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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WCDNCODAY, MAY 24, 1911.
Ladies' Neckwear and Imported
A cholco Bclectlon of LACK COLLARS, KI81IU3, DUTCH
COLLARS, "LORD llYllON" COLLARS mid FANCY NET
OUIMPE nnd CHEMISETTE.
. THE LATEST FOR HUMMER WEAR. N'meltlcfl In Evc
nlnp Scarfs madn In "Crppo ilc Clilno," "ChllTou" nnd "Poau
ilo Cysnp," jilaln colors, ilcllcnlo Horul patterns nml Immlsoma
NEW AUTO VKILS AND 11001)3. .
l'ONUEE AUTO COATS with hrnhled rollnr nnd ruffo.
IIUTTKIUCK JUNE l'ATTEUNS now on sale. Delineator,
Summer Fashions nnd llutlerlck Deslcns for Kmhrolrtory.
NEW SHAPES IN SUMMER MILLINERY, Kino Mllnng,
Lcglioms, Straw Sailors nnd Tailored HnU. Chimin nnd
Lingerie Hats. Hats for TourlnR, Steamer and Autoninullo
KAIIKI WALKING SKIRTS BtronRly sown nnd well Inll
orcd, for tho suminor camp mid seashore, mudo of tho best
tiuallly KNOLISII KAIIK'l. ReKular viilno $5.00 each. In nil
styles, special $3.r0 each.
NKW SLIK PETTICOATS, lllack MesBiitlno Silk with
nccordcon ideated llounccs, nt $6.00, $G.r,o nnd $7.f0. Hand
some silk -Petticoats In dark floral designs nt $7 do. Heullicr
btoom skirts In nil Ilia leading colors nt $2.10 cacli.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and Bcrotanla Street!
Opposite Fire Station
There Is Nothing As
Tho RlfY A I I Triln Arrirlnc kn,.
f " ' " w -wr
been demonstrated. The ladies of
1 Honolulu are satisfied that there is 1
I nothing "just as good."
Benson, Smith Co.,
THE RCXALL 8T0RC FOftT AND HOTEL STREETS
SPEAK ON HAWAII
James L. Stack, tlio Chicago adver
tising man who purchased tho A. A.
Wilder homo at Waiklkl, has been do
ing somo good "boosting" for tho
Islands. Part of Its effect Is seen in
tho nowH that Nat. M. ltrlgham, mi
American lllusttutod lecturer, pro
poses to rorao hero in July. Ilrlghnm
says lie is u distant rcliitlto of W. T.
Ilrlgham, curator of Ilia lllshop mu
seum. Tho lecturer is thinking of
working up an Illustrated talk on Ha
waii. W. II. Simpson, advertising ngent
for tho Santa Fo railroad, has written
the Hawaii Promotion Commltteo
about Ilrlclmm. Ho is n Harvard man,
nnd it seoms that his attention has
been drawn to Hawaii through Mr.
Tho Okinawa Japanese of Ouliu aro
planning a special welcome to tho
son of Marquis Sho when ho reaches
Honolulu on Juno - on his wny to
England to enter Oxford Univarslty.
Tlio Okinawa Japanoso are from tho
Hyukyu or III ti Kill Islnnds, and tho
young man Is -tho son of tho heredi
tary ruler of their clan.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
TO COMMEMORATE DAY
United Spanish War Veterans rro
planning for tho observance of Mom
oil.'il Day In conjunction with tho Id
eal branch of the (Irand Army of tlio
Republic. Next Sundny uvenlngthcio
will be divine sen Ices nt the Metho
dist church, beginning at 7. SO o'clock,
which bo attended by tho Span
Ish War Veterans, Members of Tlico
doio Roosovclt Camp No. 1 and of
tieorgo W. IX) Long Post of tho O, A
It. will asrciuhlo nt Pjlhlnn Hall o I
Sunday nt (:."0 p. in. nnd adjourn
from llioro to the church.
