Newspaper Page Text
I 0 EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, OCT. 28, 1911. '
EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, OCT. 28, 1911.
S5.00 TO $15.00
Great Hosiery Showing for Week
Beginning Monday, October 30th
$1.25 TO $3.50.
Many of our Customers ask how is it our prices for Hosiery are so much below the average. The an
swer is very simple. We buy in case lots from the Makers direct and mark at a very small advance relying
on larcje sales, for our profit. The stock this week is complete WITH SPECIALLY GOOD VALUES IN SILK LISLE
AND COTTON HOSIERY.
i u.mhIi t-i nl :: n.r II (in line. IH.irk
. i v l.i III
I i mI. Wlill. I 'Ink anil lllui'. ill . $ .GS
,. . i li i Vr ltcit Villi!!-." at
'I ll- I !1N 1 fill HO! ll! llC.lt.'tl. Comes
in lll.n k. Ulilti. Tan, Iti-tl, Pink. Illm .
'f i'Ii.iiiii:ikiii.. .'
Mil. tin-"'. nifiliil. nil riiliirH ?1.!0
I'i il.rnldend Milk Ili.-i., hi lllnck,
Willi.- mill Color, at 2.CO
I mi. i Ib.i.v Silk li.. I.iy. at 2.00
li.inn !ik i;jj II..M-. lll.uk
" ' ' .... ?1.00 to $3.5U
Lisle and Cotton
I'.l ,. I I. ii T iii mill I.ikIiI I'iiI-
I'. li ' ijn.ilil. . I in. iillnn
S... I .1 .. i V vt U'i. k Illu. k Col
1..11 II.. .. .ill !... 2 pairs fur 20e
.-'Ilk I.I i. 1 1. ilr.nl .il at...
. .35c. :0c. 60c, 05c, 70c
I llirli i '"I'.r In n sup. rlnr Mm. of
liii...ii..l lli.-l.ry: hIi.hIi"! nf nenr
I . . r . ..I.r In il. I I :..-. I'lnks.
Illu.. ol. I floldi. ami 'li..nii:lKti',
y iii. YVIxtaila. H.il". l'ur
lil. .1. Sin.l.il value S0c
. i Mi. il, in. I. hi.. U.K.'. lllnck
.., .. . ..,,! i'i v7 .. 65c
IN THE FOLLOWINO LINES!
Tun. III. ill,'. Whit... i; I quality, fur
Hindi Silk. ontslz.s, nl . .OUc, $1.00, $1.95
Silk I.I l. oiilsdzes 40c, 60c, 65c
FOR NEXT WEEK
I Hack or Tniii I'lno, Mi'illum or
ll.uw llllilit'il, k. hilly maiki'il
at 2 for 10c, 20c, 25c, 35c
WE HAVE THE BEST CORSETS THE CELEBRATED
" MADAME IRENE"
This Corset has a world wide reputation. II speaks vol
umes for the Corset when it has been sold all over the world
without any boosting. The Madame Irene parlors of Fifth
Avenue. New York, are doimj a marvelous business. These
Corsets are never advertised by the makers. They arc sold
today in all the fashionable centers of the Globe. We sell
them here, in Honolulu, at the same price Maris mo Irene
charges in New York, viz: $5.00. $7.50, $10.00. $12.50.
$15.00. We fit and alter those Corsets at no extra cost.
Special Sale of Embroideries
On WEDNESDAY MORNING we will give the Ladies another chance to
Gave money on Embroideries. We have n new lot, quite as good value ns
the September ottering. See our window. Don't be late. Many customers
wrc corry last time they did not come earlier.
$1.00 TO 54.00.
THIS STORE FOR VALUES
KAIHIIN IL R.
