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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, APR. 30, 1912.
BIG BARGAIN SALE
The FIRST REAL BARGAIN SALE Offered to the Buying Publio by the Canton Dry Goods Company.
Commencing Tomorrow Morning
Listed here arc bargains from Bargainsvillc in general stock that we purchased from Yat Ming, consisting of piece goods, Ladies' Vests, Shirtwaists, Underwear, Ribbons,
Men's Straw Hats and Felts, Shirts in fact our entire stock must be closed out in order to make room for the large stock now on the way here.
This Sale is for Hen, Women and Children. Complete lines in all Departments.
Goods must foe sold without reserve.
Regular Price 10c each Bargain Price .'.4 for 25c
Regular Price 15c each Bargain price 3 for 25c
Regular Price 5c each Bargain Price 2 for 5c
Regular Price 10c each Bargain Price 5c each
Regular Price 20c each Bargain Price -.2 for 25c
Regular Price 50c each Bargain Price 3 for $1.00
Silk Netting Waists Reg. price $7.50; to close at $4.00 ca.
Silk Batiste Waists Reg. price $4.00; to close at $2.50 ea.
Voile Waists Reg. price $4.00; to close at $2.75 ea.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF LAWN WAISTS
Regular Prices $1.50, $2.00, $3.00 and $3.75 each; wlvle
they last will close them out at. .$1.00, $1.75 and $2.00 ea.
Regular Price 15c Bargain Pr'ce 3 pairs for 25c
Regular Price 20c Bargain Price 2 pairs for 25c
Regular Price 25c Bargain Price .3 pairs for 50c
A large, complete line of Muslin t Underwear, Corset
Covers, Petticoats, Nightgowns, Chemises and Combinations.
These I'nes will be closed out regardless of cost those
making the first selection will secure the biggest bargains.
Piece Goods, Curtain Goods, Children's Dresses, Bon
nets and the remainder of our Embroideries are marked
down at prices that will make the entire lot go quickly.
OUR MEN'S SHIRT LINE are all new patterns, and styles that
were regularly scll'ng at $2.00 and $2.50 each, price cut
Regularly selling at $1.75 each; price cut $1.25
Regularly selling at $1.50 each; price cut $1.00
Regularly selling at $1.25 each; price cut -..'...85 cents
Ladies' Plain and Fancy Hose
Regular Price 15c a pair Bargain Price ...3 pairs for 25c
Regular Price 25c a pair Bargain Price ...3 pairs for 50c
Regular Price 50c a pair Barga'n Price, 3 pairs for $1.00
Regular Price 75c a pair Barqain Price 50c a pair
A complete line of Ladies' Hose In all sizes and colors
pink, sky, white, black and tan.
Men's Straw and Felt Hats
IN NEW AND NOBBY SHAPES
Regular Price $3.50 Bargain Price $2.50
Regular Price $2.50 Bargain Price $1.75
Regular Price $1.50 Barqain Prce .$1.00
FINE NEW LINE OF MEN'S NECKWEAR '
Regular selling price 50c each; your choice ..3 for $1.00
Reqular price 50c; while thWORM WILL BE CLOSED 0
A FEW TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES A LITTLE SHOP
WORN WILL BE CLFSED OUT AT YOUR OWN PRICE.
Sale starts tomorrow morning, and will continue for T WO WEEKS ONLY. It .is our desire tb close out this entire stock, which must be done before our large new stock arr'ves
HERE'S YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO CLOTHE THE FAMILY AT A SAVING, OF ABOUT 50 PER CENT ON THE DOLLAR. WHY NOT TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS GREAT BAR
GAIN SALE WHILE IT LASTS?
PLEASE REPORT' ANY INATTENTION ON THE PART OF OUR CLERKS TO THE MANAGEMENT.
CANTON DRY GOODS CO.
Opposite Empire Theater
iALT AND GREIO
Honolulu, nnd ho Is a comimrnthely tiiurnumcnt piny
iccer.t recruit to tlnj luro of thu links Ono pleasant feat urn of tho niiitcli
Ho him como oil fimt mill 1ms iruc-j lit that n win for either will lio pt-
tlsod consistently to master the. point, lilar.
of the. .game. Gielg, on tint utlier
liurnl, In mi Old Countiy pla)er, who
Hwuni, a club Tor many years befmo
coming lu Huwnil uhout a year ugn.
lio learned life golf ut Tuyport. across
tho water trom Dundee, and the. long
noithern. twilight usually found hliu
j doing it iiiiind of the course after
I buslncsH hours. However, ho Is a
"imco-u-vwek" man now, and hasn't
plu)ed nearly 119 much an Ills pinspec-
' tlw opponent of late.
