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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H TUESDAY, APR. 2, 1912.
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iiiiiiuuu, mini miuiuu uuut ulnUHnHI OIUIVIHu
Always Has the Best
Hot "I" to
On Good Friday,
Saturday and Sunday Morning
Leave Your Orders Early
1129 Fort St.
OF L CHOI FROM STEAMER
I'rom 2 to 3 o'clock this aflernoonliouses with wlitcli tin- late ('hong
the body of tlio late U Chong of 1'a hml tnulc connections was In line and
lmla. Kan, llnwnll, which arrived illicit Is expected that this nrternoon itianv
mornlnB In the Klnnn, In lying In Btntehumtroda of business men. Including
In the undertaking parlors of II. II white ami Japanese menhatils, will
Williams on I'ort street, where mi pay honor to the ileail.
liierniis friends are paying their Inst There will be no special service
respects to the departed. held until nfter the return from China
Shortly after the arrlvnl of the llneror I.ee Let, toother of CIioiir. who en
Klnau this morning, the llawnl. alibied jesterday that ho would stait
Hand under the leadership of Captninsnon. It Is expected that he will ar
Henri Merger, heading n procession.! Ie tho latter part of next month
plnved funeral marches from wharf toThat the body or tho late Chong will
undertaking parlors. The cnfllii wasbe sent to China for burial was the
borne Into the parlqys from the hearsestatimicnt gen out this morning The
with an escort of friends. A largcmntter will be settled dellnllel nfier
Representation of the Chinese buslnossthe return of Lee it.
BRIGHAM TO GO
ON MUSEUM TOUR
t x GALLS HMIIAif
I liur prostrate on the floor with
lih nut down. Kunpitii llukll, lliiwnl
l.iii igid ,J.' ji.irs, was found dead on
tl I. mill of bis house at I'miesi early
In- immilng Diputy HlierlfC ltnse.
i wjiM htfoinu'd of the sudden death
i tin mitli e. stilted tills morning be
in. lie went to the government
Inn it. ulitre an autopsy was held,
li.at tin ilniuscil limy liuve died from
iistlimn, from wlilvb lie hud sulTered
for ninny Jenrs
llokll was ii laborer and a well
known pftlillcluu lie bud expected 19
tnke pnrt In the coining ouinpiilgn, his
nliltlnii being to work for Delegate
It Director V T Ilrlgluim of tho
tt Ulshop Museum has been Kraut- St
it ed an extended leavo of nbsenco it
Jt by tho board of trustees of the tt
:: museum nnd will lenve on April
It 10 for a notable world-tour ilur- 11
it lug which ho will visit many fa- H
St mous museums, picking up late St
SS Ideas nnd developments In his it
IN SAD PLIGHT
II ii 1 1 e 1 1 n Want Ads will Had It
Honolulu foil.. Including scw-nil
members of the well-kuiiiMi llreKK
fuinll.1. iinioiiK whom ore Messrs Will
nnd Jniiies tlrt-gg, nlsii a wife or one
of the former local resident", nml
twenty or more hitinrtrs, ore hellcicd
lo be left In a (errllile nnd dlstrcsi
Ing pIlKht on coriil-bnrred Washlng
toll Island, the Ki.ml.lmrrxn nt.ill In
neiu. Mr. iiriguamrwelll on such SI the South Hens, some thousand mil.
St n tour sixteen years ago. He will SS distant from the Hawaiian Kroup
M llrst visit the mainland, then IJii- SS That assistance for t nnrooneil
rope, and will-return to Haw-all M,,.p,. is at bund l assured with the
tt by way of Australia. Ho will ho SS ,o for urrlinl of the Cunuillun-Aus.
SS absent at least selen months. SS trnllnn liner Mnkurn, which, with pro.
ti tt tt tt tt tt SS tt tt tt tt tt H SS tt tt SS visions and stores, as well ,:, boats
History that has lain lor years nn-'f"' "711';' "f '','," m"r'"',m- MM
disturbed had tho cobwebs brushed "' " '"""" '" ""' ""1" l."",n"-
V'"." i" mi. in,- ii ru,,, in ii IIHIIIIIKUin
,off It In tho Circuit Court this morn
lug when Judge Hublnson listened to
tho first of the evidence In connection
with the row between Albert and Hub
ert Horner In connection with the sale
of Bomo slock of tho Kukalau plantation
YEE CHAN & CO. Corner King and Bethel Streets
Guaranteed " Square Peal" Hosiery, for Men Only
Regular price, $1.50 per" box of six pairs ; to close out at
$1.15 per box, and each box guaranteed for six months.
