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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. 11., MONDAY, MAY 16, 1910.
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F6r Monday, Tuesday, an J Wednesday
EMBROIDERY FLOUNCING An assortment of pat-
term, 18 inches wide; 60c. per yard, icduced to 40c. a
yard. GERMAN TORCHON IACE 2ia to 3 inches wide;
$1 a dozen yards, red iced to GOc. a dozen yards. VELOUR
FLANNELS Pretty patterns and nice quality; 27 .inches
wide; 20o. a yard, reduced to 12o. a yard. CURTAIN
SWISS White with red, blue and green dots; 30 inches
wide; 25c. a yard, reduced to 0 yards for SI. TWILL
TOWELING 5c. per yard, $1.10 for piece of 25 yards.
NEW GOODS AHover Embroidery, Edrings, Insertions and
Bcadingi, Also a Anc assortment of Embroidery Flouncing!.
Very pretty for graduating dresses. TRIMMINGS New
styles of trimming for wash dresses, in pink, lavender,
navy and light blue; fast colors. LADIES' SCARFS A'
beautiful line of Scarfs, in silk mull, chiffon, and crepe de
chine; absolutely the best assortment we have shown. They
arc in floral designs and plain colon, fringed. FLAXONS
Wc carry a (rood assortment of Flaxons, in checks and
stripes. Best quality.
SACHS' DRV GOODS CO.
Corner Fort nnd Bcretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
MORE LIGHT SHED ON
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 1C In connecllon with Hie Taft let
ter on the Ilalllngcr nflnlr, and which Stenographer Kerby makes am
dnvlt to the effect thnt the draft of (he letter came originally from the
land depaitment, the committee called Atlorncy-Oeneral Wlckershani ob
a witness. Wlckershani stnted that ho had knowledge of the draft let
ter mentioned In Kerhy'g nffldavlt. The letter had boen written In tho
offlce of tho Assistant Attorney-Ocnernl, and had been forwarded to the
President, na stated. The President did not sign that letter, however,
hut used It ns a basts for tho drafting of tho letter he did sign.
Tho committee, secured n copy of the draft letter, and n comparison
of It with the letter signed by tho Trident showed that tho latter had
Incorporated the first two paragraphs In his letter, but nail changed the
The first two paragraphs of the famous letter contain only a gen
oral review of tho Glavis charges. These wcro written by tho Assistant
Attorney-General. Tho lengthy con-Hiding paragraphs are those of-tho
President, In which he denounces tho Glavis charges us based on "spec
tres of suspicion," ending his lctto,- by tho following endorsement of
"WITHIN THE LAW. ,
"In my Judgment, he Is the bou frlond of tho policy of conserva
tion who Insists that every step taken In that direction should bo with
in the law and buttressed by legal authority. Inslstenco on this Is not
Inconsistent with n whole-hearted and bona Ado Intorest nnd enthusiasm
In faor of conservation. From my conferences with you and from
everything I know In respect to the conduct of your department, 1 am
able to say that jou aro fully In sympathy with this administration g at
titude- In favor of conservation of natural resources."
F. E. Davis, Nuuanu and
Agent for Celebrated Ueata
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
Horlick's Malted Milk
is the most delicious, nourishing food-drink known for
the anaemic, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. So easily
and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest
stomach. It is simply a pure food, invigorating and
It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink is
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and
nursing mothers. Endorsed by physicians everywhere.
Sample! free to PhyilcUm and Drufbti.
At all Druggists. '
HORLICK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Raolm, Wis., U. S. A.
CAPTAIN OK INDUSTRY DEAD.
ST. LOUIS, May IB. James V. Van Cleave, president of tho Ducks
Stove and llango Company, died hero tonight. Ho was CI cars of age.
Van Clcnvc's company wns tho ono Involved In the strlko which led to
the sentencing of Gompcrs, Mitchell nnd other national labor leaders to
terms In Jail, for contempt of court In trying to carry on a bocott
against tho Ilucks company.
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TAFT EXPLAINS IN RE BALLINOER.
