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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNE8DAY, MAV' 3, 1911.
Every department filled to overflowing with new SPRING
WA8H DRE8S GOODS DEPARTMENT Th6uands of
yards of pretty new dress- fabrics In white nnd colors nre now
being shown In this department,
'FLAXON Itecogntzed hy discriminating women ns being
unequaled for Bummer wear. We have It In nil qualities ot
mainland prices. Homo beautiful colored goods In the name ma
terial, with the border effect In contrasting shades.
NEW DE8IGN3 IN COTTON CREPE Including Persian
nnd Oriental pattern-). A full lino of plain colors nt 20c per yard.
SCOTCH PLAID GINQHAM8 30c a yard.
MARQUI8ETTE and VOILE COc u yard.
NEW SPRING TAILORED SUITS FOR WOMEN, BROAD
CLOTH EVENING CAPE8 and WRAPS-In till the new shades.
ALTERATIONS free and guaranteed.
A splendid showing of black nnd colored DRE8S GOODS
Women In search of fashionable material for Spring nnd Sum
mer frocks will find here a very exclusive Mock tu select from.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and Deretanla Streets
Opposite Fir Station
NOTICE our suits In the window! Do you realize that those marked-
$12X0 a suit ara regular $18.00 Suits
1C.00 " " " 22.00 "
18.00 " " " 27.00 "
20.00 30.00 '
WHY not order a suit now7 Save the middle man's profit.
TORT 8TREET, NEAR BERETANIA
- HONOLULU, T. H.
, jj l
unrjKa tiir use ov an nt-ncTiuc fan this summer
Costs so llttlo to
run continuously that
you will hardly no
tice the addition to
the light bill.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Henry Watcrhouse Trust Co.,
STATEMENT OF CONDITION, DECEMBER 31, 1910-
Cash on hand and In bank..) 82.42C.17
Ileal estute 30,314.94
Stocks and overinvestments 49,957.1G
Mortgage secured by reul
Loans, demand and time.,.. lC4.9liS.37
Furniture und llxtures 4,000.00
Accrued Interest receivable.. 3,812.05
G0 paid In $100,000.00
Undivided profits 82.918.39
Trust nnd agency accounts.. 199,150,28
Other liabilities '... ' 324.01
Territory of Hawaii, , - . , .
City und County of Honolulu, ss.
I, A. N. Campbell, treasurer of the Henry Wuterhouse Trust Co, Ltd.,
do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowl
edge and belief. A. N. CAMI'UEI.U
Subscribed und sworn to beforu me this 31st day of December, 1910.
Notary I'ubllc, First Judicial Circuit.
4842 Feb. 3. Mar. 3. Apr 3, May 3, June 3.
The "400" of Honolulu
(Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.)
Be one 'of 'em
PINECTAR SALES CO., Ltd.
I beg to announce that within n few days I will open a Qymnastlo
Institute ut 139 Merchant street, second lloor, next to Schunian Car
The Institute will havo n compute oiitllt of nil necessary appli
ances for carrying out the Celebrated Swedish Movement Cure as
well us recreative gymnastics on sclentlllc principles,
C. GUSTAV A. BIORKMAN
Graduate Oymu lust , Stockholm (Sweden).
(Continued from Page 1)
i elation ot llrldge. Structural nnd Or
! nnincntnl Iron Workers, one of the
moii piumiueni lunur icnderB In tliu
United Stntes. He Is charnod with
sending his brother to l-os Angeles
to destroy the "Times" Imlldlnir with
furnishing the money nnd planning
tins nnd oilier outrages, Ho was or
rested April 13 In Indlanaholls.
James W. .McNamara, of Cincinnati,
alias J. U. Urlce. alius Frank Sulli
van, a brother of John J., n member
or me iron Workers" Union. It Is
chnigcd that he personally placed the
explosives In tho Urn Angeles
"Times" building, lie was arrested
In Detroit on April 12th. Ho has
made admissions which amount to u
Oitle B. Mc.Mnnlgal, of 414 South
Sangamon street, Chicago a union
iron worker and accomplished ilvna
inlter. He was sent to I.os Angeles to
blow up the temporary plant, which
me -nines" used nfter tho deslruc
Hon of Its building. Falling In that
no touciied on a neighboring Iron
works. Ho has been James W. Mt
Nitmarn's companion almost continu
ously since nnd was arrested with film
at Detroit on April 12th.
Not only has Hums found evidence
to connect these three men with tho
dynamiting of tho Los Angeles Times
building, but lie declares also that
they are part of a great organized
gang nf unionists bent on destroying
properly to gam tlielr sinister ends
the death of uon-uulonlsni, Ho say's
lie nas evidence to prove that they
are mixed up In nearly a scoro of
dynamiting eases, wIUi u property
lose of moro than three million dol
lars and a loss of lite of 112 persons,
Since tho arrest of tho men, they
nave been taken to I-cj Angeles,
Clarence Harrow, tho famous anil-
corporation attorney who conducted
the defense of the Moyor-Iluywood-I'ettlbnuo
case, has been retained iia
(heir uttorney. Another development
has hoen tho arrest of William J,
Hums, W. J. lord, assistant prose
cuting attorney, Ot' Los Angeles. Wal
ter prow, presjd.ent of tjie Urectors'
association, an employers organiza
tion. taqd.iKraiik; ,1!. .Fox, n taxi-cab
prom Jetir, ion tjiu charge,, of kidnaping
juiui. J. .icnainnra,. nO(Wau arresieti
ny me iiurns lorco.
Tho Htmy of the trail followed lir
Iiurns and his tireless men Is one. of
Intense Interest. In brief, It Is an
llurns was In Los Angeles at the
time of the explosion and attended
n conference with Mayor Alexander,
tho chief of pollco und tho Merchants'
and Manufacturers Association.