On Mrmnrlnl Day they will assem
ble nt the same hull in piopaio fo
tlio annual parade and fieri Icon over
tho gravcH of tho dead that follow.
U It. Madclros and L. II. Iteovcs of
tlio Customs Department, Honolulu,
iirrlicil here luyt Wednesday morning
and in company with W. IJ. Mcllryde,
began a most rigid search of opium
suspects. Messrs. Reoves and Madcl
ros returned to Honolulu Saturday,
having obtained Information which
will likely result in u swooping Inves
tigation of certain apparently prom
inent oriental concerns nnd individ
uals. Garden Island.
I'nllowlnn his denial by wireless to
tho Ulllloljii that ho iluirged Su
pcrlutendcnt CampbWl wild eralt ,ln
toniipcllon wltli tho Mahukoiia wharf,
Speaker Holstclu nt tho Hoiikc has for
warded lu Honolulu copies of an ommi
letter lio had directed to J. F. Cowau,
pastor of the Kidinla Union church nnd
editor of I lie Koliala Midget. Ho de
clares Hint tlio Midget nilxquotcd him.
Tho letter Is as 'follows:
"Kohalu, May 10, 101 1.'
"Mr, J. F. Cowan of tho Kohala Mid
get. "In your Midget of tho ITIli In!., In
roimnmllng on thn tragiin tnertlng In
reference to tlio Mahukoiia lauding.
you say that 'Speaker Holslcln comes
down lint footed and declares that there
Is sulliclcnt evidence In tho records of
Campbell's own olllco to convict lilm
of taking Kraft In connection with the
uxc of steel bars lu nil the reinforced
concrete work ilimo under tlio Hoard
or Public Works and that 'Mr. Hol
stcln nllcKeg thnt Mr Campbell Instat
ed tbat tho wharf could not bo built
for lesi than ."i0,000 nnd that lid toro
up tho spceincatloim.'
"Allow mo to correct your editorial,
or whatever you may cull It, and to
say that your statement Is erroneous,
misleading uiid a perversion of tho
"In my uddress to tho league I did
not neciiHo Mr. (.'ampliell, superintend
ent of public works, of Kraft, neither
did I claim that there was 'suinclent
evidence to convict hint of graft.
"I distinctly stated Hint to a layman
llko myself, who did not understand
tho dlfferenco In the two Imrs for re
inforced work, that tho steel bars for
which It Is claimed about J1000 was
needed, would look ns If thero was
Kraft, when compared with steel rolls,
for which nbout $100 was said to bo
"To chnrKC a public man with graft
when you bavo not tho sliKlilctt foun
dation for such In my statement to tho
leitKiic Is absurd; and then, UKnlir, I did
not say that Campbell Insisted thai tho
wharf could not bo built for less than
."0,000 and that ho toro up tho speelll
cattonx. What I stated wus that under
tlio drnft of specifications then drawn
nnd shown me. Cnmpliell snld It would
tnkn about JSO.000 to build such u
"Kverynno present, nt tho lenKiio
meeting tenets that you bavo taken
tho liberty of writing up such an nr
tlele ns contained In the Midget. Iio
cniiso you not only do mo nn Injustice,
but also Mr. Campbell and tho I'uhllo
Works Department, and perhaps rn
iloiind ngnhnt tho early completion or
the Mnhukona landing.
"My charges njrnlnsl Mr. Campbell
wcro for thwarting tho enrly construc
tion of the wharf and. for promises
in.ido nnd tho embarrassment I fell
whenever I spoke to him as to when
he was to ro ahead with the work.
Yours truly, II L. IIOLSTEIN,"
OFF TO SELL
D. L. Conkllng nnd Attorney (' It.
Ileinuuway left on tho Wilholmina tills
morning for Now York, whero they
will tnko up tho work of floating an
Issii'o of $1,600,000 of Territorial
Thn legal side of tlio work will bo
caied for by Mr. Hcmenway, who has
a thorough knowledge of tho require
mouts, whllo Conkllng will upon ne
gotiations with tho financiers, No
great dltllculty is expected to bo en
counlored, tho Territory always hav
ing n high standing in tho New York
During Cnnkling's .absence .Henry
Hnpnl will bo acting treasurer.