This the head liner of our Great Money-Needed Sale to start on
SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1912
And will continue for TWO WEEKS ONLY
Wc waul to lie frank with our many pat- low priced necessities wc strongly adiise you
rons and wc tell you we arc in need of ready one and all to take advantage of our unplcas-
moncy, and by looking over these ridiculously ant position.
THIS IS OUR LOSS AND YOUR GAIN
PLAIN and FANCY GINGHAMS,
tegular piice 10c per yd., lo raise money wc
offer them 15 yds. for $1.00.
FARWELL WHITE COTTON, regu
lar price 12 I -2c per yd., to close our, 12 yds.
HEAVY FLANNELETTES, regular
price 12 I -2c per yd., your choice while ihey
lal, 9c per yd.
Big Cut in
Ladies' Shirt Waists
Regular price $1.25, cul to 75c.
Regular price $1.50 and $1.75, cut lo
Regular price $2.00, cul to $1.25.
To show how hadly we are in
money we cut the prices in half.
Regular price 10c per yd., cut lo
Regular price 20c per yd., cut lo 10c per
Regular 25c per yd., cut lo 12 1 -2c per
Here we offer our
al the most ridiculous prices ever olfcred to ihe
public in order to raise money,
A large assortment of WACHUSETT
BRAND of SHIRTS for men only. Regu
lar price $1.25, cut to 50c ea.
MEN'S UNDERWEAR, regular price
50c ca.i lo raue money we offer the lot at 35c
ea. or 3 for $1.00.
Men's Guaranteed Square Deal I'osc.
Regular pruc $1.50 per box of six pairs;
to close out at $1.15 per box.
Regular price of $2.00 per box of six pairs;
lo close out al $1 50 per box.
Regular 20c h j to close at 75c per box
of six pairs.
Regular 15c hose lo close out at 50c per
box of six pairs.
A big lot of
Men's, Ladies' and
lo be closed out regardless of cost.
A special lot of men's shoes, regular price
$3.50 and $4.00 per pair, slashed to $2.50.
A special big lot of ladies' shoes, regular
price $2.00 and $2.50, slashed to $1.00 per
A special big lot of children's shoes, regu
lar price $1.50 and $2.00 pair, to close out
at 50c pair.
To satisfy our creditors it becomes necessary to raise some real money,
pelled to make this big sacrifice, which Is your gain.
First Come First Served
We are therefore com-
YEE CHAN CO.,
CORNER. KING AND BETHEL STREETS
The Mnktiru hut been nix dui at
sen nml . Iimilil reaeli Washington N- !
lanil liy the Inst of thin week
Htori'H placed on lioaril the Aluerl- '
enn Imrk S N CnHtle. i,w .IO n !
ilfxtrenH, while the ulnilj.iinnier lay o(T I
I'iiiiiiIiik IbIiiihI, never reaelieit the al
most iltwlltute little colony on WukIi- '
liiKtun Island, for the reuxiui Unit the
imllliu! vixHel met with temiientuoui
wen anil Kalex which ireenteil any
IKisHllilllty or lamlliiK hlpmentn of
canned k.mmIh, prexerxed nieatK. tinned
milk, Hour, toluieco nnd Mindrlex
Thin Blood Hulls Digestion More
Effectually Than u Majority
of People Think.
In the human Iwily, ulion the blnoil
becomes thin ami Impinc, the iliUeici.t
oriratiH fail to lo their work iirocrl).
One of the llift to fail tho ttoiumii
sml rik'lit licio In'Mt Millcrcrs from tin
pure LIckhI make a prions initiate.
They imagine lioeaiiec their digei-tiiu
is oor, that coinetliliu; is wrong with
tho Ptomacli itwll. A reduction in tho
amount of nourishment tuken often
makes mattera worn.
Tho truth ill Mich carci Is that tli3
otoiuach H failing lo ilo iW orl. we.l
lieeailwi it is not rcirhlnu a eutlicicut
supply of pure, reil blood.
Such a Hiitlcicr should takeathoroiwli
treatment for the blood with Dr. Wil
liams' l'lnk I'illd for 1'alo J'eoplc. Tluro
pills actually luaku new-, nil blood and
dvo ntreugth und tone to tho entlro
Mrs. Walter K. Kuelil, of No. 1S27
Virginia street, Berkeley, t'al., sajs:
"I euffereil for nineteen scam with In
iliKtHtion and Ktomaeli truublc. At ouo
time I u bo 111 that I did not care to
live. I hail nil appetite but could nut
cat on account of the unite puin It puo
me, I hail dull heavy pains in my
ptoinach an,il chest, food lefuw-d to go
down anil thero seemed to lie u load on
my stomach. At times there were sharp
pains in my head liko u jumping tooth
ache. I liul ono bail attack when 1 win
In lxl for threo mouths. Ik fore Uik
iiiK' Dr. WilliamV Pink 1'ills for l'ulo
l'eople I was a ineni skeleton. Doctors
Ravuiueui. I lould not keep their
iiiodiduo on my stomach. I was starv
ing to death and had no lioo of vetting
well. The pills (:ao mo ulmost Imino
(liute relief and I hue been in good
licnlth sinco taking them. I weigh 175
pounds. I am willing ami pleased to
recommend Dr. Williams' 1'ink I'illsfor
1'alo I'eoile to any sulleier und feci
that I cannot prai-o the pills enough."
