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EVENnb BnLLETi, HOrtOMTMJ, T. H., MONDAY, MAY 1C, 110.
Oxfords and Bals
M'Xnerny Shoe Store
Fort St., just above King
The Warm Weather;
will soon be with us, and you will
want a chance to the
I can show you some choice loca
tions. Make Your Choice Now
P. 0. Box 451 125 Merchant St.
Phones G02 and 1307
A Rare Opportunity
to BUY A LAItGE TBAOT OF LAND
off LUSO STBEET, above Mormon
church, containing 30,000 SQUARE
FEET, for a residence. Nice Manle
nie lawn; some fruit trees. On car
line. In walking distance to Post
office. PRICE $2000
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Waitv Buildinor 74 S. King. Street
a small sum of money
deposited each month
in our Savings Bank
will, with the accumu
lated interest 4'2
compounded semi an
nually, soon amount to
sufficient to enable you
to start a business of
a little self-denial now
and financial indepen
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital and Surplus:
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
83 Merchant Street 'Telephone 780
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone 553 83 Merchant St
$500 to $15,000
P. II. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California xai
New Yotkj NOTARY PUBLIC
Grant Marriage Licenses Drawi
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills of Sale
leases. Wills. Etc Attorney for tht
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT 8T
HONOLULU; PHONE 3)0.
WHEN IN'NtED OF
of any description
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD,
Fort and Queen Streets
OEO. 0. GUILD - Manager
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO., LTD,
HANDLE REAL ESTATE
TRANSACT' STOCK AND
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
" 923 FORT STREET
REGAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
The Bulletin Publishing Co.,
Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
and lithographing company on
the Pacific Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Vrv,T,oft in VnjrravA C.arAn,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.
A woman's idea of economy Is for
her husband to quit smoklrig, no the
can pay more for her hats.
It it woro not for tho HhamA In thu
world tho real things would not ho
propei gly appreciated.
A limited train of thought Is not
alwnja tho quickest. Rome Sentinel.
Alfred I). Cooper
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought hiul, Sold -
307 JUDD BUILDINfJ
Telephone 480 P. 0. Box 007
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 M1HCHAKT II.
P. O. BOX SIR.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Monday, Mny IB.
NAMK OP STOCK.
C. flrewur & Co
Ewa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agrlc. Co
Haw. Com. & iug. Co. ...
Hawaiian riu stir O J
llonomu Suga 'Co
Honokan Bugar Cd
tlnlku Sugar Cu
Hutchinson Sugar Pl.inL
Kahuku Plantation Cu. ..
KekcJba Gugar Co
Kotna Sugar Co
McBryde Sugar Co
Oahu riugar Co
Onomoa Sugar Co
Olna Sugar Cc. Ltd
147 l 3,
!'( uliau Sugar Plant. Co.
Paclllo Sugar Mill
I'ai x Plantation Co
P' i.eokoo Sugar Co
Pi nieer Mill Co
Wtila'ua Agric Co
Wiilluku Sugar Co
Walmannlo Sugar Co. ...
Walmea Sugar Mill Co. . ,
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. ...
"nn " v. A h Co.. Pref, .
Hon. H. T, & I. Co , Coin. .
.miuai 'lelepnone Co. ..
Nahlku Rubber Co.. Ass. .
Oahu It. & I. Co.
Hllo R. R..CO. Pfd
Hawaiian Pneaptl9 fn . .
TnuJongjQIok IUCo. nd up
do do ass. C5 p
Haw.Tflr.4X fFIreCI.) ..
Cnl. Beet Suit, & Ret. Co. V
Hamakua Pitch Co.,
Upper Ditch Gs
Haw. Irr. Co.. 6s 45 I'd. .
Haw. Irrgtn. Cc ts
Haw, Com. & Sug. Co. 5
Hllo It. R. Co , Issue I0U
Hllo R. R. Co , Con C ,..
Honokaa Sugai Co., 0 ,.
Hon.R.T.&L Co.0 ...
Kauai Py. Co. Ca
Kohala Ditch Co. 6s
McBryde Sugar Co. Ra . . .
Oahu R. & L. Co. 5?
Onhu Sugar Co. 5
Pac, Sug. Mill Co. 6s
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Walalua AgrJn. Co. 5 . . .
Saies--Iietwocn Boards: 30 Kcki
lia 1200; CO Haw. Pine. Ci) , $28; 100
Oahu Sug. Co. S34.CSV6; E0 Haw. C.
