTS. PAINTINGS, PHOTO-GRAVURES.
YE ARTS & CRAFTS SHOP, Fort below King
Collector Stratum Indorsed tho find
ings of tho local official!.
In Shlbatn's cufo Special Agents F
K. Johnson and W. II. Tldwell dis
closed secret piles lists, private Ini
poit Invoices In Japanese cipher und
Arabic numerals ami revealed tin)
code by which they havo been read.
BATTLESHIP FLORIDA IN CRADLE OF STEEL, AND
MISS FLEMING, WHO CHRISTENED DREADNOUGHT
Sachi Block, Fort and Beretania Sts.
Fine furnlsticti rooms, xi per aay
fJO and upwards per month. Splen
MRS. 0. A. BLAISDELL. Pros.
First-Class Farailv Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach
W. 0. BEROIN. Prop.
1129 Fort St.
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS
B3STON BROWN BREAD.
BESI HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Bine nn 197
An alteration having nrlsen among
tho local Japanese regarding tho dis
bursement of subscribed funds during
tho agitation of last year when the
Japanese plantation laborers went
on strike, the Nlppu JlJt publishes tho
photogrnpliH of threo receipts for
$2500, $1300 and $1200 tejpectlvelv,
signed by "J. I.lghtfoot."
Somo of tho leaders of tho strlko
were making a noiso about vhen tho
them at rest.
KfflK THE FLORIDA
" MmSXi'. SURROUNDED
3!lS?W ' hOF STEEL AND
y8S$tft$Tik w WOODSR
d'm. '' - jSrfVLawd
'BOY INJURED IN
Automobile "Ko, CO ran Into and scrl
nusly injuretl M. Fernandez, son of
Deputy Sheriff KcrnanJn, last night
down nt the corner of King nnd l.lll
ha streets. Tho mr.cl.Iue, which was
driven by Patrick Sillllvi.n, was pro
ceeding along Kin? street when t,iwi
lads ran out from thu sldcvnlk am!
tried to pass In. front of the car. The
llrrt boy passed safely, but tho sec
ond vou th was hlf by thn automobile
nnd thrown to tlio ground.
Sullivan ut once stopped his car
nnd picked the youuifslLv up. Seeing
thut tho boy was nadly injured the
chaufftur conveyed Fernniul-7. to the
Queen's Hospital, wheio ho is doing
us well ns can bo oxpec'rJ
NKW YORK) May 13. Undo Sam's I,. Mcyor, along with governors und
crenest'b;iiiii.siiln. tii. viorMn. w.is admirals, attended tho launching. Tho
launched May 12 from thu Brooklyn
navy yard. The photograph shows j,,, .(,
Florida Is about sixty
cumpleted and will bo
f-ntitmlKRlnll pnrlv tli-vt
the glajitvof tho sun hidden bshlnd u year, when with, tho North Dakota,
out, but the photos hiivo sot (network, 'of steel and woodeirscatfohU, Delawnto nnd .her cistor ship, tho
st - -A I hut an' aimy of woiimoii Bwnriiied Utah, she will constitute tho first ill-
over the mountain uaitieninp ami thu vision of Dreaduoughts In the Anier
Florida was ready to glide Into tho lean navy. The Utah, which Is being
water on schedule tlmo. President built In n prlvnto yard. 'Is about (15 par daughter of Judgo llyrd M. Tenrson of
Tart, Secretary of Nnvy (leorgo voa ' cent completed, Miss Kllzaboth l.egro) tho supieiuo couit of Florida.
185 editorial rooms 250 busN
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the D u 1 1 e 1 1 n office.
Fleming, who chrUtencd the Flor
ida, Is ono of tho mo3t charming youn
women of tho south and a member cf
ono of, the most prominent Florida
fnmllles. Miss Fleming's ancestors on
both sides of tho house havo long
played a part In tho history of her nil
tlvo stato. To her great-grandfather,
Captain dcorge Fleming of Ireland,
was grnntcd a largo' tract of land on
Iho 8t. JohnM river, now known ns
Fleming's Island by tho king of Spain
In recognition of military services
when Florida was a Spanish province.
Her Brandiother, Colonel l.owls Flem
ing, married a Miss Margaret Sutoq
of the Setons of' Scotland und lived at
this placo. He fought In tho Semlnolo
wur. Miss Fleming's father, Francis
1', Fleming, was a young oltlcer In tho
Confederal army nnd was governor
of Florida fiom 18S9 to 1S93. Her
mother, who was descended from the
liaiiiums, a llugnennt fumlly. wob the
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
IN THE CinCUlT COURT OF TUB
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
In Probate. At Chambers. In the
matter of the Estate of I.ulu Qrau
(otherwise known as Lulse Katliar
iue Mathilda Orau). llefore W. J.
Robinson. On reading and filing the
petition and accounts of Mrs. Dora
R, Isenberg, Win, Pfotenhauor mid
II. Schultzo, Executors of the Last
Will und Testament of Lulu Orau
(otherwise known as Lulse Kathar
ine Maihllde Orau), wherein they
auk to be allowed $1080.70 nnd they
charge nemselves with $23G7.Ci,
and ask that the Bnmo may bo ex
amined and approved, and that a
final order may be made of Distribu
tion of the property remaining In
their hands to tho persons thereto
entitled, and discharging them and
tholr sureties from all further ro
sponsiblllty as such Executors; t fi
ordered, that Saturday, tho 28th'day '
of May, A. 1). 1010, at 10 o'clock
a. in., before the Judge of said Court
at the courtroom ut the said Court
ut Honolulu, island of Oahu, be and
Uio same' hereby U appointed as tho
time nnd place for hoarlng Bald Pe
tition and Accounts, nnd that all per.
sons Interested may then and thern
appear and show cause, If any they
have, why the same Bhould not be
grnntcd, und. may present evidence
us to who are entitled to the said
property. Dated nt Honolulu, this
21st day of April, 1910. Illy the
Court: M. T. 8IMONTON, Clerk of
the Circuit Court of the First Cir
cuit. 1900 Apr. 22, 29;,Mny C, 13,
fent . .1. i 9b,