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EVENING nntXETIN. IIONOT.UIU, T. II., MONDW, M Y 21, 1910.
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 sizes, $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
yto $3.50 each.
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
' "New Shipment
TRUNKS, LEATHER U, SUIT CASES
' Up-tq-Diyfcp Styles
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Cor. King and Bethel
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AH
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS Oil HER OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
J!"! DILLINGHAMS ARE
HOTEL MANX IHt Fl)KLHA3tK5
Army and Navy Hcadauartera.
Special attention to Honolulu trade.
Without, bath .... $1 50 tier day up
With bath . 2 00 per day up
Meals tabic d' hole or a la carte
Management of Qui C. Lnnri
Honolulu Representative: M. F.
PETER Phone 301.
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juit oppodtt Hotel Si. FrincU
European Ilan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish,
ingscost $203,000. nighclassbotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
ferringalloverclty. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
ITotel Stewart now recognized as
IUwuiltnlsland hcadquarers. Cable
address, "Trowels." ABC Code.
Compound. I stif.
fcrcd from terrible
headaches, pain In
my back and rlplit
side, mas tired and
nervous, nnd so
stnn'ri. I.vdla K.
lile Compound re
stored me to health
and made mo feel like a new person,
and It shall always havn my praise.'1
Mrs. W. 1. V.uxvriNK. fiOJ Lincoln
Bay Philippine capital clrculat-1 AT,cn"' Cnmrtcn, "..!.
, jo, on. talo that ho Is backed f.?n:7.?LB .l!
tor said I would have tn go to the
iiuoiiii.ii i.ii mi ,,ii:iniiuii, iiiibijjuinr,.
Plnkham's Vegetable Compound com
pletcly cured me In three months."
Miti. 8. A. William, It. F. D. Jfo. 14,
Box SO, Gardiner Me.
Because your ease Is a difficult one,
doctors having done ynu no pood,
do not continue to sillier without
giving Ljdla K. Plnkham's Vegetable
Compound a trial. It surely has cured
many cases oi icmaie ins, sucn as in.
What You Should
is obtainable in its highest
excellence and' is correctly
served in attractive surround
ings at the ever popular
C. J. MCCARTHY, Prop.
Corner Hotel and Bethel Sts.
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
102H Nnitnnii St
We make them for every
purpose and guarantee the
quality. Our work is well
known among business men
as the best in the city.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Building
Wall, Nichols Co.,
MOVED I MOVED!
To REPUBLIC BUILDINO. KINO
STREET, where you can find the
latest in Books, Stationery, Office
Furniture and Supplies.
Ring up Telephone No. 201.
I Large assortment, double weave,
ladien1 and men's.
I HAWAII 6 SOUTH SEAS CURIO CQ.
(Next Cable Office)
THERE'S A GOOD TIME ALWAYS
Sachs Block, Tort and Bcretania Sts
l-'lne furnished rooms, 1 par da)
110 and upwards tier month. Binn
MRS C A. BLAISDF.LL. Prop.
, WAIKIKI INN
,First-Class Familv. Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach
W. 0. BERGIN. Prop.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
IS STILL ALIVE
Uelivtren to rrtidensci
nd oflUrj at 25n set
hundred in 10-lh lot
A o OARNHAFII
rfrf rnii 4rlf
Thayer, the 'Mysterious,
Alford I'lndlay Tha)cr, tho mjstcrl
ous man or mjlhlc.d mazuma, who
appeals to hae ntoincd a sonombulciit
ciuwd of Hianlnli mid Filipino hiclcn
ilcros and land onncis near tho city
of Munlla Philippine iHlands, fiom
Hair ttmc-honurid siesta, stoutly nf
firms tliat ho Is spreading the Dilling
ham millions b) hla alleged purchases
of tho broad and fertile acres that
border upon the picturesque waters of
Despite the more or less emphatic
denial of the Tint or allegations which
emanate from tlio local oftlcu o'C the
Dllllnghams, tho erstwhile Honolulu
newspaper man, author, publisher,
aufolst,. statistician, club man nnd
bonvolant continues his merry round
up by huge pIIch of good American
gold, the property of the Honolulu
Dllllnghams. Thajir talks blandly of
million dollif sttgnr mills and he has
already Imparted sufllclent confidential
infoimatlon to the Manila newspaper
fraternity to mako the story of tho
spending of "Urcnster's Millions" look
like tho reluctant donation offered at
the passing of the hat at a missionary
! Tho Manila Cablcncws of April IS
gives much prominence to tho alleged
Dillingham purchases In the Philip
pines. It has this to sa :
Full confirmation of the oxclusho
announcement In tho Cablcncws-
American of rebruaiy 21 that the 11
V. Dillingham Company of Hawaii
plans to Imcst from 2,000,000 to
3,000,000 pesos in tho I'hlllpplno, sugar
Industry la. round In the fact that tho
bureau of' lands Is now preparing
final certificates showing tho transfer
of 10,000 acres of tlio Calamba cstato
nnd about 10 000 acres of nenrby prl
vato land In Laguiia province to tho
Dllllnghams, The pnrchaso prlco
varies from 40 to HO pesos per acre.