' W . ii.. r. .i.lj to linil.l Hi. ro.nl at
Kniiiiiil.i i Hi. It.ipl'l Transit will
in.iint.ilii il anil tilling ale proceeding
nli.l.v In nil- illu i-tlmi." hiiI, I t'harl.M
A Si niton ..r the Kitliunki lunl Com
Min ..sli.nla. discussing Hit trans
portation piohlcm that ho In uttempt-
liK In solve with good prospects)
Tin1 scin.itlnn )il ill)' present iIipiii- cause lliui lias deprived her )if Yimlli.
ileal season In Now York Is tin' Into' nliil finally milling Truth ngnln, who
Wall). i- llrnwiio'H Humility piny. "Kv- loads Iiit back (n her deserted 11111110,
eryunman" iTlio Pilgrimage In Qucnl whore l.nvo U f 1 1 1 1 d anil .Modesty li
of Love) with .Inno Oakos, M.itlo permit led In ro-onler." All of those
Wnlnwrlght mill I'li'ili'iiik Wiirilo In scenes show iiiniiy characters, the
tho leading roles. "In tho opening, principal nf whom arc Nolioily, Vimtli,
scene i:orywiiiiuu Ik awakened by , lli'iiuly ami Modesty, Truth, nailery
llii' dawn In Iiit Ihiiid' ami onlcis up-1 ami Wealth, and lIvcrywotnnn'H liaiul-
(111 lior quest fur low ami happiness, maid, Cnnscloiur
unmindful nf truth and heeding Flat- Tlu play Ik Mild
li'ry.'wlm lends Iht upon 1I10 Kiimi. of mural nppoal and
llfo wlii'io MuiIi'My Ik uphlloil awiy; . H-smiii In manklml.
'Hi.... .1.1. l.i llu. iiM....ii.t..ll...k i.r i... .Hi- P.'oP l.tii...... W I 'It'iilwlclr llm Itiw
.... ....... 1 .... .. ...- t .. ......n. " .. '.
Hull wan fllP'l HiIk niornliiK liy Mr.
ICilvvaril I'lulii'li)) iimiliut tin' I. Ind
iana lli'iidll Snolcty fur $1."imi nlloi:
i'i tu bo dm' her :ih a bonolll from
the ruciity on tlio ilcntli nf her litis
iiaml In October nf liiKt your. .1. XI.
I-to make 11 moat Caiimra Ik her attorney In fuel.
leachi'K a beautiful TU'iily-llo yearn nun Kdwaid I'l"-
lieno uiKKi'd IHh will) Kiiiiniiyv, 111 11111
cliiil, .Madeira, and lcit for II111111I11I11
"Kahmikl ineilH thin road ami wo , , ,, ,.., '. ., ,, ', ,,.. .H,. ,.. ...-iv In kk faint' ami full line. Hit htiilek
llllllllt'll 111! Illl II ll Pllll ( III llllll I I III I lllll l llltll 11 l llilil It 111(1 II I t II l . m ..-.. . ,
lire uIIIIiik lo k ahead and build II. 81(, , ,),.,.,.,( ,.,i i,j- v,.ai be.,iiiKi' mimical iiimibeiK for Iho play, which a J"l heie and III ISSS, Joined the I.11-
liut, of ioure. can nut undertake to !t,mllv ),,, flllr,j inVay; then Into the are rendered by 11 symphony inches- Hltaiia hoclely and up to tliu time ol
nialnliiln, nor ilo I think . will lmv , Klimiir ()r the (I rent White Way of the tin. AlloKi'llier this Ik the llnoKt pin- his death continued aR a fully paid
!"" iliit'tlopnliK on New Year's eve, where' ducUiin ever put on the kIiiko by up member. Ah years went by ho
.r. Stnnlim hit been kept miusually she Is aKiiIu Hpurned by Wi'iillh lie-' Henry V Savai?)'. bi'san to Iiiiik for IiIk wile and sent
(Continued from r'fqt 11
point, ninny objections to tlio wharf
plans ns proposed and to Ilia nRreP
iiient, and hud Just liemin to answer
oiiostlnns when ailjoiirninent was tak
en. Mr. Thurston declared Hint tliero
hail boon no secrecy In ronuerllou
with tlio wharf plans and that they
had been submitted to n law num
ber of steamship captains nnd Hi it
Irep across had been available to the
public nt all limes,
HpenkhiK on the preference rli;liti
clmiie In the contract, ho c intended
that the word "preference rights"
means little. "The only lenson why
Iho Amerlcan-llnwnllnu Hteamshlp
f!oiiipmiy Is trJ he rIvcii a preference
rlpht Is because It Is Iho only com
pany that manifesto, a ilealro to use
Ihls wharf," he said. "There was
never any Uioucht of dlsvrlmlnatln;;
UKnliml Hie Matson NavlKatlon com
pany." Contends for Preference.
