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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It, TUHSDAY, SEPT 13, 19io.
SPECIAL SALE of LACES
ON MONDAY MORNINa, SEPTEMBER 12, AT 8 O'CLOCK
, FOR TH3EE DAYS ONLY
BLACK CHANTILLy'siLK LACE AND INSERTIONS.
ORIENTAL LACES IN WHITE AND CREAM.
WHITE FANCY LACES.
MEDIUM AND HEAVY TORCHON.
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This nricc list annlles
NEW MILLINERY The cases containing our supply
for the Fall Showing arc now being unpacked.
WATCH FOR OUR OPENING
Sachs' Dry Goods Ca, Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Bcretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
- FOUND GUILTY
Soon after twelve o'clock today tliu
Jury In the Kcdcr.1l court returnee!
a verdict of Kullty against Manuel
Costn charged with adultery under
Tlio case was ncaily concluded yes-
tcrday I thin morning tho court
was occupied In (ho addresses of tho
attorncs to tho Jury.
Andrews made u strong idea for
hlu clleihvnml iilso In Its course said
soino M)lnted and sarcastic things
nbout tho manner In which tho olltcu
of the dlstifct attorney was conduct
ed. "BUTCH" LEADS
(Continued from Pace 1)
sand three . hundred and twenty
three papers sold. In his present
standing, It tho contest were brought
to a close, ho would he tho winner
of u brand-new suit of clothes with
l'olpol, another nativo son, Ik In
J I no ut the picsont time for a pair
of shoes, whllo Juiucs Hawaii of the
eamo ruio Is In tho position that
will get tho 1joxI.hr gloves to be
awarded for fourth placo; Ollvcro
stands to win tho football, which Is
tho last prize, but AUana, one of
the hustling Chlncso newsboys, sajs
thnt tlmo will tell and that ho Is
hooked for olio of tho prizes higher
up. There aro half a' dozen other
newsies who pay tho same, and tho
hoys lu winning positions mo not
any too confident that they can hold
to their presont standing.
Just at present thorc Is a great ar
gument going on among tho hoys us
to whether thcycun soil more papers
, when there, is n United States licet
III Honolulu or u Jlepubllcan Terrl
torlal and County Convention u tcs
(Continued from Page 1
Tor a tlmo tho Juiors thought that
the wholo building was about t.i
tumble about their ears, ui.i! some
made ready for a lniBty out: through
tho windows at tho tear, but calmer
minds prevailed and thoy oao and al,
neld thel" scats, watching with tus
.clniitcil interest tho ciack In the
celling grow larger siiml turgor as
tho shots continued.
Finally, however, tho saluting was
finished and tho telling still held,
though It showed tho ravages of tho
As tho echo of .tho last shot died
away, tho Julius again settled them
elves In their i hah a" In pay strict
attention to tho business before them.
IJ, II, Lewis leaves fm tho mill tl -hind
mi tint Maui liiirlu .this after
noon, Tim well-known nulnmiihlln
uiiiii will iittnml tho iivliillmi instil
III H.i n I'riiniiuu. innl will matter
I lie uit of II) I iik biifiiin hi) i oi ii inn
j l HOOK Willi, ,liv.U Will III I UK Mil
PWHillM ll'llk Willi llllll III llllMU
llllll llllll Hill Kltu I'UlllllllllllS lltUM
Willi Him fuiinil ulid the liililillsii'.'ii
UHI llMIIl'ln Ihill Mil U pllll'll lllllll
I' llailidplilu ' an du unliiiiil mill
$ .30 .
to nil the laces ndvertinrvl fnr
Teachers and pupils
will find Pencils,
and all desk supplies in large
variety at the
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alcxnndcr Young Bldg.
S&ujiuuii iiuujv&; buiiuuL SUP
PLIES. Wc have an im
mense stock of School Books,
xuuicia, xcnciis, ana every
thing a pupil will require to start
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Office Supply Co.,
Dealers In '
QLOBE-WERNICKE FILING CABI-
NETS and BOOKCASES,
GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
031 FORT STREET
BooR! Booksl Books!