&. B. Co.. 14125: $1000 Hon. R. T. &
U. Co fin, J107: JI000 Hon R. T. & 1,.
Co. fin. SJ07: J0O Hllo Ry. Com., 117.
Sesbton: 10 Honokaa S20; S llnno
kaa, $20; nr, Olaa 5 37',4; 10 Olai,
I5 37V4; I" Oahu Sug. Co., Sltpo.
Latest sugar quotation 4.24 cents or
$84 80 per ton.
Sugar, 4.24 cts
Beets, 1.4s. 7 3-4-d
HENRV WATEKUOUSE TflUSF CO.
Mrrb"t MunolulJ too tni Fionn
f-ORT ANU MERCHANT 8TS
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock and
Camnbell Block, Merchant Street
Roth & Giffard
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
848 KAAHUMANU STREET
STOCKS AND BONDS
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
Clean furnished loomsj $1.50 week,
60c. night. 1281 Tort stiect.
AD3 PAY-asjffi I
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A new supply-of the, huge .nickel
pads has just come 'in. Two hun
dred sheots for Ave tenti, at the
Bulletin office; 1
Alitor, Jt perjiour, l.culi' Stahloi. '
Haas 'raiidy. freh .odny, ot lien-'
aim. Rmllh X, On. t.til '
Mm. Davlsnn, fashionable; dressmak
er. Roomt 71-72 Young building,
Ring phono 617 for Ihe bout sndi
wnlfcr. I.dlhend and Vidwmd 1
Mnnnser Kalrchlld of M ikeii Sugar!
Company, rninp to lown Innt Satiirdnv
Mm. nml Miss Hire, finni K'aual I
were arrivals )esterilny from llm (lor-!
den Mlo. I
I.enhl Chapter No. 2( 0 R S , will
meet In VnH"lc Tcmplo IIiIr ociiluj
at 7;30 n'rlack.
I'liono R and ask for Manuel IllrlnM
when yoit want nn oiiiomoblle Srrii
seated Chnlniers-Petrolt, latu model.
Monday will be the last day for
the payment of the first half of prop
erty, income and conservation taxes.
'I ho Kplsroptl church innvoentlon
which wax In tension S.-iturdiy will
nmtlnim Its labors to ami Including
Wednesday, .May IS.
Thn children aro always hippy when
J 011 hao a case of our, oda In tho
house Distilled water tit, Consolidated
Soda Water Work Tolrphono 71.
There (a. n meeting h;ing hc.d thli
nrtcrnoim at Central Union tlnydi by
advocates of problhltlou.whu rerlile In
l'alolo and Knlmukl, ,
T. T. Cliava lias rculgned his post
lion with tho' Hllo Mttrantlle Com
pany anil leaves fpr tho Const with
his family 011 Hie ISnterpi Inc.
Sacrifice salo of crochet, I'lcnch and
eyelet hand embroideries, novelties,
etc., begins today, May'lfi., Mrs, J,
Rosenberg, rooms !l nnrt in, Voiing
M. I'ernandcz ton uf IJopiity Sheriff
rcrnandez of Uwn. I.) doing as well
as can U8 expected at the Queen's,
hospital, and It Is thought that ho will
Tlu Russian Immigrant Svho fell
from a tree a couple, of days ago lb
recovering rapidly and may bo ills
charged from tho Queen's hospital hi
n, few ilajs.
call at the snow looms and get
twenty-five flrecn Stamps free, every
thing In tho show room Is free for
Green Stamps. Cull today or any day.
Berctanln opposite Firo Station.
Keorge Jamleson, of IVpeekeo. niu
granted Ills final papersW naturallsv
tlon on Tuesday by .ludgp Parsons. He
was tho first Britisher lo forswear al
leglnncu to King Ceorg? V. Hawaii
Yesterday saw tho closing cxei
clsex of tho. Holy Cihuftt feast. A
body of nittrmfsfnimktW WtinsuestS
man-of-war took par) In, fho c3rcUc3.
