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EVENING BULLETIN HONOLULU, T H, TUESDAY, APR. 30, 1912.
Hard Facts About
The truth in the hardware business is that steep prices have to he maintained
to make up for long periods between sales.
From Wednesday, May 1st, until Tuesday, May 7th
we intend to make "frequent sales" by
Cutting Prioes 30 per cent, to 40 per cent.
The truth of the above statements is found in these price quotations for our
SIX DAY SALE
is lllock I'lnnp, umnlly
llllUk l'lahe USUtlllV
oo lllock l'laue. usually
.'( lllock Plane. iihuii1I
-Mi llloik Plane, usu.illv
"I Houlvr, usuulW $2 05
Tl'i Itouur, tisiuill) JIGS, now
'I Sid.- Itublxt, tisuull) 1 00.
II Hide. Halilicl, uxuallv Jl 00,
4S Tongulng, UMiallv JJ 75 now.
49 Tuimulim. uhuuII) j"S, mw
48 Mntih. uaikiII) 12 20, now . .
O'i i" M Habliet, usuali .' 10 now
10 i' M UiiIiImi iihiiull II 00. now .
usiiall $1 TiO, now .
nxtinll) 2 00, now .
iixuall J.' 10, n"w
tisiuill) $2 20, n"
ii!uall J J r,0 now
I Smooth Plane,
1 Smooth Plane,
J Smooth 11 inc.
4 Sinuoth Plane,
4"i Smooth Plane,
0 Jack, tiitu illv J. SO. now
"i Jml. usiinll) 1100 now
0 I'nre, tiau.ill) Jl ,-,, now
T lolnter, iiii il II 7S, now
S Jointer, usiinll) 14 fie, now
.'I .Smooth usual!) $i.r,o. now
.'J hniooth, iminllj St SO now
.'1 .Smooth, nsiiall) 1 r,0, now
24 Smooth, uhiijII i r0, now
-6 lllock iikii ill) Jl ri0, now
II lldle Smooth, usually Jl 10
10 llilli hmoolh, uHiiiill) J.' 0"i,
IT Jtnn Smooth usuallv J2 20,
-T, Jul usiiitl Jl 65. now
-'7 Jack, UMi.ill) Jl tip now . .
-'8 Ton UKiiallj $2 0. now
S'l Pore unuill) Ji 10. now ..
10 Julntir UHtinll) J2 20, now .
"1 Jolnti r iisuall) it 21, now..
U Jolnti-r, iiuatl J." 40, now
11 Jointer uu.ill J2 40, now
14 Jointer, uxuall) J2 CO, now
All Kinds of Rules at Special Prices
No. 12 Henry Disston's
It," I'miallj Jl ro now
1' l suall) Jl .1 now
J0" t'KUiill Jl 75 now
. " rimll JJ00 now
-4 I snail) J.' .'5 now
-1." t 111.1II) J.' 40 now
v" I suullv ii i.O now
No 11 t tia1I Jl CO now
No 1114 I'xualh 85i now
No 1J I'mull) 75i now
No 1 l'Biiall r5c now
No 100 I'su.ill) Jl 21. now
No j I'imll) $1.00, now
Ready Mixed Paint
In 1 Kallon Hum
In i gallon tins
In ' gallon tins
In 'i ilnt tins
Jl iO per tin
70 per tin
40 Iir tin
15 per tin
ItAo I. WTr.n.NS. former!) COc,
White Mountain Ice
1 it Usually J.' 50, now
.' qt t'suall) J2 76, now
3 it t'suall) " 21 now
4 it I'miallj J4 00, now
G Ml I'xnatlj J100, now
s it I'suall) JC0O now
10 ft -I'suall) S 00 now.
1.' it I'suall) J9 50. now
. 2 20
, 4 00
I'riiin 71 up to Jl 25
Pairnt i'iigea In brass, fnrnii rly
J7 511 now jl 50
Jardinieres Small size, formerly
lot now 10c
Jnrdiiilirrs -l.irgi size formerl)
"1i now 60c
Wire Hanging BasKets
$1 tiO r dozen
1 85 ier eioen
2 50 m r dozen
J 75 per docn
E City Hardware'Co.