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg.
Pencils, Paper and All School ,
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO!
Hotel, Near Fort
Clias. R, Frnzier
Phone 1371 122 King St.
OPEN PLUMBING TIGHT JOINTS
The Pioneer Flumhcr
183 ALAKEA ST. Telephone 1031
Till: INTKIl I.SI.AND M11.1 r Ma
nun Ivu luit this iiioiiiIuk for Win
Mil Uliiilini Mam. Aiming Hi" pas
sengi'iH ulin loft on hei was llev 8 I.
Hi-nil 1 of lllln, one nf iho iluloK.iliu
lu iliu Ti'rillniliil eiMiwiuliiii
AT 5 O'CLOCK this iirimi 11 Mm
tlnHllii'1 MIKuliiils, Hlileli uows In Mo
lukdl, Mm id mill I.HI111I. tull Imnr ullli
H lull khliiit'iit id IuiiiIhii' Ihi Mnlnk.il
KIih will mihr I in m huh In un MhimIh)
I jjp-pgr j,H' ca,(, oi Ml Al
(Continued from Paj-c i
'Dosing subscribed to the party prlncl
fplcs-tand promised lu uphold every
plank In the ltcpiibllran declination.
I Ktililo then smiko on united RiiniKirt
for a straight Itepiibllciiu ticket. He
defended tho Immigration plank In
Iho lilntfoun to which i:il Crawford
had Just objected, declaring that lin
migration had built up tho islands and
,wns a principle by which the party
could safely stand.
The Prlnco declared that ho would
bo tho first to suffer If tho Immlgra
tlnu plan did not have tho confidence
of U19 pcoplo but Insisted that he
bad no doubt as to the 'result
Ukjii tho conclusion of Kuhto's ro
marks the convention adjourned, the
central ronimlttco organize! with A
1. 0. Atkinson as chairman, vice
chairman A. 8. Mahaulii; secretary
A. I), Cooprr; treasurer V. 11. Moors
I'll Clan ford nppcared ns tho ob
Jector to tho Immigration plank In
tho platform, declaring that It would
not ho supported by tlio Huwallans
and would ho 11 inlstnko. Crawford
volccii his objections after tho plat
form was read but his Ideas did not
find favor with tho convention and
there weic only two votes ngilnst It
Tho districts presented lists of
members for tho Tcrrltoilal Central
Committee as follows:
First District (Hawaii).
Central committee Carl S, Smith,
8. I,. Desha, li. S. Itlckard, A. J. Wil
Kxccutlvu committee Carl 8
Second District (Hawaii),
Cential commltteo (leo. C. Watt.
H. Akona, M. K. Makckuu, W. A.
Executive committee. (loo. C. Watt
Third District (Maul).
Central committee (leo, Kcklpt, W
Hcmilng, 8. Kelllnol, B. F. Dlnert, i:.
U. Carley, D. W. Napllian.
, Executive committee 8. Kelllnol.
Fourth District (Oahu).
Central committee A. U C. Atkln
1911, A. 1), Cooper, W. H Hix'gs, T. II
Pottle. C. I..,qrahbe, John C l.nnp.
KxcciitlvifffuniuiIltL'c V, II. IIoogB,
A. D. Cooer.
Fifth District (Oahu).
Central committee li I). Mlknlcml,
C. C. James, M. It, Anna. A. 8. .Malin
ulii. II. J. Auld, A. T. Judd.
Kxccutlvo committee II. J. Auld, A.
Sixth District (Kauai).
Central committee C. A. Itlrc. .1. M
Knneakua. I'. If. Mango Win lima.
Kxccutlvo coiniulllec C. A. itlco.
Not a Candidate.
