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E7EJHJJ0 BUIXETK, HOJJOI-rLr, T. H., XONTJAT, MAT 28, i?10.
r We received per S. S. Wilhelmlna some very pretty and
( entirely new designs in bagdad and tapestry Couch Covers.
Prices from '$2.75 up.
-IIANDSOME SHIRTINGS 30-inch Dirigo Shirtings;
i fine quality and finish. A large 'variety of patterns direct
from the.tactory. 13c. per yard.
VEILS, VEILS, VEILS low priced and high priced,
long and square; hemstitched borders and satin striped
borders. Also, an extra heavy automobile veil; one that
will-stand the wear and tear. All colors.
WHITE MERCERIZED WAISTINQS AND SHIRTINGS
: A large assortment of patterns, 27 inches wide, 20c.,
25c, 30c, 35c. per yard.
LADIES' WASH COAT SUITS The Very latest in ma
terials and most stylish makeup. Very prettily trimmed.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
Today we picture and de
scribe several decidedly chio
fashion innovations. They are
dainty and exclusive crea
tions indeed; and outside of
this shop, they' are shown
only at the leading metropol
itan stores' of the East. You'll
enjoy just seeing them.
Jet Blaok Suede
Made of the'' best quality
Black Suede, with the new
Short Vamp. Leather Bow
to mitch. Slightly extended
soles; high Cuban heels. A
style most popular CJQ Kfl
at present . . tJJUtUU
With the Snuf-Fit Heel and
the No-Gap Ankle Fit. A rich,
dressy, shoe for' home or
street wear which may be
worn with any gown. Made,
with light feather edge
turn soles and Cu- (Iji Kfl
ban heels ijHiUU
Made of bright Patent
Colt Skin. New Short Vamp
cflccts, made on a new high
arched last with leather
Cuban heels A per?'
Made of closely-woven Sea
Island Duck. 'Four -Eyelet
Ribbon -Tic Effects, made on
pretty plain dress toe shapes
with ltoht, turn soles and
Cuban Heels to ffQ flfl
Made of Sea Island Duck
with Bow to match, on a new
perfect fitting Short - Vamn
last. Light 'turn soles and
Cuban heels. The same with
low heels, suitable for grow
ing, girls wearing
ladies' uze . ,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 Fort Street
reproductions of the old masters artistically colored.
The subjects are the best exhibited in the Valleries of Lon
don, Paris and Versailles. The prices are moderate,
YE ARTS & CRAFTS SHOP, Fort below King
- - . Frances Morrison, Manager
Roquefort, ' Neufehattel,
. ' Double Creme
Brip, Limburger, Camenbert
jf ,' ' ' Biercase
Each the most delicious of its
'(- 'kind: Small Tins '
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J. M: Levy & Co., Ltd
RUSSIA AND JAPAN
IN NATIONAL AGREEMENT
- ST. PRT.KRSHUnn, May 22. It Ik understood here (list mi ngrce
ment Iioh been reached betweoti the governments of Japan and Russia
regarding affair, In the For Hast. Tho illplnmatn or tlin two govern
ments, which whip rrwntly at wnr, tiro said t have arrived at n- com
plelo understanding regarding spheres of Influence nml rights In railway
WASHINGTON, n. V May 22. The report from St. Petersburg of
'an Understanding between Ihu Japanese nml llusslnu governmenta re
garding affairs In thn l'ar Hast.lf veriflcd, lit regarded ai marking n
vital step In the adjustment nf International rotations In Mnnchurla. Dof
Itiltbjnformntlon as to the nattiro of the agreement Ik nwhlted with keen
Intercut, ns boating upon the proposed Atnerlcnn-Chluoso ' railway In
Manchuria. Japan recently gnvo tier assent tu the cnuiitrtictloii of tliU
road, while Russia objected. Japan's n sac tit Is raid to have liecn n ro
sntt of the Influence of her nly, Utont H,rlta(n,
The Poking government Rnvu Its cordial npproval of tho plana for
tho road, and claims that llussln Itnn nothing to do with l.t. Tha pro
posed road parallels the Jnpancsq road nnd would make tho shortest rail
road rquto 'from Kuropc to Pelting. Kb projectors anticipated opposition
from both Japan nnd Russia.
