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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. M, TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1911.
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SIMPLY LIGHT AND
Warmer docs the rest
The Welkom Warmer
Blzo 3H-6V& Inches, weight 4'
The only modern, safo, effective and
ncnslblo substitute for the antiquated
Hot Water Bag.
No wator to heat no rubbor to rot
Will last for years.
Tlio Warmer U made of metal heat
ed wltliln ono mlnuto by the lighting
and Insertion of a papor tubo con
taining a blarclcss. smokeless and
odorless fuel generating a uniform
heat which lasts over two hours at a
cost of less than one cent. It is curved
to fit any portion of the body and hold
In placo by means of a bag and bolt
allowing the wearer to move about at
AS A l'AIN KILLKlt
The Welkom Warmer has no equal.
It can bo put Into constant action and
Is Indlspensablo In cases of rheuma
tism, lumbago, neuralgia, sciatica,
I)y placing tho Warmer on the af
fected part the heat being dry, not
moist, bakes out the cold. Physicians
Bay that tho moist heat of tho hot wat
er bag will not cure but aggravate tho
ailments above mentioned.
Many have been sold not a r'ngle
Completo outfit Including Warmor,
bag belt, coll and 10 tubes of fuel sent
prepaid to any part of the V. "6. upu
rocclpt of $1.00.
If you wish to know more about this
wonderful dovlco wrtto todny for free
WELKOM WARMER MFG. CO.
I0S Fallon St., Now York.
14 Kt. Watc les,
113 HOTEL 8T. JEWELERS
WILL BE SHORT
of business and many which received
jtha worst effects of tho drniiRlit, The
"next II central to cIoko nvcrnKcd onljj
11 1-2 per rent fall-short, ns given
herewith In detail, Including some re
porting Increased production. The nv
crape fall-short of the G4 central ro
jporttd to date Is SI! per cent., and al
lowing for continued grinding tinder
Now Comes to Honolulu Head
ing Movement Encourage
ment of Workers.
ThirtV Fnrtnrin5 Plnc.n riniAn fvornblc conditions, Indications point
I Mil ly raClOnCS UOSC UOWn reducllnn In the deficiency for the
Porto Rico Shy On wiwio isiami of 12 or 15 per cent rmn
Estimates. pared with Inst year, which would glvo
" 11 crop of 1,GS0,000 to 1,(5(10,000 tons.
Wlllnii p. riH.ii1. u. ....... l....M..ni r.. Thorn li rnpli Vfiir ititmli iiiir.i..t,ilnl.
..'. ;:" :,.:.: ? .'..". . i. ,i.i , ..,;;. ::;,. rov wm. c. Momtt. who is now in
mj . mtjn ui lliu mn r II Kill IHUI nt'Li "' "- - ...i.ii.v v) "" .. . . n . ,. - ,,
Visible Supply. Cuba crop uiicn made In April mid Honolulu ch ecictnry for the
Total stock of Huropc and America.! May. and It l not until n somewhat c rinwcsi u w.o .me...,. ... ,, ,. .-,, ,, ,-
3.106,r.S tons against 2.841.741 tons last later date that approximate accuracy c"001 "orders Association, is n
year at the same uneven dales. The can bo relied upon. former president of Oalm College and
Increaso of stock Is
against an Increaso
I I hii4h1.i.ii AAnrnti tt ffMiitwIa lh 1 1. Ih
264,914 tons, Tlio fact mat lliu last report from "'" - mu it-
. ...... . .'it... i.i.n.1 i... n.....iHH ... 11 ! lanns.
oi i:si.di iasi ." """" iii" ti vinBiimiii ui inu
week. Total stocks and ntloat to
Kolhir show a lslblo supidy of .1,
:r,(i,Cf,r. tons, against 2.9C9.741 tons last
ycur, or an Increaso of 209,914 tons.
Centrifugals Improved ,08c. per Hi.,
from 3.80c. to 3.86c. per II)., Od-dcgrco
Kuropo for beet sugar moved from
10s 3 3-4d. last Thursday to 10s. 8 i-4d.
yesterday, closing at a reaction to 10s.
S3-4d, for May nnd Juno and
8 l-4d. for August.
heavy rains nnd clear weather ngnln,
cnnbllng factories to remnio grinding,
caused tho London tnnrkct to decllno
todny 1 l-2d. from yesterday for beet
sugar and bo quoted "dull and lower."