Captain Charles linker of tho police
department states that ho is nut a
candidate for any olllco and does not
beck u nomination at the hands of
tho Democratic convention. lie states
that ho is fully satlsllcd with his pres
ent position and will not enter tVo
political aicua this jcar.
Lightfoot Will Swear Out War
rant For Malicious
Attorney llcrt l.lghtfoot announced
this afternoon that his father, .J.
l.lghtfoot, had been retained by tho
btimh of nllegcd gamblers whom
Chief of Detettlvcs Mc.Du.nio arrest
ed last Sunday evening. Tho ac
cused were on Monday discharged as
not guilty by Judgo Andrndc, as tho
evidence was not sullcleut to convict
them. It. W. Ilrockons appeared for
tho defendants on that occasion and
now Attorney l.lghtfoot Is taking up
McDullla will, according to l.lght
foot, bo chained with malicious puis
uciitlou, and tho warrant will ho
sworn to this afternoon or tomorrow
DULL IN STOCKS
Tho uxiitenient In tho city duo to
the iinlval of Hie Chinese I'liniu had
a depressing effort on tlio local slink
The only transaction ii'ported be
tween liouids was tlio sain of l.V)
shines of Oahu Humir at ir.'.l.n This
Is a shade to thu good over tho last
piovlnus sale of tills stork
At Mission sales the only lininAic
tlnu huh a (iiatigliig hiiiuls of I'iilOU
worth of MrUiydn Ds at UH.U.V
lllll IiiiiI a hlllhiiiiiil,
lllll Him IiiiiI a IhwiiI bill:
'Iho ll'wnl hill limisl lllll i
'that lllll sold thu hi ImmhI
Tm i hi Ifwid hill,
M11 Mini lllll wild M Mil IhmmI
To ia) tin IhmhI Mil Hie
IliMid bill an liwiiii Isuwtl lllll
DOES YOUR DAUGHTER NEED
This Tonic Treatment Solves One
ofjho Most Puzzling Problems
for Patents of Gitls in
' Their ('Teens.
; A groilnu jrlrl'wfio U eontlncl within
doors loo mill li of tlio time, who out
work", oven-tndliii or l depriieil by
worry or care, need the tonic treatment
It she would Moid injury to her health
which will mar her whole life
In addition to a roerlnuic the patient
should Imvu iiciiirWilhg and easily iligejst
eil fool, pnm air and punhine, rift mid
sleep. IVimitfl whoo dBii(;hU"mgrowdo
hiliutcii as they enter their 'leeiM should
Hot watch them fndo and droop hut
thould pii'iira their healthful womanhood
by the treatment which l emlnmil In
tho follow ina statement from Mli France
It. Kik'Iio, of No. KUd li. i:niii aeuue.
I'Uehlo, Colo. Mlw ll(liesns:
"I sullenil from weal.ticw for nearly s
year when I was chantring; from iroi
lux) 1 to womanhood. I bcenn" all run
down in health and had hut cry little
I il( 10 1. I did not haw nuy slreiiKtli and
could hanlly ilrax around There mxmii
eil ti l no lifo in me. Kvcry month I
faH. throiiKli lnteno niirerlniT I had
dly ami vomiting siiells ami constant
headaches. I wan obliged toglo up tny
work for a tim.
"I took tnnliclno from a doctor hut
without relief. Through n friend's mh Ice
I go Dr. Willianls, link Wis a trial
and was completely cured. I am well
now ami lmo had no return of my
trouble, My mother ha unco ned the
pilli a a tonic and thinks m highly ol
them a I do."
Or. Williams' I'inlc I'ilN nrognaran
tce.1 to lo safe ami li.iiinleiw to the I110H
delicate constitution. They contain no
morphine, niiste, niircotie, orniijthlng
to eauii a drug habit. Owing to their
blood-building property they are Invalu
ablt) in tho treatment of such diseaes (is
aiin'iula, green sick new, rheumatism, and
tho after-eirecta of feen.
