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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1912.
Uufty's Pure Malt wnisuey
the Htiiiiitnnl of jiurlly unil excel
Ipiicc for mir Itulf u t-intur Is
A New Shipment Imported By
Us Direct from the Growers
Packed in lead and enclosed in
little gunny sacks; also in
five pound boxes
Delicious Hot or Iced
Henry May & Co.,
Bliir Iiiomi In
H ii 1 ,1 c cry
where In 8i:AIi
InMiklit nnj iloc
turn udtliM srtit
The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co
Rocheiler, N. Y, U. S. A.
llcintilnlii tuny well feel prowl of the
t-yifplinny tirchoHtrn which hail ll op
cnliiK concert nt tho Kmplro llicater
lint nlRht, mid, in return, those who
are behind the orthestrn nntl who lime1
worked cnrl anil lato to organize i ,
trny well feci nntlnflcd that """'"'"
will Htippnrt o worthy tmislcnl oclel
An midlotico which left hnnlly n Real "p i1nod the lonK 1" llcrlot totuerlo
nntnken filled tho house. Mnnncr-r So I opun lfi, entirely from tnemorj
MnRotm of tho llonoIii:u Amtmemi in ""'1 without a pcrreptlhte falter
C'ompan) cHtlmntcd for tho Ilttllc Mlit Collala at Her Best.
1 1 tt Hint clKht hundred persons wetol NIIbh IM)lh rtosslytt Collnht found nn
present nnd nlthoiiRlt n Inrsc nnmheri''elletit opportunity for her imwerfnl
twero school pupils. arrnnKemcntH ha jdrniitntlc soprano In TBehnlkosk,H
JlliK heen made for a special rate, thei l antic d'Arc Helectloti, "Ailipu, fot
I receipts of Iho hox office should Co n r'H which she sntiR In KiirIIsIi 'I he
pood way townrd ilulttiiR tho mulcts .opcrnllr character of tho number Is
on Its flnnnrlnl feet. iWell mill oil to Mist Collals's rich anil
Musically, tho orsanlzatlon dCKcncs compelling olec, but Its letiKth and re
support, and this can Do said without Heratho passneos at times last nlKht
"Xtuses Director Mlltner Ib to be con p" n surKestlon or stridency Miss
pratulated upon last nlnht'a perform I 'ollnN responded to Inststcttt demands
ance. Of course there were flaws, and f"r encoro by slttRlni; the faml'lnr
there were somo dlsnthnnlnRPH to ov
ercotne, but tho point Is that the ill
rector and tho society have nstembled
a body of musicians who nro Intelll
ALL-CHINESE BALL TEAM IS PRINCIPALS TO
GOING FAST IN MAINLAND TOURl MEET MAY 18
UY F. L. AKANA liliy, prciildent of tho Cubs, and nro1 Tho date for tho nicotine of tho Kit
Captain, All Chinese Team. their Riiests as Ioiir as wo slay here, lionising principals of schools In tho
(Kw-HhI II ii 1 1 ii tin 'nrrciiro"il' iicc Monday. Anrll 22 -ThH Is icrtnlllli Territory hns been set nt Mnv 1ft. nml
CIIICAOO, III., April 2',. Afttr our Fnme wn,)y Ly nn,i raliiy also. Went tho bcssIoii of tho Commissioners oft
Baine nt Ilouldcr. Col., with thp IJni- through tlio ChlcaRo stockyarils.'L'uhllc Instruction will tako placo May
ierny 01 i oinrniw nine, mni.u mia swifts slauKlitor house anil L.lBUy,
Still Wle Die Nncht '
Mrs I, Tennev I'eck nccompanlcd
liolh soloists and her performance was
marked b the same excellent o and
Kttit nniblllous and capable With I'linrntinniiiiiR 01 a miicn iinuerrnteu
(his groundwvrk the miislc-locrs of nrl ",l has In limes pail Rlcn
llonohilit mav bo nsiured that the or ,oniert Roots
ihvHtrn will grow and ilcelop with '' h" auilli ho was a rathlonnhlo tuio,
each rehearsal and each concert. ''"'I "as followed b maliv supper par-t
Dads Is a Good One. I11'' The pleasing thing, howcer, wnn
Tho openltiR concert dlsplaed no "' Tail Hint nil clashes were reprr-
marked weakness 111 any dlrcellon and. senlnl, and that the new society to
on Iho other hand, was a delightful '"allnR a broad Rppeal It Is ccrlalnl
surprise In many critics. The lack. K I'o liopod that the next concert will
.111), lies In Iho fnct that tho orchestra ""'I ho long delaed, and the onl) siir.
