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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 21, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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RVKNINU IIULl.til'IN.MIUNUMJLU, T. II., SATUMUV, MAV 21, 1310.
Blue and Black SERGE SUITS,
both double and single breast
ed, $13.50 to $18.00, equal
to any $20.00 suit sold else
where. MIXED WORSTED, 2 and 3 piece
suits, all siges, $9.50, $12,
$12.50, $13.50, $14, $16.50,
$18, $20, and $21 each.
WASH and TUDOR BOYS' SUITS
$1.50, $2, $2.25, and $2.50.
BOYS' WORSTED SUITS, all
sizes, in sailor, Russian and
strait, from $2.50 to $8 each.
350 Different Patterns, in ALL
SILK FOUR-IN-HAND TIES
' selling for 50c; regular 75c
A complete assortment of STRAW
and FELT HATS, all the
latest shapes and colors, $1
to $3.50 each.
L B. KERR
TRUNKS, LEATHER BAG), SUIT CASES
YEE CHAN & CO,
Cor. King and Bethel
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN
"' l , EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS Oil HER OWN
S ROOM, FOR IT CAN EE ATTACHED TO ANY IAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
K UYKDA j
I02'w Hil"lnii ?
Wc mako them for every
purpose and cunrantce the
quality. Our work is well
known amonc business men
as the best in ths city.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Building
& CO., Ltd.
Wall, Nichols Co.,
I MOVED! MOVED!
To REPUBLIC BUILDINO, KING
STREET, where you can find the
latest in Books, Stationery, Office
Furniture and Supplies.
Bine up Telephone No. 201.
Lare;c tisiortment, double weave,
ladies' and men's.
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO 00,
-(Next Cable Office) ,
DIES AT HOSPITAL
As Result of Operation Was Prom
inent in Business and Politics
i for Many 'Years,
At 10 o'clock Inst night deafcb
claimed u piomlneni citizen of Ho
nolulu with in a few hours, when
John Kmmoluth died at the Queen's
Ilispltnl, nl the age of ST, nn tho re
sult of uu operation fur bladder
double, from tlio shu.k of which ho
cou d nut mil).
I evv of Mr. Kiniiielulli's friends
know or his Illness. Ho had been
ilurfi'ilitR for several months, but con
tinued nl work, mid It was it.il until
Thursdn) that ho went to tho hos
pital After ii coniullnllon tbeie thesur
Rroim d' tided to npcruio In order to
a flout the patient iclluf, nutl the up
w.'t'on vvas pctfonucd during tbu nfl
erni on. ,
Mr Kmmcluth ranic in Honolulu
fiom rCausus thlrt)-ono 3 en IK ngu.
Soot, after arrival In Honolulu, In
1X7!), Mr. Kmmcliilh became man
iirit of Regelken llmi,, furnlsliliiR
Roods, and bought out the Hcgclkon
Intercuts In 1S81, changing the firm
11. une to J. Kmiurluth ,fi Co,, hh
partnelrf bclnt; V. J Hosier and J.
J. I.etkcr Ho later bought out tho
Intel cbIb of his partners, Mr. Locker
reiiialulng hs liianagcr.
Hliico the early eighties Mr. Em
nielutli hug been Interested In poll
tics and (alien 11 prominent part In
local atTalrK. Ho was Instrumental
In tho nvorthrow or tho monarchy,
lipi-amo 11 nienibcr of tho Advisory
Cnunrll uiidcr the Provisional Gov
cimnent, and took part In the sup
prcrslcn of Hie. icolutlan In 189S. A
Ho was n home ruler after nnox
atlmi, becoming the leader fit tho
movement, and was elected to tho
lint Hawaiian Legislature After
ward he hecamo one of tho leaders
or the Dcmncrntl- party and was sec
iftnry or tho Democratic central
committee at the time or his death.
Mr. Kmmelutii is survived by n
son, who Is at, present In San I'rnn-ls-n;
n sister In Cincinnati, nnd an
other sister, Miss Molly Bmmolutli,
In this city.
Tho runcral or tho lato John Kmme
lutii will bo held tomorrow afternoon
at 3 o'clock from the undertaking
p triors or Henry Williams. Tho ser
vices will bo conducted by lluv. Pac
ker and tho Interment will bo lit Nun
The pallbearers will bo U I. Me
Cnudless, V. A. Kinney, Judgo lMlngt,
J. J. Pern, Krank Hurvey, W. P. Jar
rett, J. M. I'oeixie and John IL Wil
son. 30.GIAL NOTES
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Bcott and Mr.