A new edition ofnurbonklet,"I)ieAses
of the Hlood," giving more Information
sliout tho treatment will hoseut freoon
rcijuest to nnvouo interestcl
Or. Williamn' fink lflls aro sold by all
drnirgiit". or will lw sent, tia., on
receipt of price, 80 centi in-r box; six
lioxes (or J2.W, by tho Or. Williams
Modiciuo Company, fltbenoctady, N. Y.
(Continncd from Page 2)
liner and m.idu quick work of the
Inspection of tho passengers. Or.
Hauius said that ho was lcuucslcd by
tlio'tiovcrnor and Admiral Itecs, com
mandant of tho naval station, to ren
der uulcU service lu honor of thu
Chinese Consul Greets Prince.
As boon us the prntiiiuo was rais
ed, Ills Imperial Chlncso CoubuI
Idling Kwo VIiik and Secretaries
Tang Walt Wan and 1.1 Kau Song,
who wont out lu Admiral Ilecs' pri
vate launch, met tho royal party on
hoard tho liner. Tho consul was ac
companied by Chief of DotoUlvcs Mc
Oiifllo and .Mr. Council, tho secret
service man, who wus sent hcio es
pecially bj tho Federal government.
Mr. Council will accompany tho
prlnco on from hero.
Onto on boaul tho steamer and tho
Chinese Consul, l.lang kwo Ylng, had
liict Ills Imperial Highness, tho
prlnco was handed a bunch of Chi
noso (otters, which ho minutely ex
amined beforo greeting tho local gov
ernment olllelala who went out to
incut him and to extend to hlui tho
welcome aloha of Governor Flour and
Lieutenant Commander Houston
icprcsc'ntcd Admiral ltccs, and Cap
tain Tlmherlako of the United States
Army represented Colonel Schu)ler.
They, together with Chief McOulIlo
and Mr. Council, wore presented to
Ills Imperial Highness by tho Clilneto
Consul. Ho greeted them niobt cor
dlullj. Tho Hon. 'Ciiow Tszchl, ooun.
cillor of tho Chlncso Foreign OMlcc,
acted us olllclal Interpreter to tho
As soon ns tho .Manchuria passed
tho lighthouse, n satuto of twenty
one guns was filed from tho jiuval
station iMttcrv. The prime was ut
tho tlmo dunning his Chinese olllclal
As soon as thu big steamer ducked
at Alakea street wharf, Secretary
Mntt-Kmltli, icpicsuiitlng tho (jov
crnor; Adurlr.it Hees and Colonel
Hchuiler of tho l.ollehu.i garrison
ueut on boaul tho liner and wero
giceted by tho piluto lu tho lecup
tlou loom of th Mniiihurhi.
Kecretury Mntt-Kmltli, In thu luiiuo
of Hawaii, as part of thu United
rllutes, uidioiued thu CIiIiiomi pi luce,
Adiulrnl I lees mid Colonel Kclmylor,
lespecthcl), g ice led Ills Impel In!
1 1 lull Hess.
OiiiIiik Din mill hit ii'inpiinii on
ImmiiiI Iho liner, Iliu pi linn, Adniiul
Kali, Iliu linn I'linw TumIiI, Willi
ulUhl miiiiiiiaiiitiis of iha ijjii)hI
I WW, Hllliwl In I'hlniNHi KUitiHMMS,
11111 11)1 HIWdlH In lUt IMMk 4Hl
Hrtwlwl 111" iiWiIhIs mIiii ou
liaiiil In mt'.d 1 he pilum mini was
MllMiHU ul Hi. In ol id Hie iimcU
I MM llli"
Ww r JwMmm
After an explanation of reception
arrangements had been uiadu Known
to the prince, tho royal party left thu
ship for -tho wharf, where automo
biles weic hoarded and tho party,
under escort of tho Federal tioups
and National (iiinrd, paid a visit to
the 1'alace. Tho pullio soeret ser
vho men, In civilian clothes, also 11c
(ompalilcd tho rojnl party to tho
1'alace, with tho Hawaiian hand lead
ing. During tho plnlng of tho Chi
ncso national air, Ills Imperial High
iicks acknowledged tho samo by sa
luting. Tho United States cavalry from tho
I.cllehua gnrilbou mailo qulto an Im
pression on tho prlnco, who wutched
them with much Inteicst. At tho
Palace, tio prlnco and party weio
received by Colonel ,J. T. Klohor and
Captain Marstijn Campbell.
