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EVENING BULLETIN,, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1t11.
CASES of DRY GOODS
DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS,
MEN'S SUITS, BOYS' SUITS,
WASH SUITS, SHIRTS,
TIES, HOSIERY, SHOES, etc.
arrived per steamers Honolulan
and Sierra to help complete our
We are opening the cases and
marking the goods to be retailed
at Wholesale Prices.
Watoh our advertisement
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STORY IS FALSE
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'un If lie Ik willing to decent the terms
'of the petitions which the Home ltule
. lenders hnvp drnfted lately, with a view
to rending them to President Tnft, nk
liiK him to niiolnt Prince Knlanlana
ula (lovernor nt tho expiration ot
i The DeleKfite seemed surprised to
hear the plans of the Home Hulers.
lie fnlil that he believed tho Home
Killers were not doing the proper thing
,ln sending a petition to President Tnft
opposing Krenr's reappointment nnd nt
the raiiic time nuking him to appoint
KiilMihinnole ns the next Governor. Ha
i-nyx that It In not a good diplomatic
"It would have more effect If the
Homo Utile lenders would only oppose
l'ri'nr' reappointment, and sny nothing
nhout inn oh their choice for the next
Governor," wild the Delegate.
"Personally, I would not favor their
proposition. 1 do not want the Presi
dent and the public 'to think that I nm
ntplrlng for a gubernatorial position.
Nor do I want them to think that I
nm In sympathy with the political move
of tho Homo Itulers, In so Tar as their
petitions ore concerned.
'If they would only send a petition
opposing Frcnr's reappointment, then
It would he different, but as to the Idea
ot sending petitions, one opposing
Year and the other usklng the Presi
dent to appoint nlo ns the next Gov
ernor, 1 am not fnvornolo to tnatjirop-osltlon."
Committee to Call on Him.
An was exclusively announced by tho
11 ill let In yesterday, a special com
mittee from the Homo ltule party will
call on the Prince some time today or
tomorrow to ascertain his views re
garding the petition they have prepared
during his nbsenco In Washington.
It Is possible that tho Prince .will re
ceive them tomorrow or Sunday, as ho
wants to toko a rest. Besides, he has
imitlrs of Importance nwaltlng his at
tention nt his oMIcc In the Kaplolanl
The Delegate was met nt the dock
this morning by Princess Kalanlanaolo,
Mr. John Kea Jr. and J. V. Colburn,
manager of the Kaplolanl Estate. The
party went out to tho Delegate's homo
ut Wolklkl for breakfast.
CAPT. MILLER ON
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lament Island between here and 8a'
mon. This Island was discovered and
named by Cuptuln Cook. In the Reso
lution and Discovery, on Vednesday,
December 24, 1777. The Island Is nliout
twenty-two miles long cast and west,
and encloses a shallow lagoon. Being
outride the rain belt, the Island Is not
so fertile as others of that section, but
n large number of cocoanuta have been
planted by a.Brltlsh syndicate, which
riro said not to bel doing very well at
tho present time. Millions of birds fro
nuent the Island and the fisheries are
Important. Tho r Japanese fishermen
were ordered to Icavo about tho llrst
of this year, and It Is understood that
II. II. M. 8. Challenger will visit Christ
mas Island In the near future.
Judge Henry E. Cooper, who has oh
talned a two months' leave of absence,
together with hjs son Francis, will be
the guests of Captain Miller, and they
are looking forworn to a iiciigniiui
DON'T FAIL TO SEE
THOSE FEATURE EILMS
Honolulu theater-goers and those
Interested particularly In the war be
ing waged on tuberculosis, snouia not
Tall to see the feature film now being
shown at he Bijou theater, entitled
'The Red' Cross Seal." It was thrown
bn the screen last night and caused
much favorable comment, largely be
cause of the lesson It told of the
ravages of tuberculosis, and because
of the human Interest dramn unfold
ed. The film was endorsed by tho
Red Cross Society of America nnd Its
stationery Is used In the letters
thrown on the screen. There Is a
simple lovo tale woven Into tho prac
tical Instruction concerning tuber
culosis. Those Interested In the Day
Camp for tuberculosis patients In
Palama should not miss this film.
