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EVENING nULTETIN, nONOUJLU, T. II., TUESDAY, MAY i, 1910,
Wc received per S.( S. Wilhclmina some very pretty and
entirely new designs In bagdad nnd tajfestry Couch Covers.
Trices from $2.75 up.
3FANDS0ME SHIRTINGS 3G-inch Dirigo Shirtings;
fine quality and finish. A large variety of patterns direct
from the factory. 15c. per yard,
VEILS,. VEILS, VEILS Low priced arid high priced.
Ion); 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 Ueretania 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 leadine metropol-
itan stores of the East. You'll
enjoy just seeing them.
.-ti u n - .
Jot Black Suede
Made of the best quality
Black Suede, with the new
Short Vamp. Leather Bow
to match. Slightly extended
soles; high Cuban heels. A
style most popular fr) Kfl
at present- tJu.UU
With the Snup -Fit Heel and
the No-Oap Ankle Fit. A rich,
dressy shoe for home or
street wear which may be
worn with any trown. Made
with light feather edge
turn soles and Cu- (j J Kfl
'ban heels ijWiUU
Made of bright Patent
Colt Skin. New Short Vamp
effects, ma'Be on a new high-
arched last with leather
Cuban heels A per
feet fitter ,
Made of closely-woven Sea
Island. Duck. Four -Eyelet
Ribbon Tie Effects, made on
pretty plain dress toe shapes
with lieht turn soles and
Cuban Heels to QQ flf
Made of Sea Island Duck
with Bow to match, on a new
perfect fitting Short Vamp
last. Light turn soles and
Cuban heels. The same with
low heels, suitable for grow
ing girls wearing ,
ladies' size ..
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 Port Street
Traductions of the old masters artistically colored.
The subjects are the best exhibited in the imlleries of Lon
don, Paris and Versailles, The prices arc moderate.
YE ARTS & CRAFTS SHOP, Fort below King
Frances Morrison, Manager
Lemon and Vanilla
Are Unequalled for
Pastry, Cakes, Ics, etc.
Sold by All Grocers
ENGAGED IN BATTLE
NUW OHUJANS, May 23. Iloiiorts that have readied hero from
lllucflcldx, NlmniKim, tiro to tho effect Hint n r.cueriil cnciici'imiit Is !.
Ing fought between tlic fortes of' tlio government mid those of Itiu n-MV
lutlonary government, the Initio lining bion In prcgmsi hIiro Moi.it.iy
morning. lnreo division, of President Mudilz's nuiij'mc now assailing ,
tho defenses erected bv tho Ustrndi guutds nutsldu Ihu ill) of llluo
flclds, having cvnilod tho main army of defense,
General nln, one of President Mndtlz's Ileiilonants, Is nt thp head
ofithq ntta:klng force. When tlio nrmlei tlashed In 11o first of tho bat
tle, nivns tpd one thousand men nrouutl the revolutionary llanic and
made n dash for tho h'cadqtiartcrs of Estrada's pinvtsloiinl goiernmcnt.
arriving at Kama before tho movement was detected. Then tho frontal
attack bolng mado by the main army of (lie goernin6iit developed so
strongly that no reinforcement for the liliwllejda guard could bo spar
ed, leaving tho way open for ila who Is nttncklt g tit thrco divi
Tho American marines arc held under arms, ready to Intervoiio
should any attempt bo made by cither fide upon any of the propirty of
ttiuciicuim III lliueill'llia, ,
CHINESE RAILWAY LOAN DIFFE RENCES ADJUSTED.
1'AIMS, May 23. Iteprejontutl ves of tho financiers Interested In the
Chlne'o loan for the tlnantlngif t hjK-HankoW.Szechuen r.illrond. In
southern China, In tho floating of w Jdch loan there arose International
questions nmong the Powers, met a nrt iidjucted their dimcultles today
nnd expect to sign an agreement ro gnrdlng their rcspoctlw shares In
(he loan tomorrow, China Is.expec ted to iiFsent to this agreement,
RECORDS OF FOUR SHOCKS. ',
SAN J03I3, May 23. The seHmogrnph nt the Santa Clarn College
here this, afternoon recorded four sharp earthquake shocks The scat
of tho disturbance Is estlnxitod toxbo fourteen hundred and ninety miles
WORLD'S SUNDAY SCHOOL PRESIDENT.
WAblJINUTUN, 1). U., May a:i. Ueorgo llalley of Philadelphia was
today elepted -president of the World's Sunday School Comeritlon.
Senator Lorimcr and Officials
Investigating Bribery Scandal
" KBr 65 Bwt TS!slssssss0Si.