Tho party of Ills Imperial HlgM
ncss I'll nee Kimn Is as fulluws;
I'rliKC Sunn, Admiral Saji, tho Hon.
Chow Tszchl, councillor, Foielgu Of
lice; Captain Tsau Y11 Vlng, Captain
Tseng Yu C'iu""g, Captain Ciu Chun
ring,- Captain Tseng Tsu YI, Captain
Liu I'ao l.uu, Captain Chaou Ho r.ln,
Captain Fiiiik Shu, Imperial Chlncso
navy; Or. I.ee King llo, Judgo Allo
cate; Tantal Chang I'll Tslng, and
Iho non-commissioned olllccrs.
Among .tho passengers on board
tho Mauclitirla Is A. 1. Ahlo, who
is oniclally called M-lluig. Ho Is an
Island boy and Is now one of thu
Justices of tho Supremo Court lu Po
king. Ho Is on his way to Washing
ton as Ills Imperial Chlncso Majesty'n
delegate to the International Prison
Congress to be held sliurtlj In Wash
liigtnn. Dining his short stay hero ho will
ho entertained by his mother. Mrs.
Ahlo, 0110 of tho uclMuioWn li.iwal
lans of Honolulu.
' II. C. Moor, who has been visit
lug lu tho Orient, returned loda), ap
parently much Impiuved In health,
llo was for many jcars deputy audi
tor of tho Toirltmlnl government,
Mr. mid Mrs. C. H. Weight uf this
It), who spunl 11 few luoiiths' vaca
tlou lu tho linsl, lolurnvd today
Miss l.lll,iu II, 1'aty iicconipanled
Ihem. Chn'iig Chung, a well-known
men haul, arrived Oils inornluii finm
CIiIiiii, Mr, (' Pell) mImi whs
a p.iWH'liger nil Iliu liner,
Tim 'Mmii'tiiirl.i b nil ImuiiO ihi
ihIiIii, II MNKipil ahWD Mild U Al
ullmt, uf wlmin Hi imIiIii, iwu ttMUHil
livMi mu lid Allies Ht fur li"
nulnlH. Annuls- llm Asislha (111 ItnMiilillii
nif.HJ I'lllldllii. Vk Iiiiiumivc 11
liilliKw Ull 0 NiM ImllalK
On uiMid 411 tun tons hi iiim
TVT0W, if you knew that you j
could come to our shop !
and obtain a suit made -'
in the most recent New York
style, wouldn't you buy it in
preference to any other ?
You can. It is simply a
matter of coming. They have
all the cleverness that the best
designers can put into' them, .
and all the splendid, high-class
tailoring that the best work
men can give.
Will Study American Legal
Procedure in United
A I.. Ahlo, oniclally k11nv.11 as IJ
Fang, one of thu .hitdlcus of tho Hu
piciue Court or Peking Is IT passen
ger on tho steamship Manchuria,
which sails this afternoon at S.3U
o'clock for Sim Francisco.
Ashlo fiom his Judicial position, Mr.
Ahlo Is delegate or Ills Imperial Chi
nese Majeslj's (lovcrnmeut to tho In
ternational Prison Congress, which
will bo held shortly In Washington,
Mr, Ahlo Is 1111 Island boy, being tho
son of the Into Mr. Ahlo. 0110 of tho
well known Chlncso rlco planters.