Negotiations for tho railroad wero opened some tlmo ago by an Amer
ican syndicate, nnd the plan waH Immediately approved liy tho Clilneso
MINISTERS COMBINE TO PREVENT PRIZEFIGHT.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J May 2 2 Klltliy, vulgar, lirutal and Infa
mous were, tho adjectives usdd to doscrlho tile much-advertised prizefight
for tho world's championship, to liu pulled off In Han Francisco on tho
Fourth of July, In n resolution Introduced nnd passed yesterday at tho
meeting qf tho Presbyterian (tonnral Assembly, In nniiual session here.
Tho resolution cnlls iiin (lovernor (llllett of Cnllfornln to prevent the
right taking p(nco anywhere In California.
n ntetnpt wjll hn made, If (lovernor filllett either declines lo aet
or finds himself poworless to Interfere, to appeal lo 1'reSldent Taft, ask
ing that tho Federal authorities Intcrfero to prevent tlio desecration of
tho'jurth of July.
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WILL ASK, THE HAGUE TO SETTLE FISHERY QUESTION.
NEW YOIIIC. May 22. Hon, Kllhu Hoot, former Secretary of State,
sailed yesterday for Tho Hague, where ho will represent, the United Stntca
In tho niatler.of, tho arbitration of.llio northeastern fishery, i;iicntlon, long
pending with, (Ircnt Ilrltalii. '
This dlsputo Is one eoncernlue tho right of tho Canadian Govern
ment to refuse the snlo of halt to the, American' flslierincnr on tho Great
DankB of Newfoundland and the refusal, of the Canadians to allow the
Americans to come within the thrce-mllo limit to catch halt for them
GENERAL ESTRADA BLOCKADES JIADRIZ'S ARMY,-.
1)IAII:F1KI,I)3, Nicaragua, May 22. A message was received here
yesterday from Oeuornl Estrada, lir command of the revolutionary army,
who Is at Mcna, to which point ho had advanced to'nicet (lio army of
Tha messago Is exultant, announcing that lie has surroundod the
enemy and has cut off the supply of provisions and nmuiuultlou .from
leaching the'm. ' ,
The American marines landed from thn Paducnh nnd' tha Dnhiinue
in Thursday are camped tn tho public square In tlio city,'
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION ELECTS FAMOUS MEN;.
WASHINUTON, May 22, At yesterday' 4e8slon.,n,f5.;worJ4'gSun-.
jlhy! school convention, which has been Un ' session sl'nr,e, 'Thursday -last,'
President Toft, former Prvxldent Iloosovolt. William, Jennings , llryan,
King Gcorgo of Croat llrltaln and President Dies of Mexico, wore elected
life mombcrsof tho Sunday school association. The convention will hold
Its final session on Tuesday next.
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PROTEST FROM BRITISH DELEGATES.
WASHINGTON, u. U.. May 22t Ilrltlsh delegates to the. great In
ternational Sunday g;hool convention havo protested ngalnst barring no
groen from tho great parado of tho Sunday ttchools., The Ulrlt,lshcrn re
sponsible for the protest say that such discrimination Igi nnehrlstlan.
CLEMENCY FIRST ACT OF NEW KING.
i.unuun, May 2-'. Among the. first acts, of King7 atorgo-as mon
arch wero sonio nets of clemency. ,Ile has remitted n number' of short
sentences of prisoners and reduced tho term's of others, as his first) exer
cises of kingly power. --,
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WAGES RAISED BY TOBACCO TRUST.
i.uuisvii.m;, May 22. Four thousand employes of the American
Tobacco Company have bcon given a rajse of ten per cent. In' their wnges.
The, raise goes Into effect tomorrow nnd was nnnounced by the 'managers
last Saturday. . - (
BRYAN1 DELEGATE TO MISSIONARY CONFERENCE..
fiisw lumv, aiay zi, wiinam Jennings iiryan sailed yesterday
for Scotland; whero ho will ha n dclogato to the International Missionary
Conference, called to meet In Edinburgh on Juno 1 1.