Tho tonic treatment with Dr. Wil
liams' l'ink Pills by building up tho
blood ho that it can nourish andstrvngth
cu tho weakened (ligcMie system has
inane iiunuivus ot cures in tho most
Bcvero stomach disorders. This record
of cures should merit a trial for the
.Wo will send frco upon request our
diet booklet, "What toEat and How to
Eat." Writo today.
Dr. Williams' l'ink Pills are sold by
all druggists, or sent, postpaid, Uon
I receipt of price, CO cento iicr liox : six
I boxes, K'.oO, by the Dr. Wiliiauia
t ModiduoCo., Schenectady, N, Y.
ON TWO COUNTS
(Continued from Pane 1)
Tho congestion of freight at the
rnllwny wharveH was partially rellev-
Jed todav with tho return to service of
I about onc-hnlf tho usual number of
, D,.,, , . .... .. . uiun, iiui'KH ami inner lUllveyuucH.
n,i T , ' r m l V., V, y,U,, """ A" i"Uirlnnl tonfeleiice Is lo he hell
" '7;tvh"f,,,l,,-flh')l,-'',,-1nown;tlil8 afternoon at whirl, the affected
r' ii? Vi ?. "l.,1,or,,;rH, NU'ro dl'Ii1"'1 '" drayliiB companleH, the railway wharf
r llment by the elul. secretaries on mnnngement nml the harbor Interests
ri-K . '" apl'llratlon'of the port will participate.- It Is pr
cards were not In proper form. ,,.,,.,, ,, , ,K ; ,.,, 'Hat.
,,,1 . i V '" a,",'1 "" " ,ocl1' iHfacmry seltlement of the mailer
ih? y, . nrrnl,K,,,,n' "' l'o which has resulted In a more or less
11h '.f" .1.,"n,,,''r 'if. f?.c-t' ,',' l8 general lliMip of transporlnilon fnelll
lie cads mihniitted by McCandless ,PHt will he n-nched.
meii. who were enrolled without ohjee- Denihriage ami wharr charges are
v i .i ""'""-Ictly In conform- attributed as causes Tor the halt in llu,
y.u r Vi 7, 0,IelaH,;on,1"-''""'"iemoxnl of freight from the railway
Miles of the Democratic party. ,lllrf yeH.,,lliy nf.riloo.
e."ri -.,.,'m, !?' r.Ve,rnl ,'"""a",ll Wl"' tlle n-loptlon of a regulation
Z., ' r . " ",C '""J1 ,hBt ,",H,I,' ' p"" lllirl""- Coni.nlssioneis
been used for the past four years.',,, ,lu v.lTect that deniunage or stor-
7v!,C ",.nn i '","rru"''"'t, f ago charges are assessed Importers of
Ope rullngH and text to tho sample In, .,rinn.lls which Is left on the
lit ,'"', , , r! eB;.,M.iCa,"noH' ,,ai1 UHl"irf after a slated period, an miprec
cards printed with the space for the edented demand was made upon two
hecretiirys slBnaturo across tho eudj,)f 1L. principal draylug imicerns at
"',m ', '! I1"1,?,' nCros,, l," ln''-itli Pt for Hi" removal or merchui..
Tills slight technicality was seized ou'dM,
by MeC'an.lless men who had charge T(', ,)Cltcr f()rm nn nde,uato Idea of
of c nb registrations In somo of tho tho congestion which prevailed along
preclnc s, lo refuso those who had,iho waterfront cslerdny afternoon It
McCarthys form of card udmlssloii. H stated that at one time Oilrty-tliree
I huve no estimate as to Just bow wagons nml trucks were (ounlul
many otcrs wero icfuscd eluh en- g tjueen street extending fioin
rollment for this cause, said Colonel h-rt mn.t , tll0 KIlnll ttmir.
McCarthy this morning. "I know ono, . .
mug, inoiigu, ami mat is that my
i KEWALO FILL
cards nro exactly in form, as a com
parison Willi the rule hook shows. I
not disposed to object In any wav
McCandless cards, but I'm certainly,'
not going to see my rrleuds denied u
prlmury oto on any such pretext."
