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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 26, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENINO BULLETIN, ITONOHJt.tJ. T it. TUVHSDVY, MAY Sfi, 1910,
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Cuts In Fancy Silks and Silk
SALE. BEGINS WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 1ST
SHEPHERD CHECK 19 inches, wide; Brown and
White; 90c. a yard. Sale price , .GOc. a yard
DRESS PATTERNS In Brown, Nav, Champagne,
Green and Grey; 19 inches ;vide; 16 yards to pat
tern; $1 a yard. Sale price 80c. a yard
SATIN FOULARD 24 inches wide; Navy with White,
Dot. White with Black Dot; $1 a yard. Sale
price . .' ." .05c. a yard
STRIPED MESSALINE 27 inches wide; Lavender and
Grey; $1.25 a yard. Sale price 95c. a yard
STRIPED MESSALINE 27 inches wide; Brown and
Navy; $1.50 a yard. Sale price $1.20 a yard
BROCADE 24 inches wide; Navy and Plum; $2 a
yard. Sale price $1.60 a yard
SHEPHERD CHECK FOULARD 19 inches wide; Navy
and White; $1.25 a yard. Sale price 95o. a yard
LAVENDER SATIN FOULARD 22 inches wide;
$1.25 a yard. Sale price 75c. a yard
SATIN FOULARDS AND MESSALINE DRESS PAT
TERNS Brown, Navy, Grey, Green, Lavender,
Old Rose; $1.25 a yard. Sale pric $1 a yard
SACHS' DRY GOODS C(K
Comer Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
reproductions of the old masters artistically colored.
The subjects are the best exhibited in the cileries of Lon
don, Pris and Versailles. The prices are moderate.
YE ARTS & CRAFTS SHOP, Fort below King
Frances Morrison, Manager ,
Lemon and Vanilla
Aire Unequalled for
Pastry, Cakes, Ices, etc.
Sold by All Grocers
Says Cooper, Pronouncing
Sentence In Auto
' mobile Case
"It Is hard to believe this man guil
ty as charged," sold Judge Cooper this
'morning at the conclusion of tho tes
timony taken lntho caso of the Ter
v rltory against Mnsakl, charged with
heedlessly lirlvlng'automoblle No. 405.
The caso came up to Judgo Cooper
from the I'ollco Court, where the de
fendant was lined $100 iind costs
which sentence was appoaled from on
Testimony In tho case taken today
wob conflicting and the Court Uself
asked many question, sitting as uom
"ludKO and jury In tho matter.
j Tho complaint charged that Masakl
was driving his automobile heedlessly
and endangering tho safety of Mrs,
Mary Kalclalll on Fort atrect,( near
Beretania, on April 1.
Mnsakl In his testimony of how thn
)he, accident happened told a straight
.forward story, and at the conclusion
Judgo Cooper spoke highly of It. ,
Masakl was coming down Fort
Vtroet and Mrs. Kalclalll was standing
on the corner, Btopplng ci.t In front
of tho car from tho curb when It was
almost upon her,
Two witnesses stated tlint (he ca
was go! us not moio Hum '.v'ti miles ap
hour at thn tlma of tho accident, and
that tho woman wnBknocUd nsldo by
tho wheel guard and that tho wheal
did not touch her.
I The complainant's, tostlmony was
that tho machine had knocked her
down and run over her. Two days lat
"er she had n bad bick and went to a
doctor, and she felt tho machine go
In summing up tho case Judgo Coop
er 'said: "Tho conflicting testimony
In the caso makes It hard for me to
decide that thU man was qullty. espec
ially after his straightforward story.
It seems hardly possible that so many
people In these days don't realize that
they are living In a progressive age
and take so many chances. Many a
time have people whowere apparently
going to stand on a curb for some
time, quickly step In front of my car,
and only- by having perfect control of
It have I been ablo to avoid accidents."
After considering-n space longer tho
Court pronounced tho prisoner guilty
mid sentence will bo Imposed tomor
row morning at 8:15.
C. F. Chi igworth appeared for tho
defense nr the prosecution was con
ducted by County Attornoy Cathcait.
(Continued from Page 1.)
membcrcd that when he was working
on n ptnntatkm some twelvo years
ago, tho manager, who was not n
drinking man, had become 111. and had
been advised by his physician to
drink liquor. For all these reasons tho
speaker Intended to voto against pro
hibition. Representative Kealawaa, the gen
tleman who started out with tho
pledges fur tho rJakooknd Prohibition
Club, und who quit wh f he saw that
ho was getting Into trouble, with his
constituents, camo out against prohi
bition, but favoring a new liquor law.