Shlpmau paid Kohala a brief visit last
week, aril lug l'rlday evening nnd
leavlni? Saturday. Tiny sal) from Hlln
on qamruay lor wan rranclsci). They
were the guests or Mr. and Mrs. Aus
tin. Leonard" Clieenwcll and Itcntcm Hind
rodo Into tho "Ditch Countrj" on Sun
day. Tlioy went nearly tu Awlnl. mid
were very iiitliuslustic oer tho beau
ty of tho gulthcH, p.tillcutarly Honn
katie. Dr.. Victor Cl.irk has bcn Malting
tho John Hindu at Haul, Ho was
ory much ploased with the manner
in which the census taklngi liiia been
Mr, Dryant nnd Mr. Hind went to
town on Friday.
Julian tlreenwell left for Kona on
Batunlav. Ho will remain In tho Is
lands till fall.
Mr. and Mis. V. F, fireenvvcll nnd
Mrs. Dosbo are guests of Miss Hall,
and leavo for tho Coast on Kildny. On
Wednesday eonliiB( Mr. I'actow h
giving an Informal nnndcal evening In
Miss Ocsell spent tho week end with
Mrs. To) lor,
Miss Hcleno Irwin, whoso engige
'ment to Templcton Crnckei Is the moht
Intiiesllng anuoimc'eiiiPiit or tho sen
ton, has received many lxi.iut i f 11 1 an I
costly eiigigemont riips which ev
ili'iico tho popuhilty of this cliarnilng
girl. I'laiiH ror (ho wedding aro In
dellnltu, hut owing to the fact that
Miss It n In l in mourning for her sis
ter, Mrs. Ildwnul Monro Hnlilnwin,
whoso death occurred in I'hlbdolphla
last Jitnuaiy, It has been derided to
liefer tho marriage until next year,
wlin It will probably bo nn ovent of"!
tho winter season. Miss liwln Is io
Ing feted In nn Informal way by her
friends, Mrs, Ilalilwln Wood having
Ktvon u luncheoi) ror hir at tho St.
Francis, whllo Miss Jennlo Ciockor
was a recent dinner hostess nt Up
lands In honor or her brother nnd his
fiancee. Mrs, Irwin and Miss lleleno
will spend a portion of ho summer at
Nelson Lansing, who hns b"ou so
JnuintiiK In Honolulu for wrno months
irlirK'd In (tin l'lnnehen mi thf
Lurlluo, sailing May ICtli,
I .f .' , ' V' .1 J .
Comets ' Blazing Trail
Startles Many Hilo
Uicu tlm Hnllcy Cornell with Its
blazing trail stictchlng across tho
heavens was not occupying tho front
nnd center or attention or tho tourists
nnd other travelers on board tho
steamer Manna Ke.i, the lively little,
flying fish which aro common to tho
waters ot Hawaii more than ndded
their mlto tu tho tutcitaluinent
A number or the winged dcnlifcns of
the deep adorned tho breakfast tablu
of Captain 1 iceman n I1 Purser l'lill
lip's ttstlve board. '1 I i" Phillips
was as usual assailed by u bombard
ment or queries from tho delegation
ot totulsts. He had been telling them
of eoiiio of the remarkable feats or
MlliiK frequcntl Indulged In by tho
Huh. A portion of tho genial Phillips
tnlo W'aa promptly classified and rele
gated to tho realm or romance. Tho
purser had hardly completed u fruit
less presentation or bis claim ror vcr
nelly when out of 11 school nf (lying
fleh a number, evidently attracted by
tho bright light on board tho stenincr,
landed upon tho deck of tho Mniina
The fish were gathered In nnd in
corporated In tho breakfast menu.
Tho MiAma Kea officers were af
forded n fine lcw of Hallcj'g comet
Just prior to tho heavenly visitor's
passage across the face of tho sun.
Tho weather conditions wcro Ideal for
observing tho comet. Yesterday morn
ing the wanderer loomed up very brlr
limit for a few minutes hoforo dnwn.
It Is leported, however, that tho comet
is rapidly diminishing In size.
On tho day on which tho Ilallcy
comet wns scheduled to pass between
tho earth nnd tho sun. business among
tho Japanese, residents of Hllo, nlso,
on sonio ot the neighboring plantations
was almost at a standstill.
Tho Japnneso newspapers on Ha
waii had nlado much of tho comet nnd
Its dangerous proximity to the earth.
Hllo Japanese rpent the day In Idle
noss, many believing that their time
Olan nnd other nearby plantations
secured hut lltllo sorvlco from tho
'Nipponese laborers connected with
In addition to a large assortment
of mcrihnndlso and supplies from tho
mainland, tho American -Hawaiian's.