In si sinn . nnd tho Internrctn on of M-mmus nir cnange iicniu aiier insi.
nucli dllllcult symtihonles ns IlaydeiiB night's program were that several,
seiond (I) major) Is rendered dllllcult , Hglilei iinnibers inn) be Included
both by tho iipcobbIO for volume of '
sound nnd for arlety of orchestral In STOCK MOVES ONLY
ilnimcnts, Tho llrst violin section nt t nVPUAMrt: CCQQinM
times illsplned a lack of responsln I A I tAbMttlMUt Oti5)IUIM
ness which probably Is nothing morel Session mIih were the onlv inii
thnn lack of olumo. The wood wlml, kit lutlilt) tod.ij ami Oln.i, O.iliu nnd
Frctlon Is also restricted Huron the Millrjdc were shown In lonslilernblo1
whole the orchestra Is an I'Mcllent b.i I ilein.ind The pi Ire h were stable
sis for development. That a program I 'I here will bo little iittUII), It Is pro
hii ambitious as last night's tniiltl be dlitnd, until after the teport of the
given with such success Is Ruarnuli e, Seniito coinniltlie considering the
of the mntiy enjoyablo concerts In i House free sugar bill
ttore for Honolulu. 1'ormil iinnoiinci mint w.is m.ule of
Prof Carl Mill nor proved himself an the action of the O.iliu railway Btoik-
excellent director. I'liysicnuy tie puis Homers on April .iu in n specuu in-ei-
an Immense amount of energy Into I In
wotk, nnd yet ho held enough In n
scro so that ten minutes nftcr tho or
ihestin had completed Iho oxhaiistlnj.
HnMlu Bmphony (exhausting for the
lrluslclntm alone) ho stored an indlihl
ual success In two violin solos, ono In
response tn nn enthusiastic encore
Ills musicianship on tho violin Is In
marked contrast to his directing
smooth, easy, subtle nnd persuaslNe
Iiir nt which It was oloil to Im re.ise
the capital Block from $l.iiK.f)iU to
$.1,00(11100 ns of .Inly 1, 19li. by tho
Issuatitc of 10,11110 paid up share i of
tin pur aluo of $100 cat !
The (ioM-rnor nnd tho I'ulcral tom-
mhsltm appolnled to consider gcti-,
Rrnphlc names met In business ses
sion' In tho oxccullM chambers llilsl
played In mighty cold wenthcr Tor us, McNeill k tabby's packing house. Itodo
and which wo lost by a score of 9 to 7, t,0 c0ated rnllwny. At UliiRllnR's
woiert ror Lincoln, ncii. urst wo trc (n lho CVcnlnR nnd enjoyed It
were given a big bannuct at tho Nan- immensely. To bo sure, nil had pea
king Cafe, tendered by tho Chlneso u,h nnd soda water.
stndonlH of tho School of Mines, at Tuestlny, April 23. At Chicago Unl
Irani cr, no icu oier uio iiuriiiiKKMi icrslty's campus to limber up
rtiulo I'rom tills point tho Btory of snent nil day (hero.
Iho trip runs as follows Wednesday, April 21 llenutlful
Thursdii), April 18. Arrived I,ln day. Apnln at ChlcaRo's pround for
coin. Neb, 2 15 p. m.; was met at tho 0ur Rnmo with thorn. Ist by 0 to 3
station by ncointnllteo with motorcars j,ut u,oy hud to work somo to bent us.
After tho gnmo wcro tho Riicsta of tho
Chlneso students of Chicago nnd all
spent tho evening well
Thursday, April 2r At Iho Whlta
Sox grounds nnd met Mr. Comlsk)
and wcro shown about his half million
houso Went through A. G Spalding's
bat factory and sweater works.
nnd escorted lo tho Y. M, C. A. caftv
lerin nnd had lunch. After lunch wcro
"lolcd" about town to seo tho place,
ittuT finally to tho Wcsloynu University
nt University Place. Played at 3 p. m.
and won by I to 3. llenutlful tin).
Had to race for tlio train, running
about six or soicn city blocks for It
l.i' ft Lincoln tl p in, arrived Omaha
nnd had supper; left Omaha for Pa
ildc Junction, arriving there, 10 30 p.
In.; t r,S a. m. caught train for Chi
I'lldaj, April 1'). Chicago at last,
nnd dropped In at 2 25 p. nt. Driven
to our hotel like sardines and nro Htoi
ping at tho Planters, State street. This
is Indeed u largo city and life Is dif
ferent from homo. Ilverybody'a doln
It. Doing what? Well, Just running,
that's all. ItoomltiR on tho tenth
floor, gelling close lo Iho Rood place.
