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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, AUG. 11, 1911.
DINNER TO POPE
Educational Workers Meet
Superintendent Mr. Mc
' Cluskey's Engagement.
Homo of, the ' tcnchers of the Terri
tory gave Superintendent of Public In
struction I'ope' a "welcome home" din
ner nt the University Club l.t evening
tlint wns nvcry plensnnt Informal nt
fair. ' '
J Mr, Popo hns Just returned from nt
tendance nt- the Notional Educational
Association session nnd a tour of In
npectlon nf various' schools nnd publlo
Institutions that took lilin ns far enst
n KmikuH 'city. Ho combined public
xchool business with IiIh pleasure nil
nlontr the route. Mr. Pope told ninny
nf the Interesting phnses of his trip
from nn educational Htnndpnlnt. The
most Impressive feature of mainland
educational development Is the turn to
Industrial training or applied knowl
edge so that the boys and girls can
"do something" after they leave the
As tho dinner iienred the end. Prof.
Wood announced that Mr. McCluskey,
previous to his departure for the Knst
to take up studies, had mnde n pre
vious' engagement, though one that will
not In any way Interfere with his edu
cational plans. He Is engaged to marry
Miss Esther I.ymnn. one of llllo'sjit
tractive nnd estimable young women.
The "vyelcome, to Pope thus turned tp
congratulations for McCluskey.
Those nttendlng'the dinner wero Su
perintendent W, T. Pope, Principal
Kdgnr Wood "of tho Normal School,
Principal Dnvls of tho Itoyal School,
Principal Kaldwln of Knnhunuinu
School, Principal M. M. Scott of tho
McKlnley High' School, Supervising
Principal Wells of 'Maul, Supervising
iPrlncliial Raymond, who lias lieen ns
signed to Lahalna, Maul: Supervising
Principal McCluskey of Illlo, Supervis
ing Principal Cyril Smith of Kauai,
nud Wallace It. Fnrrlngton, editor of
FOR FALLING HAIR
You Run No Risk When You
Use This Remedy.
Wo promise you that, If your hair
Is falling out, nnd you have not let
It go too far, you enn repair llio
damage already dono by using Tlexall
"93" Hnlr Tonic, with' persistency nnd
regularity; for a reasonable length-of
tltne. It Is a scientific, cleansing,
antiseptic germicidal preparation, that
destroys microbes, stimulates igood
circulation around the hair roots,
promotes hair nourishment, removes
dandruff and restores hnlr health. It
Is as pleasant to use as pure water,
nnd It Is delicately perfumed. It Is u
real toilet necessity.
We want you -to try Ttexnll "93"
Hair Tonic with our promise that It
will cost you nothing unless you are
perfectly satisfied witli its use. It
comes in two sizes, prices, BOc. nnd
11.00. nememuer, you can obtnln Hex
all KemFdIcs in this community only
ut our store The Ttexnll Store, lien-
Ron, Smith & Co., Ltd.
INTERESTING MEETING OF
Members ,of the Hawaiian Phllatci
lie 'Association met nt the home of
Charles Ilustace, Jr., last evening.
There were additions to tho by-laws
cresented to tho mombars for consid
eration, the principal feature being
the provision made for tho election
of officers to conduct a general ex
change of stamps.
A report on the work of the Junior
Society by-IJ. K. Ileardmore brought
out, the fact that there were a num.
tor of good collectors among tho
young people of the city' and that
they should receive all the encourage
ment possible. It is expected that
there will be' a meeting of the Jim
lorn some time during the first part
or next month
There were fourteen members pro-
lent at last night's meeting.
. i.A. C. O. Llnncninn nnd A. S. Cor
rea were elected to membership in
(he society at last night's meeting.
NEW TREATY BETWEEN
THE STATES AND JAPAN
The new treaty of commerce and
navigation between tho United States
i.ud Japan went Into operation on
June 17, replacing the treaty negotia
ted In tho second Cleveland adminis
tration, The Important point of dlf
Icronce between the two conventions!
lien In the omission from the new of
tho paragraph relating to Immigra
tion restrictions, which -was objec
tionable to the Japanese, the Unltod
States relying' upon the honor of Ja
pan to carry out tho spirit of exist'
Ing undertakings against Japanese
Zeno K. Myers Announces
That Entire Capital Stock
Plans for npplylng for n charter
under the laws of Hawaii wero per
lected nt n meeting of stockholders In
tho I Ion w Insurance Company of Hn
wall, Ltd., ut n meeting of tho. newly''
formed organization held yesterday afternoon.