The Imzanr to ho held at tho resi
dence of A 1'iank Coolie, Kalmukl,
Saturday afternoon, for tho henellt ol
nplphany (lulld, promises well for
thoso who attend as woll as for tho
church. Upwards of llfty ladles will
have tho management of the various
booths and tho good Ihlnga to ho offer
ed will liicm!e delicious lcfreslimcutH
iresn from tne nomcs 01 iwuuiuki ia
1-.1- n..n 1 t. .,.. r ..!.. ..ill
. c. u.m ..mi -"7 "'" "' Gait Is big and heavily muscled, und
fight It out for li.al honors In tie , , , f , , , ,
Stowar Cup tournament at tho Conn- , h u ,, , , ,
try Club. 1 y defeating I)r. 0 rrnkor t , a, ,2,v bB ,, , ,,, f
iiaillll, 111 Wliuni lie kuiivcii u n.i.mi- . . . r.,nlni Iimiever mill V,"" " ." .. ' ..ii.. .... .. 1
i nt nf lun stlnkes flri'lu' olllillotl tho -" ---., -- n. -- "Miles, IIS Men ui ill iiuci mi uoi mm
"it roind of Play win. a "r i s o ls "" mvMi Hl,ort ,of dtau,"!01ir decoration.
lo.nc t vlitorei to ills credit He'"'? T A '""'"8" ft" ? Illa An unwritten law governing, prices
wo fr in I)r. Smith 4 ttn ind 2 to l rl ci il weakness on the local course , ,,,, , crorced on Saturday. Thero
1. wile UanseiuHnal limit " "j,"10 l"rt ..pproach and In lay- I w, i.o" nothing that can bo construed
ttilist I I SinldliiK was also an Ul M l'lrach I1'"1 within certain aH prohibitive; nothing which savors
easy one. Tho n'nal. will probacy bo ,'?"nt)1,"Utel,qo " ",u Uoc" "ml My ""he "grab" so common and so objec
plajed off next Saturday afternoon, i loena- . tlonable In th.o nvorngo church haiaar.
Tho final struggle wlll bo an In- l'lcklng tho winner Is n hard task Tho ladles arc asking for left-over pa
terestlng comparison of golllug styles. Oalt has been 'shooting" closo to per flowurs from the last Klornd I'm
Tho playors meet on even tonus, both bogey figures, and wlll probably Imvo ado. These wlll he used to decorato
hclng VI handicap men, and It wlll bo his opponent playing the odd off tlioi the booths nnd will be returned If ro
n case of Young America against teo, but Grolg, on tho other hand, has ".nested A tolcphono message to 11154
doling Siotland. U'io experience to fall buck on, uiiil will bring a messenger who will dellv-
1 1 that counts for a big percentage in or uio nowers to me coiuiiiiueu.
f, i 4 & 'v S "V & 5 'S' $ '&
MASONS OUST JOHNSON. !
v I.ONIX1.N'. Kin?, Apr. 20 - '
Jaik Johti5iiii Is no longer n "'
.Mason In good and regular ;
'! 'tho 1'iirfiirshlre and Klncar-
. .11.... I. ..I.... I.. 1. I.I..I. .1... ....!. .
11,11V .'l.ft,V, ,,, , ,I1VII ,lf7 ll.'hl 1,
'T 1'luilliplon was Initiated, ux
NiiHpoiidi-d tuiliiy by tl)e grand
liiilfT.t iif fli-nt llrllnlii
Tim iitws that thd black pu
gilist hail I. en admitted In Hie
nrilir Minio month ugo i rented
u Heiisatloii throughout the Mil
Minle wnrlil, and it was certain
that the liuli:- wiml.l be disciplined
'(lalt learued his golf right here In'
LOVEJOY & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FINE WINES and LIQUORS
Cream Rye Whiskey
Old Jas. E. Pepper Whiskey
"Harvey's Special" Scotch Whiskey
Best Quality of EUROPEAN WINES and LIQUORS
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN -TO
902 Nuuanii Street
HEALANI CLUB GRAMMAR SCHOOL DUKE 10 SWIM
- FOR EXPANSION BALL SCHEDULE ' IN OPEN WAIT
5 ti . t
. $ 4. 3. 4 4 r
STUDENTS' QOWLING LEAGUE.