When Interviewed by a Cablcnews
American representative February 23,
Mr. A. F. ,Thacr. tho Dillingham
agent who had been In the Islands
since J'ebruirj fi. admitted that tho
company fully Intmiied to invest per
manent! In tho Manila ami that ho
was at that tlmo negotiating for suit
able sugar land. '
Tracts amounting to nearly no.OOO
acres Mould huvo been bought but for
tho exorbitant prices asked by prop
erty land owners when tho Intentions
of Mr Tliajer becimo known. Iload
nuking to tho Culamba cxtnto has al
ready begun, tho Manila Railway Com
puny will soon put In a spur to the
plantation and (ho company expects to
construct Itn own hnru' on the
lake as well as run Its own launch
Six hundred thousand peso "f sug
nr it fining machinery will bo dls
patched from Jlonolnlii within a few
weeks and preparations for tho first
sugar crop will begin as soon as pos
i " --
Added to the Long List due
to This Famous Remedy.
Camden. N..T. "It Iswllh pleasure,
that I ndd my, testimonial to your
already lonjr list honing that It may
Induce others to avail themselves of
this valuable medi-
flammatton, ulceration, displacements,
uurnm tumors, lrregiuariiie
rains, backache, that lien
feeling, Indigestion, dizziness, andner-
vous prostration. It costs hut a trifle
to try it, anil thn result Is wc
lions to many suffering wonic
Blank Books and
OFFICE 5UPPLY CO.
Books! . Books! Books!
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg.
Cut Crepe Paper
For Ilima Leis
A. B. ARLEIOH & CO., LTD.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
Just Received - Very Handsome
Satin Brocades, Cut Velvets, and
Princess Lace : .
Also, a Complete Line of -
OLD JOE CANNON"
WHY SOME (BUSINESS
GIRLS AREN'T LIKED
WASHINGTON, U. C, April 22,
fly nirodlug Itudjard, Kipling, tho
Insurgent Itcpuhltcans nnd Demo
crats In the tlouiie have ridiculed
"Uuclo Joo" Cannon unmeiilfully.
Somiino brought Kipling's "Danny
Dcever" up to date by turning tho
famous poem Into "They'ro Hanging
Old Joo Cannon." A munlier of
copies wore (lr:ulated on tho floor
anil the Incident created a sousa
Hon. The 'author haft not been re
vealed. Here is tho paiody:
DANNY DEEVER (Up to Date).
"What nre the bugles blowing for,"
tuld I'ayno nii-paradc,
"To turn )ou out, to tutu jou out,"
Insurgent Norrls said.
"What makes qu look bo glad, so
glad"? said la)no on-parade,
"I'm glad that I'm on hand to
watch," 'Insurgent Norrls said.
Tor thoy'io hanging Old .loo Can
non, )OU can hear tlio Dead
And ory near two hundred men
aro taking him away.
Ho! tho (I, O. r.'a are shaking, and
the) 'II need their beer today
Aiiur Hanging oiu job uaiinun iniiiBj.
"Ills chair as right In front of
mlno," said I'ayne-on-parndo;
"He doesn't feel lI.n sitting now,"
Insurgent Norrls said.
"I'vo caught his Iter n scoro of
times," said I'ayno-on-painde;
"It's hull that ho'll be hatching
soon," Insurgent Norrls Bald.
Tor thej're hanging Old Joe Cannon,
nnd for him It Isn't nice,
lletwcon Country Club nnd Tort ,nd 1 bet he fools uncomfy. though
Shatter, bunch of kejs on silver ,o looks as coal ag Ice,
ring, Ilewnrd ir ritun.cd to tlio He'a a biokon down o)d wnr-horso
llullotln ofllco. 4020.1w and Ills partj's sacrllUe
Oh, the) 're hanging Old Joe Cannon
In the morning.
Many a girl when she starts out
tn cam her living foolishly hides tho
fact fiom her frlonds on tho ground
Hint If It Is known she will lose cast
This Is a groat mistake, for If thero
Is one thing the average Idle woman
admires uboo all else It fs the abil
ity to bo cleer nnd to succeed,
whether Jn money making or In nnj
thing else In this world.
Tho reason why many working
women do" loso ground socially Is to
bo found purely within themselves.
Many girls the minute they mingle
In the business world lose their soft
ne?B and charm and become rough
ai d a trifle like the men about them,
A woman's manners' nnd personal
ity should always bo kopt distant
from her woik.
Then another thing so many bus
iness women can talk of nothing but
buslt ebs. -Tholr whole lives are con
lined to tho office atmosphere, tho
oflUu talk and WayB.
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NEW STOCKS LATEST DEVICES
ASSOCIATED OARAGE, LTD. Auto Supply Department
Tenders for furnishing tho City
and County of Honolulu with mato-(
rial and supplies, tor mo monin or
June, 1!U0, will bo received at tho
oflUu of tho City and Comity Cleric
until the hour of 7:30 p. in, of
'I hural.iy, May 2G, 1910,
TcndciH may be obtained, upon ap
plication, at the c-nice of tho City
mil County Clerk, .Mclutjie building,
D KALAUOKALANI, Jit.,
Clerk. City nnd County of Honolulu.
''What makes that front rank Mann
fall down"? Bald Ia no-on-pa-
"He's lost his nerve, he's lost his
nerve," Insurgent Norrls said,
"What's that so black agin tho
sun"? said Payno-ou-muade;
"It's Dalzell sneaking oft for homo,"
Iiisurgont Norrls said.
Oh, they'io hanging Old Joo Cannon,
and the're doing of it fast,
for there's lots of others waiting
IN NEWS SERVICE;
Any Advertiser can save money
By using the Bulletin exclusively.
It covers the field. The rate In
proportion to service Is the lowest
In Hawaii. Ji j j
tll' Q m UHTKIl to
,-i TfUphvns U.' "y 23, 1910.
Bulletin Bns(ne flulrn Plinn "?n
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