A t'ommlttee consisting of President
Cecil Drown, V, It. Cnstlo nnd Zeno
K. Myers mado Us report on charter
nnd by-laws, which wns adopted nnd
other plans develppud for tho company
to begin business Immediately.
Tho iiiwtlng wns n largo one, many
new stockholders being represented. As
a result of tho welcome Hint Territo
rial cnpltullsts nnd luminous men have
given the home company, Zeno K. My
ers, Its promoter, wns able to announce
this morning Hint every share of slock
has been taken UP with the exception
of n few which lire being held for sub
scribers nivother Islands. ' It Is planned
to mako the company truly Territory
wide In Its srnpe.
A certlllcnte of deposit Is now held
by the company showing that tho legnl
requirements In regard to payment for
stock have been .met.
Among the new stockholders nre
James Btelner, J. Onrcln of the First
National Hank, A. II. Ko, John Funis
worth. Itnbert Letters, W. K. Ward, M.
Phillips, 'D. P. It ,lsenhcrg, J. 10. Itocha
nnd John Etllngcr. A number of Por
tuguese business men lire represented
In the company now,
HIGH SUGAR HAS
Sugar has sold In the cnBtern mar
ket ut 4.8G71 cents, according to
cabled advices to the Hawaiian Sugar
Planters' Association. With high
prices prevailing tho prospect of a
large crop and the news that nn un
exMcted amount of the crop will bo
sold ut over four cents, the local
market Is n lively one today.
There wns much trading done this
morning, both between boards and nt
tho session of the Exchange. Every
stock was firm; and a number of ad
vances were noted. Ouhu sugar pick
ed tip perceptibly, closing strong nt
$31.37, .while Waluluu, Ewri, nnd
others strengthened uud remained
Tho talk on the street now is of
Mrs. Beckley's Case Being
Settled in Friendly Suit
v in Court.
The1 question ns to whether or not
Mary Ileatrlro Campbell censed to bo
a minor in the eyes of the law when
(he married George Ilcckley In San
Francisco n few days ago, Is n matter
tlint Is lo ' bo settled In equity, a
friendly suit hnvlng been filed yes
terday. She tins applied for her share
In the cstnto and her attorneys hnvn
refused to hand It over until this
point Is Bottled,
The amount sho asks for Is $127.
000 or moro nnd sho ntso wants some
securities. Tho ground taken by her
attorneys is that sho Is not yet eight
een anil that tho court had thcrcforo
better settle tho matter. Mrs. Heck
ley Is now In Snn Francisco but sho
has given Hobert V. Shlnglo a full
general power of nltorncy nnd he nlso
Hands ready to hand over her per
In a Wlor that Bhlngle wroto to
the trustees ho mentions tho fact of
her marrlug" nnd states that by Ihli
act she becomes entitled to her shnre
In tho estate of the late James Camp
bell. Trustees Cecil Ilrown and A. N.
Campbell replied to the letter nnd
stated tlint they Imd been ndvlsed by
their nttornoya tlint by her innrrlngo
rhn been mo entitled to her share Al
the same time she wan not yet eight
een and that It would bo unsafe to
assume that tho period of her min
ority, had well expired and that Ihey
rhou'ld not attempt to band ove
rhnres or make any distribution until
tho court had given a decision In the
They suggested that Mrs. lleckley
bring a friendly suit against them as
tho easiest wny out nf tho matter.
Tho will of the late James Cnmpbell
states Hint tho accumulated iucomo
shall bo paid to the children "from
mid nfter their respective mnjoiity or
mnrrlngo shnro and sharo alike." It
also provides Hint each female bene
flclarv shall rcrelvo ond hold nil mo
nies nnd other, rights under tho will
"free from tho debts and control of
nny husband sro shall have."
SPEAKER, SAYS PRATT
Health Otllcer Pratt of the Hoard of
Health met Dr. MeCormiick, the fn
hums traveling leeturerof tho Ameri
can Medical Association, who Is to
spenk here on August 30, during the
time tin wns on tho mainland, nnd It
It through Ills effort Hint the doctor
Is coming here.