1 mm covenNoit
I J-Jhrf- kt
SI'IUNOnni.l), III, May .8, Gov.cr
nor Dcutun, Attorney (kncral Stoil
hurt Btuto Attorney Wujnian Jif Chi
cago promise to make u romploto In
vestlgatlon of tho chaises of Hepru
sentatlYQ Charles A. Whltu that ho
was paid $1900 to ole for Senator
Wflllam lioclmer, Whllu Illinois Is do
ing some lurstlgatlug, tho senate has
also taken tho charges under toiuld
rrntlon, nnd n rccond Sonator Clark
standil may lesult, Snutor Irtmcr
has fssiiud a titatcnient in which ho
enters a general denial to nil tho
points niado by Vhito nipt declares the
caso Is an cKort on tho part of a Chi
cago now stupor to lujiirp hhn In n po
litical and financial way, Henntor' Uir
liner linn just openod n bank nnd trust
Compiny In Chicago ,
" I H331
rPHE grace and good form of
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
available, and in 'their own pro
perly equipped work rooms. We
carry a full line of Benjamin
Clothes in prices from $20"
8 di '
Have to Choose
and Comfort in
When you bought ordinary jhoes you had to decide whether
you wanted style or comfort because you knew that it wat impoi
tible to obtain both in the same hoei. We can give you Women's
Regal Shoes that Mill altord you both ,peec style and absolute
comfort. Thec combined features have helped to make Women's
Regal Shoes famous.
Our Women'j Regals are exact reproductions
of the latest, correct custom styles and Regal
quarter-sizes (found ony in Regal Shoes) insure
perfect fit and comfoit. Wc will demonstrate this
to you any time you will drop into our stoic.
$3.50 and $4.00
Regal Shoe Store
KAM AQUATIC CLUB
club's headauartcrs; distauco Apprnkl
matol) qimfli-'i' mlla; tnn prizes.
2. Jfin's l'our Iodi!Ie Modern C.v
uoo IlBCi Coiirso from club's head
nu.n trrs to llag pppolto Mnkalll J'oln
and luck to startlun point; distance
jlpproxlmatul) liulf nllu; two prizes.
a. Sailing Modern Cauoo Raco,
Finn I nan And .SnnrfU'iri,tc,'i,'8--Coi"'8oironiflaKoiiw',ito
1 Hit LUtlU rtllU OjJUl IOMb1c'0, mni ,, th0 phanne to
Uown At Kalilu
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
;rr?- .-.?- ',iiWT?Mwy-wn.HMaA ..-fcaULA
Tho Kumehiimeha Aquatic Club n III
commeniorato the Nntal ipy of Kamo-
hamcha tho eonqtirror of theso Is
llanils, by bUIhk ho rollovlns ueqimtle
I uivirts noil a titan nt their hoadnuart
erx on Kahakauulaim Island tit the uut
tranco of Knllil Harbor on June II,
IDIO; nt 9:80 n in, kliarp. th follow
I UK boliiR u teutntlM) pni:;raii if sntd
J Uidlm' J'nddllim Modorn Canoe
Race it jnddja) Couroo fiom tlaa ojf
opposite Mokiimo.t l&land In Moannlua
nay, keeping In deep paler and ro
turn to llag opposlto club's headquart
ers; illsLiwo approximately three
miles 1'rlzo silver cup donated liy
filcmN of tli euir nnd cash.
I, Snlllns Modrn panoo Unco, Sec
ond Class -Coinao sanio ns ihlrd race;
- !i. SallliiK llinlorn Canoo Usee for
Ladles. Courbe from lliu opwslto Ma
It still I'plnt np tho fliiinnfl koeplriK In
(Icuji v'nlor lo Hub eplKisltti Moktilaii
mint nun renin) lo iwiK npjinsiio run
liPiil(irirtirs; iHotniio tipprfltlnintely
tto tnJIOH two lfrUos
C IMdilllUK Uitwallan Cunoo Hiiro
site Maknll Point to (lag opposltft Ken
hiikuniano I'olnt and return to flaw op
poslto club's headquarters, fllhtnuru ap
proximately Uiree-rpiirtliH niilu; two
Ilaccs' to ho governed by club's rules,
LADIES' NIGHT At
Ladles' Night of tho Men's I.euguq
of Central Union church was eiy
filtnsiuitly celebrated on Monday vfi
Ing by a dinner In tho liuuku pavilion
of thu Young llolol followed hy u E-'iiK
and ldano recltu! In tho mak.il pull
on, 0cr ono Iiuiidreil iiiemlicrH of. into prattlso.
.. .. I,L .-.xn nml Ihll.' VVm.. ..
city did not need tho emergency am
bulance or tho hospitals to accommo
date those who wanted to ceteurntn
tli6 national holiday. In doing this
wo only followed the movement
which Is gonernl over tho country-
for n quiet, truly patriotic celebra
tion. Why should wo go back, by''
repealing this ordinance, to tho bar
barism of a custom which we havo,
"Let us havo happiness with pro-
eotlon.nnd If thcro Is n desire for
lrecmckcrs the cxploshcs should bo
handled "by exports, as, for Instance,
he- Portpln celebration, when they
Aero a joy nnd plcnsuro to hundreds
Mhoiuiluds. Hut to gtvo flrccrack
irs Indiscriminately JLo tho small boy
md tho Inexperienced Is a menace to ,
?0THUMOU8 LETTER OF
MARK TWAIN ARRIVE8.