CARRIES ALL 3IZES OF
Galv. Chicken Netting
HIZIH IIH follow
1 III b) 2 In , 1 In lv 2 In , 2 In
h In , 1 In b) 3 In , l'i In. bj 3 In ,
.' In b 1 In , 1 In bv 4 In . Hi In b
4 In , .' In ly 4 In , I In l C In . l'j
In h G In . 2 In l 0 in
Prlux will mitt oil anil yutlxO
T f I'lower Pots Sl7e from 3 In
lip to 10 In
T S SprlnB Clothm Plim 6c a iloen
Hid CrosH Toilet Paper
4 paikimeM for .'5c
Cascade Lawn Mowers
12" Worth $5 75, reduced to . $4 25
14" Worth $1.60, reducfd to 4 75
Hi' -Worth $7 00; reduced to . 5 .'3
lied Hoe V4".
Hid lIOfe-'-y" .
Wlro Hose '4".
Cotton Hose Vi"
Cotton Iloxe "
. 26 feet for $11
25 fei t for .1 7
. , .'5 feet for
...26 fctt for
.25 feet for
.25 feet for
1 pint .
1 iiiurt. .
I for 25c
Hand-printed Herman AVttro at 40
rr unt. 1.1T marked price
OIdhh I'ly TrapH, rccommi nd d liy
'fioard of Health Worth 35c; unit)
wiik only, 1c. Alxo Wlro TI TrapH
TlunnOH ItottleK, 1 Uart....
Ice-Hot Dottles 1 ijuart
f(i pleccK, In white, former!) $5 50,
riduted to .. . . .. .$4 60
llluo flume Oil HtiiPK. 2 burner
, $ 8 00
Illue 1 lame Ol) Htotm, i burners
21 () Ovuiih . 1 50
ii O 0en . ... 4 00
Eipec!lly low pnett on FIREARMS and AMMUNITION. Alio on Stamtr Trunki, Sultei, Can
ton and Japaneie Ware, in Tea and Coffee Seti. Your choice In Opal Ware, 25 conte.
Remember! Theie prices for SIX DAYS ONLY. But you'll find them juit at quoted when you come
to our ttore. 1 j
City Hardware Co., STSSS
Name U11111 Died Am
'otni .Imob Astor I KB"! 1818
Win UncklioiiHo Aslor 17U2 1875 fifl
John Jmoli Astor III 1!22 1810 r.S
Wllllnm I! ABtor II IS 10 1S'J2 I.U
Inhli lacoh ARtor IV 1S I l'UZ 4S
Win Vlniont Astor IS'M
NUW YOIIK, N V . April 20 A
month ago tlio Ktmli 11 1 commiinlt) at
llarvnul was stirred In a rcpoit Hint
Vlnront Astor, mm of ('oliincl I I Ah-.
tin, v ho lost Ills life In the Tllnulc dis
aster, was cngaRcd to li" married lo
Inn Claire, a inimical oiiiedv ntnr
Mls Claire itinUd tin report An
ttir denied It na polnlvdl ns he pos.
"I liato m elillie liiIIokp career
ahend of me," he said "That Is Rol
ling all tnv coiiHlderaiion at present
Until Hint Is finished I slinll hne llttlo
llluo for aiiMhlni; else, let alcnio mnt
New Head of House.
Tlio tragedy of the Tliaitlc chaimcil
nil Hint, for Vincent Alor haa htcoino
the held of his house, the possessor of
0110 or the (iruitest fortunes" In Amor
It n, ntul the Inheritor or a tradition
that he liuiBt become so In fad as well
ns In name
No Astor lins oer suet ceded to tlio
l'cnd of the house nt bo wmtir. nil no
ns Vincent Astor who will not lie 21
11111II November lri
Todav the Asior cumin Is worth nt
least $12"),ntW,U0, with tin- prohnblllts
that $110,00(1,1)00 Is closer to the exact
Vincent Gole Heir.