Tlio matter of deciding on u conven
tion hall will also bo decided ut
Them Is a persistent rumor nlloat
that McCandless has changed his
in I ml on tho very Issue that
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"'""" " V""' '"" "-" "Kiiiusi nun i ,t,.,, t f i,it,llo W.uks Marslnu
- ha of a double (onventioii. It Isj ,.,, ,, ,utrll,.y ..,.,! A.x.
said that tho former Is now In favorHIIlll.r ,,llllwl, Jr rr ,tt ,,H
of a fnll convention Tor the election of 1(irll11Ki ,Ilir)1K ,, ,,,,. ,.u.rs
n Delegate to Congress. McCand ess, , (lf . ,. , K,ln
however, will not slato so dellnllely. J , ,H,.lllwtll
"That matter Is out of my hands. ., , , i...,.. .,...
Ut , ,. ,, , Hiiir nun mill ni'illilih inn '
h iii to tho cnnenllon," ho ,. k , ,.,.,, , (1v,rllllP
1 1. 1 . . i .. . ...... -
II II I I l- l I II lUpill IUI HUH
The mutter of tilling In the Ptw-h-Ing
hiiuH ut Kewahi. tin which tindeis
me In In. (nlli-il vcri shnrth. oci-uolfd
canned 1 1,(, uttt-ntlon of the (orrnnr. Super-
this iniirnlug, except, of i nurse, that
the IuiiiIh are In lie llllcil In and that
tenders ule to be culled for doing the
woik We went light Into the umllir
this iniiinliiK und dlseussul the best
win ot doing It.
'"At the sume time we also took up
, , , the- iiuiltir of Ihe Itapid Transit m -"tuti'd
'i ..,.1..,. , ,..., .
Keeietnn I'iiiiI Super of the V. M. I". . ". ,, .... ... . , ., , ,,
The ineeliug of Ihe ministers called
to discuss the mutter of funning u
hrutmli of the I'edenited Churches of
Christ was hi Id this morning, hut no
business was done
The mi'ctlug was iiilleil
A 'hut wc did not do liny business
owing to the fact Unit theie was no
lepiesentatlve present from Ihe l.'pls- I
inpiil church In all lunliiililllty the
fuuiiiil of the lute Mrs. I.ils upset i
the iiuiinKciuentK "
tAssiiclatdl Trss Cuhli-,1
1 1 it 1 1 ii n snlilli'is ill Tripoli lme liren
illli llallH-.l 1 1 , IneinntiiKiaph views of
their families und suclhturls at home,
pi mlilcil It nnlcr of the inmiuandlug
genu. 1 1 I
go up no iigleid fin Is. hut so fm we
hae not hi en able to lome lo any
u Ki lenient with the Itapid Transit -i-ple."
II ii I let I ii lids best HiihIiicsh Hitlers.
Mrs Adeline l.lltlelli Id nf Pennliieot,
.Me, who will lie !i0 jcurs old lids
month, win l:s nt knitting eight luuirs
u ihi, six dus lu the week llir
spiilnlly Is linittlug iiutsiile sinks or
leggins, the legs of whli h uie twenty
six Ini ln'H lung und Ihe ful eleven
Inches In the past eight wtekn she
bus knit wiitci ii pahs uf these Ii g-glus
"TW yTADE of PRIESTLEY'S
-- GABARDINE RAIN
PROOF CLOTH in a Rich Tan
Color. It is an Improved Slip
on General Utility Coat, Very
Swagger, made with Large Com
bination Collar and Patch Pockets.
It is unlined. It is really an
all-round-the-year garment. The
most practical coat ever produced.
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
DON'T RUSH ADOUT BUYING THAT
Wait for the opening of the DON-TON HAT SHOP.
Everythino newest In Millinery and Trlmmlnge from the
It will pay you to wait a few Uayt and rj't the pick of the
lateit itylee at the right prices.
BON TON HAT SHOP,
CLUO STAPLES ULOCK , . . . FORT STRCET
MRS. E. E. DAVIS, Proprietor
THE BEST SERVICE
wi: inci.i'di: ix ott it H-ntvici; tiii: iii:st itr.i-'ituimi-AToit
i'i.ant in Tin: Tiiiimniitv. which i:.aiii.i:s cs
to kiici'i.v vnn with tiii: iihiiiiist qcamtv hi'
cini.i.iin coast ii:i:i- at tiii: i-itici: nr uudinauv ,.
METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET,
HCILDRON aV LOUIS, Proprietors TELEPHONE 3445