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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLTJIU, T. H., SATURDAY, MAT 28, 1910.
Stocktaking - Sale
Commencing' Saturday, May 28,
and continuing for ONE WEEK
50c to 75c Plain and Fancy Wool
Caps, now 40c.
$1,25 to $2 Colored Outing Shirts
new patterns, now 85c. .
$1.50 to $2.25 all latest colors
and shapes in Hats, now $1
$3.50 All-Wool Coat Sweaters,
now $2.25 fc
$10 to $12 latest shapes in
Panama Hats, now $7.50
$15 to $17.50 latest cuts and
styles in Suits, now $13.50
75c to $1, New Four-In-Hand
Ties, now 50c.
$1.50 to $2, White Liuck Coats
and Pcns, now $1.25
$2.50 to $3.50 Men's Fancy
Mixed Vests, now $2
$5.50 to $7 Men'sAll-Wool Pants,
all sizes, now $4.75
$12 to $14.50 new shades and
patterns in Men's Suits, now
$18 to $21 ' Men's Mixed Suits,
L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
TRUNKS, LEATHER BAGS, SUIT CASES
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Cor. King and Bethel
Every Member of the Family
" WILL FIND USE FOR AN
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR HER OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
If You Are Sickly
Just let Hostetter'i Stomach.
Bitters build up and renew'
the entire system, make the
stomach strong and healthy
and keep the bowels free from
constipation. It has done so
in hundreds of cases in the
past 57 years and most cer
tainly will not fail you. Try
it to-day for Indinestion, Dys
pepsia, Costlvencss, Bilious
ness, Headache and Malaria,
Tcvcr and Ajrue. Ask for
For sale by benum, Smith Co..
Ltd , llplllster Drug Co., Ltd.;
rhiimtiet Drug Co., Ltd.: Hllo D'Ug
Co uml ul all Wbolflxulif I.lij'ior
San Francisco Hotels
Army and Navy Headauarters.
"Let the turtle doves fly on their
happy way and the case be dismissed,"
paid Frank Thompson before Judge
ltoblnson this morning In tlio divorce
proceedings of Hcrpn vs. Scrim.
Bcrpa una the man for whom a
bench warrant wan Issurf BOvernlMayB
ago becauso he was reported to liavo
aald that llio court could go to a placo
much hotter than Honolulu, and Jhat
he would not nppear.
Patrick (lloason wan on tho Maud
(his morning to testify that he Borved
the, impei h on Rerpa, but when ques
tioned by tho Court ns to whether Ser
pa consigned the court to the lower
regions, was tillable to recall any con-
. vcrsatlon of Lat nature.
J Attorney Mngoon, appearing for
I Serpa, told tlio Court that his client
I had not wilfully disobeyed tho orders
I but that at the time tho papers wero
served on him his wlfo wns living with
him and bad been since that time
after sho had brought suit. That the
defendant had nsked a pollco ofllccr
If It was necessary for Ulm to appear
In court ar long as they two were liv
ing together and was Informed that It
As soon ns Thompson heard this,
which wns news to film, and tho Court
nsked what action wns to bo taken In
tho proceedings ho moved that tho
caso be dismissed and the happy
couplo go on their way In tho words
MM'W.-1 t'L 3 I dU
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Special attention to Honolulu trade.
Withont bath $1.50 per day up
With bath 2.00 per day up
MeaJs 'table'd' hote or a la carte
Manacement of Gui C. Larm.
Honolulu Representative: M. F.
PETER. Phone 301.
GearylStrett, above Union Square
Jut oppoilte Hotel Si. Frtncli
European Plan S1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
ings cost $200,000. High class hotel
atmoderate rates. Centered theatre
(erring allover city. Omnlbusmccts
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
I02B Nmnn t
Arc frequent these days, but
u wouia oe a remarkable and
inexplicable accident if a per
son hapnened to get a glass
of beer at
that was not the very best
and served in the very best
C. J. MCCARTHY, Prop.
Corner Hotel and Bethel Sts.
Wrapping Paper '(all col
ors), Paper 2ags Hemp Cord,
Eea Island Twine of different
colors, and all the conveni
ences for wra-"ini packages.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg.
Wall, Nichols Co.,
To REPUBLIC BUILDINO. KINO
STREET, where you can find the
latest in Books, Stationery, Office
Jurniture and Supplies.