These fluctuations abroad aro sufll
clcnt evidence of the sensitiveness of
tho markets under tho Influence nlinoit
This ovcnlng at 7:30 o'clock ho will
begin, a Sunday school Institute for
local workers. Tho subject will bo
"The Practical Grading of the Sun
day School." There will bo opportun
ity for questions at all of Dr. Mer
rltt's meetings. It Is these Informal
discussions of vital Sunday School
4. . 4, a, $ j $ a $ $ s. j, ,5, G)
entirely of Culuiti reports.
There seems to bo llttlo attention lug and crop estimates may be slight
given to the next lhiropenn crop which ly reduced, as given elsewhere
10s. r. O. Llcht cables favorably for field Homo other countries speilnl reports
work. Our market responded to the! are given herewith
Cane ndvnnced from lis. 4 l-2d. to Cuban cables with Miles at l-32c. and l.lttlo attention Is paid to Java ug-
11s. Od. for Javas. The Immediate 1-lCe. iidvanco for prompt shipments ars, which nro held above bujers' lows
cause of tho Improvement In tho mar
ket was the weekly report from Cuba
giving a rnpld closing of factories from
91 last week to 04 this week, and heavy
rains causing other factories to closo
temporarily, which was generally In
terpreted to Indlcnto nn early closing
nnd smaller outturn for thp crop.
Wo aro In receipt of full Information
nt 2.47c. v Si t. (3.83c.) and 2 l-2c. c.'nt 10s. ad. for July-August shipment
ft f. (SsV.cV. I (4.07c). There wrro buyers during tho
June shipments aro held at 2B-?c c. J week at 10s. 4 l-2d. (3.99c).
fit t. 9G degrees, but no sales nt this j The parity dlflcrcnco between beets
price has been made since April 22 ox-. mid centrifugals Is now .30 u-nts per
cept to speculators. I lb.
Our rellners having good suppllcsnrol At the close tho market Is steady at lucntly nualilled to sneuk on tho tonic.
not Inclined to anticipate their Into 2 l-2c c. & f. (3.Si;c.) for prompt nnd The general public in Invited to all
wnnts. and If sellers urge supplies upon ."J-irc c ft. 1. (J.'J.'C ) for June, hauls 0f t,CB0 meetings but all Sunday
A QUIET, I1EFINED HOUSE OF
Episcopal Missionary District
Meeting Brings Out Talks
On Religious Phases.
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
PR. T. FELIX GOURAUIl'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIHCR
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will uf Ihrip.
'(OMrtiMiVn Cn-mit tha lt liitrmf.1 i.f all I lit
Uo M'iivtnn- ri r ! tTHrtmrcit nl lttf
Uoola fklrrt!MLt l'Ll'd 6llet,Chl h tnrrt.
Half block frum Columbia Thrntcr.' "'", niul Mint of tho afternoon was , UBD.T.HOPKIXPrcp- 37 Great JUei Stretl. KtrwTorL
timl on tho edge of the Uctnll tthop hchl In Alrmorlnl Unit. UlKht ni1l
pint? District. tvcry room with I'rl ilrcs-x wrro inailc. Mrs. Arthur Hinlthi
vuto Itath ToltlvHy Fireproof. fllciiHftotl "The Hunilav Hchool hiiiI tho
American Plan Ilooin with ltath and
Kn.iril frnm 14 0(1 n lnv
tr . m . . ..,,, ,. -- i InlcrcnUiiB paper mid Intel ctlnc
$2 00 a Day dlCHHlon occupied tho ninth unmial
Special" Monthly rtates eonoctlcni of tho Cplvropal mllon-
- - lury district of Honolulu yesterday nft-
a iiiKii-vinm rmniiy nnu Tourist iiiiici. "' "i' '" iiijiiuh r
bo a Union meeting of nil tho cburclics
nnd will bo bold In tho main an ell -tnrlum
of Central Union church. He v.
Mr. Mcrrltt will glvo his nddrcss on
"Tho -Sunday School Organized to
l'nrcnts and all othors Interested In
tho religious training of tho young
should ntteml IIiIh mrollng. No inoro
Important subject will bo discussed In
this city for a long time to conic. On
Thursday ovenlng will follow another
confercneo In tho l'nrlsh Hnusc, nnd
tho topic to be discussed will bo no
Mr. Mcrrltt, through a wldo exper
ience and by years of study, Is cm
from Cuba showing that tho avcrago.thcm In ndvnnco they must not expect M-degrco tcRt
milium nt llm Unl T.A nitnlrnla In Aln,n In li!nln liollftl tritm (linn llm FO
was 30 )ier cent, short of their lastlflners can afford to pay with sloragn
year's crop, but these Included sovcrnl, charges nddod.
estates which aro practically going out Koine l'orto lllco ccntrnls are clo-
Rchool workers of whatovor dcnomln-
problems that nro really tho must In-'ntlnn aro urged to nttoml. This Is an
tercsllng and vuluablo part of the con- Interdenominational movement nnd
ferpnec. I alms to help nil who aro engaged In
Tho meeting tomorrow evening will 'any form of Sunday School work.
