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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUE8DAY, MAY 9, 1911.
CHILDREN S AND INFANTS' WHAIt
Our, nntlnntlc showing of pxciulilte
wnliti for Mprlrijj l'Ul eiiibnuti Ihu
v cIjhIci-u prwluMs nt the world bo't
. , jtiuMrs, nugmuitod b those ot our
t i i . . i
" . Tbi'iMntrnln prices are cry moderate;
In fact, u kunw mir nluts i.ui nut
In' ..quiled Nehre
One of tin- mint impulir tle thl
etnmui ntp tin sailor mllar ualtts of
wlilcli wt llno u 1 irre quiintlt of
style, iih follows
Lingerie $3 00, $5 00, $6 50 up
Veite $5 00, $5.76, $6 50 up
Linen $2 50, $3 50, $4 50 up
Wash Silk, $0 50; Pongee, $8 50.
All Packages to the "Islands" will be
sent free of charge
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When thermometer Says "It's Hot,"
Thermos Answers " Certainly Not,"
My contents are Icy Cold.
And when Thermometer goes below,
Says Thermos Bottle " 'Tis Not So"
For "All Is Hot I Hold."
And they ere both right. The latest thing in Thermos Bottles It here
we have them the pint bottle that we tell you for $2 each.
Everybody can ute a THERMOS now the price bringt them within
anybody's reach for everyday uie. Call and look at the new bottle.
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otlier metropolitan center, you
vtill find the best-dressed men
wearing the tame Regal Slioe
styles we have on tale rigid here
in our store.
REGAL SHOES .
are (amout all over the world for their exclusive custom style and quality. The new
models embody every fashion-feature found in the most expensive custom fool
wear. Moreover, Regalsf hie made-lo-measure shoes, because they are made in
quarter-itza. Come in and look over the new Regal styles.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
King and Bethel Sts.
Crews Hard at Work and
Great Smoker Will Be
Given This Month.
Down nt lliilnnl Boat Club the sen
con him opened up tttll nnd hnrd
work I now tho order of tho d i with
the bms. In preptrnllnn for the )enr
on tho hnrbor wntirs
Two freslunen ires nrc In the
barges nearly iur daj, nml tho inim
clon which )mp been used hut llttlo
for Kt'M-riil month lire being linrdeiiul
up In anticipation of the great race on
Nixt ttiek the Koplor crew starts In
nctlo work, nnd from thnt tlinn on
tlu seniors nnd Juniors will hnuniiny
frluidly brushes tthllo out In tliu
The Hpnlnnl'liojH idnn to do sernl
thing this enr In the racing Hup,
nnd win n the totals an- nddid npxt
September nt thn plow, of tlm races
on tlm famous di of the year, when
ult Honolulu gois to (he waterfront,
they lime nil Ideit thnt there Mill he
hut llttli) difference Ixtwecn them nnd
Hlncn tho iiunrnntlne linn been on
the ImthlnR In thn hnrbor, tho nttend-
nnn nt tho dull tins fallen on, rnnf
the Ikij s do not get n clinnce to swim,
nnd thnt In what tnkes them to tho
cluMintise nearly every nfttrnonn when
bathing In allowed
The iriw. out lu the wntpr hne n
rnpslrn opinnlonully nml thu Ret n
lintli wlilih I rntlur unexprcted nnd
wbli'h no regulation of the Board of
llenlth run seem tn cover
Tho smoker tn be glen Mny IS
promise to bo the lnrget of tho nn
uinl nffnlrn of thU kind ulven by the
rlub, (ind. prcinrntlom pre being nmde
for ilio entirtnlument of 100 Kuestson
that nlpht i
Thirauloker villi -be th .rejrulnr nh
nnnl, ono ,0 the clui nnd will ,1'e, fn
Invltntlonnl nffnlr entirely
Insurance. Rtatlstlca show that It
reciillros 300,000 new houses each jnar
to lu.commoil.itp, thn, Increase In lQi
ulntlon of tlio United. Stutes ami 80,
OOO'nlcihi relilace fire lonr.es.