For nwhlle ho worked under the
supervision of tho Ijs Angeles nuth
orltles. Then, following it misunder
stand, ho took up tho work on his
Explosion Uncovers Trail.
He turned to his evidence of an at
tempt tu dynamite A bridge in l'eorln,
111., in September. 1910, when mi In
fernal machine planted nenr 'tho
bridge hud failed to explode.
The conditions ut l'eorln coincided
so closely with those following tho
Times explosion that tho detective
deckle both explosions had been the
work of tho samo men.
Tho detective already had suspi
cions that tho l'eorln work had been
done by Oillo K Mc.Mnnlgal of Chi
cago. When Hums returned to l'e
orU lie Mirinundc.l McManlgal's
home In Chicago with watchors.
In the meantime Mc.Mnnlgal, not
knowing he was be'ng wutched. re
tinned to l.os Angeles with a plan,
the detective assorts, of destrojlng
tho auxiliary plant In which the
"Times" was being Issued.
Changes Hla Mind.
It Is said he made several Inspec
tlons or tho plant, but apparently
changed his plans.
Just to show his good faith Durns
says, McMunlgal placed nil Infernal
machine under the plant or tho Mow
ollyn Iron Works In Ijoa Angeles.
Detectives watching this wero un
able to make use of their knowledge
to prevent an explosion, being fear
fill of warning tho dynamiters of their
presence and, by putting them on
their guard, of preventing an arrest.
Detectives, closing in on tho Chi
cago man, followed him to his first
meeting with James McNamarn
whom at Hint tlmo they knew only as
J. II. Hryco or Hrysoii, by whom tho
explosives said to hao been used In
blowing up tho "Times" plant were
McMaulgal and McNamara then
came cast, the same train bearing tho
Visit Many Points.
Tho pair went to Kansas City, to
Peoria again, to South Chicago, to
Milwaukee ami a dozen other points,
plways carrying n mysterious suit
case, which It was later learned con
tained tho clockwork basis for tliu
Finally tho pair went to Indiana
polls, where Interviews were held
with Secretary John McNamara, tho
first time he had appeared in any con
nection with the dynamiting,
Flist tho two visited Becrotary Mc
Namara's olllce at night und held a
long consultation, The next day Sec
retary McNamarn kept an appoint
ment wllh the two men in a street
near his olllce nnd tho three went in
to another consultation In a saloon.
Another Explosion Planned.
Then McMunlgal and Jumes Me
Knmnrn again went to Kansas City.
Following them watchers found a
"plant" arranged under a new bridge
Ily throwing a quantity of Iho nitro
glycerine found tliero Into Urn waters
below the detectives provonlod an
From this tlmo frequent visits wero
Even things that er comparatively
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didn't feel able t' see.
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niado by tho two men to the oinco of
Secretary McNniuurn In IiidlnnaisillB,
this giving the dotectUes new evi
dence and preparing for a "round-up."
Hums" men followed McManlgul to
Toledo, where he was Joined by
James McNamara. The two then de
parted for Detroit, both carrying hea
Watchers in Detroit hail Informed
Hums, the detective asserted, that uu
nttempt would bo made to wreck tho
new 12,000,000 terminal in that city.
It was determined to pi event this
loss. Chicago detectives were asked
to aid in tho ariesls and Detectives
Illddliigor and ttccd wero detailed to
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HAWAII TAKES !
Growth of Canninrj Industry
Followed By Importation
Dy C. 8. Albert.
( Bpeclal II u 1 1 r 1 1 n rcrrvspnndrnce )
WASHINGTON. D. C, Apr 10
The rapidly-growing Territories of
Hiiwnll and Alasku are given credit
for having enormously Increased the
consumption of tlnplnte. Their nil
Illation of this product has contributed
jo a record-hrenklng period of expor
tation from tliir United Btntes.
The shipments, of tlnplnte to Ha
waii Increased from t.'JIO.DOO pound
during the calendar jear 1909 to 7,
333,000 pounds In the same period of
1910. The Increase fur Alasku was
from 21,7110,000 to 30,000,000 pounds.
This marked Increase. In exporta
tion to tho two Territories I nltrih
lited to the development nf their can
NEW MANAGER TO
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troy tho forests and vegetation of tho
natural forest areas.
Lumber Is being hauled for tho
erection of n largo new shearing shed
equipped with nil the modern details
for handling the sheep of the ranch
in tho quickest und most hu.naii')
manner. The sheds will ho located
on the lower levels and tlfo Blieep
driven down to tliu shearing, nnd they
win do Kept in tho lower levels for n
tlmo ufler the shearing so ,11ml they
will not bo subject lo the cold rains
und winds of the mountains.
Tho sugar beet growing experi
ments have gone forward Willi good
siiccobb, though Mr. I'oulseii, who has
conducted the experiments, Is soon
lo leave for the Coast.
Watermelons and cnntelopes nre
being grown In good quantities by tho
Hawaiian employes of tho innch mid
they are making quite an iiidustiy of
tins small limning that they curry
on as u "side line."
LutiL Soule is carrying on mi rn-
teiprlse that gives gieat piomlso !lo
hus taken a section of favorably locat
ed laud and is branching out lnt Inii
raising on quite a large scule Wit!)
ordinary success this should develop
Into a very successful project.
The law is like the ocean; the
greatest tioublu Is caused by Its
Pay your debti.
Grin and bear it.
Hold your temper.
Learn to take a Joke.
Patronlio home induetry.
Read aomethlng every day.
Don't parade your trour
Give the other fellow a
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