S. Virginian, from Seattle, brought
thirty-eight sacks of lote mall,
The eiUeI urrlved off the quaran
tine at an early hour this morning.
She was (nought alongside tho Jlall
way wharf nt 1) o'clock. Tho Vir
ginian tarries In tianslt COO tons of
rails for tho new Hllo ltullwuy.
The vessel will remain nt Hono
lulu until Wednesday. Mny 25, when
slio will hall foi Port Allen, thence
to Kahuliii and Hllo. The venae Is
scheduled to depart from tho Hawaii
poll on Juno I, taking u full uliTp
ment of sugar.
NOT HIS FATE
Captain J, W. Saundeis smilingly
greeted tho little party of quarantine,
immigration, customs and newspaper
men from tho bridge of tho Pacltlo
Mnll liner Korea earl) this morning
but hnd tit tl 0 to offer recnidliig his
C'ontluuauco ns innster of tho liner up
on the arrival of tho Korea nt San
Captain Saumicrs was sent out with
the Korea nstcnelbl for one round
trip, tho reported Illness of Mth. Sand
hot r, wlfo of tho former master of tho
steamer being given ns tho reason for
Captain Handbcrg's remaining ashore.
Captain Saunders lias many mends
in Honolulu who will wish him well In
whatever lines his duties inuy lead
rOLICE COURT JOTTINGS
Chief McDuftlo nnd bis man are still
on tho look out for Hraco an dnn duo
Is being overlooked. Tho negro Is
thought In lie still on Oalui, nnd It U
certain that ho will ho caught soonci
Tho blind tile thnt was being run In
eonneetlon with- tho theatrical show
at (ho Independence hull, lemiltel 111
tho kIiovv manager F,okane. Ii j
fined 100 and costs nt'tho police court
this morning The map. pleaded guilty
and took his medtcluo cooly. Senator
C. V. Chllllngworth appeared for tho
defen'o. tint bojond entering tho plea
of guilty nnd handing' over tho amount
or tho line, had nothing mum 10 110.
loeln Andrew, who Is alleged to
have murdoicd Alee, darner, was down
on tho jkiIIco couit calendar this
morning, charged with murder. Noth
ing was douo In tho case, as tho lint
ter was Bent over till Monday next.
The ncoused man hns no attorney nt
present but tlioro Is some talk ol a
charitable -lawyer Inking up tho mat
ter. W r Aflil nun nf thn best IKllltt-
clans Itfthe Islands, has ben Invited
by the executive ntllcin or tlio liapun-
llcan parly to attend me mass meei
Intr In In. lllllll III Alll.l I'.llk tOlllght,
Aihl Is not Hiiro vv belli' r It Is ml
lrtibo fur 1 111 o nrriipj 11 r.ent on
tho Btand or not.
Planter and Jurist Passed Away at
Waikiki Funeral Services at
Death claimed Judao Charles V.
Hart yestordaj afternoon nt his homo
nt Walklkl after an Illness of several
months, complications from nn attack
of grippe being tho direct ciusc or his
passing nnay. Judge Halt was seventy-six
icnrA old and his vvlfo and
two daughters vvcru with him when
tho end came.
lie was otic of tho oldest rcsldenlts
of the Islands having cotnu from ling
land In tsr.0, nfl or remaining, 11 short
time In Honolulu went to Kami,
spindlng somo ears thero heroin re
turning to Honolulu and engaging In
tho liquor busltiiHs under the firm
nauio r IllrhnrdMin & HnVl.
Abandoning this business nfter n
few )ears of success ho went In Ha
waii and established u sugar planta
tion nt Kohala, the' Nliilil. which bo
owned nt tho tlmo of his death.
For twenty-six jears be was Circuit
Judge on Hawaii but tho latter pirt
or his life was spent In quiet nt his
homo at Kaplol.ml p-irk.
Judge Hart married III 1SC9. He
leaves n widow nmj two daughters,
Mrs. Francis Day nnd Mrn. Charles S.
Alston, all of whom wero nt bin bed
fide when death camo.
Funeral services will hs held nt St.
Andrew 'h Cathedral this afternoon nl
II M. Knliiho of Kohala. It Is stated
has decided to attend thn nnss meet
ing nt Aaln Park tonight in order to
be on tho spot wheie ho cm answer
and contradict all the remarks that
might ho nindo hv tho spcalicrsg, dur
ing tho progress of tho meeting. It
Is rpimrtril that ho will respond, its
soon ns his name Is mentioned.
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and keep the bowels, free from
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in hundreds of cases in the
past 57 yean and most cer
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it to-day for Indigestion, Dys
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Fever and Apie. Ask for
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