At the Park was shown a splendid
picture "In, tho Wilderness," a pic
ture of old days In tho great western
wastes, full of romance. A comedy
picture, "The Ship's Husband," shown
at the Savoy, was laughable from
start to finish. There Is also n beau
tifully colored picture presenting a
story of ancient Egypt, a tale of Isis,
The vaudeville porgratns nt tho tho
ntera were good. Tho Melnotto twins
and Clay Smith have some excellent
music this week-end songs that aro
catchy nnd classy and ear-haunting
of the1 .whistling kind. The Uagtlme
Trio at the Savoy made good again,
and at tho Park Harney and Huynes,
In ragtime, and Aldlno nnd Cassidy,
In pantomime low and lofty tumbling
and comedy, were all good.
lectures on 'Hawaii upon tho main
land lire proving good publicity fea
tures, according to II, P. Wood, secre
tary of tho Hawaii Promotion Commit
tee. In his report thli week Secretary
"Tho splendid work for tho Islands
done by Hey. Rowland II. Dodge of
Wnlluku on his recent trip to tho main
land, when he lectured on Hawaii In
practically every large town through
out New England, distributing our fold
ers, of which we sent him a liberal
supply, has brought us many Inquiries!
Itesults from Dr. Wadinuu's lecture tour
may soon be expected also, and "beforo
the doctor returns, Ilev. Edward B,
Turner of Makawuo will be, In the field
Willi a careruuy selected; series oi.mn
tern slides. I have arranged to supply
Mr. Turner wth,a numbert-of slides
nnd will also We that he Is, provided
with several thousand special cards for
distribution In connection wtjth lls lec-
"Wo have to thank' Dr. Jaggar of the
Massachusetts Inttltuto of Technology
J for some of tho best publicity Hawaii
nas received in somo, lime.
"Each mall brings 'to' hand numerous
clippings from papers nil over the Unit
ed States referring to the observatory
planned by Dr. Juggar to be establish
ed at the ..Volcano of KUauea, where
two of tho world' most famous men
In their rpeclal lines aro already ut
Work. In the accounts given, KUauea
Is referred to as the most wonderful
sight In the world today.
"Many visitors, "will undoubtedly be
brought to Hawaii by 'this publicity:
PARK JH EATER
Cool as a Roof Garden
Vaudeville acts this week
Dancing, Singing, Acrobatics All New
THESE ABE THE ;ARTIBT8:
Aldine and Cassidy
Harnev and liavnes
Inimitable Team of Ragtime Singers
Juvenile Whirlwind Dancers
"IN THE WILDERNE8S"
(Great Western Picture)
Feature Films Tonight
"THE RED CR08S SEAL"
Endorsed by It, C. Society of America
h FINE VAUDEVILLE PROGRAM
All Features New
Pantomime Circus Artiste
Artistic Musical Patter
Ryan and Ryan
THE HOUSE OK OOOD FILMS"
"THE 8HIP'S HU8BAND"
Comedy Motion Picture
Everything New Nothing Old
VAUDEVILLE' UP' TO DATE
The New Program Includes the
Princes of Entertainers In Musloal
...... in. nt. abhIda tlll nniMinv n hAllr
six , The.TVch one ZSTZ
nnd this Is tho time of year when
weather conditions are most favorable.
If You Have Scalp or Hair
Trouble, Take Advantage
of This Offer,
We could not afford to so strongly
endorse Itexall "93" Hair Tonic nnd
continue to sell It as we do, If it did
not do all we claim It will. Should
our enthusiasm carry us away, and
Hoxall "93" Hair Tonic not give entire
satisfaction to the usors, they would
lose faith in us and our statements;
and In consequenco our business
prestigo would Buffer.
Wo assure you that If your hair U
beginning to unnaturally fall out or
If you have any scalp trouble, Kexall
"93" Hair Tonic will promptly eradi
cate dandruff, stimulate hair growth
and prevent premature baldness.
Our rami in ltoxull "S3" liuir
Tonic Is so strong that wo ask you
to try It on our positive guarantee
that your money will be cheerfully
refunded If It does not do as we
claim. Two sizes, 50c. and $1.00.