Ho had given up drinking, ho said,
still ho was not In favor of prohibi
tion by any means. However, lie did
object strenuously to the manner in
which tho saloons carried on their
business. A couplo of days before
ono orTils sons In law had left the
house with seven dollars In his pock
et. Ills wife had told the Representa
tive or this raid on tho family treas
ury, and Kealawaa had himself set
out on an expedition for the purposo
of receiving both son-ln-luw and tho
coin, Ho had found the young man
In a saloon where he was having a
good time with tho "boys" and had
been Invited, to take a d-k, which
Invitation be had virtuously declined
to accept. Ho had found, however,
that out of tho S7 only 52 was lurt.
Kealawaa went qn to say that ho
wished to see a severe law passed
which would make stringent regula
tions for tho saloons, providing that
the customers could corao In, get their
drink, and pass out again, and prohlb-
ttlng hanging about tho bar, Tho last
session of the Legislature had taken
UP tho liquor question, but nothing
had been done with It, and then Wool
ley had sneaked off to Washington to
try to get hit schemes through there,
Tho chair called for an expression
of opinion on tho part of thoso pros
cnt on tho liquor question AND ALL
STOOD UP EXPRESSING THEM'
SELVES AS AOAINST PROHIBI
Ewallko then stated that he did not
believe It would bo fatro take a vote
on tho matter at that time, aB It was
a very Important niatter. which all
the members should have a dialled to
voto on. For that reason the taking
of the vote would bo postponed until
the meeting of the Union next Friday
LOCAL RUSSIAN PIL1KIA
.: TAKEN TO WASHINGTON
' NUW YORK, May 25, What purports lo ne a brtd state of nrfalrs
In Hawaii wilt lie presented before (lie Washington nittliorltlei tomor
row, the eilltor of tho New York Kmslun newspaper, accompanied liy two
lawycis, belli); (in Ills way to request the nlit of the Department nf Com
merce find Labor on behalf of the Hitsslan Immigrant In Hawaii.
The charge will bo made 111 'it tho Russians have been Imported by
the Ilawnllnn planters to become virtually slaves on the sugar planta
tions. It will be shown that they have
and nrn now .destitute and unable to
The planters of Hawaii will be charged wjth having lured the It in.
Blana to llawnl) by falsa representations of conditions and of having Im
ported them In violation of thn rontrnct labor laws.
A reiiuest will be made Hint Washington take. Immediate action to
have the Immigrants sent bad; to .their homeu at the expense of the
The nbove has reference to an article nf the same Import published
Beveral da) s ago by tho II u 1 I o 1 1 n. '
PRACTISE SHOT SINKS STEAMER.
NUW YOHK. May 25. Tim steamer Katahdln wn sunk today after
being hit by a shell fired from ono of
off Indian Head. Tho steamer was
the directions given, and her sinking
ESTRADA STILL "H0LDINO THE FORT."
HI.Ul'.ni:U)S, Nicaragua, May 25. Tho Kstrada men still hold the
trenches and are defending the city, the attacks nf th. Madrfz men
having been beaten hark without decisive gains on either sldo.
m i m s
MARY HARRIMAN TO WED ARTIST. ,
NUW YOHK, May 25. Miss Story HarVIman, only daughter and
heiress of the late K. II. Ilarrlnian, will be married here tomorrow to
Charles Cory Kumsey, a sculptor of Cleveland.
FISH TRUST INDICTED.
BAN KKANCISCO, May 25. -A fish trust has been discovered to
exist here, twenty wholesale dealers In flsh being Indicted today under
tho antitrust law.
"LION AND THE MOUSE"
I LOUIS MORRISON.
Tonight Mr. Mtjlae will iigaln her winning. Woepi the audlenco ko-
present for tho npproval of his pa
Irons "Tho Lion and the
This play was produced with great
success n few weeks ago, and nu-
111019118 requests caused Mr. McRae
to repeat the play. '
The story of the play U well known
and the iiitlon Is rapid and full of
exciting moments. The struggles of
the girl, who has nothing, waging u
fight against the money king, and
Manager Congdon, of tho Park The
ater has made a hlg plungo Into vau
deville by the acquisition of thu Pour
lbsons, Including three )oung nnd pret
ty ladles and a young man, who coma
to thn Port Btreet play house ut great
Tho lbsons are a mimical team. Tlioy
are proficient In tho clever handling
of an array of musical Instruments In
cluding those of brass as well as
string. Thu team comes hero fresh
from their triumphs throughout tho
larger cities of China, India and Aus
tralia. Their act, which occupies the
attention of the spectator for twenty
minutes. Is pronounced by competent
critics as clever us It Is entertaining.