Tor I ho moment at lenst Vincent Ab
lor la solo heir to this wealth Ills
stepmother, hj Ihe wnrltliiKS of nnoth
or fnmlly trnilltloii, vaied her claim
to It liv ncccntlsiK n marrlaKo portion 1
I'ntll the present eNpcctntlons of so 1
rlcty hne hceti Jiistllled or proved,
false, Vliltent Astor will remain solo,
heir, as he must. In nn event, remain I
the principal heir b Ihe workings or
Hit Astor fttmll tradition that the
fnnilly fortune must not be endniiKer
ed In lis hulk. '
Vim cut Astor todav sent to Ma or
(In nor 11 contribution of $10,000 for
the destitute Rimluns of the ship. Tlio
check was accompanied In this note
"Dear Mr Major Will ou kindly
nccept the Inclosed check- aj n contri
bution from me to the fund lor tho
needy survivors of the lltnnlc dlsns
ter' Yours ver tiulj.
"VINCIINT ASTOIl "
Mrs. Astor Still Sick.
Mrs, John I Astor wns still In n
highly nervous condition today, suffer
ing from the Bhock of her experience
on tho Titanic Her phslclnn, Doctor
KlmbnlOsnld that In splto of her tier
voiisiiess It hnd been deemed best to
let her talk fieelj with her relatives
and attendants regarding tho disaster.
It wns bellovcd that this would serve
to relieve )icr feelings
Mrs Aster's story of her experience,
as repeated bv the physician, follows-
"Wo nlrcadj had retired when the
Jar of tho collision came. We thought,
lltiln of It. hut Mr Astor was Interest
ed and said he 'would go on deck nnd
see what was the matter I cnllod my
mnld nnd put on 11 light dress, plaiinln
to follow him In n moment or two.
Was Not Alarmed.
"l'retty Boon Mr Astor runic bnck
mid said that he did not think II was
anything Berlous. Ihu ship hnd gritted
fonio drift Ice, he snld Ho didn't
know 1 lien thnt it was n giant lung. Ho
wns ver mini, nnd so I wasn't nlnrm
cd We put on ordlnnrj light clothes
nnd went on deck together
"llverythlng was extrcmel quiet.
No one was excited, least of nil Mr.
Astor nnd mself Wo walked around,
nnd people began to pour upon deck
The excitement began to grow, but tho
ship seemed all right Then tlio order
was passed uround to gut out the
bouts, but nobody wnntcd to get into
tlioni, nnd tho llrst ones loweted were
only partly filled
Put Her In Boat.
"The situation did not begin to get
grave until most of the boats were
gone and there were only two left
"Mr Astor put mo and my maid and
lull u IlliU uni; ui me' uuuin uiiu muim
by calmly us tho boat wns being sent
awn llefore the boat was lowered
hu sent tor some heavy wraps nnd fttra
Tor us The boat pulled aw a from
the Tltanlt and began almost Inline
dlntd to ship vvnter until It was up
to my knees. 1 occupied my time linil
ing. "Ilcfoie tho arrival of tho Carpathla
we picked up six men, two of whom
died Immcdlnlel nfter being pulled
Mrs. Astor to Sail.
LONDON," Hug , April 20 Mrs.