WASHINGTON, I). C, May 15. President Taft assumcB entire re
sponsibility for tho Ttso of tho lctto r of Assistant Attorncy-acncrnl Law
lcr as a basis for his own letter exonerating Ilalllngcr. Tho President
Issued a statement ioday to tho effect that ho wrote his letter exonerat
ing Ilalllngcr, using Lawlor's letter ns a basis.
SUNDAY SCHOOLS CONVENTION.
PHILADELPHIA, May" ltj. Tho world's Sunday school convention
will meet In this city next Thursday. Delegates will be present repre
senting' fifty nations and an enrollment of pupils numbering twenty-six
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ROOSEVELT IN LONDON.
LONDON, May IB. Colonel Roosevelt arrived hero today, to attend
the funeral of King Kdwnrd as special representative of the United
Stntes. He will deliver his lecture at Oxford University on June 7.
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MILITARY HONORS FOR LATE KINO. ,' " '"" "
LONDON, Mny Ifi. Plans have hcen completed for the funeral of
Hie late King Kdward on Mny 20. He wilt be given a military funeral.
UM&a T 'JI ,
A large new lot of early clothes
Just arrived this week; they are
all new shades and new styles.'
The mostf popular model is called
and is one of the younger genera
tion of clothes which is simply'
irresistable- Everything about
the "SEABRIGHT" is of such a de
cisive nature. And the price is
only $20.00 with our guarantee.
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CALIFORNIA TOWN BURNED.
PLACWIVILLK, Cal., May
by fire tonight.
10. This town wos pnrtlnlly dcstro)cd
THE STORK EXPECTED. v .
MADIUD, May 15. Tiie accoucnemcnt of queen victoria is cxpeci-
ed this month.
(Additional Cable on Page 10.)
Madeira, Oriental, and Val
,. Large Stock, Qualities Unequalled
See Window Display
L. AHOY, - Nuuanu St.
& a s a d m as X a Jft a a a
Mr. Carl Vallncr Whistler, sing
er and German comedian, who comes
highly recommended from China and
tho I'ar East, whero ho has been
playing, will bo Introduced to thu
Honolulu public for tho II rut time at
tho Park Theator tonight, and tho
public will And him Vino of tho best
lomedtuns ever hero. Harris and
Vernon, who sail on tho Sierra Wed
nesday, linvo beon porsuaded by tho
management to appear again, on"ac
lount of tho great demand at tho
box offlce for seats on Saturday nlgnt
by thoso who had beon
City" and Mrs. noso will sing "Hose
mnry," Among tho motlon-plcturo
subjects will ho "A llolatcd Wed
ding." a ery funny comedy; "In tho
Watches of tho Night" and "Judg
me nt," dramatic presentations, and
"A 'Game of Chess," which Is com
edy. The selection 1b a good ono and
shou'd wlu tlo favor of tho audience.
Majo and Itowo. in a delightful
llttlo comedy playlet, "Tho Ilaron'a
Wager," have n vory fine Bketch fine,
ly acted, elcgtlntly costumed, and
presented In an artistic manner. It
Is n society plntlet, with a beautiful
llttlo plot, and they certainly do act
It out. The comedy Is of a high
class, the sItuattonsare cleverly
worked up, It Is full of natural
juugiiB, mm ponruyeu, uy moot capu-
galn admission to see Mr. Harris 001,1. .,11.1. anii t.ie audience, seoni
his famous acrobat dance, In which
ho docs u complete front brany with.
out touching his hands to the floor
and wearing no wig and not using a;
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to appreciate tholr work very much.
BAND CONCERT, -
Tlln bund will cvt n nmpprt Ihla
.t V. I. nn t ...... ,l.t, (Im.a lu ' . ...
iimi. ii ii D..iu ,u iw i""v ". - oNcning at i;mma square. Tho pro-
noi iinumer uan;or in mo wunu u"- Rram ww ,0 f0nws;
Ing this remarkable feat and only a March The Free Lanca Sousi
few of tho best circus acrobats. They Overture Juanlta Sin ns
will also show a few new steps and. intermezzo Iji Palomi Yrndlor
tome new gags.
selection II Troyntore ...Verdi
Vocal Hanallun song ,ar. by llergur
Selection Southern Urcezex
Hose and Kose have made a hit at
the Empire, changing their program Lnucors Merrymakers
every nlghl. This boln); Ilply,(llnwt ninile Hands Across tho Sen ,.8nus.v
Mr. 1 use, wIllslnKThoUlyiyitULVVTIio HlariKi.wtfpd.llnmioriiSa
giBMI1'"l ....-.. r- . y..iB, laSSafc-TUaS.
