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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, -T. II., SATUHDAY, MAT 28, 1010,
' Big Cuts In Fancy Silks and Silk
SAIE BEGINS WEDNESDAY MORNINO, JUNE 1ST
SHEPHERD CHECK 10 inches wide; Brown and
White ; 80e. a yard. Sale price , . iGOc. ft yard
DRESS PATTERNS In Brown, Nav, Champagne,
Green and Grey; 19 inches wide; 10 yards to pot-
ternjl a yard. Sale price 80c. a yard
SATIN POULARD 24 inches wide; Navy with White
Dot, White with Black Dot; $1 a yard. Sale
price t. , ...G5c. a yard
STRIPED MESSAIINE 27 inches wide; lavender and
Grey; $1.25 a yard. Sale price 95c. a yard
STRIPED MESSAIINE 27 inches wide; Brown and
Navy; $1.50 a yard. Sale price $1.20 a yard
BROCADE 24 inches wide; Navy and Plam ; $2- a
yard. Sale price $1.60 a yard
SHEPHERD CHECK FOULARD 19 inches wide; Navy
and White; $1.25 a yard. Sale price D5c. 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,
I Old Rose ; $1.25 a yard. Sale price $1, a yard
SACHS' DR7G0ODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
THE GRABOWSKY TRUCK
1, 1 1-2, 2 o3 Ton Truok
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO., Agts.
Office and Garage South Street. Near King
W. M. MINTON, Manager
reproductions of the old masters artistically colored.
Tho subjects are the best exhibited in the ralleries of Lon
don, Paris and Versailles. The prices are moderate. v '
YE ARTS & CRAFTS SHOP, Fort below King '
' Frances Morrison, Manager
v Iemon and Vanilla
Are Unequalled for
Pastry, Calces, Ices, etc.
Sold by .All Grocers'
Supreme Court Decision Against Mis.
aissippi Lumber Dealers' Asso
ciation, WASHINGTON, May 2. Tit
I hands of tho stafog in their tight
against trusts were upheld todtly b.i
the Supreme Court of th6 United
States with tfclllpg effect.
Tho Afeoelutlpn of'lletBll Lumber
Dialer's In Mississippi nnd Iitilslana'
was disbanded f) afllf niutlon of the
decree of tho Supreme Court df Mis
sissippi, the' Standard Oil Company
of Kentucky was' ousted from 'ten
nessee bV the approval of the deiree
of the Supremo Court of Tenneseo'.
Iloth tho sfate'eoufts had held, vlb
lated tho anti-trust net of the res
Justice Lurton announced tho op
inion of tho court In the MlssUslpf)!
esse. It wus his first uttorunce from
the Supremo Court bench on the
trust question. Ho accepted the find
lugs of I In' Stntn rnurlH npd con?
cldorecl only wliothef tlio statuto wa
lu ' conflict with the' fourteenth
amendment by abridging the freedom
of contract. '
"That any one nt tho persons en
gaged In the retail lumber business
might havo made a fixed rule ot.con.
duct not to buy his stock from a pro
ducer or wholesaler who should sell
to tho consumers in competition
with himself is plain," said the .us
tlcc. "No law which would infringe
his freedom of contract Jn that par
ticular would stand.
Vllut when thtf plaintiffs in error
combine and ngrco that no ono of
thorn will trado with any producer
or wholesaler who shall seii to a
contumer In the trade range of any
of them, quite nnother case is pre
'An net harmless when done by
any one may besome n public wrong
when done by many Acting' In con
cert, for It tliort takes on tho form
of a conspiracy nnd may bo prohibi
ted or punished If the result bo hurt
ful to tho public or o the Individual
against whom tho concerted action Is
Instead of looking for ft man under
the bod a sfilpstijr jtboyM Jook.for
ona undo? an auto.