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A Skin of Beauty is a Joy forever
DH. T. FLUX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
RnlOTl Tin, riinrlt.,
frftllK, JJcth l-.lcli...
nb, KBd hkl. lilm
bo- VTvrr mtnti'i.
i a bftuty. ant) tin
fiei diiUUOD, II
I M KllKHl ihi tint
cl yturi. iibd
if to I trulvM wt
(fit or iloiUai
Mini Pr. 1 A
8-trri Ml4 to 4
I ft ( pulton !
MAi you Udlti
U1 um thrm.
kin firsl Krklli
Ooods l5rttci to tti Untlid bUtu, TkQftJk kaA Earop.
UaO.T.HOPi:mS,Pfcp.. 37 Eml Jmei SliitUewTwl
If win A vT
n u h :i n n n h h h n tt ii :i
tt 8 PORT CALENOAR. U
It If Manngors of baseball and oth- tX
tt er utlilctlc teams would notify tlio M
St 11 u 1 le 1 1 n ot tliti dalcf of pro- St
St pospd matches bo that such In- St
SS formation could be placed In tho IX
SS sport calendar It would be con- SS
St sldcred a favor. Addres nil com- SS
Xt munlcatlons to Hporllng Kdltor, XX
U U u 1 lot I n Onice
XX Monday, May 1. SS
SS Daseball iiiib. vs. Knras, Alex- SS
Friday, May 6.
XX Ilancball Puns. vs. Knms.
SS nnsketball Kalllil s. Y. M.
XX A , at Honolulu.
XX Saturday, May 6,
SS Baseball St, Louis vs. Highs.
tt Monday, May 8.
XX Baseball, Kams vs. St. LouIh.
Saturttay, May 13.
XX Smoker Healnnl float
SS Oolf at Country Club rrcsl
XX dent's Cup I'lay.
XX Sunday, May 14.
SS Oolf at Connlrj Clu1 ProsI
SS dent's Cup Play.
tt Monday, iMay 15.
St Baseball Highs ,yb Kiuns.
XX Wednesday, May 17.
Xt Clioinplouslilp Tennis Tournn
tX muiit, Singles Conimences
SS Koiir Courts,
Xt May. It
SS Territory Tennis Championship SS
SS TournaineuL St
5ALE OF SEATS
FOR BIG CHOIR
fifoted Sheffield Singers Com
. ing May 26 ,0n Tour
W. I). Adams expects to havo the
first sale of seats-for the Rteat Slief-
field Choir1 concocts on or slboutl Mn
-u. Tin? 'cnopsicr, two minilreu amr Inlla, : Knul. cf ; Lindsay, Jb ; Ko
llfty strong, will nrrlVo lierp from'nul, a-. Mukananl (cnptnln), 2b.
Vancouver and Victoria oii May 2i!."i Kaaliumnmi Ah Yin. cf.: Okltn.ss:
and will ghu a nmtliiue, an J .an
ing concert. Tlio choir Is tlio sreat- Yati, 4b : W nonelilll, rf.j Ijpv, If.: J.
est ever orgnplzed and Is coiAIuctol. Hosehlll, c ; Snda, p,
by one of the ablest directors ufl (jcpro by lunlngsr-
choirs ever born under the Brltlsl' Kumilintiithn .,..0000000011
flag. f m JKnilhumunu .1, ,0000000000
The Canadian and American papers' naso hits
in cuninicntliig on the concerts tliiiKamihniuiha . ..0 1001000 3 5
far given on the mainland havo onlyi K.uiluim.ini 0 0002100 03
the hlghet.t praise. Tho Buffalo pii-l 8TANDINO OP TItAMB.
pers pronounced tho concerts mar
vels of cliorlstry, adding that "In
technique, attack and rcsjionslveness,
the Kngllsh singers are iibsolutely
The choir numbers among its mem
bership several people who are of thejcmtrnl Grammar
lined nouuity oi Kiigiauu. a larce.
number are wealthy and have Joined
tliu ihoir for tho puro lovo of sing
ing. The tour will comprlte all tho
FAND0M AT RANDOM
Although (llngir Majno may bo back,
by tho middle of tho month, that'
smohr nt tho Healnnl Club Is not
Klvtn In his honor. It Is tho regular.
annual nlTalr of the club, when they,E?
keep open liouuo nnd Invito ineiri
frlrnds In. If Olnger should be hPre,
however, ho woli'ld bo among tho hus-
tltrs to make tHu thj pg,. iiysupcess.