During his short stay In port, hu wus
entertained by his mother, Mrs, Ahlo,
tho widow or tho late Mr. Ahlo, Kc
lu siicaklng or his mission this
morning 011 hoard thc liner Munchii
ria Judge Ahlo stated that It is his
Intention to go to tho States to hu
present at tho International Prison
Congress, which meets In Washington,
to 1'nmillarlze himself with the prison
E)stom, which Is piactlccd In tho Unit
"Tho ImpTlnl Chinese Government
Is gradually hut surely progressing."
said Judge Ahlo this morning "It Is
fast gathering modern Ideas, which
arn adopted In tho United State anil
other civ Hired countries In Kuropo
"Olio of tho luiMirt.iut mutters that
I will look Into. wh,lo In Iho Htatcs.
Is tho ploier procedure of legal nf
mnt a .
of which 1117 tons are for Hono
lulu. Tho Honolulu cargo totfUsts
of HI! linkages matting, "fi cases
wkdskc), IIVS hags hone meal, 31111
purkiigeH piovlsloiis, ii:i packages
mvdlulliu. 'J 7:i mats beans, 'i'i cases
lllocrni'kiTs, ItUI cures nil, Vi 1 bests
Inn, 1 C II ranks wine, r3 paikages
bamboo, 1M17 iiisiw dry goods, I cases
Hk HiHid, Vi package ink", 1 tf.OOl)
ihhis rln. Sll iwmmi 11111 Im, i)i tusks
NtkH. hktn slimii and imImi. Il
MekuHM pitilfllUHdlw, Jllll luhs r,
mi fiHwti imiinlnlH mid iiwUiy, it
Tliu Uubi Lutlj u;Lii li ukiuti IuuiimiI
lull t'Mii lbtitutttMll lit Hllr;
lilp fiiiiii Hie Oilniii will lottv lur(
Halt Kl4Hil'M tkl mii'lllisiM tl iU
o 1 in .
r.ilrs. In tho Court, oer which I pro
sldo In Peking, (hero Is no attorney.
The defendants are tried without thu
assistance of tho lawjers. It Is some
thing unusual; but on tho other hand,
It has been Iho custom In existence
lor many jpars,
"The government olllclal of the' Im
perial Chinese (iocriimcut are gra
dually picking up tho new and lAnd
em Idea of running thu government
prop-rly ,. '
"Ills Imperial Chlncso Prlnco Hinin
Is going to the States to study naval
matters, which 1110 very luiortunt lu
China. Ills brother, who pissed
through hem not long ago, studied
mUllnry affairs W tho States, ,11c la
In China now, and Is already making
liuptovomcnts In matters military."
"Admiral Shu. and tho eight 00m
madders of tho Imperial Chluesj
Navy, who are also going to" the
States, have been educated abroad.
Almost all of them speak Kngllsh
fluently, many or whom, having been '
educated In Knglnnd mid tho coltV-ges
In the United States."
One or the naval rnniniaiiiltra, who
did not want to disclose Ids nptne.
for homo reason, best known to him
self, said this morning that the, Chi
nese Navy will hu matciiatly strength
ened lu tho course of time. ,Tlio
sicaker wus educated In the United
States; but ho would not say what
particular college Al any rale, no la
a fluent conversationalist. Askrd'how
many warships there are in tholChl
noso Navy, ho simply said "very
few " No sooner had ho paid this than
ho alked away without further com
ment 011 Clilneso navy.
During tho mouth of August thero
weru I" deaths from tuberculoids ant
only four from all other contagious
and Infectious diseases lu tho city.
Theru wero Jli now cises of' tlio
disease rloitil during tho Jivonth
which tends to show tho Impuititurit
of a strenuoiu light aiwlust Iho In
roads of this disease, which has Itii
cic.ised )curly during tlio Ust leu
COMING ON SIREHIA
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flttiii Han lr.iiHlmi Ilmu mi Hm Hl
Mia fur lluiiulnlii mid will suits
Ul Hsl Mmi'Ui
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