BILL BUSTER'S LTTERTfl HIS HTBER
Dear Pat I am now working fn the meter department, This la
whore all the meters for measuring
sent out. first they sco It the mechanical part of tho meter Is nil
0. K.; then thoy connect It to rt nrgo tank of rub. which tins a Range
rin It, ghowpg tho exact nmount of gas tnki5n.'out. This tank beln.r
romicrlcd with tho meter. It must register tho k5mo 'ns' tho amount .
taken from tho tnnk. For Instance,
100 .feet "taker! out, then tho meter must register 10ft feet.
Vo hnvo three kinds of motorsfcallou'the monthly, prepay anil lest.
Thd monthly meters are rend each month, nnd the bill sent to tho con.
sumor, together1 with tho amount of
you drop n "quarter In n slot, turn a
ranged that It will allow n quarter's north of gai to pass, and no mote.
You can put as many quarfcrs In as jou llko up to twenty dollars, and
tho meter will always give thd correct amount of gas. Tho test meter
Is used where n consumer thinks his hill Is excessive. This meter has
a clock attachment arranged) as t.shov not only tho' amount of gas
Used, but also tho time when It was used. This plan Is tfy satlstac-
tor)", for ott can show tho consumer Just how much and when ho has
uBcd tho gas.
In every louartmont It seems 'o bo the ambition of ever one t'i
glvo the consumer complete and satisfactory service. 1 am glad that I
started to work here, for It sure makes
pcoplo I am working for try to give tho ry best thoro Is to their cus
tomers. With lovo, HILL.
TOKIO, May 27. Premier Son c has tcudcred his resignation to tho
Emporor, and It has been accepted. Tho Premiership has fallen to Vis
count General Tcratlchl, who was made tho Minister of War by fro
ntier Marquis SnlonJl. on his election
The new Premier will rotaln tho portfolio of war.
Isabura Yamagata wilt be appointed tho Deputy Ilesldcnt General of
i mm m
PUTTING THUMBSCREW ON PRIZEFIGHT.
WASHINGTON, D. C.. May 27. Tho International reform bureau,
In a lotter to Congress protesting against the desecration of tho nation
al holiday In San Francisco In tho proposed prlzeh'ght beta can John
son and Jeffries, has started n movement to ask Congress to withhold tho
endorsement of tho plans of San Francisco for the holding In that city
ef n world's exposition to celebrate the opening Of tho Panama Canal
In 1916. " '
San Francisco Is represented hero by a large delegation of citizens,
lobbying for Congressional endorsement of their plans for trying to head
off New Orleans' delegation from securing an endorsement for tho Gulf
City. The campaign against them, based on tho foci that S.m Fran
'Cisco will allow tho world's pugilistic championship to 'be fought for On
the Fourth of July, has created alarm amongst them.
DR. KOCH IS DEAD.
HAD15N-I1ADKN. Austria. May 27. Dr. 'Robert Koch, the famous
bacteriologist, died here today of heart failure.
Dr. Koch, whoso knowledgo of leprosy wag more extensive than
that of any other bacteriologist In Kurope, visited Honolulu a few years
ago, while here being taken by the Hoard of Health authorities to Mo
lokai. He investigated tho local methods of handling tho disease and
made a number of important recommendations. Uascd an, Ihcso recom
mendations, the Frear administration revised tho leprosy.) laws of Ha
waii and Inaugurated the present "jstem. making changes t which tho
Governor announced at the time as "(he most progressive step ever
taken In Hawaii on the leprosy question."
JEFFRIES GIVES PUBLIC EXHIBITION.
SAN ritANCISCO, May 27. Disregarding the nation-wide opposi
tion developing against his coming, battle with 'the negro Johnson for
ring honors. Jim Jeffries today holed in public, appearing before a
crowd of three thousand Interested spofts for six rounds with his spar,
ring partners. He seemed to be in excellent physical condition, and was
fast In his work. He made a favorable Impression upon- his critical ttu-,-
dlence, tho only adverse opinion voiced being that ho looked old,
BALLINGER AFFAIR BRINGS .UP SLANDER SUIT.