Tho Portuguese baud rirtd later the
Hawaiian band gave n oonccrt In tho
Kntrles for tho annual tennis chain
plonshlp will close at flvo o'clock on
TiieiMlay afternoon. Tho entry .book
Is nt H. O, Hull & SonB place pi
business, and tho plavcrs aro putting
down their namcM fairly well for the
A man by the name of Klnna Sn
buro, hailing from tho Oklnawu pre
fecture, was arrested by Detective
Uorgau at Walpahu jesterday and
held at the police station pending n
charge of assaulting 11 wife of another
laboier at tho p'anntlon,
The Portuguese residents of HIlJ
and tho Island of Hawaii In gensra,
nro considerable oxeielspd over tho
curtailing of the time limit tho San
Gabriel will bo In Hllo waters. Much
tlmo linn b.cn spent and money col
lected to entertain tho olHcers and
men of tho San Oabrlel whllo they aro
In Hllo and tho Poituguesu thcr feel
Prlends of Mr. Warren, tho bltullth
lo man wtro very miii.li pleased to
not'leo his picture adorning tho monn
Ing paper as a correct representation
of Congressman Nick I.ongvvorth. On
tho strength of this Warrm Is oxpoct
rd to at ply for admlrslnn to tho.
Roosevelt clrclo of friends and ac
quaintances, n position li3 has nut
hitherto held or sought.
GRACE IS TO BE CAPTURED.
(Continued from Pa?e 1.)
Shorlff things, as If the, ground Ind
Just opened and swallowed Mm up. As
to whether ho thought the escaped
man was In tho Territory or had made
his get-away no opinion could ho oi
tnlned from Sheriff Henry.
Thoro was nn air of mysto-y a'Jin'
him, howovcr, when ho stated that
Graces capture and return to cus
tody would clear up several myBtdrleH.
among them another murder which
took place nftor that for whlrh Orucc
8MITH TO RE8IQN
AS 1jORMON LEADER
KANBAS CITV. April 9. nnmnra
that Joseph Hnilth, president and
prophet of tho Iteorganlzcd Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, will
abdicate In favor of his son, rrcdcrlclc
M. Smith, aro current hero whero tlu
annual conference of tho church is In
Members of tho church hold tho
opinion that President Smith, who Is
78 jears of age, has found tho cariM
of his ollico arduous dining tho last
year and desires to rellro fioty active
work. Many attending tho conforCnco
bellovo ho will abdicate, before tho
Tho conference recently celebrated
tho 50th anniversary of thu ordination
of President Smith Two oars ago It
was reported ho would relinquish con
trol of tho church, but ho continued to
pieslde, It Is said, so that ho might
bring to conclusions tho projects Hint
lay beforo him when, ho assumed' the
You will find in our stock
satisfactory trousers you have
LIVES 03 MINUTES
AFTER HEART STOPS
Three Doctors Avouch Accuracy of
Strangest Case' on Record.
RAI.VlTON, Apr. 19. That n
m.Alf can llvo one hour ni.it 'thirty
three minutes after his heart tenses
to heat Is the statement of three
reputable ih)sl;lans nt Shep.ird.Snn
Jnrluto County, jcstenlny, when
Thomas P. Lewis, 3S, was struck by
a locomotive. It was (bought ho
had been' Instantly killed.
Dr. W. 11 lleaxley found Lewis
still hnatliing, but pulseless. lly-
pederiiiri' Inject lois nt strjehnlno
produced no effect. Dortois Wll
bciinle and Snmiu.011 were suinmnn
ed. Kach made a crltle.il examina
tion and deotared positively that tho
heart was still, even while the. man
HlectrlMty and other heroic meas
ures vvero resoited to, and nftcr each
a careful .'lamination. Tho man
breathed for lust iilnoty-threo mill
Mt.ru after his heart ceased to heat.
"For Rent" cards
on sate at
Bulletin office. '
New Silk Gowns
New Linen Gowns
New Lingerie Gowns
New Wash Dresses
Every size from Little Women's to Extra Large. Prices
as loW as $1.75 up to $150.00
LATE STYLES in SILK and WHITE SERGE SUITS
Our READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT is by far
the most up-to-date in Honolulu. Style, Quality, Perfect-Fitting
Garments in great variety. We are building
up a big business because every garment we send out
fits to perfection.
Miss MERCHANT personally supervises all fitting
and alterations. Alterations made without extra charge,
irrespective of price of the garment.
trousers that are
Retain their shape
King near Fort
Tried in New York by
Benson, Smith & Co.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
IN FINE NEW LOCATION
Nearer the heart of the busines) district, and with a complete new
stock of fine millinery, ".'
DUNN'S HAT SHOP,
FORT STREIT, JUST ABOVE HOTEL
We invite inspeotion of th,e
New Lines Just Opened
built to fit and
a Honolulu man and proven a
a m in
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