P. W. L. Pet.
St. Loul. ., ..6 5 1 .833
Wlde-Awaket ..6 3 3 .500
Strikers 0 3 3 .500
Rollers 9 4 5 .444
Splitter 9 4 5 .444
Sparer 6 2 4 .333
Tho Kpllttirs found the Job of roll.
Ing sl- in j til) kiiiiiii In a row u little
too Htienuous for llu in )esterdny lift
ernnoii They xturtiil nlT wlfh n rush,
taking three kuiiuh straight from the
Wide-Aw ul. hi, mid when they tackled
the Hollers the) continued their win
ning streak for the llrj-t string, and
thin ilropptd two, tliii lust being ii
The si ores;
Alexunder MS 13! 1M . 433
llaldwln llll 138 135 437
tWles 125 125 127, 377
431 3115 418 1257
Tlatt Cook .-.,.. 112 1J2- 144 37S
a. Ilrowiv 125 124 145 394
Iiimaii .. ...... HO 120 Ull5 3CG
. 367 3CG 405 1138
II Morgan 119 130 121 373
Campbell 134 128 152 414
Illtchcoik 135 m 140 457
:ikS 440 4111 1244
Alexander 128 114 102 314
llaldwln 134 150 1)5 399
CowIch 150 151' 119 430
I V 418 415 33G 1109
! . .
You muni gi'l tlin II ii lie tin to
get the Nrnn.
Rowing Men Reach Out for De
s'rable Members Pub
The He.ilutil elub plans n eanipulRn
of expniiHlon With a view to mtur
ing inure incinberii, which will make
posxllilo a more extended Held of op
rintliinx, tho following elrc-ular Itttir
him been Kent to those ulrenil) on the
"Sir: The Ileulanl Ynbht and limit
Chili Iuih decided to Institute u lpor
iiuh cainpalgn that wlll rniult In piate
rlally lnrn-ailiig its uieinbcmhlpi In
fact. It Is tbtlr aim to build up ii
'meinlitrnhlp that wlll he rar nliore that
of any oher athletic organization In
tho Inlands, To do this we are de
pending on tho combined efforts of Its
present membership, and It Is needless
til say that we are sure of your hearty
"l'lans are being made -mil material
lias been ordered for the construction
of a large numUr of new locktrs, and
by the time these aro Mulshed, which
will he within n few weeks, wo shall
Ihimi ample accominoilatloiis for all
the new iiiemberH we can get.
"We are enclosing four privilege
cards and two membership application
blanks which we trust jou wilt iiuiko
use of rill In tho prlUlegii cardj,
put them In the hands of )our friends
and direct them dona to the club
house, or, better still, bring them down
)oiirself The bojs nt the clubhouse
111 mnke things Interesting nnd show
our guests what we have to offer a
liiati or bo) Who wfshes to associate
with good clean fellows and get gvl,
clean eiiJo)iuent In rowing, swimming,
wrestling, etc All that wo ask of you
Is to send your friends down to the
club. Wo will do the rest. If, nt tho
explrutlon of tliree wctks, any of )our
frltnds should (are to Join, wo wlll
gladly welcome them as members,
"Wo look to )ou In do your best
to uld us In this movement, nnd If
every member gets n suits. It Is pluln
lu see the big boost the club will re
ceive Very truly )ours,
Kevin schools are inured Ju tho
(Iriimmur HU.ool Ilaseball l.iague.
which will pl.u Its schedule off during
I'ollonlng are the ilates
I I'rbbij, Mil) ", -St I.ouis h Inlaid,
at An). i 1'nrk, Cintral ariiintiiar s.
N'orinal, at Maklkl.
' Monday, May C 'Mills s lol.inl, nt
I'linahoii; Ivjiiik Iiiiiiii In s. Central, at
, Wednesday, May 8 Kt. l.ouls s
.Si lll, nt Maklkl, l'linahou s. Normal,
I'rlduy. May 10 lol.inl s. Central,
nt Maklkl, Kaiul-hnitiehn vs. Normal,
Monday, May 13 Puniihou s Mills,
at ruuataoui Kt l.ouU vs. .N'orinal, at
Wednesday, May 15 l'linahou s.
lolanl, at Maklkl; Kumcbanieba s.