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HIGH WINDS PREVENT FLYING.
DOVEIt, Eng Muy 22. No further flights of the nvlators wero at
tempted today, on' account of high, wlniU. ' . '
PRINCETON GETS BIG BEQUEST.
8AUEM, MnBB., May 22, The Wymnn
estimated at n valuation of ten millions,
bequests to Princeton aro
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rpHE grace and good form of
J- Benjamin Clothes
will impress you at a glance, but
it takes wear to demonstrate
their real worth.
owe their surpassing distinction,
grace and finish to the fact that
they are made by the highest
talented designers and tailors
ayailahle, and in their own pro
perly equipped workrooms. We
carry a full line of Benjamin
Clothes in prices from $20
' ' ' ' BJSSSSSSSSSS
of prohibition nK pxprcs' In' th'p' 111011(10 U ACTED
' Inll.t 11aL.tl..lltn ..f P'.tnfrn.Ja f As.rll II U if fill If IV1 Um I F If
uuilil miiiui n V"l tl' aa "' l'lll llllllllllll 1I11K11 M KjIB
CRIIISHRS CM III)
'i!V. t'llo. nml llmf n iiiimIImi' nfr llin
l V lftll?Ol llllllTO innin.i .1 1 tf.l.lfrtll .,ln1lllr..l i.'l, .. I. ...,.'. 1
a IflllUlUL I' U 11 III, stated Is hereby called to be held'
1Soturdny morning, Mny iS, 1910, at . . '
Uear-Admlrnl Corwln P. Uces has 10 o'clock, nnd that n committee of Captain Alfred N. Tripp, asslstflJit
arranged 'afor ,,eab1o ncVvjfea. Jjoin lyo . bo appointed by tho lialr, or harbormaster for h poft of How
tluam following tho departurn of tho! which" sh shall ho tho chairman, to lailia. has superintended tho movInB
TO NEW WHARF
United Btntes crulwrs Cleveland, and 'prepare u pliui of organization which
Chattanoosa,"wlil:li hayo sailed. from. ''nil be submitted ut mich meeting.
tlio Philippines and, to last accounts. i i-t it o clearly unierstpod....lhat:
proceeded to tho China coasund In no kelmn wuro tho women nreiiL
paid n vJsIt to some of tho ports on pledging themselves or ..tlift.soci.etles
tho lower Vnngtso Klnng Ktver. lf w"el .l'y "ro ip.lcra, Jo, tho
Of thn goods nnd chattels of the Of
fice., from tho quartern In the old cu'v
.omB.bulldliiK to tho new location at
theKwa entrance ti the new Alukea ,
wlmrr. ' '
TJie harbor mnstcr's ofllce hag been
Thq crulsors nro on route to, thocause of proli(btlon, , T.ho. almost ,n fixture nt tho mauka-Kwn corner
racllic coast ot tlio united Slates, uihiiiiihuiib vuu mwi . ,vs. "ininiy.of the customs house for years. IU ,
They, aro to go out of coinmlbstou that im orgauliatloo JlP Jormcd for matij-'-ways It was well adapted to '02
Upon nrrlval ot tho homeland It Is noiaimng n straw. voi,e 01 ine women, tuo purponcg to which It was as
tho nrcsont intention to, send the of Hawaii on tho prohibition quetf. I signed.