' Ring up Telephone No. 201,
THERE'S A GOOD TIME ALWAYS
Cut Crepe Paper
v, For Ilima Leis
A. B. ARLEIQH & CO., LTD;
Sachs Block. Fort and Beretania Sts
Fine furnished romsvJi per day
$)0 and upwaids per month. Splen
MRS 0 A BLATST1F.M.. prnn
First-Class Familv Hotel
Best Bathing on 'the Beach
W. 0. BERQIN, Prop.
Makes Good Blood
Prick your akin
with a nuodlo.
that It js
nich and I
, thin ami
' blood ui-
ers tho ikln
piutulos, ttlt-rhoum, bolls, catbuu
cloi, nil olhor sorui, Tliuse kinily
tell of souiethlug but down doup In
th blood ilielf. Oli)tincnts, w.uhos,
powders jud cosmetics will act rcadi
thsetil. You mutt tuVo out all Im
purities from tlio systom with
and tlion sea how quickly tho skin
troubles will disappear.
A now vimlr, Aier'a ftnrsu
parllta contains no alcohol.
Thero are manv imitation
Be suro you get "Ayer's."
tf.p.tl t, Dr. J. C. Aif a C... tt.'l, Mmi., U S.A
AT THE PORT
Two foreign ntcamslilpi nrrhed nt
tho port of Honolulu this morning.
Tho IiIk flo thousand tons .Inpaneao
frelfihter Uujo Maru from HonRkoiiK
and Japan porta, etiroute to Central
and SAutli America steamed Into quar
antine nt an early hour and remained
off tlio harbor thrnuKhout tlio day
Tho vessel Ik carryliiR In transit n
large general cargo of oriental pro
ducts. On board destined for the
southern hcmlsphero nro 179 passen
gers, of theso 15 nro traveling In tho
cabin uhllq 1C4 nro booked for tho
steerage. Tho puo Maru la ono of
those pecuar typo of cargo carrfcrs
with her machinery placed nt the ex.
tremo after part of the ship.
rourtccn ncks of Asiatic mall ar
rived by the icHsel. II. Hackfcld and
Company will dispatch tho eatwl nt
Tho other deep nen steamer mnkltu
up tho day's arrivals wns tho IJrltlsh
turret decked freighter Hoathdcne.
inis i esse;, came up rrom Newcastle
N, 8. ' In twenty dayii and bronglit
a shipment of 4CS1 tons of coal con
signed to Hind, Itolph and Company.
Tho esscl went along sldo tho rail
way whnrf to dUchnrge.
All the Oo
"BULL" QINQER ALE
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
DLIND PIG OWNER
Charles Hubert, who wan charged
at the I'ollco Court with liaWng sold
liquor without a license, wan found
guilty by fJudgo Andrado thlu morn
ing and fined J 1C0. The offense wim
comiiilttodvjit Iwllel, whero tho de
fendant conducted n billiard parlor.
Chief McDumo wns notified that
wtilskoy could bo Jolitalnoil tit the
pjiico and ho bont on Informer In with
u marked coln Tho whiskey wns pur
chased and thennt a signal, McUuino
appeared on the scene. Tho markod
c(,ln was found In tho cash register at
the storo and proceedings were at
onco instituted against Hubert.
Musakl, the Japanese chauffeur who
wuh fined 50 yesterday for running
down a woman on Fort street, paid his
flue ut once but wns re urrestcd by
Detective JI.T. I.ako,-n few minutes'
afterword. Ho has bocn charged with
violating County Ordinance II, Sec
tion 32, which provides that over) one,
who operates an automobile shall pass
uit examination and ho certificated as
u chauffeur, Maaakl did not comply
with this law and consequently Is be
At tho piesent time thero aro 647
automobiles registered In, Honolulu,
mid no less than 737. chauffeurs liavo
licenses to drive. Jlosakl will appear
In court Monday morning to answer
to the new complaint against him.
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
FOR SALE' AT ALL BARS
THE 0RPHEUM BURNED
IS STILL ALIVE
Manufactured from pure distilled wat
er, Delivered to nny part of city by
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Kewalo. Telephone 528.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c. per
hundred in 10-lb, lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Berchsnt St.,
Pau Ka Hana
At Your Grocers
Blank Books and
OFFICE JUPPLY CO.