lie contended emphatically that ns
the railroad Is required to build Its
tracks to tho wharf It Is entitled to
a preference rlnlit thereon, "The
railroad," be said, Vis more Justly en
titled to a preference rlnlit than the
Cecil Drown nt this point asked
him: "Isn't the question of a prefer
ence rlRht up to the people who are
pultlni; up the money?"
"I'ndoiibtedly," said Mr. Thurston.
"It Is up to the ('onilnlsslou. They
do not have lo i;lvn It to ns."
President Klllott or the llllo Hoard
of Trade wanted to know If the pref
erence rlKht, under the contract terms,
inlKht not ho made an exclusive rlKht.
Mr. Thurston answered that under
some clreiimstaiices It inl(?ht become
so, hut thought It unlikely.
Senator Ilrown raised the question
of the constitutionality of the com
mission's ratifying Hie proposed
aKt'ccincnt. Mr. Thurston said he had
not thought about this phase of the
"This contract," declared Senator
Ilrown, "Ik an out-nml -out lease, the
people's own money lo ho used for
the benellt of the llllo railroad."
T. II. I'etrle, rcprcKCiitlni; tho Mat
son Navigation Company, said:
"The meat of all this discussion
centers on the Interpretation of the
Act. I submit that It certainly was
not the Intention of the legislature to
legislate for the use and occupancy
ol th wharf as Is done In this pro
.lust us the questions were hegln
uln;, 'o ennio at Mr. Thurston from
all sides, n ljoiirnment was taken on
(). Smith's suggestion.
One Interesting feature' of the meet
lug mine at the outset, when Mr.
Thurston read extracts from Inter
views with Col. .McCarthy, In which
the Commissioner declared his oppo
sition to I'm) agreement as proposed.
Mr. Thurston called Into question the
accuracy of the Interview pnlillslieil
In the H 1 1 1 e 1 1 n yesterday, and
asked Col. McCarthy If ho were cor
Col. McCailhy did not hesllate a
second. "I am!" he declared.
The evcr-lncrenslng demtind for all
grades of piper mnket It InipTnllve
that new materials should be em
ployed In the nuuulactiiio of various
grades of pulp.
Many of the sources of ninlorlnls
nrc rapidly declining, and If It weio
not for the fact that new materials
have boon discovered there tnlgM
have been a paper limine before this
Straw mid wood pulp hnvo lcen
two wonderful discoveries In their
day, nnd paper Iiiih been cheap on ac
count of the great quantity of taw
matcilnl at hand; hut now certain
forests are disappearing so rapidly,
ami the use uf straw pulp has been
so limited, owing to the Inability to
produce liner grades from it, tint n
paper famine Is a certainty iiiiIcsh
new forms of raw product are dis
covered In such quantities ns to sup
ply the enormous trade of the world.
Paper U entering so ninny new fields
that It looks as If there would be a
still gtcatcr demand for many more
of the coarser grades.
I'or a number of years exjierls have
declared they would pioduee a pulp
from yellow pine thai would he a
great addition to the Increasing do
maud for a line paper, ami after
much expense nnd great labor a pro
duct that Is said to be unusually
good has been made fioiii the south
ern yellow pine.
Use for Lumber Refute.