Hereafter If nny plnjrr In the Oahu
Lfiiguo reglstprs a kick nt nn um
plro'H decision, such kicker will bo
placid on the bench. The umpires
know their IiukIiiphs, nnd It lxmly tho
'btiHh lengutrs" who try to Intimidate
the mnn with tho Indicator during tho
game Tlio rial plajers keep In tho
game and k.i nothing I
There will bo wrestling at the Park
Tinnier on Saturday hlght, when Troo
llcher and Hiillor Huberts get on tho
mat. John Is well known here and
won the light and middleweight chain
ploiiBblps of lmglnnd Ho has been
working at tho ltojal Hawaiian Oa
rnge since he enmo back to Honolulu
u fiu months ago i
In addition to tho Jeffries-Johnson
fight plumes, thn fans will linvo n
clinnce to look on another kind of
sport through tho eye of tho camera
Saturday night tho lllms nt tho Ootrh
Ilnrhenschmlilt wrestling match will
bo shown ut tlm Park Theuter. I
Tho Knms havo a right to feel proud
of the woik of thtlr two nines es
tprdav The win In tho Orammar
School League wns nn especially good
one, whin tho game wns popped In
the ninth by one run, the only one reg
Istired by i Ither side l
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OE TWO GAMES
One Team Defeats Kaahuma-
nu and Other Wins From
Winning two close Kam-s jtsterday
nfttrnoon, the Kam trnnii Old them
nehes proud III tlio Grutntmir Hcliool
l.taKUe mid In the lnterscholustlu se
rlei, tho team In the former winning
1-0 from Knahtiinnnu uud In the lat
tir luniltiK out victor 7-2 against l'u-
! The Bnme In tho Grammar School
" League was plajcd nt Aulu l'urk, and
XX It ,as not until the ninth Inning that
SS a Hcoro was made, nml that with two
mm out nnd two on basis.
Kalis went wild, und tho chcirlng
j was prolonged for Ilo minutes when
j the winning run mm made, Oupttilu
j Mukmmiil making the hit that brought
ll In the needed tore.
H It wuh a great gutne nnd one which
will be tulkcd about In ncliool circles
y for months," for' ftVwos winning out
under extreme dlfllcultles
,.' Kuahuinanu hud a chance In the fifth
' tlH.l ntinlln. ! Miu uui.mt.lli f.t u. nra
"but thesu chances wire overlooked and
W. so the defeat wns theirs
( It Is no dlsgrnce to lose out under
such clrcumHtanccs, for a guinu thut
Kues to lllnu Innings with neither side
scoring Is a game to bo proud ot by
ol ,mcr n" wmnir.
ino wont oi me iwo piicncrs can
be judgtil when It Is kiiownu thutSada
Kono, Tor Kuahumanu, allowed but
11 u hits, nnd Kalelilla, for the Kams,
guM; only three men hltH during tho
Out at Alexander I'lcld tho homo
team went down to defeat oy llvo runs
when Knmebainehu won from Punahou
7-5 In a regulation nlnc-lnnlng game
before a Urge Lrowd of fans.
It wns a shut-out for the Puns until
the last Inning, whcil they succeeded
In getting over the only two runs
which tht) were able to register tlur
The lineups nnd scores!
Kaiiehaiieha.Trjf;orrea, rf; Kama,
If ; Shlpmnn, ss ; Mljclioll. 3b; Knle-
qvcn-j.Mlkl Sakol (captain), lb.: Tsu nn, 2b;
w. r.. ret.