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 27. C. P. Connolly, the writer, Is be
ing Hitod by Assistant Attorney-General Lnwler for twqnty thousand dol
lars Tor Blander, tho suit being based on what Connolly hag written .In
connection with Lawler's testimony beforo the llalllnger-Pinchot inves
HUGHES' DEFEATED BILL UP AGAIN.
ALHANY, N. Y., May 27. Governor Hughes has called a special
session of tho New York' Lcglslature'to consider a bill providing for the
direct nomination of State legislators, which bill was defcatod by tho
members nt tho regular session.
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MINISTERSHIP FOR TAFfS SECRETARY.
WASHINGTON, D. C Muy 27 President Taft today sent the
name of Fred Carpenter, his private secretary, to tho ficnato'as his
nominee' for the post of United States Minister to (Morocco, i
Pineapple by-products have occu problem In sight Is tho amount that
pled the ce;itcr of tho huslncss stage'ean be marketed. Samples sent .out
for u whfln the nnst eek and have lunti with a most Mattering jde-
served as a reminder that sugar Is'mand for more, and everything lodk
not tho' only thing on which Hawalt.ery bright. Not n llttto money
has to depend for the expyidlfuro of
Its business acumen and scientific In
estlRatlon for financial profit,
On Wednesday evening the 'H u 1
1 e 1 1 n gae tho first announcement
of the new Pineapple. Products Com
pany that has been organized It) con.
nectlon with the .Hawaiian Pineap
ple Company, to manufoctuic and
market tho Dole pineapple Juice, a
very dollclous drink, and other by-J
prOllUClH Ul HIS lUH3ttiyiU lllllHlllt' IIKUIvi ......, v.. ..u cut........
companyNIs capitalized at $500,001), of tho pineapple Indpstrj- us. tt.lf'0.
with shares at a par value of I!!0, Just whlif tho-local Investors will
The stock is being. sold at $18. Ono. do with this stock Is an unknown
thousand shares were sold In the
local .matket In twpe hours, and
four thousand additional shares are
avnllablo for the local Investors.
Tho Bulletin published the
prospectus of the new lotiituny In Its
Thursday's Irsuo.-and tho proposl-
Hon looks very good for nujone who,
wants a good Investment in a homo
This proposition comes on the
market with Jhe experiments, ub ie.
ftards tho product that Is to ho man;
uf.-fctured, .tomplut6'!- ,TIe flnlstted,
nfflcle.has'bpen.'prodiicjd. Tho only
tho gas nro tested before they nro
If tho tank showg there have been
gns used, with tho prepay motor
handle, nnif tfio meter Is so ar
me feci god lo know that tho
'v. Ill havo to bo spent for ndvertls
Ing, but tho capitalization of the
company Is large enough to assure
the product being put before the
public richt. r
Tho besf feature, abqut,jhj.whjile,
thing Is that It furnishes an oppor
tunity to make mbfd out of tiio pine
apple. Tho' Julio as woll ag tho
ircsh and vthe canned pine 'can be
marketed at a good price. This, of
quantity. Conditions in Honolulu
at the present time are peculiar, but
there is no dodhl of the met It of tho
Mr. Itichaids, tho advertising man,
of Now York Is Irr town with a view
to landing tho advertising contract
for this product and handling tho
publicity campaign on the, mainland,
lie sag Hint the word "Hawaiian"
Is the beit luhprtlslng name n (lio
lands It is a great nRWt, Kverione
kuowB Honii'lliliiK about Hawaii now,
orVatlts to,ku,ow, so wl(en, tueyseo
.. -. -.
or hear Hawaiian, thoy look up.
Sugar Prices. !
Sugar and sugar stocks have re-
nialned In the doldrums through the
weok. The prlco of raws has held
firm at 4.27, while beets, after touch,
Iing the record price of the season at
15s". 0 3-4d has been gradually,
slumping bach, and was Hi. lOil.i
nn FrMftv nftApnnnn Mnf ava,v
export will tell you that he Is glad,
that tho price of rawg hag not gono
(lying high, but at tho same time he
will tell you that ho can't see what
Is holding It down, and ho thought
It would ho at 4.f0 by this time.