Mills, at Kiimehaineha,
Krlduy, May 17 Kiinieb.imehn xs. lo
lanl, ut Kiimchnmebn; l'linahou vs.
Central, fll I'unnhoii,'
Monduy, May 20-rNorma! s. lolnnl,
at Maklkl; JvaiiHliamebu is. .St. Louis,
Wednesday, May 22 Central vs
Mills, ut Muklkl. luu.ibou vs. Kt
I.ouis, ut Aula. N
I'rlduy, Mil) 24 -Mills s Norinil,
at I'uiuiliuu; Kt. l.ouls s Centnil, at
Monday May 27- Kiimehaiiiehu vs
l'linahou, at Aula
HOOKS HEARD OF
A primitive mother Instinct which
has developed Into a mania led 17-year-old
Annie Iloyarsky of New York
to steal a baby from Mount Kliiut Hospital.
The whole gain of modern civiliza
tion bits been more than lost by tho
wnsto In the ceaseliss pursuit of fash
ion, nccordlng to assertion by" l'rof.
,11, J. Davenport.
Jumps Kltzmaurlro, who traveled lu
Hawaii iih special correspondent of tho
London Times, Is no such thing at all,
according to news from Australia. '
I3ven before I'ltzmnurlco left Hono
lulu thero aiobe a doubt as to whether
ho was all ho represented himself to
be, and now It In denied that ho has
anything to do with tho great llrltltdu
paper except In use Its numo to help
V. II, Hooks, who recently returned
' from Australia, said he heard of KHz
I muurlco down there, and that In Aus
tralia nicy say riizmaurice is probably,
a faker. i
"Personally, I should not wish to say
ho Ik crooked without knowing It, and
I don t know It," as Mr. Iloogs, "buti
when tlicy beard In Australia that ho
was here, it was. said that ho was
Ni:w YOICK. N Y. Apr 24 Al-
though Duke Kuluinamoku. the 1 In -'
wallaii swimming marvel. Is practi
cally cirtaln of representing America
at Ktovkhulin this summer, be may be
called on to take part lu the addition
al swimming trials which tho Ameri
can Ol) tuple committee lias schrsluled
I for earl) June In open Water off New
! Several additional trials wlll be hi Id
'aciordlng to this latest announcement
j of tho committee.
i Oeneral trials for tho selection of
the Ann i lean rlllc team will take place
at the United States Marine Corps rl
! lie range at WJutbrop, ,Md . May 10.
17 nnd IS The 25 high men will be
. given a final trial May 20.
, Wrestling trials, (Irceo-Itoimiust)le,
I wlll be held In Chicago M.i 25
Trials fur the 1000-meter wulk will
lie held nt the New York Athletic Club
games at Trnvcrs Islnnd, N. Y, June 1
i , Tho committee has decided nmilnst
I cute-ring n team of women swimmers
Colonel Hubert II Thompson, chair
man of tho eouiiiillee. said today he
I would take up with government nlll
. clals tho mailer of sending a rllle and
riding team and see If they would not
npproprlate money to help defray the
'any PAPER FLOWERS f
THAT YOUJJONT WANT?
TJio ladles of tho nnlnhanv fluM
Kalmukl are In nerd of flone s t r
decorative purposes In the booths ed
tho fnlr Ihoy nro in hold on Snturda.
Artificial flowers, bucji ns were used
to decoralo tho nutos on Horn! Pnr.tje
Dny, wlll be most nccptablo, and In
fact preferable to tho real thing, ns
they will not wilt
Tho ladles limine; tho fnlr In chnrne
arn nrrauglng qulto n qnlipie decora
lion scheme that Is sure to be tho ad
miration of those who attend.
Willis U Monro, chief of, tho Unltnl
Stales weather luirenu, has Issued a
circular letter commending the oTl
clals of the river and Hood service for
their work lu connection with tb
Mississippi and Ohio floods.
$ i$ ; . ii. -k ti 4 f
'oubiless pa'mlnc hln-self n(T ns n
At any rate, KIW"iaiirlej hiu ifo"i
from Hnwnll nnd Is probably lccturlli,
Rnmowherii clso on the too prevalent
(iistom of ladles wearing eueda shoes
on tho street his severest .Indict
ment of Honolulu.
, .Vis . hj . it I.- I