Different Terras Used Which Describe
Different Kinds of Flying Ma
chines. Aerial craft aro classified general
ly Into llghlor-than air and heavier
thaualr machines. A term Including
all tho latter which are driven by
power aro "arconcf," nnd rccognlzod
tines of uutonefs aro aeroplanes,
helicopters and nrnlthoplera. Thus
far tho public Is roost familiar with
tho aeroplanes, as tho other two
types hao not bocu prominent In
An aeroplane Is an aoroncf, in
which piano (surfaces form tho sup
porting medium. Different kinds of
aeroplanes are generally named by
tho number of these' surfaces Bupor
Imposod. Thus a monoplane Is tho
single piano, a blplano has two
planes, one nbovo tho other and sini;
llarly thero oro trlplanos nnd multi
planes, tho latter being a gcnoral
term to comprehend all having more
than three planes. A douhlo mono
plane is a machine yvith two single
planes, ono behind the other. All
aerial machines with the designation
of "piano" aro aeroplanes, and all
aeroplanes aro also aerouefB.
Look Out For Helicopters.
Tho helicopter is, strictly speaking,
a machlno which screws ItH way up
through thoalr, and was oilglnally
an adaptation of tho prlnclplo of tho
helix screw, hcuco tho name. ,AI
though numerous machines of this
typo havo beon built. Including sev
oral lu California, none has yet beon
raised moroilhan a short distance off
tho ground. If practical such a ma
chlno will Bervo extremely useful pur
poses, so that tho Idea has been at
tractive to Investors.
The ornlthoptcr Is 30 named be
cause Its attempts to adopt the prin
ciples of bird flight purely, nnd has
the flapping wings Instead of rigid
plane surfaces. Such u machlno Is
believed to bo the precursor of tho
small Individual II) tug machine. It
Is now receiving more attention than
has been tho case for many joars,
but practically all the early trials
at flight woio made wllh n view to
Imitating tho flight of birds.
Tho llghter-lhon-alr aerial dovlces
cal balloon. An aerostat Is a spheri
cal balloon floating In the air and
not held to the ground In any way.
An aeronaut Is a balloon floating In
the air, hut held captive to the
A dirigible Is a stcerable balloon
usually tho tplndlo-sluiped gas ves
sel. Impelled through the air by some
kind of power.
Llghtcr-than-air vessels aro usu
ally gas vessels', but they also Include
thoso which aro lifted by tho power
of air, heated until it lifts through
tho ordinary utmosphoic. An air
ship of this nature, using air heated
by radiation, has been patented by u
Los Angeles man, C. W. Slrch.
Definitions mid terms applying to
aerial navigation uro changing not
infrequently because of the rapid
progress being made In tho science.
The meanlngB of tho words "aeornaut
les," "atlallon" and "airships" aro II
luslratUu of this.
"Aeronautics" formerly compre
hended all sorts and kinds of air ox
ploratlons, for up to flvo or six 5 ears
ago thero wcro no power driven, ma
chinos of great consequence except
tho pioneer dirigibles. "Aviation"
RUTH BRYAN'S WEDDING
ENVELOPED IN MYSTERY
Hour and Place Kept Secret to Pre
vent Discarded ArtisfHusband
LINCOLN. Neb., Mny 2. An air
"gf profound se:rec envelopes the
arrangements for tomorrow's wed
ding at' Mrvlew In which Lieuten
ant Iteglnnld Owen of the llrltlsh
Itoynl Hngtneers nnd ltulli Ilryan
lavltt, daughter of William Jen
nings Ilryan, aro to he the princi
pals. The hour for the ceremony
and the name of the , officiating
clergyman have not beon announced.