Although beets are sagging back
again, there Is every probability that
the remark of n Wall Street broker
quoted 'In this department somo
weeks ago will bo fulfilled beets
will bo 16s. In August,
Circulars will coma in on tho mall
of Monday telling all about what hag
happened In tho New York and Lon
don markets. It will bo surprising
If any of theso circulars predict a
fall of prices for tho next fix
There seems n good probability
that July and August of the, coming
jear will be n repetition of last year.
About tho time whon local btrslness
men aro beginning to think of tak
ing a vacation, the flurry will start,
with good trading at good prices,
Oahn and Olaa are the stockH of
which the largest number pf shares
have changed hands during the week,
Oahu has been selling at 34 In
blocks ranging from ten to fifty
shares. Olna has been represented
on the board each day by a sale rang
ing from fhc to ona hundred shares,
and on Ijrlday a sale of one thou
sand shares at 5.25 was reported,
and a block of 100 shares sold on
the board at 5.50. This block of
1000 Is presumed to tie n saiij made
to provide money to put Into ono'Of
the many oil irnd mlno propns'ltlons
that are In tho mnrket, but tho con
dition of Olan plantation will prob
ably furnUh the purchasers of the
stock a better return than ninety per
cent, of tho schemes brought here
from abroad. "
.Hawaiian Sugar made a distinct
advanco tho latter part of tho week,
Jumping- from 59 to Q1.25. Hawai
ian Commercial has returned to
41,75, wlthfnOt mutli activity. Kwa
has been selling nt :I3.25, Wala
lua Is fairly strong nt 131. Hutch-
liuon 'dropped to 18.25, nnd Pioneer
lo' 217. Honoknn's latest sales are
below twenty, an eighth. Oahu
Hallway sold at 141 50 on a deal tq
da4e out local holdings and take a
lller on tho Coast. Ilrewcry has re-
I veil nnd quite a block of stock has
told at 15.50. Quito it little Mc-
Ilryde has rnld at fi, sagging from
0.125 the first of the week. Mutual
Tophone ndvan'od to 14. A good.
sized block of Hawaiian Pineapple
went at 28.50,
Money coudlllous liaNa Improvoil
matorlally, nccordliiRto common re
Hanks am not .jot seeking
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
loans, but the' pinch of n few weeks!
logo has subsided, and the- time Is
rapidly approiichlng when thero will
be nmple funds nnd to spare, despite
the heavy drain that I being mudo
on local resources to satisfy tho drift
toward bulng Into tho schemes on
tl)o market In San Francisco.
One of tho :.otnble stock dlvl
flptlil tit flin tvnftlr yunu Mint tit .IhnL .
Increased capitalization or
der ft llaldwln. This capttnl stock,
Is Increased from three million to
five million to butter-represent- tho
value of tho corporation nsijets,
Business Man Gone. .
Tho business coiumqnlty suffered
another loss this we.k, In, the death
or. W., W. Hall, .heat) of tho "hard"
varo house of K. O. Ilajl & Son, Mr.
Hall had seen this business grow
from n little trading storo to 'the
largest concern of Its krnil In .the
Islands. It has kept paco yflth :):ho'
times, and two of Mr 'Hall's sons
are now members of tho large stuff.
It has at last been admitted that
J. A. Kennedy- of tho Inter-Island
company has gono to Washington In
connection with the proposal to put
that company undor tho regulation
of the Interstate Commerce Commis
sion. It Is understood that the
Chamber of Commerce trustees do
elded to take no, action on Ihl-t mat
ter, which meaqs that thoy do not
enthusiastically endorse the action
of the House, of Heprcsentatl,vcs,Tho
Merchants' Association Is In doubt.
but tho cominlttcc having the' mat-f
tor In charto Is said to be ready to
Lreport favorably to letting tho Inter
Island-Juulnegf remain as at present.
Los Angeles Trade.
