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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. !!., WEDNESDAY, MAY IS, 1S10
for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday
EMBROIDERY FLOUNCiNQ ,- An Assortment of pat
terns, 18 inches wide; GOc. per ynrd, reduced to 40c. .a
yard. GERMAN TORCHON LACE 2Va to 3 inchci wide J
SI a dozen yards, reduced to GOc. a dozen yards. VELOUR
FLANNELS Pretty pitterns and nice. quality; 27 inches
wide; 20a a yard, reduced to 12Vic a yard. ClinTAIN
SWISS White with red, blue and green dots; 30 inches
wide; 25o. a yard, reduced to 0 yards for SI. TWILL
TOWELING 5c. per yard, $1.10 for piece of 25 yards.
NEW GOODS Allover Embroidery, EuVings, Insertions and
Beadings. Also a fine assortment of Embroidery Flouncing.
Very pretty for cradmtinc 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 dc
chine; absolutely the best r.ssortment we have shown. They
arc in floral designs and plain colors, fringed. FLAXONS
We carry a pood assortment of Flaxons, in checks and
stripes. Best quality.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretanla Streets Opposite Fire Station
reproductions of the old masters artistically colored.
The subjects are the best exhibited in the alleries of Lon
don, Paris and Versailles. The prices are moderate.
YE ARTS & CRAFTS SHOP, Fort below King
Frances Morrison, Manager
BIG FIGHT PROMOTERS
SN rrtANCISCO, May 17.- -It Is planned nowito hold tho Johnson-
Jeffries -tight In' t tilts city, owing to the piospet that 'Hid' loc.1l mithoil
tlcij In Umeryvllld iippiitr likely to refuse permlftHlort, to hold It there.
The promoters think .that. Mayor McCarthy's administration will np-
inovc having tho contest In San Francisco and arc planning accordingly.
Tliorq will, however, he vigorous protests If such un arrangement Is at
tempted, ami lucre is nn ,ccrininty yet as to where the flgm can bo pull
ikl off. ' . ' ' .
Ulcknrd has 'appealed to tho McCarthy administration for a license
to allow tho white and negro champions to pummel one another In this
!!. McCarthy hns declared for a "wlilo open" .city, ninl has made
San Francisco more "wide open" ...an slio ever was. It Is stated, how
ever, that If he attempts to Print; upon San Francisco tho notoriety of
being -thocenfl of .this" tight, there will ho legal proceedings to prevent It.
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U. S. NAVY NOW UO. 2.
WASHINGTON, I). O.. May 17.- According to the Year Hook of tho
Navy, Just Issued, tho United States now leads the world, Oreat llrlt
:iln excepted, In tho total displacement of .completed warships. Tho
Year Hook gives figures showing the United States easily tho second
naval power In the world.
Much Interest nttnshca to tho llgures showing tho. gains made by
the United States, on other' uavy-hulldlng nations. Tho figures nre quot
ed ns bearing outv some of the contentions of those who oppose the
dreadnought program of the administration. The great battleshlu Flor
ida, largest of American dreadnoughts, not being a completed vessel, Is
not Included III. tho calculations which declare .America, to liavu the
largest tonnage of warships In the world except that of ..qre'at Ilrltaln.
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DENVER CARRIES FOR "WET." ' : .
DKNV13U,. May 17. Tho 'wets" carried Denver In the election held
today. A very spirited campaign was carried on"" by bothsldcs,("iTtiuof
men, securing the aid. of outside leaders of national 'prominence. The
count of the vote tonight showed that the "drys"' Were beaten. The
churches and other organizations Joined forces In a strenuous effort to
put Denver on, the dr list.
HOTEL BURNS .MANY LOSE LIVES.
1'IIOB.NIX, Arlz.r May 17. T.ie Uotol Adams was destroyed by fire
tonight, with fearful loss of life. Thirty guests are unaccounted for,
and It Is feared that most of them perlshpd' In 'the flames. The llnau
clal luss Is $275,000.
REGULARS WIN IN ELECTION.