In the vnst yellow pine district
i.boul Orange. Texas, the lumber I
ilustiy Is very large, and here gre'it
paper pulp mills hao been erected
whore the raw inateiini, such ns
stumps, slabs, limbs, twigs nml even
sawdust are being used.
Other pulp mills will be located;
soon In the extensive pine forest sec
Por eating, drinking and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
A . f.
KntMrivil U. rS, Pjtriit Olllrn
Hrcakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
Baker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb. cakes
German's Sweet Chocolate,
. 1-1 lb. cakes
For Sale by Lending Groceri In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DOKCHBSTEK, MASS., U. S. A.
S3 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Recorded October 17, 1911.
V Aibl, lr, to Ifrtlicr V Kaebuo
knwal, I); 1-2 hit in lots III nml VJ,
1.11; 1A, Kapahulu, Honolulu, O.ihu;
tiiiu 11 ::.'.:', p :tri. Oct in, lull.
I, Al ll.irUliaui.il mid uf to (' Wol
ters. Il; lot :'-, blk J, Kaluaolohe tract,
lions throughout the southern states, I Honolulu. Onhu; $lf.. II SM, p :ir.2.
and all the waste mini the l111nhprjH1.pt 2ii, It'll.
camps will be used In the lnanufae-j I'atherlne Scully nnd hsh by ntly to
me of this new grade or paper. Henry Waterhouse Trust f Ltd. tr.
Some expoits are experimenting; pe land. I.tiualllo HI, Honolulu,
with corn fodder: others with tlio' o.ilm; initio. 11 317. p -ISO. H.pt Hi,
vest cacti growths In the soutliwcK- inn.
tern states, and still others are hiqe- Victoria S lluffiimleau ami hsli (ID
'ill or rinding a method of utilizing . n,.liry vteibou.' Tract Co Ltd.
heavy swamp grass ami the lniinensa,ri M. ,-,,;,; Kl, rt .,,, ai,.xhiii1it ii'.d
tropical growths In the Central ml J it.-rotnfn Sts. Honolulu. Oahu: lf.on.
Pouth American countries. I I 34; ,, SL- ,.t - 1!,u
Vast quantities or pulp materials i.,.,,'.r silva and wf'to IMrst Hunk 01
aie In the Pacific Islands and It U nil.. Ltd. M; I. IN r.l.M. w,2 and por
thought tho cimplclloii of tho I'.ml ,.,. suit, H llllo. Hawaii; lloo. 11317.
inn. 1 caiuu win see a new era ill 1110 ., if,.. ,).. II lull
S Vnmamura to Honolulu Ironworks
I'o. A I.; pc land, llllo, Hawaii; $1000
II :.:i. i 2.11. Oct 1;. Hill.
Honolulu Iron Works i'o to H Ya
inamiiru, I.; pc laud, llllo, Hawnll;
manufacture of paper or many kinds.
OPIUM CASE CONTINUED:
JAPANESE IS SENTENCED
Norman H. Smith was again beroro,,V""") ".' "'" ",' "" l"'r '"" " :,S:i- "
11... v.inri l.i- 1.... : -82. Oct 1, 1911.
..... . V..V,.., v.. ...I. ...in .....I iiiii, ...I.
the enso was continued until Saturday
.N'oa (k) to Nahiilnn Apa (w). I':
n-10a of It J (gr) 2030, Kohnnalkl, N
l.c . II. .. . ... ... .. .
1 Smith asked some time ago for a ,x"""' ""'i " . I - 'i
1 1, 1 1 .
(Inoinen Hugnr Co to K N I'alo
hill or particulars and this will not
lie ready until next week. lie should
then come up ror plea and further
disposition of tho case.