Homo of tht; Los Angeles beer
broaght to the city by tho Alden
Hesse hHs attracted some attontlon,
boc,aue there seems to bo no jone
here to receive nnd haudle It, but tho
community g;nerally,nppear to have
lost' tight of thc-ploneer work of tho
Alden Hesse In tho hnnds of Captain
Miller. Stranger things' might hap
pen thah that this little sailing ves
sel will bo the forerunner of more
ships and, Inter, steamerstarrylng a
growing business between this city
and San Pedro, the port of Los An
feelos. ' Quite n mimbor of the homesteads
taken up nt, Hauula, on the other
side of this Island, avo been forfeit
ed lo' the Torrltory through the fail
ure of tho purchasers to comply with
the regulations of the land oirice.
Russians have failed to be
source nt Interest, they aro behaving
themselves so well. All tho recent
I) -arrived Immigrants hae gone
quietly about their business, and the
great majority aro on the planta
tlons nt work, Tho agitators who
nro in Jail came to public notice
through the week by talking of
starving themselves, but they hnvo
BitliBldod, The probability M Hint
had It not been for the one steamer
load of six hundrcd'-Russlans who
-.u ,.-. ..
weht wild, tho Ilusslan Immigration xt
would, be. going on swimmingly to
From t'ie general drift of talk. '
the retention of tho tax for Imral-T
gratlon will not be sought In tbBM
next Legislature, though .why thl
should bo given up without a HtruG-' "
gle Is hard to say. .
nouncoment was made
tn'B week tht
that tho now Carnegie Li
brary will bo placed on the lotTof i
the Pohuknlnn School, on tho corner '
of King nnd Punchbowl streets. This
lApresumably to enrry out tho liou
insontjdvlc center plan, but It will
unquestionably srently reduce tho,
patronage of the llbrory. to havo tho '
far from tho town
Water Rates. ,
-. . .. H . ,- ..I,,
tsupcrintcnueni wsmpucu is "",
talking of raising the water rateu
to householders of tho city, especial
ly thoso with lawns to Irrlgato and.
mako attractive. ItcsldonU of Ma
nna who are fed on tho water from
Nuuanu aro preparing to make n,
lively protest to tho Superintendent
of Public Works for tho extremo de-
lave to which they havo been sub-'l
Jectcd In securing a brand of water i)
that Is not murky nnd is ireo irotn-?
Ono vory direct result of the rrov
hlbltlon campaign was brought to 1
.,... .LI. 1J ...t. A A Vn.,nf I
llglli mm wwun, wiiuii .& ii .
stated, In response to u query bytho
II ti 1 1 e 1 1 n, that no further vrorK
would bo dono on tno Moana itoioi
addftloHi until tho Prohibition ques-
Hon Is settled. Mr. Youns declares
that tho Prohibition movoment J
not only wrong. In his estimation,
but Its success would mean a death- i
blow to tho tourist trade, :
Tho lato Judge Hart left an es- 1
tnte valued at between Ore bundred. I
thousand and a million dollars. Tho 1
greater portion Is the NIulll sugar f
plantation, which, although 'reputed,
to be run In "the old-tasbloned way" i
whatever that may bo Is noven I
theless n very valuablo property. ' '
Governor Frear expects to cloaO -..
tho fiscal year with a sufpliTs, Tho
Income of (the Territory havlni: ,
largely run ovor the estimate oil '
which tho biennial approprlatlonu
were made by the Legislature. Tho .
tax collections this year for May f
were $150,000 larger than for tho,
same time last year. , '
Hawaii's summer tourist campalgli
may be said to open up with thu t
sailing of the yacht Hawaii for Han
Pedro next Tuesday to take part la I
the trans-Paclflo race. It Is expect t
ed that Commodore Wilder will brlnri t
this yacht back a winner, aud;It la I
certain that public attention ,wjl.b
centered on the race, that wlll'haTj
an exceptionally large number otcu-'l
,, ( t
C. n. voiia rciitrnea this wee (
Ui. Continued on Fae 4.