Avn Willing Aslor, mother of Vincent
Astor, has decided to proceed to New
York lo be with her son Hho will snil
at the earliest possible moment The
vnilous relief funds for the nsslstnnco
of sufferers li tho TItnulc dlsnslr
now amount to upwnril of $100,000,
The fund nt the Mansion house nlone
nt noon amounted to $100,000. Among
the suhsirlptlous to tills Intter fund
are $10,000 from William Waldorf As
tor ami $5000 from Lord Htralheoun
WILL SPEND A
Ni:W YOIIK, N Y , April 20 Is It
ALL READY FOR
' BIG PAGEANT
KvcrjtlilllK, Is In readiness for the
l'linahou pageant The elaborate pro
duction which Is to hi staged tomor
row h the students of Onliu Colli go
Is ns nearly pirfeet as to detail nnd
historic nccurncv ns huril Mud) mid
possible to locate the hulk of the Tl conscientious rehearsing can make It,
tmilc'nnd locover Its deai? I1"11' when the long line of charm ters
It Kqjenco can answer this question lepresentlng the evolution of the
It wll be answered. Alrendy Htops, win-hl's civilizations winds through the
have been taken by tho ABtors, tho 'rps tmviird the out-of-doors stage on
Ouggcnholms, tho Wldeners nnd tho ""e cmnpus, the sight Is suie to be
families of the ultra mllllonaltes whof,H worth the seeing
went down with tho 111 fnted ship !'"ur hundred and thlrt bojs nnd
To Inleriintlonnl experts nnd sclen-'Plrls are to appear In the ingeint In
lists U lett the solution of tho ipies- lorn the various eomponles of mtois
Hon ' !ttl11 portrn the life and nixtoms or
Money abolutel will not be conslil-J the huniiin nice from the nrborenl nge
eied The Astor fnmlly wns llrst to to the people of tin present day There
Inke this Btep, nnd their represents- will he trie dwellers cave ilvvellcrHiiiul
Uvea have been In consultation with INklnios, ns rcprcsintntlvis of prlml
Ihe Chapmtiii mid Mcrrltt Wrecking Hv elvlllritlnn Then come theNnct'i
Company ns to the 1 hnticcs of rocovcr Ainerknn lndlnn the (In clan clvllbu
iug the bodies. Tho best scientists Hon, Roman elvllbatlun, iihiIIcviiI clv
vvlll ho railed Into consultation. Illrutlon, represinllnn the lives of the
The first dllllculty to bo overcome in'criisuihri. and the Intliience of the
as to tho location or tho wreck The Christian churili Next In ordir will
many crosscurrents In thoso wnters he hepresi nted the transition slug"
ma make this n serious dllllculty U from the medieval to the inodirn, the
tho wreck Is located It may be thnt by tlmo of Columbus being e him 11 for this
exploding dynamite over It they may Illustration
raise many bodies Hint mny bo still Hip Van Winkle." n three-net plnv ;
within tho boat j "A Washington Tin" and '.Miss Co
lt Is n rorlom hope but II Is regard 'lumbln's I'art," In vvhlth all tho stars
cd ns not Impossible with the iinllmll
ed money to spend on It.
The following nppcnrB edltorlilly In
the Christian Science Monitor of April
"'The largest vessel In the world,'
the lltanlc, is now on Its way to this
side Its title, of course, may bo tem
porary and Meeting "
Tim Tlttinlc wbb lost on tlio 14th
011 me ling lire reiinstntiil, 1110 spi -elal
features that close the program
The pageant Is schidiilcd to com
luenci at 9 10 ami will last a tilllo
over two hours Yesteida). altllniii.li
there was no re-gulnr nhiirsut, the
rough eilgis wire workid off oife 01
two of the niimlii rs, mid evenlhliii:
I was pronounced In readiness TheelriMH
leliearsnl last frld.iy showed tho mis.
turning tn be a surprise In itself
While tomorrow's performaiiie Is to
1i hj Invitation, tickets having In 111
K 1 U"1v distributed, tin re Is nlso to
be 11 illstlnitlj idueatlonal routine of
the entertainment Thursday luoiulng
till! luiiteiint Is to lie lepenteil fm the
binellt or the pupils of the public mil
pilvnte sehools or the ell. uiMiiupi
nlid li tluli teiiclurs it bi ix,mm
Unit mum or the si hool children will
lake advantage or the chain e to studi
lilstbr hi this nowl and eutiitaluliu-wns
DAVIS In this city, April ,10, 1112.