New York, April 57. Ouo of the
last lottcra that Mark Twain wrote
from his retreat In tuiniiy Bermuda
was addressed to a llttlo girl In this
city, Sarah IshKlshor. Tho letter.
mlsscnt. and delayed In the malls, has
lust reached Its destination.
Sarah, who Is n thirteen- car old
pupil In the Wadclgh High Bchool.
read tho "I'rlnco and tho Pauper" n.
WOMEN WORK FOR
SAFE, SANE FOURTH
SAN niANCISCO, Apr. 27, The
California Club Is up In arms. VI
bIohs of burning homes, small bos
Willi arms and legs blown off, eyes
blinded by gunpowder, the ambu
Idiicp sLiirrilng atr the city to
bring In the maimed and dying, the
hospltuls crowded and like scents
resembling he aftermath of a bat
tle wero IUdlj' pictured, tho men
ace recalled b Supervisor Nelson's
proposed now tiro ordinance, under
whkh the present nbsoluti) iirolilbl
tlon of the uso of oxploahCK Is to
be co amniuled that tlio olufashlnn
ed Fourth of ,July will ugaln eomo
ilia Loaeiin v 1th guests and their
wles sat down to tho dinner, nnd b
tween courses took a low nt tho
mqou's eclipse and tho comet. rot
Inn Ing the dinner they ndjourned to
the iniiknl palllo'i wnm u most
pleasing rot I tnl wns glen by Miss I.ln
iloinnn Mr S)dne llohon mcnm
panled Miss l.lndeiiiaii nnd gno n pi
nno solo as ona of Die numbers it the
llatiplnehii s the shadow, of 'con
It's t Vasto of ummunltlon to kill
....,, .,. . --rv. -k.i-r
few mnntliH ago and wob so tnuchTi,12t
Interested In It Unit shu wrote u ?f
?piuui. uniiKiiiK ihu niurjr up iu umw r jjj4
anu jnirouucing mng rAiwara as uw.
character. Sho Bent a copy of liorJ
work to Mark Twain, '
Here is his reply.
You wrlto that this llttlo story
camo to sou In a dream. I think '
II Ift n rnmnrlrnfiln ,lrpnm for 'n v
nlrl nt llilrtffn In linvn itrft.niM -A --
and sequenco from the beginning ,
to tho end, which Is not ho habits
of dreams. It Is a good plcco oB
""in. , ,,
I think I may say with youf A
KlRtr-r Ihnf T llkn mvnAtf hnitt vhatf
I nm Norlotia. MARIC TWAIN.
Mrs, Louis Hcitz, chulrman of tho
rlvlcs section of tho club, which has
this matter In charge, mude a talk
on this subject before tho Supervls-
01 s etenlu ' Mini later In the day
lirjig!it It to the attention of the
entire- club. As It happened to bo
u union meeting of tho udlrers of all
of tho clubs In San rrnntlsco, tho
ordinance, will be opposed by tho
united, strength represented by over
lf,00 clnb women, Fre Marsha!
Towo and' Chief Murphy are llkewlso
opposed to Nclson'B ordinance.
"Wo worked for years for n safe
nnd sano rourth of July," says Mrs.
It takes a Hrst-clnss-airship toi Hertz, "with the rsult that when
keep uu appearaucesj jjt.jiw
STANKOIID UNIVEItSlTY, Cl.. ,
April 21. Da ghosts haunt tho rulnu
of thu Stanford Library, which, went
down In tho quako of April 18, 130C
Do shades of former burners of tba
inldnhht oil or of departed protessonf
seek to pursuo tho undorsraduatcfi
with clanking chains and other well
known shilYcrproducersT . y jil'ri
Students passing In tho raldnljhC ,&k
hours declare that such Is tho case. V ,1
tng from holluclnatloni derived In oth
er less seemly places Is refuted by thii ,
fact that the lid Is on at Stanford.
And, ecn co-eds returning from farf&y
evening stron naTo ooon inunicnen -
into' a run uy sirango ana innniBK j
groans and clanklngs. ' $'
wi ruinurnuuiq una 1110 uijvtery duw,4
como that a party of studonta, IncluC-,' -Ing
soertiI football players and ottleri ,
athletes Is organising to spend tntiJ"
rext month on light nights In the'rute.
od pile, In ordor to solvo the ChbettyiS1,
iiuuie unco lur lui, lik'f
tint torn .of tho mstery tley will 'farov
i'jili wuaioci; causes illo myslorV
inns noises, ino umvorsny nuthorltlvi
llioriz, "Willi uie rwim n.ui wn j.BVC gw,n fll , p)nre a u wft, u,
tlio present ordinate wan passa tho mnn nQ0r the haunted pile, .j ,
Uoslte MnknlU I'olnt to ling i(piostttl islxpaiiuio). Coutse from flag opjio-
a.fl-i.jlMtfKillWI.JaSS? V , tLMji,ifcw.J? WJJfilfl ', iit.t . i.T -t.. .'.. ' th .j I- A .i-.' .. I r - . ' t A.tJfA
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