Saturday, April 20. Movod to War.
jicr's Hotel, about thrco miles from
here. Nlcn nlaro nnd much ouletcr
Were Invllcd by tho Chlneso merchants
NEW LIBRARIAN OF
OAHU COLLEGE HERE
Mih Vivien Mm t ' who I.HI.'"
to usHUino the otlke of linni'lui at
lluhii Colli go, urrlvl on tin l.mlliio
Ibis morning nnd will tnko up her nr.v
iluths nt once. She II net'oiniuiilcj
bj her intillipr
Miss Mutkenzle brings tn ho,- new
post an tniumiiill) lurgc exp"rie l-o n
library work Hho Is u Rradu.'te of
Hlran College, l), nml after toniiiUt
Ing Inr studlrH at that pliue, MI-.H
Mai kmIn took u lourso at tho West
21 nt tho offlco of Superintendent
Tho supervising principals, nbout
seventeen In number, will probnbl)
continue their conference for sovernl
dayB. Thoy will discuss and recom
mend lo tho commission certain
nnd changes In tho courses of Btudy, re
nrrniiRement or text booxs, and kin
Tlio Commissioners will havo tho
duty of lining nbout seventy places on
tho Territorial teaching btaff, about
thirty of Ihcso being now positions
and the others vacancies left by In
struclors who nro signing
Tho Torrltory will havo n forco of
about flIO Instructors noxt year. -Clr
cttlar letters, sent nut -iy Superintend
cnt Popo lo tho teachers, asking a do
rlslon as to whether Ihoy will remain
tho ensuing yenr Heplles aro coming
In nnd theso will bo checked up beforo
Iho Commission meets.
lo n dinner nt King Joy l,o, tho bcst'.rrn Htserve l.lbrur Kchool at c'levi-l Hefreslitncnls will bo served in the
WOMEN'S SOCIETY TO
HOLD SOCIAJLE THURSDAY
Tho Women's Society of Cent nil Un
ion Church will bold a socrablo op
inurstiay evening in tho church par,,
tors An nttrncllvo protfrnm dins been
arranged by tho coinmutco. Including
musical numbers bv Mrs. WrlRht, Mrs
Molt-Smlth, Miss Dean nnd Miss Mo
Crnckcn nnd readings uy Miss McDon
icstnuritut In tho Unlled States.
Siintln), AprU 21 Wcro guests of
Iho Cubs and saw them defeat tho
PittshurRS H In 0. Thero must havo
uiiiil Slie toiuiH In re lilglil) riioni
mendtd l the ileitii or that Inutltu-tlon
Miss Miukrnzlo takes lho position
lieen a 20,00(1 c rovvd present, Anyway ' incnttd b i: J Iteete, who left hire
Ihcie was i big crowd. Met Mr. Mur- some tlmu ago In ill health
Parish lltniso nnd n cordial wclcomo Is
extended lo nil.
Ollurs inn jr (Irrulnlo papers but Hip
II ii 1 1 nil n Is mlmlllul Id luiio the
I irgchl rlrciiliitloii.
might seem hardship to some, but when the harm done by calfeine
the drug in coffee is considered, its absonce should be counted a
Another "good thing" is:
the health-beverage, mado from wheat, skillfully roasted to bring out
the delightful flavour and tho food-elements of tho grain.
In making Postum the vital phosphates, placed by Nature up un
der the bran-coat of the wheat, aro carefully retained for rebuilding
worn-out brain and nerve cells.
Postum builds up what coffee tears down, and
I I t.i.M tit w 1 Mlrt f mlZMA
a- wm. J? Xf'
The various .makes of clothing in
this town and the chances arc in
favor of " BENJAMINS."
There is something entirely dif
ferent in these garments not found
in other makes. We guarantee
everv suit that leaves this house.
WE INVITE COMPARISON
-- ,. 3.
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
"There's a Reason"
Sold by Grocers.
Bargains in Veranda Rockers
norin.i: inn in si us iNi) hicks
. Priced from $1 60 lo $4.40
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Young Bid.
eekl bulletin Sf ter v.nr
New Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Garments
Wi: AUU HIIOWJNU J3V1JIIVTIIINO N1JW IN UHAPIIO AND
rno.M ovn own woukuoomh, which havu that nrYi,K anii
MIATNHSH THAT IIAVIJ MAD1J "SACHS" HATS HO 1'Ol'lll.All WITH
am. i.ovi:ns or coon mii.m.n'i:iii:urati; ladies knox hats.
Hoi.n aohnts rou Tim ci:i,i:iiitATi:D
. Ladies' Lingerie Dresses
wi; ni:ci:ivi:i tiiih mohnino s s t.t'iii.iNi: a ni:w mni:
or LiNGtRic pnesscs, which wim. m: .shown nut Tin; rni.s'i
comi'm:tij ni:w mni: or lingerie waists uamii.su in
IMlll'i: I'llOM $1.50 to $7.50.
STYLI8H SUMMER-WEIGHT SERGE COATS 1 ROM 15 to 22 50
'i hi: riM.m and i..iuii:sT h'ltu'K wi: hai: i:i!u i'IH-slsi
i:i "j hi: tjt'Ai.iTV ih aiisoi i'tiii.i tiii: vr.iu iinvi wi. iivm:
i:vi:it hiiown iMtit i:s ruoi $1.50 to $3to i'i:it mid
A I Mint. ASM ill I Ml S'T or Till. I Ti:sT SILK FRINC.CS IS l I
I'OI.ORS IH SOU III. Ml SHOWN VI ot H I.At I. I o Ml I.
FORT AND BERETANIA
SACHS' DRV GOODS CO., Ltd
jjtfjvnaranu wyjt a
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