Knmehntncha 4 0 1000
St Loulx 1 0 1000
Kanhumanu 2 1 CG7
Punahou 1 1 .COO
Iolonl 0 2 000
0 3 000
Kams vs. Puns,
KninPhainphu Nnnh, ss ; I.ujan, lb ;
Apnu, :t 1 , Spcuci r, cf ; Opunul, 2b ;
Kuuhl, If, Ilussiy, cf-c; Kninalnplll,
rf! Knlll, p
runahou Desha, cf : Olbh, rf.
Hind, 3b; W Hitchcock, 3li ; Han
Hitchcock, 2b ; Wndsunrtlrt rf ; Moore,
If : Anderson, lb Ininan, p
Tho score by Innings wns:
Kamehninehn ... 10103200 07
Punahou 00000000 22
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IN THE D18TI11CT COritT OP THE
UNITEII STATFS IN ANI r'OR
THE TERRITORY OF AND 1)18
THICT OF HAWAII.
UNITED STATK3 OP AMEniCA,
Plaintiff and Petitioner, vs. AU
GUSTUS P. KNUDSBN: HR10 A.
KNUDSKN; ANN1K 8. KNUDSENj
ANNIE S. KNUDSBN, CJuardlau of
ARTHUR 8. KNUDBENj ARTHUR
B. KNUDSEN; IDA E VON HOLT;
HENRY M. VON HOLT; MAUD
K. QARSTIN; KEICAIIA SUOAR
COMPANY, a corporation organiz
ed and existing under and by vir
tue of the laws of the Territory of
Hawaii; THE TERRITORY OP
HAWAII; UISIIOl' TRUST COM
PANY, a corporation organized and
existing under and by virtue of tlio
laws ot the Territory of Hawaii;
and SAMUEL ALOAROIJA, JANE
fJUAVA, MARY MANOO and JOHN
DANYAN, unknbwn owners and
claimants, Defendants and Re
spondents. You are hereby directed to appear,
and answer the Petition in an nctlon
entitled as above, brought against you
In the District Court of the United
States, in and for the Territory of
Hawaii, within twenty days from and
after service upon you ot a certified
copy of Plaintiff's Petition herein, to
gether with a certified copy of this
And you are hereby notified that un
less you appear and answer as above
required, the said Plaintiff will lake
Judgment ot condemnation ot the
lands described In the Petition herein
and for any other relief demanded in
WITNESS THE HONORABLE
SANPORD Q. POLE and THE HON
ORADLE A. O. M. ROBERTSON,
Judges of said District Court, this Oth
day of Junuary, in the year ot our
Lord one thousand nine hundred and
eleven and of the Independence of the
United Stutes the one hundred and
(Sgd) A. E. MURPHY,
No. 72. DISTRICT COURT OP THE
U. S. for the Territory of Hawaii.
THE UNITED STATE8 OP AMER
ICA vs AUGUSTUS P. KNUDSEN, et
al. 8UMM&N8. ROHEnT W. BRECK
ONS and WILLIAM T. RAWLINS, At
torneys for Plaintiff.
UNITED STATE8 OP AMERICA,
District ot Hawaii ss.
I, A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of the Dis
trict Court of the United States of
America, In and for the Territory and
District 6f Hawaii, do hereby certify
the foregoing to be a full, true and
correct copy of the ortslnal Summons
In the case of THE UNITED STATES
OP "AMERICA vs. AUGUSTUS P.
KNUDSEN, eC al , as the Bame remains
ot record and on file In the office of
the Clerk ot said Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set taj hand and affixed the
seal of said District Court this 17th
day ot January, A. D. 1911.
(Seal) A. E. MURPHY,
Clerk ot the United States District
Court, Territory of Hawaii.
By P. L. DAVIS, Deputy Clerk.
Rugs & Draperies
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HONOLULU, H. T.
Regal Shoe Store,
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Contractor and Builder
Estimates given on ull kinds of
Concrete Work a Specialty
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Phone 1371 122 King St.
SANITARY PLUMBING, SEWER
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II ii I let In I.'dlliirlal Ilooiu Pliouo
2185. H til to tlu Uuslues Oulce
IN Tlin UN1TRD STATES DISTJ&CT
couinv von the TnitniTonv
THC UNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA, Plaintiff, va. CECIL DROWN,
Trustees, et al , Defendants. Ac
tion brought In said District
Court, and the Peiltion filed ,ln
the ofllce ot the Clerk of said
District Court, In Honolulu.