Bookl Books! .Books!
, Oo to I '
BROWN & LYON C0-, LTD.
, Alexander Young Bldg.
At 8.45 Inst night tlio Jury In hu
l.uin Ynn bigamy caso repnrte'd a ills
ngricment and tho dato forn new
trial will bo net next Tuesday by)
Judgu HoliuitHon, ' 4 I
The ease was given to tho Jury at 5 .
o'tlock In tho afternoon and beforu,
they wore excused for dinner they
wero rechurged by tlio Court, Iletnin
lug from dinner tiny wero unable to
asice on n erdlct and so reported
Just before 9 o'clock, when, a mistrial
was Wei od, '
M. A. Gunst & Co.
WHJTNEV& MARSH, Ltd.
SPECIAL SALE OF
In Silk, Mull and Linens
Sale begins Wednesday
Morning, June 1 1st
New Line of Goods
L. AHOY, - NuuanuSt
" At Reasonable Prices "
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd., n
STORE CORNER ALAKEA AND KING STREETS
JTACIORY ALAPAI S TREET
CAN NOT BE MADE THAN WE DELIVER TO THE RES.
IDENCES OF OUR PATRONS. PHONE 311.
THE PALM CAFE,
SEEK AMERICAN AID
believed that an Initial outlay of $250,.
---., ... hii Hill WUSHJ H faUl'i
FOR CHINA'S UPLIFT 000 on un endowment of 11,000,000
would e required for tho founding of
NBW YOItlC-Tlio llov. J.ord Wll- the uiiUerslty.
Ham Cecil, biothcr of the Marquis of Tho whole matter has been for somo
Sullsbiiry, I. nt present In till city tlimt imier consideration of a com
octomiianlcd by I'rof. A. I.lonol Snlltli mlttco conipose.l to the following of
of Oxford University. Thoso two vis. whom the first four hav0 also consent
Itors are on n mission from Oxford ed lo act as trustees
und Cambrldgo to the" American unl- jn an Interview Uo'rd Cecil said
vorsltles for tho purpose or Interest-1 i hnvo come oyer here to repiesent
Ins then In a unUerslty foundation In Oxford and Cambrldgo In nn endeavor
"Ji?11, ,. , . . . u . ' to bring ubout a union of our two nv
The essential points of tho United tlons In giving western civilization to
Universities scheme which Lord Cecil China. China will hnvo wester! clvlll
Is urging might bo summed up as nation; she Is reaching out )r It
follows: The university. In this re- etrongiy. I have been In China twice;
spect reiembllng Oxford or Cam- Gnco at lll0 centennial confcwnSlt
bridge, would consist of two parts: Shanghai, to which I was a delegate,
(n) a central body of professors and and again last year, and so I halo
r ,rnnnS! t U seen the conditions here for uyse f.
responsblo for tho advanced teach. "Wo havp had since I arrived hero
tcE ):uli: ,f r",C"e" V- tt ,,u-'ut,n of " Ch'ne0 '" "ton co "
te Is, lu which tho students would re- ferenco, which I attended, and It was n
The university, as such, would not 0f your leading unlvernlilim nn,i trv
ChrltCb!!f,rUV,18,?,C,!0"'a,,l,m,BhB" ' i"t & "n 7:HZ am
SorL In CmnVl"' "l,cutl"al 'f" "ncou.aged by the way I hv
work In China would bb encouraged to been met so far.
Stuilenu nt. . , , , ' "W h" "PLortuulty to dp a
8 u ents need not necessarily be BrMl . ,lbre. . ...' ',.
Ti,o i,i,.'i .n u . , , , . . 1 ,0 d0 somo 8l1 thins In tho world,
ii,Ji?iii i, f 0Tll"-'r011 t0 h0 u-oeshonot? If we can only do somo
I al feat ?ea a UrV1,0,tOPOBrai'11, t,,,ns for 00(1- ' .iplllt we slm 1 not
leal eaturea und the already unormus )wo ,lveJ Jn Vain."
population nro to be considered. , " ,
Tho financial sldo of tlio scheme has Bulletin Business Offlr. Ph'nn tin
been carefully thought o,a,.d U Is 'Bulletin EdUcrial Roo p