CI.KVEl.AND, May 17. The primary olcctlon roturns indicate that
a majority of the Itepubllcan regulars In Congress have been renomi
nated ' '
yon see an
Whenever, wherever, however you see an arrow, let it
point the way to a soda fountain, and a glass of the bever
age that is so delicious and so popular that it and even
its advertising are constant inspiration for imitators. .
Are vou hot?
Ate vou tired?
Are you thirsty ?
Coca-Cola is cooling.
Coca-Cola relieves fatigue.
Coca-Cola is thirst-quenching.
Do you crave something just to tickle your palate--not too sweet)
DUl, ailVC Willi Y" "" BUf vjw - - -,
vou see an
Bottled Exclusively in Honolulu by. , '.
Hawaiian Soda Works,
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A "large new lot of early clothes
just arrived this week;- they are,
all new shades and new styles.
The most 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.
Tho atfraetlnnit nt Thn nnninn rn
rtho balanco of tho weok Include the
iiowaru sisters, ono of whom has a
voice with the depth of a thousand
fathoms. Tho girls aro good at team
work and aro fair dancers. They
pleased tho nudlenco last night and
were obliged to respond to tho liberal
applause. Tho feature of tho bill Is
tho fluto solo by V. si. Kahea, a young
Hawaiian who plays the Instrument In
a manner that brings from It boaitlrhl
music. Tho orchestra of two pieces
producing music enough .for a bras'
band .keeps' the audlcnco .In n good
humor between tho' pictures and van
Karl AVallner In his whistling and
singing specialty nt the Park The
ater has one of the best vaudeville I
turns that the patrons of this class
of entertainment have heard. He has
a good Blueing voice and his German'
songs and parodies are clcVer, but In'
nis wiiistung specialty ho brings down
tho house. Ills' encore "Alice Where
Art Thou," was beautifully rendered.
Since tho palmy dayB of Mrs. Shuw
wo havo not heard such a well-trained
The .leading attraction at this the
ater Is tho banjo playing of McOrath
and Paige. Tjieso two clover per
formers render difficult operatic selec
tions with perfect harmony and they
aro both adepts in the use of this In
strument. They use the Whlto hadyo
banjo, made by Fairbanks of, Boston,
and for clearness and brilliancy It riv
als the famous B. S. Stewart instru
ment. Mayo and Ilowe havo a very
clever' skit, "The , Uaron's Wairor,"
which they put on exceedingly well,
Hose and Jlose, tho singers, are
drawing largo audiences to tho Em
pire Theater. Their first appearance
In Honolulu niter their return from
the mainland last weok was tho sig
nal for many music lovers to visit tho
Emplro and they continue to go this
week, -The pictures shown make un
a vary Interesting program for thin J
JIVlllllUI aillllD7IM7Ml HUUDC,
Brie, Limburger, Camenbert
... .. Biercase
Each the most delicious of its
kind. Small Tins
J. M. Levy & Co., Ltd.
TRUNKS, LEAXHER BAGS, SUITCASES
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Cor. Bang and Bethel
Thoro will bo a public bund concert
this evening at 7;30 at Aala Park. Tho
program will be as follows:
Overture Tho Comedy .,...,., Bola
Wulti Heavenly Breezes ....Melsler
Intermezzo In Paloma . .., .Oradlcr
Selection Belle of Bohemia T
Vocal Hawaiian sougs,,ar. by Bcrger
Tone-Po'cm Breezes from tho South
i ., . Myddleton
Lancers Tho Merrymakers
Finale Au Mnku and Honolulu .. I
. . .' , Bergcr
The. Star Spangled Banner. j
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MORE LIOHT FOR I
Tin? City and County Fathers havo
approved of a report ordering tho ln-
stalhttlon of additional electric lights)
on "Eighth Avenue, Kulnmkl.. also sev-i
era! jjdjlltlonah lights on Corkscrew I
Lane, near Emma street.
Madeira, Oriental, and Val
Large Stuck, Qualities Unequalled
See Window Display
L. AHOY, - Nuuanu St.
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
102R Nnnnnn St.
Weekly BulletinfSl Year
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