Tho unusual privacy, It Is pre
sumed, Is prompted by the desire of
the family to forestall any embar
rassments such as might result from
tho Interference of William Homer
Lcavltt, the discarded artist husband
of Mrs. Leavltt. The family's roll
lenco Is Inspired li) a wish to pre
vent any possibility of mock dra
matics on IiIh part.
Tonight It Is merolv Intlnuitnil
that Lieutenant Owen and his bride I
will depart .nt once for Jamaica,!
thence going to Europe.
the most delicious of its
kind. Small Tins
J. M. Levy & Co., Ltd.
was not known because thero was no
aviation. Now, however, "aeronaut
ics" Is coming to havo a more re
strlctcd nauning, nnd to relatwr as It
means literally, 'to (ho nautical or
sailing slilo of trael in tho air,
Hence It Ib limited more to tho nlr
salltng crai't as balloons,
"Aviation" refers to tho craft
which aro driven through the air at
ttlll by pov,cr.
An aeronaut Is 11 iersnn who pilots
An aviator Is n man who drives an
aoroncf. It Is not correct to apply
tho term "avlatoi" to a balloonist or
to call tho man who directs an aero
plane nn "aeronaut," ,
Strictly speaking, an- airship Is a
lighter-than-alr vehicle, but It Is
sometimes applied to all types. The
proper term to apply to men gener
ally v.ho make aerial trlpB Is "aerial-
1st.' 1.0B Angeles Express.
China wants 150 seats at the Johnson-Jeffries
fight, which Is another In
dication or how tho nation Is nrogrcss-
Ing toward civilization. Detroit Free
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT fa guaranteed
to euro any case of Itching, Blind,
Weeding or Protruding Piles in to
Include the true nlrshlps, such as thol Mdaysormoney refunded., Made by
Rin,piln. i"lerdlrJBlldMB.u----IMB','"' " VmLouis,'
DREAD IN 8EALED
PHILADELPHIA, April 26. An if
fort Is to be made by tho United llusl
liens Men's Association to have all the
bakeries of Philadelphia agree to
place every loaf of bread that leaved
their establishments In a sealed, air
tight package, so that the germs of
the street will not get on the crust.
A bill In bo Introduced at tho next
meeting of the association Is being
prepared by Dr. T. Franklin Clifford,
of tho Walnut Stroct Huslness Mcn'o
"What Is the.itso of spending thou
sand! of dollars to erect hospitals and
sanitariums to fight tuberculosis It no
do not attack local conditions first '
said Dr. Gilford ut his office nt 8lx
teenth and Walnut streets today.
"Loacs of bread come from tho bak
cries, aro placed In baskets and
crntcs, and then In wagoiiK to bo de
livered to the various small stores and
private houses. Tho driver goesi
through the Btrects and passes u
street cleaner and tho germ laden 1I11M
tIbcs and fills his wagon, covering thu
Bakers Favor Move,
"Thero Is 11 way to prevent this need
less risk," ho continued, "and It Is a
vary simple way. Simply havo each
loaf In a sealed package and It will ar
rlvo at Its destination clean and whole
some. I have talked nlth the owners
of tho largest baking establishments
In tho city and they all agree that It Is
a good Idea, and they seem perfectly
willing to have tho bread sealed If the
people v.i aBk for It."
When asked whether ho thought the
sealing would mean a raise In bread
prices. Dr. Dlrfnrd sild he did not
know, 'A plan Is on foot," he said, "In
tho United Business Men's Association
to have a commlt'teo on hygiene ap
pointed, to tako up various miostlons
Parisian Art Go.
Mexican Drawn Work, Consisting of Fed Gnrcads, Center Pieces,
Bureau Scarfs and Doilies
Beautiful Patterns and Pure Linens
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Come to this Sale. This is the op
portunity to supply your homes with
prcttv tilings, while the PRICES arc
BEDSPREADS; size 80x100. Were
S18; now $11.
CENTERPIECES; sizes 18 tox54 ins.
Were $1.50 to $10; now 80c. to
BUREAU SCARFS' size 20x54 and
20x72. Were $1.75 to $8.50; now
85c. to $5.
DOILIES at 25c. and 40c.
SALE NOW ON
Parisian Art Co.,
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