Hon. Ex.edltor Calc Fluhart talks
some o' startln' a newspaper In Okl.i.
homa where they raise two crops o'
turnips a year. Miss Tawney Apple
received forty.seven votes fer queen
o' th' corn show. That' lots 'o rela.
To Gat Rid
Rat and Roach Paste
Is the most reliable exterminator; also
for rats, mice, watcrhugj, etc.
Oct Uie Genuine Mon.r back If It folia
25c nnd $1.00. Sold Everywhere.
AUDIT COMPANY OF
924 BETHEL STREET
P. 0. Box 040 - Telephone 2035
Conducts airclassej of Audits and
Investigations, and I urnishei Bcporti
on all kinds of financial work
Sucecslions Riven for ilmplilying
or systcmntizinc office work. All
PURE ICE CREAM
Our Ice Cream is absolutely guaranteed for
its purity and richness. Exceeds the stan
dard of the pure food law.
Delivered to all parts of the city
PALM CAFE ioTi
j j siiJfiSillliSfiiH
Delicsto in Its shades and porennial
as tropical foliage.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 South King Street
PLACE CARDS AND FAVORS
Novel iIisIkiis and nrtlstlu conceits
faithfully i xecuted, Tho prices aro
Arts & Crafts Shop
Aloxander Young Duilding
BISHOP STREET .
IN COPLEY PBINTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FKAMINQ 00.
1050 Nuuanu Street
f WWHVr '?v",aBBBBBBBairyf
npHERE is no fabric
more genteel than the
popular and much-wanted BLUE
SliRGIi. No gentleman's ward
robe is complete without a suit of
this labric. Thcv are suitable lor
all occasions, and always give a
man the appearance ot being well
dressed. We show these serges in
various wales; also in fancy weaves.
These Suits are guaranteed
to hold their color
In regular sizes and stouts
aafl jM MM W M iaaaafaTaa
For a Time
It. U STEVENSON
niCIIAHD IlAItDING DAVIS
JOHN FOX, JH.
W. W JACOUS
F II. STOCKTON
ALL, HCrtlllNEIt EDITIONS
FOR A TIME f0.75
Brown & Lyon Co.,
For GENERAL OFFICE STATION
ERY and FILING SY8TEMS, call or
write to us and we will fill your wants.
Office Supply Co., Lid.,
831 FORT STREET
Highland Swiss Chiffon
100 Sheets In Box
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO, LTD.
(In voriio now)
tl' or tho Hummer
8uccenors to Shaw & Seville
KINO BTnECT, NEAR ALAKEA
I'horto 3030 P, O, Bos 431
I'DH VOUIl UI10CEHIK8, BEE.
AMEIUUAH IIHOKEDAOK 00,
111,1! Kli'K Slfrrt, nir Mniu.nVr
Vim 'iW I'.IIy JXIIyt,,
WINES AND LIQUORS
Wo deliver to any part ol tlio
BEST FOR THE HOME
WhiteThere Is no roiln
Hard Lasts longer than
Heavy Therefore will do
BEATS SUCCULENT OYSTEKS WHEN THE "It" IS NOT IN
THE MONTH. WE HAVE SOMETHING OF THE SOUTH
DOWN ORDEIt THAT COMMENDS ITSELF TO EPICURES.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON A. LOUI8, Proprietors
HAVE DOUIII.ED THE AMOUNT OF LIGHT ODTAINAULI.
FOR A CERTAIN HUM AND IMPROVED TJIE QUALITY OF
THE LIU I IT.
Everyone can afford Electric Light
IIV UHINH MAZDA LAMPS INSTEAD OF T1II3 OLD-TIPU
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
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