Muranaka, tlio .lapaiieso who w.is
caught running an Illicit still on Kan-
1-3 hit In gr 3331, Malum. I'lina. Ha
waii; 22S.3n. 11 317, p 177. Oct 11,
Day Id Kalanl to llononm Sugar Co.
busy lat.'ly hnmlliug Kalmukl realty
The lots continue to keep up their re
markable record for quick sales. More
oxer, the Improvements going forward
nre. be ilmls. Kclf-ndvutlslng He says
the water supply Is ample and that
the piinipH are doing line work
l)eusshig real estate iiiattitrH In gen
iral. Mr. Stanton sny that lie looks for
11 brisk winter of I.iimIiicmk 'Wlunv
tnut'MH are I'omtng in here, lotH of
them wllh money to Invest If they like
the Islands us a vacation h.oI." he
nnlil. "Tlies.. people mint tit have
homes near Honolulu Suburban prop
erly suits them likely I feel eoulldent
Hint this winter will see more resl
il' ticii Investments by people making
tlu'lr II in I or second trips here than
"Hun l'rnnclseo Is IIII..1 with people
who could be Induced without nnv
trouble lo put their money In Hawaiian
lUM'stments. The near opening of the
canal has stimulated Interest In the
Our lliouyltts turn to the coci.il side of life. Tliero are lunch
cons, teas, receptions, etc., and the long evenings suggest card
playing and other cocial games.
You need an extra table or two?
The Burrowes Folding Table
fills the requirements perfectly . We have them in mahogany
finish, in cithor nreen felt or green leatherette cover. Price $4. DO.
ITALY'S AND TURKEY'S ARMIES.
The Italian anus numbers nl.oiit
290,0110 men 011 il jienee footing nml it
Ih estimated that 11 total of 2.000.000
men are nvnilalde for service In war
Italy has 11 navy or 1G0 ship, of which
over forty are battleships and cruisers.
There ale 30,000 men In the navv The
Turkish iirmy has .'I7S.A00 men ordinar
ily nnd can be Increased to doo.ooo for
making war. Christians, who form a
large proportion of the Turkish em
pire's iiiipulatloii, have not 1 n
louod lo servo as Milliters. The
Ish navy Iiiih sixty ships and
men. There lire III tho Meet 11
Perhaps you do not care to purchase outright.
Then we of-
Burrowes Renting Crates
containing 3 tablos and 12 chairs, finished in mahogany and
green leatherette cover, Inrmoniuus sotting and just tho things
for card parties, and tho price is very nominal, J1.0D a crate at
your reliable furnishers
1'i'onu I arllon on Iho part of tlio
board of health will, It is hoped,
slump tut tho outbreak of illphtheila
that h.-.s been located at tho Kaaawa
school, in the Koolauloa district on
this Island, Yestcidny afternoon In
spector Chin luck made a hurried tilp
down 'hcio and quiirantlnod the pa
tient ami contacts ns far as lie wits'
able. Tills morning he U'I t for an
other visit and will give each of the
chlldiMi a throat sw;ilihiug with anti
toxin Theio nre about eighty or ninety
tiilldien at the school mid II Is feared
that others may have caught the In
fection. ,As rooii as lie heard or It
yesterday Clinilock climbed Into tho
liKird or health automobile and went.
says Unit she wants tho money, and over. He did what ho could and then'
the coin I Is lo he asked to decide as hurried hack. Last nlglit ho was up1
I lor her to como over. Times weio
lather hard at this end or else lie
was neglectful for ho never sent tlio
necessary coin along for her trans
portation, She never camo ami then In Octo
ber of last ear he died In tho arms
of someone who was not a relation to
him, 1'iikiiowii lo him at the timo
Ihero was a sister living heie and
working at the Wnlpahu plantation.
.). Durao Is tho map who was with
him when he died and l'lulieliolol't
the $ I. Mm death benefit that was coin
lug lo him fioiu tho society tu thin
Now Mrs. I'lnhelro comes along apd
nl. came up this morning ami was"': '' ",r """ over pe lanu. lu.m.a,
sentenced to sIn mouths Imprison-' "n' """"til; '" " " P-'- "
,,,,. 3.-.3. ,. 251. Oct 9. 1911.