THE 1'nESIDENT OF THK UNITED
CECIIj BROWN, HENRY M. VON
HOLT nnd ALBERT N. CAMP
BELL, Trustees under the last
Will and Testament of JAMH-J
CAMPBELL, deceased; ABIOA1L
W. KAWANANAKOA: KALAKA
UA KAWANANAKOA, KAPIO
LANI KAWANANAKOA, oilier
wise called KAPIOLANI KAWA
NANAKOA CAMPBELL, and l.t
LIU KAWANANAKOA. minor
children of ABIGAIL W. KAWA
NANAKOA; ALICE T. MACFAIt
LANEJ WALTER F. MAtJFAU
LANE, husband of ALICE T.
JAMES MACFARLANE, ALICE
EMALIE MACFARLANE and
MURIEL BEATRICE MACFAR
LANE, minor children of ALICE
T. MACFARLANE and WALTER
P. MACFARLANE; MURIEL
SHINGLE; ROBERT W. SHIN
OLE, husband of MURIEL SHIN
GLE; MURIEL MELVIN SHIN
OLE and ROBERT W. SHINOLE,
Junior, minor children of MUR
IEL SHINGLE und ROBERT W
SHINGLE; BEATRICE MARY
CAMPBELL; OAHU HAILWAY
AND LAND COMPANY, a corpor
ation existing ami doing business
under and by virtue of tha laws
of the Territory of Hawaii; ROB
EltT W. ATKINSON and WAL
TER F. FREAR, Trustees; HA
WAIIAN FIBRE COMPANY. LIM
ITED, a corporation existing and
doing business under and by vir
tue of the laws ot the Territory
of Hawaii; EWA PLANTATION
COMPANY, a corporation existing
and doing business under and by
virtue of the laws of tho Territory
of Hawaii; and JOHN BROWN,
JAMES WHITE, HENRY SMITH,
DAVID JONES, MARY OREEN,
JANE BLACK, MARTHA WIL
LIAMS, and ALICE DAVIS, un
known owners and claimants.
You nre hereby directed to appear
and ansner the Petition In an action
entitled us above, brought against you
in the United States District Court,
for the Territory of Hawaii, within
twenty days from and after service
upon you ot a certified copy ot Plain
tiff's Petition herein, together With a
certlfied'copy of this Summons.
And you are hereby notified, that
unless you appear and answer as
nboe required, the said Plaintiff will
tako ji dgment of condemnation ot the
landa derrrlbed in the Petition herein
and for any other relief demanded 1b
WITNESS THE HONORABLE
SANFOnD B. DOLE and THE HON
ORABLE CHARLES F. CLEMONS,
Judges of said District Court, this
23rd day of March, In the year of our
Lord one thousand nine hundred and
eleven and ot the Independence of tha
United States the one hundred and
(Signed) A. E. MURPHY,
"No. 7C. UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT, for the Territory of Ha
waii. THE UNITED STATE8 OF
AMERICA VS. CECIL BROWN,
Trustee, et al. SUMMONS. ROB
ERT W. BRECKONS, United
THE UNITED STATES OF AMER
Territory of Hawaii,
City ot Honolulu, ss.
I. A. E. MURPHY, Clerk ot the
United States District Court for the
Territory and District of Hawaii, do
hereby certify the foregoing to be a
full, true and correct opy ot the
original Summons In'tha ase of THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vs.
CECIL BROWN, Trustee, et al , as the
same remains of record and on tile In
tho office of the Clerk ot said Court
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed the
seal of said District Court this 30th
day of March, A. D. 1911.
(Seal) A. E MURPHY,
Clerk of United States District Court,
Territory of Hawaii.
By F. L. DAVIB,
Balfour, Gufhrie Line
Antwerp to Honolulu.
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Junu and will arrive Honolulu about
Loading ports will possibly Include
Oood opportunity for shipment of
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