Bottled In Bond
JULES PERCHABD8 & FIL8'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES
Wi Dellvar to Any Part of lb City
ROSA & m,
Alake. and Queen Street!
K1 IAIS AT ALL BAU
Cream Pure Rye
L0VEJ0Y AND 0 0.
You'll find they're aU rood (el
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Dariet, Prop
I acific 3
r ? -w. i-.T Tjr-!33rr!rKrV-.
' v-jrBK.. K llk: " y -?
K!w15M$t ' -
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?Vi- AL(9lgfA 12
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GBT H&R CONSE'N-T
THK L.0T U5
URN1SH YOUR HO
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JTJLGi', y wti--S-fcri':Kli y ?
Quality Brass and
If you desire high-class Hods, ypu
can not do better than rxamlno tills
exquisite lino. Tnclvo styles of braH
beds and fcomo 30-odd Iron beds of
A handsome brass bed, neat plain
lines, 3-Inch post, heavy Idlers, cither
polished or satin finish, at tho low prlco
of S25. Others up to J 110.
Iron beds, In plain and scroll effects,
In white, creum, green, nnd Vernls Mar
tin finish, priced as low as S3.7G and
up to I4C.
Extra Special for This Wek Chll
less metal bed, 11-10 continuous pil
lars, seven benvy fillers. Ivory or Ver
nls Martin Mnlsb. Regular price, J 13.00;
this week only, $10,
Comfortable Springs and
BrtlNO ItEST TO A T1UED BODY
KINO AND NUUANU STREET!
The mattresses listed below uro mado
In our own Bbop and every one Is of
tho highest possible quality at the prlco
given, and aro so guaranteed from tho
cheapest to the most expensive, Nlco
lino of Ticking to select from.
Jl.xcclslor mattress $ 4.00
Cottun-top mattress C.00
Moss mattress . , 10.00
Klnss mattresi 12.00
(trey lialr mattress 7Co u pound
Wlillu hair mattresses Jl a pound
Woven wire, wltb wood frames...
...' .'.,.. .13. DO to (7.00
Chain wlro springs, metal frame..
i JH.50 to 19.00
Genuine Live Geese
Down & Feather Pillows
You need a pair or two of good pil
lows, pillows that uro filled with purr,
clean, odorless feathers; pillows that
are guaranteed or money refunded. Wo
havo them In u stock site, in number
of grades to select from.
Penther pillows, ,...,11.75 each and up
FIiihi- pillows , J 1.00 and up
Ilxtru select llvo gceso feathers and
down In bulk inadu up any sign pillows
you may desire.
Go-Carts and Baby
,iilgns and Host AHsortinuiit In
illy, (.'. in ;ih,
TTEjust want you to give us an opportunity
VV of showing you through the store, to
introduce you to the quality'anU style
of our goods. An acquaintance with the
prices will result greatly to your benefit.
Then we want to tell you of our little pay
ment plan it will prove a great aid to, you.
Won't you favor us with a call?
Beautiful New Rugs
and all manner of
New Floor Coverings
When you commence renovating, ou uro ouro to find that
fomo of jour floor covotJnga pavo outgrown their usefulness nnd
will need replacing,
When ou think of lbeo new floor coverings, we want your
thoughts In bo of this store. Tho newest and bent things from
tho foremost In tho land will bo found hero priced to sao you
These Special Prices for This Week
Regular J 20, 9x12 Brussels Rubs, In Oriental and Moral pat
terns, this week at $16.
lingular 30, 9x12 Axiulnster Rugs, muny beautiful designs
.ud colorings, this week ut $25.
Regular 5. 3(ix72 Axiulnster Hugs. Largo assortment to se
lect from; all this season, patterns. Hpeclal this week, $4,
America's rorcmost Wilton ltug, In pleuslng Persian, Oriental
and small all-over patterns, In tho softest of colorings; u nig
Hint will last a lifetime Carried In all sUes. from u 7x5 to
JS0, 9x12, special this week, $45.