Cleveland to Maro Island, while tho'"0". , . ts:-' Thi new slto for tho harbor mas-
Ohnttanooga will proceed to the I'll-, "10 l'lac0 ' inceuiis-wHl-be-wi-Hcr's otTlce, however, posses some ad
get Sound navy yard. Tho cruisers nounccd later. f v . xun'tajfvs. declares th,o Department
arc said to havo arrived at Shanghai , V1? slot t Public Works.
pn lay 2. ' I ;THK PACIITC Mall liner Korea Captalu Tripp and his staff wero
t which hub recently sailed, tor San ' moved and ready for business at tho
SCHEME OF PB0HIBS I Kranclscn wob detained at qti'aran't'liio I new location this morning. Tho
FOR STRAW VOTE nt Nagasaki. Japan; onrnuto to San room occuiiics n commanding position
Francisco. It appears that a caso of
(Continued from Pace 1.) smallpox was found on board by tho
Resojvcd, That It Is tho senso of Japaucsa quarantlno afllccrs. Tho. p.v
this meeting that mi organization . tlcnt was a Chlnoso who had taken
should ho formed far tho purpose of down with tho malady shortly beforo
securing tho registration of women leaving Hongkong..
St Hawaii who, except by reason of' n
ox, uro qualified In all respects as CAKCO AUIUVINO hero by tho
voters, nnd thut n vote bo taken by steamer" Noeau from Kauai porta In
itio women so qualified at a time and eluded 1BC0 sacks sugar, 851 sacks
place a be specified on the question rlco aim IS packages sundries.
on tlio wharf.
THR MATSON Navigation steamer
Kevadan Is announced by Castlo and
Cooko tlio local ngents to sail for
San I'ranclsco direct on Thursday
evening at fivo o'clock. The Novadan
will leave hero with a number of pas-,
scngers and a freight list Including. a
quantity of misnr, pineapples and oth
er Hawaiian products. V
ILLINOIS HAS TORNADO.
CAItO, III., May 22. A lomnd o swept this region today. . filxteon
houses wero wrecked, but no lives w- ero lost.
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SHOCK FELT IN UTAH.
SAW LAKK C1TV, May 22. A slight shock ot enrthnuako was felt
here today. No damage was dono.
OMAHA WILL HOLD AVIATION MEET.
OMAHA, Noli., May 22, A IlVO days'
hero beginning July 9.
aviation moot will ho liohK
FIVE MOTOR BOATS START IN LONG RACE.
I'lIII.ADICI.I'lllA. May 22. Plveimotor boats left here yesterday In
a race to Havana.
ALL READY BUT
Thcro is a commodious, wall-light
ed and ventilated otllco room at tho which tho bright young men under
nmld clouds of BwlrllAg coal dust and'
Should tho Treasury Dopartmont
t Washington see 111 to authorize,
tho purchase ot a lino ot-,furnlture
to harmonize with tho modest dec
orntlvo schemo of tho otllco, a dream
NEW SHIPMENT OF
maiika-Wniklkl end of the ncwAin
kot street' wharf awaiting Biilllclent
Xurnlturo to nccommodato the needs
Of tho staff of young men who look
after Uncle Sam's business at tho
port of Honolulu,
Superintendent Marstim Campbell
assigned tho quartets ut tho entrance
to the wharf to the customs men ami
Collector Rtackuble have fostered
these many months will 'come pretty
near being realized.
TEN MINUTE CARS
There will be great doings nt Kal
nml; I tonight. To nccommodato tho
they wero given possession of tho crowds that, will go out to 'the obsor-
olllce room this morning. Hereto-; vntory, tho Itnpld Transit munage-
. fore tUo Inspectors and examiners ment has consented to continue Uiu
woro (ompolled to take their chances I ten-m'lnuto sorvlcu on the -Kalmukl
on tho main floor of tho wharf until iut far into thp night ns may bo
'endeavor ta keep prcseutauie rccoiusimccssaiy to take cam irf tlio crowd
French Peas, Mushrooms. String Beans, Sardines
in Glass, Pate de Foie Gras, Truffle Liver Sausage,
Stuffed Mushrooms, Fish Balls in Fish Bouillon, Tripe
a-la Mode, Sweetbread with Mushrooms, Cavier,
French Prunes in Jars, Green Turtle Meat, Mortadella
Sausage, Cepes in Oil, Baunkohl mit Pinkel, Smoked
Eels, Black Mushrooms, Saucischen (Small Sausage
Roasted), German Pearl Onions, Dutch and French
Cheese in Tins, Pumpernickel, Anchovies, Mackerel in
Oil, etc., etc.
Henry May Co.Ltd.