He has vllted every henlth olllre In
the Union with tho exception of Ho
nolulu, nnd when he wuh talking to
Dr. Pratt Minted Hint be would like to
come along down here. Ills great mis
sion Is tho teaching Hint prevention Is
better than cure, nnd as the- results of
his various lectures throughout Ilia
country, ninny new nnd modern Ideas
hnvn been Introduced. Dr. Prnlt
I peaks In tho highest way of hhn nnd
says Hint he Is Interesting from start
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sft.Swtw tu iBSS'Inl Warn I
sftt'r'asAK.vfcflBiKir mm mr L
tfrtrc&s:Tssfj wm'sw.u mm shv 'v
m . . t.i !; '.- wmwttu Bt'e; n .
maxm mimmwinim m u
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We say "Sensible Clothes,"
because this store does not
carry " Freak Styles " the
kind that appeals to the wearer
but a few days. We sell the
a line yith a "gilt-edge" reputation.
When a suit leaves our store bearing
their label we are satisfied that we
have made a permanent customer.
Drop into the Store, and let us show
you what is proper this season in
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cooues coming ,o .......,. .- ex,ra dljendg ,fl ,,,,.,, rlccg ,,
also provlslqn for the substitution of carK0CB Hrrlv,; proving a gold mine
the new Jnnnneso customs tariff for , ,.. inntn.ii,B. ..nd it K xm.cted
tho existing general conventional Umt tn tie col,rge 0f the next few
rates. days some of the minora will mute
irinlize In the form of extras actually
IIILFTIM tn PV- declared.
Uhlan, tb world's champion trot
ter, which went n mile to wagon yes
terday In two minutes Hat oh reported
In cable nilvlces to the I) u 1 1 n 1 1 n, re
cently stepped n half mile In the rec-
ord-brenklng time of 0:&7 1-2, but It Is
not n certainly ns to whether tho per
formance wll" liu oin'clnlly recognised.
Uhlnn Is u black gelding, foaled In;
190, sire Illngvn (,2:OGl-4), dam
lllonde, by Kir Walter, Jr. (2:18 1-4).
He was driven to his mllo record byl
Charles Tnnner nt North Itandall
(rack, t'levelaiul,,pn August 12 of last,
year. His work this early In tho sen-,
son foreshadows some record-breaking
I performance later on In the opinion of
Filipino laborers recriilt?i by rop
roscntntlvcH of the llnu'.illn.i Kugir
Planters' Ariuicl.itloii.arii iiiiwbniugbt
from tho Kar I:.ihIm:i homo wlthoip
being siibJcrlPil to uny delay nt Hong
In order to better piofee( tho lab
orers coming from t lio Philippine)
from a m)fsIIi!o Inlrctloii by a-vlult
nt tho China port, tho Inst fow hutch
es of iccrults for Hawaiian tiusf.ir
plantations have been (ruiiKforrrd
from niio steadier to nnothcr without
tho necesHI of going ashoro.
Nino KIllplnoH unit eil yostorilay
nfternonii In llio Tnjo Kluen Kalslut
llnor Anieilca Mam. They wero pinn
ed aboard, llio I'lilni Navigation
steamer Kalfong nl Cehu nnd' llnlln
and taken1 to Hongkong whoro Ihey
woro trailsferred to Ibe .lapuneso
sleauief hioii to dnjnrt fiir llniioliilii
and the I'nllod tilates,
In addition lo tho Rllpinoa, tho
Amer'ci Mini brought seventy .lap
ani'ti' .n .'iigcrs In tho sleer.ige. he
most pan Icing "pUtuio brides," whti
foiuo hi'ie to Join "husbands."
i Tho Aineilci Mnril was alongsMn
Al.lkea whtvtf by n llllln after three
h'l'liick .vpslenlay attenuiou and tho
wink of discharging seven hundred
loan Oriental eirgo was rushed nud
under' tho supervision of Captain Hl
ey, wluiif malinger, tho lasl of tho
.ficlqlit wn.i out lufiiro mldiilghl.