$C. !7x5t Wilton Ituga during this week at the special price
of 4.75. .
COCOA DOOR MAT8-SU sites; prices 1 In I 'J
Superb Furniture for the
You can satisfy both your purse and
taste by purchasing bedroom furnlturo
hero. Wp liuvn lovely bedroom furnl
turo In golden oak, fumed oak, wal
nut, blrdsryo maple, and mahogany, in
latest designs, well built and finished.
Golden oak dressers 118 to J 70
lllrdsvyo dressers $35 to 93
Muhognny dressers $37 to $85
$14 golden fir dressers, good-slzo
bastf, 16x24 French bevel mirror, this
wcok only, $10.75,
In all tho different Hnlshes, wltb and
without mirrors, from a plain oak 24
Inches wldo ,up to the large storngo
chest, 46 Inches wide. Price. J 10 to
Wo havo a fuw odd and discontinued
patterns In mahogany and hlrdso)othat
wo aro offering at the following reduc
tions; Dlrdscyo maple, $45, tfmv t. $32.00
Illdseyn maple, $43, now 3000
Mahogany, $56, now 40 00
Mahogany, $38, now 29,00
Mahogany, $35, now...., 27.00
Dressing tables nro nliuott a neces
sity In n well-appointed bedroom They
add so much coniTnrt to n lady U) mak
ing her toilet. Numerous finishes and
Mahogany $36 to $40
lllrilscyo $24 to $40
Uolilcu ouk $25 to $30
Chal mirrors, In ouk ami tnnling.
any $18 to $70
Tin en grades, uU mlnm, any
slm it 1 1 In liio lin lies, (let our
Duty of l'nrcnts and Bpimsors"; Mrs.
I 1'. KiiImiiii, "Kcllglnii In tho Homo";
T. L'llvo D.nles. "The lllblo In tho
Homo"; Canon W. II I'otwlne, "Day
ami Night Hchools." Miss Karah
Chung, Miss Annlo Kong and Mon Vi
Chung had correlated subjects, on re
ligious training for young Orientals,
nnd tho Itev, Mr. llorl discussed "Night
Hchonli ns u Means of flenching Mn"i
At 7:45 o'rlock tho convocation ns
scmblles met to hear from tho mission-1
nrles of the district board nnd for bus-l
Inesi. Tho Ilev. W. II. Kenton-Smltb.
tlio Itev. J, W. Ollllll, tbf Itev. 1) I),
Welluee, tho Ilev. J. K. Ilodel .mid tho
Itev. W. H. Hbort were among tlio
During tho holiness session tlio fol
lowing list of iilllcers and committees
of tho missionary district, to servo dur
ing the next year, was announced:
List of Officers.
President - The Illglit Itev. Henry
Ilnnd Ilestarlck, 1) V Address, Hono
lulu Secretaries The Ilev. W II Pnt
wlne, Honolulu; William Thompson,
Treasurer 11 McK. Harrison, Hono
IteglMrnr ltobblni II. Anderson, Ho
nolulu. Chancellor Alexander Lindsay Jr.
Council of advice Tho Ilev. Canon
John Usbiiriie, president, Itev. Canon
William Aillt, Itev. W. 1 I'otwlne, T.
Cllve D.ivles, Ilobblns II. Anderson, II.
M. Mm Holt
Hoard of dim tors Tho lllshop,
president; Ilev. W. 13. I'otwlne, James'
Wukclleld, Itev. Canon Ault, T. Cllvo
Dalles. John tlulld. Yap Heo Young.
Alexander Lindsay Jr.
Hoard of mlslons Ilev. W. K 1'ot-j
nine, (liorgo I Dctilson, Tlmmas
Sharp, Major A. W. Davis and Canon
Dxamiiilng chaplains nevs. W. Bey
mour Short, W. II I'otwlne, Kong Yin
Tet nnd It. llorl.
Commlttco on tho state of tho church
Itev. Win. Seymour Short, Ilov. V. A,
Snylor, Yap Sen Young, Edinond !'.
On iirivllcgc Rev. W. K. I'otwlne,
I.. M. Vetlescu, A. Lindsay Jr., H. L.
On unllulsbcd business Itev. W. II.
I'enton-Smlth. I- M. Vctlesen. 11. a.
Finance cnminlttco Itev. Canon John
Usbornc, Ilobert Cation, George I'.