Nothing was done wllh the Knrratl! "llK"1" 'l'"'l ''" " W II Shlpn.au.
Inno tellglous bunch except that their '': 21s:;" ,'""1' ""'-'''"'. "" "-
case was continued over until n later,"'""5 ,5!"" ,:""'' Honohlnn. H llllo. lla.
date Unit has not vet been fixed. wnlli 1,lll;1'1' I"' f'"'n Jim 1. 1912. to
, , J Jan 1, 1931, at J2S0 per yr; Honohlna pe
Seven gallons of gum opium were f,"m J"n ' w-- '" Jmu' ' ,!':',
round when Chicago federal agents , no '"'r 'r' .'. p 25fi. Oct 3. 1911.
raided a Chinese laundry at Terro Kalawalanul and wf to Hannah Kan
Ilnute. The owners of tho lnundry.'hnniil. I); 1-3 hit in it 1 (gr) 3007, Un
suspected or operating an opium "do- Inahi, Molokal; $10. 11 3r2, p 3.10. Sept
pot," were arrested. 2, 1911.
to who shall get it. The point is ox-
peelcil lo tin 11 mi tho lact as lo who-
nnlil a late hour preparing what iiutl-l
loxli. thero was was available and
liter the chatter or tho society can 'sent a wireless lo Hawaii lo liavo llu1,
bo affected by subsequent by-laws.i hulk fioni there, that was sent ariose
The oiiglmil charter states that thoiit the timo of the outbreak 011 the
money should go to some member of . Illg Island, forwarded. Tills Is ex
Ills family. A by-law passed In inn1) peeled to got hero tomorrow morning
states, however, that In the event of .Hid lie will go down again .Monday
jtlieie being nono or the members of
1 the family In the land when the iiieiu
' her dies Unit hu may leave tho mo
ney to whoever looks after him at tho
I time of Ids last Illness,
and fumigate the whole of tlio school
Nr, fuithor cases have so far boon;
reported today and ho hopes that by.
taking llieso precautions thai tboy
Durao Is claiming thin under llioj may be able to keep It down to two or
I by-law and the wife is claiming tlint i tliioo instead of having It spreading
as Ids nearest relallvo shu Is entitled
' lo tlio money. .Meanwhile, the m
; cletj is silting back and refusing to
i pay anyone.
and three minimi
-BULLETIN ADS PAV
1 f'iy) s
ai-1 mf sf " m sZS JP W M S
Turk-; Pf JSnW d& iGfa?. C9 W S,
10,111111' SMm Igf St m avSlMM r mi IS B
dozen rS ' 4Jv K jf jgiSt .CF J3m W W. il'la
' The (lei man loyal feudal curia has
certified Charles Maurice .lasiiu How-
! 1 rd. the 2 year old son of Prince
Hello do Sag in (whose
1 Mni'i (build), nH the Dul
GIVES LIFE TO SAVE A KITTEN.
KANSAS CITY. Mo. To save a lean,
scrnggly stray kitten from death under
the w" eels of a locomotive, I J. Super,
a liagcigeinau employed by the Knnxns
wife win City Terminal Coinp-my, dashed In 1
of Sagau front of an Atchison, Topeka . Santa'
PUMPS $3.50 PUMPS
Patent, Gun Metal Calf, Kid
All New Lasts Short Vamps Round Toes
These are some of the very newest styles direct
from New York, and we are selling them at New
York prices too.
See our window for new styles
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 Fort St.
Open Saturdry Evenings
1 end heir In Iho Prussian title, tun" I e train In this city lie waa knocked
I appointed the vlco-master
1 monies, count von Kanltz, Ids uuai
dlan, jwus killed
of ceto-1 twenty feet li 1,111 tin, Hack ami when
Ills anal- picked up was dead. The kitten ulu
TA1 LOY COMPANY
MANUrACTUHEriS OF CHINES?. JADE JCWCLRY-COLD AdD
t'OUNHU NUUANU AND HOTHL - . PIION13 3562