8old only at our store The Roxull
Store. Ilenson, Smith & Co. Ltd,
MAINE T0JBE MYSTERY
TAMPA, Fla., Juno 25. "The se
cret of the destruction of tho battle
ship Maine will never bo known,"
said General W. 'II. Blxby, chief of
engineers In charge of the work of
raising the Maine, on his arrival here
today from Havana.
The destruction to the vessel was
such, says General Blxby, and tho de
terioration haB been sa great that It
wll bo Impossible to tell whether the
ship was blown up from a force with
in or without.
The greatest forco, howovor, was
from the Inside, Indicating that the
forwurd magazine had exploded.
Whether thin was from a sympathetic
explosion caused by a torpodo from
tho outside may forever remain a
Who will wish to neo tho world ns In
the beginning and who while here will
learn to lovo Hawaii and .thus ndd to
the rapidly-Increasing number of boost
ers on tho mainland. Mca'nwhllo wo
aro nendlng out folders by tho thou
sands by every steamer nnd expect to
distribute more pamphlets within the
next six months than have ever been
sent out from Hawaii during a similar
By the last mal wo received ac
knowledgments' from several teachers
throughout the Mlddlo West of the re
ceipt of our mnp and folders, which
they stated tney naa peen nine to use
with good effect In their school work.
"Upon the return hpmo of Mr. O. P.
Wilder from his extonded trip, he fn-
vored tho commlttco with a carefully-
selected list of addresses of parties In
different corners of, the world who he
thought would nppreclate Information
about Hawaii. No time was lost In
getting out tho mntter, and nn ac
knowledgment' from tho Isle of Pines,
W. I., wns received1 yesterday asking
for more Information and stating that
the writer has about decided to make
an early visit,"
COX BRINGS MURDERER BUERNO.
, Doputy Sheriff Oscar Cox came up
this morning from Walaluu having In
custody J uon Ducrno, tho Spaniard,
who stabbed and. killed Antonio Al
varez, another Spaniard last Monday,
Bucrno was deposited In Jail, pend
ing tho examination ot the evidence
by County Attorney Cathcart, "who
held a conference uus morning wttn
Early this forenoon Cox called at
tho office of Sheriff Jarrett and had
a long .talk, regarding the murder
case, which wns committed at Wal
alua. They also discussed other mat
ters, which have been reported to
Alvarez, who was, stabbed twice In
the chest by Bucrno', died a few hours
afterwards. Deputy 8horlff Cox ar
rived Just In tjmo to recognize Buerno,
whom he placed under arrest. Bucrno
Is a younK man, nnd was not drunk
at the time ho stabbed Alvaroz. It Ih
probable Hint the prisoner will em
ploy au, attorney t to defend him In
Another Oddity le
The Little Fiddler, Who Uses a Violin
ONLY DAY 8HOW8
DON'T MISS THE DAY SHOWS!
PICTURE8 AND VAUDEVILLE
ON 8ATURDAY NIQHT
PRICE8 10o and 15o
Clean, comfortable cottage, newly
done up; 120. Apply I486 Emma St.
At Auction At the residence of Copt,
I. Thompson, 1115 I.unaltlo St., near
Pensacola St., Thursday, July 13,
1911, at 10 o'clock a. m.,' the entire
household furniture. Jut.. W. Pratt,
Oold fraternity pin; star and crescent.
Owner can huva same by calling nt
the Bulletin otllco and Identifying
Whitney & Marsh,
Our Annual Sale
Monday, July 3
CORSET-COVERS, witJh Lace and Embroid
ery, .... 50c to $2.25
GOWNS, Plain and -Fancy, from 85c up to.
50c up to $2.50
SKIRTS, with Wide Embroidered Flounces,
$1.25 up to $5.50
To Consumers of Electric Current
Current will' be shut off on all the service
lines' of this company from 10 a.m. to
3 p.m. on Sunday, June 9th".
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
PURE KONA COFFEE
Insist on your grocar g'ving you this most delicious of Kona'a
Coffet. It'a th kind that makes you want another cup.
Whole Roasted or Ground
EVERY TIME YOU TRY
ou enjoy a treat that comas with the knowing that the butter ,
you are eating Is absolutely pure.
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.,
The Leading Family
MISS JOHNSON, Prop.