On legislation Ilov. Canon Usborno,
Rev. Leopold Kroll, Ilobblns Anderson,
Alexander Lindsay Jr.
Tho program for today Is that of
tho annual meeting nf tho Woman's
Auxiliary and Guild. It Is ns follows:
10:30 a. in, Celebration of tho holy
communion nt tho cathedral. Preach
er, tho Itev. Canon Usborno; celebrant,
II o bishop; eplstoter. Canon I'otwlne;
'gospelcr. Canon Ault. After this ser
vice adjournment will bo inniln to tho
memorial hull for organization and
I Luncheon will be served by tho
women of the cathedral parish In tho
dlrlngroom of St. Andrew's I'rlory at
1 p. in. The order of business will be:
Reports of diocesan iilllcers.
Appointment of nlllcers by the
"The Kuture of the Country Church,"
Rev J. W Ounn.
"Kt. Mary's as a Center for Minis
tering to tho Needs of Men, Wonun
nnd Children,' Miss Van Deerln.
Report of tho Junior auxiliaries,
Guild .work told In brief report.
7 p, in. Dinner glien by tho men's
club nf tho cathedral parish to tho
clergy, law delegates and Invited
friends nt tho Pacific Club.
Geary Street, above Union Squtte
4w.t vvii. iiuici si. ersneu
European I'lin SI, CO a day up
American PUtn S3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
ings cost JIWO.OOO, High cUs.1
hotel at moderate rates. Omnibus
meets all trains and steamer:
Hotel Stewart now rccognlcd as
Hawaiian Island licaiiijuartcrs.
Cable address, "Traivcta" A. II. C
Cod. Reservations made through
Trent Tnnt Co., Fort Street.
Hotel St. Francis 1
Union Square, San Francisco
Under the Management of
MAUI CAPTAINS JOIN
MILITARY CAMP HERE
(Special tlullntln Correspondence )
WAILUKU, May 21. Captains W
i: Hal and S. Kclllnol of tho Maul
militia companies, I of Walluku and
I. of Lahaliia, left last evening on tlio
stcainor Mntinu Ken for Honolulu with
tholr ofllcorB nnd non-coms to bo
present at tho Inspection to bo held
on Oalm noxt wcok
W I j II u 1 1 e 1 1 n l per year.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxativo Bromo Quinino
. Tablets. All druggists refund
1 Un mnrin,. Xt (nil . ..
i,ii. uiv.ii.jr ii iv luiia iu lull.
E, W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS MUDlUtJU CO , St. Unit, U 6. A.
OAHU FUnNITURE CO,
King airsst, oppoillt Young Hol.l
(.'Mi the beaiillful park
the heart of (bo city.
which Is the Iheatrr of
the principal crcnls ot
Hie famous frsllinls of San
r.rancl-cii, t lift hole!, In eii
tlriinineiil nnd iiliiiopliere, ex
pretnes mot piiasanllj- (he
cmiiforliilile spirit of old Cal
ifornia. The royally nnd nubility of
(he Old, World und the Far
Eaat and (he men of high
nchletement In America nho
siemblu hori contrlbulc In liio
cosmopolllsu atmospliere o( un
liijlltullon nlilch rcpretirnlf
(lie hoipltiillly and ludhldunl
lly of Hau Frs nrlsco (n (he
The liulldlng, which murks
(he farthest ndrnnce ol selenre
In kerilcc, has noir (he largrs(
capacity of any holel structure
In (bo West, and upon comple
tion of (he l'ost street nnnei
nlll be the largest ctiruianscry
In Hie norld. i
WHII.E TUB SKItVICE IS U..
USUAL, TilH I'illCfS AHK
European Plan from 1)2.00 Up
YACHTING, IIOATINO, OOl.K I.INK3
A.N'D TIINNIH R)Il TIIOHU WHO
WISIl-QUHTT. tlKSTFOL DAYS I'plt
CLUAN MOSQUITO-PROOF ROOMS
Can bo bad ut tlio
W. C. I1KRUIN, Prop.
has the best Homc-Made
Bread, German Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. Be sure and
ring up 2124.
1120 FORT STBEET
Delivered to Any Part of the City
Phons 2011 i
ORDERS ARE SERVED IN
Individual Meat and
BALTIMORE DAIRY LUNCH ROOM
May's Old Kona Coffee
Utt In the Msrket
I'. O, Hut HO
krMMdeMtWmh k, L,mkdimir4m'4sk'laimm(