The Park manager docs not stop
hore In tho presentation of a unique
vaudeville hill, but bo has nltto se
cured Miss Mlnclto Rhodes, a charm
ing and pctlto soubretto who has
PIIXS CURCD lf0 TO t4 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed
to cure any pase of Itching, Blind,
Weeding pr Protruding Pilps in 6 to
14 days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MUDICINB CO., Saint Louis,
U, S. of A.
been maltrcnted by tho police
do anything to help themselves.
the battleships at target practise
out of the lino of lire neenrding to
was the result of u misdirected
cd up to a high pitch.
l Mr. Mtltan has presented many
.. '.,'.. .... , ,.' , . , ,
Mouse" seems to havo met with the
popular approval of theater patrona
of this city.
Next week Mr. McRae will offpr
Hose Stnhl's great ' su:ccsh. 'The
Chorus Lady," )th Miss Oswald In
the tlllo role. Tills play Is one of
tho latest New York successes and Is
Mire to bo a winner.,.,, r
11 I1C IllilB. 1I11L 1 1IC lalUli UIIU ttIV
made a hit with her winning songi
nnd dances. Tho only Carl Wullner
who captivated (he crowds at practlc-nil-
every port along the China coast
nnd tho Philippines, makes patrons of
tho Park wear smiles that wonl conio
off, Since his arrival at Honolulu,
Wnllner has nhlstled and sung- his
way Into, tho hearts of a host of
Tho Park bill Is well worth seeing.
Tho usual hlgh'standard of pictures Is
The Hawaiian band will give a con
cert this evening at tlif Plcasautou
Hotel, Piinahou, nt1:3A o'clock, as fol
lows: March Tho Thunderer ...,. Sousa
Overture Titus ,.,, Mozart
llallad La Puloina (bjj request) ..
, ...I..,..,.., Yradlor
Selection II Tnnntorn Verdi
Vocal Tlirco Diets ,..nr. by Bergor
Selection Suite Bohemian (by re
Tone-Pof in Breezes from tho South
(by request) ,. Myddlctnu
Serenade Lovo In Idleness. Macbeth
Iho htnr Spingled Banner.
Too many people are doing thu
handwriting on t)i wall, and (oo
few are rending It. 1 Washington
cards on sale at
tho Bulletin office.
rnrcsp. JyuteSSasA SLSHsSaBA
NEW YOHK. May 1. With soma
118,000.000 In cnth at his commnu I
and plenty of credit from Chicago
bankB, James A. Patton la In the midst
of a light against tho bears In a pot
ton pool. While Patton Is leading th-jt
bulls In their struggle for profits and
higher prices, Senator Overman of
North Carolina and Senator Slmmona
of thu Mimo state, lavs thu mutter be
fore tho courts. Patten declares ho la
Wi & mli ill wv fmPfMM
b C" i ML ava: f
not running a pool, but Is buying nnd an Illegal cotton pool exists and tho senators backing Wlckersham, whlQ
paying for all cotton offered him. But .government will punish the guilty other senators are demanding to know
that a pool does exist nnd (hat othor'membeis. John W, (lutes Is credited why tho government j taking such an
failure arc duo to follow the ful)mewth being a partner of .Patten nnd active part In cotton dealings. Heron)
of Knight, Yancey & Co.. ono of tio, dates Is quoted as saying tho "govern- tho Inquiry Is completed- sensation In
largest "spot" hnusct In the country, ment will have a long run before It tho form of shattered1 reputations urn
Is the statement credited to govern- gets Jim" The Investigation of tho promised In high Ilnunclal nnd polltl
ment officials, Attorney pencr.il Wick- cotton iool has been carried Into the cal circles.
But few men get credit tor being
hard wprkers nhles they start V
And If some men didn't boast, they
would be unnblo to keep up fnth
THE 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
IN COTTON POOL, ATTORNEY
ersham has gotio on leenrd as saving
Self pieservntlon In a man Is the
worst law of nature so anyS a
A woman likes to havo Her lius
'hand think alio Is Jealous when she
M& mw . Agrafe. 1
tj? VsmMaNS & 1!
a. 1 t . a'
1 II t i
DEMAND I ROBE
United States sennto. many southorii
Money will buy anything except
happiness; It will enable ou to go
an where except to heaven.
A man might he able to linye
moiioy it his wife didn't huyu rela