Tho .lap.mesi1 liner went to sea nt
six o'rlock this injrnlng, her deslln
01 Ion IioIpk Han Kraticlsco. Nine cab
in iiiHSongoTH arrived, one leaving tho
e'it,11 at Honolulu. Two second-class
mid n lot I' nt Knvpnty-nlno steerage
IMRcengrrs remained over nt Hono
lulu, 'the through list Included 1fi
recoiid class nnd MS steerage, pas
sengers. ' II. .1. (Irasett, formor I'lirscr In llio
Nl pnu Minn lias linen transferred to
.the America Jtliun for ono round trip.
Ilo lakes llio place vacated by Krnnk
II, Cavuily who has ieen nsilgnnd lo
Ihe purser's ollleo In the new Shlnyo
Main soon lo leave Japan on her
maiden vujage across tho i'aclllc.
(Iraselt chlms that tho smaller .l.i
niiesp hoatrf uio plenty giid enaiigli
mill life on ono of them Is chir.icter
l.ed ns ono loag sweet ilrenni of h,nt
plness. (IniM'tt gcM luck lo llio Nip
pon on his leluru to Ihe Orient. The
thimmli pavsengers Incluled: ICgliort
II. llegcinann Is a Holland glnbu-t rol
ler and Miss (lerlrudo I'ngclliragl Is
also finiy the Low Country, making
n trip nioiind tho globe, .lohafin Wll
Iclin Sliinclt Is a Herman stamp col
lector who Is slid lo have with him
a rollecllon valued nt U'o.nou marks.
Althiir Vnppcreau tn.a Parisian also
making a world lour, llellaro Irhlne
inlyu Is connected with tho Yoknhaini
Bpeclo Hank nud Is. on his way lo
NEED NOT WORRY
A Japnueso named Hnmnmnto was
arrested yesterday and clnrged wllli
gross cheat. Ills graf stunt consist
ed of agreeing to furnish enlarge
men's of photos for n consideration,
According to reports tho enl irgeinents
never came, '
Itegardlng llio rupoit that the in
tlnnjil guard company ut Illlo will dlx
haud If tho Territory uioton the. arm-,
my from Its present silo. Col. Junes,
ndjiilnnt-geueral of tho guml mbl
this moiulng that ho doen not iiullri
pate an) thing serlurlt will imiuj nf
tln illti:itlrnrll(iii ol (ho IIIKi guar.lu
men. "I talked the matter over "with tho
governor, and he asured inu th.it tho '
iinlloual guard wilt bo taken rule of"
Mild Col. Jones. "The nrmnry' will.'
not hi inuvPil imlll ipiartors hive been
provided, . There Is no- Inuncdlato
prnse?t of n changp now."
t'ol. Jones does not take llm nnt
ter very- lerlnusly, bollpvlng that llm
tittltudo of llio mlllllameu may havo
Pnr Mill." ir,U 1 nnllelln
i I I ! I . CI
MONDAY and TUESDAY
Will be the Last Two Bays of Sachs' Great Annual Sale. The opportunities are just as good now as on the
first day of our sale. Every article in our large store marked down. Clearance Specials for the remaining two days :
Large Lot of Flaxon
In new Summer Patterns, at 15o per yard.
'Fancy White Madras, Dotted Mull,
and Swiss Muslms
Ueual price, 40c.) SALE, 2So YARD.
30-inch Colored Batiste
Large variety of patterns. 10o yarJ.
White Tailored Waists
. Site 40, 42, 44. Were $1,75, $2, $2.25. SALE, ft EACH..
. Enormous Stock of Brown Linens
At Special Prices
PONGEE LINENS at 1.5c, 35c, 50e, D5c per yard.'
DROWN DRES8 LINENS nt 25c, 27jC, 30o and 40c.
English Long Cloth .' ..
Fine sheer quality, 12 yards in a plscc. ' ' '
IV2.25 per piece, now , $1.75
2.75 " ' , ".....,' ,'.V 2.25 "
3.E0 " " " , ......i....-.','Z75
Fine White Nainsook
, .'...'..f.'r.t.'frt3.oo fug
$2.25 per piece of 12 yards; als $1.75
2.S0 " " 12 " " , 2-00
2.75 " 12 " " .. , , 2.25
CAMniUC EMBROIDERY Nine Inches, wide. Special value, G yards $1
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co,
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