I) 11 Davis, hoi 11 In New York
November 21, 1808
The lutieinl will take placo Wed
nesday nfternoon nt 3 o'clock from
tho Masonic Temple
'Ihe Hngllsh sparrow, orlglnallv Im
ported Into this couutr tu destrei in
sert pehts, but Known ehlill lit re
cent ears as a pest of other birds,
has been funnel tei ben vigorous cneni)
of the nlfalfa weevil.
David II Davis, known throughout
the Islands as "Dicky" Davis, ulul fur
many yearn a b.ilooumnn heie died
this morning 11V- 30 o'clock at his
ri'ildence, 283 South Vineyard street
D.ivls was born In New .oik In 18G8,
anil has lived in the Islands for twenty-live
i'.irs He has been In Ill
he lit li for 11 number of months and
recent! has been falling rapidly. I
Deatli was due to 11 geneial breuklng-l
down I'rlncesB slips, gowns, chemises,
lie has been living with his mother. '""ucrs corset covoih nnd cnnihlii.i-
Mis S.11II0 Davis, at the Vineyard ,lnnB wl11 u0 placed on sale nt mone-
street home Ills second wife, who HltJ prices toinoriovv morning nt
uns MlHsleusli'i Klrkhitnl l llvllur 111. lOlllnns.
A large: shipment of Dennlson's
Crepe 1 Issue in beautiful shades and
eohns has Just beell opentil bj the
Hawaiian .News Co, Alex Young
Oakland with the out son MIbs
Alum Davis, a daughter by a former
marriage, Is being educated In laiiopu
Davis wns a "pal tiier In the Pnshlon
Saloon for a number of iars hut had
his health '"'"""'"K-
given up business slucu
He will be buried from Miraonlc
Temple tomorrow afternoon nt 3
o'clock by Oceanic Lodge No 371, of
which ha was n metmbor He was an
Klk mid also a member or the Maul
Tho nntl-trust Hvvs or Missouri were
upheld b the Supreme Court or tho
Two bundled painters struck tn
W'onester, Mass, for a ten tier cent
Knights of l'ythlas Tho bod Is ly- """ " wiiges and shorter hours
Ing at the Wllllnins Undertaking Par-1 ' lft tlum-and workmen In the
lors, where It will bo In charge of the building trndes of Chicago will be Idle
Masons und Wks till the funeral to- the result of a strike or It 000 car
morrow ' penters
Here's a Crusher in Sales!
Manufacturers' Sample Line of
By the last steamer from the Coast we received (via San Francisco)
sample lines of 1912 Spring Models in Dresses from two of the
largest manufacturers in New York. We will put the lines on sale
ON MONDAY, APRIL 29th.
There are only 138 of them, and no two alike. Our prices are the
manufacturers' original prices; our profit is simply the discount. A
sale like this is unknown in Honolulu. The goods are of an extra
fine quality, high grade and guaranteed.
These are Messalines, Taffetas, Foulards,
Chiffons, Linens, Voiles, etc.
REGULAR $500 DRESSES-SALE PRICE $300
REGULAR $7.50 DRESSES SALE PRICE $500
REGULAR $900 DRESSES SALE PRICE .. ..$6.00
REGULAR $1200 DRESSES SALE PRICE $800
REGULAR $1500 DRESS ES SALE "PRICE $1000
REGULAR $1650 DRE8SES SALE PRICE $11.00
REGULAR $18,00 DRESSES SALE PRICE T$1ZO0
REGULAR $2000 DRESSES SALE PRICE . $1300
Note the Low Prices and Reductions.
SALE COMMENCES MONDAY MORNING
NEW LINE OF KID GLOVES
NEW LINE OF THE LATEST IN
LADIES' HAND DAGS
Pantheon Building, Fort
and Hotel Streets
NEW LINE OF RIBBONS
NEW LINE OF LACE FLOUNCINGS
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